List of Billboard number-one adult contemporary hits. Dewey Phillips at WHBQ (Photo courtesy "And the Hits Just Keep On Coming: The History of Top 40 Radio" by Ben Fong-Torres). Greatest Fine Art Photographers (present): Best Cameramen of the Modern Era. The Bibliography includes selected publications which discuss and/or reproduce the artist’s work. Entries are listed alphabetically. 65 Thompson 65 Thompson.
It was then revived time after time, becoming one of the most successful plays of the s. Not only did Kane produce a body of work which constantly challenged the restraints of form , but she also worked hard at teaching other writers. With a back catalogue which includes the much revived Dealing with Clair Orange Tree, , he's also a firm fav with students.A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z A Abuse One of the characteristic in-yer-face themes of s theatre.
Stephens, Simon Stockport-raised Stephens b writes precisely and lyrically about hope, honesty and humour, as well as brutality and despair. Dewey Phillips at WHBQ (Photo courtesy "And the Hits Just Keep On Coming: The History of Top 40 Radio" by Ben Fong-Torres).
Longest ever artistic director of the Royal Court theatre , he then set up Out of Joint theatre company and directed the work of new writers such as Mark Ravenhill and Simon Bennett as well as older hands such as April de Angelis and Sebastian Barry.
Mojo Powerfully written play about a gang of motormouthing crims by Jez Butterworth , its Royal Court debut, directed by Ian Rickson , in July was hyped as the first time since John Osborne's Look Back in Anger that a first play had leapt straight onto the main stage. 65 Thompson 65 Thompson.
The Bibliography includes selected publications which discuss and/or reproduce the artist’s work. In keeping with the unideological character. Thorn e, Jack Master of the bruising encounter. Well, I do love sensation on stage, don't I?
In Stephens's work, a cool British noir sensibility meets a warmly redemptive humanism. Writes with a stunning mix of wild hilarity and incisive intelligence. List of Billboard number-one adult contemporary hits.
Her Woman and Scarecrow Royal Court, was fearsomely brill. Jones, Charlotte Actress turned writer. His trademark is sizzling dialogue and a streetwise ear for cultural conflict.
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Traverse theatre Powerhouse of new drama in Edinburgh. Both pieces took death as a central theme, but were more about the difficulties of talking. Stenham, Polly Playwright b They introduced fashionable London audiences - you get jostled by a better class of person here - to some obscure corners of the European and American repertoire. When Michael Boyd took over as artistic director from Adrian Noble in , this part of the company's mission got a renewed boost, and several younger playwrights have been encouraged to write new plays as responses to the work of Shakespeare.
On the negative side, her writing tends to be a little too well mannered for its own good. What really happened is that when many young writers abandoned the heavily ideological and cumbersome state-of-the-nation plays, they focused their political feelings on more private scenarios , without any dilution of their anger or their radicalism.
Vincent River opened at the Hampstead in , and recent work includes his brilliant shocker Mercury Fur Paines Plough , and the superb Leaves of Glass Soho, Sadly, we've lost her to Hollywood. Brown, Ian Artistic director of the Traverse , Edinburgh, between and , who based his policy on two strands: Really hot, hot, hot.
Although his work seems to be part of the great British tradition of naturalism, actually it's more in the style of poetic realism.
What could that be? Unlike the state-of-the-nation writers of the s or the feminist writers of the s, the latest new wave has focused less on big political statements and more on the politics of everyday life. Brown's successors, Philip Howard since and Dominic Hill since , have sought to balance local talent with the best new plays from abroad, including England. Her long and impressive list of plays starts with Helen and Her Friends , and carries on up to today. Over the years, he has directed more than 30 shows at that venue, his spiritual home.
Active member of the Monsterists: After retiring from the Bush, he wrote his autobiography, The Reluctant Escapologist: Barry has successfully mined his family history for material which he has dramatised to great effect.
Dealer's Choice National, and Closer National, , with the latter becoming an almost legendary event, discussed in countless newspaper columns.
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Hosts black and Asian groups, and has an especially lively audience. Responsible for Stacy Arcola, , one of the most excruciating plays in the best possible sense of the new millennium.
Shame the fest is now defunct. His follow up, The Straits Traverse, , looked at four Gibraltar teenagers during the Falklands War of , and provided a powerful metaphor for Britain's role in the War on Terror.
Six of his plays have been staged by the Bush: In , the new artistic director, Kerry Michael, took over. For example, his debut, My Child Royal Court, , was set in a claustrophobic tunnel which was half tube train and half trendy bar.
In her short career, she also made a handful of wonderfully perceptive comments on new writing. A classic ' lads play ', it put its stamp on a whole genre. In fact, one of the great things about it is that it's not very Welsh if you see what I mean: Some audience members found its scene of forced feeding simply too in-yer-face.
Since Nicholas Hytner became artistic director of the National, its new writing record has improved, although too many new works are boring history plays. Entries are listed alphabetically.
Controversially, she wants to run a new-writing theatre without a literary manager. One recurring theme is the way that childhood injustice results in adult vengefulness.
His Cruel and Tender Young Vic, , adapted from Sophocles's The Women of Trachis , shows that you can talk about terrorism without resorting to verbatim theatre.
Shinn, Christopher American playwright b who produces some of the most thoughtful and engagingly slow-burning work to appear on British stages. Butterworth, Jez Butterworth is an often reclusive playwright b whose exhilarating first play, Mojo Royal Court, , had a huge impact , and soon became a contemporary classic.