|Statement||by Raymond Mander and Joe Mitchenson ; with an appreciation of Coward"s work in the theatre by Terence Rattigan.|
|Contributions||Mitchenson, Joe., Rattigan, Terence.|
Get this from a library! Theatrical companion to Coward: a pictorial record of the theatrical works of Noël Coward. [Raymond Mander; Joe Mitchenson]. Theatrical companion to Coward; a pictorial record of the first performances of the theatrical works of Noël Coward Item Preview remove-circle Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files. IN COLLECTIONS. Books to Borrow. Books for People with Print : ** *THEATRICAL COMPANION TO NOEL COWARD A Pictorial Record of the First Performances of the Theatrical Works of Noel Coward. By Mander Raymond & Joe Mitchenson- with an appreciation of Coward's work in the theatre by Terence Rattigan. The Macmillan Compa Book Edition: Not Indicated. I'll Leave It to You is a play by Noël wrote it in , when he was a and it was produced in Manchester and then the West End of London in Described as "a light comedy in three acts", the play portrays an uncle's successful stratagem to provoke his idle nieces and nephews into working hard and making careers for themselves.
Mander (left) and Mitchenson (standing) with Noël Coward looking at the Theatrical Companion to Coward Raymond Mander (15 July – 27 December ) and Joe Mitchenson (4 October – 7 October ) were theatre historians and joint founders of a large collection of theatrical memorabilia. Theatrical Companion To Coward. Shipping costs are based on books weighing LB, or 1 KG. If your book order is heavy or oversized, we may contact you to let you know extra shipping is required. Any book over $ must be sent UPS or Priority Mail. Close. More from this seller. Book is very good with some offsetting to flyleafs. Interior is otherwise clean and unmarked. No names, writing, etc. Spine straight, corners sharp. Dust jacket is very good with moderate edge wear/small tears along top edge and corners. A very good copy of this classic collection signed by Noel Coward. pages. Having co-authored My Life with Noel Coward with Graham Payn, he edited Coward's Revue Sketches and Parodies, co-edited the revised Theatrical Companion to Coward and edited and annotate the Complete Lyrics. He then edited The Unknown Noel, a collection of previously unpublished material from the Coward Archive.4/5(2).
Buy Theatrical companion to Coward: A pictorial record of the first performances of the theatrical works of Noël Coward First Edition. Hardback. No Dust Jacket. by Mander, Raymond (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(3). The monumental Theatrical Companion to Coward, four interesting biographies, the Autobiographies, the Diaries and now the Letters mean that we know as much about him as he did about himself. Present Laughter is a comic play written by Noël Coward in but not produced until because the Second World War began while it was in rehearsal, and the British theatres closed. The title is drawn from a song in Shakespeare's Twelfth Night that urges carpe diem ("present mirth hath present laughter"). The play has been frequently revived in Britain, Author: Noel Coward. Very disappointing! Having read both of Coward's autobiographies, his "Middle East Diary," his post-war diaries (of which Payn was a co-editor), "The Letters of Noel Coward" brilliantly edited by Barry Day (co-author of this book), AND finally "Remembered Laughter" by Coward's long-time secretary and companion Cole Lesley, I was expecting/hoping Graham Payn's book would /5.