Whiting: Plays Two

Whiting: Plays Two : Marching Song/the Gates of Summer/No Why/a Walk in the Desert/the Devils/Noman/the Nomads

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The Gates of Summer is a comedy set in and about a country house in Greece immediately before the First World War. The Devils was commissioned by Sir Peter Hall and produced at the Aldwych in 1961 with Dorothy Tutin and Diana Rigg. Marching Song and A Walk in the Desert were both adapted for television.
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  • Paperback | 400 pages
  • 130 x 208 x 24mm | 519.99g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1840020512
  • 9781840020519
  • 1,689,714

About John Whiting

John Whiting was born in Salisbury, and studied at RADA. After serving in the Royal Artillery in World War II he resumed his acting career before emerging as a dramatist. Saint's Day (1951) gained recognition for his talent although it was not a popular success. It was followed by A Penny for a Song (1951) and Marching Song (1954). Other works include a dramatization of Aldous Huxley's The Devils of Loudon for the RSC (1961).
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