Peter GILL

Biography

Gender Male
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Birthdate 1939-09-07
Education St Illtyd's Coll Cardiff
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Style Peter Gill, Esq, OBE
Career dramatic author and director; actor 1957-65; directed first prodn A Collier's Friday Night at the Royal Court 1965; plays directed incl: The Local Stigmatic 1966, Crimes of Passion 1967, The Daughter-in-Law 1967 (first prize Belgrade Int Theatre Festival 1968), The Widowing of Mrs Holroyd 1968, The Duchess of Malfi 1971, Twelfth Night 1974, As You Like It 1975, The Fool 1975, The Way of the World 1992, New England 1994, Uncle Vanya 1995, A Patriot for Me 1995; assoc artistic dir Royal Court Theatre 1970-72; dir Riverside Studios 1976-80; prodns: The Cherry Orchard (own version), The Changeling 1978, Measure for Measure 1979, Julius Caesar 1980; appointed assoc dir Nat Theatre 1980-97; prodns: A Month in the Country 1981, Don Juan 1981, Major Barbara 1982, Tales from Hollywood 1983, Venice Preserv'd 1984, Fool for Love 1984, The Garden of England 1985, The Murderers 1985, Mrs Klein 1988, Juno and The Paycock 1989; dir Nat Theatre Studio 1984-90; wrote and produced: The Sleepers Den 1966 and 1969, Over Garden's Out 1969, A Provincial Life (after Chekov) 1969, Small Change 1976 and 1983, As I Lay Dying (after Faulkner) 1985, In The Blue 1985, Mean Tears 1987, Cardiff East 1996; other plays incl: Three Sisters (new version) 1997, Friendly Fire 1999, The Seagull (RSC) 1999, The York Realist 2000 (also at Royal Court 2002), Original Sin (After Wedekind) 2002; other prodns incl: Tongue of the Bird, Ellen McLauglain (Almeida) 1997, Certain Young Men (Almeida) 1999, Speed the Plow (Ambassador's) 1999, Luther (RNT) 2001, Scenes From the Big Picture (RNT) 2003, Days of Wine and Roses (Donmar), George Dillon (Comedy Theatre) 2005, The Voysey Inheritance (RNT) 2006, Look Back in Anger (Bath) 2006
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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