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Group Theatre of Londonlocked

(act. 1932–1939)
  • Michael J. Sidnell


Group Theatre of London (act. 1932–1939), began as an avant-garde theatre ensemble dedicated to the reform of the English theatre. Over the course of seven years, and under the principal direction of Rupert Doone (1903–1966), it became a collective of poets, directors, actors, composers, and set and costume designers, who produced new and existing works. The best-known play written for the ...

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