Nigel Hawthorne on Stage
University of Hertfordshire Press, Apr 27, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 380 pages
Presenting a fresh look at postwar theater, this study of the late Sir Nigel Hawthorne’s 50-year career in the theater focuses on the personal journey of one of Britain’s finest actors. Providing detailed analysis of Hawthorne's stage work, this authorized biography is illuminated and enriched by personal insights derived from Hawthorne's own memories and those of his colleagues. Broad discussions about Hawthorne's personal development as well as the direction stage acting took in the 20th century are integrated with details about the actor's extensive career.
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The Journey 19291974
Libretto of HMS Pinafore bearing twelveyearold Nigels signature
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