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Terence Rattigan

Sir Terence Rattigan was one of the most popular English 20th-century dramatists. His first play, First Episode, was produced in 1934; his best-known later works include After the Dance, Flare Path, The Browning Version and The Deep Blue Sea. Many of his plays have been adapted for film, and are frequently revived. He also served as an RAF tail gunner in WWII.

First Episode
Love in Idleness/Less Than Kind
Who is Sylvia? and Duologue
Rattigan's Nijinsky
Flare Path
Cause Célèbre
French Without Tears
After the Dance
The Deep Blue Sea
Separate Tables
In Praise of Love
The Winslow Boy

Ambreen Razia

Ambreen Razia is an actress and writer from South London. Her plays include: Favour (Bush Theatre, London, 2022); POT (UK tour, 2018); and The Diary of a Hounslow Girl (Ovalhouse, London, 2015, and UK tour).

She wrote and performed in Hounslow Diaries, a BBC television adaptation of The Diary of a Hounslow Girl, premiered on BBC Three in 2018.


Lauryn Redding

Lauryn Redding is an actor and writer. Her gig musical, Bloody Elle, which she wrote and performed, was staged at the Royal Exchange, Manchester, in 2021. (Author photo by YellowBellyPhoto).

Lauryn Redding
Bloody Elle

Katie Redford

Katie Redford is a writer and actor from Nottingham.

She won the BAFTA Rocliffe New Writing Competition for TV Comedy in 2019, and is a BBC Comedy Writersroom alumni. She also co-wrote, performed in and produced the award-winning short film Ghosted, starring Alison Steadman.

Her plays for the stage include Tapped (Theatre503, London, 2022).


Morna Regan

Morna Regan is a playwright, originally from Derry City, Northern Ireland. Before starting to write, she worked as an actor for many years.

The House Keeper

Alvin H. Reiss

Alvin H. Reiss is editor and publisher of Arts Management Newsletter, and lectures and consults with arts organisations throughout the world.

Don't Just Applaud, Send Money!

James Reston Jr.

James Reston, Jr., is an American author and journalist. His works of both fiction and non-fiction cover mostly historical and political topics. He was awarded the Prix Italia and the Dupont-Columbia Award for his 1983 90-minute radio documentary on National Public Radio, Father Cares: the Last of Jonestown. Three of his works, Galileo: A Life, The Last Apocalypse, and Warriors of God, have been translated into ten foreign languages. Warriors of God and Collision at Home Plate have been optioned by Hollywood.

Reston's articles have appeared in The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, Time, The New York Times Magazine, George, Esquire, American Theatre, Playboy, and Rolling Stone.

Coming to Terms: American Plays & the Vietnam War