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Ann Jellicoe

(b. 1927)


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(1927– ),

playwright and director, trained as an actress at the Central School of Speech and Drama. She was associated for some years with the English Stage Company, which in 1958 put on the play that made her name, The Sport of My Mad Mother, an experimental drama about a London street gang. This was followed by The Knack (1962) and Shelley (1965).

Subjects: Literature — Theatre.


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