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This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible. Therefore, you will…

Ways And Means

by Noel Coward

|November 19, 2010

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Comedy Chararcters: 5 male, 4 female Interior set One of the "Tonight at 8:30" series produced in London and New York. In a bedroom in Mrs. Lloyd Ransome's fabulous villa on the Cote d'Azur are heiress Stella Cartwright and her husband, a gambler. They are…
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This one-volume edition contains the complete collection of Coward's twenty short stories, spanning fifty years of his working life. Written with Coward's inimitable poise and wit, the stories variously describe back-stage intrigues, Hollywood champagne…
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Filled with languid aristocrats trading witticisms as they wait for martinis, this collection of three Noel Coward plays encapsulates the qualities that made him one of the most popular playwrights of the 1930s and '40s and one of the great personalities of the…

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The Seventh volume in the Coward Collection. On Quadrille : "Miss Fontanne plays the madcap Marchioness with the crackle and sheen of a five-pound note. Her eyes mock marvelously, her voice cuts like a knife into a wedding cake, and the scene in Act Three, on the…

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The eighth volume in the Coward Collection includes I'll Leave It To You and The Young Idea , the first of Coward's plays ever to be produced. These were, as he said, "enthusiastically acclaimed by the critics and ran five weeks and eight weeks respectively. In…

Blithe Spirit

by Edgar Small

|March 26, 2010

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Edgar Small is not the first actor who became an agent, but he may be the first agent who returned to acting after spending forty years as a producer and agent. This intimate connection with both sides of the agent's desk gives Mr. Small an unusually…

Sail Away

by Noel Coward

|June 1, 2015

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The definitive account, in his own words, of one of the most popular figures in British theatre. The second and concluding volume of No¿l Coward's legendary autobiography includes Future Indefinite and the unfinished Past Unconditional . With his trademark wit,…

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This first volume in the Coward Collection contains four plays written within a two year period when Coward and the century were still in their 20s. The volume is introduced by Sheridan Morley, Coward's first biographer. Hay Fever , a comedy of bad manners,…

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Philip Hoare, in his biography of Coward described Semi-Monde as his "most daring play to date. In a chic Parisian hotel, a series of sexual pairings take place through rendezvous, arguments, infidelities and reconciliations: sexual deviance is undisguised...set…