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Jonathan Hales Biography (1937-)
Born May 10, 1937, in London, England; son of James Alfred and Dorothy May (Broadbent) Hales; married Mary Jane Cherry (divorced); married Gillian Diamond; children: two sons. Addresses: HOME--117 Canfield Gardens, London NW6, England.
- Birth Details
- May 10, 1937
- London, England
Credits; PRINCIPAL STAGE WORK; DIRECTOR
- The Knight of the Burning Pestle, Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury, U.K., 1966.
- Danton's Death, Galileo, The Three Musketeers, all Phoenix Theatre, Leicester, U.K., 1967-68.
- The Foursome, Royal Court Theatre, then Fortune Theatre, both London, 1971.
- The Lovers of Viorne, Royal Court Theatre, 1971.
- The Centaur, Royal Court Theatre, 1972.
- Brussels, Royal Court Theatre, then Greenwich Theatre, London, 1972.
- The Sea Anchor, Royal Court Theatre, 1974.
- Mrs. Grabowski's Academy, Royal Court Theatre, 1975.
- Judies, Comedy Theatre, London, 1975.
- The Entertainer, Sherman Theatre, Cardiff, Wales, U.K., 1975.
- Epitaph for George Dillon, Young Vic Theatre, London, 1975.
- Old Flames, Bristol, U.K., 1975, then Arts Theatre, London, 1976.
- The Sanctuary Lamp, Abbey Theatre, Dublin, Ireland, 1976.
- The Family Dance, Criterion Theatre, London, 1976.
- Mecca, Open Space Theatre, London, 1977.
- The Morning after Optimism, Abbey Theatre, 1977.
- Wild Oats, Abbey Theatre, 1978.
- (Adaptor) The Three Musketeers, Phoenix Theatre, Leicester, U.K., 1968.
- The Centaur, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1972.
- Brussels, Royal Court Theatre, 1972.
- co-writer, Alice's Boys, Savoy Theatre, London, 1978.
- The Mirror Crack'd, American Film Distributors, 1980.
- High Road to China, Warner Brothers, 1983.
- The Shipkiller.
- The Comic, Places Where They Sing.
- The Chelsea Murders.
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