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Doug Lucie Biography (1953-)
Born December 15, 1953, in Chessington, Surrey, England. Addresses: Agent--Michael Imison Playwrights, 28 Almeida St., London N1 1TD, England.
- Birth Details
- December 15, 1953
- Chessington, Surrey, England
Credits; STAGE DIRECTOR
- Director of Rough Trade (also see below), produced in Oxford, England, 1977; We Love You (also see below), produced in London, 1978; Oh Well (also seebelow), Oxford, 1978; Heroes (also see below), Edinburgh, Scotland, and London, both 1979; and Poison (also see below), Edinburgh, 1980.
Credits; STAGE APPEARANCES
- Appeared in We Love You (also see below), produced in London, 1978; and Oh Well (also see below), Oxford, England, 1978.
- Strangers in the Night, New End Theatre, London, 1981.
- Hard Feelings, Oxford Playhouse, Oxford, England, 1982, then Bush Theatre, London, 1983, later Bridge Lane Theatre, London, 1985, and DOC Theatre Club, London, 1989, published with Progress, Methuen, 1985.
- Progress, Lyric Hammersmith Theatre, London, then Bush Theatre, both 1984, later Long Wharf Theatre Stage II, New Haven, CT, 1986, and Hudson Guild Theatre, New York City, 1990, published with Hard Feelings, Methuen, 1986.
- The Key to the World, Haymarket Theatre, Leicester, England, then Lyric Studio Theatre, London, both 1984.
- Force and Hypocrisy (based on the book Jack the Ripper: The Final Solution by Stephen Knight), Young Vic Theatre, London, 1986.
- Fashion, Royal Shakespeare Company, The Other Place, Stratford-on-Avon, England, 1987, then The Pit, London, 1988, later Tricycle Theatre, London, 1990.
- Doing the Business, Royal Court Theatre Main Stage, London, 1990.
- Other plays include John Clare's Mad, Nuncle, produced in Edinburgh, Scotland, 1975; Rough Trade, Oxford, England, 1977; The New Garbo, Hull, England,and London, both 1978; We Love You, London, 1978; Oh Well, Oxford, 1978; Heroes, Edinburgh and London, both 1979; Fear of the Dark, London, 1980; and Poison, Edinburgh, 1980.
- Author of A Class of His Own, 1984; and (with Nigel Planer) Funseekers, 1987.
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