Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
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Patrick Garland Biography (1935-)
Born April 10, 1935; son of Ewart and Rosalind Garland; married Alexandra Bastedo, 1980. Addresses: Contact--c/o Sinclair-Stevenson, Michelin House, 81 Fulham Rd., London SW3 6RB, England.
Credits; STAGE DIRECTOR
- Brief Lives, West End Theatre, London, 1967.
- 40 Years On, West End Theatre, 1968.
- Brief Lives, John Golden Theatre, New York City, 1968, then produced in London, 1969.
- Getting On, West End Theatre, 1970.
- Cyrano, National Theatre, London, 1970.
- Cyrano, West End Theatre, 1971.
- A Doll's House, Playhouse Theatre, New York City, 1971.
- Hedda Gabler, Playhouse Theatre, 1971.
- Brief Lives, Booth Theatre, New York City, 1974.
- Murder in the Cathedral, Chichester Cathedral, Chichester, 1977.
- Under the Greenwood Tree, West End Theatre, 1978.
- Look after Lulu, West End Theatre, then produced in Chichester, both 1978.
- Beecham, West End Theatre, 1980.
- My Fair Lady, Saenger Performing Arts Center, New Orleans, LA, 1980- 81.
- My Fair Lady, Uris Theatre, London, 1981.
- The Cherry Orchard, Chichester Festival Theatre, 1981.
- The Mitford Girls, Chichester Festival Theatre, then produced in London,both 1981.
- On the Rocks, Chichester Festival Theatre, 1982.
- Cavell, Chichester Festival Theatre, 1982.
- Goodbye, Mr. Chips, Chichester Festival Theatre, 1982.
- As You Like It, Chichester Festival Theatre, 1983.
- Forty Years On, Chichester Festival Theatre, 1984.
- Merchant of Venice, Chichester Festival Theatre, 1984.
- Kipling, Mermaid Theatre, London, then Royale Theatre, New York City, 1984.
- Canaries Sometimes Sing, Albery Theatre, London, 1987.
- The Secret of Sherlock Holmes, Wyndham's Theatre, London, 1988.
- Song in the Night, Lyric Theatre-Hammersmith, London, 1989.
- A Room of One's Own, Lamb's Theatre, Hampstead, England, 1989, then produced in New York City, 1991.
- Tovarich, produced in Picadilly, then Chichester Festival Theatre, both 1991.
- Vita and Virginia, Ambassadors' Theatre, London, 1993.
- Director of plays produced in London, including The Stiffkey Scandals of1932, 1969; Kilvert and His Diary and Mad Dog, both 1973; Billy, 1974; The Apple Cart, then produced in Australia, both 1977; Shut Your Eyes and Think ofEngland, 1977; Waters of the Moon, 1978; and Pickwick, 1993; plays produced in Chichester, including Enemy of the People, 1975; Signed and Sealed, 1976; MPerrichon's Travels, 1976; and Victory (adapted from The Dynasts by Thomas Hardy), 1989; and other plays, including Hair, produced in Tel Aviv, Israel, 1972; The Man Trap, produced in Cheltenham, England, 1972; The Doll's House, produced in New York City, then produced in London, both 1975; The Dressmaker,produced in Windsor, Ontario, 1990; and York Mystery Plays, 1980.
Credits; MAJOR TOURS
- Director, The Dressmaker, North American cities, 1990.
Credits; STAGE PRODUCER
- Fanfare for Elizabeth, the Queen's 60th Birthday Gala, Covent Garden, England, 1986.
- Celebration of a Broadcaster, for Richard Dimbleby Cancer Fund, Westminster Abbey, England, 1986.
- Also producer of Thanksgiving Service for Lord Olivier, 1989.
Credits; FILM DIRECTOR
- A Doll's House, Paramount, 1973.
Credits; TELEVISION DIRECTOR; MOVIES
- "The Snow Goose," Hallmark Hall of Fame, NBC, 1971.
- "A Room of One's Own," Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1991.
Credits; OTHER TELEVISION WORK
- Executive producer, "Scoop," Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1990.
- Director of television series On the Margin.
- The Rebel (a dramatic anthology), Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford, England, 1964.
- (Adaptor) Brief Lives (based on the works of John Aubrey), John Golden Theatre, New York City, 1967.
- (Adaptor) Cyrano (based on the play Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand), National Theatre, London, 1970.
- (Adaptor) A Room of One's Own (based on the novel by Virginia Woolf), Lamb's Theatre, Hampstead, England, 1989, then produced in New York City, 1991.
- Also author of Underneath the Arches and Prince of Wales, both produced 1982-83.
- Author of The Hard Case and Flow Gently, Sweet Afton.
- Author of The Great Illusion.
- The Wings of the Morning (novel), Bantam, 1990.
- Oswald the Owl (children's book), Sinclair-Stevenson, 1990, illustrationsby Nicola Green, Trafalgar Square, 1991.
- Contributor of poetry to London Magazine, New Poems, Poetry West, and Encounter. Contributor of short stories to Transatlantic Review, England Ersahlt, Gemini, and Light Blue Dark Blue.
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