Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
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Steve Gooch Biography (1945-)
Born July 22, 1945, in Surrey, England. Addresses: AGENT--c/o MargaretRamsay, Ltd., 14-A Goodwin's Court, London WC2N 4LL, England.
- Birth Details
- July 22, 1945
- Surrey, England
Credits; PRINCIPAL STAGE WORK
- Director, Night Shift, Theatre Venture, 1983.
- Also directed plays by Writer's Workshop and West London Theatre Workshopstudents.
- (Adaptor) Great Expectations, Liverpool Playhouse, Liverpool, U.K., 1970.
- (translator) Man Is Man, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1971.
- (translator) Big Wolf, Royal Court Theatre, 1972, published by Davis Poynter, 1972.
- (translator) The Mother, Half Moon Theatre, London, 1972, published by Eyre Methuen, 1978.
- (translator) It's All for the Best, Victoria Theatre, Stoke-on- Trent, U.K., 1972.
- Will Wat: If Not, What Will, Half Moon Theatre, 1972, published by PlutoPress, 1975.
- Nick, Northcott Theatre, Exeter, U.K., 1972.
- Dick, Half Moon Theatre, 1973.
- Female Transport, Half Moon Theatre, 1973, then New York City, 1976, published by Pluto Press, 1975.
- (with Paul Thompson) The Motor Show, Dagenham, U.K., then Half Moon Theatre, 1974, published by Pluto Press, 1975.
- (translator) Cock-Artist, Almost Free Theatre, London, 1974, published inGambit 39-40, John Calder, 1979.
- (with Frank McDermott) Strike '26, Popular Theatre, tour of U.K.
- cities, 1975.
- (with Thompson) Made in Britain, Oxford Playhouse, Oxford, U.K., 1976.
- Our Land, Our Lives, 7:84 Touring Theatre Company, U.K. cities, 1976.
- Back Street Romeo, Half Moon Theatre, 1977.
- (translator) Rosie, Half Moon Theatre, 1977.
- The Women-Pirates Ann Bonney and Mary Read, Royal Shakespeare Company, Aldwych Theatre, London, 1978, published by Pluto Press, 1978.
- Floatsam, published in Gambit 39-40, John Caler, 1979.
- Landmark, Essex University, Essex, U.K., 1980, published by Theatre Action Press, 1980.
- Fast One, produced and published by Solent People's Theatre, 1982.
- (adaptor) Fuente Oeujuna, Theatre Venture, Tom Allen Centre, London, 1982.
- Taking Liberties, Theatre Venture, 1984.
- Good for You, Phoenix Theatre, Leicester, U.K., 1985.
- Mister Fun, Metro Theatre Company, tour of U.K. cities, 1986.
- Star Turns, Warehouse Theatre, Croyden, U.K., 1987.
- Also wrote How the Peace Was Lost, Passed On, What Brothers Are For, In the Club, and translated Home Work, Trumpets and Drums, Public Relations, Future Perfect.
Writings;RADIO PLAYS; TRANSLATOR
- The Kiosk, 1970.
- Delinquent, 1978.
- Santis, 1980.
- If It's What They Want, 1984.
- Bill of Health, 1987.
- The Women-Pirates Ann Bonney and Mary Read, Thames, 1974.
- (Translator) Wolf Biermann: Poems and Ballads, Pluto Press, 1977.
- (translator) Wallraff: The Undesirable Journalist, Pluto Press, 1978.
- All Together Now, Eyre Methuen, 1984.
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