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James Saunders Biography (1925-)
Born January 8, 1925, in London, England; son of Walter Percival and Dorcas Geraldine (Warren) Saunders; married Audrey Cross, 1951; children: three. Addresses: AGENT--c/o Margaret Ramsay, Ltd., 14-A Goodwin's Court, St. Martin's Lane, London WC2 4LL, England.
- Birth Details
- January 8, 1925
- London, England
- Moonshine, first produced in London, 1955.
- Alas, Poor Fred, Theatre-in-the-Round, Scarborough, U.K., 1959, then produced in London, 1966, published by Studio Theatre, 1960.
- A Slight Accident, Nottingham Playhouse, Nottingham, U.K., 1961, then produced in London, 1971.
- Next Time I'll Sing to You, Questors Theatre, London, 1962, then PhoenixTheatre, New York City, 1963, revised version produced at the New Arts Theatre, then Criterion Theatre, both London, 1969, published by Andre Deutsch, 1963.
- The Pedagogue, Questors Theatre, 1964.
- Neighbours, Questors Theatre, 1964, published in "Neighbours" and Other Plays, Andre Deutsch, 1968.
- A Scent of Flowers, Duke of York's Theatre, London, 1964, then MartinqueTheatre, New York City, 1969, published by Andre Deutsch, 1965.
- The Borage Pigeon Affair, Questors Theatre, 1969, published by Andre Deutsch, 1970.
- Savoury Meringue, Almost Free Theatre, London, 1971, published in "Savoury Meringue and Other Plays," Amber Lane, 1980.
- Games and After Liverpool, both first produced in Edinburgh, Scotland, then in London, 1971, published in "Games" and "After Liverpool," Samuel French, Inc., 1973.
- Squat, Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond, U.K., 1973.
- The Island, Questors Theatre, 1975.
- Mrs. Scout and the Future of Western Civilisation, Orange Tree Theatre, 1976.
- Bodies, Orange Tree Theatre, 1977, then Ambassadors' Theatre, London, 1979, later Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1981, published by Amber Lane, 1979.
- Birdsong, Orange Tree Theatre, 1979.
- Fall, first produced in London, 1981.
- Emperor Waltz, first produced in London, 1983.
- Scandella, first produced in London, 1985.
- Also The Ark, 1959; Committal, Barnstable, and Return to a City, all 1960; Who Was Hilary Maconochie?, 1963; (co-author) The Italian Girl, 1968; A Man's Best Friend, Haven, and The Travails of Sancho Panza, all 1969; Hans Kohlhaas, 1972; Bye Bye Blues, 1973, published in "Bye Bye Blues" and Other Plays,Amber Lane, 1980; (co-author) A Journey to London, 1975; Random Moments in aMay Garden, 1980.
- The Sailor's Return, Osprey, 1978.
- Bloomers, BBC, 1979.
- Watch Me, I'm a Bird, Granada, 1964.
- Plastic People, London Weekend Television, 1969.
- Random Moments in a May Garden, BBC Radio 3, 1973.
- Nothing to Declare, BBC Radio 3, 1982.
- The Flower Case, BBC Radio 4, 1982.
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