Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
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Joyce Redman Biography (1918-)
Born in 1918, in County Mayo, Ireland; married Charles Wynne Roberts. Addresses: AGENT--International Creative Management, 22 Grafton Street, London W1, England.
- Birth Details
- County Mayo, Ireland
- STAGE DEBUT--First Tiger Lilly, Alice through the Looking Glass, Playhouse Theatre, London, 1935.
- BROADWAY DEBUT--Doll Tearsheet, Henry IV, Part II, Century Theatre, 1946.
Credits; PRINCIPAL STAGE APPEARANCES
- Mrs. Cricket, The Insect Play, Little Theatre, London, 1936, then Playhouse Theatre, London, 1938.
- title role, Lady Precious Stream, Little Theatre, 1936.
- Katherine Carew, The King's Pirate, St. Martin's Theatre, London, 1937.
- Suzanne, Thou Shalt Not ..., Playhouse Theatre, 1938.
- Hsiang Fei, The Fragrant Concubine, Little Theatre, 1938.
- Hung Niang, The Western Chamber, Torch Theatre, London, 1938.
- Alice, Alice in Wonderland, Queen's Theatre, London, 1938.
- Emanuelle, Asmodee, Gate Theatre, London, 1939.
- title role, Lady Precious Stream, Kingsway Theatre, London, 1939.
- Essie, The Devil's Disciple, Piccadilly Theatre, London, 1940.
- Maria, Twelfth Night, Arts Theatre, London, 1942.
- Rose, Lottie Dundass, Wimbledon Theatre, London, 1942.
- Roberta, The House of Jeffreys, Orpheum Theatre, London, 1942.
- Wendy, Peter Pan, Winter Garden Theatre, U.K., 1942.
- Brigid, Shadow and Substance, Duke of York's Theatre, London, 1943.
- title role, Claudia, St. Martin's Theatre, 1943.
- Solveig, Peer Gynt, Louka, Arms and the Man, Lady Anne, Richard III, Sonya, Uncle Vanya, all Old Vic Company, New Theatre, London, 1944.
- Doll Tearsheet, Henry IV, Part II, Jocasta's attendant, Oedipus Rex, confidante, The Critic, all Old Vic Company, New Theatre, 1945-46.
- Cordelia, King Lear, Dol Common, The Alchemist, both Old Vic Company, NewTheatre, 1946-47.
- Valentine North, Angel, Strand Theatre, London, 1947.
- Abigail Sarclet, Duet for Two Hands, Booth Theatre, New York City, 1947.
- Jessica, Crime and Passionnel, Lyric Hammersmith Theatre, then Garrick Theatre, both London, 1948.
- Anne Boleyn, Anne of the Thousand Days, Shubert Theatre, New York City, 1948.
- Gay Butterworth, Count Your Blessings, Wyndham's Theatre, 1951.
- title role, Colombe, New Theatre, 1951.
- Irene Elliott, Affairs of State, Cambridge Theatre, London, 1952.
- Helena, Alls Well That Ends Well, Mistress Ford, The Merry Wives of Windsor, both Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, Stratford-on-Avon, U.K., 1955.
- Fay Edwards, The Long Echo, St. James Theatre, London, 1956.
- Frances Brough, The Party, New Theatre, 1958.
- Hippolyte, The Rape of the Belt, Martin Beck Theatre, New York City, 1960.
- Hedda Rankin, The Irregular Verb to Love, Criterion Theatre, London, 1961.
- Therese, Power of Persuasion, Garrick Theatre, 1963.
- Laura, The Father, Piccadilly Theatre, 1964.
- Emilia, Othello, Crispinella, The Dutch Courtesan, both National TheatreCompany, Old Vic Theatre, London, then Chichester Festival, Chichester, U.K.,both 1964.
- Elizabeth Proctor, The Crucible, Mrs. Frail, Love for Love, both NationalTheatre Company, Old Vic Theatre, 1965.
- Juno Boyle, Juno and the Paycock, Mrs. Frail, Love for Love, both National Theatre Company, Old Vic Theatre, then Queen's Theatre, London, both 1966.
- Vivian Fairleigh, The Lionel Touch, three roles, Plaza Suite, both LyricTheatre, London, 1969.
- Estelle, Dear Antoine, Chichester Festival, 1971.
- mistress, The Fruits of Enlightenment, Mrs. Von Aigner, Undiscovered Country, both Olivier Theatre, London, 1979.
- Also appeared as Laura, Drawing Room, Streatham Hill, U.K. 1939; Titania,A Midsummer Night's Dream, Old Vic Company, London, 1957.
Credits; MAJOR TOURS
- Laura, Drawing Room, U.K. cities, 1939.
- title role, Claudia, U.K. cities, 1943.
- appeared with the Old Vic Company at the Comedie Francaise, Paris, France, 1945.
- Emilia, Othello, Mrs. Frail, Love for Love, both with the National Theatre Company, Moscow, U.S.S.R., and Berlin, East Germany, 1965.
Credits; PRINCIPAL FILM APPEARANCES
- Tom Jones, Lopert, 1963.
- Prudence and the Pill, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1968.
- Othello, Warner Brothers, 1966.
Credits; PRINCIPAL TELEVISION APPEARANCES
- Magliorie, Les Miserables, CBS, 1978.
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