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David Storey Biography (1933-)
Full name, David Malcolm Storey; born July 13, 1933, in Wakefield, Yorkshire,England; son of Frank Richmond (a coal miner) and Lily (Cartwright) Storey;married Barbara Rudd Hamilton, 1956; children: two sons, two daughters. Addresses: Agent--c/o J. Cape Ltd., Random Century House, 20 Vauxhall Bridge, London SW1V 2SA, England.
- Birth Details
- July 13, 1933
- Wakefield, England
Credits; TELEVISION DIRECTOR
- Director of Portrait of Margaret Evans and Death of My Mother, both 1963.
- The Restoration of Arnold Middleton, Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1966, then Criterion Theatre, London, 1967, published by J.
- Cape, 1967, Samuel French, 1968.
- In Celebration, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1969, then in Los Angeles, 1973, then Arena Stage, Washington, DC, 1973-74, later Sutton East Theatre, New York City, 1977, published by J. Cape, 1969, Grove, 1975.
- The Contractor, Royal Court Theatre, 1969, then Fortune Theatre, London,1970, later Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1971, and Chelsea Manhattan Theatre, New York City, 1973, published by Random House, 1970.
- Home, Royal Court Theatre, 1970, then Morosco Theatre, New York City, 1970-71, published by J. Cape, 1970, Random House, 1971.
- The Changing Room, Royal Court Theatre, 1971, then Long Wharf Theatre, 1972, later Morosco Theatre, 1973, published by Random House, 1972.
- Cromwell, Royal Court Theatre, 1973, then Asolo State Theatre, Sarasota,FL, 1977, and in New York City, 1978, published by J. Cape, 1973.
- The Farm, Royal Court Theatre, 1973, then Folger Theatre Group, Washington, DC, 1974-75, later in New York City, 1976, published by J. Cape, 1973, Samuel French, 1974.
- Life Class, produced in London, 1974, then Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City, 1976, published by J. Cape, 1975.
- Mother's Day, produced in London, 1976, published by J. Cape, 1977.
- Sisters, produced in Manchester, England, 1978, then Boulevard Theatre, London, 1989.
- Early Days, produced in Brighton, England, 1980, then National Theatre, London, 1980, later Eisenhower Theatre, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC, 1981.
- Phoenix, produced in London, 1984, published by Dramatic Publishing (Woodstock, IL), 1993.
- The March on Russia, Lyttelton Theatre, London, 1989, then Cleveland Playhouse, Cleveland, OH, 1989-90, later Chelsea Stage, New York City, 1990, published by Samuel French, 1989.
- Stages, Cottesloe Theatre, London, 1992.
- Author of Night, 1976. Plays have been widely produced in repertory in the United States and Canada.
- This Sporting Life (based on his novel), Continental Distributing, 1963.
- In Celebration (based on his play), American Film Theatre, 1975.
- "Grace," Play for Today, BBC, 1974.
- "Early Days" (based on his play), Great Performances, PBS, 1986.
Writings;OTHER TELEVISION WRITING
- Home (based on his play), PBS, 1971.
- Author of the special The Contractor (based on his play), 1974.
- In Celebration and The Contractor, Penguin, 1971.
- Home with Changing Room and Mother's Day, Penguin, 1979.
- Early Days, Sisters, and Life Class, Penguin, 1980.
- Plays, One, Methuen, 1992.
- This Sporting Life, Macmillan, 1960.
- Flight into Camden, Longmans, Green, 1960, Macmillan, 1961, reprinted, J.Cape, 1982.
- Radcliffe, Longmans, Green, 1963, Coward, 1964.
- Pasmore, Longman, 1972, Dutton, 1974.
- A Temporary Life, Allen Lane, 1973, Dutton, 1974.
- Saville, J. Cape, 1976, Harper, 1977.
- A Prodigal Child, Dutton, 1983.
- Present Times, J. Cape, 1984.
- Edward (children's book), Allen Lane, 1973.
- Author of Storey's Lives: Poems, 1951-1991, 1992. Work represented in anthologies, including Writers on Themselves, BBC Publications, 1964.
- Contemporary Literary Criticism, Gale, Volume 2, 1974, Volume 4, 1975, Volume 5, 1976, Volume 8, 1978.
- Gindin, James, Postwar British Fiction: New Accents and Attitudes, University of California Press, 1962.
- Hayman, Ronald, Playback, Davis-Poynter, 1973.
- Taylor, John Russell, The Second Wave: British Drama for the Seventies,Hill & Wang, 1971.
- Taylor, David Storey, Longman, 1974.
- Contemporary Authors, New Revision Series, Volume 36, Gale, 1992.
- New York Times, August 28, 1977.
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