"The Lost Summer" is a vital and necessary re evaluation of an
era which is in danger of being written off as worthless and
trivial- the era of mid-twentieth century British theatre. Taking
the career of one man, Frith Banbury, and actor/producer/director
who was active throughout this period, Charles Duff revisits many
of the best productions, actors, and playwrights of these years,
recreating significant action both on and off the stage. Banbury
worked with all the luminaries of this time- John Gielgud, Peggy
Ashcroft, Michael Redgrave, and others--and has been an invaluable
source of first-hand knowledge and informed opinion. This book will
alter many mind-sets and provoke many rediscoveries.
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