William Archibald (playwright)
William Archibald (7 March 1917 – 27 December 1970) was a Trinidadian-born playwright, dancer, choreographer and director, whose stage adaptation of Henry James' The Turn of the Screw was made into the 1961 British horror film The Innocents.

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William Archibald, Writer: The Innocents. William Archibald was born on March 7, 1917 in Trinidad, British West Indies as John William Wharton Archibald.
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Top to bottom, left to right are actor Michael Powell, director William Archibald, actress Maya Kenin, lighting designer Chuck Golden, and author Lance Wilson.
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William Archibald, Writer: The Innocents. William Archibald was born on March 7, 1917 in Trinidad, British West Indies as John William Wharton Archibald.
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Feb 14, 2011 ... Playwrights involved in the movement include Ed Bullins, Langston ... in competition with plays by Tennessee Williams, Archibald McLeish, and ...
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Paul Green, Playwright of the Real South
John Herbert Roper, 2003
The Buies Creek bottomland where the Greenes set their stake was originally called Neill's Creek, and William Archibald's father and grandfather each owned at least ten slaves and at least three thousand acres there. Such holdings put them ...
A History of African American Theatre
Errol G. Hill, James V. Hatch, 2003
Over the next twelve years Archibald had four of his plays staged in New York theatres, as well as an opera, Far ... William Archibald was one of the first Caribbean playwrights to have produced on American boards a number of straight plays ...
Jerome Robbins: His Life, His Theater, His Dance
Jerome Robbins: His Life, His Theater, His Dance
Deborah Jowitt, 2004
Jerome Robbins's story is as distinctively American as his choreography. Born Jerome Wilson Rabinowitz in New York City to Russian-Jewish immigrant parents, Robbins (1918–1998) became a Broadway chorus boy in 1938 before joining Ballet Theatre and New York City Ballet, ultimately dancing lead roles. Robbins also became one of the 20th century&...
Derek Walcott: The Journeyman Years. Volume 2: Performing ...
Christopher Balme, Gordon Collier, 2013
The Newmark Evening News predicted for John “a magnificent future as a playwright. ... The first was William Archibald, brother of local playwright Douglas Archibald, whose The Innocents has recently been made into a film with Deborah Kerr.
World Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre: Volume 2: The ...
Arthur Holmberg, Carlos Solorzano, 2014
Thefirst ofthese wasby William Archibald (1917–70; brotherofthe Trinidad playwrightJack Archibald), whowrote the book ... composer, playwright and screenwriter, he may well have beenthe most giftedCaribbean theatre artist ofthe period.
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William Archibald, Writer: The Innocents. William Archibald was born on March 7, 1917 in Trinidad, British West Indies as John William Wharton Archibald. He was a writer, known for The Innocents (1961), I Confess (1953) and The Admiral Broadway Revue (1949). He died on December 27, 1970 in New York City, New York, USA.
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Harold Pinter Born 10 October 1930 in East London. He is married to Lady Antonia Fraser.
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1940s, an adult summer camp. WILLIAM ARCHIBALD and aspiring comedienne Imogene Coca in a "Russian" ballet choreographed by fellow hopeful kid Jerome Robbins!
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Top to bottom, left to right are actor MICHAEL POWELL, director WILLIAM ARCHIBALD, actress MAYA KENIN, lighting designer CHUCK GOLDEN, and author LANCE WILSON. Photo: CONRAD WARD. August, 1964, on the set of Home Free.
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Archibald MacLeish : The Poetry Foundation
A poet, playwright, lawyer, and statesman, Archibald MacLeish's roots were firmly planted in both the new and the old worlds. His father, the son of a poor shopkeeper in Glasgow, Scotland, was ...
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