Forsyth, James (Law)
FORSYTH, James (Law)
FORSYTH, James (Law). British, b. 1913. Genres: Plays/Screenplays, Poetry, Biography. Career: Dramatist-in-residence, Old Vic Co., London, 1946-48, and Howard University, Washington, D.C., 1961-62, and Florida State University, 1964; Director, Tufts University Program in London, 1967-71; Artistic Director, Forsyths' Barn Theatre, Ansty, Sussex, 1972-83. Publications: Emmanuel: A Nativity Play, 1952; Three Plays: The Other Heart, Heloise, Adelaise, 1957; The Road to Emmaus: A Play for Eastertide, 1958; Joshua, 1959; (adaptor) Brand, by Ibsen, 1960; Dear Wormwood, 1961, as Screwtape, 1973; (adaptor) Cyrano de Bergerac, by E. Rostand, 1968; The Last Journey, 1972; Defiant Island, 1975; Tyrone Guthrie: A Biography, 1976; Back to the Barn: The Story of a Country Theatre; On Such a Day as This (poetry), 1989; From Time to Time (poetry), 1990; also radio and TV plays: If My Wings Heal (play), 1968; A Woman There Will Be (poetry), 1991; The Clearing Where the Cuckoo Came (poetry), 1992. Address: Grainloft, Ansty, Near Haywards Heath, Sussex RH17 5AG, England.
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