Gooch, Steve

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GOOCH, Steve

GOOCH, Steve. British, b. 1945. Genres: Plays/Screenplays, Translations, Writing/Journalism, Essays. Career: Assistant Ed., Plays and Players mag., London, 1972-73; Resident Dramatist, Half Moon Theatre, 1973-74, and Greenwich Theatre, 1974-75, both in London, Solent Peoples Theatre, Southampton, 1982, Theatre Venture, London, 1983-84, Warehouse Theatre, Croydon, 1986-87, and Gate Theatre, London, 1990-91. Publications: (trans.) Big Wolf, 1972; (trans.) The Mother, 1973; Female Transport, 1974, 2nd ed., 1983; (with P. Thompson) The Motor Show, 1974; Will Wat, If Not, What Will?, 1975; (trans.) Wolf Biermann's Poems and Ballads, 1977; The Women Pirates, 1978; (trans.) Wallraff: The Undesirable Journalist, 1978; Fast One, 1982; Landmark, 1982;(trans.) Gambit 39, 1982; All Together Now, 1984; Taking Liberties, 1984; Writing a Play, 1988, 3rd ed., 2001;(trans.) Lulu and the Marquis of Keith, 1990; Massa, 1990; Stages of Translation, 1996. Contributor to books. Address: M. Steinberg Playwrights, 409 Triumph House, 187-191 Regent St, London W1R 7WF, England.