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by Elizabeth MacLennan

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ISBN:
0413641503
Author:
Elizabeth MacLennan
Category:
Performing Arts
Language:
English
Publisher:
Heinemann (January 1, 1990)
Pages:
224 pages
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1297 kb
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1949 kb
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1932 kb
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Moon Belongs to Everyone book. Elizabeth MacLennan was one of the founder members of the theatre company 7:84, created in 1971 to bring plays in performance to working-class audiences.

Moon Belongs to Everyone book. The company was named after the proposition that 7% of the population in Britain owns 84% of the wealth.

MacLennan, Elizabeth. A Good Night Out: Popular Theatre: Audience, Class and Form. London: Nick Hern Books, 1996

MacLennan, Elizabeth. The Moon Belongs to Everyone: Making Theatre with 7:84 London: Methuen; ISBN 0-413-64150-3. London: Nick Hern Books, 1996; ISBN 1-85459-370-6.

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by Elizabeth MacLennan. A personal history of the legendary 7-84 theatre company by one of its founding members.

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Elizabeth MacLennan with Ian McShane in The Truth About Alan, an ITV Play of the Week, 1963

Elizabeth MacLennan with Ian McShane in The Truth About Alan, an ITV Play of the Week, 1963. Photograph: ITV/Rex Shutterstock. MacLennan also appeared in many of the company’s most famous productions. The Bone Won't Break: On Theatre and Hope in Hard Times. The Moon Belongs to Everyone: Making Theatre with 7:84. National Library of Medicine, National Center for Biotechnology Information, .

A personal history of the legendary 7:84 theatre company by one of its founding members A stirring account of the achievement and working methods of 7:84 as it went from strength to strength with shows like Trees in the Wind; The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black, Black Oil and Men Should Weep. It details the mounting social and economic pressures the company faced in Britain at a time when the country was turning towards the reactionary politics and consumerism of Thatcher's era. This is also a testimony to the author's own struggle as she ditches her successful West End career to become an actress and working mother spending seventeen years on the road with a radical theatre company.