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Drama (Stage and Radio Plays)

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Some writers of radio and stage plays represented at PGA

[Also refer to these listings at Project Gutenberg in the US: One Act Plays; Other Drama]


Max (Malcolm) R AFFORD (1906-1954)

Plays and Radio Plays 

  • Consulting Room [Radio Play] (1948)--Text--ZIP
  • Lady in Danger [Play] (1942)--Text--ZIP
  • Lazy in the Sun [Radio Play] (1951)--Text--ZIP
  • Mischief in the Air [Play] (1944)--Text--ZIP

J M BARRIE (1860-1937)

  • Peter Pan or The Boy Who Would Not Grow Up (The Play) (first performed 1904)--HTML

George S BEEBY (1869-1942)

  • One Touch O' Nature--HTML
  • Still Waters (1923)--HTML
  • The Banner (1923)--HTML

Henry James BYRON (1835-1884)

Charles Haddon CHAMBERS (1860-1921)

  • "Seven, Seven, Seven--City"--A Tale of the Telephone--Text--ZIP

Anton CHEKHOV (1860-1904)

  • Collected Plays--Text
  • The Sea-Gull--Text
  • Uncle Vanya--Text

Cyril CLARE and Euston LEIGH

  • The Duchess of  Coolgardie (1896)--HTML

Sir Arthur Conan DOYLE (1859-1930)

  • Sherlock Holmes: A Drama in Four Acts

Fred DUPREZ (1884-1938)

  • My Wife's Family (A Farcical Comedy in Three Acts)--Text--ZIP

Charles HAWTRY (1858-1923)

  • The Private Secretary (1907)--Text--ZIP

Stanley HOUGHTON (1881-1913)

  • The Dear Departed (1910)--Text--ZIP

Sidney HOWARD (1891-1939)

  • Ned McCobb's Daughter (1926)--Text--ZIP
  • They Knew What They Wanted (1924)--Text--ZIP

Fred JACKSON (Frederick J JACKSON) (1886-1953)

  • The Naughty Wife (1915)--Text--ZIP

Euston LEIGH and Cyril CLARE

  • The Duchess of  Coolgardie (1896)--HTML

Frederick LONSDALE (1881-1954)

  • The Last of Mrs Cheney--Text--ZIP

Musette MORELL (1897-1950) (a.k.a. Moyna Martin, Moyna Delayney, Fiona O'Farrell)

  • Webs of Our Weaving (1948)--HTML
  • The Better Road (1948)--HTML
  • Even the Birds of the Air (1948)--HTML
  • Presented Without Courtesy (1948)--HTML
  • If Animals had Their Way (1950)--HTML
  • Ten Puppet Plays (1950)--HTML

Eugene O'NEILL (1888-1953)

Harry and Edward PAULTON

  • Niobe, All Smiles: A Farcical Comedy in Three Acts--Text--ZIP

Lionel SHAVE (1889-1954)

  • A Sirius Cove (1948)--HTML
  • Red and Gold (1948)--HTML
  • That's Murder (1948)--HTML
  • The Resignation of Mr. Bagsworth (1948)--HTML
  • Twelve Moons Cold (1948)--HTML

George Bernard SHAW (1856-1950)

Josephine TEY (a.k.a. Gordon DAVIOT) -- pseudonyms of Elizabeth MacKINTOSH (1896-1952)

  • Richard of Bordeaux (1932)--Text--ZIP--HTML
  • Plays Volume III (1954)
     Barnharrow--HTML
     Lady Charing is Cross--HTML
     Reckoning--HTML
     Sweet Coz--HTML
     The Staff-Room--HTML
  • Leith Sands and Other Short Plays
     Leith Sands--HTML
     Rahab--HTML
     The Mother of Masť--HTML
     Sara--HTML
     Mrs. Fry Has a Visitor--HTML
     Three Mrs. Madderleys--HTML
     Clarion Call--HTML
     Remember Caesar--HTML

Brandon THOMAS (1848-1914)

  • Charley's Aunt (Stage Play)--Text--ZIP

Walter J TURNER (1884-1946)

  • The Man Who Ate the Popomack (1921)--Text--ZIP
  • Smaragda's Lover--Text--ZIP

John WILLARD (1885-1942)

  • The Cat and the Canary--Text--ZIP

Updated 4 July 2016