THOUGHTS ON THE BUSINESS OF LIFE
- The Gateway Theatre Company. Smith, Donald // Journey's Beginning;2004, p53
Focuses on Gateway Theatre Co. in Edinburgh, Scotland. Involvement of playwright Robert Kemp in the company from 1953 to 1960; Overview of the play "The Forrigan Reel," by James Bridie which was the opening production of Gateway during its first season; Success of the company's post-Christmas...
- Dramatics. JORDAN, ELIZABETH // America;10/27/1934, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p65
The author presents a critical analysis of the play "A Sleeping Clergyman," by James Bridie and directed by Philip Moeller which the first offering of the Theater Guild in their 17th season. The author said the play is very disagreeable but very strong. The male character in the play is a...
- Dropping out and being free. Dalrymple, Theodore // BMJ: British Medical Journal (Overseas & Retired Doctors Edition;7/11/2009, Vol. 339 Issue 7712, p111
The article reviews the theatrical production "The Switchback," by James Bridie.
- Sleeping Guild But Not Escudero. Young, Stark // New Republic;10/24/34, Vol. 80 Issue 1038, p314
Reviews two plays. "A Sleeping Clergyman," directed by James Bridie and performed by Ernest Thesiger; "Continental Varieties," written by Lucienne Boyer.
- THEATRE. Clurman, Harold // New Republic;10/2/50, Vol. 123 Issue 14, p22
This article focuses on the play "Daphne Laureola," by James Bridie. The play, despite the excellence of the two leading actors, is not well produced. It is set and directed as if it were a ponderously realistic study of an unhappy woman of fifty married to an English peer of eighty-three....
- BRIDIE, JAMES. Mellown, Elgin W. // Descriptive Catalogue of the Bibliographies of the Twentieth-Cen;1978, p39
A list of primary, secondary and general bibliographic references for British playwright James Bridie, pseudonym of Osborne Henry Mavor, from the book "A Descriptive Catalogue of the Bibliographies of Twentieth-Century British Poets, Novelists, and Dramatists," is presented.
- Under Capricorn. // Variety Movie Reviews;1/1/1949, Issue 1, p83
The article reviews the film "Under Capricorn," directed by Alfred Hitchcock and starring Ingrid Bergman and Joseph Cotten.
- THEATRE. Jordan, Elizabeth // America;4/3/1937, Vol. 56 Issue 26, p623
The article reviews several plays including a revival of Bernard Shaw's "Candida," by Katharine Cornell, "Storm Over Patsy," by James Bridie, and "Now You've Done It," starring Margaret Perry.
- THEATRE: London Continued. // New Republic;6/19/50, Vol. 122 Issue 25, p20
Reviews several plays. "Venus Observed," written by Christopher Fry; "Measure for Measure," starring John Gielgud; "Mr. Gillie," written by James Bridie.