(Spring 1942) He acted in and directed the Old Vic production of Euripedes' play, "Medea," in the North Wales, Pembroke, Cheshire, Durham, and Northumberland Tour with Sybil Thorndike, Ann Casson, and John Garside in the cast. Lewis Casson was also director.
Sir Lewis Casson
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During the First World War, he joined the Royal Army Service Corps. He later joined the Royal Engineers finally where he reached the rank of major. He was sent home in 1917 after being wounded, and was awarded the MC (Military Cross) for his services during World War I. He ended the war as secretary of the Chemical Warfare Committee.