Her Royal Shakespeare Company credits include:
Lady Monchensey in "The Family Reunion" by 'TS Eliot' (2000), "All's Well That Ends Well" (1983), Maria Lvovna in Gorky's "Summerfolk" (1974), Volumnia in "Coriolanus", Portia in "Julius Ceasar", Tamora in "Titus Andronicus" (all 1972), and Vassilissa in Gorky's "The Lower Depths".
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... I do feel strongly that it is deeply insulting the way older women are portrayed. If you watch TV or listen to the radio for a week, you would get the impression that everyone over the age of 60 has no control over their faculties. If it was any other group of people being portrayed like that, people would be up in arms. But because it is older women, nobody ever says anything.
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Joining the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1962, Margaret was known for her regal stance and added a gallery of queens to her credits over the years, including Queen Anne, Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth II.