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  • Directed the original Broadway production of "Ross", in 1960..
  • Directed the original Broadway production of "The Winslow Boy", in 1947.
  • (1961) Directed the original Broadway production of Graham Greene's "The Complaisant Lover", in 1961.
  • (1951) He was on the teaching staff at the Old Vic School Show's "The Doctor's Duty", Sir John Vanbrugh's play, "A Journey to London", and "Fortunio's Song", (Program A) at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with John Abineri, Yvonne Bonnamy, Patrick Wymark, Prunella Scales CBE, Christopher Hancock, Colin Jeavons, Dame Joan Plowright CBE, Rosalind Knight, Dilys Hamlett, Priscilla Morgan, Alan Dobie, Alan Spencer, Eric Thompson, Clive Revill, James Maxwell, Donald Pickering, Douglas Rain, Caspar Wrede, Frank Dunlop, Christopher Morahan, Richard Negri in the cast. The teaching staff included Peter Streuli, Jani Strasser, Leslie Fyson, Norman Ayrton and Margaret Harris in the school staff.
  • (1951) He was on the teaching staff for George Devine's production of William Shakespeare's play, "The Comedy of Errors", at the Old Vic School Theatre in London, England with Prunella Scales CBE, Dame Joan Plowright CBE, Margaret Ashcroft, Yvonne Bonnamy, James Vowden, Jerome Willis, Patrick Wymark, Colin Jeavons, Christopher Hancock, John Abineri, Rosalind Knight, Dilys Hamlett, Priscilla Morgan, Alan Dobie, Alan Spencer, Eric Thompson, Clive Revill, James Maxwell, Donald Pickering and Douglas Rain in the cast. The crew included Richard Negri (technical designer), Caspar Wrede, Christopher Morahan and Frank Dunlop in the technical production. The faculty included Peter Streuli, Jani Strasser, Leslie Fyson, Norman Ayrton and Margaret Harris.
  • (1951) He was on the teaching staff for Michel Saint-Denis' production of Act I of Federico García Lorca's play, "The House of Bernarda Alba", at the Old Vic School Theatre in London, England with Prunella Scales CBE, Dame Joan Plowright CBE, Margaret Ashcroft, Yvonne Bonnamy, James Vowden, Jerome Willis, Patrick Wymark, Colin Jeavons, Christopher Hancock, John Abineri, Rosalind Knight, Dilys Hamlett, Priscilla Morgan, Alan Dobie, Alan Spencer, Eric Thompson, Clive Revill, James Maxwell, Donald Pickering and Douglas Rain in the cast. The crew included Richard Negri (technical designer), Caspar Wrede, Christopher Morahan and Frank Dunlop in the technical production. The faculty included Peter Streuli, Jani Strasser, Leslie Fyson, Norman Ayrton and Margaret Harris.
  • (1932) He acted in Karl Vollmoeller's play, "The Miracle," at the Lyceum Theatre in London, England with Tilly Losch, Leonide Massine, Lyn Harding, and Diana Manners in the cast. Max Reinhardt was director. Engelbert Humperdinck composed music. Leonide Massine was also choreographer. Professor Oskar Strnad was art director. Oliver Messel was costume designer.
  • (1934) He acted in Josephine Tey's play, "Richard of Bordeaux," at the Theatre Royal in Brighton, East Sussex, England with Angela Baddeley, Robert Morley, Alan Webb, Frith Banbury, Charles Cauntley, Richard Warner, and Antony Eustrel in the cast. Bernard Gordon was director. Herbert Menges was musical director.
  • (1936) He acted in Elsie T. Schauffler's play, "Parnell," at the New Theatre in London, England with Margaret Rawlings, Wyndham Goldie, Marda Vanne, and Laurier Lister in the cast. Norman Marshall was director.
  • (1950) He directed Emlyn Williams' play, "Accolade," at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England with Emlyn Williams, Diana Churchill, Anthony Nicholls, Ruth Dunning, Dora Bryan, Noel Willman, and John Stratton in the cast.
  • (1960 - 1961) He directed Terrence Rattigan's play, "Ross," at the Haymarket Theatre in London, England with James Grout, Michael Bryant, Peter Bayliss, John Southworth, Gerald Harper, Brewster Mason, Anthony Nicholls, Leon Sinden, Mark Dignam, Richard Warner, and Basil Hoskins in the cast.
  • (1962) He directed Norman Charles Hunter's play, "The Tulip Tree," at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England with Celia Johnson, John Clements, and Lynn Redgrave in the cast.
  • (1964) He directed Michael Bradley-Dyne's play, "The Right Honourable Gentleman," at Her Majesty's Theatre in London, England with Anthony Quayle (played Charles Dilke), Coral Browne (played Mrs. Rossiter), Anna Massey, Jack Gwillim (played Joseph Chamberlain), Richard Leech, Mary Law, Jill Melford, Anne Stevenson, Corin Redgrave, Llewellyn Rees, Terence Bayler, Gillian Lind, and John Irvine in the cast. Motley was designer.
  • (1950 - 1951) He directed William Shakespeare's play, "Henry V," at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Alec Clunes, Roger Livesey, and Dorothy Tutin in the cast.
  • (July 12, 1955) He directed William Shakespeare's play, "Merry Wives of Windsor," at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon, England with Anthony Quayle, Joyce Redman, Angela Baddeley, and Keith Michell in the cast.
  • (June 17, 1955) He directed William Shakespeare's play, "Macbeth," at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon, England with Laurnece Olivier, Vivien Leigh, Keith Michell, Ralph Richael, Ian Holm, Dilys Hamlett, William Devlin, James Grout, Maxine Audley, Emrys James, John Southworth, and Patrick Wymark in the cast.
  • (1955) Anthony Quayle and he directed the Stratford Festival at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon, England with Laurence Olivier, Vivien Leigh, Angela Baddeley, Joyce Redman, Alan Webb, Maxine Audley, Michael Denison, Keith Michell, Rosalind Atkinson, Ralph Michael and Michael Devlin in the cast.
  • (May 29, 1956) He directed William Shakespeare's play, "Othello," at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford, England with Harry Andrews, Emlyn Williams, Margaret Johnston, Prunella Scales, and Emrys James in the cast.
  • (1956) He and Anthony Quayle were directors for the Stratford Theatre Festival at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford, England with Harry Andrews, Emlyn Williams, Anthony Nicholls, Margaret Johnston, and Alan Badel in the cast.
  • (1958) He directed the Stratford Theatre Festival at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford, England with Michael Redgrave, Googie Withers, Geraldine McEwan, Edward Woodward, Rachel Kempson, Ian Holm, Richard Johnson, Edward Hardwick, Eileen Atkins, Mark Dignam, Dorothy Tutin, and Angela Baddeley in the cast.
  • (May 28, 1957) He directed William Shakespeare's play, "Julius Caesar," at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford, England with Richard Johnson, Alec Clunes, Geoffrey Keen, Cyril Luckham, and Clive Revill in the cast.
  • (April 2, 1957) He directed William Shakespeare's play, "As You Like It," at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford, England with Richard Johnson, Peggy Ashcroft, Patrick Wymark, and Robert Harris in the cast.
  • (1957) He directed the Stratford Theatre Festival at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford, England with Peggy Ashcroft, John Gielgud, Richard Johnson, Robert Harris, Joan Miller, Alec Clunes, Geoffrey Keen, Cyril Luckham, Mark Dignam, Patrick Wymark, Jane Wenham, and Clive Revill in the cast. Laurence Olivier, Vivien Leigh, and Anthony Quayle acted on tour.
  • (June 3, 1958) He directed William Shakespeare's play, "Hamlet," at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford, England with Michael Redgrave, Mark Dignam, Googie Withers, Dorothy Tutin, Edward Woodward, and Zoe Caldwell in the cast.
  • (April 8, 1958) He directed William Shakespeare's play, "Romeo and Juliet," at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford, England with Richard Johnson, Dorothy Tutin, Edward Woodward, Angela Baddeley, and Zoe Caldwell in the cast.
  • (August 18, 1959) He directed William Shakespeare's play, "King Lear," at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford, England with Charles Laughton, Albert Finney (Edgar), Ian Holm (Fool), Anthony Nicholls, Peter Woodthorpe, Cyril Luckham, Robert Hardy, Stephanie Bidmead, Angela Baddeley, Zoe Caldwell, Julian Glover, Paul Hardwick, and Diana Rigg in the cast.
  • (1959) He directed the Stratford Theatre Festival at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford, England with Paul Robeson, Charles Laughton, Laurence Olivier, Edith Evans, Sam Wanamaker, Harry Andrews, Albert Finney, Robert Hardy, Mary Ure, Ian Holm, Edward De Souza, Vanessa Redgrave, Angela Baddeley, and Diana Rigg in the cast.
  • (1953) He directed William Shakespeare's play, "Antony and Cleopatra," in the Stratford Theatre Festival at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England and at the Princes Theatre in London, England with Michael Redgrave, Peggy Ashcroft, Harry Andrews, Marius Goring, Rachel Kempson, Donald Pleasance, Robert Shaw, Nigel Davenport, and Charles Gray and in the cast. Antony Hopkins was musical director.
  • (1953) He directed William Shakespeare's play, "Richard III," in the Stratford Theatre Festival at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England with Marius Goring, Rachel Kempson, Harry Andrews and Yvonne Mitchell in the cast.
  • (1953) Anthony Quayle and he directed the Stratford Theatre Festival at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England with Peggy Ashcroft, Marius Goring, Yvonne Mitchell, Harry Andrews, Rachel Kempson, and Michael Redgrave in the cast.
  • (1952) He directed William Shakespeare's play, "As You Like It," in the Stratford Theatre Festival at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England with Laurence Harvey, Margaret Leighton, and Michael Hordern in the cast.
  • (1952) He directed William Shakespeare's play, "Coriolanus," in the Stratford Theatre Festival at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England with Anthony Quayle, Mary Ellis, Laurence Harvey, Ian Bannen, Michael Hordern, Siobhan McKenna, Michael Bates, John Turner, Zena Walker, and John Nettleton in the cast.
  • (1954) He directed William Shakespeare's play, "Troilus and Cressida," in the Stratford Theatre Festival at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England with Laurence Harvey, Muriel Pavlow, Leo McKern, Anthony Quayle, William Devlin, Barbara Jefford, Keith Michell, Ian Bannen, Ian Holm, Tony Britton, Beverley Cross, and James Villiers in the cast. Antony Hopkins was musical director.
  • (1954) He directed William Shakespeare's play, "Romeo and Juliet," in the Stratford Theatre Festival at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England with Laurence Harvey, Zena Walker, Tony Britton, Ian Bannen, Ian Holm, Beverley Cross, and James Villiers in the cast.
  • (1954) Anthony Quayle and he directed the Stratford Theatre Festival at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England with Anthony Quayle, Barbara Jefford, Keith Michell, Laurence Harvey, Muriel Pavlow, Zena Walker, and William Devlin in the cast.
  • (December 1946) He directed William Shakespeare's play, "Antony and Cleopatra," at the Piccadilly Theatre in London, England with Edith Evans, Godfrey Tearle, Anthony Quayle, and Michael Goodliffe in the cast. Antony Hopkins was musical director.
  • (December 1946) He directed William Shakespeare's play, "Antony and Cleopatra," at the Opera House in Manchester, England with Edith Evans, Godfrey Tearle, Anthony Quayle, and Michael Goodliffe in the cast. Antony Hopkins was musical director.
  • (October 1946) He directed William Shakespeare's play, "Antony and Cleopatra," at the Theatre Royal in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, Tyne & Wear, England with Edith Evans, Godfrey Tearle, Anthony Quayle, and Michael Goodliffe in the cast. Antony Hopkins was musical director.
  • (1936) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Romeo and Juliet," at the New Theatre in London, England with John Gielgud (played Romeo), Peggy Ashcroft, Laurence Olivier (played Chorus and Mercutio), Edith Evans, Alec Guinness, Harry Andrews, Alan Napier, Sam Beazley (played Paris), George Devine, and George Howe in the cast. John Gielgud was director. Motley was designer.
  • (1935) He played Laertes in William Shakespeare's "Hamlet" at the New Theatre in London, England with John Gielgud, Frank Vosper, Laura Cowie, Jessica Tandy, George Howe, George Devine, Jack Hawkins, William Devlin, Anthony Quayle, Alec Guinness, Ben Field, and Geoffrey Toone in the cast. John Gielgud was director.
  • (1934) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Hamlet," at the New Theatre in London, England with John Gielgud, Frank Vosper, Laura Cowie, Jessica Tandy, George Devine, Jack Hawkins, Anthony Quayle, Alec Guinness (played Osric), William Devlin, George Howe, Sam Beazley, Geoffrey Toone, and Frith Banbury in the cast. John Gielgud was director.
  • (1938) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "The Merchant of Venice," at the Queen's Theatre in London, England with John Gielgud, Peggy Ashcroft, Alec Guinness, Harry Andrews, Leon Quartermaine, Richard Ainley, Angela Baddeley, George Devine, George Howe, Dennis Price, John Tomlinson, John Justin, and Merula Salaman in the cast. He and John Gielgud were also directors.
  • (1938) He acted in Garnett's translation of Anton Chekhov's play, "The Three Sisters," at the Queen's Theatre in London, England with John Gielgud, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Peggy Ashcroft, Carol Goodner, Michael Redgrave, Angela Baddeley, Alec Guinness, Harry Andrews, George Devine, and Leon Quartermaine in the cast. Michel Saint Denis was director.
  • (1937) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Richard II," at the Queen's Theatre in London, England with John Gielgud, Michael Redgrave, Leon Quartermaine, Dorothy Green, Anthony Quayle, Alec Guinness, Dennis Price, Harry Andrews, Peggy Ashcroft, Harcourt Williams, George Devine, George Howe, and Merula Salaman in the cast. John Gielgud was also director.
  • (1937) He acted in Emlyn Williams' play, "He was Born Gay," at the Queen's Theatre in London, England with John Gielgud, Harry Andrews, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Sydney Fairbrother, Carol Goodner, Frank Pettingell, and Emlyn Williams in the cast.
  • (1960) He directed Terrence Rattigan's play, "Ross," at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England with Alec Guinness, Harry Andrews, Brewster Mason, and Mark Dignam in the cast.
  • (1934) He acted in Gordon Daviot's play, "Queen of Scots," at the New Theatre in London, England with Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Laurence Olivier, William Devlin, Felix Aylmer, Margaret Webster, James Mason, George Howe, George Devine, and Ian Fleming in the cast. John Gielgud was director.
  • (1961) He directed Henrik Ibsen's play, "The Lady From the Sea," at the Queen's Theatre in London, England with Vanessa Redgrave (played Boletta), Margaret Leighton, Andrew Cruickshank, John Neville, and Michael Gwynn in the cast.
  • (1961) He directed Henrik Ibsen's play, "The Lady From the Sea," at the Queen's Theatre in London, England with Vanessa Redgrave (played Boletta), Margaret Leighton, Andrew Cruickshank, John Neville, Michael Gwynn, Richard Pasco, and Esmond Knight in the cast.
  • (1966) He directed Richard Brinsley Sheridan's play, "The Rivals," at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England with Ralph Richardson, Margaret Rutherford, Daniel Massey, Keith Baxter, and Angela Thorne in the cast.
  • (1966) He directed Richard Brinsley Sheridan's play, "The Rivals," at the Theatre Royal in Brighton, East Sussex, England with Ralph Richardson, Margaret Rutherford, Daniel Massey, Keith Baxter, and Angela Thorne in the cast.
  • (1966) He directed George Bernard Shaw's play, "You Can Never Tell," at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England with Ralph Richardson, Jack Gwillim, Judy Campbell, and Keith Baxter in the cast.
  • (1927 - 1962) Active [relatively infrequently] on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1927) Stage Play: And So To Bed. Comedy. Written and directed by James B. Fagan. Shubert Theatre: 9 Nov 1927- Apr 1928 (closing date unknown/189 performances). Cast: Yvonne Arnaud, Roberta Brown, Charles Bryant, Glen Byam Shaw (as "Pelham Humfrey") [Broadway debut], Luigi Salvatore Calibi, Moon Carroll, Mary Newnham Davis, Wallace Eddinger (as "Samuel Pepys") [final Broadway role], Gemma Fagan, Beryl Freeman, Mary Grey, Gyles Isham, Mary Robson, A. Henderson Stone, Carfax Turl, Emlyn Williams. Produced by James B. Fagan and Lee Shubert
  • (1928) Stage Play: The Cherry Orchard. Comedy (revival). Written by Anton Chekhov. Translated by George Calderon. Directed by James B. Fagan. Bijou Theatre: 5 Mar 1928- Mar 1928 (closing date unknown/5 performances). Cast: Lowden Adams (as "A Vagrant"), Glen Byam Shaw (as "Trofimov, Petr Sergeyevich, a student"), Charles Courtneidge (as "Yasha"), a young butler"), Mary Newnham Davis (as "Dunyasha, a chambermaid"), Gemma Fagan (as "Anya, daughter of Ranevskaya"), James B. Fagan (as "Gayev, Leonid Andreyevich, brother of Ranevskaya"), Mary Grey (as "Ranevskaya, Lyubov Andreevna"), Ethel Griffies (as "Sharlotta Ivanovna, a governess"), Gyles Isham (as "Simeonov-Pishchik, Boris Borisovich, a landowner"), Edwin Maxwell (as "Lopakhin, Ermolai Alekseevich, a merchant"), Esther Mitchell (as "Barbara"), Edward Rigby (as "Firs, a butler"), A. Henderson Storie (as "Epikhodov, Semen Panteleevich, a clerk"). Produced by James B. Fagan.
  • (1939) Stage Play: Dear Octopus. Written by Dodie Smith. Scenic Design by Gladys E. Calthrop. Directed by Glen Byam Shaw. Broadhurst Theatre: 11 Jan 1939- Feb 1939 (closing date unknown/53 performances). Cast: Alice Belmore (as "Nanny"), Naomi Campbell (as "Laurel Randolph"), Robert Craven (as "Kenneth Harvey"), Margaret Dale (as "Belle Schlessinger"), Lillian Gish (as "Grace Fenning/Fenny"), Georgia Harvey (as "Gertrude"), Jack Hawkins (as "Nicholas Randolph"), Rose Hobart (as "Cynthia Randolph") [final Broadway role], Phyllis Joyce (as "Hilda Randolph"), Reginald Mason (as "Charles Randolph"), Warren Mills (as "William (Bill) Harvey"), Shirley Poirier (as "Gwen (Flouncey) Harvey"), Phyllis Povah (as "Margery Harvey"), Helen Renee (as "Kathleen (Scrap) Kenton"), Peter Robinson (as "Hugh Randolph"), Ivy Troutman (as "Edna Randolph"), Lucile Watson (as "Dora Randolph"). Produced by John C. Wilson.
  • (1947) Stage Play: The Winslow Boy. Comedy. Directed by Glen Byam Shaw.
  • (1961) Stage Play: The Complaisant Lover. Directed by Glen Byam Shaw.
  • (1961) Stage Play: Ross. Directed by Glen Byam Shaw.

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