|Main Author:||O'Toole, Peter, 1932-|
Covering his time as a drama student at RADA, the author writes about his student days in London in the 1950s, a time which coincided with significant moments in British theatre. Among the recollections are seeing Richard Burton in King John at the Old Vic, remembers Dame Sybil Thorndyke giving him elocution lessons and describing ballet lessons shared with fellow actor, Albert Finney.
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|General Notes:||Sequel to: Loitering with intent : the child.|
Originally published: New York : Hyperion, c1996.
Inscribed by the author.
|Physical Description:||406 p.,  p. of plates : ill., ports. ; 20 cm.|