Bread and Butter
by Cecil Taylor
St Martin's Theatre Company Melbourne 1970
Cecil Philip Taylor (1929 – 1981), usually credited as C.P. Taylor, was a Scottish playwright. He wrote almost 80 plays during his 16 years as a professional playwright, including several for radio and television. He also made a number of documentary programs for the BBC.His plays tended to draw on his Jewish background and his Socialist viewpoint, and to be written in dialect. A long relationship with the Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh began in 1965, enabling Taylor to leave his day job and concentrate on his work as a dramatist. The first play for the Traverse was Happy Days Are Here Again, followed by Bread and Butter (1966), Lies about Vietnam (1969), The Black and White Minstrels (1972), Next Year in Tel Aviv (1973), Schippel (1974), Gynt (1975), Walter (1975), and Withdrawal Symptoms (1978)
This Souvenir Program is from the 1970 Australian Production
Cast: Frank Hamilton, Di O'Connor, Brian Hannan, Fay Kelton
Size 215 x 140 mm Pictures and information of the cast and show.
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