Theatre of the Film Noir: A Play


Walker, George F. (1947-)

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Walker, George F. (1947-). Theatre of the Film Noir: A Play. Toronto: Playwrights Canada, December, 1981. Second Printing. ISBN: 9780887542671. pp. 51. 4to. Navy blue utilitarian cloth over boards, gilt lettering to spine. Very light rubbing to extremities, ex-library with usual treatment, circural stamp to the title page and rear pastedown, text-block remains bright, clean, and unmarked with tigtht, sound binding; very good. George F. Walker was born in Toronto in 1947. At the age of twenty-three he responded to the new Factory Theatre Lab’s call for scripts by writing PRINCE OF NAPLES and since that time he has been closely associated with the theatre. Factory produced all his early plays including BEYOND MOZAMBIQUE and RAMONA AND THE WHITE SLAVES. Toronto Free Theatre premiered GOSSIP and ZASTROZZI in 1977, and FILTHY RICH in 1979. During 1978, GOSSIP opened in five cities int he United States including San Francisco, Seattle, and New York. Walker lives in Toronto with his actress wife. Hardcover. (#1211) $35.00