Collected plays: eight
The eighth volume in the Coward Collection includes I'll Leave It To You and The Young Idea, the first of Coward's plays ever to be produced. These were, as he said, "enthusiastically acclaimed by the critics and ran five weeks and eight weeks respectively. In both of them I appeared with the utmost determination."
This Was a Man, a slightly later play, was written in 1926, after the successes which made his name. It was originally banned by the Lord Chamberlain "for facetious adultery".
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Review: Plays 4 (World Dramatists)User Review - Batgrl - Goodreads
Thanks to a reference in another book to Mount Pleasant I thought of a Coward play (more on that in a bit) and then suddenly had to reread these. Coward is who folk who discover and love Oscar Wilde ... Read full review
Review: Plays 3 (World Dramatists)User Review - John E. Branch Jr. - Goodreads
Broadly, the idea in Design for Living (first produced in 1933) is similar to that of Private Lives (from three years earlier): people who belong together, or who at any rate deserve each other, try ... Read full review