Family name, INITIAL(S) (of producer/production company). Title. Full name of director. dir. Name and location of theatre: Theatre company. First performance: date and year of first performance.
Burlinson, K and Crarer, C. Emily Wilding Davison: the one who threw herself under the horse. Kath Burlinson. dir. Smallhythe Barn Theatre, Kent: Cambridge Devised Theatre. First performance: 4 June 2013.
Production of an authored play
Family name, INITIAL(S) (of author). Title. Full name of director. dir. Name and location of theatre: Theatre company. First performance: date and year of first performance.
Shakespeare, W. Pericles, Prince of Tyre. David Thacker. dir. The Swan, Stratford-upon-Avon: Royal Shakespeare Company. First performance: 6 September 1989.
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