|Title:||Anne of the Thousand Days|
|Publisher:||William Sloane Associates, Inc.|
|Tags:||Anne Boleyn, drama, fiction, Henry VIII, film adaptation|
This beautiful presentation of the story of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn is played against the well-known historical background of the Court of Henry, and the arrangement of the present acting version follows that used for the Broadway production. As a matter of fact, there is almost no scenery, and the various scenes are played within a single setting in which lights and a half-dozen articles of furniture are all that are used." [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Anderson, Maxwell
Maxwell Anderson was an American playwright, poet, and journalist. He won a Pulitzer Prize in Drama in 1933, for Both Your Houses, and the New York Drama Critics Circle Award for both Winterset and High Tor.
Several of his plays were adapted into successful movies, including Anne of a Thousand Days and Key Largo.
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