Jellicoe, AnnAlternative names
Ann Jellicoe was born in Middlesborough in 1927. She studied at the Central School of Speech and Drama before working with fringe theatres. She acted and directed, but is best known for her work as a playwright. In 1962 she wrote 'The Knack' which was performed at the Royal Court and later adapted into a film. In the 1980s and 1990s she worked on Community Plays in several regions of Great Britain.
From the guide to the Ann Jellicoe Collection, 1926-1990, (V&A Department of Theatre and Performance)
- Community plays
- Community theater