Ayckbourn Chronology: 1991

Notable Events

Ayckbourn In Other Media

Notable Productions

> Alan's agent Margaret Ramsay, better known as Peggy, dies on 4 September. She became Alan's first agent in 1961.

> The Sunday Times names Alan Ayckbourn as one of the '1,000 Makers Of The 20th Century'.

> The producer Michael Codron stages the two part
The Revengers' Comedies in London's West End after Alan declines to shorten the plays for the National Theatre.

World premieres
Wildest Dreams; My Very Own Story

Plays directed (non-Ayckbourn)
Breaking Legs; Augustus Carp Esq.; The Village Fete
Playtext: Absurd Person Singular
Publisher: Longman

Playtext: A Cut In The Rates
Publisher: Samuel French

Playtext: Ernie's Incredible Illucinations
Publisher: Nelson Thornes

Playtext: Invisible Friends
Publisher: Faber & Faber

Playtext: Man Of The Moment
Publisher: Samuel French

Playtext: The Revengers' Comedies
Publisher: Faber & Faber

Publication: Alan Ayckbourn - A Casebook
by Bernard F Dukore (Garland Publishing)

Video: A Chorus Of Disapproval
Publisher: MGM
World Premiere: Wildest Dreams
Director: Alan Ayckbourn
Stephen Joseph Theatre In The Round,
Scarborough

World Premiere: My Very Own Story
Director: Alan Ayckbourn
Stephen Joseph Theatre In The Round,
Scarborough

London Premiere: Invisible Friends
Director: Alan Ayckbourn
Venue: National Theatre, London

London Premiere: The Revengers'
Comedies

Director: Alan Ayckbourn
Venue: Strand Theatre, London

New York Premiere: Taking Steps
Director: Alan Strachan
Venue: Circle In The Square, New York

New York Premiere: Absent Friends
Director: Lynne Meadow
Venue: Manhattan Theatre Club

Revival: This Is Where We Came In
Director: Alan Ayckbourn
Venue: Stephen Joseph Theatre In The Round, Scarborough

Revival: Confusions
Director: Malcolm Hebden
Venue: Stephen Joseph Theatre In The Round, Scarborough

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