Person Name Granville-Barker, Harley
Alternate Names Granville-Barker, Harley, 1877-1946 (Authority name)
Gender Male
Cultural Identity English
Country(ies) of Residence United Kingdom
Birth Date 1877
Death Date 1946
Geographic Affiliations London (England), United Kingdom, United States
Performing Art Group Affiliations Savoy Theatre (London, England), Stage Society, Royal Court Theatre
Notes Considered a key figure of progressive theatre at the beginning of the 20th century; His first wife was Lilah McCarthy whom he divorced to marry an American, Helen Huntingdon. It was Helen who convinced Granville-Barker to give up his life on stage and become a scholar. As a result, he wrote

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Associated Productions 1906, Royal Court Theatre, Doctor's Dilemma, The ,
1905, Royal Court Theatre, Major Barbara ,
1904, Royal Court Theatre, John Bull's Other Island ,
1907, Court Theatre, Don Juan in Hell ,
1904Apr26, Royal Court Theatre, Candida ,
1899Mar15, Theatre Royal (Newcastle upon Tyne, England), Mrs. Patrick Campbell's Company, Caesar and Cleopatra ,
1911, London (England), John Bull's Other Island ,
1906Mar20, Royal Court Theatre, Captain Brassbound's Conversion ,
Kingsway Theatre, London, 1912 ,
Savoy Theatre, London, 1907 ,
1910, Haymarket Theatre (London, England), Dark Lady of the Sonnets, The
Representations of person in components 2142, 1324
Components associated with person 2141, 2184, 2197