Under Milk Wood


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Under Milk Wood

the commonplace inhabitants of a Welsh village voice their dreams. [Br. Drama: Dylan Thomas Under Milk Wood in Magill IV, 1247]
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For here, 80 miles or so from the Severn crossings, the resident company of the Watermill Theatre in Newbury is preparing for an intimate new staging of Under Milk Wood, Dylan Thomas' atmospheric play for voices.
ONE of the great works of literature is to get an airing as the actors of the People's Theatre tackle Under Milk Wood by Dylan Thomas.
But back in the late 1940s it was the shabby home of legendary Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, and where it is said he wrote much of his famous radio play, Under Milk Wood.
Swansea-born Thomas became one of Britain's most loved writers - with his most famous works including Under Milk Wood and Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night.
A lush, lyrical and gloriously colourful film version of poet Dylan Thomas's Under Milk Wood, a radio play written for the BBC and first broadcast in 1954.
MANCHESTER has produced its own version of Under Milk Wood, whose up-to-date characters include a drug dealer.
The Welsh poet and writer Dylan Thomas (1914-53) conceived of Under Milk Wood, subtitled A Play for Voices, as a piece for performance on radio.
The 21-bed Corran Hotel is a short walk from the beach at Laugharne, Carmarthen, the town that inspired the author's Under Milk Wood.
During his seven-decade career he won huge acclaim and is best known for his mid-1960s suite inspired by the Dylan Thomas drama Under Milk Wood, but he was still managing to impress new audiences with his regular concerts into his 80s.
DYLAN Thomas' play for voices Under Milk Wood, which celebrates a day in the small Welsh fishing village Llareggub, is being given a new life by a group of North Wales drama students - some of whom have never appeared on stage before.
His major work was Under Milk Wood, which began as a radio play in 1954.
The highlight is the 1954 radio broadcast of Under Milk Wood, featuring Richard Burton and a cast of 22 professionals and semi-professionals, including three children.