Critical and biographical information on Henry Reed, World War II British poet, critic, translator, and radio dramatist — author of "Naming of Parts"
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1. Anderson, Susan Heller. "Briefs on the Arts." New York Times, 26 August 1982, C15.
Description: Announcement of Circle in the Square's intent to produce Betti's The Queen and the Rebels in Reed's translation.

Newspaper: Briefs on the Arts 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels

2. Archives Hub. A Collection-level Description for the Papers of Henry Reed. <http://archiveshub.ac.uk/features/0504hreed.html>.
Description: Description of The Papers of Henry Reed collection, held at University of Birmingham Special Collections.

Link: A Collection-level Description for the Papers of Henry Reed  
Subjects: Biography, Poem, Play
References: The Candidate, Mycenae, Liberal Rhymes for Liberal Times, Voyage Autour de ma Chambre

3. Atkinson, Brooks. "'The Entertainer'." New York Times, 23 February 1958, X1.
Description: The "Drama Bookshelf" lists the new Grove Press edition of Reed's translation of three Ugo Betti plays.

Newspaper: The Entertainer 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels, The Burnt Flower-Bed, Summertime

4. Atkinson, Brooks. "Theatre: Man Mumbling From a Well." Review of Island of Goats, by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed. New York, Fulton Theatre, 4 October 1955. New York Times, 5 October 1955, 40.
Description: Review of opening night for Reed's translation of Betti's Island of Goats at the Fulton Theatre.

Newspaper: Theatre: Man Mumbling From a Well 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Crime on Goat Island, Uta Hagen, Ruth Ford, Tani Seitz

5. Barfoot, C.C., and R.M. Healey. "My Rebellious and Imperfect Eye": Observing Geoffrey Grigson. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2002. 177.
Description: Mention of Hilda Tablet.

Book: My Rebellious and Imperfect Eye (9042013583)
Subjects: Play, Radio, Criticism
References: The Private Life of Hilda Tablet

6. Betti, Ugo. The Burnt Flower-Bed: A Play in Three Acts. Translated by Henry Reed. London: Samuel French, 1957.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's Ainola Bruciata.

Play: The Burnt Flower-Bed 
Subjects: Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Burnt Flower-Bed

7. Betti, Ugo. Corruption in the Palace of Justice. Translated by Henry Reed. In The New Theatre of Europe, v. 1, no. 5. New York: Dell, 1970. 321-399.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's Corruzione al Palazzo di Giustizia.

Play: Corruption in the Palace of Justice 
Subjects: Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Corruption in the Palace of Justice

8. Betti, Ugo. Crime on Goat Island. Translated by Henry Reed. London: Samuel French, 1960.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's Delitto all'Isola delle Capre.

Play: Crime on Goat Island 
Subjects: Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island

9. Betti, Ugo. Crime on Goat Island. Translated by Henry Reed. San Francisco, CA: Chandler, 1961.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's Delitto all'Isola delle Capre.

Play: Crime on Goat Island 
Subjects: Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island

10. Betti, Ugo. Crime on Goat Island. Translated by Henry Reed. In Twentieth Century Italian Drama, v. 1, edited by Jane House. New York: Columbia University Press, 1995. 537-585.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's Delitto all'Isola delle Capre. 'A chilling investigation of the boundaries of sexual relationships, a family splits apart...' p. 539.

Play: Crime on Goat Island (0231071183)
Subjects: Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island

11. Betti, Ugo. The Queen and the Rebels: A Play in Two Acts. Translated by Henry Reed. London: Samuel French, 1957.
Description: Reed's translation from the original Italian.

Play: The Queen and the Rebels (0573013632)
Subjects: Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels

12. Betti, Ugo. The Queen and the Rebels. Translated by Henry Reed. In Makers of the Modern Theater, edited by Barry Ulanov. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1961. 395-.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti is included in this anthology of classic plays, accompanied by the editor's biography of the Italian playwright.

Play: The Queen and the Rebels 
Subjects: Play
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels

13. Betti, Ugo. The Queen and the Rebels. Translated by Henry Reed. London: Blackie, 1966.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's La Regina e gli Insorti, edited by Michael Marland, with contributions by Ronald Eyre and Dame Irene Worth, press reviews by Kenneth Tynan and the dramatic critic of The Times.

Play: The Queen and the Rebels 
Subjects: Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels

14. Betti, Ugo. The Queen and the Rebels. Translated by Henry Reed. In Three European Plays, edited by E. Martin Browne. Harmondsworth, England: Penguin, 1979.

Play: The Queen and the Rebels (0140480366)
Subjects: 
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels

15. Betti, Ugo. Summertime: An Idyll in Three Acts. Translated by Henry Reed. London: Samuel French, 1957.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's Il Paese delle Vacanze.

Play: Summertime 
Subjects: Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Summertime

16. Bickerton, Roger. "Henry Reed Radio Drama." Diversity Website. <http://web.ukonline.co.uk/suttonelms/HREED.HTML>.
Description: Short summaries of the seven Hilda Tablet plays, including broadcast dates, music and casting information. External Link.

Link: Henry Reed Radio Drama 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: A Very Great Man Indeed, The Private Life of Hilda Tablet, Emily Butter, A Hedge, Backwards, The Primal Scene, As It Were, Not a Drum Was Heard, Musique Discrète

17. Bonadella, Peter, and Jula Conaway Bonadella, eds. Dictionary of Italian Literature. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1996. 58, 88.

Book: Dictionary of Italian Literature 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Corruption in the Palace of Justice, Dino Buzzati, Larger Than Life

18. British Broadcasting Corporation. "Moby Dick - 17 August 1987." BBC Programme Catalogue. <http://open.bbc.co.uk/catalogue/infax/programme/DA+87250_5>.
Description: BBC Programme Catalogue record for a 1987 remake of Reed's radio adaptation of Melville's Moby Dick. External link.

Link: Moby Dick - 17 August 1987 
Subjects: Link, Play, Radio
References: Moby Dick, Antony Hopkins, Colin Blakely, Philip Sully, Marius Goring, Malcolm Hayes, Timothy Bentinck, Sean Barrett, Denys Hawthorne, John Hollis

19. British Broadcasting Corporation. "Moby Dick - Sound Archive." BBC Programme Catalogue. <http://open.bbc.co.uk/catalogue/infax/programme/SX+28250_8>.
Description: BBC Programme Catalogue record for Reed's 1947 radio adaptation of Melville's Moby Dick. External link.

Link: Moby Dick - Sound Archive 
Subjects: Link, Play, Radio
References: Moby Dick, Stephen Potter, Antony Hopkins, Murray Davies, Reginald Mitchell, Carleton Hobbes, Betty Hardy, Valentine Dyall, Ralph Richardson, Cyril Cusack

20. British Broadcasting Corporation. "Moby Dick - Sound Archive." BBC Programme Catalogue. <http://open.bbc.co.uk/catalogue/infax/programme/SX+14594_0>.
Description: BBC Programme Catalogue record for a remake of Reed's radio adaptation of Melville's Moby Dick. External link.

Link: Moby Dick - Sound Archive 
Subjects: Link, Play, Radio
References: Moby Dick, John Tydeman, Ian Cotterell, Antony Hopkins, Timothy Bentinck, Denys Hawthorne, John Hollis, Geoffrey Matthews, Andrew Branch, John Bull

21. British Broadcasting Corporation. "The Monument." <http://open.bbc.co.uk/catalogue/infax/programme/SX+25915_2>.
Description: BBC Programme Catalogue record for the broadcast of Reed's Leopardi play, The Monument.

Link: The Monument 
Subjects: Link, Play, Radio
References: Giacomo Leopardi, The Monument

22. British Broadcasting Corporation. "A Very Great Man Indeed - 17 May 1961." BBC Programme Catalogue. <http://open.bbc.co.uk/catalogue/infax/programme/SX+28003_6>.
Description: BBC Programme Catalogue record for a "new production" of Reed's 1953 radio play, A Very Great Man Indeed. External link.

Link: A Very Great Man Indeed - 17 May 1961 
Subjects: Link, Play, Radio
References: A Very Great Man Indeed, Donald Swann, Douglas Cleverdon, Denis Quilley, Carleton Hobbes, Norman Shelley, Marjorie Westbury, Frank Duncan, Hugh Burden, Betty Hardy

23. British Broadcasting Corporation. "A Very Great Man Indeed - 28 December 1987." BBC Programme Catalogue. <http://open.bbc.co.uk/catalogue/infax/programme/DA+87284_1>.
Description: BBC Programme Catalogue record for a rebroadcast of A Very Great Man Indeed. External link.

Link: A Very Great Man Indeed - 28 December 1987 
Subjects: Link, Play, Radio
References: A Very Great Man Indeed, Hugh Burden, Douglas Cleverdon, Donald Swann

24. Burgess, Patricia, ed. "Henry Reed." Annual Obituary, 1986. Chicago: St. James Press, 1989. 729-732.
Description: Reed's obituary contains a lengthy biography and full bibliography, culled from several sources.

Chapter: Henry Reed 
Subjects: Biography, Criticism, Poem, Play
References: Chard Whitlow, Philoctetes, Chrysothemis, Naming of Parts, Judging Distances, The Novel Since 1939, Moby Dick, A Very Great Man Indeed, The Private lIfe of Hilda Tablet, Not a Drum Was Heard

25. "Calendar." Theatre Arts 47, no. 11 (November 1963): 2.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's Corruzione al Palazzo di Giustizia is listed as playing off-Broadway, at the Cherry Lane Theatre.

Journal: Calendar 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Corruption inthe Palace of Justice

26. "Calendar." Theatre Arts 47, no. 12 (December 1963): 2.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's Corruzione al Palazzo di Giustizia is listed as playing off-Broadway, at the Cherry Lane Theatre.

Journal: Calendar 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Corruption in the Palace of Justice

27. Calta, Louis. "'Island of Goats' Arrives Tonight." New York Times, 4 October 1955, 38.
Description: Announcement of the Fulton Theatre premiere for Reed's translation of Betti's Island of Goats.

Newspaper: "Island of Goats" Arrives Tonight 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, Uta Hagen, Laurence Harvey, Ruth Ford

28. Calta, Louis. "Broadway to See Betti Drama." New York Times, 8 July 1960, 17.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's The Queen and the Rebels is expected in winter of 1960, and the 1955 London production of The Burnt Flower-Bed is mentioned.

Newspaper: Broadway to See Betti Drama 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Queen and the Rebels, The Burnt Flower-Bed, Irene Worth

29. Calta, Louis. "News of the Stage." New York Times, 9 June 1974, 56.
Description: The Roundabout Theatre Company intends to produce Reed's translation of Betti's The Burnt Flower-Bed, starting July 2.

Newspaper: News of the Stage 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Burnt Flower-Bed

30. Calta, Louis. "Uta Hagen Signs for Betti Drama." New York Times, 25 August 1955, 17.
Description: Announces actress Uta Hagen to costar in Reed's translation of Betti's Island of Goats.

Newspaper: Uta Hagen Signs for Betti Drama 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, Uta Hagen, Laurence Harvey

31. Carpenter, Humphrey. The Envy of the World: Fifty Years of the BBC Third Programme and Radio 3, 1946-1996. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1996. xi, 38, 59, 78, 108, 135-139, 145, 147, 152n, 159-161, 164, 169, 187-188, 213-214.
Description: A veritable treasure-trove of inside information on Reed's successes and tribulations while at the BBC.

Book: The Envy of the World 
Subjects: Biography, Criticism, Play
References: The Dynasts, Emily Butter, The Great Desire I Had, A Hedge, Backwards, Moby Dick, Musique Discrète, Not a Drum Was Heard, The Primal Scene, As It Were, The Private Life of Hilda Tablet, Pytheas

32. Castagna, Gabriella. "La 'Fortuna' Scenica di Ugo Betti nel Nord America." Forum Italicum 33, no. 2 (Fall 1999): 535-544.
Description: Reviews the staging of many of Betti's plays in the United States, including adaptations by Reed. In Italian.

Journal: La "Fortuna" Scenica di Ugo Betti nel Nord America 
Subjects: Criticism, Translation, Play
References: Ugo Betti, Corruption in the Palace of Justice, Crime on Goat Island, Irene Innocente, Time of Vengeance, The Queen and the Rebels

33. Coffin, Rachel W., ed. "Island of Goats." New York Theatre Critics' Reviews 16, no. 17 (10 October 1955): 260-263.
Description: Reproduces theatre reviews from The New York World Telegram and The Sun, The New York Daily News, The New York Journal-American, The New York Post, The New York Herald Tribune, The New York Times, and The New York Daily Mirror.

Journal: Island of Goats 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island

34. Davalle, Peter, ed. "Today's Television and Radio Programmes." Times (London), 19 November 1981, 27.
Description: Reed's 1979 of his adaptation of Moby Dick is replayed this evening on Radio 3.

Newspaper: Today's Television and Radio Programmes 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Radio
References: Moby Dick, Colin Blakely

35. Davalle, Peter, ed. "Today's Television and Radio Programmes." Times (London), 10 December 1981, 27.
Description: To go with an exhibition of Gonzaga family treasures at the V&A in London, BBC Radio 3 has scheduled Reed's play, Vincenzo.

Newspaper: Today's Television and Radio Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Vincenzo, Gladys Young, Norman Shelley, Marjorie Westbury, Cecile Chevreau, Newton Blick, Barbara Couper

36. De-la-Noy, Michael. Eddy: The Life of Edward Sackville-West. London: Arcadia, 1999. 192, 210, 262.
Description: Biography of writer and musicologist Edward Sackville-West mentions Reed at Long Crichel House in 1946, and Donald McWhinnie believing Reed 'the wrong person' for a translation of Montherlant.

Book: Eddy: The Life of Edward Sackville-West (1900850206)
Subjects: Biography, Play, Translation
References: Edward Sackville-West, Henri de Montherlant, Elizabeth Bowen, Douglas Cleverdon, Donald McWhinnie, The Private Life of Hilda Tablet

37. Drabble, Margaret, and Jenny Stringer, eds. The Concise Oxford Companion to English Literature. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1996. 485.
Description: A two-sentence biography of Reed.

Book: The Concise Oxford Companion to English Literature. 
Subjects: Biography, Play
References: Naming of Parts

38. Drakakis, John. Introduction to British Radio Drama. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1981. 1-36.

Book: British Radio Drama (0521221838)
Subjects: Criticism, Play

39. eNotes. "The Advertisement Summary, Essay, Quotes and Pictures." eNotes.com. <http://www.enotes.com/advertisement/>.
Description: An introduction to The Advertisement with a summary of the play, and a biography of the author, Natalia Ginzburg. External link.

Link: The Advertisement Summary 
Subjects: Link, Play, Translation
References: Natalia Ginzburg, The Advertisement

40. Esslin, Martin. "The Advertisement." Letter to the editor. Times (London), 1 October 1968, 11.
Description: Defends The Advertisement as a Marzotto Prize winner.

Newspaper: The Advertisement 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Natalia Ginzburg, The Advertisment

41. Evans, Gerard. "Too Much Simulating." Listener 80, no. 2054 (8 August 1968): 187.
Description: Reed's translation of The Land Where the King is a Child was broadcast for the fourth time.

Journal: Too Much Simulating 
Subjects: Play, Radio, Translation
References: Henri Montherlant, The Land Where the King is a Child, Denholm Elliott, Carleton Hobbs

42. Ford, Boris, ed. The Cambridge Cultural History of Britain. Vol. 9, Modern Britain. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1988. 5, 225-226.
Description: Reed's Hilda Tablet series is mentioned in a discussion of post-war drama.

Book: The Cambridge Cultural History of Britain (0521327652)
Subjects: Criticism, Play
References: Naming of Parts, The Private Life of Hilda Tablet

43. Ford, Christopher. "The Reeve's Tale." Guardian (Manchester), 20 November 1971, 10.
Description: An excellent interview with Reed, for a retrospective of the Hilda Tablet series of radio plays.

Newspaper: The Guardian (Manchester), Nov. 1971 
Subjects: Biography, Criticism, Play
References: A Very Great Man Indeed, Emily Butter, A Hedge, Backwards, Not a Drum Was Heard, Naming of Parts, Moby Dick, The Streets of Pompeii, After a Certain Age

44. France, Peter, ed. The Oxford Guide to Literature in English Translation. New York: Oxford University Press, 2000. 487.
Description: Ugo Betti's 'austere, literary but deeply felt speech is well caught' by Reed's translations.

Book: The Oxford Guide to Literature in English Translation (0198183593)
Subjects: Translation, Criticism, Play
References: Ugo Betti

45. Frank, Leah D. "A Stranger Knocks, and a Thriller Begins." Review of Crime on Goat Island, by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed. East Farmingdale, NY, Arena Players Repertory Theatre. New York Times, 26 July 1987, LI21.
Description: A review of an Arena Playhouse staging of Reed's translation of Betti's Crime on Goat Island.

Newspaper: A Stranger Knocks, and a Thriller Begins 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island

46. Funke, Lewis. "News of the Rialto: Optimists." New York Times, 30 April 1961, X1.
Description: Mentions a summer of 1960 testing of Reed's translation of Betti's The Burnt Flower-Bed in Westport, CT.

Newspaper: News of the Rialto: Optimists 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Burnt Flower-Bed

47. Gelb, Arthur. "News and Gossip of the Rialto." New York Times, 21 August 1955, 97.
Description: Goat Island, Betti's play translated by Reed, to open on October 4, 1955.

Newspaper: News and Gossip of the Rialto 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island

48. Gill, Brendan. "Pinchbeck Profundities." Review of The Queen and the Rebels, by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed. Plymouth Theatre, New York. New Yorker, 11 October 1982, 156.
Description: The reviewer feels that 'lyricism is nearly always the first victim of the translator.'

Journal: Pinchbeck Profundities 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels, Colleen Dewhurst, Peter Michael Goetz, Scott Hylands, Betty Miller, David Jenkins, Jane Greenwood, John McLain, Waris Hussein

49. Ginzburg, Natalia. The Advertisement. Translated by Henry Reed. London: Faber and Faber, 1969.
Description: Reed's translation of Ginzburg's play, L'Inserzione.

Play: The Advertisement (0571091539)
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Natalia Ginzburg, The Advertisement

50. Ginzburg, Natalia. The Advertisement. Translated by Henry Reed. In The New Theatre of Europe, v. 4 no. 1. New York: Dell, 1970. 1-46.
Description: Reed's translation of Ginzburg's Inserzione.

Play: The Advertisement 
Subjects: Translation
References: Natalia Ginzburg, The Advertisement

51. Ginzburg, Natalia. The Advertisement. Translated by Henry Reed. In Plays By and About Women: An Anthology, edited by Victoria Sullivan and James Hatch. New York: Random House, 1973. 295–344.

Play: The Advertisement (0394483472)
Subjects: Translation
References: Natalia Ginzburg, The Advertisement, A.D. Peters

52. Ginzburg, Natalia. The Advertisement. Translated by Henry Reed. In Plays By and About Women: An Anthology, edited by Victoria Sullivan and James Hatch. New York: Vintage Books, 1974. 295-344.
Description: Reed's English translation of Ginzburg's play is collected in this anthology.

Play: The Advertisement (0394718968)
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Natalia Ginzburg, The Advertisement

53. Gluck, Victor. Theatre review of The Queen and the Rebels by Ugo Betti. Back Stage 23 (8 October 1982): 68.
Description: Review of 1982 performance of Betti's The Queen and the Rebels, translated by Reed, at New York's Plymouth Theatre.

Journal: The Queen and the Rebels 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: The Queen and the Rebels

54. Goddard, Scott. "Radio Notes." Musical Times.
Description: Mentions broadcasts of Emily Butter and A Hedge, Backwards.

Journal: Radio Notes 
Subjects: Play
References: Emily Butter, A Hedge, Backwards

55. Gussow, Mel. "Theatre: Betti's 'Burnt Flowerbed' Comes to the Roundabout." Review of The Burnt Flowerbed by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed. Roundabout Theatre, New York, 24 July 1974. New York Times, 25 July 1974, 29.
Description: Review of the Roundabout Theatre premiere of Reed's translation of Betti's The Burnt Flower-Bed.

Newspaper: Theatre: Betti's 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Burnt Flower-Bed

56. Hassal, Christopher. "Notes on the Verse Drama." Masque 6 (1948): 36.
Description: Regarding verse drama on the radio, Hassal feels that Reed 'will have helped to found a tradition in this medium.'

Journal: Notes on the Verse Drama 
Subjects: Criticism, Radio, Play
References: Louis MacNeice, Patric Dickinson

57. "Crime on Goat Island." Headland View Associates. .
Description: Details of a 1965 Tower Theatre production of Reed's translation of Ugo Betti's play. External link.

Link: Crime on Goat Island 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island

58. Heilman, Robert B. The Ways of the World: Comedy and Society. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1978. 140, 283n.
Description: Heilman uses Ginzburg's The Advertisement (translated by Reed) as an example of "gray" comedy.

Book: The Ways of the World: Comedy and Society (0295955872)
Subjects: Criticism, Play
References: The Advertisement, Natalia Ginzburg

59. Henderson, Mary C. Mielziner: Master of Modern Stage Design. New York: Back Stage Press, 2001. 207, 309.
Description: Description and credits for the 1955 Fulton Theatre production of Reed's translation of Betti's Island of Goats.

Book: Mielziner: Master of Modern Stage Design (0823088235)
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Island of Goats, Jo Mielziner, Uta Hagen, Laurence Harvey

60. Hennessy, Brendan. Review of Sorrows of Love by Giuseppe Giacosa, translated by Henry Reed. Plays and Players 26, no. 3, iss. 302 (December 1978): 40.
Description: Hennesey feels that 'straight-forward dialogue carrying forward a strong narrative still work.'

Journal: Radio 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Giuseppe Giacosa, Sorrows of Love, John Tydeman, Eileen Atkins

61. Hischak, Thomas S. American Theatre: A Chronicle of Comedy and Drama, 1969-2000. New York: Oxford University Press, 2001. 75.
Description: Mentions a 1974 performance of Reed's translation of Betti's The Burnt Flowerbed at New York's Roundabout Theatre.

Book: American Theatre: A Chronicle of Comedy and Drama (0195090799)
Subjects: Translation, Play, Criticism
References: The Burnt Flowerbed, Ugo Betti

62. Hope-Wallace, Philip. "Live Whale and Dead Sprats." Review of Moby Dick: A Play for Radio, adapted by Henry Reed. BBC Third Programme, 25 January 1947. Listener 37, no. 942 (30 January 1947): 215.
Description: Hope-Wallace says of Reed's radio adaptation of Melville's novel: 'This kind of success is all too rare in radio.'

Journal: The Listener 
Subjects: Criticism, Radio, Play
References: Moby Dick

63. Hope-Wallace, Philip. "Laying a Ghost." Listener 43, no. 1103 (16 March 1950): 492.
Description: Dismisses Reed's Leopardi plays as "interesting and admirably done, as far as that kind of thing goes."

Journal: The Listener 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Radio
References: Giocomo Leopardi, The Unblest, The Monument, Rayner Heppenstall

64. Hughes, Pennethorne. "Howards Beginning." Review of The America Prize, by Dino Buzzati. Translated by Henry Reed. Listener 71, no. 1839 (25 June 1964): 1045.
Description: Hughes calls Reed's translation 'a moving experience: sophisticated and intelligent.'

Journal: Howards Beginning 
Subjects: Play, Radio, Translation
References: Dino Buzzati, The America Prize

65. Hughes, Pennethorne. "Out of Mind." Review of Zone 36, by Dino Buzzati. Translated by Henry Reed. Listener 73, no. 1879 (1 April 1965): 500.
Description: Hughes calls the play a 'fine old shambles,' and a work of 'space fiction.'

Journal: Out of Mind 
Subjects: Play, Radio, Translation
References: Zone 36, Dino Buzzati, Marjorie Westbury, Martin Esslin

66. "Production Credits for Island of Goats." Internet Broadway Database. <:http://www.ibdb.com/production.asp?ID=2532>.
Description: Credits for the 1955 New York production of Reed's translation of Ugo Betti's Crime on Goat Island. External link.

Link: Production Credits for Island of Goats 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island

67. "Production Credits for The Queen and the Rebels." Internet Broadway Database. <http://www.ibdb.com/production.asp?ID=4185>.
Description: Credits for the 1982 New York production of Reed's translation of Ugo Betti's The Queen and the Rebels. External link.

Link: Production Credits for The Queen and the Rebels 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels

68. "The Queen and the Rebels." Internet Theatre Database. <http://www.theatredb.com/QShow.php?sid=s1234>.
Description: Credits for the 1982 New York production of Reed's translation of Ugo Betti's The Queen and the Rebels.

Link: The Queen and the Rebels 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels

69. "Island of Goats." Theatre Arts 39, no. 12 (December 1955): 23.
Description: Summary and criticism for the Fulton Theatre production of Reed's translation of Ugo Betti's play, Delitto all'Isola delle Capre.

Journal: Island of Goats 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, Henry Sharp, Ruth Ford, Laurence Harvey, Uta Hagen, Tani Seitz

70. Kalb, Bernard. "Pre-war Troy and Wartime Amsterdam Provide Settings for Two Drama This Week." New York Times, 2 October 1955, X1.
Description: Includes an announcement for the opening of Reed's translation of Betti's Island of Goats.

Newspaper: Pre-war Troy and Wartime Amsterdam 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, Uta Hagen, Laurence Harvey, Ruth Ford

71. King's Theatre, Glasgow. Programme for Summertime, by Ugo Betti. Translated by Henry Reed. University of Glasgow Special Collections. GB 247 STA Ff 10/11b. Glasgow, Scotland.

Manuscript: Programme for Summertime 
Subjects: Link, Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Summertime

72. Laws, Frederick. "Much Ambivalence." Review of The House on the Water, by Ugo Betti. Translated by Henry Reed. Listener 65, no. 1663 (9 February 1961): 282.
Description: Laws feels Reed's translation 'didn't come off at all.'

Journal: Much Ambivalence 
Subjects: Play, Radio, Translation
References: The House on the Water, Ugo Betti

73. Laws, Frederick. "Shop Window." Listener 65, no. 1678 (25 May 1961): 941-942 [942].
Description: In his review of a revised production of A Very Great Man Indeed, Laws says 'the number of memorable and established plays specifically for radio by writers of the quality of Mr. Reed is not as great as an enthusiast would wish to boast.'

Journal: Shop Window 
Subjects: Play
References: A Very Great Man Indeed

74. "Emily Butter." A Librarian on the Web. <http://www.webrarian.co.uk/reed/emily_butter.html>.
Description: Cast and production notes for Reed's operatic radio play, Emily Butter. External link.

Link: Emily Butter 
Subjects: Play, Criticism, Radio
References: Emily Butter

75. "A Hedge, Backwards." A Librarian on the Web. <http://www.webrarian.co.uk/reed/hedge_backwards.html>.
Description: Cast and production notes for Reed's radio play A Hedge, Backwards. External link.

Link: A Hedge, Backwards 
Subjects: Play, Criticism, Radio
References: A Hedge, Backwards

76. "The Hilda Tablet Plays." A Librarian on the Web. <http://www.webrarian.co.uk/reed/hilda_tablet_plays.html>.
Description: An introduction to the seven-part cycle of radio plays written by Reed for the BBC between 1953 and 1959. External link.

Link: The Hilda Tablet Plays 
Subjects: Play, Biography, Criticism, Radio
References: The Private Life of Hilda Tablet, A Very Great Man Indeed, Emily Butter, A Hedge, Backwards, The Primal Scene, As It Were, Not a Drum Was Heard, Musique Discrète

77. "Musique Discrète." A Librarian on the Web. <http://www.webrarian.co.uk/reed/musique_discrete.html>.
Description: Cast and production credits for Reed's play Musique Discrète. External link.

Link: Musique Discrète 
Subjects: Play, Criticism, Radio
References: Musique Discrète

78. "Not a Drum Was Heard." A Librarian the Web. <http://www.webrarian.co.uk/reed/not_a_drum.html>.
Description: Cast and production notes for Reed's radio play Not a Drum Was Heard: The War Memoirs of General Gland. External link.

Link: Not a Drum Was Heard 
Subjects: Play, Criticism, Radio
References: Not a Drum Was Heard

79. "The Primal Scene, As It Were." A Librarian on the Web. <http://www.webrarian.co.uk/reed/primal_scene.html>.
Description: Cast and production notes for Reed's radio play The Primal Scene, As It Were. External link.

Link: The Primal Scene, As It Were 
Subjects: Play, Criticism, Radio
References: The Primal Scene, As It Were

80. "The Private Life of Hilda Tablet." A Librarian on the Web. <http://www.webrarian.co.uk/reed/hilda_tablet.html>.
Description: Cast and production notes for Reed's radio play The Private Life of Hilda Tablet. External link.

Link: The Private Life of Hilda Tablet 
Subjects: Play, Criticism, Radio
References: The Private Life of Hilda Tablet

81. "A Very Great Man Indeed." A Librarian on the Web. <http://www.webrarian.co.uk/reed/a_very_great_man_indeed.html>.
Description: Cast and production credits for Reed's play A Very Great Man Indeed. External link.

Link: A Very Great Man Indeed 
Subjects: Play, Criticism, Radio
References: A Very Great Man Indeed

82. Licastro, Emanuele. Ugo Betti: An Introduction. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 1985. 3, 42, 82, 106-109, 145n, 155n, 158n, 159n.
Description: Quotes from Reed's translations of Betti.

Book: Ugo Betti: An Introduction (0899501419)
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti

83. "Drama: Radio 3." Listener 95, no. 2443 (5 February 1976): iv.
Description: Schedule of upcoming programs has Reed's translation of Ginzburg's The Wig for March 23.

Journal: Drama: Radio 3 
Subjects: Play, Radio, Translation
References: The Wig, Natalia Ginzburg, Eleanor Bron

84. "Plays and Features." Supplement to Listener 79, no. 2047 (20 June 1968): ii.
Description: Upcoming programs include Reed's translation of Ginzburg's the Advertisement, recorded in advance and broadcast the same night as the stage premiere at the Old Vic Theatre, starring Joan Plowright.

Journal: Plays and Features 
Subjects: Biography, Play, Radio
References: Natalia Ginzburg, The Advertisement, Joan Plowright

85. "Some Coming Events on Radio 3." Supplement to Listener 83, no. 2139 (26 March 1970): i.
Description: In April, the fourth broadcast of Musique Discrète, originally aired in 1959.

Journal: Some Coming Events on Radio 3 
Subjects: Radio, Play
References: Musique Discrète

86. "Third Programme Quarterly Plan." Supplement to Listener 80, no. 2060 (19 September 1968): i.
Description: Upcoming repeat of Reed's translation of Ginzburg's The Advertisement.

Journal: Third Programme Quarterly Plan 
Subjects: Radio, Play
References: Natalia Ginzburg, The Advertisement, Joan Plowright, Derek Jacobi, Rosalind Shanks, Carol Mason

87. "Third Programme Quarterly Plan." Supplement to Listener 80, no. 2073 (19 December 1968): i.
Description: Scheduled tribute to Mary O'Farrell, and an upcoming rebroadcast of A Very Great Man Indeed.

Anthology: Third Programme Quarterly Plan 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Mary O'Farrell

88. Literature. British Book News, February 1972. 153.
Description: A short review of Reed's two collections of plays issued by the BBC: The Streets of Pompeii and Other Plays for Radio, and Hilda Tablet and Others: Four Pieces for Radio.

Journal: Literature 
Subjects: Criticism, Play
References: The Streets of Pompeii, The Private Life of Hilda Tablet

89. Lloyd, L.C. "On the Air." Review of Moby Dick: A Play for Radio, by Henry Reed. Spectator 178, no. 6189 (7 February 1947): 174.
Description: Reed 'was a bold man to make the attempt,' but the play was 'like trying to put Niagara in a bottle. Still, 'his achievement was considerable.'

Journal: On the Air 
Subjects: Radio, Play, Criticism
References: Moby Dick

90. Lortel, Lucille. 8 photographs for Irene Innocente by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed. Lucille Lortel Papers, 1902-2000. Sub-series 2: White Barn Theatre, 1947-1998. Box 99, folder 6. July 12-13, 1958. Billy Rose Theatre Collection, New York

Manuscript: Photographs for Irene Innocente 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Irene Innocente, John Conrad, Adelaide Klein, David Kurzon, Gerald Price, Delmar Roos

91. Mankin, Paul A. Review of Three Plays on Justice: Landslide, Struggle till Dawn, The Fugitive, by Ugo Betti, translated by G.H. McWilliam. College Composition and Communication 16, no. 3 (October 1965): 180-181 [180].
Description: Comparing these with Reed's more "felicitous" translations, the author finds them 'suffering.'

Journal: Review of Three Plays 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Summertime, The Burnt Flower-Bed, The Queen and the Rebels, Crime on Goat Island, G.H. McWilliam

92. Marlowe, Joan, and Betty Blake, eds. "Queen and the Rebels (The)." New York Theatre Critics' Reviews 43, no. 12 (4 October 1982): 202-206.
Description: Reproduces reviews from The New York Times, The New York Daily News, Women's Wear Daily, The New York Post, The Christian Science Monitor, WCBS TV2, and WABC TV7.

Journal: Queen and the Rebels (The) 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels

93. Mielziner, Jo. Production file for Island of Goats by Ugo Betti, English version by Henry Reed. Jo Mielziner Papers, 1903-1976. Series IV: Productions, 1924-1976. Box 38, folder 8. 1955. Billy Rose Theatre Collection, New York Public Library for

Manuscript: Production File for Island of Goats 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island

94. Mitchell, A.J. "The Advertisement." Letter to the editor. Times (London), 2 October 1968, 11.
Description: Letter criticizing Esslin's defense of Ginzburg's play.

Newspaper: The Advertisement 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Natalia Ginzburg, The Advetisement, Martin Esslin

95. de Montherlant, Henry. The Land Where the King is a Child, translated and adapted by Henry Reed. BBC Third Programme, April 5 1960.
Description: Reed adapted de Montherlant's play La Ville dont le Prince est un Enfant for BBC radio.

Radio: The Land Where the King is a Child 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Henry de Montherlant, The Land Where The King is a Child, Denholm Elliott

96. Morris, John. "Britain's Case for Egghead Radio." New York Times, 9 December 1956, 19-20, 22 [22].
Description: In discussing the BBC's Third Programme, Reed is called 'perhaps the most accomplished writer of sophisticated satire now working in radio.'

Newspaper: Britain's Case for Egghead Radio 
Subjects: Biography, Criticism, Play

97. New York Times, Advertisement for Island of Goats, 25 September 1955, X4.
Description: Ad for Reed's version of Betti's Island of Goats at the Fulton Theatre, starring Uta Hagen, Laurence Harvey, and Ruth Ford.

Newspaper: Advertisement for Island of Goats 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, Laurence Harvey, Uta Hagen, Ruth Ford

98. New York Times. Advertisement for Island of Goats. 27 September 1955, 42.
Description: Ad for Reed's version of Betti's Island of Goats at the Fulton Theatre, starring Uta Hagen, Laurence Harvey, and Ruth Ford.

Newspaper: Advertisement for Island of Goats 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, Uta Hagen, Laurence Harvey, Ruth Ford

99. New York Times. Advertisement for Island of Goats. 29 September 1955, 37.
Description: An ad for a production of Betti's Island of Goats.

Newspaper: Advertisement for Island of Goats 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island

100. New York Times. Advertisement for Island of Goats. 2 October 1955, X4.
Description: Ad for Reed's version of Betti's Island of Goats at the Fulton Theatre, starring Uta Hagen, Laurence Harvey, and Ruth Ford.

Newspaper: Advertisement for Island of Goats 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, Uta Hagen, Laurence Harvey, Ruth Ford

101. New York Times. "The Openings." 6 October 1963, 129.
Description: Announcement for the opening of Betti's Corruption in the Palace of Justice.

Newspaper: The Openings 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Corruption in the Palace of Justice

102. New York Times. Photograph of Ruth Ford. 23 September 1955, 20.
Description: Ruth Ford to replace Betty Field in production of Betti's Island of Goats.

Newspaper: Photograph of Ruth Ford 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, Ruth Ford

103. New York Times. "Radio." 7 October 1959, 87.
Description: The schedule for WYNC has Reed's The Streets of Pompeii as a "Drama from Canada."

Newspaper: Radio 
Subjects: Play
References: The Streets of Pompeii

104. New York Times. "Radio." 8 April 1961, 43.
Description: The radio schedule for this date lists the BBC's broadcast of Reed's The Street of Pompeii.

Newspaper: Radio 
Subjects: Play
References: The Streets of Pompeii, Flora Robson, Marius Goring

105. Ottaway, Hugh. "Broadcast Music." Musical Times 99, no. 1382 (April 1958): 198-199 [198].
Description: Mentions Reed's Hilda Tablet plays, commenting on Emily Butter.

Journal: Broadcast Music 
Subjects: Play
References: The Private Life of Hilda Tablet, Emily Butter

106. Parker, Derek. "Dramatic Imports." Listener 100, no. 2584 (2 November 1978): 583.
Description: Parker feels that Reed's adaptation of Giacosa's Sorrows of Love 'topples into melodrama in the last act.'

Journal: Dramatic Imports 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Radio
References: Giusepe Giacosa, Sorrows of Love, John Tydeman, Eileen Atkins, Charles Kay

107. Phillips, John. John Phillips Collection. University of Bristol Theatre Collection. 1032446266. Bristol, England.
Description: Collection of personal papers and theatre memorabilia contains material relating to Reed and his 1971 radio play, The Two Mrs Morlis.

Manuscript: John Phillips Collection 
Subjects: Biography, Play, Radio, Link
References: John Phillips, The Two Mrs Morlis

108. Phillips, John. John Phillips Papers. University of Birmingham Information Services, Special Collections. MS61. Birmingham, England.
Description: Papers of and collected by John Phillips relating to Reed, comprising letters and postcards; literary papers including manuscripts and typescripts of sonnets, poems and sketches; and cuttings, including reviews of his works.

Manuscript: John Phillips Papers 
Subjects: Biography, Play, Radio
References: John Phillips

109. Pike Theatre Club, Dublin. Programme for Crime on Goat Island, by Ugo Betti. Translated by Henry Reed. University of Glasgow Special Collections. GB 247 STA Fj 3/27. Glasgow, Scotland.

Manuscript: Programme for Crime on Goat Island 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Link
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island

110. Pirandello, Luigi. All for the Best. Translated by Henry Reed. In Right You Are! Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin, 1962.
Description: Reed's translation of Pirandello's Tutto per Bene.

Play: All for the Best 
Subjects: Translation
References: Luigi Pirandello, All for the Best

111. "Pictures of the Poet Henry Reed." The Poetry of Henry Reed. <http://www.solearabiantree.net/namingofparts/pictures.html>.
Description: Photographs of Reed, and images relating to his books, plays, and poems.

Link: Pictures of the Poet Henry Reed 
Subjects: Link, Biography, Play, Poem
References: Henry Reed, The Advertisement, The Chateau, Moby Dick

112. The Poetry of Henry Reed. "Timeline for the Poet Henry Reed." <http://www.solearabiantree.net/namingofparts/timeline.html>.
Description: Major events in Reed's life listed by year, including his publications, travels, and productions of his radio plays and translations.

Link: Timeline of Henry Reed's Life 
Subjects: Biography, Translation, Play
References: The Burnt Flower-Bed, Corruption in the Palace of Justice, The Advertisement, Crime on Goat Island, Naming of Parts, Judging Distances, Movement of Bodies, Unarmed Combat, Returning of Issue, The Queen and the Rebels

113. Potter, Julian. Stephen Potter at the BBC: "Features" in War and Peace. Orford, Suffolk: Orford Books, 2004. 187, 190, 195-197.
Description: Contains a short chapter on Stephen Potter's production of Reed's BBC adaptation of Moby Dick.

Book: Stephen Potter at the BBC 
Subjects: Biography, Play, Radio
References: Moby Dick

114. "The Programmes in Detail." Listener 36, no 924 (26 September 1946): 111.
Description: In this issue devoted to the inauguration of the BBC's Third Programme, Reed's radio adaptation of Moby Dick is mentioned as a coming attraction.

Journal: The Programmes in Detail 
Subjects: Review, Radio, Play
References: Moby Dick

115. Pryce Jones, Alan. "Broadcasting and Literature." Listener 42, no. 1074 (25 August 1949): 317-319 [318].
Description: Pryce Jones says of the radio version of Moby Dick: '[I]t is absorbing to watch the skill with which Henry Reed has adapted Melville's dialogue, and tightened his plot into a more strictly dramatic form.'

Journal: Broadcasting and Literature 
Subjects: Criticism, Radio, Play
References: Louis MacNeice, The Voyage of Magellan, Edward Sackville-West, The Rescue, Moby Dick

116. Radio Times, Billing for Malatesta, 22 February 1952, 27.
Description: Reed's translation of de Montherlant's play is scheduled for February 26, 1952.

Journal: Billing for Malatesta 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Henry de Montherlant, Howard Marion-Crawford, E.A. Harding

117. Radio Times, "Deryck Guyler in 'Not a Drum Was Heard': The War Memoirs of General Gland," 22 May 1959, 31.
Description: Schedule for a repeat broadcast of Reed's radio play.

Newspaper: Deryck Guyler in "Not a Drum Was Heard" 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Not a Drum Was Heard, Douglas Cleverdon, Deryck Guyler, Michael Flanders, Frank Duncan, Hugh Burden, Mary O'Farrell, Marjorie Westbury, Carleton Hobbs, Donald Swann

118. Radio Times, "Emily Butter: An Occasion Recalled," 12 November 1954, 11.
Description: Broadcast schedule and cast credits for the first performance of 'Hilda Tablet's opera at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden.'

Newspaper: Emily Butter: An Occasion Recalled 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Emily Butter, Mary O'Farrell, Hugh Burden, Frank Duncan, Marjorie Westbury, Deryck Guyler, Douglas Cleverdon

119. Radio Times, "Fun in Literary Bohemia," Both Sides of the Microphone, 4 September 1953, 6-7.
Description: A short introduction to the world in Reed's radio play, A Very Great Man Indeed.

Newspaper: Fun in Literary Bohemia 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: A Very Great Man Indeed

120. Radio Times, "General Gland," Round and About, 1 May 1959, 4.
Description: A short column introducing Reed's next radio play in the Hilda Tablet sequence.

Newspaper: General Gland 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Not a Drum Was Heard, Deryck Guyler, Michael Flanders, Dorothy Primrose, Frank Duncan, Donald Swann

121. Radio Times, "The Great Desire I Had: Shakespeare and Italy," 24 October 1952, 19, 35.
Description: Broadcast schedule and cast information for Reed's fictional account of Shakespeare visiting Italy.

Newspaper: The Great Desire I Had: Shakespeare and Italy 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Great Desire I Had, Marius Goring, Flora Robson, John Phillips, Frank Duncan, Carleton Hobbs, Douglas Cleverdon

122. Radio Times, "Hugh Burden and Carleton Hobbs in 'A Hedge, Backwards': A Discovery for Radio," 24 February 1956.
Description: Broadcast schedule and cast description for Reed's radio play, "A Hedge, Backwards."

Newspaper: Hugh Burden and Carleton Hobbs in "A Hedge, Backwards" 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: A Hedge, Backwards, Douglas Cleverdon, Gwen Cherrell, Dorothy Primrose, Denis Quilloy, Wilfrid Downing, Marjorie Westbury, Mary O'Farrell, Allan McClelland, Donald Swann

123. Radio Times, "Hugh Burden in 'A Very Great Man Indeed,' 4 September 1953, 19, 31.
Description: Broadcast schedule and cast information for the first play in Reed's Hilda Tablet cycle, A Very Great Man Indeed.

Newspaper: Hugh Burden in "A Very Great man Indeed" 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: A Very Great Man Indeed, Douglas Cleverdon, Hugh Burden, Carleton Hobbs, Gwen Cherrell, Marjorie Westbury, Frank Duncan, Susan Richmond, Mary O'Farrell, Donald Swann

124. Radio Times, "Marius Goring and Flora Robson in 'The Streets of Pompeii,'" 14 March 1952, 19, 31.
Description: Broadcast schedule and cast information for Reed's award-winning radio drama, The Streets of Pompeii.

Newspaper: Marius Goring and Flora Robson in "The Streets of Pompeii" 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Streets of Pompeii, Flora Robson, Marius Goring, Robert Rietty, Gwen Cherrell, Anthony Smith-Masters, Douglas Cleverdon

125. Radio Times, "Mary O'Farrell and Hugh Burden in 'The Private Life of Hilda Tablet': A Parenthesis for Radio," 21 May 1954, 19, 31.
Description: Broadcast schedule and cast credits for the second play in Reed's Hilda Tablet series.

Newspaper: Mary O'Farrell and Hugh Burden in "The Private Life of Hilda Tablet" 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Private Life of Hilda Tablet, Douglas Cleverdon, Mary O'Farrell, Hugh Burden, Carleton Hobbs, Marjorie Westbury, Susan Richmond, Frank Duncan, Deryck Guyler, Donald Swann

126. Radio Times, "Ralph Richardson as Ahab in 'Moby Dick' by Herman Melville," 24 January 1947, 8, 24.
Description: Broadcast schedule and cast information for Reed's radio adaptation of Moby Dick.

Newspaper: Ralph Richardson as Ahab in "Moby Dick" 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Moby Dick, Valentine Dyall, Cyril Cusack, Harry Quashie, Carleton Hobbs, Mark Dignam, Antony Hopkins, Ralph Richardson, Murray Davies, Bernard Miles

127. Radio Times, "The Unblest," 6 May 1949, 13.
Description: Broadcast schedule and cast information for Reed's play on the Italian poet, Leopardi.

Newspaper: The Unblest 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Unblest, Giacomo Leopardi, Rayner Heppenstall, David King Wood, Carleton Hobbs, Gladys Young, Abraham Sofaer, Marjorie Westbury

128. Radio Times, "The Unblest," 27 May 1949, 17.
Description: Broadcast schedule for a repeat broadcast of Reed's radio play on the Italian poet, Leopardi.

Newspaper: The Unblest 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Unblest, Giacomo Leopardi, Rayner Heppenstall, David King Wood, Carleton Hobbs, Gladys Young, Marjorie Westbury

129. Reed, Henry. Radio Times (14 March 1952): 11.
Description: Introduction to The Streets of Pompeii.

Journal:  
Subjects: Play
References: The Streets of Pompeii

130. Reed, Henry. A By-Election in the Nineties. BBC radio broadcast, 1951.
Description: A lighthearted radio comedy, regarding a special election in a Hardyesque Dorchester.

Play: A By-Election in the Nineties 
Subjects: Play
References: A By-Election in the Nineties

131. Reed, Henry. Collected galleys, typescripts, and proofs. Richard L. Purdy Collection of Thomas Hardy. GEN MSS 111, Series VI, 805-809. Yale University, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, New Haven, CT.
Description: Richard L. Purdy's collection of Thomas Hardy material contains typescripts and corrected galleys of poems and radio plays by Reed.

Manuscript: Corrected galleys, typescripts, and proofs 
Subjects: Biography, Poem, Play
References: The Auction Sale, Bocca di Magra, Chard Whitlow, A Good Dream, The Interval, Summer

132. Reed, Henry. Correspondence with Jonathan Cape, Ltd., 1945-1950. University of Reading, Archives and Manuscripts. MS2446. Reading, England. 3 letters.
Description: Three letters from Reed to the publisher of A Map of Verona and Moby Dick: A Play for Radio.

Manuscript: Correspondence with Jonathan Cape 
Subjects: Biography, Poem, Play

133. Reed, Henry. Dedicatory letter to George D. Painter. In Hilda Tablet and Others: Four Pieces for Radio. London, British Broadcasting Corporation, 1971.
Description: Dedicatory letter to George D. Painter in the collection Hilda Tablet and Others.

Book: Dedication to Hilda Tablet and Others (0563101636)
Subjects: Play, Biography
References: A Very Great Man Indeed, The Private Life of Hilda Tablet, A Hedge, Backwards, The Primal Scene, As It Were

134. Reed, Henry. "Deryck Guyler in 'Not a Drum Was Heard': The War Memoirs of General Gland." Radio Times, 1 May 1959, 41.
Description: Includes a short, introductory note by Reed.

Newspaper: Deryck Guyler in "Not a Drum Was Heard" 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Not a Drum Was Heard

135. Reed, Henry. "Did Shakespeare Go to Italy?" Radio Times, 24 October 1952, 7.
Description: Reed 'explains how he has let his imagination play round the possibilities' of Shakespeare being inspired by a visit to Italy.

Newspaper: Did Shakespeare Go to Italy? 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Great Desire I Had, William Shakespeare, Vincenzo Gonzaga

136. Reed, Henry. Emily Butter. Unpublished radio script. Broadcast on BBC Third Programme, 1955.
Description: A mostly-operatic performance by an almost entirely female cast, this 1954 play was conceived as a composition by Reed's Hilda Tablet character.

Play: Emily Butter 
Subjects: Play
References: Emily Butter

137. Reed, Henry. Foreword to The Streets of Pompeii and Other Plays for Radio. London: British Broadcasting Corporation, 1971. Unpaged.
Description: Reed's foreword to his collection of radio drama The Streets of Pompeii and Other Plays for Radio.

Book: Foreword to The Streets of Pompeii 
Subjects: Play, Biography
References: The Unblest, The Monument, The Streets of Pompeii, Return to Naples, The Great Desire I Had, Vincenzo

138. Reed, Henry. Foreword to Three Plays by Ugo Betti. London: Gollancz, 1956.

Book: Foreword to Three Plays by Ugo Betti 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Review
References: Henry Reed, Foreword to Three Plays by Ugo Betti, Ugo Betti

139. Reed, Henry. Foreword to Three Plays by Ugo Betti. New York: Grove Press, 1958. 5-8.
Description: Reed's 'brief non-critical account of Betti's progress through his quarter-century of playwriting,' with some biographical details of the Italian poet and author.

Book: Foreword to Three Plays by Ugo Betti 
Subjects: Translation, Play, Review
References: Henry Reed, The Burnt Flower-Bed, Summertime, Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels, Foreword to Three Plays by Ugo Betti

140. Reed, Henry. The Great Desire I Had. In The Streets of Pompeii and Other Plays for Radio. London: British Broadcasting Corporation, 1971.
Description: In this radio play from 1952, Reed imagines Shakespeare visiting 16th century Mantua, and receiving inspiration from Duke Vincenzo Gonzaga.

Play: The Great Desire I Had 
Subjects: Play
References: The Great Desire I Had

141. Reed, Henry. A Hedge, Backwards. In Hilda Tablet and Others: Four Pieces for Radio. London, British Broadcasting Corporation, 1971.
Description: Another in the Hilda Tablet sequence, the biographer is confounded by relatives of his subject, including a brother-in-law, General Gland, played by Derek Guyler. Broadcast in 1956.

Play: A Hedge, Backwards 
Subjects: Play
References: A Hedge, Backwards

142. Reed, Henry. Hilda Tablet and Others: Four Pieces for Radio. London: British Broadcasting Corporation, 1971.
Description: Collection of Reed's radio drama for the BBC, including A Very Great Man Indeed, The Private Life of Hilda Tablet, A Hedge, Backwards, and The Primal Scene, As It Were.

Book: Hilda Tablet and Others 
Subjects: Play
References: A Very Great Man Indeed, The Private Life of Hilda Tablet, A Hedge, Backwards, The Primal Scene, As It Were

143. Reed, Henry. "Homage to Dame Hilda—Or Swann's Way." Radio Times, 23 October 1959, 6.
Description: Reed 'offers a few well-chosen words about "Musique Discrète.'

Newspaper: Homage to Dame Hilda 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Musique Discrète, Donald Swann

144. Reed, Henry. "Mary O'Farrell and Hugh Burden in 'The Private Life of Hilda Tablet': A Parenthesis for Radio." Radio Times, 21 May 1954, 19.
Description: Reed contributes a brief introduction.

Newspaper: Mary O'Farrell and Hugh Burden in The Private Life of Hilda Tabler 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Private Life of Hilda Tablet

145. Reed, Henry. Moby Dick: A Play for Radio from Herman Melville's Novel. London: Jonathan Cape, 1947.
Description: Reed's adaptation of Melville's novel for BBC radio had a cast which included Sir Ralph Richardson as Ahab, Cyril Cusack, and Bernard Miles.

Play: Moby Dick 
Subjects: Play
References: Moby Dick, Herman Melville

146. Reed, Henry. Leopardi, Part II: The Monument. In The Streets of Pompeii and Other Plays for Radio. London: British Broadcasting Corporation, 1971.
Description: Taking place eight years after The Unblest, Leopardi is a renowned poet, but suffers from unrequited love. Broadcast in 1950.

Play: The Monument 
Subjects: Play
References: Monument

147. Reed, Henry. Musique Discrète. Unpublished radio script. Broadcast on the BBC Third Programme, 1959.
Description: A request programme of compositions by Dame Hilda Tablet, broadcast in 1959.

Play: Musique Discrète 
Subjects: Play
References: Musique Discrète

148. Reed, Henry. Mycenae. Proposed radio script. Papers of Henry Reed. University of Birmingham Information Services, Special Collections. MS031. Birmingham, England.
Description: Reed's notebooks contain a draft of this unpublished radio play.

Manuscript: Mycenae 
Subjects: Play
References: Mycenae

149. Reed, Henry. Noises On. BBC radio play, 1947.
Description: BBC radio play.

Radio: Noises On 
Subjects: Play
References: Noises On

150. Reed, Henry. Not a Drum Was Heard: The War Memoirs of General Gland. Unpublished radio script. Broadcast on the BBC Third Programme, 6 May 1959.
Description: A tangent in the Hilda Tablet sequence, with overtones of General Montgomery. Broadcast in 1959.

Play: Not a Drum Was Heard 
Subjects: Play

151. Reed, Henry. Papers of Henry Reed. University of Birmingham Information Services, Special Collections. MS031. Birmingham, England.
Description: A collection of Reed's personal papers, correspondence, working notes, and drafts. See Research Libraries Bulletin, Autumn 1998, p. 12-14, for a description of the collection.

Manuscript: Papers of Henry Reed 
Subjects: Biography, Poem, Play, Link
References: The Candidate, Liberal Rhymes for Liberal Times, Voyage Autour de ma Chambre, Mycenae, Dance of the Seven Veils

152. Reed, Henry. Preface to Moby Dick: A Play for Radio from Herman Melville's Novel. London: Jonathan Cape, 1947. 5-11.
Description: Reed's preface to his adaptation of Melville's novel for BBC radio.

Book: Preface to Moby Dick: A Play for Radio 
Subjects: Play, Criticism, Biography
References: Moby Dick, Herman Melville, Ishmael

153. Reed, Henry. The Primal Scene, As It Were. In Hilda Tablet and Others: Four Pieces for Radio. London, British Broadcasting Corporation, 1971.
Description: Hilda Tablet and her entourage embark on a Mediterranean voyage in this psychoanalytical farce from 1958.

Play: The Primal Scene, As It Were 
Subjects: Play
References: Primal Scene, As It Were

154. Reed, Henry. "The Prisoner in the Palazzo." Radio Times, 6 May 1949, 7.
Description: An introduction to Reed's play 'in which he has dramatised the early life of the nineteenth-century Italian poet Leopardi.'

Newspaper: The Prisoner in the Palazzo 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Unblest, Giacomo Leopardi

155. Reed, Henry. The Private Life of Hilda Tablet. In Hilda Tablet and Others: Four Pieces for Radio. London, British Broadcasting Corporation, 1971.
Description: "Full frontal nudity was heard on radio for the first time," as Reed described it, in this 1954 follow-up to A Very Great Man Indeed.

Play: The Private Life of Hilda Tablet 
Subjects: Play
References: The Private Life of Hilda Tablet

156. Reed, Henry. "Pytheas." BBC Third Programme broadcast, 25 May 1947.
Description: Written in verse, this radio play follows Pytheas, the Greek traveler in search of the mysterious island kingdom, Ultima Thule.

Play: Pytheas 
Subjects: Play
References: Pytheas

157. Reed, Henry. Radio scripts. Cleverdon Mss. II. IV, British Broadcasting Corporation. University of Indiana Lilly Library, Manuscript Collections. Bloomington, IN.
Description: Collection of correspondence and scripts belonging to BBC producer and director, Douglas Cleverdon, at the University of Indiana's Lilly Library. External link.

Manuscript: Radio Scripts 
Subjects: Link, Radio, Poem, Play
References: Naming of Parts, Judging Distances, Unarmed Combat, Movement of Bodies, Psychological Warfare, Returning of Issue, Auction Sale, Vincenzo, The Streets of Pompeii, A Very Great Man Indeed

158. Reed, Henry. Return to Naples. In The Streets of Pompeii and Other Plays for Radio. London: British Broadcasting Corporation, 1971.
Description: Reed's semi-autobiographical radio play about an Englishman's visits to the Italian city over a period of twenty years. First broadcast in 1950.

Play: Return to Naples 
Subjects: Play
References: Return to Naples

159. Reed, Henry. The Streets of Pompeii. In The Streets of Pompeii and Other Plays for Radio. London: British Broadcasting Corporation, 1971.
Description: A "sort of dramatic poem," said Reed, this radio play centers on varied groups of visitors to the ruins of Pompeii. First broadcast in 1952, The Streets of Pompeii won the 1953 Italia Prize for literary or dramatic programmes.

Play: The Streets of Pompeii 
Subjects: Play
References: Streets of Pompeii

160. Reed, Henry. The Streets of Pompeii and Other Plays for Radio. London: British Broadcasting Corporation, 1971.
Description: Collection of Reed's radio drama for the BBC, including Leopardi: The Unblest, Leopardi: The Monument, The Streets of Pompeii, Return to Naples, The Great Desire I Had, and Vincenzo.

Book: The Streets of Pompeii and Other Plays for Radio (0563101644)
Subjects: Play
References: The Unblest, The Monument, The Streets of Pompeii, Return to Naples, The Great Desire I Had, Vincenzo

161. Reed, Henry. Leopardi, Part I: The Unblest. In The Streets of Pompeii and Other Plays for Radio. London: British Broadcasting Corporation, 1971.
Description: In this radio play, the young poet Count Giacomo Leopardi, a half-blind hunchback, is made miserable by his domineering mother. First broadcast in 1949.

Play: The Unblest 
Subjects: Play
References: Unblest

162. Reed, Henry. A Very Great Man Indeed. In Hilda Tablet and Others: Four Pieces for Radio. London, British Broadcasting Corporation, 1971.
Description: An earnest young biographer collects material for his subject, a famous novelist, in this satirical radio comedy, which introduced Reed's most well-known character, Hilda Tablet, played by Mary O'Farrell. Broadcast in 1953.

Play: A Very Great Man Indeed 
Subjects: Play
References: A Very Great Man Indeed

163. Reed, Henry. Vincenzo. In The Streets of Pompeii and Other Plays for Radio. London: British Broadcasting Corporation, 1971.
Description: In a narrative put forth by his four wives, this radio play follows the life of Duke Vincenzo Gonzaga I, from his nineteenth year to his deathbed. Broadcast in 1955.

Play: Vincenzo 
Subjects: Play
References: Vincenzo

164. Reed, Henry. "What the Wireless Can Do for Literature." BBC Quarterly 3 (1948-1949): 217-222.
Description: Reed's radio manifesto, which contains 'that blunt, crude acknowledgment of the fact that some listeners are fools, and some are not, and that we cannot wait for the fools to catch up with their betters.'

Journal: What the Wireless Can Do for Literature 
Subjects: Review, Play, Radio
References: Louis MacNeice, V.S. Pritchett

165. Reed, Henry and Ken Russell. Untitled television script. Papers of Henry Reed. University of Birmingham Information Services, Special Collections. MS031. Birmingham, England.
Description: Reed's notebooks contain a draft of this teleplay on composer Richard Strauss, which he would eventually abandon, and which became Ken Russell's Dance of the Seven Veils.

Manuscript: Untitled television script 
Subjects: Play
References: Ken Russell, Dance of the Seven Veils, Richard Strauss

166. Reed, Henry. "Captain Ahab and the Great White Whale." Radio Times, 24 January 1947, 4.
Description: Reed 'discusses the symbolism of the tale and explains how he has tackled the problems of adaptation.' A revised version of this article will become the Preface to the published version of the script.

Newspaper: Captain Ahab and the Great White Whale 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Moby Dick

167. Rich, Frank. "Stage: Colleen Dewhurst in Ugo Betti Revival." Review of The Queen and the Rebels, by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed. Plymouth Theatre, New York, 30 September 1982. New York Times, 1 October 1982, C3.
Description: The reviewer calls Circle in the Square's production of Reed's translation of Betti's The Queen and the Rebels 'clichéd' and 'flat.'

Newspaper: Stage: Colleen Dewhurst in Ugo Betti Revival 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels

168. Rodger, Ian. "A Hospital Hell." Listener 66, no. 1705 (30 November 1961): 947.
Description: Rodger's review of Reed's adaptation of Buzzati's A Hospital Case: '[A] forceful play with not a few moments of great theatre' with 'excellent use of radiophonic effects.'

Journal: A Hospital Hell 
Subjects: Criticism, Radio, Play
References: Dino Buzzati, A Hospital Case, Martin Esslin, Nigel Davenport, Stephen Murray, Matrick Magee

169. Salter, William. "Radio Notes." New Statesman and Nation 41, no. 1046 (24 March 1951): 342.
Description: A short review of Reed's radio play, A By-Election in the Nineties, originally broadcast on the BCC Third Programme on March 12, 1951. 'It wasn't rendered absurd enough, it wasn't funny enough, and the wit wasn't sharp or cruel enough for satire.'

Journal: Radio Notes 
Subjects: Criticism, Radio, Play
References: A By-Election in the Nineties

170. Salter, Williams. "Radio Notes." New Statesman and Nation 41, no. 1048 (7 April 1951): 392.
Description: Salter finds Reed's Canterbury Cathedral: An Exploration in Sound to be 'the most exciting feature programme I have heard for many, many months.'

Journal: Radio Notes 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Elisabeth Lutyens, Canterbury Cathedral

171. Salter, William. "Radio Notes." New Statesman and Nation 46, no. 1176 (19 September 1953): 315.
Description: Salter calls the debut of Reed's radio play, A Very Great Man Indeed, 'extremely good fun.'

Journal: Radio Notes 
Subjects: Criticism, Play
References: A Very Great Man Indeed, Carleton Hobbs

172. Salter, William. "Radio Notes." New Statesman and Nation 46, no. 1187 (5 December 1953): 716.
Description: Salter reviews Reed's radio adaptation of Pirandello's Tutto per bene, and finds that it 'remained obstinately at the level of a problem in the theory of knowledge.'

Journal: Radio Notes 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Luigi Pirandello, All for the Best, Vivienne Chatterton, Peter Claughton, Norman Shelley, George Hayes

173. Savage, Roger. "The Radio Plays of Henry Reed." In British Radio Drama, edited by John Drakakis. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1981. 158-190, 247-248, 273-276.
Description: "The Radio Plays of Henry Reed," a chapter by Roger Savage, detailing Reed's comedic and dramatic work for the BBC, with a bibliography of his plays.

Chapter: British Radio Drama (0521293839)
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Biography
References: A By-Election in the Nineties, A Very Great Man Indeed, The Private Life of Hilda Tablet, A Hedge, Backwards, The Primal Scene, As It Were, Not a Drum Was Heard, Musique Discrète, Emily Butter, The Monument, Summertime

174. Scammell, William. "Reed, Henry (1914-1986)." In The Oxford Companion to Twentieth-Century Poetry in English, edited by Ian Hamilton. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1994. 445.
Description: Very concise summation of Reed's major achievements in poetry and drama.

Chapter: Reed, Henry (1914-1986) (0198661479)
Subjects: Biography, Criticism, Poem, Play
References: Naming of Parts, Judging Distances, Unarmed Combat, Chard Whitlow, A Very Great Man Indeed, Moby Dick, Ugo Betti, Giacomo Leopardi, Thomas Hardy

175. Schwitzke, Heinz, ed. Reclams Hörspielführer. Stuttgart: Philipp Reclam, 1969. 499-501.
Description: The "Radio Play Leader," containing a short biography, and synopsis of Reed's The Streets of Pompeii (Die Straßen von Pompeji), and A Very Great Man Indeed (Ein wahrhaft großer Mann). In German.

Chapter: Reclams Hörspielführer 
Subjects: Play, Biography, Criticism
References: The Streets of Pompeii, A Very Great Man Indeed

176. Scott, J.A. Review of Three Plays by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed. Italian Quarterly 2, no. 1, (Spring 1958): 72-74.
Description: Scott's review is positive, though he takes some issue with Reed's translation of a few Italian idioms.

Journal: Italian Quarterly 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Three Plays

177. Scott, J.A. "The Message of Ugo Betti." Italica 37, no. 1 (March 1960): 44-57 [44].
Description: Acknowledges the contribution of Reed's translations of Betti's plays.

Journal: The Message of Ugo Betti 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti

178. Shuttleworth, Martin. "A Magnificent Piece." Listener 67, no 1733 (14 June 1962): 1045-1046 [1046].
Description: Shuttleworth calls Reed's radio play, A Hedge, Backwards (rebroadcast for the fifth time on June 6, 1962) a 'quintessentially delightful piece of English nonsense...[.]'

Journal: A Magnificent Piece 
Subjects: Criticism, Play
References: A Hedge, Backward

179. Sinicropi, Giovanni. Review of Two Plays, by Ugo Betti, edited by G.H. McWilliam. Modern Language Journal 50, no. 5 (May 1966): 307.
Description: McWilliam previously wrote the introduction to Reed's translation of Betti's Crime on Goat Island (1961).

Journal: Review of Two Plays 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, G.H. McWilliam

180. "The Advertisement." A Life in the Arts: Sir Derek Jacobi. <http://www.sparrowsp.addr.com/theatre%20pages/advertisement.htm>.
Description: Credits for a 1972 production of Reed's translation of The Advertisement, with a excerpt from Ginzburg's On Writing for the Theatre. External link.

Link: The Advertisement 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Natalia Ginzburg, The Advertisement

181. Stephens, Frances. Theatre World Annual, No. 7: 1st June 1955-31st May 1956. New York: Macmillan, 1956. 26, 27, 72-75, 79-80.
Description: Reviews and pictorials for 1955 performances of Reed's translations of Betti's plays, The Queen and the Rebels, and Summertime.

Book: Theatre World Annual, No. 7 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels, Summertime, Leo McKern, Duncan Lamont, Irene Worth, Alan Tilvern, Geraldine McEwan, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Dirk Bogarde

182. Stevens, Denis. "Radio Notes." Musical Times 97, no. 1364 (October 1956): 526-528 [527].
Description: Calls A Hedge, Backwards a 'witty excursion.'

Journal: Radio Notes 
Subjects: Play
References: A Hedge, Backwards

183. Stevens, Denis. Review of The Early Music Revival: A History, by Harry Haskell. Early Music 17, no. 3 (August 1989): 415-416, 419 [416].
Description: States that Reed's Vincenzo 'reconstructs [the] "Lament of Aradne" with choruses interwoven with solo verses.'

Journal: Review of The Early Music Revival 
Subjects: Play, Criticism
References: Vincenzo

184. Tarbert, Gary C., and Barbara Beach, eds. "Reed, Henry." In vol. 6, Book Review Index: A Master Cumulation 1965-1984. Detroit, MI: Gale Research Co., 1985. 4243.
Description: Indexes five book reviews for Hilda Tablet and Others, Lessons of the War, and The Streets of Pompeii.

Chapter: Reed, Henry 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Poem

185. Taubman, Howard. "'Corruption' is Offered at the Cherry Lane." New York Times, 9 October 1963, 49.
Description: Theatre review for the 1963 New York production of Reed's translation of Ugo Betti's play.

Newspaper: 'Corruption' is Offered at the Cherry Lane 
Subjects: Criticism, Play
References: Corruption in the Palace of Justice, Ugo Betti

186. Taylor, John Russell. Anger and After: A Guide to the New British Drama. London: Methuen, 1962. 26.
Description: Reed's dramatic work for radio and stage is mentioned in passing as part of "The Early Fifties."

Book: Anger and After 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Return to Naples, The Streets of Pompeii, A Very Great Man Indeed

187. Tennyson, Hallam. "Britten and Hilda." Letter to the editor. Listener 97, no. 2493 (27 January 1977): 116.
Description: Rebuke of Spiegl's reference to Reed's Hilda Tablet series in the January 6 Listener.

Journal: Britten and Hilda 
Subjects: Play
References: The Private Life of Hilda Tablet, Benjamin Britten

188. Tibbets, John C. Composers in the Movies: Studies in Musical Biography. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2005. 177.
Description: Director Ken Russell rejects Reed's preliminary treatment for a BBC teleplay on the composer Richard Strauss.

Book: Composers in the Movies (0300106742)
Subjects: Biography, Play
References: Richard Strauss, Ken Russell, Dance of the Seven Veils, Carleton Hobbs

189. Times (London), Advertisement for La Fastidiosa by Franco Brusati, translated by Henry Reed, 21 October 1968, 15.

Newspaper: Advertisement for La Fastidiosa 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Franco Brusati, La Fastidiosa

190. Times (London), Advertisement for La Fastidiosa, by Franco Brusati, translated by Henry Reed, 23 October 1968, 19.

Newspaper: Advertisement for La Fastidiosa 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Franco Brusati, La Fastidiosa

191. Times (London), Advertisement for La Fastidiosa, by Franco Brusati, translated by Henry Reed, 31 October 1968, 19.

Newspaper: Advertisement for La Fastidiosa 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Franco Brusati, La Fastidiosa

192. Times (London), Advertisement for La Fastidiosa, by Franco Brusati, translated by Henry Reed, 7 November 1968, 19.

Newspaper: Advertisement for La Fastidiosa 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Franco Brusati, La Fastidiosa

193. Times (London), Advertisement for La Fastidiosa, by Franco Brusati, translated by Henry Reed, 9 November 1968, 18.

Newspaper: Advertisement for La Fastidiosa 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Franco Brusati, La Fastidiosa

194. Times (London), "All is Well Ended," 4 April 1970, 9.
Description: A retrospective for the closing of the BBC's Third Programme mentions Reed's 'Italian portraits.'

Newspaper: All is Well Ended 
Subjects: Play, Radio

195. Times (London), "An Allegory by Ugo Betti: Irene Broadcast." Review of Irene, by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed. BBC Third Programme, 20 October 1957. Times (London), 22 October 1957, 3.
Description: The reviewer of this adaptation of Betti's Irene Innocente believes that 'Mr. Donald McWhinnie's production did not counteract the bleak effect of some lines of Mr. Reed's.'

Newspaper: An Allegory by Ugo Betti 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Ugo Betti, Irene, Donal Donnelly, Joan Plowright, Donald McWhinnie

196. Times (London), "Apollo Theatre: 'Summertime'." Review of Summertime, by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed, Apollo Theatre, London, 9 November 1955. 10 November 1955, 14.
Description: Review of opening night for Reed's translation of Betti's Il Paese delle Vacanze.

Newspaper: Apollo Theatre: Summertime 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Summertime, Geraldine McEwan, Gwen Ffrangcon Davies, Dirk Bogarde, Michael Gwynn, Mark Dignam

197. Times (London), "Art of the Radio Actor," 19 April 1960, 14.
Description: Carleton Hobbs, who provided voices for Reed's Hilda Tablet plays and The Land Where the King is a Child, is mentioned as a noteworthy radio actor.

Newspaper: Art of the Radio Actor 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Radio
References: The Private Life of Hilda Tablet, The Land Where the King is a Child, Carleton Hobbs

198. Times (London), "Arts and Entertainment," 1 January 1951, V.
Description: In this summary of radio from 1950, 'the programmes on the poet Leopardi were outstanding.'

Newspaper: Arts and Entertainment 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Unblest, The Monument

199. Times (London), "Arts Theatre: 'The Burnt Flower-Bed." Review of The Burnt Flower-Bed, by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed, Arts Theatre, London, 9 September 1955. 10 September 1955, 8.
Description: The critic for The Times proclaims 'Reed's translation has two advantages: it suggests fidelity to the original and is itself English prose that can be listened to with pleasure.'

Newspaper: Arts Theatre: The Burnt Flower-Bed 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Burnt Flower-Bed, Yvonne Mitchell, Dudy Nimmo, Alexander Knox, Leo McKern

200. Times (London), "The B.B.C. Plucks Up Courage," 4 March 1959, 5.
Description: The question is raised about Reed's radio plays, 'possibly the funniest broadcasting of its type,' only being offered to the smallest of audiences.

Newspaper: The B.B.C. Plucks Up Courage 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Radio

201. Times (London), "B.B.C. Programmes," 29 February 1956, 4.
Description: A Hedge, Backwards, "a discovery for radio by Henry Reed," premieres this evening on the Third Programme.

Newspaper: B.B.C. Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: A Hedge, Backwards

202. Times (London), "B.B.C. Programmes," 2 March 1956, 5.
Description: Reed's radio play, A Hedge, Backwards, is scheduled to repeat this evening.

Newspaper: B.B.C. Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: A Hedge, Backwards

203. Times (London), "B.B.C. Programmes," 10 August 1956, 2.
Description: Reed's radio play, A Hedge, Backwards, is scheduled for rebroadcast this evening.

Newspaper: B.B.C. Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: A Hedge, Backwards

204. Times (London), "B.B.C. Programmes," 26 September 1956, 6.
Description: Reed's play, The Streets of Pompeii is scheduled for repeat broadcast this evening.

Newspaper: B.B.C. Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Streets of Pompeii

205. Times (London), "B.B.C. Programmes," 22 October 1957, 4.
Description: Reed's adaptation of Betti's play, Irene Innocente, is scheduled to be repeated this evening.

Newspaper: B.B.C. Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Irene

206. Times (London), "B.B.C. Programmes," 24 January 1958, 5.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's play, Corruption in the Palace of Justice, is scheduled to premiere this evening.

Newspaper: B.B.C. Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Ugo Betti, Corruption in the Palace of Justice

207. Times (London), "B.B.C. Programmes," 13 February 1958, 2.
Description: Reed's radio play starring Hugh Burden, A Very Great Man Indeed, is scheduled to be replayed this evening.

Newspaper: B.B.C. Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: A Very Great Man Indeed, Hugh Burden

208. Times (London), "B.B.C. Programmes," 26 March 1958, 6.
Description: Reed's translation of Audiberti's play, Le Mal Court, will be broadcast tonight, starring the actress Joan Plowright.

Newspaper: B.B.C. Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Jacques Audiberti, Alarica, Joan Plowright

209. Times (London), "B.B.C. Programmes for the Weekend," 26 November 1955, 4.
Description: Reed's radio play about Shakespeare in Italy, The Great Desire I Had, repeats this evening on the Third Programme.

Newspaper: B.B.C. Programmes for the Weekend 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Great Desire I Had

210. Times (London), "B.B.C. Programmes for the Weekend," 25 February 1956, 4.
Description: Reed's radio play, A Very Great Man Indeed, is scheduled for rebroadcast this evening.

Newspaper: B.B.C. Programmes for the Weekend 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: A Very Great Man Indeed, Hugh Burden

211. Times (London), "B.B.C. Programmes for the Weekend," 19 October 1957, 4.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's Irene Innocente is scheduled to premiere tomorrow night, Saturday, October 20th.

Newspaper: B.B.C. Programmes for the Weekend 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Ugo Betti, Irene

212. Times (London), "B.B.C. Programmes for the Weekend," 16 August 1958, 3.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's Corruption in the Palace of Justice is scheduled to replay this evening.

Newspaper: B.B.C. Programmes for the Weekend 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Ugo Betti, Corruption in the Palace of Justice

213. Times (London), "Betti's 'Summertime'," 1 November 1955, 3.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's Il Paese delle Vacanze is scheduled to open at the Apollo Theatre, London, on November 9th.

Newspaper: Betti's Summertime 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Summertime, Dirk Bogarde, Gwen Ffrangcon Davies, Geraldine McEwan, Michael Gwynne

214. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 4 March 1946, 8.
Description: Savage cites this day as the premiere of Reed's first original work for radio, "Noises."

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play
References: Noises On

215. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 18 November 1946, 8.
Description: Reed's first play for BBC radio, "Noises," described as 'a satirical programme,' premieres this evening in an extended, half-hour version on the Third Programme.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Noises

216. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 23 November 1946, 6.
Description: Reed's radio play Noises is rebroadcast in its expanded format.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Noises On

217. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 25 January 1947, 6.
Description: Reed's adaptation of Melville's Moby Dick premieres this weekend on the Third Programme, in two parts.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Radio, Play
References: Moby Dick, Herman Melville

218. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 31 January 1947, 6.
Description: Reed's adaptation of Melville's Moby Dick replays this evening on the Third Programme, in two parts.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Radio, Play
References: Moby Dick, Herman Melville

219. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 24 May 1947, 6.
Description: The premiere broadcast of Reed's radio play, "Pytheas," is scheduled for the BBC's Third Programme at 7:30 p.m. this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Pytheas

220. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 28 May 1947, 6.
Description: Reed's play, "Pytheas: A Dramatic Speculation," is scheduled to run again on the Third Programme this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Pytheas

221. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 18 June 1947, 8.
Description: Reed's play, "Pytheas," is scheduled for rebroadcast on the Third Programme.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Pytheas

222. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 1 June 1949, 7.
Description: Reed's radio play about Giacomo Leopardi, The Unblest, premieres at 9:30 p.m. this evening, on the BBC's Third Programme.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Unblest, Giacomo Leopardi

223. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 7 March 1950, 9.
Description: Reed's radio play on Giacomo Leopardi's final years, The Monument, premieres this evening on the Third Programme.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Radio, Play
References: The Monument

224. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 17 August 1950, 6.
Description: Reed's radio play Return to Naples premieres this evening at 9:15 p.m., on the BBC's Third Programme.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Return to Naples

225. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 8 November 1950, 11.
Description: Reed's study of the Italian poet Leopardi is rebroadcast this evening on the Third Programme.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Monument

226. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 9 April 1951, 6.
Description: Reed's play on Giacomo Leopardi, The Unblest, is rerun this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Unblest

227. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 9 April 1951, 6.
Description: Reed's 'play about Leopardi,' The Unblest, is scheduled for this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: The Unblest, Giacomo Leopardi

228. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 14 April 1951, 8.
Description: Reed's radio play Return to Naples reruns this evening on the Third Programme.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Return to Naples

229. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 30 March 1955, 3.
Description: Vincenzo, Reed's radio play on Vincenzo Gonzaga, Duke of Mantua, is scheduled for broadcast tonight.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Vincenzo

230. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 25 April 1953, 8.
Description: Reed's play The Streets of Pompeii is set to replay this evening on the BBC's Third Programme.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Streets of Pompeii, Marius Goring, Flora Robson

231. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 4 August 1953, 11.
Description: Reed's play, Return to Naples premieres this evening on the BBC's Third Programme.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Return to Naples

232. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 7 September 1953, 4.
Description: The premiere of Reed's radio play, A Very Great Man Indeed, is this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: A Very Great Man Indeed

233. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 24 May 1954, 4.
Description: The premiere of Reed's play The Private Life of Hilda Tablet: A Parenthesis for Radio is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. this evening, on the Third Programme.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Private Life of Hilda Tablet, Mary O'Farrell, Hugh Burden

234. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 23 August 1954, 2.
Description: An encore of Reed's play The Private Life of Hilda Tablet is set for this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Private Life of Hilda Tablet

235. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 28 January 1955, 2.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's play The Burnt Flower-Bed is scheduled this evening on the Third Programme.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Ugo Betti, The Burnt Flower-Bed

236. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 22 April 1955, 8.
Description: Reed's prizewinning radio play, The Streets of Pompeii, is scheduled for rebroadcast on the Third Programme late this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Streets of Pompeii, Flora Robson, Marius Goring

237. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 7 January 1974, 21.
Description: Reed's adaptation of Pirandello's play Room for Argument airs this evening on BBC Radio 4.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Radio, Play, Translation
References: Luigi Pirandello, Room for Argument

238. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes," 5 November 1956, 5.
Description: Reed's translation of Fayad's play Don Juan in Love is scheduled to be broadcast this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Samy Fayad, Don Juan in Love

239. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes," 20 February 1958, 3.
Description: Reed's radio play, The Private Life of Hilda Tablet, is scheduled to be rebroadcast this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Private Life of Hilda Tablet

240. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes," 11 March 1958, 6.
Description: The premiere of The Primal Scene, As It Were, scheduled for this evening, is described as 'nine studies in disloyalty.'

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Primal Scene, As It Were

241. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes," 14 March 1958, 6.
Description: Reed's radio play, The Primal Scene, As It Were..., is replayed this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Primal Scene, As It Were

242. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes," 10 March 1959, 6.
Description: Reed's translation of Montherlant's La Ville dont le Prince est un Enfant is scheduled for broadcast this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Henry de Montherlant, The Land Where the King is a Child, Denholm Elliott

243. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes," 10 April 1959, 6.
Description: Reed's translation of Montherlant's The Land Where the King is a Child is rebroadcast on the Third Programme tonight.

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Henry de Montherlant, The Land Where the King is a Child, Denholm Elliott

244. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes," 6 May 1959, 8.
Description: Reed's next installment in the Hilda Tablet series, Not a Drum was Heard, premieres this evening on the Third Programme.

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Not a Drum was Heard

245. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes," 26 May 1959, 5.
Description: Reed's play, Not a Drum was Heard: The War Memoirs of General Gland is scheduled to broadcast on the Third Programme tonight.

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Not a Drum was Heard

246. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes," 12 June 1959, 9.
Description: Reed's translation of Giovaninetti's One Flesh is scheduled for broadcast on the Third Programme this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Silvio Giovaninetti, One Flesh

247. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes," 1 July 1959, 9.
Description: Reed's translation of Giovaninetti's One Flesh is scheduled for rebroadcast on the Third Programme this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Silvio Giovaninetti, One Flesh

248. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes," 11 December 1959, 7.
Description: Derek Guyler stars in this evening's broadcast of Reed's Not a Drum Was Heard: The War Memoirs of General Gland.

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Not a Drum Was Heard, Derek Guyler

249. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes," 5 April 1960, 8.
Description: Scheduled for this evening on the Third Programme is Reed's adaptation of de Montherlant's The Land Where the King is a Child.

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Henry de Montherlant, The Land Where the King is a Child, Denholm Elliott

250. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes," 15 November 1960, 3.
Description: Reed's radio play, Emily Butter, with music by Donald Swann, is scheduled for rebroadcast this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Emily Butter, Donald Swann

251. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes," 3 February 1961, 3.
Description: Reed's adaptation of Betti's House on the Water is on the Third Programme's schedule this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Ugo Betti, House on the Water

252. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes," 18 June 1964, 6.
Description: Reed's translation of Buzzati's play, "The American Prize," premieres tonight on the Third Programme.

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Dino Buzzati, The America Prize

253. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes for the Weekend," 18 February 1961, 5.
Description: Reed's adaptation of Betti's The House on the Water is scheduled for broadcast on the Third Programme.

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes for the Weekend 
Subjects: Radio, Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The House on the Water

254. Times (London), "Brusati Play for London," 5 October 1968, 18.
Description: La Fastidiosa, a play adapted by Reed from Brusati's novel, is scheduled to open at the Mercury Theatre on 21 October.

Newspaper: Brusati Play for London 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Franco Brusati, La Fastidiosa

255. Times (London), "'Clérambard' for the West End: A Tip for an Amateur Theatre," 22 August 1955, 10.
Description: The Arts Theatre production of Betti's The Burnt Flower-Bed is rescheduled to open on September 7th.

Newspaper: Clérambard for the West End 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Burnt Flower-Bed, Yvonne Mitchell, Alexander Knox

256. Times (London), "Credible Triangle." Review of The Land Where the King is a Child, by Henry de Montherlant, translated by Henry Reed. BBC Third Programme, 10 March 1959. 11 March 1959, 13.
Description: The radio critic for the Times calls Reed's translation 'the most closely argued play we have heard for a long time.'

Newspaper: Credible Triangle 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation, Radio
References: Henry de Montherlant, The Land Where the King is a Child

257. Times (London), "'Crime on Goat Island': Ugo Betti's Play Broadcast." Review of Crime on Goat Island, by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed. BBC Third Programme, 7 October 1956. Times (London), 8 October 1956, 3.
Description: The reviewer of Reed's translation of Betti's Crime on Goat Island feels the play was marred by 'violently unpredictable changes of mood.'

Newspaper: Crime on Goat Island 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, Norman Wynne, Mary Wimbush, Trader Faulkner, Dudy Nimmo

258. Times (London), "Crime on Goat Island: Ugo Betti Play at Oxford." Review of Crime on Goat Island, by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed, Oxford Playhouse, Oxford, 2 December 1957. Times (London), 3 December 1957, 3.
Description: The reviewer feels that "Betti and his translator Mr. Henry Reed... subtract from the interest of the character instead of adding to it."

Newspaper: Crime on Goat Island 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, Keith Mitchell, Catherine Lacey, Patricia Kneale, Jeanette Sterke

259. Times (London), "General's Paranoia." Review of Not a Drum Was Heard, by Henry Reed. BBC Third Programme, 6 May 1959. 7 May 1959, 4.
Description: The radio critic for the Times calls Reed's play 'ridiculous enough to be beautiful.'

Newspaper: General's Paranoia 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Radio
References: Not a Drum was Heard

260. Times (London), "Ginger Group that Matters at the B.B.C.," Notes on Broadcasting. 7 March 1964, 5.
Description: Regarding the quality of the Third Programme, Reed's Hilda Tablet sequence is mentioned as one of the 'most notable works in sound broadcasting.'

Newspaper: Ginger Group that Matters at the B.B.C. 
Subjects: Play
References: Laurence Gilliam

261. Times (London), "Haymarket Theatre: 'The Queen and the Rebels'." Review of The Queen and the Rebels, by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed, Haymarket Theatre, London, 26 October 1955. 27 October 1955, 3.
Description: Opening night review of Reed's adaptation of Betti's play, La Regina e gli Insorti.

Newspaper: Haymarket Theatre: The Queen and the Rebels 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels, Irene Worth, Leo McKern, Duncan Lamont

262. Times (London), "'Julius Caesar' at the Old Vic," 5 September 1955, 3.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's L'aiuola Bruciata opens September 9th, at the Arts Theatre, London.

Newspaper: Julius Caesar at the Old Vic 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Burnt Flower-Bed

263. Times (London), "Laughter on the Third," Notes on Broadcasting, 25 July 1964, 10.
Description: A call for comedies on the Third Programme invokes Reed's 'radio intelligence.'

Newspaper: Laughter on the Third 
Subjects: Play

264. Times (London), "Marzotto Play for BBC," 20 May 1968, 14.
Description: Reed's translation of Ginzburg's The Advertisement is to be broadcast in July.

Newspaper: Marzotto Play for BBC 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Natalia Ginzburg, The Advertisement

265. Times (London), "Miss Irene Worth in Betti Play," 24 October 1955, 3.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's La Regina e gli Insorti is scheduled to open at London's Haymarket Theatre on October 26th.

Newspaper: Miss Irene Worth in Betti Play 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels, Irene Worth, Leo McKErn, Duncan Lamont

266. Times (London), "Montherlant School Play," 26 February 1959, 3.
Description: Reed's translation of Montherlant's La Ville dont le Prince est un Enfant will be broadcast on March 10th of this year.

Newspaper: Montherlant School Play 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Henry de Montherlant, The Land Where the King is a Child, Archie Campbell, Denholm Elliott, Brian Bedford, Nicky Edmett, Carleton Hobbs

267. Times (London), "Mr. Reed's New Play for Broadcasting," 24 March 1955, 5.
Description: An announcement of the BBC's special commission of Reed's radio play, Vincenzo.

Newspaper: Mr. Reed's New Play for Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Vincenzo, Denis Stevens, Margaretta Scott, Rachel Gurney, Mary O'Farrell, Barbara Couper, Marjorie Westbury, Gladys Young

268. Times (London), "New Betti Play at Edinburgh: An Undergraduate Production." The Arts. Review of Corruption in the Palace of Justice, by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed. Gullan's Close, Edinburgh, 21 August 1957. Times (Londo

Newspaper: New Betti Play at Edinburgh 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Corruption in the Palace of Justice

269. Times (London), "New Play by Mr. Samuel Beckett," 11 March 1959, 13.
Description: New radio plays for this season include Beckett's Embers, and Reed's Not a Drum was Heard (to be broadcast in May).

Newspaper: New Play by Mr. Samuel Beckett 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Not a Drum was Heard

270. Times (London), "A New Tragi-Comedy: Mr. Henry Reed's 'Vincenzo'." Review of Vincenzo, by Henry Reed. BBC Third Programme, 30 March 1955. 31 March 1955, 10.
Description: The Times' critic calls Reed's radio play Vincenzo 'splendidly acted,' and the 'happiest association of playwright and players.'

Newspaper: A New Tragi-Comedy 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Radio
References: Vincenzo, Barbara Couper, Rachel Gurney, Gwen Cherrell, Hugh Burden, Margaretta Scott

271. Times (London), "New York Stage: Season's Bright Prospects," 30 September 1955, 3.
Description: Reed's adaptation of Betti's Island of Goats is among the translations to be produced in New York this season.

Newspaper: New York Stage 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island

272. Times (London), "Operatic Satire on Third Programme." Review of Emily Butter, by Henry Reed, BBC Third Programme, 14 November 1954. 15 November 1954, 11.
Description: A review of the premiere broadcast of Reed's all-female ensemble play, Emily Butter.

Newspaper: Operatic Satire on Third Programme 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Radio
References: Emily Butter

273. Times (London), "The Other Theatre in Edinburgh," 16 August 1957, 3.
Description: The Oxford Theatre Group returns to Edinburgh with Reed's translation of Betti's Corruption in the Palace of Justice, from August 21st through September 7th.

Newspaper: The Other Theatre in Edinburgh 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Corruption in the Palace of Justice

274. Times (London), "Plays for the Connoisseur," 11 December 1959, 3.
Description: Reed's translation of Montherlant's tragedy, La Ville dont le Prince est un Enfant, is expected in a production for the Third Programme.

Newspaper: Plays for the Connoisseur 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Henry de Montherlant, The Land Where the King is a Child

275. Times (London), "Posthumous Betti Play." Review of The Burnt Flower-Bed, by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed, BBC Third Programme, 23 January 1955. 24 January 1955, 3.
Description: The critic for The Times calls Betti 'one of the most interesting playwrights to have emerged from Europe since the war.'

Newspaper: Posthumous Betti Play 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation, Radio
References: Ugo Betti, The Burnt Flower-Bed, Donald McWhinnie, Robert Harris, Andrew Cruickshank, Mary O'Farrell, Esmé Percy

276. Times (London), "Posthumous Betti Play," 8 August 1955, 10.
Description: Only seven months after being first heard on the BBC, Reed's translation of Betti's The Burnt Flower-Bed is to be produced on the stage at the Arts Theatre, London, August 30th.

Newspaper: Posthumous Betti Play 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Burnt Flower-Bed, Campbell Williams

277. Times (London), "Prince of the Private Press," Times Preview 4-10 December 1981. 4 December 1981, IX.
Description: A retrospective of Douglas Cleverdon at age 78.

Newspaper: Prince of the Private Press 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Hilda Tablet, Douglas Cleverdon, Vincenzo

278. Times (London), "'The Queen and the Rebels'," 21 February 1955, 3.
Description: The first English production of Reed's translation of Betti's La Regina e gli Insorti, is set for the Midland Theatre Company, Coventry, on March 21st.

Newspaper: The Queen and the Rebels 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels, Irene Worth

279. Times (London), "Quest for Truth and Style in Radio," 17 March 1962, 4.
Description: On the subject of the radio ballad, a 'promised' feature on Mycenae by Reed is mentioned.

Newspaper: Quest for Truth and Style in Radio 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Mycenae

280. Times (London), "Radio," 29 May 1976, 6.
Description: Reed's translation of Giacosa's Like the Leaves airs tomorrow afternoon on BBC Radio 4.

Newspaper: Radio 
Subjects: Radio, Play, Translation
References: Giuseppe Giacosa, Like the Leaves

281. Times (London), "Radio," 22 June 1977, 31.
Description: Reed's adaptation of Giacosa's The Soul Has Its Rights airs this afternoon on BBC Radio 4.

Newspaper: Radio 
Subjects: Radio, Play, Translation
References: Giuseppe Giacosa, The Sould Has Its Rights

282. Times (London), "Radio," 20 September 1977, 23.
Description: Reed's translation of Ginzburg's Duologue airs this evening on BBC Radio 3.

Newspaper: Radio 
Subjects: Radio, Play, Translation
References: Natalia Ginzburg, Duologue

283. Times (London), "Radio," 7 January 1980, 23.
Description: Reed's translation of Ginzburg's play I Married You for Fun airs this evening on BBC Radio 4.

Newspaper: Radio 
Subjects: Radio, Play, Translation
References: Natalia Ginzburg, I Married You for Fun

284. Times (London), "Radio," 12 January 1980, 9.
Description: Reed's translation of Ginzburg's play I Married You for Fun is rebroadcast today.

Newspaper: Radio 
Subjects: Radio, Play, Translation
References: Natalia Ginzburg, I Married You for Fun

285. Times (London), "Sound Broadcasting," 22 November 1961, 7.
Description: Reed's play, A Hospital Case, is scheduled for broadcast this evening on the Third Programme.

Newspaper: Sound Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: A Hospital Case

286. Times (London), "Sound Broadcasting," 30 March 1962, 10.
Description: Reed's satirical comedy, Emily Butter, is scheduled to be rebroadcast this evening.

Newspaper: Sound Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Emily Butter

287. Times (London), "Sound Broadcasting," 6 September 1962, 14.
Description: Reed's play, A Hospital Case, is scheduled for rebroadcast this evening.

Newspaper: Sound Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: A Hospital Case

288. Times (London), "Sound Broadcasting," 22 March 1965, 3.
Description: Reed's translation of Buzzati's novel Il Grande Ritratto is scheduled for broadcast on the BBC's Home Service this evening, as Zone 36.

Newspaper: Sound Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio, Translation
References: Dino Buzzati, Larger Than Life, Zone 36

289. Times (London), "Spate of New Plays," 18 November 1957, 3.
Description: The Oxford Playhouse is scheduled to produce Reed's translation of Betti's Crime on Goat Island on December 3rd.

Newspaper: Spate of New Plays 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island

290. Times (London), "Television and Radio," 24 September 1968, 14.
Description: Reed's translation of Ginzburg's play L'Inserzione premieres this evening.

Newspaper: Television and Radio 
Subjects: Radio, Play, Translation
References: Natalia Ginzburg, The Advertisement

291. Times (London), "Television Today," 3 October 1969, 19.
Description: Reed's adaptation of Weingarten's play Summer is scheduled for broadcast this evening.

Newspaper: Television Today 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Romain Weingarten, Summer

292. Times (London), "Third Programme Plays," 3 October 1957, 7.
Description: Irene, Reed's translation of Betti's play, Irene Innocente, is scheduled for broadcast twice this week.

Newspaper: Third Programme Plays 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Ugo Betti, Irene

293. Times (London), "Three Women, One Man," The Arts, Review of Crime on Goat Island by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed, Pembroke Theatre, London, 31 January 1961. 1 February 1961, 5.
Description: 'The enterprising playgoer is advised to accept the opportunity' to see Reed's translation of Betti's Crime on Goat Island.

Newspaper: Three Women, One Man 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island

294. Times (London), "Through Gloom to Catastrophe." Review of House on the Water, by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed, BBC Third Programme. 4 February 1961, 3.
Description: The previous night's broadcast of Reed's translation of Betti's House on the Water is reviewed.

Newspaper: Through Gloom to Catastrophe 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation, Radio
References: Ugo Betti, House on the Water, Judi Dench, Peter Woodthorpe, Jack May

295. Times (London), "The Opinions of Dame Hilda Tablet," 15 August 1960, 3.
Description: A "biographic" piece from the London Times concerning the grande dame's opinions on music, casting, and composing. External link.

Link: The Times (London), Aug. 1960 
Subjects: Play, Criticism, Radio
References: The Private Life of Hilda Tablet

296. Times (London), "To-morrow," 4 June 1955, 3.
Description: Reed's adaptation of Betti's play Summertime broadcasts this evening as Holiday Land.

Newspaper: To-morrow 
Subjects: Radio, Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Holiday Land

297. Times (London), "Top of the Bill," Times Preview 4-10 December 1981. 4 December 1981, III.
Description: A rebroadcast of Reed's play Vincenzo is advertised with a picture of the Italian Duke.

Newspaper: Top of the Bill 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Vincenzo, Douglas Cleverdon

298. Times (London), "Ugo Betti Play Broadcast: The Avant Garde Theatre." Review of The Queen and the Rebels, by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed, BBC Third Programme, 17 October 1954. 19 October 1954, 10.
Description: Review of the premiere broadcast of Betti's play, La Regina e gli Insorti, adapted for radio by Reed.

Newspaper: Ugo Betti Play Broadcast 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation, Radio
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels

299. Times (London), "Ugo Betti Play for the Haymarket," 23 September 1955, 5.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's play The Queen and the Rebels is scheduled to open on October 26th, with Irene Worth in the leading role.

Newspaper: Ugo Betti Play for the Haymarket 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels, Henry Sherek, Frank Hauser, Irene Worth, Audrey Cruddas

300. Times (London), "Ugo Betti's 'L'Aivola Bruciata'," 14 January 1955, 10.
Description: The first English broadcast of Betti's play, The Burnt Flower-Bed, is scheduled for the the Third Programme on January 23rd.

Newspaper: Ugo Betti's L'Aivola Bruciata 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Ugo Betti, The Burnt Flower-Bed, The Queen and the Rebels

301. Times (London), "Ugo Betti: London to See One of His Comedies," 29 August 1955, 10.
Description: A long quote from Reed for this article on upcoming Betti plays in London: 'The humour of the Italians is very like our own, but there is this difference in their comic drama: they like the fun to go, if possible, the whole time.'

Newspaper: Ugo Betti: London to See One of His Comedies 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Summertime, The Burnt Flower-Bed, The Queen and the Rebels

302. Times (London), "Weekend Broadcasting," 22 January 1955, 4.
Description: The premiere of Reed's radio adaptation of Betti's play The Burnt Flower-Bed is scheduled for tomorrow evening, January 23rd.

Newspaper: Weekend Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Ugo Betti, The Burnt Flower-Bed, Andrew Cruickshank, Robert Harris, Esmé Percy, Gwen Cherrell, Mary O'Farrell

303. Times (London), "Weekend Broadcasting," 5 February 1955, 4.
Description: Reed's translation of Puecher's The Battle of the Masks is scheduled for this evening on the Third Programme.

Newspaper: Weekend Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Virginio Puecher, The Battle of the Masks, Robert Eddison

304. Times (London), "What to Look Out For," 22 June 1968, 18.
Description: Reed's adaptation of Brusati's La Fastidiosa is predicted to be at the Mercury Theatre this fall.

Newspaper: What to Look Out For 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Franco Brusati, La Fastidiosa

305. Times (London), "Writing for the Radio," 22 May 1959, 16.
Description: Discussing the problems and rewards of radio drama, the correspondent remarks that 'Henry Reed has comically but brutally dismembered large tracts of contemporary society....'

Newspaper: Writing for the Radio 
Subjects: Criticism, Play
References: Henry de Montherlant, The Land Where the King is a Child, A Very Good Man Indeed, The Primal Scene, As it Were

306. Times (London) Literary Supplement, "A Biographer in Search of Laughs." Reviews of Hilda Tablet and Others and The Streets of Pompeii, by Henry Reed. 26 November 1971, 1486.
Description: The TLS critic believes Reed's radio work on the printed page "will give as much delight as it did (and still does) on air."

Newspaper: A Biographer in Search of Laughs 
Subjects: Criticism, Play
References: A Very Great Man Indeed, The Private Life of Hilda Tablet, The Unblest, The Monument, Vincenzo, The Great Desire I Had

307. Trewin, J.C. "Collectors' Pieces." Listener 47, no. 1201 (6 March 1952): 399.
Description: Trewin calls Reed's translation of de Montherlant's Malatesta 'an elaborate, wordy invention, often strangled in its own verbiage.'

Journal: Collectors' Pieces 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Henri de Montherlant, Malatesta

308. Trewin, J.C. "Just Imagine It." Review of The Great Desire I Had by Henry Reed. Listener 48, no. 1235 (30 October 1952): 737.
Description: A warm, but critical, reception for Reed's Shakespeare-in-Italy play, The Great Desire I Had.

Journal: Just Imagine It 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Radio
References: The Great Desire I Had

309. Trussler, Simon. "Disturbing Statement About Matriarchy." Review of La Fastidiosa by Franco Brusati, translated by Henry Reed. Mercury Theatre, 21 October 1968. Times (London), 22 October 1968, 13.
Description: Review of the opening night of Reed's adaptation of Brusati's La Fastidiosa.

Newspaper: Disturbing Statement About Matriarchy 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Franco Brusati, La Fastidiosa

310. Union Européenne de Radiodiffusion. Répertoire D'oevres Radiophoniques. Collection Documents series, 1953. 89.
Description: Contains short summaries of European radio plays, including production details for Reed's 1949 play on the life of Giacomo Leopardi, The Unblest.

Journal: Répertoire D'oevres Radiophoniques 
Subjects: Play, Biography
References: The Unblest, Giacomo Leopardi

311. Union Européenne de Radiodiffusion. Répertoire D'oevres Radiophoniques. Collection Documents series, 1955. 53.
Description: Contains brief production details for Samy Fayad's 1954 radio play Don Giovanni Innamorato, which Reed would translate for the BBC as Don Juan in Love. In French.

Journal: Répertoire D'oevres Radiophoniques 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Don Juan in Love, Samy Fayad

312. Wade, David. "Backward Glance." Radio. Times (London), 30 December 1972, 10.
Description: As a birthday tribute to Sir Ralph Richardson, an excerpt from Reed's Moby Dick: A Play for Radio is broadcast on the BBC.

Newspaper: Backward Glance 
Subjects: Play
References: Moby Dick, Ralph Richardson

313. Wade, David. "The BBC is Not an Island." Times (London), 21 February, 1970, III.
Description: Wade laments there are no successors to Reed's The Streets of Pompeii, rebroadcast Friday, 20 February.

Newspaper: The BBC is Not an Island 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Streets of Pompeii

314. Wade, David. "Grotesque Events." Radio. Times (London), 27 January 1973, 10.
Description: On January 24, the BBC's Afternoon Theatre broadcast Reed's translation of Ginzburg's play, Fragola e Panna.

Newspaper: Grotesque Events 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Natalia Ginzburg, The Strawberry Ice, Rosalind Shanks

315. Wade, David. "Hamlet's Mirror." Radio. Times (London), 30 October 1971, 8.
Description: Reed's play Return to Naples was rebroadcast on the BBC on Sunday, 24 October.

Newspaper: Hamlet's Mirror 
Subjects: Play
References: Return to Naples

316. Wade, David. "Indifferent Health." Radio. Review of BBC radio broadcast of Sorrows of Love, by Giuseppe Giacosa, translated by Henry Reed. Times London, 28 October 1978, 10.
Description: Wade calls this translation 'fluent,' 'stylish,' and 'superbly speakable,' and notes that Reed still has his 'glowing touch.'

Newspaper: Indifferent Health 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Giuseppe Giacoso, Sorrows of Love, Eileen Atkins, John Tydeman

317. Wade, David. "On the March." Radio. Times (London), 13 November 1976, 8.
Description: A rebroadcast of Reed's The Streets of Pompeii is scheduled for Monday, 15 November.

Newspaper: On the March 
Subjects: Biography, Play
References: The Streets of Pompeii

318. Wade, David. "Radio." Times (London). Times Preview 4-10 December 1981. 4 December 1981, XV.
Description: Reed's play Vincenzo, "one of the greatest works of radio ever written," is scheduled for rebroadcast on Radio 3, the evening of December 9th.

Newspaper: Radio 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Vincenzo

319. Wade, David. "Radio: The Art of Carrying Learning Lightly." Review of BBC broadcast of The Land Where the King is a Child, by Henry de Montherlant, translated by Henry Reed. Times (London), 29 April 1972, 11.
Description: Review of Reed's radio play, based on Montherlant's play La Ville dont le Prince est un Enfant.

Newspaper: Radio: The Art of Carrying Learning Lightly 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation, Radio
References: Henry de Montherlant, The Land Where the Child is King, John Tydeman

320. Wade, David. "Time of Departure." Times (London), 19 April 1969, 21.
Description: Reed's Hilda Tablet cycle of plays are scheduled to be rebroadcast, to mark the departure of Douglas Cleverdon from the BBC.

Newspaper: Time of Departure 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Douglas Clevedon

321. Walker, Roy. "Overdose." Listener 59, no. 1509 (27 February 1958): 379-380.
Description: Exhausted by the rebroadcast of Reed's Hilda Tablet series, Walker laments sequels.

Journal: Overdose 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Radio
References: A Very Great Man Indeed, The Private Life of Hilda Tablet

322. Wardle, Irving. "Is the National Theatre Doing Its Job?" Times (London), 28 September 1968, 19.
Description: Wardle cites the "lachrymous" production of Ginzburg's Advertisement as signs of a poor season.

Newspaper: Is the National Theatre Doing Its Job? 
Subjects: Play, Criticism
References: Natalia Ginzburg, The Advertisement

323. Wardle, Irving. "Nothing Much to Cheer." Times (London), 28 December 1968, 16.
Description: No "big rows" in the preceding theatre season, except those over Ginzburg's The Advetisement, and Hochbuth's Soldiers.

Newspaper: Nothing Much to Cheer 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Natalia Ginzburg, The Advertisement

324. Wardle, Irving. "A Speedy Life Cycle." Times (London), 9 March 1970, 13.
Description: An article on the new Beckett Theatre alludes to Reed's radio play, A Very Great Man Indeed.

Newspaper: A Speedy Life Cycle 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: A Very Great Man Indeed

325. Wardle, Irving. "Unhappy Opening for New Season." Review of The Advertisement by Natalia Ginzburg, translated by Henry Reed. National Theatre, 24 September 1968. Times (London), 25 September 1968, 8.
Description: An unfavorable review of opening night for Reed's translation of Ginzburg's The Advertisement. Includes a photograph of Joan Plowright as Teresa.

Newspaper: Unhappy Opening for New Season 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Natalia Ginzburg, The Advertisement, Joan Plowright

326. Weinberg, Herman G. "Big Question." Letter to the drama editor. New York Times, 16 October 1955, X3.
Description: Letter to the Times' drama editor laments the closing of Reed's translation of Betti's Island of Goats.

Newspaper: Big Question 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, Peter Glenville, Uta Hagen, Laurence Harvey, Ruth Ford

327. Weingarten, Romain. Summer, translated by Henry Reed. Typescript of radio play, 1969. Richard L. Purdy Collection of Thomas Hardy. GEN MSS 111, Series VI, 809. Yale University, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, New Haven, CT.
Description: This adaptation of Weingarten's play was broadcast on the BBC's Third Programme on October 3rd, 1969.

Manuscript: Summer 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Romain Weingarten, Summer

328. Zolotow, Sam. "2 Foreign Plays on 1963 Calendar." New York Times, 16 August 1963, 14.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's Corruption in the Palace of Justice is scheduled for the Cherry Lane Theatre in October of that year.

Newspaper: 2 Foreign Plays on 1963 Calendar 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Corruption in the Palace of Justice

329. Zolotow, Sam. "British Firm Buys Satire by Wilson." New York Times 28 July 1954, 28.
Description: Describes plans for a local production of Betti's The Isle of Goats, as adapted by Reed.

Newspaper: British Firm Buys Satire by Wilson 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, Angus Wilson, The Mulberry Bush

330. Zolotow, Sam. "Gore Vidal Play, 'Best Man,' Due." New York Times, 30 October 1959, 32.
Description: Betti's Time of Vengeance formerly at the White Barn Theatre in Westport, Connecticut, translated by Reed as Irene Innocente.

Newspaper: Gore Vidal Play, "Best Man," Due 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Irene Innocente

331. Zolotow, Sam. "Graham Greene Completes Play." New York Times, 8 August 1955, 25.
Description: Reed's adaptation of Betti's Goat Island is delayed until October, 1955.

Newspaper: Graham Greene Completes Play 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, Laurence Harvey

332. Zolotow, Sam. "Gregory Slates Musical Comedy." New York Times, 23 November 1956, 37.
Description: Developments for a production of Reed's translation of Betti's The Queen and the Rebels mentions Joan Fontaine considering the lead role, and Alfred Hitchcock owning the film rights.

Newspaper: Gregory Slates Musical Comedy 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels, Joan Fontaine, Irene Worth, Alfred Hitchcock

333. Zolotow, Sam. "'The Isle of Goats' Booked at Fulton." New York Times, 1 August 1955, 15.
Description: Reed's adaptation of Betti's The Isle of Goats is due to start in September, 1955 at the Fulton Theatre, starring Laurence Harvey.

Newspaper: The Isle of Goats Booked at Fulton 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, Laurence Harvey

334. Zolotow, Sam. "'Macbeth' in Duel for Display Here." New York Times, 7 October 1955, 21.
Description: Describes the closing of Reed's translation of Betti's Island of Goats after only seven performances.

Newspaper: Macbeth in Duel for Display Here 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, Uta Hagen, Laurence Harvey, Ruth Ford

335. Zolotow, Sam. "'Magic and Loss' Arrives Tonight." New York Times, 9 April 1954, 21.
Description: Mentions upcoming London production of Reed's adaptation of Betti's The Isle of Goats.

Newspaper: Magic and Loss Arrives Tonight 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island

336. Zolotow, Sam. "Melvyn Douglas Weighs Play Bid." New York Times, 28 November 1956, 39.
Description: Update on a possible New York production for Reed's translation of Betti's The Queen and the Rebels has Nancy Kelly considering the script.

Newspaper: Melvyn Douglas Weighs Play Bid 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels, Nancy Kelly, Alfred Hitchcock

337. Zolotow, Sam. "Two Plays Listed to Bow in October." New York Times, 15 August 1955, 19.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's Goat Island is scheduled for the Fulton Theatre on October 4.

Newspaper: Two Plays Listed to Bow in October 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Crime on Goat Island

338. Zolotow, Sam. "Two Plays to End Run on Saturday." New York Times, 6 February 1957, 21.
Description: Update on a production of Reed's translation of Betti's The Queen and the Rebels mentions the authors being represented by the literary agent Ninon Tallon (later Karlweiss).

Newspaper: Two Plays to End Run on Saturday 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels, Kermit Bloomgarden, Ninon Tallon, Alfred Hitchcock

339. Zolotow, Sam. "Writer Assailed Over 'The Deputy'." New York Times, 8 October 1963, 49.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's Corruption in the Palace of Justice opens this night at the Cherry Lane Theatre.

Newspaper: Writer Assailed Over 'The Deputy' 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Corruption in the Palace of Justice

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