Clive Hirschhorn

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Clive Hirschhorn (1940-) [1]. Playwright and journalist.

He was an active member of the University Players.

He wrote A State of Innocence while still in his teens. Ruth Oppenheim directed this play starring Marjorie Gordon and Johann Nell at the Library Theatre in 1960.

He went to London to become a prominent show business journalist and critic in London. He wrote the authorised biography of Gene Kelly who died in 1996.

Sources

Tucker, 1997.


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