Michael Frayn

Noises Off

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London : Methuen

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born: 9/8/1933
born as: Michael Frayn

British playwright, novelist, and translator whose work was often compared to that of Anton Chekhov. Frayn was perhaps best known for his long-running stage farce Noises Off (1982), a frenetic play-within-a-play about the antics of an English theatrical company performing a typically English sex farce. - Merriam-Webster's Encyclopedia of Literature