Writers: Playwrights, Estates
Frank Marcus was born in Breslau, Germany in 1928, and emigrated to England in 1939. His first play, MINUET FOR STUFFED BIRDS, was written and performed in 1950, and THE KILLING OF SISTER GEORGE was his fourth play. It won him the Variety, Evening Standard and Plays and Players Awards, and critics lavished praise on it. He was theatre critic of the Sunday Telegraph for 10 years from 1968, and contributed regularly to magazines in Britain and America. He died in 1996.