Charles Marowitz

Noonday Demons (King's Head, London)
Mary Franklin directs Peter Barnes' play for Rough Haired Pointer
Sherlock's Last Case (Aldeburgh, Southwold)
That mythical creator of the labyrinth Daedalus would have been proud of the late Charles Marowitz's twists and turns in his play which takes Conan Doyle's most celebrated creation and runs rings around the concept.
Suffolk Summer Theatres' 2014 season
Summer by the seaside in East Anglia is more than sugared-almond coloured beach huts, elegant 18th century houses and freshly-caught local fish. It also means theatre.
Michael Coveney: Critics, stars, and resurrecting the spirit of Charles Marowitz
Our chief critic responds to yesterday's blog by Henry Filloux-Bennett and pays tribute to a late critical friend (and foe)
Sherlock's Last Case (Newbury)
A new version of Arthur Conan Doyle's classic creation at the Watermill is "more a ‘what if?' than a deconstruction".