Sir Terence Rattigan

Sir Terence Rattigan, CBE, was a British dramatist and one of England's most popular mid-twentieth century dramatists. Rattigan holds the record of being the only playwright to have notched more than 1000 performances for two separate plays, French Without Tears (Henry Miller’s Theatre) and While the Sun Shines (Lyceum Theatre). Other Broadway works include O Mistress Mine, The Sleeping Prince, and The Winslow Boy (Empire Theatre), Ross (Eugene O’Neill Theatre), Man and Boy(Brooks Atkinson Theatre), The Girl Who Came to Supper (Broadway Theatre), The Browning Version/Harlequinade (Coronet Theatre), The Deep Blue Sea and In Praise of Love (Morosco Theatre), and Separate Tables (Music Box Theatre).

Screenplays include The Way to the Stars, Journey Together, The Prince and the Showgirl, The Sound Barrier, The Man Who Loved Redheads, The Final Test, The VIPs, The Yellow Rolls Royce, Goodbye Mr. Chips, and Conduct Unbecoming