Shaw pp 129-130 | Cite as

Arms and the Man: III

  • Yorke Stephens
Part of the Interviews and Recollections Series book series (IR)


From an interview with Yorke Stephens under ‘Music and the Drama’, Daily Chronicle, 10 November 1906. Yorke Stephens (1860–1937), Irish actor, created Bluntschli, and his memories of the 1894 rehearsals suggest that Shaw’s directing skills and technique were in the process of development (cf. Eva Moore below, p. 134). Stephens also created Valentine in the Stage Society production of You Never Can Tell on 26 November 1899.


Stage Technicality Irish Actor Vorticist Movement Scientific Controversy Rock Drill 
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