(November 9 to 23, 1991) His novel, "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," was adapted by Richard R. George in an Apprentice/Intern production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with the 1991-1992 Acting Apprentice Company in the cast. Reid Davis was director.
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[1988 interview with Todd McCormack] When you're writing a book, with people in it as opposed to animals, it is no good having people who are ordinary, because they are not going to interest your readers at all. Every writer in the world has to use the characters that have something interesting about them and this is even more true in children's books. I find that the only way to make my ...
At the start of World War II, Dahl enlisted in the RAF at Nairobi. Kenya. He was severely wounded after joining a fighter squadron in Libya, but later saw service as a fighter pilot in Greece and Syria. In 1942 he went to Washington as Assistant Air Attaché, where he started to write, and then transferred to Intelligence, ending the war as a wing commander. His first 12 short stories, based on ...
Main characters are often children.