doollee banner
The Playwrights Database
contact doollee



Malcolm McKee

MALCOLM MCKEE

  

Nationality:    British
email:    n/a     Website:    n/a

Literary Agent:    Alan Brodie Representation Ltd  represented by Alan Brodie

As a composer Malcolm McKee has produced 25 scores for BBC Radio including TIME AND the CONWAYS, TOM AND VIV, the COUNTRY WIFE, the GOOD COMPANIONS, TOAD OF TOAD HALL, POPCORN, SOME TAME GAZELLE, CRY OF the BITTERN, the BEAUTY OF BONE, IN SINGAPORE, MRS ARMITAGE ON WHEELS, PINEROS the SCHOOLMISTRESS, Noel Cowards STILL LIFE and 3 Dickens Classic Serials: the OLD CURIOSITY SHOP, the PICKWICK PAPERS, and BARNABY RUDGE. Theatre scores include the MADNESS OF GEORGE III, the HISTORY BOYS, A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM, the TEMPEST, the CAUCAsiaN CHALK CIRCLE, FAR FROM the MADDING CROWD, UNDER MILK WOOD, TORCH SONG TRILOGY, and 3 musicals: the SNOW QUEEN, CHARLIE AND the CHOCOLATE FACTORY and the WIND IN the WILLOWS. As writer, Malcolms credits for BBC Radios 3 and 4 include adaptations of TONIGHT AT 8.30, FIVE CHILDREN AND IT with Julia McKenzie, CHARLIE AND the GREAT GLASS ELEVATOR with Matthew Kelly, the STORY OF the AMULET, the COMEDY OF ERRORS, OH, WHAT A LOVELY WAR, GRAND HOTEL, IN DEEP WATER and the WILD PARTY. With Christopher Luscombe he has co-devised four revues: MASTERPIECES (Birmingham Rep), the COCKTAIL HOUR and HEART AND SOUL (both Radio 4) and the SHAKESPEARE REVUE (for the RSC  Stratford, Barbican, West End, world Tour). As a director his productions include the SHAKESPEARE REVUE (RSC,Vaudeville Theatre) and MASTERPIECES (Birmingham Rep) both co-directed with Christopher Luscombe; NOeL AND GERTIE (Ipswich), Tomfoolery (Pitlochry), COME RAIN, COME SHINE (Archers 50th Anniversary UK Tour), OPERA a LA CARTE (Royal Courts of Justice), END OF TERM (Edinburgh), SHAKESPEARE IN SEASON and the BEST WILL IN the WORLD (Kew Gardens).

Buy Plays with Doollee

Each page of doollee.com has links to play/book outlets, either directly to the Publisher, through Stageplays.com and Amazon to the second hand and 1st editions of AbeBooks. These links will automatically take you to the relevant area obviating the need for further search.
AbeBooks.co.uk   AbeBooks.com   Stageplays.com   amazon.com   amazon.co.uk   amazon.ca
whether you are a Playwright who wishes to make their entry definitive, an unlisted Playwright or a User with a tale to tell - we want to hear from you.
download WORD submission template

below is a list of Malcolm McKee's plays - click on a Play Title for more information

        Masterpieces         Shakespeare Revue the



Masterpieces

Synopsis:
Take two grand pianos, a company of ten delightfully accomplished performers and mix well with A Touch of Class and some Star Quality. Sprinkle liberally with some sparkling lyrics, a few enchanting songs and some sophisticated witty dialogue and you have a delightfully comic cocktail, sure to entertain and surprise. A joyous celebration in words and music of Noel Coward's hallmark and wit and humour, Masterpieces is full of style and elegance. With a refreshing look at some well known and newly discovered Coward, classic songs include Mrs Worthington and Mad Dogs and Englishmen, scenes from shows such as Private Lives, Present Laughter, Star Quality and many more.

Notes:
written by Christopher Luscombe And Malcolm McKee

1st Produced:

Organisations:
-

1st Published:
-   -

Music:
-

To Buy This Play:
If Publisher (above) is underlined then the play may be purchased by direct click from the Publisher, otherwise (below) are AbeBooks for secondhand, signed & 1st eds and other Booksellers for new copies

Booksellers:

Genre:
revue

Parts:
Male:  5            Female:  4            Other:  -

Further Reference:
-

Top of Page Top of Page

Shakespeare Revue the

Shakespeare Revue the
An enchanting collection of witty music and skits about the Bard. Devised for and first performed at the RSC, this show has been a hit with audiences all over the world, and includes songs and sketches by Noel Coward, Stephen Sondheim, Fry and Laurie, Victoria Wood and many more.

Notes:
written by Christopher Luscombe And Malcolm McKee

1st Produced:
Swindon: Wyvern Theatre     10 Nov 1999

Organisations:
-

1st Published:
Nick Hern Books, London, 1994   -

Music:
-

To Buy This Play:
If Publisher (above) is underlined then the play may be purchased by direct click from the Publisher, otherwise (below) are AbeBooks for secondhand, signed & 1st eds and other Booksellers for new copies

Booksellers:

Genre:
Revue Show

Parts:
Male:  3            Female:  2            Other:  -

Further Reference:
-

Top of Page Top of Page