It's notoriously difficult to maintain a long career as a playwright
Despite having written Look Back in Anger, one of the landmark plays of the 20th century, John Osborne (1929-94) had no new plays staged in Britain for 16 years between Watch It Come Down (1976) and a regional production of Deja-Vu, an ill judged sequel to Anger, shortly before his death.
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