No one in Barker's generation did more to change British Theatre In The Voysey Inheritance, a young man deals with the discovery that the inheritence due to him has been mismanaged by his own parents; A Waste (banned by the Lord Chamberlain) deals with a young man's life thrown away; The Secret Life is a portrait of spendthrift, indolent Edwardian aristocracy; Rococo is a one-act farce set in a vicarage and Vote by Ballot shows the teething troubles of mass democracy.
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Author Biography - Harley Granville-Barker
Harley Granville Barker 's plays include Waste; The Madras House, first produced at Duke of York's Theatre, 1910; The Secret Life and His Majesty, which received its first production at the Edinburgh International Festival by Orange Tree Theatre Company in 1992.