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... of the UK productions Time Out London wrote that this is "The fringe feel good show of the year", and was a Fringe Critics Choice ... The British Theatre Guide wrote that "The whole cast give all they’ve got...I defy you not to like it." Mike Shearer is "sparkling" ... gaydarnation.com wrote that "Zanna, Don't! is just the ticket to make the world seem fabulous again." Mike Shearer gives a "skilful performance" of "Zanna that is both campy narrator and emotional ...
... Fey, Robert Carlock, Matt Hubbard, Jack Burditt and John Riggi, who all wrote, or co-wrote at least two episodes ... Donald Glover and Andrew Guest only wrote, or co-wrote, one episode each ...
... of his comedy writing, Took was the writing partner of Marty Feldman and wrote for several television shows in the 1950s and 1960s, including The Army Game and its spin-off Bootsie and Snudge ... He co-wrote Beyond Our Ken for two seasons (1958–1959) with Eric Merriman for BBC Radio before leaving after a disagreement with his fellow writer ... With Marty Feldman he wrote most episodes of Round the Horne ...
... Cortés wrote that the other lords would be too frightened to plot against him again, as they believed he had uncovered the plan through magic powers ... me when I entrusted myself to you in my city of Mexico! Díaz wrote that afterwards, Cortés suffered from insomnia due to guilt, and badly injured himself ... Ixtlilxóchitl, a Mestizo historian and descendant of Coanacoch, wrote an account of the executions in the 17th century partly based on Texcocan oral tradition ...
... noted 18th century librettist was Lorenzo da Ponte, who wrote the libretti for three of Mozart's greatest operas, as well as for many other composers ... The French writers' duo Henri Meilhac and Ludovic Halévy wrote a large number of opera and operetta libretti for the likes of Jacques Offenbach, Jules Massenet and Georges Bizet ... Arrigo Boito, who wrote libretti for, among others, Giuseppe Verdi and Amilcare Ponchielli, also composed two operas of his own ...
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