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accountant , theatre consultant

Anthony Field, British accountant, theatre consultant. Recipient C.B.E. Queen Elizabeth, 1984. Chairman Liverpool Institute Performing Arts, Ltd., since 1990, Lyric Hammersmith, 1985-1991; trustee Chichester Festival Theatre, England, 1991-1997; magistrate Southwest London, 1968-1977; visiting magistrate Wandsworth Prison, 1974-1977. Fellow Institute Chartered Accountants.

Background

Field, Anthony was born on August 16, 1928 in London. Son of Charles and Zelda (Robinson) Field.

Education

D. Little, City University, London, 1987. Doctor of Fine Arts, Linfield College, 1995.

Career

Audit clerk J. Hulbert Grave & Company, London, 1950-1956. Finance director Chesterfield Properties Ltd., 1956-1958, Arts Council Great Britain, London, 1958-1985. Vice-chairman Theatre Projects Consultant Ltd., since 1985.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author, prodr: The West End Salutes Leonard Bernstein, 1988. Producer: Tea and Sympathy, 1958, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, 1958, A View from the Bridge, 1958, I'm Not Rappaport, 1988, The Fifteen Streets, 1988, Staring at the Sun, 1998.

Membership

Chairman Liverpool Institute Performing Arts, Ltd., since 1990, Lyric Hammersmith, 1985-1991. Trustee Chichester Festival Theatre, England, 1991-1997. Magistrate Southwest London, 1968-1977.

Visiting magistrate Wandsworth Prison, 1974-1977. Fellow Institute Chartered Accountants.

Connections

father:
Charles Field

mother:
Zelda (Robinson) Field