Sir Nel Coward was an English playwright, actor, producer, and composer, born in Teddington. He was noted particularly as a chronicler of British upper-class life. Coward wrote The Vortex in 1924, produced it in London with himself in the leading role, and in 1925 appeared in it in New York City. From then on his versatility was displayed throughout the English-speaking world. This book is a collection of 32 coward classics. Also includes an introduction by Nel Coward himself and some rare archive photos of productions that Coward was involved in. 170 printed pages.