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Sir David Hare (1947-), Playwright

Sitter in 4 portraits
Hare produced his first play, Slag, in 1970. Between 1978 and 1997, the National produced eleven of Hare's plays. His best-known plays, Plenty, The Secret Rapture, Racing Demon, Skylight, The Permanent Way (2005) and The Power of Yes (2009) have also been produced on Broadway. His film work includes the screenplay for Oscar-winning film The Hours, Alexander the Great biopic (2005), and the screenplay for The Reader (2008). Hare has been Associate Director of the National Theatre since 1984. He was knighted in 1998.

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6746

Sir David Hare

by Paula Rego
pastel on paper laid on board, 2005
NPG 6746

x131677

Sir David Hare

by Roger Perry
bromide fibre print, 1975
NPG x131677

x128151

Sir David Hare

by Harry Borden
bromide fibre print, 10 July 1997
NPG x128151

x128063

Sir David Hare

by Neil Drabble
C-type colour print, 9 June 2005
NPG x128063

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