Neilson-Terry Guild of Dramatic Art
The Neilson-Terry Guild of Dramatic Art was a drama school at 17 Cavendish Square in London. In the 1930s it was run by the actress and playwright, Louise Regnis. Students included playwright Elizabeth FitzRoy, Kirsten Forssmann, Mary Joan (Mollie) Hammond, and Marjorie Johnstone. During World War II most of the school went to Bath, and the company was finally shut down in 1948.
The Nielson-Terry theatre family had included the Victorian actor Fred Terry, his wife Julia Neilson, their daughter Phyllis Neilson-Terry and son Dennis Neilson-Terry. Fred Terry's famous acting sisters included Ellen Terry, and his great nephew was John Gielgud.
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