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As the fourth and final instance of the English drawing-room dramas that were Eliot's favored generic template, The Elder Statesman was singularly unfortunate in its timing: in 1956, just two years before its premiere, John Osborne's Look Back in Anger had opened in London, triggering a revolution in British theater that probably served to obscure retrospectively even the mixed success of Eliot's drama.
But it is not clear if he met Singapore's elder statesman Lee Kuan Yew, who has close relations with leaders of both China and Taiwan, to discuss cross-straits ties.
Viz Sykes, whom I remember mainly from his own lacklustre eponymous TV series two decades ago, and who has transmogrified into elder statesman of British theatre and entertainment.
Chuck, incidentally, remains an elder statesman of his beloved game.
McCarthy said: "Two years ago Niall didn't expect to be here having the time of his life, playing as the elder statesman in a vibrant young team.
PARTY king James Last has become the elder statesman of popular music - but he still gets his fans dancing in the aisles.
Haider Abdel Shafi, a Palestinian elder statesman who now chairs the Red Crescent Society in Gaza.
Although the characters are ostensibly heterosexual, Albee the gay elder statesman drops a few beads with his numerous phallic references and that giant pacifier's invitation to suck--which I, for one, thoroughly enjoyed.
The editor published The Words of Gardner Taylor to illustrate the sermons of an elder statesman on the gospel and the rich tradition of African-American preaching.
The elder statesman said he was transformed into "Hezza" and "a celebrity" after being immortalised by the rubber caricature on the long-running satirical series.
At nearly eighty years of age, this elder statesman of European gestural abstraction still paints daily, so one can expect to see new work on view as well.