- Sir Trevor (Robert). born 1940, British theatre director; artistic director (1968–86) and chief executive (1968–86) of the Royal Shakespeare Company; artistic director of the Royal National Theatre (1997–2003). His productions include Nicholas Nickleby (1980), Cats (1981), and Les Misérables (1985)
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