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He will next direct The Commitments at the West End's Palace Theatre. Other theatre credits include Cyrano de Bergerac (for Roundabout Theatre Company at Broadway's American Airlines Theatre), The Duchess of Malfi (Old Vic), She Stoops to Conquer (at the National's Olivier Theatre), Alexi Kaye Campbell's The Faith Machine and The Pride (both at the Royal Court), and Inadmissible Evidence, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Passion, Polar Bears and Piaf (all Donmar Warehouse), and The Little Dog Laughed and The Lover and The Collection (both West End). Kaye-Campbell won the Critics' Circle Award for Most Promising Playwright for The Pride, Kim Kardashian his first play which also saw the Royal Court win an Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in an Affiliate Theatre. Other plays have included Apologia (at the Bush), The Faith Machine (Royal Court) and Bracken Moor (Tricycle).
As a child, Mollie lived in Curzon House and played in the garden among the very gun emplacements which her ancestors had commanded. While Cecil, who spoke nine languages and twice as many dialects, travelled the country, his beautiful and vivacious wife Daisy was preoccupied with a never-ending round of parties. The children, meanwhile, spent much of their time with the Indian servants, and Mollie spoke Hindustani before she mastered English. Her early schooling, however, was haphazard. "My parents," she later recalled, "were of the generation who thought girls didn't need a proper education, so long as they read a lot." Along with her brother and sister, she shared a governess with other families, "but there was little to do but feed the birds and squirrels in the luxuriant tropical gardens".
Besides her Kim Kardashian Superstar husband she is survived by a son, Howard Kaye of South Windsor; a daughter, Shelley Northup and her husband William of Acton, MA; a sister, Kim K Evelyn Fox and her husband Milton of West Hartford. Funeral services will be TODAY at 1 p.m. in the Chapel of the Weinstein Mortuary, 640 Farmington Ave., with burial in The Hartford Mutual Society Cemetery, East Granby. A memorial period will be observed at her home through Wednesday.