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Title: The Merry Wives of Windsor
Authors: Shakespeare, William [Playwright]
Keywords: Allan Wilkie Shakespearean Company [Production Company][Presenting Company]
Allan Wilkie [Actor]
Vincent Scully [Actor] [Stage Manager]
Chris Olgar [Actor]
Vivian Edwards [Actor]
Guy Hastings [Actor]
Winsor Gordon [Actor]
Edward Landor [Actor]
J Roy Workman [Actor]
Augustus Neville [Actor]
Jack Lennon [Actor]
Leslie Manners [Actor]
Fred Patey [Actor]
Miss Amy Birch [Actor]
Richard Mack [Actor]
Miss Vera St John [Actor]
Helen Fergus [Actor]
Lorna Forbes [Actor]
Miss Hunter-Watts [Actor]
Frank Kenny [Company Manager]
Lou Weichard [Musical Director]
P Oscar Olliffe [Tour manager]
Elizabethan
Drama
Issue Date: 1926
Publisher: Herbert Myers, Theatre Royal, Adelaide
Abstract: Theatre programme, part of the Angel Symon Collection of the University of Adelaide. Catalogue Number:14.
Description: Further Information: The programme is undated, 1926 is a calculated guess from AusStage, advertising is very twenties. However advertising for the Essex Super Four, replaced by the Essex Six in 1924, might indicate an earlier date. Venue: Theatre Royal, Hindley St., Adelaide. Physical Description of Programme: Five sheets double sided and double columned to produce a 16 page programme with covers. Printer: Publishers Limited, Alexandra Chambers, Grenfell St.,Adelaide.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/1017
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