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dc.date.accessioned2006-08-30T06:19:08Z
dc.date.available2006-08-30T06:19:08Z
dc.date.issued1891-02-21
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/2328/1188
dc.descriptionVenue: Theatre Royal, Hindley St., Adelaide Physical Description: 2 double sided sheets to produce four pages, on paper. Programme entitled The Darling Cigar Advocate, Adelaide February 1891. Half of back page for Emmanuel Solomon( SP bookie), described as the Broken Hill Leviathan. Second manager of Queen's Theatre, Adelaide. Also refers to performance of My Sweetheart but has no further details. Printer:Shawyer and Co., 22 Currie St., Adelaide.en
dc.description.abstractTheatre programme, part of the Angel Symon Collection of the University of Adelaide. Catalogue Number:17 Abstract: Performed at Terry's Theatre in London for 46 weeks and then throughout Great Britain and Australia with enormous success.In Melbourne, 8 weeks at the Bijou Theatre and 6 weeks at the Criterion in Sydney.en
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dc.language.isoen
dc.publisherShawyer and Co., 22 Currie St., Adelaide.en
dc.rightsRights - Copies of these images may be made for private research/study.en
dc.subjectProfessionalen
dc.subjectMusical Theatreen
dc.subjectMusical Comedyen
dc.subjectStacey's Comedy Company [Production Company / Presenting Company ]en
dc.subjectWybert Reeve [Administrator ]en
dc.subjectHerr Holm [Musical Director ]en
dc.subjectMadge Grey [Performer ]en
dc.subjectJessie Stacey [Performer ]en
dc.subjectLittle Mollie - [Performer ]en
dc.subjectBaby Gertie - [Performer ]en
dc.subjectEdwin Campbell [Performer ]en
dc.subjectViolet Sheridan [Performer ]en
dc.subjectG W Collier [Performer ]en
dc.subjectE A Stacey [Performer ]en
dc.subjectJ Kennedy [Performer ]en
dc.subjectCharles Marques [Scenic artist ]en
dc.subjectG W Collier [Stage manager ]en
dc.subjectArthur Garner [Lessee ]en
dc.subjectJames Cassius Williamson [Lessee ]en
dc.subjectE A Stacey [Sub-Lessee ]en
dc.subject.ddcT792 T3743
dc.subject.lcshSymon, F. A. N. (Floy Angel Nan), 1896-1976.
dc.subject.lcshTheater Program
dc.titleHans the Boatmanen
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