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M. L. (Marie-Louise) Thiersch Theatre Programme Collection
Ballet, Circus, Dance, Festivals, Film, Kabuki, Music, Opera, Theatre

MSS 792 T3743.T

Biographical Note

Born in Düsseldorf in 1916, Marie-Louise Mathilde (Marlis) Thiersch attended school in both Germany and China.  As part of the German army, her father had been stationed in China during the First World War.  When the War was over, Marie-Louise and her brother, aged just five and six, joined him in China, along with their mother.  The children were sent to boarding schools and also received private tuition, with Marie-Louise excelling at languages.

In 1939 Thiersch travelled to Australia, settling in Adelaide.  She enrolled in an Arts Degree at the University of Adelaide in 1960, initially taking German I, for which she earned a Distinction and the Weimar-Ohlstrom Prize.  The following year she studied Education, French, German and Older German Language and Literature, winning the Prize for a second time.  By 1962 she had also received the A. J. Schulz Prize for German III, and in 1965 was conferred a B.A. (Hons.) for her thesis Hugo von Hofmannsthal’s Lustspiele und die Wiener Theatertradition.  In 1966 she was accepted as a candidate for the Master of Arts and, just two years later, was awarded the degree for her thesis Der Schwierige, von Hugo von Hofmannsthal als Lustpiel…, an interpretation of Hofmannsthal’s comedic play, ‘The difficult gentleman’.

Throughout her studies, Thiersch worked at the University, initially as Tutor in German (1963-67) and then as Senior Tutor (1968-69).  She also taught German Language and Literature at the University of New South Wales, and it was here that she pursued another passion, theatre.  She was a committed promoter of Australian playwriting and lectured in the Australian Theatre Studies Programme in the University’s School of Drama from 1974 until her retirement.  In 1977, with Philip Edward Parson, Thiersch co-founded what is now the Australasian Association for Theatre, Drama and Performance Studies (ADSA), and from 1979 directed the Australian branch of the International Theatre Institute, publishing the ITI newsletter and promoting Australian theatre’s international contacts.  She was also an enthusiastic foundation member of the Australian National Playwrights’ Conference, organising nine of its annual conferences.

Thiersch amassed a substantial collection of theatre programmes during her lifetime, donating more than 300 individual items to the Library.  Spanning the genres of ballet, music, opera, circus, dance, festivals, film and theatre, both Australian international, they augment the Theatre Collection and the programme collections of Cornell, Crouch, Locantro, Robertson, Silsbury and Symon.

Contents Listing


Australia. 1964-1970

1. Australian Ballet – Fourth Adelaide Festival - Her Majesty’s Theatre – March 15, 1966
The Lady and the Fool (Verdi), Illyria (Peter Tahourdin), Elektra (Malcolm Arnold)
Peggy van Praagh, Robert Helpmann, Kathleen Gorham, Garth Welch

2. Australian Ballet – Fourth Adelaide Festival - Her Majesty’s Theatre – March 25, 1966
Raymonda (Glazunov)
Peggy van Praagh, Robert Helpmann, Kathleen Gorham, Garth Welch

3. Australian Ballet –Her Majesty’s Theatre – August 20, 1970
Symphony in Gold (Mendelssohn), Petrouchka (Stravinsky), Sun Music (Peter Sculthorpe)
Peggy van Praagh, Robert Helpmann, Marilyn Jones, Garth Welch

4. Australian Ballet – Sixth Adelaide Festival - Her Majesty’s Theatre – March 23, 1970
Les Patineurs (Meyerbeer), Serenade (Tchaikovsky), Casse Noisette (Tchaikovsky), Hamlet (Tchaikovsky).
Peggy van Praagh, Robert Helpmann, Rudolph Nureyev, Lucette Aldous, Marilyn Jones, Garth Welch

5. Australian Ballet – Sixth Adelaide Festival - Her Majesty’s Theatre – March 23, 1970
Don Quixote (Minkus).
Peggy van Praagh, Robert Helpmann, Rudolph Nureyev, Lucette Aldous, Marilyn Jones, Garth Welch

6. Australian Ballet – Third Adelaide Festival - Her Majesty’s Theatre – March 14, 1964
Just for Fun (Shostakovich), The Display (Malcom Williamson)
Peggy van Praagh, Kathleen Gorham, Marilyn Jones, Garth Welch

Other countries. 1955-1971

7. Borovansky Ballet – Theatre Royal – June 11, 1954
Swan Lake (Tchaikovsky), Symphonie Fantastique (Berlioz), Blue Danube (Johann Strauss)
Peggy Sayer, Kathleen Gorham, Paul Grinwis, Rauol Celada.

8. Bolshoi Ballet – Theatre Royal – June 29, 1970
Swan Lake (Tchaikovsky), Giselle (Adam), Toys (Vjatskie), Flames of Paris (Asafiev), Carmen (Bizet), Les Sylphides (Chopin), The Little Humpbacked Horse (Schedrin), Don Quixote (Minkus), Ocean and Pearls (Pugni), Russian Dance (Tchaikovsky), Gypsy Dance (Zelobinsky), Spring Waters (Rakhmaninov), Dying Swan (Saint Saens), Sleeping Beauty (Tchaikovsky), Dolls (Liadov), Spartacus (Khachaturian), Peace and War (Petrov), Raymonda (Glazonov),



9. The Two’s Company - Palace of Varieties – BilloTheatre Archer Street North Adelaide - undated
Anthony Roberts, David Dallwitz

10. Early English Music Sacred and Secular – Adelaide University Madrigal Society – Elder Hall - September 23, 1965
Cecily Wood Recorder Ensemble, Geraldine Hackett-Jones, The AUMS Consort of Singers


11. Sins of Society – Music Hall Restaurant, 156 Military Road Neutral Bay -undated

12. O Vile Pretender – – Music Hall Restaurant, 156 Military Road Neutral Bay - undated


13. English Chamber Orchestra Ensemble with Daniel Barenboim – Queen Elizabeth Hall London – December 14, 1970
Mozart – Piano Quartet in g, K 478, Oboe Quartet in F, K 370, Piano Quartet in E flat, K 493.

14. London Mozart Players Ralph Holmes – Thorndike Theatre, Surrey – February 16, 1975
JS Bach, Brandenburg Concerto 3, JS Bach, Violin Concerto in E, Vivaldi, Four Seasons.

15. Musical: Golden Boy - London Palladium – June 4, 1968.
Sammy Davis Jr Viv Martin, Lon Satton

Germany, Austria

16. Thalia Theater Hamburg - Season Program November 1985
Peer Gynt, Oedipus, Faust

17. Landestheater Salzburg, 1970-71
Magic Flute (Mozart)

18. Recording - Die Schuld von Müllner – Henning Köhler
Joachim Bliese

19. Akademisches Orchester of Karl Marx University, Leipzig, Catalogue 21 October 1985 to 26 May, 1986
Geikssler, Mozart, Mendelssohn, Lortzing, Kurz, Schubert,Zelenka, Brixi, JSBach, Prokofiev, Vivaldi, Haydn, Wagenseil, Dvorak, Handel, Neubert, Beethoven.

20. Hour of Music – Berliner Doppelquartett – Heimatmuseum Beeskow, 17.10.1985
Handel, Schütz, Mendelssohn, Hassler, Scandellus, JS Bach, Schubert, Brahms.

Musica Viva. 1969 - 1989

21. Beau Arts Trio – Memorial Hall, St. Peter’s College  – 3 June, 1989
Haydn Ravel, Brahms

22. Beau-Arts String Quartet – Adelaide Town Hall, 27 October, 1969
Mozart, Prokofiev, Ravel

23. Academy of S. Martin in the Fields – Adelaide Festival Theater – 31 May, 1989
Mozart, Schonberg, Arnold, Tchaikovsky, Purcell, Rossini, Wolf, Paul Patterson, Dvorak, Britten

South Australian Symphony Orchestra. 1968

24. Centennial Hall, Wayville – March 18, 1970
Henry Krips, Benjamin Britten, Peter Pears. Works by Beethoven and Britten


Australia. 1955-1990

24. Magic Flute Mozart – Sydney Opera House – 26 October 1973
Chesne Ryman, Anson Austin, Ronald Maconaghie

25. Tristan und Isolde Wagner – Adelaide Festival - Adelaide Festival Theatre – March 3, 1990
Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Stuart Challender, Marilyn Richardson

26. Der Rosenkavalier Richard Strauss – Her Majesty’s Theatre – May 2, 1972
Elizabethan Trust Melbourne Orchestra Stuart Challender, Marilyn Richardson

27. Tosca Puccini – Sydney Opera House – July 1, 1981
Elizabethan Sydney Orchestra,  Carlo Cillario, John Shaw, Marilyn Zschau
Elizabethan Trust Opera Co.  1967

28. Boris Godonov Mussorgsky – Her Majesty’s Theatre – May 2, 1972
Elizabethan Sydney Orchestra, Carlo Cillario, John Shaw, Marilyn Zschau
Elizabethan Trust Opera Co.  1967

29. JC Williamson Season 1955. Aida, Carmen, Il Trovatore, La Boheme, Barber of Seville, Lucia di Lammermoor, Rigoletto, La Traviata, Madam Butterfly, Manon, Turandot, Tosca, Faust, Cavalleria Rusticana, I Pagliacci.

30. La forza del destino.Verdi Her Majesty’s Theatre Sydney June 13, 1970.Australian Opera
Elizabethan Trust Orchestra, Cillario, Neil Warren-Smith, Morag Beaton

31. The Magic Flute, Mozart Australian Opera, Sydney Opera House October 22, 1973.

32. The Flying Dutchman, Wagner, Elizabethan Theatre Trust, Her Majesty’s Theatre Adelaide, June 27, 1967.
Elizabethan Trust Orchestra, Mayer, Neil Warren-Smith, Marcella Reale, Raymond Myers

England. 1982 & undated

33. The Beggar’s Opera John Gay, The Cottesloe Theatre, July 1, 1982
William Armstrong

34. Tommy Rock Opera Pete Townshend, Phoenix Theatre, Leicester, May 22, ?
William Armstrong

English National Opera. 1974-75 & undated

35. Gloriana, Benjamin Britten, English National Opera, London Coliseum, October 21, 1966
English National Opera Chorus and Orchestra, Roderick Brydon.

English Opera Group. 1970

36. Three Church Parables – Curlew River, The Burning Fiery Furnace, The Prodigal Son, Benjamin Britten, English Opera Group, Bonython Hall Adelaide, March 7, 1970.
Benjamin Britten, Peter Pears, Bryan Drake.

Germany. 1960-1975 & undated

37. Musical: Fiddler on the Roof, Jerry Bock,
Karl-Fritz Voigtmann, Herbert Rössler, Joachim Hentschel.

38. Idomeneo, Mozart, Staatsoper, March 1971
Václav Kašlik.

39. Der Liebestrank, Donizetti State Opera, Cologne, June 29, 1977
Michael Hampe.

40. Macbeth, Verdi, State Opera,Cologne, January 31, 1971
Berislav Klobučar, Peter Glossop, Birgit Nilsson

41. Wir erreichen den Fluß, Henze. State Opera,Cologne, 1975?
Michael Hampe.

42. Death in Venice, Britten. Deutsche Oper, Berlin, June 6, 1975
Anthony Besche, Teresa Zylis-Gara, Peter Lagger

Sadler’s Wells Opera.  1973 & undated
Scotland.  1975
State Opera.  1987, 1989

Adelaide. 1987. 1989

43. The Czardas Princess, Kálmán, State Opera of SA, Opera Theatre, November 20, 1987
Dennis Olsen, ASO, David Kram, Geoffrey Harris, Deborah Riedel

44. Fidelio, Beethoven, State Opera of SA. Adelaide Festival Theatre, June 20, 1989
Bernd Benthaak, ASO, David Kram, Geoffrey Harris, Merlyn Quaife

Gilbert & Sullivan. 1969 & undated

45. Iolanthe, The Elizabethan Theatre Trust Opera Co, Her Majesty’s Theatre, August 28, 1969
New Elizabethan Trust Orchestra, William Reid, Dennis Olsen, Maureen Howard.

Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. 1974-1978

46. Peter Grimes, Britten, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden , May 26, 1978
Elijah Moshinsky, Colin Davis, Elizabeth Bainbridge, John Dobson, Robert Tear.

47. Tannhaüser, Wagner, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden , March 6, 1975
Elijah Moshinsky, Edward Downes, Siv Wennberg, Richard Cassilly.
48. Wozzeck, Berg, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden , March 26, 1975
Elijah Moshinsky, Mauritz Sillem, Geraint Evans Anja Silja, Richard Cassilly.

CIRCUS. 1968 & undated

49. The Great Moscow Circus. 1968.
Dimitry Sokolov. Boris Mamleyev, Joseph Dubinsky.

50. The Peking Acrobatic Troupe of China Undated (post 1982).
Liang Wei, Zhang Yingjan.

DANCE. 1966, 1986 & undated

51. Shochiku Revue Troupe, Kokusai Theater, Tokyo, undated

52. Grosse Fugue, Ballet von Hans Manen, Music: Beethoven, Cologne Playhouse, June 26, 1977.
Hans von Manen.

53. Australian Dance Theatre, Australia Hall Angas Street, Adelaide Festival, March 10, 1966.
Danses Concertantes Stravinsky, Blues for Two Ron Carter, Grizzly Bear Chain Gang Song and Harry Belafonte, Bushfire Ravi Shankar, Memory Samuel Barber,Family Portrait, Ellington Count Basie, Tancred and Corinda Holst, This Train Peter Paul and Mary, Primitive Rituals Olatunji, Pas de Trois Minkus, Horizons Laguestra, Hallucinations, Horn Lasry-Bachet and Badings.
Kevin Roberts, Zane Danson,

54. Fantastic Toys, Australian Dance Theatre, Playhouse, September 18, 1986
Nigel Kellaway, Sarah de Jong, Tia Propocz, Phil Callaghan

FESTIVALS. 1966-1991 & undated

55. The Injustice Done to Tou Ngo, Third Festival of Asian Arts, Urban Council of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Repertory Theatre, City Hall Theatre, October 17, 1978.
Yuen Lup Fun, Yim Koon Fat, Lo Wai Yee.

56. Cantonese Opera Lecture-Demonstration, City Hall Lecture Theatre, Hong Kong, October 15, 1978.
Li Po-Ying, Law Kar-Ying,

57. Femme Fatale, Cut out to be a Sex Goddess, Dolphin Theatre, University of Western Australia, February 19, 1991
Snarling Beasties, Ennio Marchetto

58. Richard III, Shakespeare, Festival of Perth, New Fortune Theatre Company, February 7, 1968
Philip Parsons, Martin Redpath,

59. Halloran’s Little Boat, Thomas Keneally, Festival of Perth, Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust, Playhouse Theatre, February 5, 1968
Irene Mitchell, Paul Karo.

60. Moon on a Rainbow, Shawl Errol John, Festival of Perth, Patch Theatre, University Sunken Garden, February 14, 1968
Harold Walsh, Nita Pannell.

61. Staircase, Charles Dyer, Festival of Perth, Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust Playhouse Theatre, February 19, 1968
George Fairfax, Sydney Conabere, John Frawley
62. Night of the Ding Dong, Ralph Peterson, SA Theatre Company, Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust, September 20, 1966
John Tasker, Ron Graham, Allen Bickford, Dennis Olsen, Hedley Cullen

63. A Moon for the Misbegotten, Eugene O’Neill, University of NSW Drama Foundation, Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust, 1966
Robin Lovejoy, Michael Bowie.

64. The Killing of Sister George, Frank Marcus, University of Melbourne, Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust, Union Theatre Repertory Company, 1966
George Ogilvie, Margaret Millar.

65. Altona, Jean-Paul Sartre, National Theatre of WA, Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust, Union Theatre Repertory Company, September 6, 1966
Edgar Metclafe, Rosemary Barr, Eileen Colocott, James Beattie.

66. Pitlochry Festival Theatre – program 26 April – 4 October 1975
Kenneth Ireland, David Birch

67. Festival of Four Plays – A Moon for the Misbegotten: Eugene O’Neill, The Killing of Sister George: Frank Marcus, Altona: Sartre, Night of the Ding-Dong: Ralph Peterson, August 9 – October 1, 1966. Adelaide Teachers’ College Theatre.
Old Tote Sydney, Union Theatre Rep, Melbourne, National Theatre Perth, SA Theatre Company, Adelaide.

68. Edinburgh International Festival – program 24 August – 13 September 1975
Jack Kane, Peter Diamand

69. Shakespeare Coriolanus and The Winter’s Tale– English Shakespeare Company, Festival of Perth February 27 – March 9, 1991.Adelaide Festival Centre Trust March 12-23, 1991.
Michael Bogdanov, Karen Ardiff.

70. Chichester 70- Peer Gynt Henrik Ibsen, Vivat! Vivat Regina Robert Bolt, Arms and the Man Shaw, The Alchemist Ben Jonson, 11 May – 12 September, 1970.
Roy Dotrice, Peter Coe, Peter Dews, John Clements,

71. Chichester 73- The Director of the Opera Lucienne Hill, The Seagull Checkovt, R loves J Ustinov Alexander Faris, Dandy Dick Pinero, 7 May – 15 September 1973
Jonathan Miller, Wendy Toye, Peter Dews, John Clements.

72. Chichester 74- Tonight we Improvise Luigi Pirandello, The Confederacy Vanbrugh Oedipus Sophocles, A Month in the Country Ivan Turgenev, 13 May – 21 September 1974
Keith Michell, Wendy Toye, Peter Coe, Tony Robertson, Robin Archer.

73. Chichester 75- Made in Heaven Andrew Sachs, 14 July – 19 September 1975
Wendy Toye, John Gunter


FILM. 1974-75 & undated

74. 12th Adelaide Film Festival Chelsea Cinema 20 July – 30 September 1989
Peter Crayford

75. 12th Film Festival Leatherhead Surrey Thorndike Theatre 1 July – 3 August 1974
Peter Crayford

Individual performers. 1963-1970

76. Joyce Grenfell, JC Williamson Theatres Ltd, Her Majesty’s Theatre Adelaide 23.8.1966
William Blezard

77. Marcel Marceau, JC Williamson Theatres Ltd, Comedy Theatre Melbourne 1.4.1963
Pierre Verry

78. Sammy Davis Jr., John Harrigan & Chequers, Australian Tour March 1970
George Rhodes

KABUKI. 1965

79. Kabuki Play, Kabuki Theatre, Tokyo
Takejiro Ohtani

80. Noh, International Congress of Pediatrics, Kanze Kaikan Theatre, Tokyo, 8 November 1965
Takeda Takashi

81. Shin Usuyuki Monogatari, Futaomote Mizuni Tra Tsuki, Sansho Dayu Gonin Musume, Ataka No Seki, Hosokawa Gratia Fujin, Two Dances, Kabukiza Theatre, Tokyo, November 1965
Yuki Yamamoto

Adelaide Theatre. 1953-1990 & undated

82. Blood Wedding F Garcia Lorca, Adelaide Theatre Group, Willard Hall October 22-31, 1959.
Paul Rutenis, Roslynn Barker

83. The three Sisters Chekov, Adelaide Theatre Group, Adelaide Festival, Sheridan Theatre, North Adelaide, March 12-26, 1966.
Colin Ballantyne, John Jarvie, Judith Dick.

84. The Royal Hunt of the Sun Peter Shaffer, SA Theatre Company, Adelaide Festival, Bonython Hall, North Adelaide, March 14, 1966.
John Tasker

85. Barry Humphries Just a Show, JC Williamson Theatres, Clifford Hocking, Her Majesty’s Theatre Adelaide from July 1, 1968
Rosalind Humphries, Marnie Hall
86. Revue: Scribble on the Wall, Adelaide University, 1966
Paul Haines, Ian Owens.

87. The Comedian Henri Ghéon, Therry Dramatic Society, Willard Hall, February 18-26, 1966
Janette Pitcher, Brian Wenzel

88. Intimate Opera, Adelaide Festival, The Master Puppet Show Falla, If the Cap Fits Geoffrey Bush, Susann’a Secret Wolf-Ferrari, Mead Hall Flinders Street, March 10-24, 1966
Max Pearce, Thomas Edmonds, Rae Cocking.

89. Arms and the Man George Bernard Shaw,
The Festival Set-up: A Revue, A Comedy John Hepworth, Australian Play Company, Adelaide Festival, Stow Theatre, March 14-26, 1966.
Terry Stapleton, Roger Cardwell, Carmel Millhouse, Roger Penny.

90. Catalogue of Paintings by Australian Artists for Sale, Adelaide Festival, Osborne Art Gallery, Leigh Street, March 9-26, 1966.
Noel Counihan, Ray Crooke, David Dridan, Adrian Feint, Donald Friend, John Goodchild, Sali Herman, Jacqueline Hick, Louis Kahan, George Lawrence, Alex Leckie, Justin O’Brien, Kathleen O’Connor, Lloyd Rees, Ainslie Roberts, John Rowell, Bernhard Rust, Elaine Wreford.

91.Die Kammermusiker of Switzerland, Musica Viva, Adelaide Festival, Adelaide Town Hall March 21, 1966.
Brenton Langbein

92. Peter O’Shaughnessy as George Bernard Shaw on Love and War, Arts Council of Australia (SA Division), Adelaide Festival Arts Theatre, 1966.

93. Prince of Homburg Heinrich von Kleist, State Theatre of SA, Adelaide Festival, Playhouse, October 2, 1982.
Louis Nowra, Robert Menzies.

94. Adelaide Festival Brochure. March 6 – 28. 1976 – includes Radio Symphony Orchestra, Saarbrücke, Contemporary Chamber Ensemble of New York, Peter Frankl, John Alldis Choir, John Cage, Ralph Kirshbaum, Ashleigh Tobin, Australian Opera, New Opera SA, SA Theatre Company, The Negro Ensemble Company, Spike Milligan, Richard Bradshaw, Merce Cunningham and Dance Company
Anthony Steel.

95. Macbeth Shakespeare, Medea Euripides adapted Robinson Jeffers, Dame Judith Anderson, Adelaide Festival, Elder Hall, March 11 – 18, 1966
James Condon, Betty Lucas.

96. Antony and Cleopatra Shakespeare, The University of Adelaide Theatre Guild, Little Theatre University of Adelaide, September 15 – October 1, 1988
Warwick Cooper, Michael Baldwin, Joanna Jackermis.

97. Engel Family, Arkaba Lodge, Adelaide Festival, 23 March 1966
Fritz, Hans, Liesl, Max, Pauli, Resl, Rosl and Margarete Engel
98. The Egg Felicien Marceau, Adelaide theatre Group, Willard Hall, Sept 17 – 26, 1957
Francis Flannagan, Michael Morgan, Muriel Rendell.

99. Man of La Mancha Dale Wasserman, JC Williamson Theatres Ltd., Her Majesty’s Theatre, 20 July, 1968
Marnel Sumner, Charles West, Suzanne Steele

100. Peter Dawson: Off the Record David Mitchell Melvyn Morrow, Harvest Theatre Company, Union Hall, March-April 1988
Roger Howell, Tom Lingwood, Paul Rickard-Ford.

101. The Crucible Arthur Miller, Pioneer Players, Pioneer Hall Seacombe Gardens, 6-9 June, 1962
Bruno Knez.

102. Lost Weekend John Romeril, State Theatre Company, Space Theatre. From August 12, 1989
John Gaden, IanWatson, Michele Fawdon, Daphne Gray.

103. Speed the Plough David Mamet, State Theatre Company, Space Theatre. From May 23, 1989
Ian Watson, Henri Szeps, George Whaley, Briony Williams.

104. Ring around the Moon Jean Anouilh adapted Christopher Fry, State Theatre Company, Playhouse. From November 25, 1989
Rodney Fisher, Hugo Weaving, John Gaden

105. Shirley Valentine Willy Russell, State Theatre Company, Playhouse. From September 30, 1989
George Ogilvie, Julie Hamilton.

106. The Tempest Shakespeare , State Theatre Company, Playhouse. From May 2, 1989
John Gaden, Ulli Bervé, Paul Blackwell.

107. The Rover Aphra Behn, State Theatre Company, Playhouse. June 20 – July 15, 1989
Gale Edwards, Bob Baines, Brandon Burke, Merridy Eastman.

108. The Runner Stumbles Milan Stitt, Adelaide Repertory, Arts Theatre Angas Street May 1986
Peter Goers

109. Don Juan comes back from the War Odön von Horváth trans. Christopher Hampton, NIDA, Parade Theatre, Kensington, NSW, October 1987.
Aubrey Mellor

110. Capricornia Xavier Herbert adapted Louise Nowra, State Theatre Company, Playhouse September 8, 1990.
Kingston Anderson, Bill McClusky, Bradley Byquar, Lydia Miller.

111. In Camera Jean-Paul Sartre, The Bald Prima-Donna Eugene Ionesco, Adelaide University Dramatic Society, Union Hall August 1, 1962.
Tony Gibbs, Peter Meredith, Jim Ogilvy.
112. The One Day of the Year Alan Seymour, John Edmund Theatre, Adelaide, April 25, 1967.
Jean Marshall, Jude Brennan, Doug Fuller.

Adelaide Festivals. 1962-1990 & undated (i)

112. J.B. Archibald MacLeish, Adelaide Festival, Union Hall, March 17-31, 1962
Richard Campion, Frank Waters, Alexander Hay, Rod Douglas, Maree Tomasetti

113. A Sleep of Prisoners Christopher Fry, Man Speaking Harold Lang, Arts Council of Australia, Voyage Theatre, Shedley Theatre and Union Hall, March 17-31, 1962
Harold Lang, Nicholas Amer, Greville Hallam.

114. Richard III Shakespeare, The Caucasian Chalk Circle Bertolt Brecht translated Nika Dzhordzhaneli, Adelaide Festival, Rustaveli Theatre company, Georgian State Academic Drama Theatre, Opera Theatre, March 11-22, 1986
Robert Sturua, Ramaz Chkhikvadze, Iza Gigoshvili.

115. Volpone Ben Jonson, Adelaide Festival, Freemasons’ Hall, March 20-31, 1962
Colin Ballantyne, Thomas Dysart, Edwin Hodgeman, Kamal.

116. The Mahabharata – The Game of Dice, Exile in the Forest, The War adapted Jean-Claude Carriere, Adelaide Festival with The Centre International de Creations Theatrales and The Royal Shakespeare Company, Anstey’s Hill Quarry, February 20 – March 2, 1988
Peter Brook, Micheline Rozan, William Wilkinson, Yoshi Oida, Vittorio Mezzogiorno.

117. Measure for Measure Shakespeare, Associated Artists, Adelaide Festival, Opera Theatre, March 23-26, 1988
Tessa Bremner, Piquet Steele, Susie Peters.

118. In the Grand Hotel Anne Marie Mykyta, Multicultural Youth Theatre, Comeout 89, Parks Theatre 1 Angle Park, April 4 – 8, 1989
Rex Cramphorn, John Dicks, Margaret Cameron.

119. Archaos, Cirque Revolutionaire, Adelaide Festival, Wayville Showgrounds March 3 – 18, 1990.
Pierrot Pillot-Bidon, Pascal Voinet.

120. Off to the Diggings John Courtney, Jemmy Green in Australia James Tucker, Adelaide University Theatre Guild, Adelaide Festival, Union Hall, March 10-19, 1966, Shedley Theatre Elizabeth March 21-26.
Peter O’Shaughnessy, Mark McManus

121. Top Silk David Williamson, Adelaide Festival Centre Trust, Kinselas Production, Playhouse, July 21, 1989.
Graeme Blundell, Tina Bursill, Geoff Morrell.

122. Peter Pears, Benjamin Britten, Adelaide Festival, Adelaide Town Hall, March 13 and 16, 1970.
Songs by Purcell, Schumann, Schubert, Grainger, Britten.

123. Writers’ Week, Adelaide Festival, The Marquee, 6-13 March, 1976,
Writes include Elizabeth Hardwick, Ted Hughes, Adrian Mitchell, Tennessee Williams.

124. Hamlet Shakespeare, Yuri Lyubimov, Leicester Haymarket theatre, Adelaide Festival, Her Majesty’s Theatre, March 13-17, 1990
Sally de Sousa, Daniel Webb, Richard Durden, Veronica Smart.

125. Don Juan Molière Bacula’s Pig David Kldiashvili, Georgian Film Actors’ Studio, Adelaide Festival, Royalty Theatre, March 6-17, 1990
Michael Tumanishvili, Zurab Kipshidze, Ninelli Chankvetadze, Natasha Shengelaia..

126. SA State Theatre Seasons 1975, As You Like it Shakespeare, How does your Garden Grow? Jim McNeil, Equus Peter Shaffer, Of Mice and Men John Steinbeck, Old Times Harold Pinter, Kennedy’s Children Robert Patrick, Othello Shakespeare, Blithe Spirit Noel Coward, When Voyaging Robert Couch, The Winslow Boy Terence Rattigan, Playhouse, April 3 – November 22, 1975
George Ogilvie, Rodney Fisher, George Whaley.

127. Kalakshetra Dancers of Madras Paduka Pattabishekam, Sita Haranam, Arts Council of Australia, Adelaide Festival, Arts Theatre, March 11-26, 1966
Rukmini Devi.

128. The Seagull Checkovt, SA Theatre Company, Adelaide Festival, Scott Theatre, March 6 – 28, 1970
Peter Collingwood, Barbara West, Edwin Hodgeman.

129. The Play of Daniel 13 th Century, Elder Conservatorium , Adelaide Festival, Bonython Hall, March 9 – 21, 1964
Colin Ballantyne, Deller Consort, Robert Dawe, JV Peters, Max Worthley.

130. Porgy and Bess Gershwin, Adelaide Festival, Norwood Town Hall, March 11 – 26, 1966
Ella Gerber, Alan Barker, Inia Te Wiata, Phyllis Bash.

Adelaide Festivals. 1962-1990 & undated (ii)

131. Adelaide Festival 1966, Souvenir program March 10 – 26, 1966
London Symphony Orchestra, Louis Kentner, Isabelle Nef, Die Kammermusiker Switzerland, Athens Drama Company,

132. Adelaide Festival 1970, Souvenir program March 6 – 28, 1970
Warsaw Philharmonic, Bartók String Quartet, English Opera Group, Peter Pears, Royal Shakespeare Company, Australian Ballet, Rudolph Nureyev, Royal Thai Ballet, Georgian Dance Ensemble,

133. Opera: Macbeth Verdi, Elizabethan Trust Opera Company, Adelaide Festival 1964, March 7, 1964.
John Shaw, Neil Warren Smith, Tais Taras

134. Macbeth in Camera, Adelaide Festival 1964, Prince Alfred College Hall, March 7-14, 1964.
Harold Lang, Nicholas Amer, Greville Hallam, Ralph Gruskin.

135. A Funny Kind of Entertainment with David Kossoff, Adelaide Festival 1966.

136. Adelaide Festival 1976, Booking Brochure, March 6 – 28, 1976
Radio Symphony Orchestra Saarbrücken, Contemporary Chamber Ensemble of New York, John Alldis, John Cage, Australian Opera.

137. Writers Week, Adelaide Festival 1966, March 13-20, 1966.
John Shaw, Neil Warren Smith, Tais Taras

138. The Resuscitation of the Little Prince Who Couldn’t Laugh as Performed by Young Mo at the Height of the Great Depression of 1929 Steve J Spears, Space, Circle Theatre Company, January 15-February 7, 1976.
Michael Blaylock, Michael Scheid, Robyn Archer,

139. Off to the Diggings John Courtney edited Peter O’Shaughnessy, Jemmy Green in Australia James Tucker edited Colin Roderick, Adelaide Festival, 1966, Union Hall and Shedley Theatre Elizabeth 10-26 March 1966.
Mark McManus, Peter O’Shaughnessy

140. Choreodrama: Electra Mikis Theodorakis, Monastiraki Stavros Xarchakos, Drama: Iphigenia in Aulis Euripides, Lysistrata Aristopanes, Adelaide Festival 1966, Athens Drama Company, Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust, Adelaide Teachers College Theatre March 16-26.
Costis Michaelides, Stefan Haag, Helena Rigis, Grigoris Vafias.

141. Adelaide Festival Centre Diary January-February 1976.

142. Adelaide Festival Centre Diary March-April 1976.

143. Drama: A Sleep of Prisoners Christopher Fry, Man Speaking Harold Lang, Macbeth in Camera Harold Lang, Arts Council of Australia, Adelaide Festival 1966, Union Theatre March 12-26, 1966
Harold Lang, Nicholas Amer, Grenville Hallam, David Kelsey.

Adelaide Theatre. 1953-1990 & undated

144. Moby Dick - rehearsed Herman Melville adapted Orson Welles, Adelaide University Theatre Guild, Union Hall, 16-21 July, 1962
Anthony Roberts, Colin Tilley, Max Height, Heather Steen.

145. The Caretaker Harold Pinter, Adelaide University Theatre Guild, Union Hall, 20-24 November, 1962
Leslie Dayman, Terry Stapleton, Tom Georgeson, John Paisley

146. The Taming of the Shrew Shakespeare, The Old Vic Company, JC Williamson Theatres Ltd., Theatre Royal, 17-22 October, 1955
Michael Benthall, Katharine Hepburn, Robert Helpmann.
147. La Traviata Verdi, JC Williamson Theatres Ltd., Theatre Royal, 5.July, 1955
Bruno Nofri, Gabriella Tucci, Maria Huder, Danilo Vega.

148. A Man for all Seasons Robert Bolt, Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust, Union Hall, 8 August, 1962
Raymond Westwall, John Gray, Robert Speaight

149. The Big Knife Clifford Odets, Independent Productions, Willard Hall, 17-26 October, 1957
Raymond Westwall, John Gray, Robert Speaight

150. The Merchant of Venice Shakespeare, Theatre 62 Hilton, 1967
John Edmund, Marian Heathfield, Jonathan Leigh

151. Hamlet Shakespeare, The Old Vic Company, Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust, Theatre Royal, 31 August, 1957
Hugh Hunt, Paul Rogers, Zoe Caldwell, Clement McCallin

152. Crime and Punishment Fyodor Dostoievsky adapted Rodney Ackland, The Adelaide Theatre Group, Studio Theatre North Adelaide, 26 October 1954
Terence Stapleton, Jeffrey Dugan, Barry Hughes,.

153. The Late Edwina Black William Dinner and William Morum, Phoenix Productions Willard Hall, 14 March 1957
Musgrave Horner, John Dick, Ray Wheeler, Mary Robbin, Pauline Dunstan.

154. Alfie Bill Naughton, Theatre 62, 1967.
Murray George, Barry Hill, Sandra Donovan.

155. John Gielgud Ages of Man based on George Ryland’s Shakespeare Anthology, JC Williamson Theatres Ltd., Her Majesty’s Theatre, 13.November, 1963.

156. The Relapse John Vanbrugh, Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust, Theatre Royal, 9 September, 1957
Robin Lovejoy, Paul Rogers, Rosalind Boxall, Zoe Caldwell.

157. Sailor Beware Philip King and Falkland Cary, JC Williamson Theatres Ltd., Theatre Royal, 16 June, 1956
Danny O’Neil, Myrtle Woods, Anthony Wager, Desmond Tester, Tony Bazell.

158. Camelot Lerner and Loewe, JC Williamson Theatres Ltd., Her Majesty’s Theatre, 30 November, 1963.
Raymond Westwell, Paul Daneman, Jacquelyn McKeever, Tom Larson, Desmond Walter-Ellis.

159. A Slight Ache Harold Pinter The Maids Jean Genet, Adelaide Theatre Group Sheridan Theatre North Adelaide, 23 September, 1966.
John Jarvie, Stanley Johnston, Anne Nicholson, Peter Cartledge, Patricia Abbott, Kim Warnaby

160. The Sport of My Mad Mother, Adelaide Theatre Group Sheridan Theatre North Adelaide, 5 November, 1965.
Colin Ballantyne, John Chatteris, Barbara Provo, Christopher Ralph.
161. Romeo and Juliet Shakespeare, Adelaide University Theatre Guild, Adelaide University Dramatic Society, Union Hall, 11-20 June, 1964
Frank Bailey, Tom Georgeson, Barbara West.

162. The Making of Moo Nigel Dennis, Adelaide Theatre Group, Sheridan Theatre North Adelaide, 11 November, 1966.
Colin Ballantyne, Grant Letcher, Alan Walden, Dayle Redden

163. The Rivals Sheridan, Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust, Theatre Royal, 1956
Robin Lovejoy, Clement McCallin, Dinah Shearing

164. My Heart’s in the Highlands William Saroyan The Respectful Prostitute Jean Paul Sartre, Theatres Associated, Little theatre, 26-29 August, 1953
Colin Ballantyne, Brian Francis, Jean Marshall

165. Dylan Thomas revisited John Llewellyn, Associated Theatres Sydney, Cottage Theatre Adelaide, undated
John Llewellyn

166. The Milk Train doesn’t Stop Here Anymore Tennessee Williams, Adelaide University Theatre Guild, Union Hall, 24 February -4 March, 1967
Don Barker, Pat Woods, Barry Pearce, Helen Mansfield.

167. People in Love Moira Lister, JC Williamson Theatres Ltd, Theatre Royal, 21 April, 1959
Moira Lister

168. Funny Girl Styne and Merrill, JC Williamson Theatres Ltd, Her Majesty’s Theatre, 11 February, 1967
Fred Hebert, Peter Narroway, Jill Perryman, Evie Hayes, Bruce Barry

169. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead Tom Stoppard, SA Theatre Company Inc, Scott Theatre, 18-29 August 1970.
Peter Batey, Khail Jureidini, Barry Hill.

170. Fairy Tales of New York JP Donleavy, Adelaide Theatre Group, Sheridan Theatre North Adelaide, 8 November, 1963.
Colin Ballantyne, Grant Letcher, Alan Walden, Dayle Redden

171. Human Flea Circus RL Dogg, Oval House, Kennington Oval Lindon SE11, 21 December, 1970 – 9 January 1971.
Leon Rosselson.

172. Summer of the Seventeenth Doll Ray Lawler, Adelaide University Theatre, Pioneer Players, Union Hall, 23 September - 1 October, 1966.
Harold Minnear, Audrie Stern, Brian Taylor.

173. Nude with Violin Noel Coward, Therry Dramatic Society, Willard Hall, 23 September – 1 October, 1966
Ray Wheeler, Tony Haslam, Lesley Hammond.
174. SA State Theatre Season 1 1976, Coriolanus Shakespeare, Kingdom of Earth Tennessie Williams, Mates and Brothers Ron Blair and Peter Kenna, A Handful of Friends Williamson, There were Giants in those Days Spears, Playhouse, 29 March – 17 July, 1976
George Ogilvie, Rodney Fisher, John Bell.

175. Brecht on Brecht, Emerald Hill Theatre Company, Theatre 62, Adelaide Festival, 10-26 March 1966
Janet Dawson, Wal Cherry, Lorraine Archibald, Joan Harris, Gerard Kennedy.

176. Plaza Suite Neil Simons, JC Williamson Theatres, Her Majesty’s Theatre, 25 July 1970
John McCallum, Alfred Sandor, Googie Withers, Malyn Atkins, Stephen Holtsbraum.

177. The Boys in the Band Mart Crowley, JC Williamson Theatres, Her Majesty’s Theatre, 9 April 1970.
Alan Cosey, Mart Crowley, John Tasker.

178. Sappho and Phao John Lyly, Adelaide Campus Theatre, undated.
Murray Copland, Eugene Ragghianti, Michelle Langmans

Birmingham Repertory Theatre. 1970s

179. Equus Peter Shaffer, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, 26 March – 26 April 1975
Peter Dews, Bernard Lloyd, Petronella Ford.

180. Trinity Tales or The Road to Wembley Alan Plater, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, 29 April – 10 May 1975
Michael Simpson, Francis Matthews, Bill Maynard.

181. The Thingummybob (that’s going to win the war) Stephen Fagan, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, 7 November 1974
Christopher Honer, Sebastian Breaks, Cheryl Campbell.

182. The Magic Island Keith Dewhurst, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, 10 December 1974 – 25 January 1975.
Michael Simpson, Paul Henry, Brian Smith

183. Birmingham Repertory Theatre –a history of the company 1913-1971.

Albery Theatre. 1975 & undated

182. The Gay Lord Quex Arthur Wing Pinero, Albery Theatre, 16 June 1975.
John Gielgud, Judi Dench, Daniel Massey, Sian Phillips.

Apollo Theatre. 1975 & undated

183. A Family and a Fortune Julian Mitchell adapted Ivy Compton-Burnett, Apollo Theatre 10 April 1975.
Alan Strachan, Margaret Leighton, Alec Guinness, Nicola Pagett, Rachel Kempson.

184. Home David Storey, Apollo Theatre 10 April 1975.
Alan Strachan, Margaret Leighton, Alec Guinness, Nicola Pagett, Rachel Kempson.

185. The Flip Side Hugh and Margaret Williams, Apollo Theatre 1967?
Robert Chetwyn, Ronald Lewis, Barbara Murray, William Gaunt, Amanda Grinling.

Bristol Old Vic. 1973, 1975

186. Journey’s End RC Sherriff, The Bristol Old Vic Trust Limited, Theatre Royal, 9 May – 2 June, 1973
David Phethean, Richard Heffer, Paul Eddington, Roger Davidson

187. The Cherry Orchard Anton Tchekov, The Bristol Old Vic Trust Limited, Theatre Royal, 23 April – 17 May, 1975
David Phethean, Patricia Routley, Paula Wilcox, Isla Blair.

Criterion Theatre 1970s

188. The Wild Duck Henrik Ibsen, The Play Company of London. Criterion Theatre, 10 November 1970.
Glen Byam Shaw, Michael Denison, Alfred Lynch, Dulcie Gray, Norman Wooland, Hayley Mills.

189. The Real Inspector Hound Tom Stoppard The Audition Sean Patrick Vincent, The Play Company of London. Criterion Theatre, 10 November 1970.
Robert Chetwyn, David Baxter, Jean Hart, Richard Briers, Ronnie Barker.

Crucible Theatre. 1975 and undated

190. The Bomb in Brewery Street Keith Dewhurst, The Crucible Theatre Trust, 8 May, 1975.
David Leland, Neil Cameron, David Ellison.

Duchess Theatre. 1970s

191. Isabel’s a Jezebel William Dumaresq, James Verner, Duchess Theatre, 15 December 1970.
Julie Arenal, Michael Wearing, Frank Aiello, Sharon Campbell, Helen Chappelle, Peter Farrell, Michele Mowbray, Carole Hayman, Maria Popkiewitz, Miguel Sergides, Howard Wakeling.

192. Collaboration John Mortimer, Michael Codron, Duchess Theatre, 17 April, 1973.
Eric Thompson, Glenda Jackson, John Wood, Joss Ackland

193. Little Boxes John Bowen, Alan Kaplan Productions, Duchess Theatre, 26 February, 1968.
Philip Grout, David Cook, Sylvia Coleridge, Anna Cropper.

Mermaid Theatre. 1970s

194. Exiles James Joyce, Mermaid Theatre, 12 November, 1970.
Harold Pintner, Lynn Farleigh, Vivien Merchant, Timothy West, John Wood, Marjorie Wilde.

195. On the Rocks Bernard Shaw, Mermaid Theatre, 21 August, 1975.
Bernard Miles, Stephen Murray, Henrietta Baynes, Gillian Raine.
196. Hadrian the Seventh Peter Luke, Mermaid Theatre, 18 April, 1968.
Peter Dews, Alec McCowen, Margaret Courtenay, Donald MacNaughton.

197. Cole Benny Green and Alan Strachan, Mermaid Theatre, 2 July, 1974.
David Toguri, Ray Cornell, Lucy Fenwick, Peter Gail, Bill Kerr.

Duke of York’s Theatre. 1978, 1989-90

198. Clouds Michael Frayne, Hampstead Theatre Limited, Duke of York’s Theatre, 1. November, 1978.
Michael Rudman, Tom Courtenay, Felicity Kendal, Mark Kingston, Paul Chapman, Mark Heath.

199. Artist descending a Staircase Tom Stoppard, Duke of York’s Theatre, 1989-90.
Tim Luscombe, Peter Copley, Gareth Tudor Price, Alan MacNaughton, John Warnaby, Sarah Woodward.

Lyric Theatre. 1975-1985

200. Filumena Eduardo de Filippo, Mecca Productions, Lyric Theatre, 2 November 1977.
Franco Zeffirelli, Joan Plowright, Frank Finlay, Sydney Bromley.

201. Happy End, Dorothy Lane adapted Michael Feingold Bertold Brecht, Oxford Playhouse Company, Lyric Theatre, 26 August 1975.
Gordon McDougall, Kurt Weill, Stephen Temperley, Amanda Knott.

202. Pack of Lies Hugh Whitemore, Michael Redington, Lyric Theatre, 26 October 1983.
Clifford Williams, Mary Miller, Frank Windsor, Miriam Karland, Joss Ackland, Janette Foggo, Larry Hoodekoff, Deborah Farrington, Penny Ryder.

203. Habeas Corpus Alan Bennett, Stoll Productions Michael Codron, Lyric Theatre, 10 May 1973.
Ronald Eyre, Alec Guinness, Patricia Hayes, John Bird.

204. The Seagull Checkhov, Oxford Playhouse Company, Lyric Theatre, 1985?
Charles Sturridge, Peter Wight, Alfred Burke.

London Theatre Guides. 1970-1979

Everyman, 1970s

205. The Two Backed Beast David Selbourne, Everyman Theatre, December 1968
Peter James, Norman Florence, Alison Fiske.

206. Days in the Trees Marguerite Duras, Everyman Theatre, December 1969
Peter James, Paola Dionisotti, Paul Brooke, Bridget de Courcy, Richard Pendrey.

Fortune Theatre, undated

207. The Contractor David Storey, Fortune Theatre, 6 April, 1970
Lindsay Anderson, John Antrobus, Constance Chapman, Charles Kinross.

Globe Theatre. 1974, 1981, 1990

208. The Norman Conquests Alan Ayckbourn, Globe Theatre, 5 May, 1974
Eric Thompson, Tom Courtney, Michael Gambon, Penelope Keith, Felicity Kendal.

209. Man of the Moment Alan Ayckbourn, Michael Codron, Globe Theatre, 14 February, 1990
Alan Ayckbourn, Michael Gambon, Peter Bowles, Diane Bull.

210. The Mitford Girls Caryl Brahms and Ned Sherrin, Chicheser Festival, Globe Theatre, October 1981
Patrick Garland, Patricia Hodge, Lucy Fenwick, Colette Gleeson.

Hampstead Theatre Club. 1975.

211. Fanshen! David Hare, Hampstead Theatre Club, 12 August – 13 September, 1975
William Gaskill, Max Stafford-Clark, Marty Cruickshank, Paul Freeman, Cecily Hobbs.

212. Ghosts Wolfgang Bauer, Hampstead Theatre Club, 14 July– 9 August, 1975
Max Stafford-Clark, Carol Drinkwater, Liz Edmiston, Lynda Marchal.

213. Mother Adam Charles Dyer, Mr Pugh’s Puppet Theatre, Roger and Starr’s Spring Bazarre, Hampstead Theatre Club, 13 April–12 May, 1975
Charles Dyer, Hermione Baddeldy, Peter Wyngarde.

Haymarket Theatre, Leicester. 1975

214. Gartree 75 An exhibition of Pictures by men in HM Prison Gartree, Haymarket Theatre, Leicester 3 May – 30 June, 1975

215. Blithe Spirit Noel Coward, Haymarket Theatre, Leicester, 11 June – 28 June, 1975
Anthony Cornish, Richard Easton, Heather Sears, Angela Scoular, Madeleine Christie, Anni Domingo, Grania Hayes, Anthony Woodruff.

216. Knuckle David Hare, Haymarket Theatre, Leicester, 21 May - 7 June, 1975
Robin Midgley, Hubert Gregg, Brian Decon, Angela Scoular,

Her Majesty’s Theatre, London, 1975

217. Jeeves based on Jeeves stories PG Wodehouse, Her Majesty’s Theatre London, 22 April, 1975
Eric Thompson, Andrew Lloyd Webber, David Hemmings, Michael Aldridge, John Turner.

Leeds Playhouse. 1970, 1975

218. No Good Friday Athol Fugard, Leeds Playhouse, 17 June, 1975
Peter James, Nik Abraham, Iain Armstrong, Loftus Burton.

219. Leeds Playhouse Souvenir Brochure for the opening of the Theatre, September 1970,
Bill Hays, Stan Barstow, Michael Hordern, Billie Whitelaw.

Liverpool Playhouse. 1970s

220. A Tide in the Affairs of Women Philip Martin, Liverpool Playhouse, 29 January – 15 February, 1975
Antony Tuckey, Gabrielle Hamilton, Jane Woods, Stephanie Fayerman, Annette Hughes, Richard Borthwick.

German Theatre. 1918-1990 (mainly 1970s)

221. Der zerbrochene Krug Heinrich von Kleist, Landesbühne Niedersachen Mitte, 1959-60

222. Don Juan Molière, Berliner Ensemble, undated

223. Sein ist Schein von Lope de Vega, Hamburg, 1954/1955
Heinrich Koch, Dagmar Altricher, Hans Irle.

224. Woyzeck Hans Büchner, Bavarian State Theatre, 3 January 1966.
Hans Leitzau, Heinrich Schweiger, Elisabeth Orth

225. Das tapfere Schneiderlein Wallter Netzsch, Volkstheater in the Sonnenhof, 1965 - 1966.
Jochen Breuer, Will Spindler, Otto Friebel.

226. Eulenspiegel Johann Nestroy, Volkstheater in the Sonnenhof, 22 January 1966.
Eduard Loibner, Rolf Ederer, Walter Breuer.

227. Der Freitagabend eines Bergmanns DH Lawrence, undated
Jorge Reis, Ruth Hausmeister, Helmut Erfurth.

228. Eines langen Tages Reise in die Nacht Eugene O’Neill, Deutsches Schauspielhaus Hamburg, 27 April 1975.
Rudolf Noelte, Will Quadflieg, Maria Wimmer.

229. Bluthochzelt Frederica Lorca, Bühnen der Stadt, Cologne, Information Booklet, 1974.

230. Schlosspark Theater Berlin, program booklet 1963 -1964.

231. Schlosspark Theater Berlin, program booklet 1959 -1960.

232. Schlosspark Theater Berlin, program booklet 1956 -1957.

233. Catalogue of Theatre Titles and Authors, Frankfurt, January 1974

234. Der Sturm Shakespeare, Schauspielhaus Zurich, 1964-1965
Kurt Hirschfeld, Alfred Schlageter, Wolfgang Warncke, Mathias Wieman

235. Niemandsland Harold Pinter, Hamburg Thalia Theater, 29 November 1975.
Richard Münch, Carl-Heinz Schroth, Gunnar Möller, Hans Christian Rudolph

236. Der neue Prozess Peter Weiss, Berliner Ensemble, 18 November 1984.
Alex Richter, Hans-Joachim Frank, Angelika Walter

237.Landestheater Salzburg, Information Booklet, 1975/6.

238. Der neue Prozess Peter Weiss, Berliner Ensemble, 18 November 1984.
Alex Richter, Hans-Joachim Frank, Angelika Walter

239. Emilia Galotti Lessing, Burgtheater, 15 January 1979.
Angela Zabrsa, Brigitta Furglet, Klaus Behrendt, Martha Wallner

240. Berliner Festwochen, Information Booklet, 1966.

241. Il Lutto Dell’Universo Leopold I, Second summer season in the historic University quarter, Universitätskirche, 7 July 1978
Richard Bletschacher, Jane Gartner, Henri Ledroit, Jaroslav Stajnc

242. König Lear Shakespeare, Schaubühne am Lehniner Platz, 9 July 1985
Helmut Reinke, Bernhard Minetti, Ernst Stötzner, Corinna Kirchhoff.

243. Schaubühne am Lehniner Platz, Information Sheet, November 1985(?)

244. Lumpazivagabundus Johann Nestroy, Burgtheater 1 February 1971.
Axel von Ambesser, Manfred Inger, Sigrid Marquardi.

245. Aloen Athol Fugard, Deutsches Theater, 1984(?)
Dietrich Körner, Reimar Joh. Baur, Lissy Tempelhof, Wolf-Diethrich Kölner.

246. Bauern Sterben Franz Xaver Kroetz. Burgtheater, Hamburg, 1 December 1985
Wilfried Minks, Heinrich Schubert, Ulrich Wildgruber, Christa Siems.

247. Rheinpromenade Karl Otto Mühl, Württembergische Staatstheater Stuttgart, 28 February 1974
Hans Otto Lampert, Gerhard Just, Elke Twiesselmann, Erich Aberle.

248. Das Theater als Spielraum der Gesellschaft Heinz Sabais, Booklet, 1973

249. In Sachen Adam un Eva Rudi Strahl, Maxim Gorki Theater, 1 January 1970.
Gerhard König, Wolfgang Hosfeld, Swetlana Schönfeld.

250. Lady Godiva Jean Canolle, Hamburger Kammerspiele, 1 January 1970.
Claudia Rieschel, Marianne Kehlau, Gert Haucke.

251. Furcht und Elend des Dritten Reiches Bertolt Brecht, Düsseldorfer Schauspielhaus, 1974/75
Joachim Fischer, Gerhard König, Wolfgang Hosfeld, Swetlana Schönfeld.

252. Emilia Galotti Lessing, Bavarian State Theatre, Residenztheater, 17 September 1975.
Klaus Dieter Oppitz, Gabby Dohm, Gerhard Garbers.

253. Der Besuch der alten Dame Dürrenmatt, Bavarian State Theatre, Cuvillies Theater, 22 October 1975.
Andreas Margowski, Anne Kersten, Toni Berger, Max Eckard.
254. Maria Stuart Friedrich Schiller, Hamburg Thalia Theatre, 19 April 1975.
Boy Gobert, Ingrid Andree, Nicole Heesters

255. Ein Mittsommernachtstraum Shakespeare, Müncher Kammerspiele Schauspielhaus, 11 January 1979.
Gunnar Klattenhoff, Claus Eberth, Elisabeth Schwarz, Michael Hasbeck.

256. Herr Puntila und sein Knecht Matti Bertolt Brecht, Bavarian State Theatre, Residenztheater, 1 October 1975.
Jörn van Dyck, Kurt Meisel, Monika Schwarz, Hans Brenner.

257. Emigranten Slawomir Mrozek, Bavarian State Theatre, Residenztheater, 10 October 1975.
Michael Degen, Edd Stavjanik.

258. Bavarian State Theatre, Information Booklet Residenztheater, 1971-1976

259. Der Tote Playboy Georg Kreisler, Kammerspiele Landestheater, Salzburg 19 October 1975.
Erwin Strahl, Peter Wolfsberger, Werner Frikedl, Rudolf Lenz, Bigi Fischer.

260. Faust Goethe, Program booklet undated.
Hansgünther Heyme, Bernd Kuschmann, Hans Schulze.

261. Der arme Vetter Ernst Barlach, Schauspiel Cologne, 10 February, 1977.
Susan Bonenkamp, Roberto Ciulli, Manuela Alphons, Bernt Hahn, Karl-Rudolf Liecke.

262. Schauspiel Cologne, Program booklet, 1977-1978.

263. Schiller-Theater, Scholsspark Theater Werkstaat Berlin, Program booklet, 1973-1974.

264. Auf dem Seil odert Die Ballade vom Geisterzug Fernando Arrabel, Schauspiel Cologne, 9 January 1977
Klaus Hoser, Fred Hospowsky, Gerhard Winter, Michael Evers.

265. Egmont Goethe, Schauspielhaus Cologne, 22 December 1974.
Hansgünther Heyme, Thomas Barchfeld,

266. Der Misanthrop Molière, Bayerisches Staatsschauspiel, 24 March 1975.
Wolf-Dietrich Müller, Kurt Meisel, Hans Stetter, Ursula Lingen,

267. Thalia Theater Hamburg, Information/subscription booklet, 1985-1986.

268. Penthesilea Heinrich von Kleist, Thalia Theater Hamburg, 7 December 1985.
Sandra Weigl, Lena Stolze, Käthe Reichel.

269. Thalia Theater Hamburg, Information booklet, January 1986.

270. Ein Gespräch im Hause Stein über den abwesenden Goethe, Schauspiel Cologne, 29 April 1977.
Klaus Kusenberg, Evelyn Matzura.
271. Bitte nicht stözen! (Norman, is that you?) von Ron Clark/Sam Bobrick, Theaterverlag Kurt Desch, Munich, 1975?
Karl Heinz Schroth, Gunther Beth, Folker Bohnet, Jutta Kammann, Edith Schollwer.

273. Torquato Tasso Goethe, Schauspilehaus Bochum, 11 January, 1980
Klaus André, Ulrich Pleitgen, Barbara Nüsse, Kirsten Dene, Branko Samarovski, Martin Schwab.

274. 1913 Carl Sternheim, Schauspilehaus Hamburg, 18 January, 1973
Marie Reinhard, Werner Hinz, Joana Marie Gorvin.

275. Der Eingebildete Kranke Moliére, Schauspilehaus Hamburg, 25 January, 1979
Hans-Michael Rehberg, Herbert Mensching, Donata Höffer,

276. Viel Lärm um Nichts Shakespeare, Müncher Kammerspiele, 21 October, 1975.
Michael Peter, Knut Koch, Karl Maldeck, Christiane Hammacher.

277. Genoveva Julie Schrader, Werkraumtheater München, 9 October, 1975.
Wolfgang Bauschmid, Franz Kollasch, Kyra Mladeck.

278. Timon of Athens Shakespeare, Schauspielhaus Zürich, 25 October, 1975.
Bernard Sobel. Hans-Dieter Zeidler, Wolfgang Stendar.

279. Kasimir und Karoline Ödön von Horváth, Schauspielhaus Zürich, 27 November, 1975.
Michael Kehlmann, Gerhard Dorfer. Christiane Hörbiger.

280. Wie es Euch gefällt Shakespeare, Thalia-Theater, undated.
Adolf Wohlbrück, Loni Friedl, Veronika Bayer, Helmut Griem, Gundolf Willer.

281. Der Tag des grossen Gelehrten Yu Bertolt Brecht, Berliner Ensemble, undated.
Peter Palitzsch, Wolf Kaiser, Heinz Schubert, Norbert Christian.

282. Schade dass sie eine Hure ist John Ford, Schauspielhaus Zürich, 1 June, 1974.
Wilfried Minks, Christoph Bantzer, Christa Berndl, Rolf Becker

283. Die Möwe Anton Tschechow, Deutsches Schauspielhaus Hamburg, 8 November, 1974.
Dieter Giesing, Eduard Marks. Monica Bleibtreu, Margret Homeyer, Christa Berndl.

284. Bodies James Saunders, Schauspielhaus Zürich, 1978/9.
Gerhard Klingenberg, Christiane Hörbiger, Peter Arens.

285. Kabale und Liebe Schiller, Bürgerliches Trauerspiel, 11 December, 1977.
Roland Schäfer, Veronika Bayer, Edgar Walthar, Jenny Lattermann. Peter Simonischek.

286. Vrijdag Hugo Claus, Nederlandse Comedie, 11 December, 1970?
Guus Oster, Fons Rademakers, Elisabeth Andersen, Kittie Courbois, Paul Cammermans.

287. Einidealer Gatte Oscar Wilde, Theater in der Josefstadt, 21 December, 1978.
Ernst Doczy, Erik Frey, Sieghardt Rupp, Marian Nentwich, Eugen Stark.

288. George Dandin Molière, Schauspiel Köln, 5 April, 1977.
Dieter Bitterli, Wolfgang Robert, Petra Redinger.
289. Milan Hans Gigacher, Landestheater Salzburg, 25 October, 1974.
Karlheinz Haberland, Susanna Szameit, Thomas Bauer, Wernwe Friedl.

290. Betrogen Pinter, Academietheater, 16 January, 1979.
Georg Soulek, Sonja Sutter, Karlheinz Hackl, Joachim Bissmeier, Rudolf Bisegger.

291. Kampl Johann Nestroy, Burgtheater, 13 January, 1979.
Jenny Kenezy, Attils Hörbiger, Michael Janisch, Robert Meyer, Gabriele Schuchter.

292. Oh, diese Gespenster! Eduardo de Filippo, Schauspiel Köln, 6 April, 1977.
Roberto Ciulli, Wolfgang Hinze, Angelika Zieleke, Volker Roos, Renate Becker.

293. Parkstrasse 13 Axel Ivers, Schauspiel Köln, 14 November, 1974.
Fredrich Schütter. Annemarie Lind, Bernd Kaften, Karl-Heinz Gerdesmann.

294. Suhrkamp theater publisher new releases, 1973-1975.

295. Suhrkamp theater publisher new releases, 1975.

296. Suhrkamp theater publishing directory, 1973.

297. Dumont-Lindemann-Archive, Theatrearchiv der Landeshauptstadt Düsseldorf, undated, 2 copies.

298. Ostern Johan August Strindberg, Schauspiel Köln, 27 February, 1977.
Peter Eschberg, Carmen-Renate Köper, Rainer Delventhal, Burghart Klaussner.

299. Japanisches theater, Österreichisches Theatermuseum, Catalogue, Wien 1978..

300. Das Wintermärchen Shakespeare, Rudolf-Steiner Schule, Hamburg-Wandsbek, March 4, 1975.

301. Düsseldorfer Schauspielhaus Booking brochure 1974/1975.

302. Walzertraume Jochen Ulrich, Wien, undated.
Michael Hampe.

303. Orfeo ed Euridice Gluck, Oper der Stadt Köln, undated.

304. Das Wintermärchen Shakespeare, Deutsches Schauspielhaus Hamburg, Flyer 16 September 1978, 2 copies

305. Burgtheater Booklet promoting Bauer als Millionair Erhard Buschbec, Die goldenen Regel Gustav Bichler, undated
Ferdinand Raimund, Rudolph Steinboed.

306. Schauspiel Frankfurt, folder promoting 1975-1976 season with booking details

307. Royal court Theatre, London, brochure Teeth ‘n Smiles David Hare, 29 August 1975, booking details
308. Württembergische Staattheater Stuttgart, Brochure of Events, November 1975.

309. De haagse comedie Jean Anouilh, Royal Theatre the Hague 15 November 1975,
Jo Dua, Eric van Ingen, Robert Borremans, Janine Veeren

310. Molière, Brochure promoting film by Ariane Mnouchkine, Theatre du Soleil, undated, 2 copies

311. Bavarian Staatsschauspiel, folder promoting 1983-1984 season with booking details

312. GE Lessing in Hamburg folder undated.

313. Kunstagenda, folder, Port Betaald, Rotterdam. 1970-1971 season with booking details

314. Faust Goethe, undated
Georges Ourth, Peter von Sabranski, Rosemarie Ott-Heinemann

315. Gesellschaft für Musiktheater. Program for winter January-March 1979.

316. The Hague Sightseeing excursion folder 1969

317. De Sprakelozen Lodewijk de Boer, poster 1970-1971

318. The Family Lodewijk de Boer, Malersaal des Deutschen Schauspielhauses Hamburg - poster 7 December 1974

Australian Theatre excluding South Australia.

319. Emerald City David Williamson, Belvoir Street Theatre Sydney Theatre, 1 January, 1987
Richard Wherrett, John Bell, Ruth Cracknel, Rolbyn Nevin,

320. Gertrude Stein and a Companion Win Wells, Belvoir St Theatre Sydney, 7 October, 1987
Sonia Fraser, Miriam Margolyes, Pamela Rabe, Richard Percival.

321. Ned Kelly Douglas Stewart, Phoenix Theatre, Mittagong, 17 January, 1970
Jean Wilhelm, John Deeth, Gary Ross, Bill Charlton.

322. A Midsummer Night’s Dream Shakespeare, Phoenix Theatre, Mittagong, 7 February, 1970
Jean Wilhelm, Gary Ross, Bill Charlton, Mardi Kent.

323. The Private Ear The Public Eye Peter Schaffer, Phillip Theatre Elizabeth Street, Sydney, 13 November, 1963
Frank Stevens, Judith Stott, Gordon Chater, John Bell, Max Orbiston.

324. The Glass Menagerie Tennessee Williams, Community Theatre Sydney, 19 June, 1968
Alan Harvey, Joan Bruce, Anne Haddy, Ron Tunstall, Max Meldrum.

325. Publicity Brochure Phoenix Theatre, Mittagong, January – February, 1970
326. A Delicate Balance Edward Albee, Independent Theatre North Sydney, 26 June, 1968
John Whitham, Ruth Cracknell, Alexander Hay, James Condon.

327. The Transposed Heads Peggy Glanville-Hicks, University of NSW Science Theatre, 27 June, 1970.
Roger Covell, Raymund Dring, Marilyn Richardson,

328. The Coronation of Poppea Monteverdi, University of NSW, 26 April, 1969.
Roger Covell, Lauris Elms, Marilyn Richardson, Richard Divall.

329. Albert Herring Britten, University of NSW, 19 July, 1969.
Roger Covell, Robert Gard, Graeme Ewer, Mary Blake.

330. Tell Tale Olwen Wymark, “Q” Theatre Group, AMP Theatre Circular Quay Sydney, 1969
Peter Collingwood, Tony Ingersent, Garry McDonald, June Collis.

331. Sleuth Anthony Schaffer, Theatre Royal, Sydney, 29 July, 1970
Harold Lang, Patrick Wymark, John Fraser, Gilbert Frederick, Irving Scott, Jon Fine.

332. The Importance of Being Ernest Oscar Wilde, Genesian Theatre, Sydney, 17 May, 1969
John Moroney, Barry Hayes, Douglas Hedge, Julie McGregor,

333. It’s a Two Foot Six Inches above the Ground World Kevin Laffan, Harry M Miller, Ensemble Theatre, Milsons Point, Sydney, 19 August, 1970
John MacLeod, Judi Farr, Leonora Cornell, Charles Hagen.

334. The Unknown Soldier and his Wife Peter Ustinov, Independent Theatre North Sydney, 24 September 1969, 2 copies
Doris Fitton, Robert Lewis, Bill Shanahan, Ronald Falk, Darrell Morton.

335. Witness for the Prosecution Agatha Christie, Elizabethan Theatre Newtown Sydney, 14 July 1956.
John Sumner, Philip Stainton, Percy Marmont, Nicolette Bernard, Noel Howlett.

336. Summer and Smoke Tennessee Williams, Independent Theatre North Sydney, 26 July 1956,
Doris Fitton, Patricia Hill, Ronald Frazer, Edward Howell, Lorna Lawrence.

336. Mourning becomes Electra Eugene O’Neill, University of NSW Drama Foundation The Old Tote Theatre Company, 1976.
Edward Payson Call, David Jenkins, Anne Fraser, Ron Haddrick.

Listing completed by Ashleigh Tobin
August 2020

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