Contributor Will Mahoney
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Gender Male
Nationality American
Date of Birth 5 February 1894
Date of Death 8 February 1967
Functions Actor, Comedian
Notes Came to Australia in 1938. Died in Melbourne.
NLA http://nla.gov.au/nla.party-1463694
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  • Is spouse of Evie Hayes (Actor, Performer, Actor and Singer. Event Dates: 1938 - 1979)
Events

Comedian

Performer

Actor

Producer

Evie Hayes - Singer, Actor, Actor and Singer, Performer

John Dobbie - Actor and Singer, Comedian, Actor, Performer

Bob Geraghty - Actor and Singer, Actor, Compere, Comedian, Producer, Pianist

Les Ritchie - Actor and Singer, Actor, Performer, Dancer

Mavis Ritchie - Performer, Actor and Singer, Dancer

Fred Parsons - Stage Manager, Writer, Comedian

Ronnie Hay - Choreographer

Margaret Kelly - Performer, Singer, Actor, Soprano, Actor and Singer

Wallace Parnell - Producer

George Hurd - Circus Style Performer, Performer

Peggy Mortimer - Musician, Singer, Performer

Terry Scanlon - Comedian, Actor, Performer

  • Variety's Honour Performance, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 12 November 1942
  • The Laugh Round-up, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 14 March 1942
  • Charley's Aunt, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 28 February 1942
  • Heaps of Fun, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 31 January 1942
  • Applesauce, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 12 January 1942
  • Cinderella, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 29 December 1941
  • Applesauce, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 20 October 1941

Bruce Carroll - Musician, Actor

Alec Kellaway - Performer, Actor, Actor and Singer

Tibor Rudas - Dancer, Producer

Angus Winneke - Designer, Set Designer, Scenic Artist, Assistant Producer

Frank Neil - Presenter

Betty Pounder - Dance Director, Choreographer

Anna Rudas - Dancer, Choreographer

Hal Vincer - Musical Director, Conductor

Joe Balangue - Musician, Performer

Che Chung Chong - Circus Style Performer

Gloria Dawn - Actor and Singer, Actor

Winnie Gill - Wardrobe Master / Mistress

Lynne Golding - Dancer

Mana Koon - Circus Style Performer

Harold Moschetti - Musical Director, Conductor, Musical Arranger

Fred Santos - Singer, Performer

Noel Smith - Musical Director

Vic Solidad - Singer

Lesley Baker - Performer, Actor

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 25 August 1966
  • Funny Girl, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 30 May 1966
  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre (1960-1970), Sydney, NSW, 4 March 1966

Bruce Barry - Performer, Actor

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 25 August 1966
  • Funny Girl, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 30 May 1966
  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre (1960-1970), Sydney, NSW, 4 March 1966

Joy Beattie - Actor and Singer

  • Mercenary Mary, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 20 April 1949
  • Sunny, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 27 March 1949
  • Little Nellie Kelly, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 2 March 1949

Max Blake - Actor and Singer

  • Mercenary Mary, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 20 April 1949
  • Sunny, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 27 March 1949
  • Little Nellie Kelly, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 2 March 1949

Dudley Cantrell - Orchestrator

Margaret Christensen - Actor, Performer

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 25 August 1966
  • Funny Girl, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 30 May 1966
  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre (1960-1970), Sydney, NSW, 4 March 1966

Stan Craig - Actor and Singer, Musician

Bob Dyer - Comedian

Thomas Dysart - Actor, Performer

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 25 August 1966
  • Funny Girl, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 30 May 1966
  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre (1960-1970), Sydney, NSW, 4 March 1966

Albert Fisher - Musical Arranger, Musical Director

Millie Hansen - Singer

Fred Hebert - Director

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 25 August 1966
  • Funny Girl, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 30 May 1966
  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre (1960-1970), Sydney, NSW, 4 March 1966

Ursula Irving - Musician

Keith Johns - Stage Manager

Judy Johnson - Performer, Actor

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 25 August 1966
  • Funny Girl, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 30 May 1966
  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre (1960-1970), Sydney, NSW, 4 March 1966

Isobel Lennart - Writer, Book and Lyrics, Author

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 25 August 1966
  • Funny Girl, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 30 May 1966
  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre (1960-1970), Sydney, NSW, 4 March 1966

Johnny Lockwood - Comedian

Laurie Lott - Tenor, Singer

Al Mack - Actor

  • Mercenary Mary, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 20 April 1949
  • Sunny, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 27 March 1949
  • Little Nellie Kelly, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 2 March 1949

Tessa Mallos - Actor, Performer

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 25 August 1966
  • Funny Girl, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 30 May 1966
  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre (1960-1970), Sydney, NSW, 4 March 1966

Eddie Marcel - Skater, Compere

Brian Martin - Dancer

  • Mercenary Mary, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 20 April 1949
  • Sunny, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 27 March 1949
  • Little Nellie Kelly, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 2 March 1949

David N. Martin - Interpreter, Producer, Presenter

Johnny Marvin - Vocalist, Singer

Billy McMahon - Comedian, Performer

Bob Merrill - Lyricist

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 25 August 1966
  • Funny Girl, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 30 May 1966
  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre (1960-1970), Sydney, NSW, 4 March 1966

George Nichols - Actor and Singer, Impersonator

Jill Perryman - Performer, Actor

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 25 August 1966
  • Funny Girl, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 30 May 1966
  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre (1960-1970), Sydney, NSW, 4 March 1966

Hazel Phillips - Performer

Billy Rayes - Comedian

Royston - Ventriloquist

Jule Styne - Composer

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 25 August 1966
  • Funny Girl, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 30 May 1966
  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre (1960-1970), Sydney, NSW, 4 March 1966

Walter Sullivan - Performer, Actor

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 25 August 1966
  • Funny Girl, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 30 May 1966
  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre (1960-1970), Sydney, NSW, 4 March 1966

Charles Taylor - Musical Director

Doris Tindal - Performer

  • Heaps of Fun, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 31 January 1942
  • Applesauce, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 12 January 1942
  • Applesauce, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 20 October 1941

Olga Varona - Circus Style Performer, Performer

Alban Whitehead - Actor and Singer, Singer

Bill Yule - Performer, Actor

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 25 August 1966
  • Funny Girl, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 30 May 1966
  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre (1960-1970), Sydney, NSW, 4 March 1966

Doreen - Performer

Gladys Anderson - Performer, Actor

  • Mercenary Mary, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 20 April 1949
  • Come on Ma Honey, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 26 September 1942

Raymond Baird - Musician, Saxophonist

  • Gay Nineties, Crystal Theatre, Broken Hill, NSW, 18 September 1946
  • Applesauce, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 20 October 1941

Jean Battye - Actor, Performer

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 25 August 1966
  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre (1960-1970), Sydney, NSW, 4 March 1966

Jeanne Battye - Performer

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 25 August 1966
  • Funny Girl, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 30 May 1966

Lorna Beldon - Actor and Singer

Anny Berryer - Performer

Lorraine Bransgrove - Soprano, Performer

Lawrence Brooks - Singer

Robert Butt - Performer, Actor

  • Scrapbook, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 15 December 1947
  • The Laughter Rodeo, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 16 June 1945

Freddie Carpenter - Director

Clyde Collins - Musical Director

Jack Collins - Performer, Actor

Peter Colville - Comedian

Keith Connolly - Performer

Frankie Conville - Comedian

Kathryn Crawford - Actor and Singer

Sunny Dale - Comedian

Chung Doo - Tenor

Tuppy Downs - Choreographer

Gracie Emmerson - Comedian

Muriel Gardner - Dancer

Pauline Garrick - Actor, Performer

Larry Gelbart - Librettist, Book and Lyrics

Alan Girdwood - Musician

Margo Glancy - Stripper

Eddie Gordon - Comedian

Vic Gordon - Comedian

Millie Hanson - Actor, Soprano

Ronald Hay - Producer, Director

  • Mercenary Mary, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 20 April 1949
  • Sunny, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 27 March 1949

Hap Hazard - Comedian

June Holm - Singer

Rudy Horn - Performer

Bob Hornery - Performer, Actor

Elsie Hoskings - Soubrette

Ralton R. James - Producer

Arthur Jandy - Clown, Comic Instrumentalist

Edit Juhasz - Dancer

Nell Kelly - Comedian

Ernest Kelroy - Performer

John Kendall - Dancer

Johnny Kiado - Musician

Mickey King - Acrobat

Stella Lamond - Singer, Performer

Joe Lawman - Comedian

Babs Lewis - Dancer

Coral Macer - Performer

Grant McIntyre - Actor and Singer

Don McManus - Performer, Actor

Clifford Mollison - Performer, Actor

Geraldene Morrow - Performer, Actor

Sawong Mougom - Boxer

Jack Murray - Actor

  • Sunny, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 27 March 1949
  • Little Nellie Kelly, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 2 March 1949

Magda Neeld - Actor and Singer

Joy Nichols - Impersonator

John O'Dowd - Performer

Thelma Parkes - Performer

  • The Laughter Rodeo, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 16 June 1945
  • Why be Serious, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 13 March 1943

Max Phipps - Actor, Performer

Stan Porter - Conductor

Thavil Promtong - Boxer

Lorna Rae - Dancer

Max Reddy - Producer, Comedian, Performer

Alec Regan - Producer

Dorrie Ricketts - Performer

Arch Ritchie - Actor

  • Cinderella, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 29 December 1941
  • Applesauce, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 20 October 1941

Joy Robins - Actor and Singer

Burt Shevelove - Librettist, Book and Lyrics

Don Soliano - Singer

Stephen Sondheim - Composer, Music and Lyrics

Edwin Styles - Compere, Comedian

Richard Walker - Actor, Performer

George Stevenson Wallace - Comedian

Tony Walton - Set Designer, Designer

Kim Webster - Performer

Doris Whimp - Performer, Actor

  • Mercenary Mary, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 20 April 1949
  • The Laughter Rodeo, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 16 June 1945

Frank Wilson - Performer, Actor

Harry Wren - Producer

  • Gay Nineties, Crystal Theatre, Broken Hill, NSW, 18 September 1946
  • The Imp Eternal, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 1940

Captain the Wonder Dog - Animal Performer

Michelle - Designer

Dawn Arteen - Animal Performer

Morry Barling - Comedian

Thelma Barry - Actor and Singer

Jean Bedford - Choreographer

Johnny Bryant - Musician

  • Why be Serious, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 29 September 1938

Russell Callow - Tenor

Mickey Carolyn - Performer

  • Come on Ma Honey, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 26 September 1942

Terry Carr - Performer

William P. Carr - Director

Neva Carr Glyn - Actor

Albert Chappelle - Singer

Ben Chavez - Mystic

George M. Cohan - Composer, Book and Lyrics

Mikey Collier - Dancer

Audrey Court - Actor

  • Charley's Aunt, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 28 February 1942

Colin Croft - Actor

  • Scrapbook, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 15 December 1947

Beverley Cullins - Dancer

Len Cundy - Set and/or Property Maker

  • Why be Serious, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 29 September 1938

Clem Dawe - Singer

Beris Dawn - Performer

  • Heaps of Fun, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 31 January 1942

Valda de Oliver - Actor

  • Scrapbook, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 15 December 1947

Bebe De Roland - Actor

  • Scrapbook, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 15 December 1947

Maurice Diamond - Stage Manager

  • Why be Serious, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 29 September 1938

Frances Dillon - Actor

  • Charley's Aunt, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 28 February 1942

Les Donaghey - Stage Director

Shirley Donald - Performer

  • Why be Serious, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 13 March 1943

Steve Doo - Singer

  • Come on Ma Honey, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 26 September 1942

Sonia Downing - Chorus

  • Mercenary Mary, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 20 April 1949

Rosa Duggan - Actor

  • Charley's Aunt, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 28 February 1942

Molly Duval - Dancer

Eric Edgley - Singer

Elimar - Circus Style Performer

Madge Elliott - Actor

Wilfred Evans - Performer

Wilfred Evens - Dancer

John Faasen - Singer

  • Scrapbook, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 15 December 1947

Florence Farrington - Soprano

  • The Hat Trick, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 11 August 1941

Edie Fitzgerald - Performer

Andrew Flanagan - Magician

Stan Foley - Comedian

Frank Forde - Baritone

William B. Friedlander - Composer

  • Mercenary Mary, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 20 April 1949

Jack Gardner - Actor

Eddie Gaye - Performer

John Gilbert - Actor

Gordon Girdwood - Musician

Ailsa Green - Singer

Clifford Guest - Actor

Norma Hall - Performer

  • Why be Serious, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 13 March 1943

Oscar Hammerstein - Book and Lyrics

  • Sunny, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 27 March 1949

Otto Harbach - Book and Lyrics

  • Sunny, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 27 March 1949

Moss Hart - Playwright

Cath Holland - Actor and Singer

Eileen Hosel - Chorus

  • Mercenary Mary, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 20 April 1949

Jenny Howard - Comedian

Coral Hudson - Dancer

Walter Hunt - Actor

  • Charley's Aunt, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 28 February 1942

Johnny Hyman - Comedian

Evelyn Jago - Dancer

Val Jellay - Actor and Singer

Cyril Jenkins - Composer

Clement John - Designer

Sunday Johnson - Choreographer

Marvin Kane - Dancer

George Kaufman - Playwright

Pauline Kenneth - Dancer

  • Mercenary Mary, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 20 April 1949

Jerome Kern - Composer

  • Sunny, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 27 March 1949

Tom King - Musical Director

Janice Kingham - Dancer

Mayumi Kita - Choreographer, Performer

Will Kroncke - Costume Co-ordinator

Betty Lambert - Soubrette

Cy Landry - Dancer

  • Scrapbook, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 15 December 1947

Nancy Lang - Performer

  • Come on Ma Honey, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 26 September 1942

Alfred Latell - Actor

  • Scrapbook, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 15 December 1947

Shirley Lawson - Violinist

  • Come on Ma Honey, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 26 September 1942

Isabel Leighton - Writer

  • Mercenary Mary, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 20 April 1949

The Great Levante - Magician

Marjorie Lou - Dancer

Nigel Lovell - Producer

Edna Luscombe - Actor and Singer

Andrew MacCunn - Conductor

Eddie MacDonald - General Manager

Dolly Mack - Actor

  • Applesauce, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 20 October 1941

Johnny Mack - Dancer

  • Scrapbook, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 15 December 1947

Madame Nixon - Wardrobe Master / Mistress

  • Scrapbook, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 15 December 1947

Joseph Marchasani - Musical Director

Lita Martini - Chorus

  • Mercenary Mary, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 20 April 1949

Lennie McDermott - Singer

  • Gay Nineties, Crystal Theatre, Broken Hill, NSW, 18 September 1946

Thelma McLeod - Choreographer

  • Scrapbook, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 15 December 1947

Lenore Miller - Performer

June Mills - Performer

Noel Mitchell - Actor

Jack Mortimer - Musician

  • The Hat Trick, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 11 August 1941

Fay Newton - Performer

Mavis Nixon - Wardrobe Master / Mistress

Paddy Norman - Choreographer

Helen Orlova - Performer

Athena Pallas - Magician

  • Come on Ma Honey, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 26 September 1942

Phillip Peake - Actor and Singer

Patti Perkins - Actor

Tina Perkins - Actor

Roy Pickard - Xylophone

  • Scrapbook, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 15 December 1947

Titus Maccius Plautus - Playwright

Billie Ponds - Actor

  • Scrapbook, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 15 December 1947

Robert Quentin - Stage Director

Noeline Race - Dancer

Natalie Raine - Actor and Singer

Rebla - Circus Style Performer

Shirley Regan - Choreographer

Len Rich - Musician

  • Come on Ma Honey, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 26 September 1942

Chuck Richards - Baritone

  • Why be Serious, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 29 September 1938

Cyril Ritchard - Actor

Judith Roberts - Performer

Robert Roberts - Acrobat

Peggy Ryan - Chorus

  • Mercenary Mary, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 20 April 1949

Scott Sanders - Performer

Johnny Sanna - Performer

  • Why be Serious, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 29 September 1938

Madame Sheringham - Costume Maker

Buster Skeggs - Performer

Roy Sparks - Playwright

Paul Spear - Contortionist

David Spurling - Actor

Elsa Stenning - Actor and Singer

Des Tanner - Pianist

Jandy The Musical Clown - Clown

Shirley Thoms - Musician

  • Come on Ma Honey, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 26 September 1942

Dolly Turner - Actor and Singer

Jimmy Wallace - Circus Style Performer

  • Applesauce, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 20 October 1941

Joy Waltho - Actor and Singer

Sunday Wenman - Actor

Harry Whyte - Musician

Arthur Woodlock - Actor

  • Applesauce, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 20 October 1941

Tivoli Circuit (Australia) Pty Ltd

Tivoli Ballet

Tivoli Orchestra

The Kermond Brothers

Gardner and Kane

J. C. Williamson Theatres Limited (1943-1976)

Duo Sylvanos

Fabulous Rudas Dancers

Kawashima Dancers

Mahoney and Geraghty

Ricmand Duo

Rudas Organisation

The Leotards

Blue Squire Trio

Cusko's Circus

The Florays

  • Scrapbook, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 15 December 1947
  • The Laughter Rodeo, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 16 June 1945
  • The Gay Nineties, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 2 June 1945

Tivoli Showgirls

Ballard & Rae

Ballet Cavalcade

Gordon and Colville

Musical Macs

Niselle and Ilster

The 5 Cleverers

The Allen Brothers and June

The Amazing Margoes

The Bridges Trio

The Flying Kelroys

The Gibson Girls

The Loretta Twins

The Three Bendinos

Tivoli Glamour Girls

Tivoli Lovelies

  • Diamond Horseshoe, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 27 April 1959
  • Scrapbook, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 15 December 1947

Vernon and Draper

Annette and Durno

Cusko and Peter

  • Gay Nineties, Crystal Theatre, Broken Hill, NSW, 18 September 1946

Cyril Jenkins Serenaders

Earl and Fontaine

Earle and Fontaine

Harry Wren Theatres Ltd

  • Gay Nineties, Crystal Theatre, Broken Hill, NSW, 18 September 1946

Jean Bedford's 20 Juniors

Majestic Ballet

Mavis and Les Ritchie

Max Reddy Follies

Page and Nona

Skill and Grace

Stalac Brothers

The Cleveres

  • Applesauce, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 20 October 1941

The Clydellos

  • Applesauce, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 20 October 1941

The Darwinians

  • Why be Serious, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 13 March 1943

The Gay Nineties

The Independent Theatre

The Marcella Trio

The Massive Twins

  • Scrapbook, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 15 December 1947

The Melodians

The Three Leotards

The Tivoli Mannequins

Tivoli Adorables

  • Scrapbook, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 15 December 1947

Two Rays

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