Contributor John Northcote
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Gender Male
Functions Designer, Set Designer
Events

Set Designer

Designer

Actor

Scenic Artist

Wardrobe Master / Mistress

Stan de Telega - Costume Designer

Stefan Haag - Director, Producer

Gioacchino Rossini - Composer

Eric Clapham - Conductor

Ella Banner - Actor, Singer, Actor and Singer

John Germain - Singer, Actor, Actor and Singer

Ralton R. James - Producer, Director

Alan Light - Actor and Singer, Singer, Actor

Madame Nixon - Wardrobe Master / Mistress

David N. Martin - Presenter, Producer

Neil Warren-Smith - Actor and Singer, Singer, Actor

Dudley Cantrell - Conductor, Musical Director, Composer

Sheila Cruze - Choreographer

James Doone - Singer, Assistant Stage Manager

Jozef Drewniak - Singer, Actor

Albert Fisher - Musical Director

Ronny Hay - Choreographer

Rosalind Keene - Singer, Actor

Jessie Laws - Costume Designer, Wardrobe Master / Mistress

Leo McKernan - Singer, Chorus

Donald Smith - Actor, Singer

Esme - Milliner

Bubbles - Wardrobe Master / Mistress, Costume Maker

Rosemary Butler - Performer

Denis Collinson - Musical Arranger, Conductor

Charlie Connell - Set and/or Property Maker

Peter Crago - Performer

Brian Curran - Singer

Edith Dahl - Performer

Lee Davis - Performer

Gregory Dempsey - Actor and Singer, Actor

Evan Dunstan - Actor

  • Nina, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 30 April 1962
  • Nina, Palace Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 17 March 1962

Elimar - Juggler, Circus Style Performer

Jim Gerald - Comedian

Barney Grant - Performer

Edward Everett Horton - Director, Producer, Actor

  • Nina, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 30 April 1962
  • Nina, Palace Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 17 March 1962

Jenny Howard - Comedian, Performer

Jacqueline Kott - Actor

  • Nina, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 30 April 1962
  • Nina, Palace Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 17 March 1962

Murray Mardardy - Singer

Beryl Meekin - Comedian, Performer

Cherry Minato - Dancer, Comedian

Gladys Moncrieff - Actor, Singer

Rae Morgan - Performer, Comedian

Harold Moschetti - Conductor, Musical Arranger

Myron Natwick - Actor

  • Nina, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 30 April 1962
  • Nina, Palace Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 17 March 1962

John O'Dowd - Performer, Comedian

Queenie Paul - Performer, Actor

Andre Roussin - Playwright

  • Nina, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 30 April 1962
  • Nina, Palace Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 17 March 1962

Anna Rudas - Choreographer

Tibor Rudas - Choreographer, Producer

June Salter - Actor, Singer

Robert Simmons - Actor, Actor and Singer

Samuel Taylor - Adaptor

  • Nina, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 30 April 1962
  • Nina, Palace Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 17 March 1962

Georg Tintner - Conductor, Musical Director

George Leonard Wallace - Comedian

Donald Williams - Stage Director

Angus Winneke - Set Designer, Designer

Harry Wren - Producer

Marion - Performer

Maureen - Performer

Snodgrass - Ventriloquist Doll

Jo-Anne Alder - Performer

Ruth Allen - Comedian

Jack Baker - Actor and Singer

Guy Ballantyne - Actor

Gwenneth Ballantyne - Actor

Freddie Bamberger - Performer

Daphne Barker - Performer

Jack Barker - Performer

Michael Bentine - Performer

John Bishop - Musical Advisor

John Bluthal - Actor and Singer

William Boulton - Electrician

Clara Bow - Actor and Singer

Janice Breen - Performer

Enid Brown - Actor

Florence Brown - Actor

Guus Brox - Performer

Frank Brozzesi - Chorus

Stuffy Bryant - Performer

Betty Bubbles - Comedian

April Byatt - Actor

  • Twilight Walk, Anzac House Auditorium, Sydney, NSW, 15 November 1958

Micky Chapman - Performer

Gordon Chater - Actor

Warren Chetham-Strode - Playwright

Marie Claire - Singer

Dorothy Clarke - Wardrobe Master / Mistress

Max Cleavely - Actor

Ray Collier - Chorus

Clyde Collins - Musical Director

Nina Cooke - Soprano

Phillida Cooper - Performer

Philip Cope - Wardrobe Master / Mistress

Graham Cottrell - Performer

Joy Coucke - Assistant Stage Manager

John Cousins - Properties Master / Mistress

Oscar Cox - Actor

Bob Cummings - Comedian

Shirley Dalgleish - Hair Stylist

Perry Davey - Comedian

Albert Dawking - Performer

Gloria Dawn - Performer

Sam Day - Actor

Lyle Dayman - Actor

Maria Delores - Performer

Vera Derler - Comedian

Alain Diagora - Juggler

Suzanne Dixon - Comedian

May Downs - Choreographer

Josephine Drew - Actor and Singer

Harry Dunn - Mechanist

Lewis Dunn - Ice Skater

Ross Dunnage - Actor

Eddie Edwards - Comedian

Adrienne Erdos - Ice Skater

Owen Evans - Actor

Trader Faulkner - Actor

Ian Field - Performer

Ian Fields - Comedian

Colin Fitzgerald - Actor and Singer

Fay Forsaith - Actor

Maurice Fox - Chorus

Ken Fraser - Actor

Bill French - Singer

Frank Gargro - Actor

Judy Gay - Actor and Singer

Winnie Gill - Wardrobe Master / Mistress

Russ Glover - Lighting Designer

Pat Gregory - Ice Skater

May Grey - Wardrobe Master / Mistress

Joan Harlow - Actor and Singer

Malcolm Headland - Actor

Richard Healey - Conductor

Pat Henning - Comedian

Joe Heritage - Performer

Peter Horan - Ice Skater

Bert Howell - Performer

George Humphrey - Musician

Harry Jacobson - Pianist

Charles Jury - Voice Coach

Helen Kane - Actor and Singer

Geoffrey Keene - Mechanist

John Kiley - Actor

Johnny Ladd - Scriptwriter

Desmond Lane - Comic Instrumentalist

Johnny Laycock - Performer

Roy Leaney - Actor

Jerry Lester - Performer

Beverley Levine - Performer

Betty Linke - Actor and Singer

Ken Littlewood - Magician

Robin Lovejoy - Producer

Al Mack - Stage Director

  • Nina, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 30 April 1962

John Markham - Actor

Frank Marlowe - Comedian

David Matthews - Actor

Gloria May - Performer

Josephine McCormack - Soubrette

Geoff McDonald - Ice Skater

Barrie McEwin - Actor

Ted McKenzie - Actor

Frank Millane - Set and/or Property Maker

Red Moore - Performer

Rita Moreno - Performer

Paul Morisset - Costume Designer, Actor

John Murray - Actor

Ida Newton - Producer

  • Twilight Walk, Anzac House Auditorium, Sydney, NSW, 15 November 1958

Mavis Nixon - Wardrobe Master / Mistress

Jessica Noad - Actor

Peter North - Chorus

Eileen O'Connor - Singer

Eris O'Dell - Accompanist

Clem O'Donoghue - Actor

Glen Ole - Electrician

Ron Owen - Actor

  • Twilight Walk, Anzac House Auditorium, Sydney, NSW, 15 November 1958

Reg Park - Ice Skater

Charlie Parker - Comedian

Norman Parker - Mechanist

Richard Parry - Actor

Ron Patten - Publicist

Al Pelligrini - Musical Director

Jack Perry - Performer

Keith Petersen - Comedian

Keith Peterson - Comedian

Ron Peterson - Actor

Rex Porter - Chorus

June Powis - Administrator

Mary Poxon - Wardrobe Master / Mistress

Frank Radcliffe - Performer

Karl Rankl - Musical Director

Glenda Raymond - Actor and Singer

William E Raynor - Actor

John Reed - Performer

Yasmina Reza - Actor and Singer

Kathleen Robinson - Actor

Abe Romain - Conductor

Eddie Rose - Performer

Evelyn Rose - Magician

Donald Rosie - Actor

Janne Ross - Singer

Barry Rugless - Performer

Billy Russell - Comedian

Irene Ryan - Singer

Walter Rychtowski - Chorus

Fred Santos - Performer

Mario Savieri - Set and/or Property Maker

Terry Scanlon - Actor

Mildred Seymour - Pianist

John Shannon - Publicist

Michael Shannon - Set Designer

Richard Sherren - Actor

A B Shiffrin - Playwright

  • Twilight Walk, Anzac House Auditorium, Sydney, NSW, 15 November 1958

Canfield Smith - Ventriloquist

Don Smith - Actor and Singer

Patricia Smith - Singer

Caesare Sterbini - Librettist

Daryl Stewart - Performer

Dick Sweeney - Actor

  • Twilight Walk, Anzac House Auditorium, Sydney, NSW, 15 November 1958

John Sykes - Actor, Producer

Will Thompson - Stage Manager

Mel Tormé - Singer

Elizabeth Trotter - Actor

Herbert Turner - Performer

James Upshaw - Performer

James Vaughan - Singer

Olive Wallace - Choreographer

Bruce Walton - Lighting Designer

Frank Ward - Actor and Singer

John Ward - Actor

Mae West - Actor and Singer

Raymond Wheeler - Actor

Jerome White - Comedian

K. White - Special Effects

Harry Wiere - Performer

Herb Wiere - Performer

Sylvester Wiere - Performer

Coreen Wilkinson - Administrator

Keith Wright - Actor and Singer

Frank Zeppel - Actor

Tivoli Circuit (Australia) Pty Ltd

The Elizabethan Trust Opera Company

The Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust

  • Nina, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 30 April 1962
  • Nina, Palace Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 17 March 1962
  • The Barber of Seville, Elizabethan Theatre, Newtown, NSW, 26 July 1958

Celebrity Circuit Pty Ltd

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

The Arts Council of Australia

The Clark Brothers

The Dancing Knights

The Duo Perrards

The Garnet H. Carroll Management

  • Nina, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 30 April 1962
  • Many Happy Returns, Princess Theatre (1886- ), Melbourne, VIC, 1 September 1959

The Rivieras

Tivoli Girls and Boys

Tivoli Orchestra

Atele and Latu

Can-Can Girls

Clark Bros

David N. Martin Pty Ltd

Garnet H. Carroll

  • Nina, Palace Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 17 March 1962

Johnny Laycock and Maureen

Latona, Graham and Chadel

Low, Hite and Stanley

Marion and Eddie Rose

Rudas Organisation

Salici Puppets

State Opera Company of New South Wales

The Alfreros

The Arts Council of Australia (South Australian Division)

The Bradley Sisters

The Chaddells

The Coquettes

The Dancing Debutantes

The Dandinis

The Diors

The Four Knights

The Gay Dogs

The Glamour Birds

The Glamourettes

The Ida Newton Players

  • Twilight Walk, Anzac House Auditorium, Sydney, NSW, 15 November 1958

The Kempinskis

The Nudie Cuties

The Taboris

The Wiere Brothers

Tivoli Ballet

Tivoli Lovelies

Trio Gypsy

Ulk and Maor

Whitehall Productions

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