Contributor Evie Hayes
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Other Names Evelyn Vina Hayes, Evie Mahoney
Gender Female
Nationality American
Date of Birth 1 June 1911
Date of Death 26 December 1988
Functions Actor, Performer, Actor and Singer
Notes Born in Seattle. Came to Australia with husband, vaudeville star Will Mahoney in 1938. Died in Melbourne.
NLA http://nla.gov.au/nla.party-1462678
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  • Is spouse of Will Mahoney (Actor, Comedian. Event Dates: 1934 - 1966)
Events

Singer

Actor

Actor and Singer

Performer

Circus Style Performer

Will Mahoney - Performer, Comedian, Actor, Producer

Irving Berlin - Composer, Lyricist, Music and Lyrics

Leo Packer - Musical Director, Conductor

Les Ritchie - Performer, Actor and Singer, Dancer

Mavis Ritchie - Performer, Actor and Singer, Dancer

Terry Scanlon - Comedian, Actor, Singer, Performer, Compere

John Casson - Producer, Director

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

Dorothy Fields - Writer, Book and Lyrics, Playwright, Librettist

Herbert Fields - Writer, Playwright, Librettist, Composer

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

George Hurd - Circus Style Performer, Performer

Alec Kellaway - Actor and Singer, Actor, Performer

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

Peggy Mortimer - Performer, Singer, Musician

Wallace Parnell - Producer

Fred Parsons - Writer, Stage Manager, Comedian

Charles Crawford - Actor, Actor and Singer

Hayes Gordon - Actor, Actor and Singer

Ronnie Hay - Choreographer

Donald Kirk - Actor, Actor and Singer

Betty Pounder - Choreographer, Dance Director

Earl Covert - Actor, Actor and Singer

Ann Donald - Actor, Actor and Singer

Marie La Varre - Actor, Actor and Singer

Reginald Newson - Actor, Actor and Singer

Jill Perryman - Actor, Performer

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 11 February 1967
  • 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
  • Call Me Madam, His Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD, 10 September 1954
  • Call Me Madam, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 30 January 1954

Morry Barling - Actor, Comedian

Graeme Bent - Actor, Assistant Stage Manager, Actor and Singer

Carl Randall - Director, Producer, Actor, Actor and Singer

Lesley Baker - Actor, Performer

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 11 February 1967
  • 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 - Actor, Performer

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 11 February 1967
  • 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 Carroll - Actor, Musician

Margaret Christensen - Actor, Performer

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 11 February 1967
  • 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

Beth Dean - Dancer, Actor and Singer, Actor

Shirley May Donald - Actor

Chung Doo - Tenor

  • The Gay Nineties, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 2 June 1945
  • The Anniversary Show, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 19 May 1945
  • All in Favour, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 12 September 1942
  • Ridin' High, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 29 August 1942

Maggie Fitzgibbon - Actor and Singer, Actor

Eddie Gordon - Actor, Comedian, Circus Style Performer

Robert Healey - Actor and Singer, Actor

Fred Hebert - Director

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 11 February 1967
  • 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

Tessa Mallos - Actor, Performer

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 11 February 1967
  • 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

Harold Moschetti - Musical Director, Conductor

Frank Neil - Presenter

Nellie Stewart - Actor and Singer, Actor

Walter Sullivan - Actor, Performer

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 11 February 1967
  • 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

Arthur Taylor - Actor, Actor and Singer

Hal Vincer - Conductor, Musical Director

Sidney Wheeler - Actor, Actor and Singer

Bill Yule - Actor, Performer

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 11 February 1967
  • 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

Fay Agnew - Actor, Actor and Singer

Deede Armstrong - Actor, Actor and Singer

Jean Battye - Actor, Performer

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 11 February 1967
  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 25 August 1966
  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre (1960-1970), Sydney, NSW, 4 March 1966

Stan Craig - Musician, Actor and Singer

Russel Crouse - Writer

  • Call Me Madam, His Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD, 10 September 1954
  • Call Me Madam, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 30 January 1954
  • Call Me Madam, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 5 September 1953

Nick Dana - Choreographer

Clem Dawe - Comedian, Singer

Shirley Donald - Performer, Actor and Singer

  • Kiss Me, Kate, Theatre Royal, Adelaide, SA, 1 July 1954
  • The Laugh Convoy, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 3 July 1943
  • Why be Serious, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 13 March 1943

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

Eric Edgley - Singer, Comedian

Pamela Evans - Actor and Singer

Claude Flemming - Actor and Singer, Actor

Lynne Golding - Performer, Dancer

Millie Hansen - Singer

Millie Hanson - Soprano, Actor, Performer

Jack Horton - Actor and Singer, Actor, Dancer

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

J Alan Kenyon - Scenic Artist, Set Designer

Isobel Lennart - Author, Book and Lyrics, Writer

  • 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

Howard Lindsay - Writer

  • Call Me Madam, His Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD, 10 September 1954
  • Call Me Madam, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 30 January 1954
  • Call Me Madam, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 5 September 1953

Laurie Lott - Tenor, Singer

Eddie Marcel - Compere, Skater

David N. Martin - Presenter, Interpreter

Frank Martin - Actor and Singer, Actor

Johnny Marvin - Vocalist, Singer

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

Boyd Michele - Dancer

Shirley Murphy - Dancer, Actor

Cecil Newman - Scenic Artist, Set Designer

George Nichols - Impersonator, Actor and Singer

Pat Nicholson - Dancer

Athena Pallas - Magician

  • Come on Ma Honey, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 26 September 1942
  • All in Favour, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 12 September 1942
  • Ridin' High, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 29 August 1942

Cole Porter - Lyricist, Composer

Royston - Ventriloquist

Howard Short - Actor and Singer, Actor

Noel Smith - Musical 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

Bella Spewack - Writer

Sam Spewack - Writer

John Stevens - Actor, Actor and Singer, Dancer

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

Brian Tait - Actor and Singer, Actor

Webb Tilton - Actor, Actor and Singer

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 - Performer, Circus Style Performer

Alban Whitehead - Singer, Actor and Singer

Gladys Anderson - Performer

  • Come on Ma Honey, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 26 September 1942
  • All in Favour, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 12 September 1942

Frank Armstrong - Actor and Singer

William Arnold - Actor, Actor and Singer

Raymond Baird - Saxophonist, Musician

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

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

H Birbeck - Mechanist

Dorothy Burge - Dancer

George Carden - Dance Director

  • Call Me Madam, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 30 January 1954
  • Call Me Madam, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 5 September 1953

Victor Carell - Actor and Singer

Gordon Cornish - Dancer

Kathryn Crawford - Actor and Singer

Gloria Dawn - Actor and Singer

Gracie Emmerson - Comedian

Geoff Filtness - Actor and Singer

Frank Forde - Performer, Baritone

Peter French - Actor and Singer

Muriel Gardner - Dancer

Elizabeth Gaye - Actor and Singer

Alan Girdwood - Musician

L Goddard - Dancer, Actor and Singer

Keith Gregory - Lyricist, Lighting Operator

Betty Gribble - Actor, Actor and Singer

Norma Hall - Performer

  • Why be Serious, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 13 March 1943
  • Keep 'em Laughing, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 6 June 1942

Oscar Hammerstein - Composer, Lyricist

Alton Harvey - Actor and Singer, Actor

Robert Harvey - Dancer, Actor and Singer

Hap Hazard - Comedian

June Holm - Singer

Ann Holmes - Actor and Singer

Jenny Howard - Actor, Comedian

Arthur Jandy - Comic Instrumentalist, Clown

Adele Jarrett - Dancer

Kevan Johnston - Performer, Dancer

  • Call Me Madam, His Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD, 10 September 1954
  • Call Me Madam, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 30 January 1954

Laurie Jones - Actor, Actor and Singer

Lorelei Jones - Actor and Singer

Nell Kelly - Comedian

Ron Kelly - Actor, Actor and Singer

Ernest Kelroy - Performer

Billy Kershaw - Actor and Singer

Gerald Kirby - Dialect Coach

Nan Kirkham - Dancer

Joe Lawman - Comedian

Edna Luscombe - Actor and Singer, Comedian

Coral Macer - Performer

Babs MacKinnon - Actor, Actor and Singer

Hal Marsden - Dancer

Charles McCallum - Performer, Actor

  • Call Me Madam, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 30 January 1954
  • Call Me Madam, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 5 September 1953

Gerald McErlean - Dancer

Grant McIntyre - Actor and Singer

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

Stan Porter - Conductor

Isabel Pratt - Actor, Actor and Singer

Alec Regan - Producer

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

Bruce Rodger - Dancer

Richard Rodgers - Composer, Writer

Harvey Roland - Dancer, Actor and Singer

Keitha Ross Munro - Stage Manager

Leonie Scarlett - Actor and Singer

J Sidoli - Properties Master

Shirley Sunners - Ballet Master/Mistress

Frank S. Tait - Entrepreneur, Administrator

J. Nevin Tait - Administrator, Entrepreneur

John H Tait - Administrator, Entrepreneur

Des Tanner - Pianist

Charles Taylor - Musical Director

Janice Turner - Actor

George Upward - Scenic Artist, Set Designer

George Stevenson Wallace - Comedian

Pam Walter - Actor and Singer

Zelma White - Dancer

Noel Wotherspoon - Actor and Singer, 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

Keith Wright - Actor

'Henry' of JCW Modes - Costume Designer

Captain the Wonder Dog - Animal Performer

Myrna - Comedian

Mr Andrew - Magician

Dawn Arteen - Animal Performer

Arthur Askey - Comedian

Irah Atam - Actor

Dorothy Atholwood - Costume Maker

Louis Barnett - Wigmaker

Thelma Barry - Actor and Singer

Constance Bates - Actor and Singer

John Bean - Dancer

Norma Beatty - Soubrette

Jean Bedford - Choreographer

Bill Bennett - Actor

Josephine Bermingham - Actor

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 11 February 1967

Reg Black - Pianist

Wally Boag - Performer

Richard Bradshaw - Actor

Joy Brewer - Actor and Singer

Babe Bridges - Actor

Nancye Bridges - Actor

Roland Brierley - Assistant Stage Manager

Laurie Brooks - Performer

Lawrence Brooks - Singer

Guus Brox - Comedian

Johnny Bryant - Musician

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

Ralph Burchell - Dancer

Joan Burge - Actor and Singer

Ian Burgis - Actor

Neville Burns - Actor

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 11 February 1967

Robert Burns - Actor

Robert Butt - Performer

David Cahill - Performer

  • Call Me Madam, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 30 January 1954

Rex Calder - Actor

Russell Callow - Tenor

Mickey Carolyn - Performer

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

Terry Carr - Performer

Wallace Carroll - Actor

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 11 February 1967

Albert Chappelle - Singer

Ben Chavez - Mystic

Cecil Christensen - Baritone

Jimmy Clark - Performer

Al Clarke - Dancer

Len Clerehan - Wardrobe Master / Mistress

Lily Coburn - Performer

Keith Connolly - Performer

John Conroy - Actor and Singer

Frankie Conville - Comedian

Garrie Covert - Actor

Shirley Cramer - Dancer

Len Cundy - Set and/or Property Maker

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

Rob Curtis - Actor and Singer

Sunny Dale - Comedian

Gil Dalzell - Actor

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 11 February 1967

Anthony Davey - Actor and Singer

Beris Dawn - Performer

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

Gene Detroy - Performer, Animal Wrangler

Maurice Diamond - Stage Manager

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

Les Donaghey - Stage Director

Steve Doo - Singer

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

Patricia Dutton - Actor and Singer

Molly Duval - Dancer

Elimar - Circus Style Performer

Cathie Elliott - Actor

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 11 February 1967

Edna Emmett - Dancer

Dolores Ernst - Actor

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 11 February 1967

Florence Farrington - Soprano

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

Dave Finkelstein - Properties Master

Edie Fitzgerald - Performer

Stan Foley - Comedian

Franquin - Hypnotist

Eddie Gaye - Performer

Jim Gerald - Comedian

  • The Laugh Convoy, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 3 July 1943

Ernest Gifford - Actor

Jeanette Gilbert - Musician

Gordon Girdwood - Musician

Bill Gordon - Performer

Jock Gordon - Comedian

  • The Laugh Convoy, Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD, 3 July 1943

Ailsa Green - Singer

Diana Gregory - Actor and Singer

Marshall Greig - Administrator

Clifford Guest - Actor

Charles Haggith - Actor

Kevin Harris - Performer

Alec Hellaway - Actor and Singer

Cath Holland - Actor and Singer

Hanya Holm - Choreographer

Elsie Hoskings - Soubrette

Roy Howell - Actor and Singer

Trudy Hulse - Actor and Singer

Harry Humphrey - Performer

Johnny Hyman - Comedian

Allan Jacobson - Actor and Singer

Val Jellay - Actor and Singer

Gil Johnson - Dancer

June Johnson - Actor and Singer

Sunday Johnson - Choreographer

A. Vincent Jones - Music and Lyrics, Director

Graham Jones - Actor

Reg Jones - Lighting Designer

Dave Kaye - Pianist

Rosalind Keene - Actor

Ernie Kelroy - Actor

Johnny Kiado - Musician

Mickey King - Acrobat

Tom King - Musical Director

Will Kroncke - Costume Co-ordinator

Betty Lambert - Soubrette

Stella Lamond - Singer

Nancy Lang - Performer

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

Shirley Lawson - Violinist

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

Norman Lee - Stage Manager

The Great Levante - Magician

Al Lockyer - Dancer

Marjorie Lou - Dancer

Kurt Ludescher - Actor

Eddie MacDonald - General Manager

Dolly Mack - Actor

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

Christine Main - Dancer

Lloyd Martin - Actor

Denise Maxwell - Dancer

June McCrae - Actor

Mary McCrone - Wardrobe Master / Mistress

Lennie McDermott - Singer

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

John McKenna - Actor

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 11 February 1967

Betty Meddings - Actor and Singer

Jock Miller - Costume Designer

Lenore Miller - Performer

June Mills - Performer

T. H. Mitchell - Business Manager

Ivor Moreton - Pianist

Jack Mortimer - Musician

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

Rob Murray - Juggler

Harry Nesbitt - Comic Singer

Max Nesbitt - Comic Singer

Fay Newton - Performer

Ann Nichols - Actor and Singer

Ann Nicholson - Actor

C. T. Norden - Administrator

Paddy Norman - Choreographer

Everald Norton - Actor

Dennis O'Keefe - Actor

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 11 February 1967

Helen Orlova - Performer

Rene Paul - Actor

  • Call Me Madam, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 5 September 1953

Phillip Peake - Actor and Singer

Alton Pertzell - Actor and Singer

Mascotte Powell - Performer

Betty Preston - Actor

Eve Priestly - Actor and Singer

Gheda Pusey - Actor

Natalie Raine - Actor and Singer

Rebla - Circus Style Performer

Max Reddy - Comedian

William Rees - Performer

  • Call Me Madam, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 30 January 1954

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

Dorrie Ricketts - Performer

Robert Roberts - Acrobat

William P. Robinson - Dancer

Charles Roy - Performer

Scott Sanders - Performer

John Sanger - Actor

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 11 February 1967

Johnny Sanna - Performer

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

Eve Schafer - Dancer

Wendy Sellover - Actor and Singer

Wendy Selover - Actor

Madame Sheringham - Costume Maker

Gil Slattery - Mechanist

Frank Smith - Dancer

Maxine Smitherham - Actor

Shirley Sonners - Dancer

Paul Spear - Contortionist

Dawn Spry - Dancer

Elsa Stenning - Actor and Singer

Pam Stevens - Actor

  • Funny Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 11 February 1967

Wilfred Stevens - Actor

Betty Stewart - Publicist

Edwin Styles - Comedian

Warren Taylor - Actor

Jandy The Musical Clown - Clown

Sandra Thomas - Actor

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

Pam Walters - Dancer

Joy Waltho - Actor and Singer

Garth Welch - Performer

  • Call Me Madam, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 30 January 1954

Sunday Wenman - Actor

Doris Whimp - Performer

Neil Williams - Actor

Doreen Wilson - Soprano

Arthur Woodlock - Actor

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

J. C. Williamson Theatres Limited

Tivoli Circuit (Australia) Pty Ltd

Tivoli Ballet

Tivoli Orchestra

The Kermond Brothers

Mahoney and Geraghty

Gardner and Kane

The Leotards

Cusko's Circus

J. C. Williamson Theatres

Ballard & Rae

J. C. Williamson Limited

Musical Macs

Niselle and Ilster

The 5 Cleverers

The Bridges Trio

The Florays

The Flying Kelroys

Annette and Durno

Band of the 1st Military District

Cusko and Peter

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

Earl and Fontaine

George Miller

Harry Wren Theatres Ltd

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

Jean Bedford's 20 Juniors

Lemuel Ayres

  • Kiss Me, Kate, His Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD, 31 January 1953

Majestic Ballet

Marquis and Family

Mavis and Les Ritchie

Queensland Arts Council

Radio 4AK

Radio 4BK

Saint Subber

  • Kiss Me, Kate, His Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD, 31 January 1953

Skill and Grace

Stalac Brothers

The Chevalier 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 Loretta Twins

The Marcella Trio

The Melodians

The Three Bendinos

The Tivoli Mannequins

Tivoli Celebrity Singers

Two Rays

Vernon and Draper

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