Contributor Wren Matthews
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Gender Male
Functions Actor
Notes Member Kiwis Revue Company
Events

Actor and Singer

Performer

  • Benghazi, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 18 November 1949
  • The Kiwis, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 21 December 1946

Actor

  • Faust, Tivoli Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 27 March 1946

Bass

Vocalist

Morris Double - Actor and Singer, Performer

  • Benghazi, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 18 November 1949
  • Benghazi, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 10 January 1948
  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947
  • The Kiwis, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 21 December 1946

John Hunter - Gender Cross-dresser, Performer

  • Benghazi, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 18 November 1949
  • Benghazi, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 10 January 1948
  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947
  • The Kiwis, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 21 December 1946

James Lavery - Performer, Actor and Singer

  • Benghazi, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 18 November 1949
  • Benghazi, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 10 January 1948
  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947
  • The Kiwis, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 21 December 1946

Glen Millins - Actor, Performer

  • Benghazi, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 18 November 1949
  • Benghazi, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 10 January 1948
  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947
  • The Kiwis, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 21 December 1946

Cecil Morris - Magician, Actor and Singer, Musician, Performer

  • Benghazi, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 18 November 1949
  • Benghazi, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 10 January 1948
  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947
  • The Kiwis, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 21 December 1946

Taffy Owen - Actor and Singer, Performer

  • Benghazi, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 18 November 1949
  • Benghazi, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 10 January 1948
  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947
  • The Kiwis, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 21 December 1946

Wally Prictor - Gender Cross-dresser, Performer

  • Benghazi, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 18 November 1949
  • Benghazi, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 10 January 1948
  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947
  • The Kiwis, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 21 December 1946

Terry Vaughan - Director, Musical Director, Conductor, Producer

  • Benghazi, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 18 November 1949
  • Benghazi, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 10 January 1948
  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947
  • The Kiwis, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 21 December 1946

Stan Wineera - Performer, Actor

  • Benghazi, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 18 November 1949
  • Benghazi, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 10 January 1948
  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947
  • The Kiwis, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 21 December 1946

Allan Brown - Musician, Percussionist, Performer

  • Benghazi, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 18 November 1949
  • Benghazi, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 10 January 1948
  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947

William Cade - Conductor, Musical Director

Ernie Fish - Actor, Performer

  • Benghazi, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 18 November 1949
  • Benghazi, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 10 January 1948
  • The Kiwis, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 21 December 1946

William Harrison - Actor and Singer, Bass, Actor

Barbara Howard - Producer, Designer, Actor and Singer, Assistant Producer, Actor

Red Moore - Actor, Performer

  • Benghazi, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 10 January 1948
  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947
  • The Kiwis, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 21 December 1946

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Composer

Neil Randrup - Clarinetist, Performer

  • Benghazi, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 18 November 1949
  • Benghazi, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 10 January 1948
  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947

John Reidy - Performer, Actor

  • Benghazi, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 18 November 1949
  • Benghazi, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 10 January 1948
  • The Kiwis, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 21 December 1946

Tony Rex - Actor and Singer, Performer

  • Benghazi, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 18 November 1949
  • Benghazi, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 10 January 1948
  • The Kiwis, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 21 December 1946

Eileen Sayers - Actor and Singer, Actor

Dave Stafford - Performer, Clarinetist, Saxophonist

  • Benghazi, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 18 November 1949
  • Benghazi, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 10 January 1948
  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947

Harry Unwin - Musician, Bassist, Performer

  • Benghazi, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 18 November 1949
  • Benghazi, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 10 January 1948
  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947

Richard Watson - Producer, Actor, Actor and Singer

B Adamson - Soprano, Chorus

Bill Bain - Performer, Actor

  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947
  • The Kiwis, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 21 December 1946

Jean Barbour - Actor and Singer, Accompanist

Wally Barton - Trombonist, Performer

  • Benghazi, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 18 November 1949
  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947

Desmond Blundell - Trombonist, Musician

  • Benghazi, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 10 January 1948
  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947

Roy Campbell - Stage Manager

  • Benghazi, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 18 November 1949
  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947

Valerie Clisby - Chorus, Soprano

M Davey - Soprano, Chorus

Peggy Fearn - Chorus, Soprano

Roy Griffiths - Set Designer, Designer

  • Benghazi, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 18 November 1949
  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947

Una Hale - Vocalist, Soprano

Phil Jay - Performer, Gender Cross-dresser

  • Benghazi, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 10 January 1948
  • The Kiwis, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 21 December 1946

Roy MacDougall - Actor and Singer

  • Benghazi, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 10 January 1948
  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947

Dick Marcroft - Actor, Performer

  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947
  • The Kiwis, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 21 December 1946

Arthur Peden - Clarinetist

  • Benghazi, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 10 January 1948
  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947

Don Richardson - Clarinetist, Saxophonist

  • Benghazi, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 10 January 1948
  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947

Lillian Siggs - Chorus, Soprano

Harold Tidemann - Actor and Singer

Phyllis Turner - Chorus, Soprano

G B Williams - Tenor, Chorus

Fred Williamson - Actor and Singer

Ian Adams - Pianist

Lionel Adamson - Chorus

Margaret Adey - Violinist

Johann Sebastian Bach - Composer

N Bampton - Chorus

Marie Bates - Vocalist

F Blackstock - Chorus

F Blackstock - Tenor

Max Blake - Singer

  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947

B Bottin - Tenor

K E Bowley - Bass

Johannes Brahms - Composer

Graham Burns - Bass

Frederic Chopin - Composer

Donald Chynoweth - Chorus

T Clarkson - Soprano

V Clarkson - Chorus

Daisy Crampton - Pianist

L Cross - Chorus

Norm D'Ath - Trumpeter

  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947

Lloyd Davies - Orchestral Leader

M Dayman - Soprano

Charles Dearden - Tour Manager

  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947

Mary Dempster - Actor and Singer

Topsie Doenau - Pianist

Gertrude Drake - Vocalist

Stanley Draper - Bass

Leslie Dutton - Tenor

Ralph Dyer - Costume Designer, Performer

  • Benghazi, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 18 November 1949

Cliff Ellis - Chorus

Lorna Fletcher - Soprano

Armstrong Gibbs - Composer

Charles Gounod - Composer

  • Faust, Tivoli Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 27 March 1946

J. L. Gray - Administrator

  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947

G Gum - Chorus

G Gum - Tenor

Noel Habgood - Performer

  • Benghazi, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 18 November 1949

R Haines - Tenor

Clair Hakendorf - Violinist

George Frideric Handel - Composer

Gladys Harrison - Actor and Singer

Michael Head - Composer

Robert Hecker - Flautist

Mary Hepenstall - Actor and Singer

Mary Heppenstall - Actor and Singer

William Herbert - Actor

  • Faust, Tivoli Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 27 March 1946

Dudly Holbrook - Chorus

Alison Holder - Pianist

Maurice Hood - Costume Designer

  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947

Irving Johnson - Stage Manager

Lilian Keen - Pianist

E Kreig - Chorus

Ray Langsford - Tenor

Alan Leane - Pianist

Inez Lillies - Publicist

  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947

Robert Lucas - Tenor

Donald MacDonald - Tenor

Michael Malycha - Chorus

Percy Martin - Chorus

Russell Martin - Chorus

Jules Massenet - Composer

Gladys Masters - Assistant Stage Manager

S May - Soprano

Wilma McCauley - Chorus

Roy McDougall - Performer

  • Benghazi, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 18 November 1949

Bruce McInnes - Chorus

B L McInnis - Tenor

Felix Mendelssohn - Composer

Alan Miers - Business Manager

  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947

Mary Millins - Wardrobe Master / Mistress

  • Benghazi, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 18 November 1949

T. H. Mitchell - Business Manager

  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947

John Painter - Cellist

Milton Pascoe - Chorus

Kingsley Payne - Actor and Singer

J Penhall - Soprano

Margaret Pirie - Actor

  • Faust, Tivoli Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 27 March 1946

Bill Pritchard - Trombonist

  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947

Jack Roberts - Pianist

  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947

Mavis Roberts - Chorus

Margaret Robertson - Chorus

Gioacchino Rossini - Composer

Thomas Rowe - Chorus

H G A Sansom - Bass

Natalie Sellick - Cellist

B Strathearn - Tenor

Boris Strathearn - Chorus

Marie Trussler - Chorus

Vivien Tuck - Pianist

Giuseppe Verdi - Composer

Donald Weekes - Violinist

R W Welford - Bass

A Weylandt - Chorus

Keith Williams - Chorus

Patricia Williams - Chorus

Thelma Williams - Soprano

Patsy Williamson - Chorus

Betty Woods - Soprano

Max Worthley - Actor and Singer

J Wylde - Soprano

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

  • Benghazi, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 18 November 1949
  • Benghazi, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 10 January 1948
  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947
  • The Kiwis, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 21 December 1946

The Kiwis Revue Company

  • Benghazi, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 18 November 1949
  • Benghazi, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 10 January 1948
  • Tripoli, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1947
  • The Kiwis, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 21 December 1946

Elder Conservatorium Opera Group

Australian Broadcasting Commission

Adelaide ABC Orchestra

Adelaide Concert Orchestra

The Elder Conservatorium of Music

The South Australian Ballet and Arts Club

  • Faust, Tivoli Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 27 March 1946

The University of Adelaide

Identifier 452528