Contributor Henry Pettitt
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Gender Male
Nationality British
Date of Birth 7 April 1848
Date of Death 24 December 1893
Functions Actor, Playwright
Notes Henry Alfred Pettitt (7 April 1848 – 24 December 1893), was a British actor and dramatist. With Augustus Harris, he wrote the play Burmah, produced on Broadway in 1896. With G. R. Sims, he created a substantial body of very successful works, including In the Ranks (1883, 457 performances at the Adelphi Theatre) and The Harbour Lights (1885, 513 performances at the Adelphi). Their Gaiety Theatre musical burlesques included Faust up to date (1888). Their next hit was Carmen up to Data (1890). Both of these were composed by the Gaiety's music director, Meyer Lutz.[2] Pettitt died in Fulham
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Playwright

Writer

Bland Holt - Producer, Actor-manager, Actor, Entrepreneur

Kate Bishop - Actor

Alfred Dampier - Actor

Augustus Glover - Actor

Mrs Bland Holt - Actor

Albert Norman - Actor

George Robert Sims - Playwright, Writer

Walter Howe - Actor

Maggie Knight - Actor

H R Roberts - Actor

W. H. Seagrave - Actor, Tour Manager, Administrator

George Gordon - Scenic Artist

Sydney Grundy - Playwright, Writer

Augustus Harris - Writer, Playwright

J Heffernan - Actor

A R Lawrence - Actor

Harry Norman - Actor, Assistant Stage Manager

H Overton - Actor

Nita Steele - Actor

Edwin Thorne - Actor

May Vivian - Actor

Herbert Flemming - Actor

B N Jones - Actor

Katherine Russell - Actor

Katie Arnold - Actor

H. Batten - Actor

A. Brandon-Cremer - Actor

Lily Dampier - Actor

Rose Dampier - Actor, Singer

Mr Glover - Actor

Austin Hardy - Actor

Ida Herberts - Actor

Raymond Hope - Conductor

G R Ireland - Actor

William H. Leake - Actor

Blanche Lewis - Actor

Miss O'Brien - Actor

  • Union Jack, Theatre Royal, Adelaide, SA, 16 April 1890
  • Union Jack, Victoria Theatre (1876-1890), Newcastle, NSW, 15 July 1889

Gertie Palmer - Actor

James Peake - Scenic Artist

  • Union Jack, Theatre Royal, Adelaide, SA, 16 April 1890
  • Union Jack, Victoria Theatre (1876-1890), Newcastle, NSW, 15 July 1889

E Ryan - Actor

  • Union Jack, Theatre Royal, Adelaide, SA, 16 April 1890
  • Union Jack, Victoria Theatre (1876-1890), Newcastle, NSW, 15 July 1889

E H Ryan - Actor

H Sanders - Actor

Victor Scott - Actor

G R Simms - Playwright

Virginia Vivienne - Actor

  • Union Jack, Theatre Royal, Adelaide, SA, 16 April 1890
  • Union Jack, Victoria Theatre (1876-1890), Newcastle, NSW, 15 July 1889

H B Watson - Actor

H Wilson - Actor

W E Baker - Actor

Walter E. Baker - Actor

Arthur Binstead - Actor

  • Face To Face, King's Theatre, Fremantle, WA, 24 October 1904

Edith Blande - Actor

J. Bracy - Actor

C Brown - Actor

Charles Brown - Actor

  • Taken From Life, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 8 September 1883

John Brunton - Scenic Artist

John Campbell - Scenic Artist

James Carden - Actor

  • Taken From Life, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 8 September 1883

Mr Carden - Actor

Emma Chambers - Actor

  • Union Jack, Theatre Royal, Melbourne, VIC, 16 March 1889

Max Clinton - Actor

P. Cooke - Actor

  • Face To Face, King's Theatre, Fremantle, WA, 24 October 1904

Gertrude Dainton - Actor

Alice Deorwyn - Actor

  • The World, Theatre Royal, Melbourne, VIC, 1 October 1881

Lina Edwin - Actor

  • The World, Theatre Royal, Melbourne, VIC, 1 October 1881

William Elton - Actor-manager

F Esmelton - Actor

Wilmott Eyre - Actor

  • Union Jack, Theatre Royal, Melbourne, VIC, 16 March 1889

Mr Flemming - Actor

Miss Fletcher - Actor

Mr Glenny - Actor

Tracy Hamilton - Actor

George Helson - Actor

Charles Holloway - Actor

  • Union Jack, Theatre Royal, Melbourne, VIC, 16 March 1889

Edmund Holloway - Actor

Mr Holloway - Actor

  • The World, Theatre Royal, Melbourne, VIC, 1 October 1881

Mr Hortle - Actor

  • Face To Face, King's Theatre, Fremantle, WA, 24 October 1904

William Hoskins - Actor-manager

Harrie Ireland - Actor

Mr. Johnson - Actor

  • Face To Face, King's Theatre, Fremantle, WA, 24 October 1904

Marston Leigh - Actor

Harry Leston - Actor

  • Union Jack, Theatre Royal, Melbourne, VIC, 16 March 1889

John Little - Scenic Artist

  • In the Ranks, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 24 December 1887

Annie Mayor - Actor

  • Taken From Life, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 8 September 1883

Paul Merritt - Playwright

  • The World, Theatre Royal, Melbourne, VIC, 1 October 1881

Doris Milford - Actor

Vera Milford - Actor

Mr. O'Keefe - Actor

  • Face To Face, King's Theatre, Fremantle, WA, 24 October 1904

B. Packer - Actor

  • Face To Face, King's Theatre, Fremantle, WA, 24 October 1904

Walter Rice - Orchestral Leader

George Rignold - Actor

  • In the Ranks, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 24 December 1887

L. Robson - Actor

B. Rowe - Actor

  • Face To Face, King's Theatre, Fremantle, WA, 24 October 1904

Mr Russell - Actor

Alf Sherwin - Actor

M. Slater - Actor

  • Face To Face, King's Theatre, Fremantle, WA, 24 October 1904

Emmie South - Actor

  • Face To Face, King's Theatre, Fremantle, WA, 24 October 1904

George Spicer - Actor

H. St. George - Actor

L St. Lawrence - Actor

  • Taken From Life, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 8 September 1883

Blanche Stammers - Actor

Harry Stonewall - Actor

Annie Taylor - Actor

  • Taken From Life, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 8 September 1883

Alfred Tennyson - Poet

George S Titheradge - Actor

  • The World, Theatre Royal, Melbourne, VIC, 1 October 1881

M A Victor - Actor

J P West - Actor

L H Wicksteed - Actor

  • Face To Face, King's Theatre, Fremantle, WA, 24 October 1904

Fanny Wiseman - Actor

  • Face To Face, King's Theatre, Fremantle, WA, 24 October 1904

Alfred Dampier Company

Bland Holt

Brandon-Cremer Dramatic Company

J. and C. MacMahon

Ben and John Fuller Limited

Fullers Dramatic Players

Williamson, Garner and Musgrove

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