Event Henry IV, Part 1
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Venue Keith Murdoch Court, Melbourne, VIC
Umbrella Event Moomba Festival
First Date 28 February 1969
Opening Date 28 February 1969
Last Date 10 March 1969
Dates Estimated No
Status Professional
World Premiere No
Description Performed in a pop-up Globe Theatre erected in Keith Murdoch Court at the National Gallery of Victoria.
The play depicts a span of history that begins with Hotspur's battle at Homildon against the Douglas late in 1402 and ends with the defeat of the rebels at Shrewsbury in the middle of 1403.
Description Source Other
Primary Genre Theatre - Spoken Word
Secondary Genre Drama
Subjects Royal families
War
Organisations
Contributors
Name Function Notes
Helmut Bakaitis Actor
Leila Blake Actor
Graeme Blundell Actor
Burt Cooper Actor
Keith Davies Actor
William de Goode Actor
Richard Doggett Actor
Shaun Gurton Actor
Alan Hopgood Actor
Brian James Actor
Kevin Miles Actor
Maggie Millar Actor
James Moss Actor
Dennis Olsen Actor
Greig Pairman Actor
John Paton Actor
Anne Pendlebury Actor
Robin Ramsay Actor
Hugh Rule Actor
Sean Scully Actor
David Spurling Actor
Frank Thring Actor
Martin Vaughan Actor
Gary Wastell Actor
Raymond Westwell Actor
George Whaley Actor
Richard Hayes-Marshall Assistant Stage Manager
Greig Pairman Assistant Stage Manager
Kristian Fredrikson Costume Designer
John Sumner Director
Geoffrey Milne Electrician
George Whaley Fight Director
William Shakespeare Playwright
Arthur Hynes Production Manager
Richard Prins Set Designer
Robert Powell Stage Manager
Hugh Rule Stage Manager
Resources
Works
Text Nationality England
Production Nationality Australia
Further Information Sourced from programme for All's Well That Ends Well, Princess Theatre, 1970 (see photo). Note on p.15 of programme for The Country Wife, Russell Street Theatre, 1969, states play was performed in Murdoch Court. Also toured to Perth Festival in February.
Data Source
Source Description
Programme Advertisement Dennis Wolanski Library collection at UNSW Library
Cast List MTC records
Event Identifier 24329