Event The Merry Widow
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Venue Lyric Theatre, South Brisbane, QLD
First Date 16 July 1998
Last Date 15 August 1998
Dates Estimated No
Status Professional
World Premiere No
Part of a Tour Yes
Description Set in Paris in 1905 - a tale of love, money and class played out amid the glitter and opulence of the 'belle epoque'.
Description Source Programme
Primary Genre Music Theatre
Secondary Genre Test Operetta
Organisations
Contributors
Name Function Notes
Lachlan Baker Actor Ensemble
Jason Barry-Smith Actor Ensemble
Leisa Barry-Smith Actor Sylviane
Adam Bartlet Actor Ensemble
Jeffrey Black Actor Count Danilo Danilovitch
Eve Christie Actor Ensemble
David Clendinning Actor Baron Mirko Zeta
David Coombs Actor Ensemble
Bill Cronk Actor Pritschitsch
Helen Donaldson Actor Anna Glavari
Susan Dunn Actor Valencienne
Kay Ebenezer Actor Ensemble
Ian Fisher Actor Ensemble
Drew Forsythe Actor Njegus
Bill French Actor Kromov
Andi Gallaher Actor Ensemble
Simon Gallaher Actor Camille de Rossillon
Marie Jackson Actor Ensemble
Gary Jones Actor Ensemble
David King Actor Ensemble
Kim Kirkman Actor Ensemble
Nathan Kneen Actor Ensemble
David Lowe Actor Raoul de St Brioche
Zan McKendree-Wright Actor Ensemble
Phillip Nash Actor Vicomte Cascada
Hazel Phillips Actor Praskovia
Alexandra Robertson Actor Ensemble
Henry Ruhl Actor Ensemble
Evalee Sharples Actor Ensemble
Jodie-Joy Smith Actor Ensemble
Tod Strike Actor Ensemble
Helen Wedde Actor Ensemble
Kirsty Whitlocke Actor Olga
Graeme Watson Choreographer
Franz Lehar Composer
Louise Deleur Dancer
Benjamin Dunks Dancer
Paul Hourigan Dancer
Sasha Rappel Dancer
Shona Rye Dancer
Darren Vizer Dancer
Leanne Youl Dancer
Zack Brown Designer
Craig Schaefer Director
Robert Ginn Executive Producer
Roberta Henry Executive Producer
Will Threadgould Executive Producer
Donn Byrnes Lighting Designer
Franz Lehar Playwright
David Gurney Sound Designer
Resources
Works
Text Nationality Austria
Production Nationality Australia
Data Source
Source Description
Brochure QPAM
Newspaper
Programme Mark Gogoll
Event Identifier 25620