Event Tea & Sympathy
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Venue Arts Theatre, Adelaide, SA
First Date 27 April 1968
Opening Date 27 April 1968
Last Date 4 May 1968
Dates Estimated No
Status Amateur
World Premiere No
Description "playwright Robert Anderson makes a very strong plea for understanding and attacks lies, lack of charity, and the harsh judgement of others. ('Manliness is not all swagger and swearing, and mountain-climbing. Manliness is also tenderness, gentleness, and consideration'.) He uses suspected homosexuality as a means to establish these points - not as a theme. The theme is love - pure, simple, and young." The Producer.
Description Source Programme
Primary Genre Theatre - Spoken Word
Secondary Genre Drama
Subjects Masculinity
Organisations
Contributors
Name Function Notes
Bill Connolly Actor
Barbara Crompton Actor
Malcolm Elliott Actor
Eryl Evans Actor
Paul Linkson Actor
Bill Mathews Actor
Judy Menz Actor
Peter Stokes Actor
David Summers Actor
Douglas Surrich Actor
Harold Minear Director
Robert Muir Lighting Designer
Geoff Smith Lighting Designer
Les Buckley Lighting Operator
Robert Anderson Playwright
Harold Minear Producer
Penelope Docker Properties Master
Charles Sherry Set and/or Property Maker
Patrick Sharp Set Designer
Laura Harrison Sound Designer
Robert Muir Stage Manager
Sybil Woollard Unknown
Resources
Text Nationality United States of America
Production Nationality Australia
Data Source
Source Description
Programme University of Adelaide Special Collections
Event Identifier 69287