Event Shibai: An Evening of Short Plays : Everyman / Four Kiogens and a No / Les Precieuse Ridicules
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Venue Union Hall, Adelaide, SA
First Date 18 May 1960
Last Date 21 May 1960
Dates Estimated No
Status Amateur
World Premiere No
Description "Everyman" was first performed in England a little under five hundred years ago. "Here beginneth a treatise how the High Father of Heaven sendeth death to summon every creature to come and give account of their lives in this world, and is in manner of a moral play.
"Four Kiogens and a No". The texts have been adapted from A.L. Sadler's Japanese Plays (Sydney 1934), and we are proud to announce that Professor Sadler, now retired in England, has written to give his blessing to this production.
"Les Precieuse Ridicules" (The Affected Ladies) is not the greatest nor wittiest of Moliere's plays.
Description Source Programme
Primary Genre Theatre - Spoken Word
Organisations
Contributors
Name Function Notes
Kenneth Badenoch Actor
Lee Barnard Actor
Timothy Beal Actor
Timothy Beal Actor
Michael Best Actor
Laima Biezaitis Actor
Jenny Binks Actor
Julie Brooks Actor
Eglis Burtmanis Actor
Bobbie Butler Actor
Janyce Crosby Actor
Suzanne Fleming Actor
Dieter Gerken Actor
Joan Heuzenroeder Actor
John Hirst Actor
Betsy Holt Actor
Helen Kay Actor
Alex Kirk Actor
Jan Langsford Actor
David Matison Actor
Lyn Murray Actor
Jill Rainsford Actor
Des Roman Actor
Fay Sidey Actor
Margaret Tidemann Actor
Henry Tuckwell Actor
Wieland von Behrens Actor
Valerie Walsh Actor
Elizabeth Webb Actor
Jeremy Wesley-Smith Actor
Hiroko Hall Assistant Producer
Arthur Sadler Author
Julian Mincham Composer
Betsy Holt Costume Designer
Jean-Baptiste Moliere Playwright
Frank Bailey Producer
Brian Elliott Producer
Ralph Elliott Producer
Tim Mares Producer
Maureen Ferris Set Designer
James Stapleton Set Designer
Resources
Works
Text Nationality France
Production Nationality Australia
Data Source
Source Description
Programme University of Adelaide Library Special Collections, SA
Event Identifier 73450