Event The Marriage of Figaro
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Venue Union Hall, Adelaide, SA
First Date 4 October 1960
Opening Date 4 October 1960
Last Date 8 October 1960
Dates Estimated No
Status Professional Training Schools/Colleges
World Premiere No
Primary Genre Music Theatre
Secondary Genre Comedy
Opera
Organisations
Contributors
Name Function Notes
Jennifer Bermingham Actor
Robert Dawe Actor
Thomas Edmonds Actor
Warren Edwards Actor
Ruth Gurner Actor
Ralph Hatcher Actor
Janice Hearne Actor
Warren Hodge Actor
Norma Hunter Actor
Carol Kohler Actor
Diana Limb Actor
Margaret Macpherson Actor
Wendy McMurtrie Actor
Christine Moore Actor
Leith Pederick Actor
Malcolm Potter Actor
Trevor Rodger Actor
Colin Shadgett Actor
Fred Tarrant Actor
Geoff Taylor Actor
Christine Woore Actor
Harold Fairhurst Band Master
Prudence Coffey Choreographer Dancer
Helen Andrew Chorus
Anthony Bott Chorus
Desmond Clark Chorus
William Cody Chorus
Susan Fidock Chorus
Geraldine Hodge Chorus
Kandaiah Kamalesvaran Chorus
Geoff Radford Chorus
Anne Shadgett Chorus
John Trebilcock Chorus
Zane Treloar Chorus
Albertus Weber Chorus
Cathy Weber Chorus
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Composer
John Bishop Conductor
Lloyd Davies Conductor
Monica Boyle Dancer
Harvey Collins Dancer
Alison Holder Harpsichordist Repetiteur
Reg Bennett Lighting Designer
David Murray Lighting Designer
Stephen Wilson Lighting Designer
Arnold Matters Producer
Beverley Potter Properties Master / Mistress Chorus
Geoffrey Radford Properties Master / Mistress
John Chapman Repetiteur
Geoffrey Madge Repetiteur
Alex Sadlo Scenic Artist
F R Bay Set and/or Property Maker
Stan Ostoja-Kotkowski Set Designer
Gordon Beatty Stage Manager
Barbara Howard Wardrobe Master / Mistress
Resources
Works
Production Nationality Australia
Further Information The Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust provided the costumes for the performance.
Data Source
Source Description
Book Through the Opera Glass
Programme University of Adelaide BSL Special Collections, Theatre Collection
Programme Flinders University Library Special Collections Theatre Programmes 1960-61(2)
Event Identifier 73602