Event Everyman : Illuminating the Moment of Death and the Shape of Life
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Venue The Gallery, Adelaide, SA
First Date 19 May 1976
Last Date 29 May 1976
Dates Estimated Yes
Status Amateur
World Premiere No
Description "Everyman depicts life in the world as a spiritual adventure; this abstract concept is made convincingly concrete through skillful use of human situations and vivid figures. By creating characters whose reasoning is psychologically sound and whose behaviour is recognizably realistic, the play manages to engage the interest and sympathy of the audience."
Description Source Programme
Primary Genre Other
Organisations
Contributors
Name Function Notes
Olwyn Barwick Actor
Geoff Brittain Actor
Peter Cowen Actor
Irene Deegan Actor
Rob Elliott Actor
Duncan Fairweather Actor
Karen Gore Actor
Kerrie Green Actor
Kate Hanna Actor
June Hannay Actor
Sue Hopton Actor
Jane Jacobs Actor
Ruth Janssan Actor
Lisa Jinga Actor
Martin Karaffa Actor
Fran Kelly Actor
Lena Kowanko Actor
John McConchie Actor
Stephen Measday Actor
Cathy Miller Actor
John Murphy Actor
Ann Nuske Actor
Neil Piggott Actor
Tom Sankey Actor
Tracy Selway Actor
Suzanne Szabo Actor
Angela Tolley Actor
Martha Verschoor Actor
John Webb Actor
Jim Vile Director
Robert Elliott Musician
Kerry Forward Musician
Malcolm Fox Musician
Dennis Freeman Musician
Des Freeman Musician
Liz Fudge Musician
Karen Gore Musician
June Hannay Musician
Elizabeth Harlock-Lea Musician
Christine Harris Musician
Shirley Hill Musician
Sue Hopton Musician
Alison Lewis Musician
Jennie Matthews Musician
Neil Piggott Musician
Sheryn Pitman Musician
Tim Roden Musician
Wendy Rother Musician
Ann Marie Southcott Musician
Jane Southcott Musician
Andrew Tanner Musician
Peter Barnes Stage Manager
Resources
Production Nationality Australia
Further Information The play was written near the end of the fifteenth century. It is probably a translation from a Flemish play, Elckerlijk (or Elckerlyc) first printed in 1495, although there is a possibility that Everyman is the original, the Flemish play the translation. There are four surviving versions of Everyman, two of them fragmentary.
Data Source
Source Description
Programme University of Adelaide Library Special Collections, SA
Event Identifier 73923