Event Rose Marie
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Venue Arts Theatre, Adelaide, SA
First Date 20 April 1983
Last Date 30 April 1983
Dates Estimated No
Status Amateur
World Premiere No
Description This nostalgic, romantic adventure, set in the Canadian Rockies in the early 1900's, concerns a lovely young French-Canadian girl, Rosemarie La Flamme, a singer in Lady Jane's Hotel situated in the heart of the fur trapping forests. She is in love with Jim Kenyon, a tough miner. Edward Hawley, a wealthy fur trader whose love for Rosemarie is in no way reciprocated, throws suspicion on Jim for the murder of Blackeagle who is the husband of Wanda, the Indian girl with whom Hawley is having an affair.
Primary Genre Music Theatre
Secondary Genre Test Musical
Organisations
Contributors
Name Function Notes
Jeff Carter Actor Jim Kenyon
Adrienne Carvell Actor
Elizabeth Fletcher Actor Rose Marie
Peter Goerecke Actor Hard Boiled Herman
Dennis Gutteridge Actor
Rodney Kirk Actor
Joe Mezzino Actor Edward Hawley
Phyllis Schulz Actor Lady jane
Avis Smith Actor Wanda
Harry Yates Actor
Trevor Davis Choreographer
Geoff Ford Choreographer
John Birks Chorus
Judy Both Chorus
June Carman Chorus
Janet Cheshire Chorus
Charles Cornwall Chorus
Mary Cornwall Chorus
John Fournier Chorus
Graham Gurry Chorus
Irene Halley Chorus
Kay King Chorus
Ron Kirk Chorus
Barry Lenny Chorus
Robert Mac Krell Chorus
Ronald Nitschke Chorus
Michele Organ Chorus
Ian Pilmore Chorus
John Rees Chorus
Beverly Scarce Chorus
David Searle Chorus
Heather Winter Chorus
Ken Withers Chorus
Rudolf Friml Composer
Herbert Stothart Composer
Frank Bryan Costume Designer
Carmel Turner Costume Designer
Sue Bell Dancer
Debra Ciantar Dancer
Mary Davidson Dancer
Rebecca Mason Dancer
Jenny Newton Dancer
Mandie Parker Dancer
Barbara Warburton Dancer
Debbie Wild Dancer
Leonie Osborn Director
Oscar Hammerstein Lyricist
Otto Harbach Lyricist
Glen Schulz Musical Director
Joe Mezzino Set Designer
Works
Text Nationality United States of America
Production Nationality Australia
Data Source
Source Description
Programme Ian Rigney
Event Identifier 80435