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This oil on canvas painting by nineteenth-century artist Frederic Leighton was acquired by the Art Gallery of South Australia with funds from the Elder Bequest in 1899. Titled ‘The Feigned Death of Juliet’ it depicts a scene from William…

This newspaper article from the Sunday Times reports on a function hosted by the Vacuum Oil Company at the Y.A.L. Hall on 1 June 1932. In addition to an address Major Norman Brearley, the managing director of W.A. Airways, the programme for the…

Edith M. Fry interviews Bernard Shaw about his dramatic philosophy. Shaw claims that tragedy and comedy are intertwined. He delivers a short history of the theatre from Greek to modern times. He models his lack of scenery changes on stage from the…

British actor, Robert Speaight (as Thomas a'Becket) in the murder scene from 'Murder in the Cathedral', performed in Bonython Hall, Adelaide, with 4 knights (L to R: Ron Haddrick, Ken Broadbent, Eric Reiman and Ron Graham, members of the Australian…

A Photograph of Act 1, Scene 4 from a 1974 stage performance of "Rumpelstiltskin" at the Alexander Theatre, Monash University, featuring Beverley Gardiner as Gretchen and Penelope Richards and Paul Kennedy as the two knights.

“Rumpelstiltskin”…