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- Tags: play
‘Allan Wilkie: Henry VIII on Stage’, The Sunday Times, 27 April 1930
Tags: Allan Wilkie, Allan Wilkie Company, Anne Boleyn (c.1501-1536), Cardinal Thomas Wolsey (c.1473-1530), Catherine of Aragon (1484-1536), Duke of Buckingham, Edward Stafford (1478-1521), Henry VIII (1481-1547), His Majesty's Theatre, Miss Hunter-Watts, Miss Mildred Howard, Mr Alexander Marsh, Mr John Cairns, Mr William Lockhart, Old England, papal envoy, performance, Perth, play, stage, Tudor times, WA, Western Australia
The Feigned Death of Juliet
Tags: bedchamber, Capulet, characters, Count Paris, domestic interior, Frederic Leighton (1830-1896), Friar Laurence, Juliet, Lady Capulet, medieval dress, music, musical instruments, musicians, nurse, play, Romeo and Juliet, SA, Shakespearean characters, South Australia, tragedy, William Shakespeare (1564-1616)
Vacuum Entertainment: Enjoyable Evening at the Y.A.L.
Tags: â€œSaint Joanâ€, Albert Chevalier, Atholl Fleming (1984-1972), battle, Bishop of Beauvais, Bluebeard, British stage, Bruce Winston, canonisation, Captain La Hire, cast, characters, Charles de Ponthieu (1403-1461), Charles VII, Christopher Casson (1912-1996), Dauphin, Donald Eccles (1908-1986), drama, Dunois, Earl of Warwick, George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950), Hilda Davies, His Majestyâ€™s Theatre, Hundred Yearsâ€™ War (1336-1453), Inquisitor, Jeanne dâ€™Arc, Joan of Arc (1412-1431), Ladvenu, Leonard Bennett, Lewis Casson (1875-1969), maid of OrlÃ©ans, medieval France, Michael Martin-Harvey (1897-1975), New Theatre, page, Perth, play, Poulengey, Rheims Cathedral, Robert de Baudricourt, Rouen, saint, Saint Joan, saints, St Joan, St. Joan, stage, Sybil Thorndike (1882-1976), T. Tracy, theatre, theatrical production, trial, warrior, Zillah Carter (1864-1941)
Theatre review: Emlyn Williams â€˜The Wind of Heavenâ€™
Tags: â€˜The Passing of the Third Floor Backâ€™ play, Adam, Adam and Eve, angel, Barry Jackson, Bernard Shaw â€˜Saint Joanâ€™, children, children as portents of the divine, divine, divinity, drama, Eve, fifteenth century, Gabriel, Genesian players, good versus evil, hagiography, Henri Gheon, Jerome K. Jerome, jester, manuscript, Marc Connelly, medieval saints, Minerva Theatre, pilgrim, pilgrims, play, saint, saints, saints in drama, Sydney, The Green Pastures, The Marvellous History of Saint Bernard, theatre, Wind of Heaven
Interview with Bernard Shaw, playwright. Miracle plays of medieval church as influences.
Murder Scene, 'Murder in the Cathedral', Bonython Hall, Adelaide.
Tags: â€˜Murder in the Cathedralâ€™, actor, actors, Adelaide, archbishop, Archbishop of Canterbury, Australian Elizabethan Trust, Bonython Hall, Canterbury Cathedral, Cathedral, Hugh de Morville, knight, medieval crime, murder, play, Reginald Fitzurse, Richard le Bret, Robert Speaight, South Australia, T. S. Eliot, Thomas aâ€™Becket, Thomas Becket, verse drama, William de Tracy