[Programmes and fliers relating to plays and dramatic performances in New Zealand. 1897].

Date
1897
Ref
Eph-B-DRAMA-1897
Description
Includes: Brough Comedy Company in "Dandy Dick", by Arthur W Pinero. Opera House Wellington (Royal footlights). 9 September 1897. Programme and cutting. Brough Comedy Company in "Fedora", by Victorien Sardou. Opera House Wellington (Royal footlights). 30-31 August 1897. Programme and cutting. Brough Comedy Company in "Nancy and Co", by Augustin Daly. Opera House Wellington (Royal footlights). 27-28 August 1897. Programme and cutting. Brough Comedy Company in "The notorious Mrs Ebbsmith", by Arthur W Pinero. Opera House Wellington (Royal footlights). 25-26 August 1897. Programme. (2 copies) Brough Comedy Company in "In honour bound", by Sydney Grundy; and "A pair of spectacles", by Sydney Grundy. Opera House Wellington (Royal footlights). 1-2 September 1897. Programme and cutting. Brough Comedy Company in "The passport!", by B C Stephenson and W Yardley. Opera House Wellington (Royal footlights). 23-24 August 1897. Programme and cutting. Brough Comedy Company in "The second Mrs Tanqueray", by Arthur W Pinero. Opera House Wellington (Royal footlights). 6 September 1897. Programme and cutting. Brough Comedy Company in "The solicitor", by J H Darnley. Opera House Wellington (Royal footlights). 3-4 September 1897. Programme and cutting. Brough Comedy Company in "A woman of no importance", by Oscar Wilde. Opera House Wellington (Royal footlights). 4 September 1897. Programme and cutting. Bland Holt will this evening present another of his most recent purchases ... "In sight of St Paul's", written by Sutton Vane, Esq. Opera House Wellington, 30 November 1897. Programme. (2 copies, the second from PR-03-0058) Paulton Stanley comedy season. (Harry Paulton and Miss Alma Stanley). "My friend from India", by H A Du Souchet and W Lestocq. Opera House Wellington. 3 November 1897. Programme. (2 copies) Paulton Stanley comedy season. "Niobe", by Mr Harry Paulton. Opera House Wellington. 3 November 1897. Programme. Paulton Stanley comedy season. "A night out", by Georges Faydeau and Maurice Desvellieres. Opera House Wellington. 9 November 1897. Programme. Willamson and Musgrove. Mrs Potter [and] Mr Bellew supported by Williamson and Musgrove's Royal Dramatic Company. "She stoops to conquer", "The school for scandal", "Camille". Opera House Wellington . February [1897] Programme. (PR-03-0240) Potter-Bellew season under the direction of Messrs Williamson & Musgrove. Dramatic season. 12 nights only. Opera House Wellington commencing Monday Jan 25 [1897]. Promotional booklet with portraits of Miss Cora Brown-Potter and Mr Kyrle Bellew. Also lists their supporting cast, and the names of the nine plays they will perform. Mrs Potter and Mr Bellew with Williamson and Musgrove's Royal Dramatic Company in "La Tosca", by Sardou. Opera House Wellington. 1897. Programme. Mrs Brown Potter and Mr Kyrle Bellew with Williamson and Musgrove's Royal Dramatic Company in "As you like it", by Williamson Shakespeare. Opera House Auckland. 1897. Programme. Mrs Potter and Mr Bellew with Williamson and Musgrove's Royal Dramatic Company in "Romeo and Juliet" by William Shakespeare. Opera House Wellington. 1897. Programme (pages all loose). Mrs Potter and Mr Bellew with Williamson and Musgrove's Royal Dramatic Company in "Camille", by Alexandre Dumas, jnr. Opera House Wellington. 6 February 1897. Programme. Mrs Potter and Mr Bellew with Williamson and Musgrove's Royal Dramatic Company in "The school for scandal", by Sheridan. Opera House Wellington. 5 February 1897. Programme. Mrs Potter and Mr Bellew with Williamson and Musgrove's Royal Dramatic Company in "Turn him out"; and, "Forget me Not", by Herman Merivale and F C Grove. Opera House Wellington. 3 February 1897. Programme. George Rignold and Company (with Miss Emilie Hughes and Miss Roland Watts Phillips) in "Henry V", by William Shakespeare;"Called back" (6-7 May); "Confusion" (8 May); and, "Lights o' London". Opera House Wellington. From 17 April 1897 ("The Bulletin"). Programme. George Rignold and Company (with Miss Emilie Hughes and Miss Roland Watts Phillips) in "Tommy Atkins", by Arthur Shirley and Ben Landeck; and, "Lights o' London". (Cover photo of Mr George Rignold as Henry V; and inside photograph of Miss Emilie Hughes). Opera House Wellington, from 17 April 1897. ("The Bulletin"). Programme. George Rignold and Company (with Miss Emilie Hughes and Miss Roland Watts Phillips), in "Lights o' London"; and, "Henry V". (Cover photograph of Mr George Rignold as Henry V, and inside photograph of Miss Emilie Hughes). Opera House Wellington, from 17 April 1897. Programme (2 copies) Stratford Shakespearian Society. First anniversary recital. Thursday May 27, 1897. (With Miss Clayton, J W Warren, J W Holdcroft, T Kennedy, D Polson, [M?] Brooking, R McLennan, Mr F Weir, W Murray, Miss McCracken). Programme [printed by] Egmont Post. Quantity: 25 programmes / fliers. Physical Description: Letterpress items, varying sizes up to quarto. Provenance: One programme donated in 2003 by Paul Orsman. Another donated as part of New Theatre papers (PR-03-0240)
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25 programmes / fliers, Ephemera, Letterpress works, Theatre programmes, Letterpress items, varying sizes up to quarto.
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Opera House, [Wellington] :Mr Bland Holt ... Mrs Bland Holt ... Programme [30 November 1897].
Date: 1897 From: [Programmes and fliers relating to plays and dramatic performances in New Zealand. 1897]. Description: Shows inset portraits of Bland Holt and his wife, and insets of a horse racing scene and a battle scene with ornate theatre curtain. Quantity: 1 colour art...
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