Princess Theatre Dunedin. Commencing Monday 13th February 1888 and following nights, Grand production of Planquette's masterpiece, "Les cloches de Corneville; or, The chimes of Normandy" by the Pinafore Opera Company. Fergusson & Mitchell lith [1888]

Princess Theatre Dunedin. Commencing Monday 13th February 1888 and following nights, Grand production of Planquette's masterpiece, "Les cloches de Corneville; or, The chimes of Normandy" by the Pinafore Opera Company. Fergusson & Mitchell lith [1888]
Date
1888
By
Fergusson and Mitchell (Firm)
Ref
Eph-B-OPERA-1888-01
Description

Programme illustrated on cover and inside with illustrations of the characters in the play, taken from photographs of the actors by Morris.

Cast included Mr H B Smith, Mr W Densem, Mr W F Young, Mr F F McCarthy, Mr Max Newbury, Mr Blenkinsopp, Mrs Murphy, Mrs Wm Angus, Miss K Murphy, Miss Wicks, Miss Crowe, Miss Hooper. Scenery was painted by Mr J S Willis and assistants.

The pages are bordered with advertisements for Dunedin businesses: George R West (Professor of Music, Mr Morris (art photographer), Vienna Model Bakery, The Granite House (previously Ready-Money Richards), James Horburgh (boookseller and stationer), R Clifford & Son (art photographers, Miss Jennie Wesr (pianoforte teacher), George Street Drapery Warehouse, F Laurenson (men's clothing), McGregor B Wright (carver, gilder, picture framer), Jacobs' Gift Depot, Dresden Piano Company, Simon Brothers (roof manufacturers), Messrs Myers (dentists), J Kirby (tailor), Carter's Clothing Shop, Professor McQueen (ladies' hair cutting), Bonanza Tailoring, Scott & Wilson (Venetian blinds), Taylor's (gentlemen's clothing), J S Goodman (watchmaker and jeweller), Criterion Hotel, Coffee Lunch Palace, Universal Hotel, Smith & Smith (painters, paperhangers, glaziers), Mrs Silk's Railway Temperance Hotel, Jack Infield's Robert Burns Hotel, Shamrock Hotel (J Gebbie proprietor).

Quantity: 1 Programme(s).

Physical Description: Programme 290 x 217 mm.

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Part of
[Theatre programmes for opera performances in New Zealand. 1880s].
Format
1 Programme(s), Ephemera, Lithographs, Theatre programmes, Advertisements, Programme 290 x 217 mm., Orientation: Vertical image
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Fergusson and Mitchell (Firm). Princess Theatre Dunedin. Commencing Monday 13th February 1888 and following nights, Grand production of Planquette's masterpiece, "Les cloches de Corneville; or, The chimes of Normandy" by the Pinafore Opera Company. Fergusson & Mitchell lith [1888]. [Theatre programmes for opera performances in New Zealand. 1880s].. Ref: Eph-B-OPERA-1888-01. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand. /records/22655700

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