Contributor Athol Tier
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Gender Male
Functions Actor
Events

Comedian

Actor

Actor and Singer

Performer

  • Leave It To Jane, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 24 October 1925

Walter George - Producer

Gwen Parsons - Soprano, Singer

Reg Quartly - Comedian

Radford Stuart - Baritone

Dick Butler - Comedian

Freda Elroy - Contortionist

Field Fisher - Performer, Actor

Lois Green - Dancer, Actor

Pauline Knight - Soubrette, Soprano

Miriam Lester - Actor, Actor and Singer

Jack Leyton - Tenor

Marie Maxwell - Vocalist

Peggy Ross - Comedian, Actor and Singer

George Ade - Author, Writer

George Blunt - Actor

Leslie Board - Scenic Artist, Set Designer

Guy Bolton - Book and Lyrics, Writer

Jennie Brenan - Choreographer

Thelma Burness - Actor

Arthur Clarke - Actor and Singer, Actor

Lilian Crisp - Actor

Alfred Frith - Actor

J. Gardner - Xylophone

William A Hassan - Actor

Robert Helpmann - Dancer

Leyland Hodgson - Performer, Actor and Singer

Minnie Hooper - Choreographer

Jerome Kern - Composer

Nellie Kolle - Gender Cross-dresser

Percy Le Fre - Performer, Actor and Singer

Mike McCormick - Dancer

Neil McKay - Actor

Don Nicol - Actor

Francis Ogilvie - Dancer

W. Osborne - Orchestral Leader

Cecil Scott - Actor and Singer

Victor Tatnall - Producer

Charles A. Wenman - Producer

P.G. Wodehouse - Writer, Book and Lyrics

Francois - Performer

J. C. Bancks - Writer

Mona Barlee - Actor and Singer

Morry Barling - Comedian

Nellie Barnes - Actor and Singer

Victor Baxter - Tenor

Frederick Blackman - Producer

Bluett - Comedian

Fred Bluett - Actor and Singer

Fred Bonnor - Actor

Marjorie Bray - Choreographer

George Brooke - Tenor

Gretel Bullmore - Costume Designer

Eric Bush - Actor

Edward Cahill - Pianist

Jack Cannot - Actor and Singer

Chris Charlton - Illusionist

Cyril Connolly - Musical Director

Nada Conrad - Actor and Singer

Coram - Ventriloquist

Connie Courtney - Actor and Singer

Colin Crane - Actor and Singer

Leslie Crane - Actor

Alan Dale - Actor

Harry Dearth - Actor

George Dixon - Scenic Artist

Evelyn Dolby - Actor and Singer

Cass Downing - Musical Director

Agnes Doyle - Actor

Bede Dudley - Book and Lyrics

Frank Dunn - Actor

Madge Elliott - Actor

Maude Fane - Performer

  • Leave It To Jane, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 24 October 1925

Pierre Fornari - Costume Designer

Leo Franklyn - Actor

Gracie Fraser - Actor and Singer

Will Fyffe - Comedian

Dave Graham - Actor, Assistant Stage Manager

J. Grant - Stage Manager

Frank Grey - Composer

Mrs Grundy - Costume Maker

Jessica Harcourt - Actor and Singer

Roy Hart - Actor

Milton Hayes - Jester

Margery Hicklin - Actor and Singer

Kathleen Howard - Actor and Singer

Ada Hurley - Costume Designer

Gabriel Joffe - Musician

Robert Keers - Musical Director

Maimie Kendle - Dancer

  • Step Lively, Tivoli Theatre, Broken Hill, NSW, 5 August 1933

Marie La Varre - Actor

Betty Lambert - Dancer

Norman H Lane - Assistant Stage Manager

Joe Lawman - Comedian

Frank Lawrence - Actor

Frank Leighton - Actor

Dorothy Lena - Actor and Singer

Charles Lewis - Actor

Harry Linden - Actor and Singer

W. Little - Scenic Artist

Minnie Love - Actor and Singer

Andrew MacCunn - Musical Director

Tessie Magner - Actor and Singer

Durham Marcel - Producer

Nita McEvoy - Actor and Singer

Hugh D. McIntosh - Presenter

Fred McKay - Actor and Singer

Gaston Mervale - Actor and Singer

Geoff Middleton - Actor and Singer

Frank Moon - Actor and Singer

George Moon - Actor

McElbert Moore - Book and Lyrics

Ruby Morriss - Choreographer

Frank Neil - Producer

Madam Niobe - Performer

Ena Nobbs - Actor and Singer

Reiter Nugent - Actor and Singer

Norah O'Malley - Actor and Singer

James Palmer - Actor

Ivy Parker - Actor and Singer

Sadie Poddeson - Actor

Mona Potts - Actor

Pressy Preston - Actor

Will Quintrell - Conductor

Roy Rene - Comedian

Harry Rickards - Presenter

Cyril Ritchard - Actor

Joe Sheftell - Producer

Dick Shortland - Stage Manager

Hugh Steyne - Actor and Singer

Roy Steyne - Stage Manager

Lily Strange - Costume Designer

John Stuart - Actor and Singer

Jessie Tait - Costume Designer

Winnie Tait - Actor and Singer

Harry Thomas - Actor

Neville Towne - Actor and Singer

Marie Walker - Actor and Singer

Byrl Walkley - Actor and Singer

Les Warton - Actor and Singer

Dan Weldon - Actor and Singer

Myrtle White - Wardrobe Master / Mistress

Harry Williams - Actor and Singer

James Cassius Williamson - Entrepreneur

Harry Wotton - Actor and Singer

Reginald Wykeham - Actor

Mona Zeppel - Actor

Charles Zoli - Actor

Charles Zwar - Lyricist, Musician, Composer

J. C. Williamson Limited (1910-1938)

Sunshine Players

Harry Rickards' Tivoli Theatres Ltd

The Flying Delmars

The Four Diabolos

Tivoli Orchestra

Bluett and Mo

Iris and Phyllis

J. C. Williamson's New English Musical Comedy Company

  • Leave It To Jane, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 24 October 1925

Lewola Brothers

The Diablos

The Lashmans

Theatre Royal, Adelaide

Wykeham & Co

Identifier 241174