Contributor Alfred Dampier
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Gender Male
Nationality English
Date of Birth 28 February 1843
Date of Death 23 May 1908
Functions Actor, Actor-manager, Artistic Director, Director, Playwright
Notes Came to Australia in 1873. Died in Sydney.
NLA http://nla.gov.au/nla.party-574525
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Actor

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Adaptor

Director

Entrepreneur

Producer

Scriptwriter

Stage Director

Lily Dampier - Actor

Katherine Russell - Actor, Playwright, Costume Co-ordinator, Director

Rose Dampier - Actor, Actor and Singer, Singer

Garnet Walch - Playwright, Adaptor, Scriptwriter

Edmund Holloway - Actor

Alfred Rolfe - Actor, Director, Stage Manager

F C Appleton - Actor

Julia Merton - Actor

Henry Pettitt - Playwright, Writer

Robert Vernon - Actor

Alfred Boothman - Actor

J Caesar - Actor

Alexandre Dumas pere - Author, Playwright

Edmond Holloway - Actor

J H Martin - Actor

Reg Rede - Actor

Mr Tasman - Actor

Mr Atholwood - Actor

Rolf Boldrewood - Author

George Buller - Actor, Business Manager

Alphonse Harford - Actor

F.R.C. Hopkins - Playwright, Adaptor

B N Jones - Actor

Percy Kehoe - Musical Arranger, Playwright

Thomas Somers - Playwright

Walter E. Baker - Actor

Carrie Bilton - Actor

George Dean - Actor, Actor and Singer

Edmund Duggan - Actor

F Esmelton - Actor

Mr Jamieson - Actor

Howard Smith - Actor

Alfred Tischbauer - Designer

Johnson Weir - Actor

A. Brandon-Cremer - Actor

John Bruce - Actor

W G Carey - Actor

  • LSD, Gaiety Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 20 March 1882
  • Only a Fool, Theatre Royal, Melbourne, VIC, 12 February 1880

W. F. Carver - Actor

  • The Trapper, Alexandra Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 20 June 1891
  • The Scout, Alexandra Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 9 May 1891

John Forde - Actor

Mr Garrett - Actor

John Hennings - Scenic Artist, Entrepreneur

Ernest Higgins - Cinematographer

Mrs Walter HIll - Actor

Bland Holt - Entrepreneur, Actor-manager

Mr Hunter - Actor

Mr Jameson - Actor

Emily Lambton - Actor

Harry Leston - Actor

Raymond Longford - Actor

Mr Murray - Actor

William Renno - Mechanist

William Shakespeare - Playwright

  • Hamlet, Theatre Royal, Coolgardie, WA, 13 May 1897
  • Macbeth, Royal Victoria Theatre (1838-1880), Sydney, NSW, 17 February 1877

H Stoneham - Actor

Eugène Sue - Writer

Mr West - Actor

Mr Williams - Actor

J H Wrangham - Playwright

Amie Adere - Actor

  • LSD, Gaiety Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 20 March 1882

Mr Alexander - Actor

Mr Archer - Actor

Katie Arnold - Actor

W E Baker - Actor

Mr Barbur - Actor

Mr Bartlett - Actor

Roxy Barton - Actor

J. Bassell - Lighting Designer

L M Bayless - Lessee

  • LSD, Gaiety Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 20 March 1882

Mr Bell - Actor

Fred Benham - Actor

Mr Benham - Actor

Professor F H Benham - Properties Master

J Billings - Actor

A W Boothman - Actor

  • LSD, Gaiety Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 20 March 1882

C Brown - Actor

Charles Brown - Actor

  • Taken From Life, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 8 September 1883

Marie Bruce - Actor

Edward Bulwer-Lytton - Author

  • Eugene Aram, Theatre Royal, Melbourne, VIC, 29 July 1874

H. Burgess - Actor

Johnny Burgess - Actor

C G Calvert - Actor

George Campbell - Scenario

Miss Canton - Actor

James Carden - Actor

  • Taken From Life, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 8 September 1883

Mr Carden - Actor

Mr Carey - Actor

  • LSD, Gaiety Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 20 March 1882

Leon Caron - Music Adaptor

Mr Charles - Actor

Cyril Clare - Playwright

Mr Clark - Actor

Blanche Clements - Actor

Mr Cohen - Actor

Miss Margery Collins - Actor

  • East Lynne, Theatre Royal, Coolgardie, WA, 14 May 1897

Lewis Conrad - Actor

Frederick Coppin - Music Adaptor

Mr George Coppin - Entrepreneur

W. J. Coulter - Actor

J. J. Curtiss - Actor

Mr Dalwood - Actor

Ernest De Lorne - Actor

  • LSD, Gaiety Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 20 March 1882

G Dean - Actor

Rosalie Duvalli - Choreographer

Harold Dyson - Actor

Mr John Edwards - Actor

Mr W Edwards - Actor

Austin Elvins - Actor

Sydney Everett - Actor

Herbert Flemming - Actor

  • Taken From Life, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 8 September 1883

Mr Flemming - Actor

Miss Fletcher - Actor

F Forde - Actor

Herbert Forrest - Actor

Mr Franks - Actor

Little Fred - Actor

Mr Garnett - Actor

Mr George - Actor

Mary Gladstane - Director

  • LSD, Gaiety Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 20 March 1882

J. R. Goodall - Actor

Mr Granger - Actor

J. R. Greville - Stage Director, Entrepreneur

Dora Grey - Actor

Thomas Grigg - Conductor

Harry Grist - Scenic Artist

C Hardy - Actor

Augustus Harris - Writer

Frank Harvey - Playwright

Robert Henry - Actor

William Holman - Actor

E. Humphries - Actor

Mr Hunt - Actor

Mr Irvine - Actor

Mr Jack - Actor

Mr Jackson - Actor

Mr Julius - Actor

W Kinchela - Scenic Artist

William Kinchella - Scenic Artist

Euston Leigh - Playwright

Marston Leigh - Actor

Lance Lenton - Adaptor

William Joseph Lincoln - Scriptwriter

John Little - Scenic Artist

Merry Lynch - Actor

Nellie Lyons - Actor

Kenneth Mackay - Playwright

  • To the West, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 8 February 1896

M J Manning - Actor

Mrs Harry Marshall - Actor

  • To the West, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 8 February 1896

Nellie Martine - Actor

Gustav Massartic - Choreographer

Annie Mayor - Actor

  • Taken From Life, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 8 September 1883

George McFarlaine - Actor

Charles Meade - Actor

Marion Melrose - Actor

  • LSD, Gaiety Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 20 March 1882

Mary Ann Melville - Actor

  • LSD, Gaiety Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 20 March 1882

Emilia Pasta Moore - Choreographer

Augustus Neville - Actor

Miss Norris - Actor

Mr Oakey - Actor

John Oxenford - Adaptor

  • East Lynne, Theatre Royal, Coolgardie, WA, 14 May 1897

Mr Peel - Actor

Miss Pendennis - Actor

Herbert Percy - Musical Arranger

John Perry - Playwright

Charles Reade - Playwright

John Renno - Mechanist

C. Reynolds - Actor

R Rosier - Actor

Mr Ross - Actor

Kate Russell - Actor

Mr Scott - Actor

Mr Seagrave - Actor

Harry Sefton - Actor

  • LSD, Gaiety Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 20 March 1882

J. R. Setright - Scenic Artist

Mr Sinclair - Actor

F. W. Spellen - Properties Master

L St. Lawrence - Actor

  • Taken From Life, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 8 September 1883

Blanche Stammers - Actor

C. R. Stanford - Actor

J Stark - Actor

Mr Stephenson - Actor

Maggie Stewart - Actor

Nellie Stewart - Actor

Harry Stoneham - Actor

John Strachan - Scriptwriter

Miss Stretton - Actor

Mr Swift - Actor

Wilton Swift - Actor

Mr Tait - Actor

A W Tasman - Actor

  • LSD, Gaiety Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 20 March 1882

Annie Taylor - Actor

  • Taken From Life, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 8 September 1883

Alfred Tennyson - Poet

Mr Thurgood - Actor

Edward Vaughan - Designer

M A Victor - Actor

Harry Wall - Special Effects

Mr Wallace - Actor

Stanley Walpole - Actor

Mr Watkin - Actor

Mr Wentworth - Actor

Mr J West - Actor

Leonard Willey - Actor

Marion Willis - Actor

Mr Withers - Actor

Mrs Henry Wood - Author

  • East Lynne, Theatre Royal, Coolgardie, WA, 14 May 1897

Alfred Woods - Actor

  • To the West, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 8 February 1896

Watkin Wynne - Actor

Mr Wynyard - Actor

Edmund Yates - Author

Alfred Dampier Company

J. and C. MacMahon

Spencer's Pictures Limited

The Henry Dramatic and Comedy Company

Bland Holt

Brandon-Cremer Dramatic Company

Criterion Theatre

George Willoughby Limited

Innisfail Amateur Dramatic Company

Jones & Lawrence's Vaudeville Company

Mutual Stores Company

Theatre Royal Company

Resources
  • Article:  Jenny Fewster, Wild West on AusStage, Stage Whispers, 25, 2, March 2016, 36-37
  • Article:  Veronica Kelly, Alfred Dampier as performer of late colonial Australian masculinities, Modern Drama, 43, 3, 2000, 469
  • Article:  Victoria Theatre, Sydney Morning Herald, 17 February 1877, 4, 5
  • Book:  Michael White, Marion Corry, Waverley Cemetery Who's Who Encore, Waverley Library, Bondi Junction, 1995
  • Record:  Alfred Dampier, AustralianPlays.org, 2009
  • Script:  Garnet Walch, Alfred Dampier, The Scout, Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales, 1891
  • Website:  Alfred Dampier 1847-1908. Australian Plays for Australian audiences., Live Performance Australia, 2007
Works
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