Contributor Ettie Williams
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Gender Female
Functions Company Manager, Singer
Notes Soubrette and manager of the Ettie Williams Happy Hours Company, based in Perth WA in the 1890s.
Events

Singer

Performer

Actor

Lessee

Company Manager

Actor and Singer

  • A Cup of Tea, Bijou Theatre, Fremantle, WA, 5 November 1898

Comic Singer

George A Jones - Performer, Lessee, Comedian, Actor, Actor and Singer, Singer, Company Manager

Dick Davis - Performer, Comic Singer, Actor, Singer, Comedian

W. B. Warner - Actor, Playwright, Comedian, Comic Singer, Singer, MC, Impersonator, Plantation Singer, Performer

Lily Anderson - Singer, Performer, Dancer, Actor

Minnie Anderson - Singer, Actor, Dancer, Performer

Neva Carr-Glyn - Actor, Singer

Mr W. H. Speed - Playwright, Minstrel, Comedian, Actor, Actor and Singer, End Man, Performer, Plantation Singer

Frances Trigge - Singer, Dancer

James Stewart - Musical Director, Musician

Nipper - Acrobat

W. Akarman - Performer

E. Ball - Performer

Bob Bell - Comedian

Mr. Boyle - Singer

Agnes Brady - Performer

James Craydon - Performer

Tom Delohery - Performer

A. Edwards - Performer

Lucy Fraser - Actor and Singer

  • A Cup of Tea, Bijou Theatre, Fremantle, WA, 5 November 1898

Carr Glynn - Performer

William Gourlay - Performer

Martyn Hagan - Actor and Singer

  • A Cup of Tea, Bijou Theatre, Fremantle, WA, 5 November 1898

J. Hodge - Performer

Mr. Hodge - Singer

Alf Holland - Performer

M. Kev - Performer

Mrs. Launder - Performer

Wal. Launder - Performer

Edie Lingard - Performer

H. Loel - Performer

Birdie Mayfield - Performer

Edna Mayfield - Performer

Violet McIvor - Performer

Little Ivy Scott - Performer

C. Sheridan - Performer

H. Smith - Performer

Mr Smith - Singer

A. Solomon - Performer

C. Spencer - Performer

Florence Trigge - Performer

Mrs. Williamson - Performer

Ettie Williams Happy Hours Company

The Anderson Sisters

The Leopold Family Acrobats

Asylum Brass Band

Jones & Lawrence's Vaudeville Company

The X.L.C.E. Variety Combination

  • A Cup of Tea, Bijou Theatre, Fremantle, WA, 5 November 1898

Ye Olde Englyshe Fayre

Identifier 442071