"Event Name","East Lynne" "Event Identifier","97236" "Venue","Community Playhouse , Darlinghurst, NSW" "First date","6 September 1930" "Last date","20 September 1930" "Dates Estimated","No" "Status","Amateur" "World Premiere","No", "Description",""Before the curtain rose Miss Tennant told the audience what to expect The company was experimenting, she said, with the old form of diamatlc production in contrast to the modern style, and East Lynne was to serve as an object lesson to aspirng dramatists in what they should avoid."" "Primary Genre","Theatre - Spoken Word" "Secondary Genre" "Melodrama" "Subjects" "Class Issues" "Marriage" "Motherhood" "Organisations" "Community Players, Sydney","Presenting Company", "Contributors" "W. E. Anderson","Actor" "Frank Carswell","Actor" "Dorothy Colley","Actor" "Richard Dowse","Actor" "Joyce Lambert","Actor" "William Leahy","Actor" "Beryl Mathies","Actor" "Carrie Tennant","Actor" "May Wilds","Actor" "Carrie Tennant","Director" "Resources" "East Lynne. An Amusing Revival, Sydney Morning Herald, 8 September 1930, 6" "Related Works" "East Lynne" "Text Nationality","England" "Production Nationality","Australia" "Further Information","Three performances on 9, 13 and 20 September 1930." "Data Source"