Organisation J. C. Williamson Limited (1910-1938)
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Address Melbourne
VIC Australia
First Date July 1910
Last Date 1981
Functions Other, Presenting Company, Production Company, Touring Company, [Unknown]
Notes The main company established in 1910 was the producer and presenter of JCW events until 1938 when the compny was split in two. JCW Limited became a property and investment holding firm and production and presentation was placed under Australian and New Zealand Theatres Ltd.
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Events

Royal Comic Opera Company

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

Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Company

R. D'Oyly Carte

Colonel W. de Basil's Monte Carlo Russian Ballet

New Comic Opera Company

J. C. Williamson's New Company of Comedians

J. C. Williamson Modes

  • Follow Through, His Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD, 5 May 1932
  • Follow Through, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 23 August 1930
  • Follow Through, Theatre Royal, Melbourne, VIC, 8 February 1930
  • A Night Out, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 3 August 1929
  • A Night Out, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 13 July 1929
  • Whirled into Happiness, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 6 September 1924
  • Whirled Into Happiness, His Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 21 June 1924
  • The Cabaret Girl, Theatre Royal, Melbourne, VIC, 25 March 1924
  • The Cabaret Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 8 March 1924
  • The Cabaret Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 25 August 1923
  • Mary, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 9 June 1923
  • A Night Out, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 28 April 1923
  • Mary, His Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD, 7 April 1923
  • Mary, Grand Opera House, Wellington, 27 January 1923
  • Mary, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 19 October 1922
  • A Night Out, Theatre Royal, Adelaide, SA, 9 September 1922
  • A Night Out, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 10 June 1922
  • A Night Out, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 25 February 1922
  • A Night Out, Theatre Royal, Melbourne, VIC, 21 January 1922
  • Oh, Lady! Lady!, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 6 August 1921

Julius Knight / Irene Browne Company

Buckley and Nunn Ltd

David Jones Ltd.

Oscar Asche / Lily Brayton Company

Dion Boucicault's London Company

J. and N. Tait

The Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust

Williamson-Melba Opera Company

Borovansky Ballet Company

Lewis Waller / Madge Titheradge Company

Borovansky Ballet Orchestra

J. C. Williamson's New English Comedy Company

McCathie's Ltd

J. C. Williamson's Gilbert & Sullivan Repertoire Company

  • The Mikado, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 26 February 1921
  • The Mikado, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 27 November 1920
  • H.M.S. Pinafore, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 19 June 1915
  • Ma Mie Rosette, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 5 June 1915
  • The Yeomen of the Guard, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 29 May 1915
  • Iolanthe, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 22 May 1915
  • Iolanthe, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 10 March 1915
  • The Pirates of Penzance, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 16 June 1914

The Actors' Association of Australia

B J Simmons & Co Ltd

Cherniavsky Bureau

Newcastle Civic Choral Society

The New English Comedy Company

Alan Wilkie Company

The Australian Drama Company

  • Twelfth Night, Playhouse Theatre, Perth, WA, 29 October 1956
  • Twelfth Night, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 12 June 1956
  • Twelfth Night, Elizabethan Theatre, Newtown, NSW, 1956
  • Medea, Theatre Royal, Hobart, TAS, 12 December 1955
  • Medea, His Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD, 8 November 1955
  • Medea, Elizabethan Theatre, Newtown, NSW, 11 October 1955

Bert Bailey Company

Frank Neil's Comedians

Frederick Harrison's Haymarket Theatre, London, Company

Messrs Morris Angel and Co

Moffatt Company of Scottish Players

Muriel Starr Company

The Gregan McMahon Players

Australian and New Zealand Theatres Limited

Australian Ballet Foundation

Aztec Services Pty Ltd

E. J. Carroll

Edgley and Dawe Attractions Pty Ltd

Farmer's Ltd.

Harry Rickards' Tivoli Theatres Ltd

Quinlan Grand Opera Company

The Australian Ballet

The Australian Council for the Arts

The Elizabethan Trust Melbourne Orchestra

Australian Ballet Society

Covent Garden Russian Ballet

E. B. Limited

Elder Conservatorium Opera Group

Gran Ballet Espanol

J. C. Williamson's Musical Comedy Company

  • Mr Manhattan , Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 1 November 1917
  • Mr Manhattan , Criterion Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 27 October 1917
  • Mr Manhattan , Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 15 September 1917

Myer Emporium

The Marie Tempest and Graham Browne Company

The National Theatre Movement of Australia

  • Tosca, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 18 September 1953
  • Cosi Fan Tutte, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 9 September 1953
  • Madama Butterfly, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 5 September 1953

Abbey Theatre Company

Actors' Federation of Australia

Anthony Prinsep's London Company

Athene Seyler & Nicholas Hannen Company

Beaumont Smith's Enterprises Limited

  • The Barrier, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 25 September 1915
  • Who's The Lady?, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 31 July 1915

Beaumont Smith-Louis Meyer English Dramatic Company

  • The Barrier, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 25 September 1915
  • Who's The Lady?, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 31 July 1915

Ben and John Fuller Limited

Channel 7 (Adelaide)

  • Sleuth, Canberra Theatre, Canberra, ACT, 1 February 1973
  • Sleuth, Her Majesty's Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 1973

Colonel W. de Basil's Ballet Company

Education in Music and Dramatic Arts Society

Elder Conservatorium Opera Orchestra

Harry M. Miller

  • Sleuth, Canberra Theatre, Canberra, ACT, 1 February 1973
  • Sleuth, Her Majesty's Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 1973

Kaai's Hawiians

Newcastle Gilbert & Sullivan Players Inc

Pathe Freres

  • Come Over Here, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 28 March 1914
  • Come Over Here, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 26 December 1913

Peter Williams Productions Pty Ltd

  • Bedroom Farce, Her Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD, 15 February 1979
  • Bedroom Farce, Her Majesty's Theatre (1973-2001), Sydney, NSW, January 1979

Phillip Productions Pty Limited

Richard White and Eric Edgley

  • Love Lies, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 24 May 1930
  • Love Lies, King's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 5 April 1930

Spanish Dancers and Singers

The Arts Council of Australia (New South Wales Division)

The Imperial Russian Ballet

The Peter Scriven Puppets

W. R. Cade's Grand Symphony Orchestra

Adelaide Musical Comedy Company

Allan Wilkie Shakespearean Company

Allen Doone Company

  • O'Leary V.C., Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 27 December 1915

Arcadian Operatic Society

  • Going Up, Fuller's Victoria Theatre, Newcastle, NSW, 23 July 1925

Australian Musical Productions Pty Ltd

Australian Plays Limited

Australian Postal Institute Musical Society

  • The Quaker Girl, New South Wales Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, NSW, 3 February 1949

Australian Red Cross

Ayres New York Syndicate

Celebrity Circuit Pty Ltd

  • Tokyo Nights, Her Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD, 24 May 1965

Clint Bros.

Crown Musical Society

  • The Quaker Girl, New South Wales Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, NSW, 24 August 1946

Dancing Dandies

De Troy and Lady

Elder Conservatorium Opera Class

  • Lochinvar, Theatre Royal, Adelaide, SA, 14 March 1929

Elder Conservatorium Student Orchestra

  • Lochinvar, Theatre Royal, Adelaide, SA, 19 March 1932

Entertainment Corporation of Australia Pty. Ltd.

Eugene's Flying Ballet

Festival of Sydney

  • Bedroom Farce, Her Majesty's Theatre (1973-2001), Sydney, NSW, January 1979

First National Symphony Orchestra

George Edwardes Ltd

George Marlow Dramatic Company

George Musgrove [sole entrepreneur]

Hugh J. Ward Theatres Pty Ltd

Impressionist Theatre

J. C. Williamson's Films Limited

  • Officer 666, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 1 April 1916

J. C. Williamson's New English Dramatic Company

Jeannie Brennan School of Dancing

Jim Davidson's Theatre Orchestra

Lester & Smart

Limbless Soldiers'Association Acquatic Club

  • The Geisha, New South Wales Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, NSW, 23 April 1927

Linnet and Dunfee Ltd

  • Bonaventure, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 14 October 1950

Marquartsteiner Tyrolese Dancers

Melbourne Marvels

Melbourne Repertory Theatre Company

Messrs Drew and Alders

Metropolitan Players

  • Uncle Harry, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 14 August 1945

Monte Carlo Russian Ballet

New English Farce Company

New South Wales Conservatorium of Music

  • The Geisha, New South Wales Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, NSW, 23 April 1927

Philip Lytton's Dramatic Company

  • The Waybacks, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 13 November 1915

Planet Productions, Sydney

Prospect Theatre Company

  • King Lear, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 5 April 1972

Provident Fund

  • The Geisha, New South Wales Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, NSW, 23 April 1927

Radio 2FC

  • A Southern Maid, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 9 January 1924

Renee Kelly Company

Revuettes

Roche and Roche

Shirley, Sharon & Wanda

Shishtl's Wondrettes

Sir Benjamin Fuller

South Australian Symphony Orchestra

The Adelaide Festival of Arts

  • King Lear, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 5 April 1972

The Aerial Bartletts

The Big Four

The Don Cossacks Chorus

The Eight In Harmony

The Fallow Twins

The Garnet H. Carroll Management

The Gilbert and Sullivan Society of South Australia

  • Iolanthe, Theatre Royal, Adelaide, SA, 6 January 1958

The Glad Eye Comedians

The Great Moscow Circus

The Hordernian Musical Society

  • The Gondoliers, Welfare Hall at Anthony Hordern's and Sons, Sydney, NSW, 19 June 1937

The Independent Theatre

The Independent Theatre Ltd

The J.C.W. Lovelies

The Kiwis Revue Company

  • The Kiwis, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 2 February 1949

The Lampinos

The Metropolitan Musical Theatre Company

The Munro Brothers

The National Theatre Ballet Company

The New Musical Comedy Company

  • Sally, New South Wales Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, NSW, March 1951

The New South Wales Theatrical Society

The Old Tote Theatre Company

The Paulasto Brothers

The Russian Ballet

The Shakespeare Memorial Theatre Company

The Trust Players

The University of Melbourne

The University of New South Wales Drama Foundation

Tivoli Circuit (Australia) Pty Ltd

Tivoli Showgirls

Toho Company Ltd

  • Tokyo Nights, Her Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD, 24 May 1965

Union Theatre Repertory Company

Whitehall Productions

William Russell

Williamson-Edgley Theatres Limited

  • King Lear, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 5 April 1972

Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW

Criterion Theatre, Sydney, NSW

Theatre Royal, Adelaide, SA

Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW

Theatre Royal, Melbourne, VIC

Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC

His Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC

His Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD

Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC

Palace Theatre, Sydney, NSW

King's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC

Princess Theatre (1886- ), Melbourne, VIC

Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW

His Majesty's Theatre, Perth, WA

Her Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD

New Palace Theatre, Sydney, NSW

New South Wales Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, NSW

Newcastle City Hall, Newcastle, NSW

Canberra Theatre, Canberra, ACT

Crystal Theatre, Broken Hill, NSW

Grand Opera House, Wellington

Her Majesty's Theatre, Adelaide, SA

Grand Opera House (1916-1932), Sydney, NSW

His Majesty's Theatre, Auckland

Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC

Australia, [Unknown]

Elizabethan Theatre, Newtown, NSW

Her Majesty's Theatre (1960-1970), Sydney, NSW

New Zealand

Roxy Theatre, Hamilton, NSW

Adelaide Town Hall, Adelaide, SA

Adelphi Theatre (1911-1916), Sydney, NSW

Albert Hall, Yarralumla, ACT

Arts Theatre, Adelaide, SA

Athenaeum Theatre, Melbourne, VIC

Broadway Theatre, Goulburn, NSW

Civic Hall, Newcastle, NSW

Festival Theatre, Adelaide, SA

Fuller's Victoria Theatre, Newcastle, NSW

Her Majesty's Theatre (1973-2001), Sydney, NSW

Hippodrome, Haymarket, NSW

Majestic Theatre, Adelaide, SA

Malvern Town Hall, Malvern, VIC

Minerva Theatre, Kings Cross, NSW

Parade Theatre (1969-1999), Kensington, NSW

Paramount Theatre, Melbourne, VIC

Playhouse Theatre, Perth, WA

Russell Street Theatre, Melbourne, VIC

The Auditorium, Melbourne, VIC

The Hub, Newtown, NSW

The Playhouse, Adelaide, SA

Theatre Royal, Hobart, TAS

Tivoli Theatre (1893-1929), Sydney, NSW

Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW

Victoria, VIC

Victoria Picture Theatre, Melbourne, VIC

Victoria Theatre (1891-), Newcastle, NSW

Waddington's Grand Picture Theatre, Sydney, NSW

Waddington's Majestic Theatre, Sydney, NSW

Welfare Hall at Anthony Hordern's and Sons, Sydney, NSW

Wellington Opera House, Wellington

William Schwenck Gilbert - Librettist, Playwright, Lyricist, Book and Lyrics

Arthur Seymour Sullivan - Composer

Leslie Board - Set Designer, Scenic Artist, Designer, Set and/or Property Maker, Actor

Minnie Everett - Choreographer, Dance Director, Producer, Director, Wardrobe Master / Mistress, Actor

Andrew MacCunn - Musical Director, Conductor, Musical Arranger, Composer

Charles Walenn - Actor, Actor and Singer

Field Fisher - Performer, Actor

Madge Elliott - Actor, Performer, Dancer

Minnie Hooper - Choreographer, Dance Director, Producer

Ivan Menzies - Actor, Actor and Singer, Singer, Performer

W R Coleman - Scenic Artist, Designer, Set Designer, Set and/or Property Maker

Alfred Frith - Actor, Performer, Actor and Singer

Ethel Morrison - Actor, Performer

Cyril Ritchard - Actor, Choreographer, Dancer, Producer, Performer, Director

Strella Wilson - Actor, Actor and Singer, Performer

Harry B. Burcher - Producer, Actor

  • A Night Out, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 3 August 1929
  • A Night Out, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 13 July 1929
  • Tip-Toes, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 7 May 1927
  • Tell Me More, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 24 February 1927
  • Primrose, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 29 August 1925
  • The Cousin from Nowhere, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 27 September 1924
  • Betty, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 6 September 1924
  • Whirled into Happiness, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 6 September 1924
  • Whirled Into Happiness, His Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 21 June 1924
  • Kissing Time, Theatre Royal, Melbourne, VIC, 24 May 1924
  • The Cabaret Girl, Theatre Royal, Melbourne, VIC, 25 March 1924
  • The Cabaret Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 8 March 1924
  • The Cabaret Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 25 August 1923
  • Mary, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 9 June 1923
  • You're In Love, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 28 April 1923
  • A Night Out, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 28 April 1923
  • Mary, His Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD, 7 April 1923
  • Mary, Grand Opera House, Wellington, 27 January 1923
  • Mary, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 19 October 1922
  • A Night Out, Theatre Royal, Adelaide, SA, 9 September 1922
  • A Night Out, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 10 June 1922
  • A Night Out, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 25 February 1922
  • A Night Out, Theatre Royal, Melbourne, VIC, 21 January 1922
  • Oh, Lady! Lady!, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 6 August 1921
  • Yes, Uncle!, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 9 October 1920
  • Yes, Uncle, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 11 September 1920
  • Yes, Uncle!, Theatre Royal, Melbourne, VIC, 12 June 1920
  • Going Up, Theatre Royal, Melbourne, VIC, 28 May 1920
  • High Jinks, His Majesty's Theatre, Perth, WA, 19 May 1920
  • Yes Uncle, His Majesty's Theatre, Perth, WA, 8 May 1920
  • Going Up, His Majesty's Theatre, Perth, WA, 29 April 1920
  • You're in Love, Theatre Royal, Adelaide, SA, 10 April 1920
  • Going Up, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 2 October 1919
  • High Jinks, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 August 1919
  • Oh Boy, Theatre Royal, Melbourne, VIC, 5 October 1918
  • Oh Boy, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 4 October 1918
  • Oh, Boy, Theatre Royal, Melbourne, VIC, 14 September 1918
  • Oh Boy, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 6 July 1918
  • Canary Cottage, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 29 June 1918
  • Three Twins, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 1 June 1918
  • You're In Love, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 25 May 1918
  • Canary Cottage, His Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD, 16 May 1918
  • You're in Love, His Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD, 9 May 1918
  • Canary Cottage, Theatre Royal, Adelaide, SA, 20 April 1918
  • So Long Letty, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 6 April 1918
  • Canary Cottage, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 30 March 1918
  • You're In Love, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 7 March 1918
  • You're In Love, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 3 November 1917
  • You're In Love, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 8 September 1917
  • So Long Letty, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 18 August 1917
  • High Jinks, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 11 August 1917
  • Canary Cottage, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 9 June 1917
  • Three Twins, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 26 May 1917
  • High Jinks, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 19 May 1917
  • So Long Letty, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 12 May 1917
  • Canary Cottage, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 24 March 1917
  • So Long Letty, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 18 November 1916
  • Tonight's the Night, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 16 September 1916
  • Copy of High Jinks, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 16 September 1916
  • Tonight's the Night, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 8 July 1916
  • High Jinks, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 24 June 1916
  • So Long Letty, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 22 April 1916
  • So Long Letty, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 26 December 1915
  • High Jinks, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 20 November 1915
  • High Jinks, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 4 September 1915
  • After the Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 28 August 1915
  • After the Girl, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 7 August 1915
  • High Jinks, Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 27 March 1915
  • High Jinks, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 6 February 1915

Gladys Moncrieff - Actor, Actor and Singer, Performer, Vocalist, Singer

George Upward - Set Designer, Scenic Artist, Set and/or Property Maker, Designer

Evelyn Gardiner - Actor, Actor and Singer, Singer, Performer

Cecil Bradley - Actor, Performer, Actor and Singer

John Ralston - Actor and Singer, Actor, Performer

Dick Shortland - Stage Manager, Director, Producer, Actor, Performer

James Hay - Actor and Singer, Actor, Producer

George D. Parker - Producer, Director, Actor

Jack Hooker - Actor, Dancer

Bernard Manning - Actor and Singer, Actor, Singer, Performer

Gustav Slapoffski - Musical Director, Conductor

Muriel Starr - Actor, Actor-manager