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About the seven deadly sins, [1970?]

  • F2153
  • Item
  • [1970?]

Accompanied by: 'An opera is born' (4 leaves; 26 cm.--Typescript).
Poems for the opera by Thomas W. Shapcott. Music by Colin Brumby.

Queensland Opera Company

Plays : Leonard Radic.

  • F3131
  • Item

List of plays written by Leonard Radic. Dates on list are when plays were completed ; however, most have been revised since.

Radic, Leonard, 1935-2018

Photographs, 1981

  • F3710
  • Item
  • 1981

19 digital copies of photos from the filming of 'Lay me down in Lilac Fields', featuring actors Kim Deacon and Ed Deveraux and some shots of director Frank Arnold and crew. Folder contains proof sheets only. 'Lay me down in Lilac Fields' was a 1981 ABC television drama production, written by Colin Free and directed by Frank Arnold

Arnold, Frank

Meryl Ellen Papas Papers

  • F3819
  • File
  • ca. 1970

The file comprises:

  1. Dux exercise book with choreography for the opera "7 deadly sins" by Merly E. Hughes. The opera was based on the book by Thomas Shapcott. Hand drawn figure drawings for choreography movements glued and attached. Additional handwritten notes inserted. Undated.
  2. Typescript; lettercard; addressed: Miss Meryl Hughes, Bray Road, Lawton, post-dated 23 Apr 1970; from Colin [Brumby].
  3. Typescript, memorandum to Meryl, subject line is 'Tape of ballet music for "7 deadly sins"', from CB [Colin Brumby], undated.
  4. Flyer the seven deadly sins, "A new concept in musical theatre by Colin Brumby, Thomas Shapcott and Mervyn Moriarty." Presented by the Queensland Opera Company at SGIO Theatre, Sep., undated.
  5. Program for the seven deadly sins present by the Queensland Opera Co., book by Thomas Shapcott, music by Colin Brumby. 3 fold program: 32 x 48 cm folded to 32 x 16 cm. Lists performers and staff, including Meryl Hughes as choreographer.

Papas, Meryl Ellen

The islanders : an adaptation for stage

  • H2713
  • Item
  • 1991

Bound playscript consisting of 96 leaves. The play, in two acts, is based on the biographical novel Wacvie by Faith Bandler. In 1863 Wacvie Mussingkon was kidnapped from a village in the New Hebrides (now Vanuatu) and sold as a slave to a sugar plantation in Queensland.

Hopgood, Alan, 1934-

Playwrights' Advisory Board Library Records

  • UQFL104
  • Collection
  • [195-?]

Notebook containing a list of playscripts on loan 1956-1959; playscripts from the library collection.

Playwrights' Advisory Board Library

Maxwell Dunn Papers

  • UQFL125
  • Collection
  • 1937-1950.

Works by or adapted by Dunn including radio series, radio plays, radio documentaries, publicity booklets, synopses, sample scripts, audition episodes, script ideas, quiz game, and comic strip ideas.

Dunn, Maxwell, 1916-

Billy Moloney Papers

  • UQFL141
  • Collection
  • 1932-1978.

Typescript novels, short stories, published articles, playscripts; notes and outlines for stories, plays and articles; diaries, photographs, correspondence (including letters to his wife Anne Moloney), newspaper cuttings, books on film and writing.

Moloney, Billy, 1901-1978

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