Item F3370 - Programs for Shakespearian productions, with brief note outlining the history of the Villanova Players, 1989-2005

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F3370

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Programs for Shakespearian productions, with brief note outlining the history of the Villanova Players, 1989-2005

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  • 1949-2005. (Creation)

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6 programs, 1 note.

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The Villanova Players was founded in 1948 by an Augustinian priest, Fr. John Louis Hanrahan, from the Coorparoo parish, and has produced plays in various venues in Brisbane ever since.

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Three programs (1949, 1971, and undated programme) formerly Fryer programmes 501.

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Programs for productions of 'Playgoers' and 'Aftermath' (1949), 'The subject was roses' (1971), 'As You Like It' (2004), 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' (1999), and 'A Merchant of Venice' (1989), and 'A man for all seasons' (undated). Also a brief note outlining the history of the Villanova Players, by Laurie Monsour.

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Unrestricted access.

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  • English

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Migrated

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Migrated from LMS: April 2019, P.A.

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