Random Projects

Unfortunately, lost in history are many of my early shows, such as:

The Royal Queensland Theatre Company including…

  • “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” (Sept 1979, starring Geoffrey Rush, directed by Alan Edwards)
  • “A Streetcar Named Desire“, (Jul 1979 starring Reg Gillam, directed by Rick Billinghurst)
  • “Annie” (Feb 1981, directed by Alan Edwards)
  • “As You Like It” (Sept 1981, starring Carol Burns, directed by John Tasker)
  • “Breaker Morant” (1979 starring Peter Cousins & Reg Gillam, directed by John Krummel)
  • “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” (Mar 1981, starring Elaine Cusack, directed by Rodney Fisher)
  • “Deathtrap” (Aug 1979, starring Alan Edwards, directed by John Krummel)
  • “Gypsy” (Mar 1980, starring June Salter, directed by John Krummel)
  • “Hedda Gabler” (May 1979, directed by Alan Edwards)
  • “King Lear” (May 1978 starring Warren Mitchell & Geoffrey Rush, directed by Alan Edwards)
  • “The Man Who Came to Dinner” (Oct 1979, starring Frank Thring & Alan Edwards, directed by John Krummel)
  • “Mourning Becomes Electra” (Aug 1980)
  • “The Playboy of the Western World” (Apr 1980, starring Geoffrey Cartwright)
  • “Richard III” (May 1980, directed by Alan Edwards)
  • “The Seagull” July 1981
  • “Traveling North” (July 1980, directed by Alan Edwards)

and at the TN Theatre Company

  • “Romeo and Juliet” (Feb 1982)

and at the Melbourne Theatre Company

  • “84 Charing Cross Road” (Dec 1983, directed by Ray Lawler)
  • “The Marginal Farm” (Nov 1983, directed by Aarne Neeme)

— if you happen to know where I can find art / posters / programs from any of these shows from the early 1980’s, please contact us.

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