Musical revues, comedies, etc. -- Songs -- Scores
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Includes black and white photograph of two men; news clippings; ephemera; and annotated script.
Folder titled 'Extrav 1954' - includes: - programme (including lyrics) titled 'The Pirates of Finance, or, Dirty work in the South Pacific', -Salient issues April 30 and May 27, 1954 - annotated script titled 'The Suckers' from a novel by John Guffwie, or 'The Pirates of Finance'. Also includes black and white photograph annotated on front 'Botanical Garden Rakes. Extravaganza 1954' [shows actors identified as Tony Ferrers and Derek Homewood].
Includes: - 1955 'Extravaganza radio preview' - 4 pp. typescript pasted onto manilla folder - programme excerpt from Cappicade Fiftyfive. Production titled 'The Happy Squanderer or Oil’s Well that Ends Well' - 3 page typescript titled 'The green eye of the little yellow god' - annotated script titled 'Extravaganza 1955, Tony Ferrers' including rehearsals notice and list of Extrav staff.
Folder titled 'Extravaganza 1956' including: - news clippings - annotated script (40 pp.) - programme (separated to published collection)
Extravaganza 1957 (folder lacks cover) including: - programme ('Up the Poll' - Town Hall Lower Hutt; Opera House Wellington; Municipal Theatre Hastings), - three black and white photographs, - annotated script
[Extravaganza 1959] (lacks cover, includes List of Officers, rehearsals schedule, draft set drawing; annotated script)
Attached note reads: 'Shackleton out-shacked by A.H. Bogle, D.N. Isaacs, G.M. Hogben and J.M. Hogben, performed on 24 and 25 June 1909 in Town Hall Concert Chamber (this is the script of Rat O'Pegan, a 'photographic artist of communistic tendencies', who was played by Julius M. Hogben).'
Attached note reads: 'South Sea Bubbles', by G.M. and J.M. Hogben, performed on 25 and 27 June 1908. Former title 'Dominio Idealis'.
This folder contains two typed scripts with pages numbered 2-30, one of which has minor annotations. There is also a smaller typed list of songs arranged by four Acts, titled 'Extrav. 1948' [i.e. Vothuhalla].