Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Carbon typescript of 'Barabbas: a fable in three acts.'
Contains pages 120-221 of LC’s radio fantasy story, ‘The Erewhonians’. Also includes handwritten notes. The script is edited and annotated. All documents are undated. [See ‘The Erewhonians’ folder].
Folder containing: a) 'Salient' Special Extravaganza Programme issue (for Extravaganza production June 1-6, 1953); b) clippings; c) advertising and other ephemera; d) typed script (c37 pp). Cover note states: "Authors: Frank Curtin, Jill Lescher, Pat Burns, Jeff Stewart, Con Bollinger, Dave Cohen, Bill Sheat, Bob O'Brien, Pete Crowe, Ian Free, Jim Hutchison, Dave Crowe, and others who suggested odd things at odd times, Orland Sundry." The cover only has been scanned to date.
Contains a copy of the ‘Gold Fever: A Ballad Opera’ script both in typed and handwritten form. The play is set “during the West Coast gold rush in 1865”. It is labelled “Version 2, Jan. 14 2007”.
The collections consists of photographs, negatives and photocopied documents (mostly programmes and reviews) collected by John Thomson during th writing of 'New Zealand Drama 1930-1980: an illustrated history' (OUP, 1984).
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).'
Contains a copy of ‘The Sounds of War’, with annotations. Also includes some handwritten notes. All documents are undated [See ‘Sounds of War, Original Mick Shepherd Script 1983’ folder].
Contains the an annotated script of ‘The Sounds of War’ along with a letter from LC to Mick Shepherd in which he offers constructive criticism of the work. Only indicated date is from the correspondence, September 30, 1983.
Attached note reads: 'South Sea Bubbles', by G.M. and J.M. Hogben, performed on 25 and 27 June 1908. Former title 'Dominio Idealis'.