Newspaper cutting, "Shakespeare as actor: Dr Robinson's lecture", unknown source, [12 Jul 1933]

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Creator Brisbane Shakespeare Society
Title Newspaper cutting, "Shakespeare as actor: Dr Robinson's lecture", unknown source, [12 Jul 1933]
Open Access Status Other
Date 1933-07-12
Year available 2016
Series Brisbane Shakespeare Society, Miscellaneous papers, 1923-1951, F1460
Type text/tiff
Original Format Newspaper cutting; 22 x 7 cm.
Source Brisbane Shakespeare Society, Miscellaneous papers, 1923-1951, F1460, item 7b
Language eng
Rights For all enquiries about this work, please contact the Fryer Library, The University of Queensland Library.
Formatted Abstract/Summary
The Brisbane Shakespeare Society was formed around 1916 to 1919, and disbanded in 1942, due to World War II. The society produced yearly productions of Shakespeare, plus elocutionary competitions. Members included Vic Hardgraves and Jean Trundle (well known Brisbane dramatists). Miscellaneous papers, 1923-1951, F1460 consists of programmes, syllabi, correspondence, and circulars.


Keyword Brisbane Shakespeare Society
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Societies etc
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Dramatic production
Amateur theater -- Queensland -- Brisbane
Actors
Robinson, Frederick Walter, 1888-1971
Geographic co-ordinates

153.552920,-26.777500 152.452799,-26.777500 152.452799,-28.037280 153.552920,-28.037280 153.552920,-26.777500

Additional Notes Newspaper cutting of the Brisbane Shakespeare Society lecture by Dr Frederick Walter Robinson held at the Brisbane Womens' Club, National Mutual Chambers on 11 July 1933.

Document type: Manuscript
Collection: Fryer Library
 
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Created: Thu, 04 Feb 2016, 14:17:27 EST by Ms Dulcie Stewart on behalf of Fryer Library