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Papers of Ray Mathew, 1960 [manuscript]
Bib ID 3103251
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Mathew, Ray, 1929-2002
 
Access Conditions Available for reference. Not for loan. 
Description 1960 
1 cm. (1 folder) 
Summary

Actor's annotated script for Sing for St Ned; review by Eunice Hanger (photocopy); program and four photographs of the production.

Biography/History

Sing for St Ned was the first play written by Ray Mathew. It was performed only once, in winter 1960 at the West End Theatre in Brisbane, by students of King's College and the Women's College at the University of Queensland.

Notes

Manuscript reference no.: MS 9776.

Subjects Mathew, Ray, 1929-2002 -- Archives.  |  Authors, Australian -- 20th century -- Archives.
Time Coverage 1960 
Occupation Authors.

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