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Papers of Kate Fitzpatrick, 1947-2007 [manuscript]
Bib ID 4350802
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Fitzpatrick, Kate, 1947-
 
Access Conditions Part permission required for research; part not available for research. Not for loan. 
Description [1947-2007] 
13.09 m. 34 ms boxes + 3 large folio boxes + 5 map folios + 1 large elephant folio 
Summary

MS Acc08.050 comprises material relating to stage and television performances from the 1960s to 2000s, such as scripts, correspondence, ephemera, photographs and press cuttings; general correspondence with a wide range of individuals including actors, writers and other artists; family papers; diaries; notebooks; research files; photographs and other pictorial material; scrapbooks; papers relating to cricket; drafts of Fitzpatrick's autobiography Name dropping; and, speech notes (12 cartons, 12 flat packs, 1 cylinder).

Biography/History

Actor and writer. Kate Fitzpatrick was born at Nedlands, Western Australia in 1947. In 1967 Fitzpatrick graduated from the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA). She has performed in a variety of theatre, film and television roles. The theatre productions in which she has acted include a NIDA graduate performance of The legend of King O'Malley, and The season at Sarsparilla and Big toys at the Old Tote Theatre Company, and Visions for the Paris Theatre Company. She played Magenta in the original Australian production of The rocky horror show in 1974. Fitzpatrick's film roles include appearances in The removalists, Summer of secrets and Salute to the great McCarthy. Her recent television appearances were in Neighbours and ABC TV's Something in the air. In the 1980s Fitzpatrick wrote a column in the Sydney morning herald and in 1983 she became the first female cricket commentator when she covered the 1983-1984 Test series for the Nine Network. Fitzpatrick is the author of Name dropping: an incomplete memoir (2004), and, Airmail: three women: letters from five continents (2005).

Notes

Manuscript reference no.: MS Acc08.050.

Subjects Fitzpatrick, Kate, - 1947- - Archives.  |  Actresses - Australia - Archives.  |  Authors, Australian - 21st century - Archives.  |  Sportscasters - Australia - Archives.  |  Theater - Australia.
Time Coverage 1947-2007 
Occupation Actors.  |  Authors.  |  Sports journalists.
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