Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust in association with the Arts Council of Australia presents ... Summer of the seventeenth doll by Ray Lawler
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- [Australia] : Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust, 
- 1 poster : colour ; 50.4 x 31.3 cm
Poster promoting a theatrical performance at the Hibernian Hall in Cairns, Queensland in 1958. Features an image of the kewpie doll on a cane, drawn in white against a blue background. The performance details have been added in red pencil to a blank panel at the foot.
Summer of the Seventeenth Doll is a pioneering Australian play written by Ray Lawler and first performed at the Union Theatre in Melbourne, Australia, on 28 November 1955. It portrays Australian life and characters and was one of the first naturalistic "Australian" theatre productions. The Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust presented the play in all Australian states.
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- Summer of the seventeenth doll by Ray Lawler
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- Exhibited: NLA Treasures Gallery, Treasures, The Sell: Australian advertising 1790’s to 1990’s, 23 November 2016 – 25 April 2017
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