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Manuscript Name Papers of Graeme Blundell
Manuscript Number MSS 97
Last Updated January 2012
Extent 57 boxes, 1 oversize, 3 AV boxes, 11 albums, posters. 
Location Academy Library, UNSW Canberra
Abstract Playscripts, notes, notebooks, correspondence, minutes and posters, relating to Blundell's work as an actor and director. The collection includes extensive material relating to the Australian Performing Group, Hoopla Theatre Company, La Mama, Kinselas, and many other noted Australian literary and theatrical figures.

Administrative Information


Access

The collection is restricted.


Restrictions on Use

No copying is permitted without the permission of the copyright owners.


Preferred Citation

[Manuscript Item], Papers of Graeme Blundell, Academy Library, UNSW Canberra, Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra, MS 97, Box [Number], Folder [Number].


Provenance

The collection was acquired from Graeme Blundell in several instalments from 1988-1996.

Container List


Box 1

Folder 1
1. Notebook - Australian Performing Group 1971, includes material on Australian Theatre Conference at Pram Factory.
2. Notebook - 1972, executive meetings etc Australian Performing Group.

Folder 2
3. Notebook - general notes 1972, Australian Performing Group.
4. Notebook - late 1970's, Let Me In, Playbox, and personal jottings.

Folder 3
5. Notebook - jottings, 'The Suicide' (MTC), Vocations.
6. Notebook - 1981.

Folder 4
7. Notebook - late 1972, Australian Performing Group, Political Theatre, Garrie Hutchinson's resignation.
8. Notebook - Film Industry Crisis, 'On Our Selection' (MTC production Graeme Blundell, Director), general notes.
9. Notebook - early days of Playbox (ie Hoopla!).

Folder 5
10. Notebook - mainly The Floating World MTC production GB Director.
11. Notebook - 1980.

Folder 6
12. Notebook - 1971/72, personal material about the aims and philosophy of the Australian Performing Group.
13. Notebook - 1976-77, mainly Beatles show.

Folder 7
14. Notebook - diary notes, Golden Oldies (Dorothy Hewett), some director's jottings.
15. Notebook - 1977, Playbox material.

Folder 8
16. Notebook - 1980, notes, Australian Performing Group in particular.
17. Notebook - setting up Hoopla/Playbox, mainly 'Chidley' and Golden Oldies.


Box 2

Folder 9
18. Notebook - 1978, Hoopla/Playbox, also The Club and 'Gentlemen Only'.
19. Notebook - 1981.

Folder 10
20. Notebook - c 1980, includes notes on relationship with Kerry Dwyer.
20a. Notebook - 1975.

Folder 11
21. Notebook - Hoopla/Playbox notebook - includes Sexual Perversity In Chicago , notes and separate notes on programming.
22. Kerry Dwyer's production copy of Romeril's Chicago Chicago , Australian Performing Group 1971/72.

Folder 12
23. Mock diary devised by Kate Lillie for GB production of Dorothy Hewett's Golden Oldies Hoopla 1978.
24. Notebook - Kerry Dwyer Youth Theatre Workshop Australian Performing Group, 1970.

Folder 13
25. Notebook - 1971-72, Australian Performing Group Revue 'Sonia Knee and Thigh Show' Director Graeme Blundell, director's notes.
26. Notebook - Hoopla and notes on potential shows, board structure, some plays read.

Folder 14
27. Notebook - 1981/82.
28. Notebook - 1982, Vocations (Alma de Groen) MTC, director's file etc.

Folder 15
Copy of 'Freaks' by Gordon Graham, 1978 - typewritten, annotated.
The Floating World material including some director's jottings - handwritten.

Folder 16
'In For the Kill' by Gordon Graham, revised script August 1977 - typewritten.
'Commitment' by Jack Hibberd 1968 and notes - typewritten, annotated.


Box 3

Folder 17
Liquid Amber and 'The Three Sisters' by Jack Hibberd - typewritten.

Folder 18
'The Marmalade Files' and 'Squeaking Pips' by Margot Hilton - typewritten, annotated.

Folder 19
Australian National Playwrights Conference committee material, 1980-1982. (Part 1).

Folder 20
Australian National Playwrights Conference committee material, 1980-1982. (Part 2).

Folder 21
Australian National Playwrights Conference committee material, 1979-1980-1981. (Part 3).

Folder 22
Australian National Playwrights Conference committee material, 1981. (Scheduling, briefing notes, seminars, list of playwright members, playbill). (Part 4).


Box 4

Folder 23
Notebook, 1977 - Australian Performing Group business, plays/projects and some personal jottings.
Production copy of Chicago Chicago. (GB played The Man, Pram Factory 1981).

Folder 24
Notebook, 1972 - Australian Performing Group (esp. 'Sonia Knee and Thigh Show' and meetings).
Two prop notebooks devised by Kate Lilley for Golden Oldies, 1976.

Folder 25
Script 'Hacket Gets Ahead' by John Romeril, Pram Factory 1971 - typewritten, annotated.

Folder 26
Scripts 'Hacket Gets Ahead' by John Romeril and Perfectly All Right by Alma de Groen, 1971 - typewritten, annotated.

Folder 27
Scripts 'The Feet Of Daniel Mannix' by Barry Oakley, Pram Factory 1971.
The Removalists, by David Williams - typewritten, annotated.

Folder 28
Typewritten script 'He Can Swagger Sitting Down' by John Romeril, Pram Factory 1972.
Typewritten material from 'Balmain Boys', Kinselas 1986/87/88.

Folder 29
'Just Before The Honeymoon', by Jack Hibberd - typewritten.
Original copy 'Before The Beat', by Kris Hemmensley - typewritten, annotated.
Original copy 'And The Beast' by John Romeril (performed Ormond College c1969) - typewritten.
'The Audience's Audience' (performed at La Mama 1969) - typewritten.

Folder 30
Marriage Gamblers by Desmond O'Grady - typewritten, annotated (photocopy).

Folder 31
'A Cup Of Tea With Mrs Groom' by Jonathan Dawson (performed at La Mama 1968) - typewritten.
Poetry - typewritten.


Box 5

Folder 32
Jack Hibberd's 'Customs And Excise' , La Mama 1969/70 - typewritten.
Material from 'Balmain Boys', (performed at la Mama 1969-70) - handwritten and typewritten, annotated..

Folder 33
Original scripts for 'Balmain Boys Strike Back', (performed at Kinselas 1984?).
Grant applications file, 1970's.

Folder 34
Graeme Blundell's personal script, 'Same Time Next Year' by Bernard Slade - typewritten.

Folder 35
Don's Party by David Williamson, a Pram Factory Production.

Folder 36
Hoopla/Playbox papers, 1977-1979. (Part one).

Folder 37
Hoopla/Playbox papers, 1978-1980. (Part two).

Folder 38
Hoopla/Playbox papers, 1977-1979. (Part three).

Folder 39
Hoopla/Playbox papers, 1978-1980. (Part four).

Folder 40
Hoopla/Playbox papers, 1978-79. (Part five).


Box 6

Folder 41
Marvellous Melbourne, notes and sections of scripts - typewritten, annotated.

Folder 42
Marvellous Melbourne, notes and sections of scripts - typewritten, annotated.

Folder 43
Newspaper clippings and magazine articles on Jerzy Grotowski.

Folder 44
Australian Performing Group Executive Minutes 1972-73 - typewritten, annotated.
Workshops finished - correspondence and notes - typewritten, annotated..

Folder 45
Graeme Blundell's Overseas Material: notes, theatre programmes, promotional material (Travel Grant 1970-71) - handwritten, typewritten and typewritten, annotated.

Folder 46
New Oz Theatre. Newspaper clippings.

Folder 47
Dance, movement and relaxation exercises - handwritten and typewritten, annotated.

Folder 48
Australian drama - ronoed notes and newspaper clippings.

Folder 49
Australian drama - ronoed notes and theatre programs.


Box 7

Folder 50
Australian drama - newspaper clippings.

Folder 51
University Theatre material - mainly 'Klag' plus newspaper clippings.

Folder 52
University Theatre material - notes, theatre programmes and newspaper clippings.

Folder 53
The Kitchen Table by John Romeril (1968 - La Mama Company) - typewritten, annotated.
Brudder Humphry by John Romeril (Street Theatre c1971-72) - typewritten.
Don's Party by David Williamson (first draft), Kerry Dwyer's copy (played Susan) - typewritten, annotated.

Folder 54
'Miss Hewett's Shenanigans' by Dorothy Hewett - typewritten.
Don's Party by David Williamson (early draft, Pram Factor 1972) - typewritten, annotated.

Folder 55
'Hancock's Last Half Hour' by Heathcote Williams (Playbox and Nimrod) - typewritten, annotated.
Mrs Porter And The Angel by Dorothy Hewett -typewritten, annotated.

Folder 56
Arts Funding - notes and newspaper clippings.


Box 8

Folder 57
Miscellaneous material on the Australian Performing Group.

Folder 58
Drafts, notes and miscellaneous material on Street Theatre.

Folder 59
Drafts, notes and miscellaneous material on Street Theatre.

Folder 60
Newspaper clippings on Street Theatre, May Day Marches and Vietnam Moratorium Marches, 1970.

Folder 61
Notes/Thesis - Lindsay Smith - 'Jerzy Grotowski: The New Theatrical Guru'.

Folder 62
Miscellaneous newsletters and notes on Drama Groups.
A notebook of Kerry Dwyer's with notes on the production of Peggy Sue.

Folder 63
La Mama Theatre archives: Part 1 - newspaper clippings, correspondence, notes - 1970. Brainrot. Norm and Ahmed.

Folder 64
La Mama Theatre archives: Part 2 - newspaper clippings of Norm and Ahmed, correspondence - 1970.


Box 9

Folder 65
La Mama Theatre archives: Part 3 - miscellaneous notes, newspaper clippings, correspondence (including John Romeril) - 1969.

Folder 66
La Mama Theatre archives: Part 4 - newspaper clippings, correspondence - 1969.

Folder 67
La Mama Theatre archives: Part 5 - newspaper clippings, notes, correspondence - 1969-70.

Folder 68
La Mama Theatre/Australian Performing Group archives: Part 1 - notes, newspaper clippings, correspondence - 1970.

Folder 69
La Mama Theatre/Australian Performing Group archives: Part 2 - notes, newspaper clippings, correspondence - 1970.

Folder 70
La Mama Theatre archives - newspaper clippings, notes and promo material for Chicago Chicago.
Typewritten copy of 'The Man From Chicago' by John Romeril

Folder 71
La Mama Theatre Archives - newspaper clippings, 1972-73.

Folder 72
Australian Performing Group/La Mama Theatre Archives newspaper clippings 1972.


Box 10

Folder 73
Australian Performing Group, notes articles for 1972.

Folder 74
Australian Performing Group, notes articles for 1973.

Folder 75
Australian Performing Group, notes articles for 1973-74.

Folder 76
Australian Performing Group report 1981.
Australian Performing Group document 1979.
'Three Old Friends' by Jack Hibberd, (film version) c1971 - typewritten, annotated .

Folder 77
Australian Performing Group/La Mama Theatre Archive: newspaper clippings, 1971-72.

Folder 78
Australian Performing Group/La Mama Theatre Archive: notes, articles, correspondence - 1971.

Folder 79
Australian Performing Group/La Mama Theatre Archive: newspaper clippings, 1971.


Box 11

Folder 80
Australian Performing Group/La Mama Theatre Archive: notes, articles, correspondence - 1971.

Folder 81
Australian Performing Group: notes, promotional material and newspaper clippings re 'The Feet of Daniel Mannix'.

Folder 82
Australian Performing Group/La Mama Theatre Archive: notes, articles, correspondence - 1970 and 1972.

Folder 83
Australian Performing Group/La Mama Theatre Archive: newspaper clippings, 1972.

Folder 84
Australian Performing Group/La Mama Theatre Archive: newspaper clippings, 1972.

Folder 85
Australian Performing Group/La Mama Theatre Archive: notes, articles, correspondence - 1972.

Folder 86
Australian Performing Group/La Mama Theatre Archive: newspaper clippings, 1972.

Folder 87
Australian Performing Group/La Mama Theatre Archive: newspaper clippings, 1972.


Box 12

Folder 88
Australian Performing Group/La Mama Theatre Archive: notes, articles - 1972.

Folder 89
Australian Performing Group/La Mama Theatre Archive: newspaper clippings, 1972.

Folder 90
Australian Performing Group/La Mama Theatre Archive: newspaper clippings, 1979, 1981-82; papers; script 'Love at First Sight' by Jack Hibberd.

Folder 91
Australian Performing Group/La Mama Theatre Archive: notes, articles, correspondence - 1979-80, 1982.

Folder 92
The Last Days of Chez Nous screenplay by Helen Garner - typewritten.

Folder 93
Hotel Sorrento by Hannie Rayson - typewritten.

Folder 94
'Rumors' by Neil Simon - typewritten.

Folder 95
Bucks Night At Susy's Place, a play by Harry Reade, 1981 - typewritten.


Box 13

Folder 96
Published work: Footrot Flats -a stage musical, the book by Roger Hall, music by Philip Norman, lyrics by A.K. Grant, 1984.

Folder 97
'The Duke Of Fleet Street',a play by James Murray,1989 - typewritten.

Folder 98
'Top End', a play by John Romeril,1988 - typewritten.

Folder 99
Second draft You'll Die Laughing, a screenplay by Harry Reade, 1983 - typewritten.

Folder 100
'Exiled', a screenplay by Jackie McKimmie, 1989 - typewritten.

Folder 101
First draft Siren, a screenplay by David Williamson, 1989- typewritten.

Folder 102
'Off Into Dreamline', a play by John Jarratt, 1988 - typewritten.

Folder 103
'Between The Lines', a screenplay by Marcus Cooney, 1986 - typewritten.


Box 14

Folder 104
First draft 'A Change In The Weather', a screenplay by Marcus Cooney, 1984 - typewritten.

Folder 105
Kinselas Showcases: 'The Singlettes';
Glenn Shorrock's 'One For The Money' and 'Go Cat Go'.

Folder 106
Kinselas Showcases: 'The Singlettes';
Glenn Shorrock's 'One For The Money' and 'Go Cat Go'.

Folder 107
Kinselas Showcases: 'The Singlettes';
Glenn Shorrock's 'One For The Money' and 'Go Cat Go'.

Folder 108
Doug Parkinson: one untitled handwritten notebook; and one handwritten notebook titled 'Motown Story, Dancing In The Street'.

Folder 109
Miscellaneous Kinselas material.

Folder 110
Doug Parkinson's 'Don't Fight It, Feel It'; theatre programme; newspaper clippings; promotional material; financial papers.

Folder 111
Doug Parkinson: 'Soul Man', (Adelaide Festival Centre), scripts, miscellania.
Songs, scripts from 'Balmain Boys' , 1987.


Box 15

Folder 112
Scripts, songs from 'Balmain Boys', 1980's - typewritten, annotated.

Folder 113
Scripts, songs from 'Balmain Boys', 1980's - typewritten, annotated..

Folder 114
Kinselas Showcases: 'Club/Gentleman Only' ( The Club ), 1979; 'Echo Point', '2001 - A Postcard', 'The Flying Pickets', 'The Mums', 1984-1986.

Folder 115
Kinselas Showcase: promotional material for 'The Mums' (Odyssey), 'Detours', 'The Reg Yabbie Troupe', 'Los Angeles Stand Up Comics', 'Sirens', 'Bouncers', George Melly, Mort Sahl. 1985-86.

Folder 116
Kinselas Showcases: 'Up'n Under' by John Godber - 1979, 1984-1986.

Folder 117
Kinselas Showcases: 'Take Me To Your Heart', 'Offenbach In The Underworld', 'Melvin Morrow', 'Travelling Light', 'Notta Lotta Serious Bits' - 1979, 1984-1986.

Folder 118
'Boogie Fever': promotional material, publicity schedule. Tony Crane 1989.

Folder 119
'Boogie Fever': Miscellania, background story, production costs, resume/biography, letters of agreement, set design.


Box 16

Folder 120
'Boogie Fever': incidental dialogue, miscellania, handwritten notes.

Folder 121
'Boogie Fever': publicity schedule, lecture pad.
'Heart Of Glass'.
'Anarchy In The U.K'.

Folder 122
Kinselas Showcase: promotional material for ' Shakesphere's Cabarat', 'Bitter And Silly', 'Big Daddy', 'The Naked Bunyip', 'Swan Hill to Vegas', 'Dancin' Man', 'The Life Of A Dancer', 'Broadway Ballet', 'Dancing In the Street', Daryl Braithwaite: correspondence, notes 'Starkers'

Folder 123
Kinselas Showcase: promotional material for 'The Melody Lords', 'Pardon Me Boys', 'The New Dimension'. 1987-1989.

Folder 124
Kinselas Showcase: promotional material for 'Nite Club Confidential', 'Crazy Paris', 'Crooners And Swooners', 'Flops!', 'Invasion', My Fair Lady, 'On Thin Ice', 'The Piano Men', 'Sing To Me', 'The Scurvy Bay Bicentennial'.

Folder 125
Notes, assorted scripts for 'Notta Lotta Serious Bits'.

Folder 126
Notes, assorted scripts for 'Notta Lotta Serious Bits'.

Folder 127
Kinselas general paperwork plus some financial papers - 1985-1989.


Box 17

Folder 128
Kinselas general paperwork - 1985-1989.

Folder 129
Kinselas general paperwork, including correspondence with Derek Glyne, Barney Josephson, Paul Gibbons, Ian Tasker, John Hanson, Jack Migdaliek, Derek Strahan (various submissions for Australian Content
News release 'Fringe Festival Of Cabaret' (Adelaide), Martin Bergman.
'The Return Of The Messiah' (newspaper clippings).

Folder 130
Kinselas general paperwork including correspondence with Leon Fink, Ansett Airlines, Steve Bluestien, Oswald-Sealy Display, Woodley Wines Pty.Ltd, Dan Bivins, Hilary Linstead, Mel Morrow, G H Healey & Co., Cameron Mackintosh Pty Ltd, Cartona Pty Limited - 1985-89.

Folder 131
Kinselas general paperwork including biographies of Graeme Blundell, Brandan Burke, Nicholas Eadie, Peter Fisher, Lewis Fitz-Gerald, Deborah Kennedy, Gary McDonald, Kelly Newton, Julie Nihill, Kris Ralph, Bernadette Robinson, Katrina Sedgwick, Lynda Stoner, Geraldine Turner, Patrick Ward, Hugo Weaving, Luz Yeomans, Bill Young, Gaynor Crawford.

Folder 132
Script 'Long Distance Call', by Jutta Goetze, Episode No. 17, 1993.
Script 'Homicide - The Live Show', Act 1 by Crawford Productions, 1992.

Folder 133
Script 'Damages', by Gordon Graham.

Folder 134
Script 'Sunday Lunch' , by Bill Garner, (April draft) 1991.

Folder 135
First draft 'Time Trax : To Kill A Billionaire', by Harold Gast 1992.
Script 'Just Talk (Apart From the Songs)'.


Box 18

Folder 136
Screenplay script 'Damages' , by Scott Frank 1992.

Folder 137
Script Painted Woman, by Sue Woolfe.

Folder 138
Script Mongrels, by Nick Enright 1990. (Third draft).

Folder 139
Screenplay script 'Sirens', by John Duigan 1992.

Folder 140
1984 script 'Home Brew', by Barry Donnelly. Includes speech by Bob Ellis to introduce play at The Gallipoli Memorial Club 1987.

Folder 141
ABC Radio script 1989 'Bananas', by David Foster.
'Precious Days On The Planet', a radio script by Deborah Cox Episode No.25, 1993.

Folder 142
'Alfred Comes Back', by Elizabeth Cowell (fourth draft), 1989.

Folder 143
'The Trouble With Mr. Trethaway', by Ian Coughlan (fourth draft), 1987.

Folder 144
'Memoirs Of An Invisible Man', a screenplay by Robert Collector and Dana Olsen, (Warner Bros.Inc.), revised draft.


Box 19

Folder 145
'Family Pictures : Night One',a screenplay by Jenifer Miller, 1992.

Folder 146
'Death And Other Bruises', a play by Christopher McKimmie.

Folder 147
'Giants At Dawn' , a screenplay by Denis Whitburn and Brian A. Williams,. 1992.

Folder 148
'Crime After Crime', a screenplay by Bruce Venables.

Folder 149
'Dreams Of Ordinary Men', story by Aaron Stevenson and Laurie Basten (second draft) 1992.

Folder 150
'Once Upon A ... Crime', a musical play by Arthur Sherman, music by Bob Young.

Folder 151
'The Man From Snowy River', by Peter Schreck, Episode One (first draft) 1992.

Folder 152
'Even Cowgirls Get The Blues', screenplay by Gus Van Sant (fifth draft) 1992.


Box 20

Folder 153
'Secret Friends', a screenplay by James Potter.

Folder 154
'Windmills And Wine', book and lyrics by Melvyn Morrow.
'The Boys Are Back In Town', comedy by Jim Pike.
'Buck The System', by Jim Pike 1989.

Folder 155
ABC TV drama script 'Greed', by Joanna Murray-Smith. ('Seven Deadly Sins').

Folder 156
'Portals Of Paradise' by Rob Mowbray, 1990.

Folder 157
Script 'Beating A Retreat', and letter by Melvyn Morrow, 1990.

Folder 158
'Custody', a short film by Sharon Mitchell 1991.
'Under Bloody Cover or Life After Fitzgerald', by G.L Brosnan 1988.

Folder 159
'Promised Land' by Julian Mitchell, (fourth draft) 1990.

Folder 160
'The Boys' by Gordon Graham.


Box 21

Folder 161
'Traps', a screenplay by Robert Carter.

Folder 162
'European Connection', a screenplay by Elliot A. McGarva, 1992.

Folder 163
Photocopy of novel 'The Girl Of The Sea Of Cortez', by Peter Benchley.

Folder 164
'Kenny's Coming Home' a play by Ned Manning, 1991.

Folder 165
'Exchange Lifeguards' a screenplay by Philip Avalon, 1991.

Folder 166
1985 screenplay 'Flick Of The Wrist', by Andy Anderson.

Folder 167
'Skytrackers : Skating The Dish', by Peck/Madafferi, Episode One, 1991.
'Waltzing Matilda' by Richard Magoffin, 1986.

Folder 168
'Pinter's Son Jim', a play by Henry Lawson, adapted by Brian Kiernan 1984.

Folder 169
'The Headbutt' a play by Stephen Abbott.


Box 22

Folder 170
'Gangster Of The Heart', a screenplay by Jude Alderson.

Folder 171
'Songs Of A Well Wisher' script by Dr. Len Green.
'Love Is Dangerous' script by A. Airey, (second draft) 1991.

Folder 172
'Closing Down' a screenplay by Bob Hudson and Ted Robinson, 1980.

Folder 173
'Rising Sundown' a play by Alan Hopgood, 1989.

Folder 174
'Cops And Robbers' a screenplay, 1992.

Folder 175
1989 music script 'What On Earth', by Chris Greenwood and Paul H. Riomfalvy.

Folder 176
'The Rest Of Daniel' a screenplay by Jeffrey Abrams, 1991.

Folder 177
Kinselas Showcases, 1987-1989:
Newspaper clippings, theatre programmes and promotional material.

Folder 178
Yakka Shirt Size M with 'Kingswood Country' logo.


Box 23

Folder 179
'The Songs Of A Sentimental Bloke' by Graeme Blundell (based on C J Dennis' work) - handwritten and typewritten, annotated.

Folder 180
'The Songs Of A Sentimental Bloke' by Graeme Blundell (based on C J Dennis' work) - typewritten.

Folder 181
'The Songs Of A Sentimental Bloke' by Graeme Blundell (based on C J Dennis' work) - typewritten, annotated.

Folder 182
'The Songs Of A Sentimental Bloke' by Graeme Blundell (based on C J Dennis' work) - typewritten, annotated.

Folder 183
'The Songs Of A Sentimental Bloke' by Graeme Blundell (based on C J Dennis' work) - typewritten, annotated.

Folder 184
'The Songs Of A Sentimental Bloke' by Graeme Blundell (based on C J Dennis' work) - handwritten and typewritten, annotated.

Folder 185
'The Songs Of A Sentimental Bloke' by Graeme Blundell (based on C J Dennis' work) - typewritten, annotated.

Folder 186
'The Songs Of A Sentimental Bloke' by Graeme Blundell (based on C J Dennis' work) - typewritten, annotated.


Box 24

Folder 187
'The Songs Of A Sentimental Bloke' by Graeme Blundell (based on C J Dennis' work) - typewritten (first typed version).

Folder 188
Photocopy of the publication The Songs Of A Sentimental Bloke by
C J Dennis.

Folder 189
'Sexual Perversity In Chicago' and 'The Duck Variations', two plays by David Mamet - photocopied and pasted then annotated.

Folder 190
'Came Back To Show You That I Could Fly',a screenplay by Richard Lowenstein, adapted from the book by Robin Klein.

Folder 191
'The Rest Of Daniel', a screenplay by Jeffrey Abrams - typewritten.

Folder 192
'WALG', a screenplay by Mac Gudgeon, 1990, based on the unpublished novel by B. Wangar - typewritten.

Folder 193
'Romper Stomper', a screenplay by Geoffrey Wright, 1991, typewritten..

Folder 194
'Nightspell', a screenplay by Bob Ellis, 1990 - typewritten.


Box 25

Folder 195
'Day Of The Dog', a screenplay by Archie Weller and James Ricketson, 1989 - typewritten.

Folder 196
'Rock-Ola', a play - typewritten, annotated.

Folder 197
'How Does Your Garden Grow', a play by Jim McNeil, 1973 - typewritten, annotated.

Folder 198
'Hammers Over The Anvil', a screenplay by Peter Hepworth and Ann Turner, 1991 (seventh draft) - typewritten.

Folder 199
Lyrics and notes for Glen Shorrock show - handwritten and typewritten, annotated.

Folder 200
Lyrics and notes for Glen Shorrock show - handwritten and typewritten, annotated.

Folder 201
Lyrics and notes for Glen Shorrock show - handwritten and typewritten, annotated.

Folder 202
Manuscript for Vocations, a play by Alma de Groen - typewritten, annotated.


Box 26

Folder 203
Flyers, newspaper clippings and press releases re Hair, 1991.

Folder 204
Hair -
Confidential Memorandum, 1991.
Promotional material, 1971.
'Empty Hands or Open Arms' by Walter Kerr.
General notes and notes for press release.

Folder 205
Hair -
Newspaper clippings.
Letters Of Agreement For Directors, 1991.
Correspondence, 1991.

Folder 206
Hair -
Audition schedule; production schedule; scene breakdown; script breakdown; correspondence (publicity arrangements), 1991.

Folder 207
Script for 'A Show of Strength' - handwritten and typewritten, annotated.

Folder 208
Pieces of script for 'A Show of Strength' - handwritten and typewritten, annotated.
Photocopies of summonses (one for 'A Show of Strength).
Part of script for 'The Motown Story'.

Folder 209
Miscellaneous notes, correspondence and lyrices re 'The Motown Story'.

Folder 210
'One For The Money' - programmes and newspaper clippings.


Box 27

Folder 211
'One For The Money' - tentative budget, correspondence, stage plans.

Folder 212
'One For the Money' - correspondence, articles and newspaper clippings.

Folder 213
'Two For The Show' - newspaper clippings, correspondence, resumes from Carol Starkey and Darrin Pentland.
'Go Cat Go' - publicity schedule and newspaper clippings.

Folder 214
'Go Cat Go' - newspaper clippings correspondence and schedules.
Siren - budgets, promotional material, article and correspondence.

Folder 215
Siren - correspondence, promotional material, theatre programme and newspaper clippings.

Folder 216
Siren - newspaper clippings, correspondence and miscellaneous items.

Folder 217
Siren - correspondence, newspaper clippings and miscellania.

Folder 218
Siren - correspondence, newspaper clippings, stage plans and miscellania.


Box 28

Folder 219
Script of The Odd Couple by Neil Simon - cut and pasted into a large notebook and annotated.

Folder 220
Notebook dated 9-6-90--> - includes comments on 'Rumors'.

Folder 221
Script of 'Rumors' by Neil Simon - cut and pasted into a large notebook and annotated.

Folder 222
Typewritten manuscript of 'Rumors' by Neil Simon.

Folder 223
Typewritten manuscript of 'Money & Friends', by David Williamson.

Folder 224
Script of The Perfectionist by David Williamson cut and pasted into large notebook and annotated.

Folder 225
Script of Siren by David Williamson cut and pasted into large notebook and annotated.


Box 29

Folder 226
Don's Party by David Williamson- newspaper clippings and Australian Performing Group Magazine.

Folder 227
Script of Don's Party by David Williamson cut and pasted into large notebook and annotated.
Newspaper clippings and publicity schedule.

Folder 228
Typewritten, annotated script Top Silk, by David Williamson.

Folder 229
Typewritten script 'A Man Of The Nineties' [ Top Silk ] by David Williamson (first draft).

Folder 230
Typewritten script of 'The Ripper Show (And How They Wrote It)' cut and pasted into a large notebook and annotated.

Folder 231
Typewritten script of Filumena by Eduardo de Filippo cut and pasted into a large notebook and annotated.

Folder 232
'The Revue Show' - notebook - handwritten.


Box 30

Folder 233
Script Hancock's Last Half Hour cut and pasted and annotated. Handwritten notes.

Folder 234
Manuscript 'Starkers' ('Ladies Night') - typewritten.

Folder 235
The Distant Home by Tony Morphett- script amendments, shooting schedule, cast list, safety report, crew list.

Folder 236
The Distant Home by Tony Morphett shooting schedule.

Folder 237
Typewritten, annotated script The Distant Home by Tony Morphett.

Folder 238
'Legacy' (G.P episode 129) by Craig Wilkins - script, cast list, crew list and shooting schedule - typewritten.

Folder 239
Script 'Legacy' (G.P episode 129) by Craig Wilkins - typewritten annotated.

Folder 240
Typewritten script , Modest Expectations by David Allen cut and pasted into a large notebook and annotated.


Box 31

Folder 241
On Our Selection, by Bert Bailey, adapted by George Whaley 1979 - typewritten, annotated.

Folder 242
Notes and essays on On Our Selection, by Bert Bailey, adapted by George Whaley 1979.

Folder 243
Typewritten script 'Lonely Lenny Lower' by Barry Dickens.

Folder 244
Two photocopied copies of The Threepenny Opera, by Bertolt Brecht.
Threepenny Harmonium by Kurt Weill.

Folder 245
Two typewritten scripts 'Lonely Lenny Lower' by Barry Dickens.

Folder 246
Typewritten, annotated script 'Lonely Lenny Lower' by Barry Dickens.

Folder 247
Typewritten script 'The Strewth Family Goes To Mars' by Barry Dickens 1986.

Folder 248
Two typewritten scripts 'Bedlam Autos' by Barry Dickens (one copy annotated).

Folder 249
'Bedlam Autos' by Barry Dickens - typewritten, annotated.
'Reservoir By Night', by Barry Dickens cut and pasted into an exercise book and annotated.


Box 32

Folder 250
Typewritten, annotated various drafts of 'Reservoir By Night' by Barry Dickens.

Folder 251
Typewritten, annotated various drafts of 'Reservoir By Night' by Barry Dickens.

Folder 252
Handwritten and typewritten annotated first drafts of 'Reservoir By Night' by Barry Dickens.
Barry Dickens newspaper clippings.

Folder 253
Various drafts including third typewritten draft of 'Reservoir By Night' by Barry Dickens.

Folder 254
The Caretaker by Harold Pinter cut and pasted into a large notebook and annotated.

Folder 255
One For The Road, by Harold Pinter cut and pasted into a large notebook and annotated.

Folder 256
Typewritten script 'Home Town' by Max Richards.


Box 33

Folder 257
Typewritten, annotated script 'A Bit Of Rough' by Gilly Fraser.

Folder 258
The Floating World by John Romeril 1982, cut and pasted into an exercise book and annotated.

Folder 259
Typewritten, annotated script 'The Suicide', by Nikolai Erdman.

Folder 260
Typewritten script Furious, by Michael Gow.

Folder 261
Benefactors, by Michael Frayn cut and pasted into a large notebook and annotated..

Folder 262
Typewritten, annotated script Away by Michael Gow 1985.

Folder 263
Script The Boys by Gordon Graham - typewritten.

Folder 264
Production schedule and call sheet for day 17 of 'Jury' an ABC production.


Box 34

Folder 265
ABC TV Drama Department Script Amendments for 'Jury' 1992.

Folder 266
Typewritten script 'Gino' by Vince Sorrenti and Larry Buttrose 1992.

Folder 267
Typewritten script 'Dallas Doll' by Ann Turner 1992.

Folder 268
Miscellania from 'The Ripper Show'.

Folder 269
Miscellaneous items for Floating World by John Romeril and Vocations by Alma de Groen.

Folder 270
Promotional material, budgets, scene breakups, newspaper clippings, correspondence for Top Silk by David Williamson

Folder 271
Promotional material, handwritten notes in notebook, correspondence for Top Silk by David Williamson

Folder 272
Published copy of Modest Expectations by David Allen, also newspaper clippings and correspondence.


Box 35

Folder 273
Modest Expectations by David Allen: correspondence and resumes.

Folder 274
Typewritten script Modest Expectations by David Allen.

Folder 275
Typewritten, annotated script (incomplete) Modest Expectations by David Allen.

Folder 276
Modest Expectations by David Allen - notes, schedules, costumes, programme (advertisement in The Age, 23 February, 1990) and flyer (The Playbox at the Malthouse, The Beckett Theatre).

Folder 277
Organ Recital, by Catherine Smith 1990 - typewritten.

Folder 278
Photocopy of 'Playing Shakespeare' by Trevor Nunn.
Annotated, typewritten photocopy of 'The Most Beautiful Man In England' by Barry Oakley.

Folder 279
Photocopy of typewritten script Susannah's Dreaming by Dorothy Hewett (radio play).

Folder 280
UBU by Alfred Jarry - typewritten, cut and pasted into an exercise book and
annotated


Box 36

Folder 281
'200 Years' by John Romeril, 1978 - typewritten,cut and pasted into an exercise book and annotated.

Folder 282
Sections of 'Balmain Boys' - typewritten, annotated.

Folder 283
Sections of script ' Balmain Boys' - typewritten, annotated.

Folder 284
'Shakespeare Was A Greek' by George Kapiniaris, Simon Palomares and Nick Giannopoulos 1989, (episode of 'Acropolis Now') - typewritten.
'Acropolis Now : Stage Show' - typewritten, annotated.

Folder 285
'Acropolis Now : Stage Show' - typewritten, annotated.
'Easter-Greek Style' by George Kapiniaris, Simon Palomares and Nick Giannopoulos, episode no. 8 - typewritten annotated.

Folder 286
International theatre programmes/pamphlets:
Royal Shakespeare Company -
'A Midsummer Night's Dream';
'The Winter's Tale';
'Twelfth Night'.
National Theatre of Japan -
General information leaflet;
Invitation to June Kabuki Program.
Playbill -
Volume 8, Dec 1971, Issue 12 (Alvin/Ethel Barrymore/Brook Atkinson Theatres).

Folder 287
Melbourne theatre programmes/pamphlets:
Melbourne Theatre Company -
'The Chocolate Frog with the Old Familiar Juice';
'Hotel in Amsterdam';
'Rookery Nook';
'As You Like It';
'Einstein';
'Dusa Fish Stas & Vi';
'Burke's Company'.

Folder 288
Melbourne theatre programmes/pamphlets:
Melbourne Theatre Company -
'The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui';
'Pack of Lies';
'Thark';
'Arden';
'How Does Your Garden Grow';
'The Crucible';
'The Doll Trilogy'.
MTC incorporating Young Melbourne Co-Activities leaflet for 1968.
Season programs for 1982, 1985 and 25th Anniversary Season.


Box 37

Folder 289
Melbourne theatre programmes/pamphlets:
St. Martins Theatre -
'Luv'.
Union Theatre Repertory Company -
'War and Peace';
'The Servant of Two Masters';
'The Representative';
'The Right Honourable Gentleman';
'A Delicate Balance';
'Night of the Ding Dong';
'Macbeth';
'Rhonoceros';
'Death of a Salesman';
'Incident at Vichy';
'Present Laughter';
'Moby Dick';
'The Right Honourable Gentleman' / 'A Flea in Her Ear'.
Seasons leaflets for 1967.

Folder 290
Melbourne theatre programmes/pamphlets:
Her Majesty's Theatre -
Max Gillies' and Phillip Scott's Night of National Reconciliation.
Melbourne Student Theatre -
Autumn Season program.
Perth theatre programmes/pamphlets:
The Octagon Theatre -
25th Festival of University Drama - 1970.
Sydney theatre programmes/pamphlets:
Kinselas -
'The Stripper'.
Opera House Drama Theatre -
'The Sunny South'.
Nimrod -
'Three Sisters';
'The Ride Across Lake Constance';
'You and the Night and the House Wine';
'The Choir';
'Accidental Death of an Anarchist';
'Teeth 'n' Smiles';
'Volpone';
'Backyard';
'The Struggle of the Naga Tribe';
'The Christian Brothers';
'A Toast to Melba'.

Folder 291
Sydney theatre programmes/pamphlets:
New Theatre -
Leaflet on 50 years of New Theatre.
Miscellaneous Theatre programmes/pamphlets:
Australian Studies Bulletin;
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra;
An Introduction to the Swan River;
Prospectus for the Drama Centre, London;
1981 Australian National Playwrights Conference and Theatre Forum;
'The Fall of the House of Usher'.
Three Christmas cards and a leaflet on cooking gemfish.

Folder 292
Hair : notes from rehearsals - handwritten.

Folder 293
Hair : Act I - typewritten script.

Folder 294
Hair : Act II - typewritten, annotated script.

Folder 295
Hair : Act I - typewritten script.

Folder 296
Hair : Prompt book - typewritten.


Box 38

Folder 297
'Don't Rock the Boat', a rock musical by Peter Steyne, typewritten.

Folder 298
'The Sentimental Bloke' script and lyrics by Graeme Blundell:
Miscellania.
Newspaper clippings. 1985.
Programme, 1988.

Folder 299
'The Sentimental Bloke' script and lyrics by Graeme Blundell - newspaper clippings. 1985.

Folder 300
'The Sentimental Bloke' script and lyrics by Graeme Blundell:
Newspaper clippings. 1985, 1986, 1988.
Correspondence, 1985, 1988.

Folder 301
'The Sentimental Bloke' script and lyrics by Graeme Blundell:
Correspondence, 1976, 1985, 1989;
Memorandum of Agreements;
Accommodation list, 1986;
Rehearsal Schedule;
Props and Furniture List, 1985.

Folder 302
'The Sentimental Bloke' script and lyrics by Graeme Blundell:
Index of songs;
Handwritten notes;
Music sheets;
Lyrics - typewritten;
Photocopy of promotional material and sections of theatre programme;
Photocopy of sections of original The Sentimental Bloke by C J Dennis.

Folder 303
'The Sentimental Bloke' script and lyrics by Graeme Blundell:
Photocopy of review by Humphrey McQueen;
Handwritten notes.
Photocopy of selected pages from The History of Australia.

Folder 304
Talking About C J Dennis by Ian F McLaren.
Handwritten notes in Lecture Pad.


Box 39

Folder 305
Don's Party by David Williamson:
Typewritten and handwritten notes;
Promotional material.

Folder 306
Don's Party by David Williamson:
Pre-production notes;
Pre-production correspondence, 1988-89;
Actors biographies.

Folder 307
Don's Party by David Williamson:
Publicity schedules;
Promotional material;
Correspondence, 1989;
Newspaper clippings, 1989.

Folder 308
Don's Party by David Williamson:
newspaper clippings, 1972, 1988, 1989

Folder 309
Don's Party by David Williamson:
newspaper clippings, 1972, 1988, 1989

Folder 310
The Threepenny Opera by Bertolt Brecht:
Publicity material;
Newspaper clippings;
Pre-production material;
Rehearsal schedules.

Folder 311
The Threepenny Opera by Bertolt Brecht:
Publicity material;
Newspaper clippings;
Pre-production material;
Background notes.

Folder 312
The Threepenny Opera by Bertolt Brecht:
Correspondence, 1984;
Director's notes - handwritten.


Box 40

Folder 313
The Threepenny Opera by Bertolt Brecht:
Newspaper clippings, 1984.

Folder 314
The Threepenny Opera by Bertolt Brecht:
Published script - cut, pasted and annotated.

Folder 315
The Threepenny Opera by Bertolt Brecht:
Photocopy of published script which has been cut, pasted and annotated.

Folder 316
Typewritten script 'Two Dog Night', (Episode 5 of 'Shaved Fish') by Susan Geason.

Folder 317
Typewritten script 'Thrill Kill', by Elliot A. McGarver and Angus MacDonald, 1991.

Folder 318
Typewritten, annotated script 'Sunday Lunch' by Bill Garner, 1991.

Folder 319
'The Battlers', screenplay by Peter Yeldman (based on The Battlers by Kylie Tennant), The First Two Hours, 1991 - typewritten.

Folder 320
'The Battlers', screenplay by Peter Yeldman (based on The Battlers by Kylie Tennant), The Second Two Hours, 1991 - typewritten.


Box 41

Folder 321
Stark by Ben Elton, Shooting Script Episodes 1, 2 and 3,1992 - typewritten.

Folder 322
Typewritten script 'Speed' by Geoffrey Wright 1992.

Folder 323
Typewritten screenplay 'Silent Partner' by Daniel Keene 1992. First draft.

Folder 324
Typewritten screenplay 'Silent Partner' by Daniel Keene 1993. Second draft.

Folder 325
Typewritten, annotated photocopy of 'Singapore Sling' a screenplay by Rob Marchand, story by Paul Barron and John Goldsmith, 1993.

Folder 326
Typewritten screenplay 'Sirens' by John Duigan, 1992.

Folder 327
Typewritten screenplay 'Sleepless In Seattle' by Jeff Arch 1992.

Folder 328
Typewritten script 'Speed' by Geoffrey Wright 1993. Sixth draft.


Box 42

Folder 329
Typewritten screenplay 'Love Is Dangerous'.

Folder 330
Typewritten third draft 'Mongrels', a play by Nick Enright, 1990.

Folder 331
Typewritten screenplay 'Radiant City', by Lewis Colick 1988.

Folder 332
Typewritten screenplay 'Red Rain' by Rosa Colosimo, story by Rosa Colosimo and Will Spencer, 1992.

Folder 333
Typewritten screenplay 'Rough Diamonds' by Donald Crombie and Christopher Lee.

Folder 334
Typewritten screenplay 'Crime After Crime' by Bruce Venables.

Folder 335
Typewritten screenplay 'Escape From Jupiter' (episodes 1-6), by John Patterson.

Folder 336
'H.H.H.' by T.Dysart, J Brockenshire and W Comly, 1991 - typewritten.
Typewritten script 'M C Dozo' by K Dysart, 1991.
Typewritten script 'Kenny's Coming Home' by Ned Manning.


Box 43

Folder 337 
Typewritten, annotated 'Flick Of The Wrist' by Andy Anderson, 1985.

Folder 338
Miscellania from Normie Rowe's 'Ain't Necessarily Rowe', including programme, sections of script, handwritten notes and newspaper clippings.

Folder 339
Material from Normie Rowe's 'Ain't Necessarily Rowe', including promotional material, typewritten, annotated script and a handwritten notes in a large exercise book.

Folder 340 
Material from Normie Rowe's 'Ain't Necessarily Rowe', including handwritten notes, press release and sections of script.

Folder 341
Newspaper clippings about Normie Rowe's 'Ain't Necessarily Rowe'.

Folder 342 
On Our Selection by Steele Rudd, adapted by George Whaley:
Notes, correspondence, list of cast.

Folder 343 
On Our Selection by Steele Rudd, adapted by George Whaley:
Theatre programmes and newspaper clippings.

Folder 344 
'Reservoir By Night', a play by Barry Dickins:
Promotional material, schedules, lyrics, sections of typewritten, annotated script and newspaper clippings.


Box 44

Folder 345
Filumena by Eduardo de Filippo:
Newspaper clippings, rehearsal schedules, handwritten notes, miscellania.

Folder 346
Filumena by Eduardo de Filippo:
Typewritten and handwritten notes, miscellania and newspaper clippings.

Folder 347 
The Odd Couple by Neil Simon:
Theatre programme, reviews, notes on Neil Simon and newspaper clippings.

Folder 348 
The Odd Couple by Neil Simon:
Miscellania.

Folder 349
The Odd Couple by Neil Simon:
Newspaper clippings.

Folder 350
'Rumors' by Neil Simon:
Newspaper clippings, correspondence, production schedules, proof roughs for programme, theatre programme, notes.

Folder 351 
'Rumors' by Neil Simon:
Newspaper clippings.

Folder 352
'Pack of Lies' by Hugh Whitemore:
Newspaper clippings for research and a typewritten, annotated script.


Box 45

Folder 353 
'Balmain Boys Don't Cry':
Pre-production schedules and miscellania, actors' contracts, promotional material, notes.

Folder 354 
'Balmain Boys Don't Cry'
Newspaper clippings and miscellania.

Folder 355 
'Balmain Boys Don't Cry'
Newspaper clippings.

Folder 356 
'Balmain Boys Strike Back':
Correspondence, Letters of Agreement,
notes, promotional material.

Folder 357 
'Benefactors':
Production notes, newspaper clippings.
'The Real Thing':
Theatre programme, newspaper clippings.

Folder 358 
'Notta Lotta Serious Bits':
Production notes, newspaper clippings, section of script (lyrics).

Folder 359
Miscellaneous handwritten and typewritten notes on 'Chidley', Golden Oldies and Hoopla Productions Pty Ltd.

Folder 360
'Pack Of Lies':
Correspondence, newspaper clippings, production notes.

Box 46

Folder 361
Screenplays and scripts:Long Tan: Screenplay 2nd Draft; Long Tan Introduction with production schedule and synopsis.

Folder 362

Screenplays and scripts: Flick of the Wrist (Andy Anderson) draft October 1993; Flick of the Wrist        (Andy Anderson) draft 30 January 1993

Folder 363

Screenplays and scripts: Mercury Episode 11 All the News that Fit to Print (Cliff Green), 1996; Mona, Gertrude, and Mary Lou (Jack Hibberd), 1983.

Folder 364

Screenplays and scripts: Sweet Dreams (Mac Gudgeon) 1995.

Folder 365

Screenplays and scripts: Rook screenplay (Giacommo Battiato & Tony Morphett), 1993; A Good Death: proposal for mini-series, 1994

Box 47

Folder 366

Screenplays and scripts: Sahara: Film transcription, 1995; Lust and Revenge

Folder 367

Screenplays and scripts: Eats Roots and Leaves, screenplay, Julian Dyer, 1994; Money and Friends, David Williamson, 1991

Folder 368

Screenplays and scripts: Out of Place (Merilyn Fairskye), 1993

Folder 369

Screenplays and scripts: Ashfield, screenplay (Michele Fawdon, Aubrey Mellor, Barry Otto, Deidre Rubenstein, Anna Volska), 1985; Personals (Michael Thornhill)

Folder 370

Screenplays and scripts: Lilian’s Story (Steve Wright), 1995; Gold Diggers, A Musical Comedy (Mark Bramble, Jon Marans, Ray Henderson, B G DeSylva, Lew Brown) 1990.

Box 48

Folder 371

Screenplays and scripts: House Gang (Craig Pearce) 1994; My Entire Life screenplay (Don Catchlove) 1990

Folder 372

Screenplays and scripts:When Love Bites (John Smythe), 1993; Romeo and Juliet Screen Adaption (Helen Mihajlovic) 1993

Folder 373

Screenplays and scripts: Race the Sun 1995; Shine (Jan Sardi), 1994.

Folder 374

Screenplays and scripts: Turning April (James W. Nichol), 1994; Taking Life (Joseph Blatchley and John Kerr), 1993.

Box 49

Folder 375

Screenplays and scripts: Heat Third Draft Screenplay (Michael Brindely & Beverly Blankenship) 1994; Heat (Michael Mann), 1994.

Folder 376

Screenplays and scripts: The Interview (Craig Monahan & Gordon Davie).

Folder 377

Screenplays and scripts: Splendid’s (Jean Genet) English version (May-Brit Akerholt and Jim Sharman) 1995; The Girl Who Spoke in Numbers (Helene Wong, Grant Hinden Miller, James Harrison) 1993

Folder 378

Screenplays and scripts: Spellbinder Episode 1 (Mark Shirrefs & John Thomson), 1994.

Box 50

Folder 379

Screenplays and scripts: Talkback (Coral Drouyn) 1990; Talkback Screenplay Treatment (Coral Drouyn).

Folder 380

Screenplays and scripts: Talkback (Coral Drouyn) U.S Draft 1990.

Folder 381

Screenplays and scripts: Naked – Fisherman’s Wake; Chicken Man.

Folder 382

Screenplays and scripts: Ryan’s Rules (Brian Dennehy) 1992.

Folder 383

Screenplays and scripts: Inner City (Ben Allan), 1994 ; A Fistful of Roubles or A Tsar is Born (Gordon Philpps), 1994

Folder 384

Screenplays and scripts: Buzz (Tyler Coppin & Warren Coleman), 1990; Men with Guns (Lachy Hulme) 1994.

Box 51

Folder 385

Screenplays and scripts: Bedlam Autos (Barry Dickens), 1986

Folder 386

Screenplays and scripts: Recreation (Elizabeth Butel); To Have and To Hold (Ross V. Lonnie)

Folder 387

Screenplays and scripts: The Bite (Terry Johnson), 1995.

Folder 388

Screenplays and scripts: The Catch, 1995

Folder 389

Brett Whitely Book: ‘October draft’, 9 October 1994, Chapter 1 – Chapter 9, with covering letter

Folder 390
Brett Whitely Book: ‘October draft’, 9 October 1994, Chapter 9 – Chapter 16

Folder 391

Brett Whitely Book: ‘October draft’, 9 October 1994, Chapter 17 – Chapter 24

Box 52

Folder 392

Brett Whitely Book:Draft

Folder 393

Brett Whitely: Writings on Whitely:  Whitely Retro – Melbourne July 1996: Review, several drafts; Living Art 1994; Untitled 1994.

Folder 394

Writings on Graham Kennedy; Essay Dating, 1996; Australian Talk (Royal Hotel Paddington 1995); Doctors and Nurses: synopsis and cast list.

Folder 395

Australian Artists Starting File 1989: material relating to establishment of actors group ‘Australian Artists Films’

Folder 396

Material on Australian Bicentennial Authority National Commissionings Program; AAF Submission (biographies and photographs of actors)

Folder 397

Victorian Institute of Secondary Education Drama Subcommittee: Material related to accreditation of Year 12 Drama as a subject 1979: submission to Victorian Institute of Secondary Education, correspondence, notes, Drama Sub-committee notes,  

Folder 398

Celebrity Speakers: correspondence 1983-84.

Box 53

Folder 399- 404

Medivac: scripts, shooting schedules, call sheets, cast list, 1996.

Box 54

Folder 405

Commercials

Folder 406

Commercials

Folder 407

Commercials

Folder 408

Commercials

Folder 409

Commercials

Folder 410

MTC (Melbourne Theatre Company) 1984-1985: Correspondence, meetings, reports and other documents.

Folder 411

MTC (Melbourne Theatre Company) 1984-1985: Correspondence, meetings, reports and other documents.

Folder 412

Graeme Blundell – Articles and Speeches 1970 – 1991

Folder 413

Graeme Blundell – Articles and Speeches 1970 - 1991

Box 55

Folder 414

Graeme Blundell – Articles and Speeches 1970 – 1991

Folder 415

Correspondence 1970 - 1983

Folder 416

Correspondence 1970 - 1983

Folder 417

Correspondence 1970 - 1983

Folder 418

Correspondence 1970 - 1983

Folder 419

Correspondence 1970 - 1983

Folder 420

Correspondence 1984 - 1993

Folder 421

Correspondence 1984 - 1993

Folder 422

Correspondence 1984 - 1993

Folder 423

Correspondence 1984 - 1993

Folder 424

Correspondence 1984 - 1993

Box 56

Folder 425

Correspondence 1994-1996

Folder 426

Correspondence 1994 - 1996

Folder 427

Correspondence 1994 - 1996

Folder 428

Correspondence 1994 - 1996

Folder 429

Correspondence 1994 - 1996

Folder 430

Correspondence 1994 - 1996

Folder 431

Correspondence 1994 - 1996

Folder 432

Miscellanea: invitations, programmes, production sketches.

Folder 433

Compulsory Century: Notes and script

Folder 434

Personal documents: sale of property 1994-1995.

Folder 435

Folder 'Gino' : miscellaneous papers including casting notes, material for coffee commercial

Box 57

Folder 436

Inside Dope, Paul Thomas, proof

Folder 437

Two Sides of a Triangle, Peter Yeldham, proof

Folder 438

Close Ups, Alan Gould, proof

Folder 439

Is There a Moderate on The Roof ?,  Tom Molomby, proof

 

 

Folder 440 (Oversize)

Framed poster for The Best of Friends.

 


Av Box 1

Av 1
Audio Cassette Tape:
'The Gambler' by Peter Brewis, Bob Goody and Mel Smith. (Original cast recording, Act I).

Av 2
Audio Cassette Tape:
Talk About Talkies, presented by Derek Strahan. The Neverending Story, The Woman In Red, La Balance, Incubus, The Demon, Terms Of Endearment. Presented on Radio Eastern Sydney 2RES-FM 89.7.

Av 3
Audio Cassette Tape:
Normie Rowe, Grafton RSL, 2/9/89, second set, 'Touching Perfection'.

Av 4
Audio Cassette Tape:
'Fukamachi Jun'.

Av 5
Audio Cassette Tape:
'The Gym', a musical based on a story, by Bob Diamond, with music and lyrics by Derek Strahan. Sung by Kirri Adams and Marty Rhone.

Av 6
Audio Cassette Tape:
'The Elevators'.

Av 7
Audio Cassette Tape:
'Ain't Necessarily Rowe' by Carrie Barr.

Av 8
Audio Cassette Tape:
Angela Ayres at Kinselas.

Av 9
Audio Cassette Tape:
Miss Amanda Manhattan.

Av 10
Audio Cassette Tape:
'Salsa', February 89 - Toni A.

Av 11
Audio Cassette Tape:
Dave Warner - 'Planet Pres', October 18 1985, Playhouse, Perth, WA.

Av 12
Audio Cassette Tape:
'Australian Stories' by Bill Smith and Friends.

Av 13
Audio Cassette Tape:
Normie Rowe, Sawtell RSL, 1/9/89.

Av 14
Audio Cassette Tape:
Side A: Dale Arbiter and Doug Hoare; Dr. Hilary Long and Doug Hoare, on 'Surface Tension, 1985.
Side B: Cathy Armstrong - Carol Instoor, Piece for Radio National 'Ready To Go'.

Av 15
Audio Cassette Tape:
'From Adolf With Love' by Walter Edwards, recorded at Luxton Hall, Melbourne, featuring Marnie Hall.

Av 16
Audio Cassette Tape:
Side 1: 'Sundry Mondaye', Harold Park Hotel, Oct 18 1988.
Side 2: Japanese.

Av 17
Audio Cassette Tape:
Songs by Wayne Sinclair, 1986.

Av 18
Audio Cassette Tape:
'Rack of Normie'/'Not So Grouse'.

Av 19
Audio Cassette Tape:
'Comedy Songs / J. Seidel'.

Av 20
Audio Cassette Tape:
Pete Steyne.

Av 21
Audio Cassette Tape:
McCann-Erikson: ALP ' It's Time'.

Av 22
Audio Cassette Tape:
George Melly.

Av 23
Audio Cassette Tape:
'Once Upon A Crime' by Arthur Sherman.

Av 24
Audio Cassette Tape:
'Sweet Will' by Lance Mulcany, New York, 1986.

Av 25
Audio Cassette Tape:
'The Very First Ever Debettes'. (Original demo tape).

Av 26
Audio Cassette Tape:
Ian Atwood, A:R.copyright 1988.

Av 27
Audio Cassette Tape:
Side 1: Normie Rowe, Twin Towns RSL, 'Ain't Necessarily Rowe'.
Side 2: Other songs.

Av 28
Audio Cassette Tape:
Dub of ABC recording of Geoff Kelso at Sydney Festival Writers Week, 1986.

Av 29
Audio Cassette Tape:
'The Phones, Live At The Troubabour'. Eight Selected Songs.

Av 30
Audio Cassette Tape:
'Never Underestimate The Power Of A Song', various artists.


Av Box 2

Av 31
Video cassette:
'Balmain Boys Don't Cry'.

Av 32
Video cassette:
Big Daddy - Big Daddy - Billie Jean and more from Rhino.

Av 33
Video cassette:
'Deadly Sins', Acts I and II, Friday 29/6/84, Kinselas, Sydney.

Av 34
Video cassette:
George Melly.

Av 35
Video cassette:
'Pardon Me Boys', Queensland Day Concert; 'Hey Hey It's Saturday', Sydney Town Hall, Newsworld.

Av 36
Video cassette:
'Sweet Atmosphere', Showreel.

Av 37
Video cassette:
'Le Joke', April 1986, The Cabbage Brothers.

Av 38
Video cassette:
'The Fabulous Singlets', Showreel.

Av 39
Video cassette:
'The Fabulous Singlets' Part II (Midday Show).

Av 40
Video cassette:
Normie Rowe - 'Welcome Home', Vietman Vets March .

Av 41
Video cassette:
'Boogie Fever' - Mark Williams, Liz Lord, Tony Serio, Carol Starkey.

Av 42
Video cassette:
'Ain't Necessarily Rowe'.

Av 43
Video cassette:
Jane Clifton.

Av 44
Video cassette:
'The Dolly Sisters'. 17/8/86.


Av Box 3

Av 45
Video cassette:
Janice Perry aka Gal, Burlington City Hall, 7 September 1986.

Av 46
Video cassette:
Vicious Boys on 'Game For A Laugh', 27/3/85 and '6 O'Clock Show', 4/5/85.

Av 47
Video cassette:
Glynn Nicholas in 'Glynn With A Why' at Bay Street Theatre.

Av 48
Video cassette:
'Jazmines', Ana Marie Stekelman.

Av 49
Video cassette:
1. 'Balmain Boys Don't Cry'.
2. The Delltones.

Av 50
Video cassette:
'Stop In The Name Of Love' - Kinselas, 16/7/86.

Av 51
Video cassette:
Shorrock, 1988, Perth.

Av 52
Video cassette:
'Normie Rowe in Concert'.

Av 53
Video cassette:
'Balmain Boys Don't Cry'.
'Balmain Boys Strike Back'.

Av 54
Video cassette:
Excerpts from Echos Of Ruby Dark by Daniel Keene.

Av 55
Video cassette:
Paula Kelly.

Av 56
Video cassette:
Renee Geyer.

Av 57
Video cassette:
'The Melody Lords', 20/12/1988.

Av 58
Vinyl single record:
'It's Time/Hippy Gumbo' by Alison McCallum.

Av 59
Audio cassette:
Williamson.

AV 60
Audio Cassette: Dorothy Hewett interviewed by Margot Hilton, 1981.

AV 61
Audio Cassette: Talks: D Hewett, B. Haakson: Forum on Women’s Literature 1980.

AV 62
Audio Cassette: Susan Geason interviewed by Graeme Blundell 1992.

AV 63
Audio Cassette: David Atkins.

AV 64
Audio Cassette: Bryan Brown and Fiona Huges (Idiot Box), 2 February 1997.

AV 65
Audio Cassette: Carl Hiassen, Bernadette Robinson.

AV 66
Audio Cassette: Prue Miles  5 December 1991.

AV 67
Audio Cassette: Taped conversation Graeme Blundell and Robin Wallace-Crabbe, James Blundell, A. Punch, King.

AV 68
Audio Cassette: [Title illegible]

AV 69
Audio Cassette: Alistair Kershaw 11 November 1991; A. I. Finney 11 November 1991.

AV 70
Audio Cassette: Robin Wallace-Crabbe.

AV 71
Audio Cassette: James Blundell 12 December 1991; Corrie Perkins; Bob Hison.

AV 72
Audio Cassette: Bryan Brown, Greg Hocking, 25 October 1991.

AV 73
Audio Cassette: Nick Pounder on Kershaw 12 November 1991.

AV 74
Audio Cassette: Gabrielle Lord July 1992.

AV 75
Audio Cassette: Bon-Bons Music.

AV 76
Video Cassette: Berlie Cast, 8 February 1991, assorted dancers, athletes.

 

 

Album 1

Page 1
One Negative:
Unknown child.
Two Colour Slides:
Kinselas when it was a funeral parlour.

Page 2
B/w photo:
Innocent Bystanders.

Page 3
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 4
B/w photo:
Oh by Ted Neilsen - Peter Cummins and Jillian Archer.

Page 5
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 6
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 7
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 8
Colour photo:
Untitled.

Page 9
Colour photo:
Untitled.

Page 10
Colour photo:
Untitled.

Page 11
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 12
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 13
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 14
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 15
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 16
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 17
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled.

Page 18
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled.

Page 19
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 20
B/w photo:
John Duigan - Chicago Chicago (The Man From Chicago) by John Romeril.

Page 21
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 22
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 23
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled.

Page 24
B/w photo:
Untitled. [Jon Hawkes as 'Dinga' in Who by Jack Hibberd].

Page 25
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 26
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 27
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled.

Page 28
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 29
B/w photo:
Bruce Spence as Mannix. Rod Moore as John Wren. Speech at Richmond Racecourse previous to Mannix' return to his 'beloved homeland'

Page 30
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 31
B/w photo:
The Feet of Daniel Mannix.
Actors: Bruce Spence, Rod Moore and John Smythe.

Page 32
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 33
B/w photo:
[Norm and Ahmed].

Page 34
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 35
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled.

Page 36
B/w photo:
Dr Karl's Kure. May Day - Yarra Bank 1970. Dr Karl's wife - Kerry Dwyer; False Consciousness - Meg Clancy; Dr Karl - Bill Garner.

Page 37
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 38
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 39
Negatives:
Street Theatre - Brother Dave, written by John Romeril and directed by Graeme Blundell. Factory Tour 1971-72().

Page 40
Negatives:
Street Theatre - Brother Dave, written by John Romeril and directed by Graeme Blundell. Factory Tour 1971-72().

Page 41
B/w photo:
APG: Production photo of Marvellous Melbourne feature 'the stage within the stage', a sort of Victorian drama stage.

Page 42
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 43
B/w photo:
['Marvellous Melbourne'].

Page 44
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 45
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 46
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 47
B/w photo:
APG/Pram Factory. Exterior: Pram Factory during Chicago Chicago June 1971, designed by Craig Hare. NB truck - this provided a platform for a street play that preceded main performance.

Page 48
B/w photo:
APG/Pram Factory. Exterior: Pram Factory during Chicago Chicago June 1971, designed by Craig Hare.

Page 49
B/w photo:
APG: Chicago Chicago by John Romeril, Pram Factory, 1970. Graeme Blundell as 'the man from Chicago'.

Page 50
B/w photo:
Melbourne University. Rehearsal for S------ Show.

Page 51
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 52
B/w photo:
The Group.

Page 53
B/w photo:
APG: Portable Theatre Troupe at Williamstown factory, 1971.

Page 54
B/w photo:
APG: Street Theatre. Prahan housing crisis.


Album 2

Page 55
Four b/w photos:
[Outside HM Prison Pentridge].

Page 56
Four b/w photos:
[Outside HM Prison Pentridge]

Page 57
Four b/w photos:
[Outside HM Prison Pentridge]
John Duigan in The Front Room Boys
Untitled.

Page 58
One coloured photo and three b/w photos:
Untitled.
[Outside HM Prison Pentridge].

Page 59
Four b/w photos:
Bruce Spence in The Front Room Boy, Perth, 1970.
Untitled.

Page 60
Four b/w photos:
[ Dimboola ]
Untitled
[ The Front Room Boys ]

Page 61
Four b/w photos:
[Outside HM Prison Pentridge]
Bruce Spence in The Front Room Boys
[ The Front Room Boys ].

Page 62
Four b/w photos:
Untitled
[Outside HM Prison Pentridge]
[ The Front Room Boys ].

Page 63
Three b/w photos and 1 colour photo:
[ Dimboola ].

Page 64
Three b/w photos:
[ The Front Room Boys ]
[Outside HM Prison Pentridge].

Page 65
Four b/w photos:
[ The Front Room Boys ]
Untitled
[ Dimboola ].

Page 66
Four b/w photos:
[ The Front Room Boys ].

Page 67
Two b/w photos:
Moratorium, 1970, Melbourne.

Page 68
Three b/w photos and a season ticket:
[ The Front Room Boys ]
Season ticket
[Outside HM Prison Pentridge]

Page 69
Three b/w photos:
[ The Front Room Boys ].

Page 70
B/w photo:
Peter Cummins and Jon Hawkes, I Don't Know Who to Feel Sorry For by John Romeril. La Mama Theatre, 1969. Directed by Graeme Blundell.

Page 71
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 72
B/w photo:
[ I Don't Know Who to Feel Sorry For ].

Page 73
B/w photo:
[ Norm and Ahmed ].

Page 74
B/w photo:
'The red-ragger O'Meara', Des Fitzgerald in Marvellous Melbourne. Directed by Graeme Blundell. Pram Factory, 1970.

Page 75
B/w photo:
Meg Clancy, Jon Hawkes, Kerry Dwyer in I Don't Know Who to Feel Sorry For by John Romeril. La Mama Theatre, 1969. Directed by Graeme Blundell.

Page 76
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 77
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 78
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled

Page 79
B/w photo:
Untitled

Page 80
B/w photo:
Untitled

Page 81
B/w photo:
The Feet of Daniel Mannix by Barry Oakley. Max Gillies - 'Santamaria', Bruce Spence - 'Mannix', Rod Moore - 'John Wren'. 'The Threat From the North'.

Page 82
B/w photo:
Max Gillies and Bruce Spence in The Feet of Daniel Mannix.

Page 83
B/w photo:
Bruce Spence and Tony Taylor in The Feet of Daniel Mannix by Barry Oakley.

Page 84
B/w photo:
Bruce Spence as 'Mannix' in The Feet of Daniel Mannix by Barry Oakley. At the Pram Factory 1971.

Page 85
B/w photo:
Untitled

Page 86
B/w photo:
Jon Hawkes as 'Dinga' in Who by Jack Hibberd.

Page 87
B/w photo:
Untitled

Page 88
B/w photo:
Bruce Spence as 'Mannix' and Max Gillies as 'Billy Hughes' in The Feet of Daniel Mannix by Barry Oakely. 'The Conscription Issue'.

Page 89
B/w photo:
Untitled [Beach Theatre]

Page 90
B/w photo:
APG Beach Theatre, 1971.

Page 91
B/w photo:
Untitled

Page 92
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled

Page 93
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled

Page 94
B/w photo:
Kerry Dwyer - White With Wide Wheels by Jack Hibberd. Perth Festival, 1970.

Page 95
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled

Page 96
B/w photo:
Untitled

Page 97
B/w photo:
Untitled

Page 98
B/w photo:
Untitled

Page 99
B/w photo:
Untitled

Page 100
B/w photo:
Untitled

Page 101
B/w photo:
Untitled

Page 102
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled

Page 103
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled

Page 104
B/w photo:
Untitled

Page 105
B/w photo:
[Pram Factory rehearsal, 1970, 'Marvellous Melbourne].

Page 106
B/w photo:
Untitled


Album 3

Page 107
B/w photo:
[Pram Factory rehearsal, 1970, 'Marvellous Melbourne].

Page 108
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled

Page 109
B/w photo:
Untitled

Page 110
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled

Page 111
B/w photo:
Untitled

Page 112
B/w photo:
Untitled

Page 113
B/w photo:
Untitled

Page 114
B/w photo:
Untitled

Page 115
Black/red photo:
Untitled

Page 116
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled

Page 117
B/w photo:
Kerry Dwyer as Celia in I Dont' Know Who to Feel Sorry For, La Mama Theatre, 1969.

Page 118
B/w photo:
APG - The Miracle Play, 1970, Pop Festival Play, Melbourne University Union.

Page 119
B/w photo:
They've Gone and Chopped One of Her Norks Off.

Page 120
B/w photo:
'Marvellous Melbourne'

Page 121
B/w photo:
APG - Beach Theatre, 1971 Summer, plays on pollution - New Years Honours Play.

Page 122
Two colour and three b/w photos:
[ Dimboola ]
[ The Front Room Boys ].

Page 123
One colour and three b/w photos:
[ Dimboola ]
[Outside HM Prison Pentridge]
[Norm and Ahmed.

Page 124
Three b/w photos:
Untitled
[ The Front Room Boys ]
Joe Duigan and Lindsay Smith in The Front Room Boys.

Page 125
Typewritten note accompanying photographs on pp 126-129.

Page 126
B/w photo:
Alan Howard, Sara Kestleman and John Kane in A Midsummer Night's Dream.

Page 127
B/w photo:
Sally Jacobs' working model for the set. The trapezes, coils, ladders, gallery of feather throne are all present. [A Midsummer Night's Dream].

Page 128
B/w photo:
[A Midsummer Night's Dream].
Demetrius is framed by the stilts of Puck - Puck's invisible scene ... A very good theatrical idea.

Page 129
B/w photo:
[A Midsummer Night's Dream].
Titania/Hippolyta and Bottom are about to be levitated on their red feather throne. Oberon/Theseus and Puck look on.

Page 130
B/w photo:
APG - 1970 - John Duigan and Kerry Dwyer in Buzo's The Front Room Boys, 1970 Perth Festival.

Page 131
B/w photo:
APG Seminar 100 Years of Indigenous Theatre Pram Factory, 23/11/1972.

Page 132
B/w photo:
La Mama - Kerry Dwyer in I Don't Know Who to Feel Sorry For, 1969.

Page 133
B/w photo:
La Mama - possibly May Day Rally, 1969.

Page 134
B/w photo:
La Mama - various group members at Williamstown Park in 1969 - includes Peter Carmody, Kerry Dwyer and Viv Curzon.

Page 135
B/w photo:
La Mama workshop, 1969 - Brian Davies and Al Finnay.

Page 136
Four b/w photos:
Bruce Spence in [ The Front Room Boys ]
[ The Front Room Boys ]
Rod Moore and Kerry Dwyer in The Front Room Boys by Alex Buzo.

Page 137
B/w photo:
La Mama, 1969 - Lindsay Smith in Norm and Ahmed by Alex Buzo, directed by Graeme Blundell.

Page 138
Two b/w photos:
Street Theatre, May Day Rally, 1970.
Original members of APG - includes Graeme Blundell, Kerry Dwyer, Meg Clancy, Lindy Davies, Bruce Spence, Rod Moore, 1969.

Page 139
B/w photo:
La Mama, Jan. 1970 - Bill Garner and Kerry Dwyer in White With Wire Wheels by Jack Hibberd.

Page 140
B/w photo:
[Graeme Blundell]

Page 141
B/w photo:
La Mama - Jon Hawkes and Kerry Dwyer in White With Wire Wheels by Jack Hibberd.

Page 142
B/w photo:
Untitled

Page 143
B/w photo:
Untitled

Page 144
B/w photo:
La Mama, Jan. 1970 - Bill Garner and Kerry Dwyer in White With Wire Wheels.

Page 145
B/w photo:
La Mama, Jan. 1970 - Graeme Blundell, Kerry Dwyer, Jon Hawkes and Bill Garner in White With Wire Wheels.

Page 146
B/w photo:
Sue Murray, Bill Garner, Al Finney, Geoff Gardiner.


Album 4

Page 147
Magazine clipping b/w photo:
Anne Pendlebury, Paul Bailey, Graeme Blundell, Harry Martin, Maggie Millar, George Ogilvie Catherine Behan, Malcolm Robertson and David Kendall.

Page 148
Magazine clipping b/w photo:
Patricia Leehy, Robin Lovejoy, Helen Morse, Kirrily Nolan, Brian Syron, Aaarne Neeme, Jim Sharman and Alex Buzo.

Page 149
Magazine clipping:
Article accompanying photographs on pp 147-148.

Page 150
Magazine clipping:
Continuation of article accompanying photographs on pp 147-148.

Page 151
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 152
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 153
B/w photo:
Peter Cummins and Bruce Spence in Who, Perth 1970.

Page 154
B/w photo:
Kerry Dwyer.

Page 155
B/w photo:
D'Abbs.

Page 156
B/w photo:
Marvellous Melbourne.

Page 157
B/w photo:
Kerry Dwyer.

Page 158
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 159
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled.

Page 160
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled.

Page 161
B/w photo:
Jon.

Page 162
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled.

Page 163
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 164
Two b/w photos:
[ The Front Room Boys ]
Jack Hibberd, copyright R McDonald, 1967.

Page 165
B/w photo:
[Bruce Spence].

Page 166
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 167
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled.

Page 168
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 169
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled.

Page 170
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 171
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 172
B/w photo:
[Pram Factory rehearsal, 1970, 'Marvellous Melbourne].

Page 173
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 174
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 175
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 176
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 177
B/w photo:
Graeme Blundell, Bill Garner and Jon Hawkes in White With Wire Wheels by Jack Hibberd.

Page 178
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 179
Two colour and two b/w photos:
[ The Front Room Boys ]
[ Dimboola ].

Page 180
Four b/w photos:
[ Dimboola ].

Page 181
Three b/w photos:
[ Dimboola ].

Page 182
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled.

Page 183
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 184
B/w photo:
Peter Cummins as Charlie in I Don't Know Who to Feel Sorry For by John Romeril.

Page 185
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled.

Page 186
B/w photo:
Kerry Dwyer and Jon Hawkes in I Don't Know Who to Feel Sorry For by John Romeril, directed by Graeme Blundell, La Mama, 1969.

Page 187
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 188
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 189
B/w photo:
[Bruce Spence].

Page 190
B/w photo:
[Bruce Spence].

Page 191
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 192
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 193
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled.

Page 194
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 195
B/w photo:
Untitled.


Album 5

Page 196
Two b/w photos:
[Bruce Spence in The Front Room Boys ].
[ The Front Room Boys ].

Page 197
Three b/w photos:
[ Dimboola ]
Untitled.

Page 198
Two b/w photos:
[ The Front Room Boys ]
APG - The Front Room Boys by Alex Buzo, Perth 1970.

Page 199
Three b/w photos:
Untitled
[ The Front Room Boys ].

Page 200
Three b/w photos:
[ Dimboola ]
Untitled.

Page 201
Three b/w photos:
Untitled
[ Dimboola ]
[ Norm and Ahmed ].

Page 202
Three b/w photos:
[ Norm and Ahmed.

Page 203
Four b/w photos:
[ Norm and Ahmed ].

Page 204
Five b/w photos:
[Lindsay Smith in Norm and Ahmed ]
[ Dimboola ]
[ Norm and Ahmed ].

Page 205
One b/w photo and one colour photo:
[ Norm and Ahmed ]
[ Dimboola ].

Page 206
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled.

Page 207
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled.

Page 208
B/w photo:
[Bruce Spence].

Page 209
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled.

Page 210
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 211
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 212
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 213
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled.

Page 214
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 215
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 216
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 217
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled.

Page 218
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled.

Page 219
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 220
Four b/w photos:
[ Dimboola ]
Untitled.

Page 221
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 222
Two b/w photos:
Untitled
[ The Front Room Boys ].

Page 223
One colour photo and two b/w photos:
Untitled
[ The Front Room Boys ]
[ Dimboola ].

Page 224
Two b/w photos:
[ The Front Room Boys ].

Page 225
Two b/w photos:
Untitled.
The Front Room Boys by Alex Buzo, Perth Festival, 1970.

Page 226
Two colour photos and one b/w photo:
Steve J Spears, Ellis Palm Beach, 1981.
Lindy Davies.

Page 227
B/w photo proofs:
[Includes Charles Tingwell]

Page 228
B/w photo proofs:
[Includes Charles Tingwell]

Page 229
B/w photo proofs:
[Includes Charles Tingwell]

Page 230
B/w photo proofs:
[Includes Charles Tingwell]

Page 231
B/w photo:
Graeme Blundell and Bruce Spence in The Man From Chicago ( Chicago Chicago ).

Page 232
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 233
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 234
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 235
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled.

Page 236
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled.

Page 237
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled.

Page 238
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled.

Page 239
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled.

Page 240
Two b/w photos:
Untitled.

Page 241
Three b/w photos:
[Outside HM Prison Pentridge]
Untitled.

Page 242
Four b/w photos:
[ Norm and Ahmed ]
[Graeme Blundell]
Untitled
[Outside HM Prison Pentridge].

Page 243
Three b/w photos:
[Outside HM Prison Pentridge]
Untitled.

Page 244
Two colour photos and one b/w photo:
[ Dimboola ]
Untitled.

Page 245
Two b/w photos:
[ The Front Room Boys ].


Album 6

Page 246
Two b/w photos:
Untitled.

Page 247
B/w photo:
Untitled
['Marvellous Melbourne'].

Page 248
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 249
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 250
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 251
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 252
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 253
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 254
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled.

Page 255
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 256
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled.

Page 257
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 258
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled.

Page 259
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 260
B/w photo:
Its a Tall Building - [Peter Cummins and Bruce Spence in The Man From Chicago ( Chicago Chicago )].

Page 261
B/w photo proofs:
[Includes Lindy Davies and Bruce Spence].

Page 262
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 263
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 264
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 265
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 266
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 267
B/w photo:
La Mama.

Page 268
B/w photo:
Peter Cummins, as an escaped American President in The Man From Chicago ( Chicago Chicago ) by John Romeril.

Page 269
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 270
B/w photo:
Moo ... Moo - Peter Cummins and Bruce Spence in The Man From Chicago (Chicago Chicago).

Page 271
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 272
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled.

Page 273
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 274
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 275
Two b/w photos:
Untitled.

Page 276
Three b/w photos:
Untitled.
[ Norm and Ahmed ]
Untitled.

Page 277
Three b/w photos:
Untitled

Page 278
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 279
Six strips of negatives.

Page 280
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 281
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 282
Four b/w photos:
Untitled.

Page 283
Four b/w photos:
Untitled.

Page 284
Three b/w photos:
Bruce [Spence]
[ Dimboola ]
Untitled.

Page 285
Two b/w photos and one colour photo:
Untitled
[Bruce Spence].

Page 286
Two b/w photos:
Untitled.

Page 287
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 288
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled.

Page 289
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled.

Page 290
B/w photo:
La Mama - The Great Oscar Wilde Trial by Barry Dickens (Oscar Wilde - Ross Dixon and The Prosecuting Attorney - Maz Hansord).

Page 291
B/w photo:
La Mama - The Interview by Barry Dickens (Howard Stanley - the interviewer).

Page 292
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 293
B/w photo:
Untitled.


Album 7

Page 294
B/w photo:
The Whole Worlds Watching.

Page 295
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 296
B/w photo:
Rod Moore, Graeme Blundell and Bruce Spence in Chicago Chicago (The Man From Chicago) by John Romeril.

Page 297
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 298
B/w photo:
La Mama 1969 - Kerry Dwyer and Meg Clancy in Chicago Chicago.

Page 299
B/w photo:
La Mama - The Interview by Barry Dickens (Howard Stanley - the interviewer).

Page 300
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 301
B/w photo:
The Pram Factory 1970 - Chicago Chicago (The Man from Chicago).

Page 302
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 303
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled.

Page 304
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 305
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 306
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled.

Page 307
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 308
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 309
B/w photo:
La Mama company - improvisation Session, 1968.

Page 310
B/w photo:
Lindy Davies and Ian Robinson as George and Marthe in Chicago Chicago by John Romeril - Pram Factory, 1970.

Page 311
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 312
B/w photo:
[Max Gillies and Bruce Spence].

Page 313
B/w photo:
Peter Cummins as Monk O'Neil in A Stretch of the Imagination by Jack Hibberd.

Page 314
B/w photo:
[Bruce Spence].

Page 315
B/w photo:
Pram Factory rehearsals, 1970 - Marvellous Melbourne.

Page 316
B/w photo:
APG Moratorium Rally.

Page 317
B/w photo:
Kerry Dwyer and Jon Hawkes in I Don't Know Who to Feel Sorry For by John Romeril, La Mama, 1969.

Page 318
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 319
B/w photo:
Lindy Davies and Jon Hawkes in I Don't Know Who To Feel Sorry For by John Romeril, directed by Graeme Blundell, La Mama, 1969.

Page 320
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 321
B/w photo:
Martin Phelan and Rod Moore in I Don't Know Who to Feel Sorry For by John Romeril, La Mama, 1969, directed by Graeme Blundell.

Page 322
Four b/w photos:
Text.
Jodie Gillies, Danielle Gaha and The Eddys - One For the Money.
Glenn Shorrock - One For The Money.

Page 323
Four b/w photos:
Glenn Shorrock - One For the Money.
Danielle Gaha and Jodie Gillies - One For the Money.
Jodie Gillies - One For the Money.

Page 324
Four b/w photos:
The Eddys and Jodie Gillies - One For the Money.
Jodie Gillies - One For the Money.

Page 325
B/w photo:
The girls from It's My Party.

Page 326
B/w photo:
Jodie Gillies - Well It's One for the Money - 1987.

Page 327
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 328
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 329
B/w photo:
Doug Parkinson - starring in Kinselas cabaret production Soul Man 1987.

Page 330
B/w photo:
Doug Parkinson - starring in Kinselas cabaret production Soul Man 1987.

Page 331
B/w photo:
Sue Cruickshank.

Page 332
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 333
B/w photo:
Carol Starkey, Mark Williams, Elizabeth Lord in Boogie Fever.

Page 334
B/w photo:
[Carol Starkey, Mark Williams, Elizabeth Lord in Boogie Fever].

Page 335
B/w photo:
Carol Starkey, Mark Williams, Elizabeth Lord in Boogie Fever.

Page 336
B/w photo:
[Carol Starkey, Mark Williams, Elizabeth Lord in Boogie Fever].

Page 337
Two colour slides:
Boogie Fever.

Page 338
Seven strips of negatives:
Boogie Fever.

Page 339
Five strips of negatives:
Untitled.

Page 340
One strip of negatives:
Untitled.


Album 8

Page 341
B/w photo:
Bob Hudson, 1979.

Page 342
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled

Page 343
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled

Page 344
B/w photo proofs:
Untitled

Page 345
B/w photo proofs:
[Boogie Fever].

Page 346
B/w photo:
[Boogie Fever].

Page 347
B/w photo:
[Boogie Fever].

Page 348
B/w photo:
[Boogie Fever].

Page 349
B/w photo:
[Boogie Fever].

Page 350
B/w photo:
[Boogie Fever].

Page 351
B/w photo:
[Boogie Fever].

Page 352
B/w photo:
George Washingmachine and Ian Date - Sweet Atmosphere.

Page 353
B/w photo:
[Graeme Blundell].

Page 354
B/w photo:
[Graeme Blundell].

Page 355
Two b/w photos:
Untitled.

Page 356
One colour photo and one b/w photo:
Michael Bartholomew, Musical Director of It's My Party.
Julie-Anne Haseler in Miss Julie & The Playthings.

Page 357
B/w photo:
Julie-Anne Haseler in Miss Julie & The Playthings.

Page 358
B/w photo:
Julie-Anne Haseler in Miss Julie & The Playthings.

Page 359
Four colour photos:
Kathryn Westlake
Jill Brown
Monique Morrell
Elizabeth Mauric

Page 360
Four colour photos:
Danny Holland
Karen Colston
Zoe Carides
Cabrielle Schornegg.

Page 361
Four colour photos:
Leah Vlahos
Jane Parker
Debbie Newsome
Melinda Marcellos.

Page 362
Four colour photos:
Kate Turner
Linda Stainton
Louise Blackwell
Caryn Ship.

Page 363
Four colour photos:
Peta Gischus
Gael Ballantyne
Renae Johnson
Avagail Herman.

Page 364
Four colour photos:
Cindy Prichard
Annie Finsterer
Anita Combe
Katrina Sedgwick

Page 365
B/w photo:
Kelly Newton.

Page 366
B/w photo:
Sara Dakin.

Page 367
B/w photo:
Kris Ralph.

Page 368
B/w photo:
Luz Yeomans.

Page 369
B/w photo:
'Pardon Me Boys'.

Page 370
B/w photo:
Garry McDonald.

Page 371
Colour photo:
[Kinselas].

Page 372
Colour photo:
[Kinselas].

Page 373
Colour photo:
[Kinselas].

Page 374
Colour photo:
[Kinselas].

Page 375
Colour photo:
Kinselas.

Page 376
B/w photo:
Kinselas in halcyon days, 1985ish.


Album 9

Page 377
B/w photo:
The Eddys - Go Cat Go.

Page 378
B/w photo:
Carol Starkey, Toni Allayialis in Go Cat Go.

Page 379
Two colour photos:
Glenn Shorrock.

Page 380
One colour photo:
Glenn Shorrock.

Page 381
B/w photo:
Glenn Shorrock.

Page 382
B/w photo:
Danielle Gaha, Glenn Shorrock and Jodie Gillies - Two For the Show.

Page 383
B/w photo:
Glenn Shorrock, The Eddys, Jodie Gillies, Dannielle Gaha - Two For the Show.

Page 384
B/w photo:
Danielle Gaha, Glenn Shorrock and Jodie Gillies - Two For the Show.

Page 385
B/w photo:
Danielle Gaha, Glenn Shorrock and Jodie Gillies - Two For the Show.

Page 386
B/w photo:
Glenn Shorrock.

Page 387
B/w photo:
Glenn Shorrock.

Page 388
B/w photo:
Glenn Shorrock.

Page 389
Two strips of negatives:
Two For the Show.

Page 390
B/w photo:
Glenn Shorrock.

Page 391
B/w photo:
David Williamson and Graeme Blundell.

Page 392
Colour photo:
[Jean Kitson and Nick Carrafa in Siren ].

Page 393
Colour photo:
[Jean Kitson and Mike Bishop in Siren ].

Page 394
Colour photo:
[John Orcsik, Jean Kitson, Mike Bishop and Nick Carrafa in Siren ].

Page 395
Colour photo:
[Nick Carrafa and Tracey Harvey in Siren ].

Page 396
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 397
Colour photo:
[Includes Marion Edwards].

Page 398
Colour photo:
Untitled.

Page 399
Colour photo:
[Includes Marion Edwards].

Page 400
B/w photo:
[Includes Marion Edwards].

Page 401
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 402
B/w photo:
[Includes Marion Edwards].

Page 403
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 404
Colour photo:
Untitled.

Page 405
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 406
Colour photo:
Untitled.

Page 407
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 408
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 409
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 410
Three colour photos:
Steele Rudd - memorial stone.
Steele Rudd country.

Page 411
Two colour photos:
Steele Rudd country.

Page 412
Two colour photos:
Steele Rudd country.

Page 413
Two colour photos:
Steele Rudd country.

Page 414
Four colour photos:
Steele Rudd country.
[Graeme Blundell in Reservoir by Night].
[Reservoir by Night].

Page 415
One colour photo:
[Graeme Blundell in Reservoir by Night].

Page 416
B/w photo:
Graeme Blundell in Reservoir by Night.

Page 417
B/w photo:
[Graeme Blundell in Reservoir by Night].

Page 418
B/w photo:
[Graeme Blundell in Reservoir by Night].

Page 419
B/w photo:
[Graeme Blundell in Reservoir by Night].

Page 420
B/w photo:
[Reservoir by Night.].

Page 421
B/w photo:
Graeme Blundell in Reservoir by Night.

Page 422
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 423
B/w photo:
Golden Oldies.


Album 10

Page 424
Three colour slides:
On Our Selection.

Page 425
Colour photo proofs:
On Our Selection.

Page 426
Colour photo proofs:
On Our Selection.

Page 427
Colour photo proofs
On Our Selection.

Page 428
Colour photo proofs and two colour photos:
On Our Selection.

Page 429
B/w photo:
On Our Selection.

Page 430
B/w photo:
On Our Selection.

Page 431
B/w photo:
On Our Selection.

Page 432
B/w photo:
On Our Selection.

Page 433
B/w photo:
Filumena (with Graeme Blundell).

Page 434
B/w photo:
Filumena (with Graeme Blundell).

Page 435
B/w photo:
Filumena.

Page 436
B/w photo:
Filumena.

Page 437
B/w photo:
Filumena.

Page 438
B/w photo:
Filumena.

Page 439
B/w photo:
Filumena.

Page 440
B/w photo:
Filumena.

Page 441
Two strips of negatives:
Untitled.

Page 442
B/w photo:
Untitled.

Page 443
B/w photo:
Mel Carroll.

Page 444
Three colour photos:
Stage set for Siren.

Page 445
One b/w photo and one colour photo:
Untitled.

Page 446
B/w photo:
Portrait of Normie Row as Jean Val Jean in Les Miserables painted by Rolf Harris.

Page 447
B/w photo:
[Normie Row in Les Miserables].

Page 448
B/w photo:
[Normie Row in Les Miserables].

Page 449
B/w photo:
[Normie Row in Les Miserables].

Page 450
B/w photo:
The Threepenny Opera by Bertolt Brecht.

Page 451
B/w photo:
Cartoons by Georg Grosz.

Page 452
B/w photo:
Cartoons by Georg Grosz.

Page 453
B/w photo:
Cartoons by Georg Grosz.

Page 454
B/w photo:
[Bertolt Brecht].

Page 455
B/w photo:
[Bertolt Brecht].

Page 456
B/w photo:
The Threepenny Opera by Bertolt Brecht.

Page 457
B/w photo:
The Threepenny Opera by Bertolt Brecht.

Page 458
B/w photo:
Don's Party by David Williamson.

Page 459
B/w photo:
Don's Party by David Williamson.

Page 460
B/w photo:
John Jarratt, Fay Bendrups and Michael Bishop in The Sentimental Bloke, 1985.

Page 461
B/w photo:
Brian Brown as Pencil in Backyard 1980 Playwrights Conference.

Page 462
B/w photo:
Pat Hutchinson as Miss Prism in The Importance of Being Earnest, 1980.

Page 463
B/w photos:
Four photos taken at Australian National Playwrights Conference committee meeting c.1981.

Page 464
B/w photos:
Four photos taken at Australian National Playwrights Conference committee meeting c.1981.

Page 465
Colour photos:

Page 466
Colour negatives:
Some domestic, some unidentified, some taken at Australian National Playwrights Conference committee meeting 1981.


Album 11

Photographs: Rehearsing Modest Expectations; Balmain Boys Don’t Cry (Steve Spears, Blundell, John Clayton, Genevieve Mooy) Kinsela’s 1982; Best of Friends: Angela Punch McGregor; Training Film (Max Gillies); Reservoir By Night; David Williamson; On Our Selection; Lord Mayor of Brisbane and Blundell July 1996.

Map Cabinet 2

Drawer 10
Miscellaneous theatre posters and one large press photograph