Campbell Howard Index - B

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24 Author Bailey, Bert
  Title On Our Selection
  Date 1912 and after (evolved in production; several extant versions)
  Length Four Acts
  Setting I Exterior of the Rudd family's home, "Single-Top".
II A Room in Dad's house.
III.i Exterior of Dave's hut, "Lillville".
III.ii Exterior of Dad's new house at Saddletop.
IV The interior of the barn on Dad's selection at Saddletop.
  Characters 1. JOSEPH MURTAGH RUDD ("DAD")
2. DAVE RUDD, his son
3. JOE RUDD, Dave's brother
4. MALONEY
5. SANDY
6. REVEREND McPHERSON
7. JOHN CAREY
8. JIM CAREY, John's son
9. CRANKY JACK
10. MRS RUDD ('MUM')
11. SARAH, her daughter
12. KATE, her daughter
13. UNCLE RUDD
14. LILY WHITE, later Dave's wife
15. MRS WHITE, Lily's mother
16. BILLY BEARUP, in love with Sarah
17. BAILIFF
18. TROOPER
  Cast 1. Bert Bailey
2. Fred McDonald 3. Arthur Bertram
4. Edmund Duggan
5. Guy Hastings
6. Alfred Harford
7. George Kensington
8. George Treloar
9. Jack P. Lennon
10. Miss Alfreda Bevan
11. Miss Laura Roberts
12. Miss Mary Marlowe
13. Willie Driscoll
14. Miss Lilias Adesen
15. Miss Queenie Sefton
16. Alfred Harford
17. Arthur Joyce
18. Sam Ellerton
Note that the Characters of the Bailiff and the Trooper are omitted from the text of the play, although included in the first production.
  Subject(s) Bush Life; Drought; Family Relations
  Published Currency Press, Sydney, 1984.
  Held in MS/TS

See Helen Musa's essay "Who Wrote The Play?" in the Currency Press edition (1984) for details of Manuscripts A, B, C and other versions. ANL (MS 6141 series 2 folder 43-45) Manuscript A, Bailey's handwritten drafts and Manuscript C.

NUNE: Campbell Howard Collection. Drafts in four notebooks

     
25 Author Bedford, Eric
  Title Pendulum, The
  Date 1932
  Length Three Acts: Four Scenes
  Setting I Stanworth's library and study. A summer evening in 1931.
II The same. A winter evening six months later
III.i The same. A summer afternoon six months later.
III.ii The same. That evening.
  Characters RICHARD STANWORTH
MARGARET STANWORTH
DR PAUL RENAULT
JEFFREY DALE
MARTHA DALE
OLETTE
LIONEL
SIR JOHN BLAYDON
YOUNG BLAYDON
MANSERVANT
  Subject(s) Science
  Published Australasian Press Agency, Sydney, 1932.
     
26 Author Bedford, Ruth
  Title Fear
  Date 1930
  Length One Act
  Setting The living room of a lonely cottage on a moor. At night.
  Characters A HUSBAND
A WIFE
  Subject(s) Verse Drama
  Published The Author, Sydney, 1930.
  Held in MS/TS NUNE: Campbell Howard Collection.
     
27 Author Bedford, Ruth
  Title Murder Next Door
  Date 1930
  Length Three Acts
  Setting I Mrs Fanning's House. The present.
II The same.
III The same.
  Characters BARBARA LAYTON, Mrs Fanning's niece
HETTY
MRS FANNING
OLIVER BLUNT, Mrs Fanning's son
GREGSON, the detective
MATTHEW CALDWELL, Mrs Fannings's uncle
BETTY CHESTER, another niece of Mrs Fanning
  Subject(s) Murder
  Held in MS/TS NUNE: Campbell Howard Collection.
     
28 Author Bedford, Ruth
  Title Postman's Knock (Original Title: The Legacy)
  Date 1930 ca
  Length One Act
  Setting The living-room of the Parkers' small house in a Sydney suburb.
  Characters MR PARKER
MRS PARKER
JIM, their son
SHIRLEY DALTON
UNCLE SOL BAKER
THE MATRON
  Subject(s) Domestic Life; Money; Social Status
  Held in MS/TS NUNE: Campbell Howard Collection.
     
29 Author Beeby, George S.
  Title Banner, The
  Date 1923
  Length Three Acts: Five Scenes
  Setting I. The publishing office of the Boondi Banner.
II.i The drawing room of the Crosslands' homestead. A week later.
II.ii The same. Two nights later.
III.i A parlor of the Commercial Hotel, Boondi. Five days later.
III.ii The publishing office of the Boondi Banner.
  Characters MICHAEL RICE, Mayor of Boondi
JOHN PENNY, Proprietor of the Boondi Banner
MARGARET PENNY ("PEG"), his daughter
JAMES PENNY, his son (aged 16)
ALFRED MARTIN ("MARTY"), a compositor
PHINEAS BOOTY, M.P.
REV. A. CORNFORD, a Methodist clergyman
ANDREW DUNCAN, President of the Boondi Shire Council
KENNETH SMITH, farmer and Shire Councillor
PERCIVAL WHITCOMB ("GOLLY"), a jackeroo employed on Crosslands' Station
GEORGE CROSSLAND, a sheep station owner
MISS CROSSLAND, his daughter
LADY BEAMISH, an aunt of Golly's
DIANA WHITCOMB, her niece
  Subject(s) Bush Life; Newspapers; Work and Business
  Published Concerning Ordinary People: Six Plays, Gordon and Gotch, Sydney, 1923.
     
30 Author Beeby, George S.
  Title Dregs
  Date 1923
  Length Three Acts: Seven Scenes
  Setting I.i The Board-room of Bamfords Ltd. 1915.
I.ii The same. Three months later.
II.i The Library of John Bamford's London home. Twelve months later.
II.ii A dugout in France. Three months later.
II.iii A corner of No Man's Land. The same night.
III.i A private room in the "Blue Bird" Cafe. Three months after the War.
III.ii The Library of Sir John Bamford's London house. The same day.
  Characters JOHN BAMFORD, a manufacturing chemist and Mayor of Wingham, later Sir John Bamford
MARGARET BAMFORD, his sister and Acting-Mayoress of Wingham
JAMES and GEOFFREY BAMFORD, his sons
DOROTHY BAMFORD, his daughter
AUDREY BAMFORD, wife of James Bamford
ALDERMAN PYE
CANON DEBENHAM
GEORGE PURDY, a workman
COLONEL MARSH, LIEUTENANT BROOKLEIGH, MAJOR LEE, LIEUTENANT COLLINS, PTE. SMITH, British soldiers in France
ANTHONY ANTIL, a director of Bamford's Ltd
COLONEL HEIGHWAY, of the War Office (On Secret Service)
TOWNSPEOPLE OF WINGHAM, etc.
  Subject(s) Family Relations; Money; Science; War; World War I
  Published Concerning Ordinary People: Six Plays, Gordon and Gotch, Sydney, 1923.
     
31 Author Beeby, George S.
  Title In Quest of Pan
  Date 1924
  Length One Act
  Setting Around a camp fire in a remote forested ravine in Australia.
  Characters THE MASTER
THE FIRST APOSTLE
THE MAJOR POET
SUNDRY MINOR POETS
THE MAJOR POETESS
SUNDRY MINOR POETESSES
PAN
SATYRS, FAUNS, NYMPHS, BACCHANALS, MAENADS, CENTAURS, etc.
  Subject(s) Art and Artists; Fantasy; Lindsay, Norman; Verse Drama; Writers and Writing
  Published Sydney, Tyrrells Limited, 1924, subtitled "Being a narrative...of certain Hyperboreans in search of the Ultimate Form of Art Expression."
     
32 Author Beeby, George S.
  Title One Touch O' Nature
  Date 1923
  Length One Act
  Setting The combined dining-room, kitchen, bath and laundry of the house of the coal miner James Adams.
  Characters JAMES ADAMS, a coal miner
MARTHA ADAMS, his wife
JAMIE, their son
JOHNNIE COLEMAN, a coal miner
GEORDIE WATKIN, a coal miner
SUSAN WATKIN, his wife
PARSON FENWICK, a Baptist clergyman
  Subject(s) Trade Unionism; Work and Business
  Published Concerning Ordinary People: Six Plays, Gordon and Gotch, Sydney, 1923.
     
33 Author Beeby, George S.
  Title Point O' View, The
  Date 1923
  Length Four Acts
  Setting I The living room of John Davidson's house.
II A sitting room at "Marsland".
III The Central Criminal Court, Melbourne.
IV The same as Act I.
  Characters JOHN DAVIDSON, boot machinist
MARTHA DAVIDSON, his wife
EVA DAVIDSON, his daughter
JAMES DAVIDSON, his son
ALBERT DAVIDSON, his son aged 12
VICTORIA MAY DAVIDSON, his daughter aged 14
MRS BARNES, a next door neighbour
ANDREW THOMPSON, Pres. of the Boot Operatives' Union
GUS STONE, Secretary of the Boot Operatives' Union
JULIUS MARSLAND, a wealthy boot-manufacturer
GERTRUDE MARSLAND, his wife
JOAN MARSLAND, his daughter
TED MARSLAND, his son
JEREMIAH JACKSON, a wealthy boot-manufacturer
DOROTHY JACKSON, his daughter
ARCHDEACON SMYTH, an Anglican clergyman
MR JUSTICE HOLWEY
J. HALSTON, K.C., a Crown Prosecutor
BRUCE MIDDLETON, K.C., a barrister
JUNIOR BARRISTERS, A SHERIFF'S OFFICER, TWO POLICE OFFICERS, JURYMEN, etc.
  Subject(s) Law and Justice; Trade Unionism; Work and Business
  Published Concerning Ordinary People: Six Plays, Gordon and Gotch, Sydney, 1923.
     
34 Author Beeby, George S.
  Title Potter and Clay
  Date 1923
  Length Two Episodes
  Setting I The sitting room of John Ashbourne's apartment, one of three converted flats.
II The same.
  Characters JOHN ASHBOURNE, a bachelor, Professor of Mathematics
MARTHA GARSIDE, an old maid
MRS BLAND, a housekeeper
  Subject(s) Marriage
  Published Concerning Ordinary People: Six Plays, Gordon and Gotch, Sydney, 1923.
     
35 Author Beeby, George S.
  Title Still Waters (a.k.a. Five Nights in 'Frisco)
  Date 1923
  Length Three Acts: Six Scenes
  Setting I.i The dining room of Paul Conway's home at Roseville .
I.ii The same.
II.i "The Cave", a San Francisco cafe.
II.ii A room in a private hospital in San Francisco.
III.i The same as Act I.
III.ii The same.
  Characters PAUL CONWAY, a solicitor's accountant
ESTHER CONWAY, his wife
CORNELIUS CONWAY, his son (a medical student)
JULIA and LETITIA CONWAY, his daughters
DR CAMMIDGE, a suburban physician
MARY, a housemaid
JANE JONES, of San Francisco
DR AYLWARD, an English physician CONNIE BRIGHT, LOU ADAMS, PETROVSKI, LUDO, ARISTO, CLAUDIA, and OTHERS, habitues of "The Cave"
NURSE COLLINS, of San Francisco
MAY ASHLEY, PAUL DIBLEY and NORMAN THWAITE, members of the Roseville Literary Circle
WAITERS, POLICE OFFICERS, etc.
  Subject(s) Art and Artists; Theatre Life; Writers and Writing
  Published Concerning Ordinary People: Six Plays, Gordon and Gotch, Sydney, 1923.
     
36 Author Bell, Harold G.
  Title Died of Wounds
  Date 1938
  Length One Act
  Setting A living room in John Sturdee's house. About 8.00 p.m.
  Characters JOHN STURDEE, Master grocer
MARY STURDEE, his wife
LENNY, their eight years old son
DAVID STURDEE, John Sturdee's brother
  Subject(s) Anzac Legend; Family Relations; Politics and Ideology; Returned Servicemen; Suicide; War; World War I
  Held in MS/TS NUNE: Campbell Howard Collection.
     
37 Author Biaggini, Ernest Gordon
  Title Dream Corner
  Date 1950
  Length Prologue,Three Acts, and Epilogue
  Setting Prologue: A Drawing Room. A Red Cross Post behind the Lines.
I.i A room in Lady Mannaford's Baby Bank.
I.ii The same. Twenty minutes later.
II The same. Two years later. Epilogue: The same as Prologue. Later in the evening.
  Characters 1. PAUL FRY, Red-Cross orderly
2. DR McWHIRR, President W.M.A.
3. DAN JONES
4. JOHN SMITH
5. DYING SOLDIER
6. MRS GIGGLETON
7. MRS BROWN
8. MARY BROWN
9. LADY MANNAFORD, a philanthropist
10. BISHOP OF WOBBLEBURY
11. JOAN SLOW
12. PROFESSOR QUECK, Director of Baby Bank
13. MRS NEWUN
14. BILL GIGGLETON
15. PRIME MINISTER
16. G MEN, THE VOICE, NEWSBOYS
  Cast 1. Thomas Byrne
2. Frank Bailey
3. Colin Lovering
4. Robert Leach
5. Graham Nance
6. Claudia Mather
7. Rhoda Bone
8. Phyllis Baker
9. Valerie Peacock
10. Jack Miller
11. Betty Simpson
12. Joan Bailey
13. Lila Eberhard
14. Norman MacLucas
15. John Rohde
16. Dean Roberts, Kenneth Partington, Raymond Osborn
  Subject(s) Fantasy; Nuclear Threat; Pacifism; Science; War
  Held in MS/TS NUNE: Campbell Howard Collection (Two versions are held, the original performed in 1950, and a shorter, revised text).
     
38 Author Blackett, Harry
  Title Darwin Calls Us
  Date 1930
  Subject(s) Bush Life
     
39 Author Blewett, Dorothy
  Title First Joanna, The: A Play in Three Acts
  Date 1941
  Length Three Acts: Five Scenes
  Setting I The verandah of the Old House at Chateau Deveron, a vineyard in South Australia. The summer of late 1945.
II.i The drawing room of Sir Bertram Taverner, Governor of a Women's Gaol in Tasmania. The autumn of 1837.
II.ii The living room at Chateau Deveron in 1862.
II.iii The same. October 1885.
III The same. The evening of the same day as Act I.
  Characters THE SECOND STEPHEN DEVERON
MRS COLLINS
THE SECOND JOANNA DEVERON, Stephen's wife
HALLEY VAN DRYTEN, U.S. Army Captain
JOCELYN CUMIN, Stephen's second cousin
MISS EDITHA AND MISS VIOLA DEVERON, Stephen's twin great aunts (aged 92)
JACKSON, the chauffeur
THE FIRST STEPHEN DEVERON, aged 22, 47, 69
SIR BERTRAM TAVERNER, Governor of a Women's Gaol
LADY CAROLINE TAVERNER, his wife
MISS BEATRICE TAVERNER, his sister
CAPTAIN (LATER MAJOR) JULES SMITH, aged 29,54
JOANNA MILLAY (THE FIRST JOANNA), aged 17, 42,64
AUGUSTA DEVERON, aged 20
PHILIP DEVERON, aged 14
THE YOUNG EDITHA AND VIOLA, aged 10
MRS HATTIE VAN DRUYTEN, Halley's mother
MRS SWINNERTON
COLONEL SWINNERTON
  Subject(s) Colonial Period; Family Relations; Pioneers; Social Status
  Held in MS/TS NUNE: Campbell Howard Collection. QU: Hanger Collection.
     
40 Author Blewett, Dorothy
  Title Quiet Night: A Play in Three Acts
  Date 1941
  Length Three Acts
  Setting I The service section of one of the wards in the Memorial Wing of St Agnes' Hospital. The Present.
II The same.
III The same.
  Characters 1. SISTER MURPHY
2. PROBATIONER
3. SISTER RANKIN
4. NURSE SINCLAIR
5. NURSE SPARROW
6. NURSE WILLIAMS
7. PATSY
8. SMITH
9. ROBERTS
10. RUSSELL KEANE
11. DR. MacREADY
12. LEILA CLAYTON
13. MATRON
14. DR CLAYTON
  Cast 1. Netta Thompson
2. Marjorie Jones
3. Carmen Virgoe
4. Mary Fitzgerald
5. Betty Little
6. Nita McLeod
7. Kathleen Morris
8. Joy Blackall
9. Joy Blackall
10. Dudley Pollard
11. Jim White
12. Clarice Graham
13. Kitty Virgoe
14. William Clarkson
  Subject(s) Hospitals
  Published Australasian Publishing Co, Sydney, 1944. Acting edition, Australasian Publishing Co, 1953.
     
41 Author Boyd, Susan
  Title Heritage
  Date 1933
  Length One Act: Two Scenes
  Setting I.i The Library at Bromleigh Hall. England. The present.
I.ii The same.
  Characters SIR JASPER BROMLEIGH
FRANCES FANCOURT
DONOVAN, a manservant
LADY ELIZABETH BROMLEIGH
GERALD BROMLEIGH
SIMON BROMLEIGH
  Subject(s) Family Relations; Paranormal and Spiritual
  Held in MS/TS NUNE: Campbell Howard Collection.
     
42 Author Boyes, W. Watson
  Title First Fratricide, The
  Date 1865
  Length Four Acts
  Setting I.i Near the gate of Eden. Evening.
I.ii The same.
I.iii The same.
II.i Before Adah's house.
II.ii Cain's work place.
II.iii In Cain's house.
III.i Near Eden.
III.ii The garden of Cain's house.
III.iii Wood.
IV.i Near Eden.
IV.ii Where Abel was murdered.
  Characters ADAM
CAIN
ABEL
LUCIFER
EVE
ADAH
ZILLAH
TWO ANGELS
FAIRIES
  Subject(s) Murder; Mythology; Religion
  Published Smithson Bros., Melbourne, 1921.
     
43 Author Brand, Mona Alexis
  Title Flood Tide
  Date 1955
  Length Three Acts: Seven Scenes
  Setting I.i The downstairs sitting room in the Cooper's two-story home in the Hunter Valley, New South Wales. One morning towards the end of the summer of 1955.
I.ii The same. Just after 6.00 pm the same evening.
II.i The upstairs room in the Cooper's home. Early the next morning.
II.ii The same. The same night.
II.iii Two days later, in the morning.
III.i The same as Act I. The next day.
III.ii The same. Late the same afternoon.
  Characters EVELYN COOPER
JOAN ROBERTS
FRANK WYBURN
JIM COOPER
CAROLINE BARTON
MARGARET WYBURN
HARRY COX
WILL COX
FRED, TINY, LES, STAN, JOCK, coal miners
BERT
SID
ANOTHER COAL MINER
  Subject(s) Bush Life; Flood
  Held in MS/TS NUNE: Campbell Howard Collection.
     
44 Author Brand, Mona Alexis
  Title Here Under Heaven (a.k.a. Lola)
  Date 1947
  Length Three Acts: Four Scenes
  Setting The living room at Mingana, a Queensland sheep station.
I An afternoon early in March 1942.
II Early the next morning.
III.i Before dinner that evening.
III.ii After dinner the same night.
  Characters RICHARD HAMILTON, son of Amelia Hamilton
REYNOLDS, an overseer
MRS AMELIA HAMILTON
HELEN HAMILTON, aged 14
ROSIE, a servant girl
JILL RAMSAY
IRIS HAMILTON
LOLA HAMILTON
SHIRLEY BLAIR
MRS HETTY CARROW
  Subject(s) Assimilation; Race Relations
  Published Here Under Heaven: Three Plays by Mona Brand, Wentworth Press, Sydney,1969. Yackandandah Playscripts, Melbourne, 1989. Also Published in Russian and possibly in Chinese.
  Held in MS/TS NUNE: Campbell Howard Collection. QU: Hanger Collection.
     
45 Author Brand, Mona Alexis
  Title No Strings Attached
  Date 1958
  Length Three Acts: Seven Scenes
  Setting I.i Taikong Airport.
I.ii The living room at the Wrexell's private suite at the Hotel de Paris in Taibang. Two days later.
II.i The same. Several days later. About 9.00 p.m.
II.ii The same. Two days later. In the afternoon and evening.
III.i The same. A week later. In the afternoon.
III.ii The same. The same day. About 8.00 p.m.
III.iii Taikong Airport. A week later.
  Characters MR DOPPELDANGER, an American tourist
NORMANBY TEMPLETON, an Englishman
MRS TEMPLETON, his mother
HANK and SHELLEY RICHARDSON, an American honeymoon couple
TAIKONGESE HOSTESS AT TAIKONG AIRPORT
TAIKONGESE WAITER AT AIRPORT
DELLA WREXALL
ANNE CAROLINE WREXALL
JUDD WREXALL, an American businessman
HARVEY CRANE
A SMALL GROUP OF PLANE TRAVELLERS
LAN, Taikongese waiter at the Hotel de Paris
ARMAND DESCARTES, a French journalist
SOKRA, a Taikongese wine merchant
PRINCE SARAPPAKIM
"SMITH"
KAPPERKAHM, Prime Minister of Taikong
AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHER
AMERICAN PRESS AGENCY CORRESPONDENT
PRINCE SISSAKIM
A SMALL CROWD OF TAIKONGESE OFFICIALS
  Subject(s) Politics and Ideology
  Published Plays, Progress Publications, Moscow, 1965.
  Held in MS/TS NUNE: Campbell Howard Collection.
     
46 Author Brand, Mona Alexis
  Title Pavement Oasis
  Date 1958
  Length Three Acts: Four Scenes
  Setting A Sydney milk bar, "The Oasis", not far from Taylor Square. The Present.
I About six o'clock one evening
II About two weeks later, about 5 pm
III.i several weeks later, about 3.30 pm
III.ii About 10 days later, around 8 pm
  Characters JOE FRENCH, milk bar proprietor
JIM, young building worker
CHRIS, ditto and also Greek migrant
JOY WATSON, milk bar assistant
DARLENE and CAROL, teenagers
SERGEANT BOYCE, policeman
KATHIE BARTON, aged 15
SPIKE, KEN, STEVE, CHARLIE, HARRY, teenage members of motorbike club
WALLY HURST, young factory worker
FLIP and CHERYL, teenagers
MRS RANKIN, voluntary social worker
VAL, JOAN and LYNETTE, teenagers
  Subject(s) Youth
  Held in MS/TS QU: Hanger Collection.
     
47 Author Brand, Mona Alexis
  Title Strangers in the Land
  Date 1952
  Length Two Acts: Four Scenes
  Setting The living room of a Malayan planter's bungalow.
I One afternoon in early April 1952.
I.ii About midnight the same day.
II.i The next day, shortly before lunch.
II.ii A week later, towards evening.
  Characters SENG LEE, the head house boy
CHRISTINE WARREN
JOYCE STREETER
JOHN GIFFORD ("GIFF")
DOUGLAS STREETER
RODERICK HOWARDS
MERVYN SPENCER
NAN PRICE
BASIL PRICE
DAWN SPENCER
  Subject(s) Assimilation; Race Relations
  Published Two Plays About Malaya, Lawrence and Wishart, London, 1954. Russian trans. Iskusstvo, Moscow, 1955. Plays, Progress Publications, Moscow, 1965 [In English]. Chinese, Latvian and Bengali editions. Here Under Heaven: Three Plays, Wentworth Press, Sydney, 1969.
  Held in MS/TS QU: Hanger Collection.
     
48 Author Bray, John Jefferson
  Title Papinian: A Tragedy
  Date 1955
  Length One Act
  Setting Anteroom in the Imperial Palace in 212 A.D.
  Characters THE EMPEROR CARACALLA
AEMILIUS PAPINANUS, an eminent jurist and Praetorian Prefect under the last Emperor, Septimius Severus.
DOMITIUS ULPIANUS AND JULIUS PAULUS, eminent jurists and members of the late Emperor's Privy Council.
FIRST SLAVE, a Christian
SECOND SLAVE, a Stoic
THIRD SLAVE, a Materialist
A SOLDIER
SOLDIERS, OFFICIALS, etc.
THE EMPRESS JULIA DOMNA, widow of the late and mother of the reigning Emperor
MARCIA, Wife to Papinian
  Subject(s) Historical Events or Characters; Law and Justice; Murder; Verse Drama
  Held in MS/TS NUNE: Campbell Howard Collection.
     
49 Author Brereton, John Le Gay, Jr (attributed to Garstang, Paul)
  Title So Long Mick
  Date 1931
  Length One Act
  Setting A station kitchen.
  Characters 1. KATE
2. MICK FORD
3. MRS WILTON
4. JACK FAHEY
  Cast 1. Lali Le Gay Brereton
2. Garry Byrne
3. Marie Boyers
4. Alfred Race
  Subject(s) Bush Life
  Published Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1931.
     
50 Author Brereton, John Le Gay, Jr
  Title To-morrow
  Date 1910
  Length One Act
  Setting The interior of Appleby's cottage in London, about 1592
  Characters ROBERT GREENE
APPLEBY
TOM NASH
WILL MONOX
MARY APPLEBY
DOLL GREENE
  Subject(s) torical Events or Characters; Moral Degeneration; Verse Drama; Writers and Writing
  Published Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1910.
     
51 Author Brereton, John Le Gay, Jr and Hope, A.D. et al.
  Title Temple on the Hill, The: A Mask
  Date 1928
  Length One Act
  Setting The Great Hall of the University of Sydney.
  Characters CLIO, the presenter
POSTHAC, a Student of the Future
WILLIAM JACKSON, a Student of the Present
ALMA MATER
KNOWLEDGE
WISDOM THE COLLEGES
THE FACULTIE
CHARACTERS IN THE HISTORIC SCENES
STUDENTS
ATTENDANTS
  Subject(s) Historical Events or Characters; Mask; Pageant; Universities; Verse Drama
  Published Australasian Medical Publishing Co Ltd, Sydney, 1928.
     
52 Author Brodney, Spencer (Leon Brodzky)
  Title Rebel Smith, A Play in Three Acts
  Date 1925
  Length Three Acts
  Setting The bar of the Dilligar Hotel, Central Queensland.
  Characters BILL SMITH
TOM CARRAWAY, licensee of the Dilligar Hotel
MRS CARRAWAY, his wife
GEORGE HARRINGTON
HON. EDGAR BATES, MLA, a Cabinet Minister
ROBERT OUSELY, Private Secretary to Bates
JOE HERNE
  Subject(s) Politics and Ideology; Trade Unionism
  Published Siebel, New York, 1925.
  Held in MS/TS NUNE: Campbell Howard Collection
     
53 Author Brown, Frank P.
  Title Mate
  Date 1923
  Length One Act
  Setting Bush shanty near opal field.
  Characters 1. JOE, a disqualified jockey
2. BILL, a shearer
3. CARRIE, a barmaid
4. NED DEVINE, Carrie's husband
  Cast 1. Reg Moyle
2. Leo Burke
3. Ruby May
4. J. O'Connell
  Subject(s) Bush Life; Mateship
  Held in MS/TS NUNE: Campbell Howard Collection
     
54 Author Brown, W. Jethro
  Title Who Knows?
  Date 1923
  Length Four Acts: Five Scenes
  Setting I The Blue Mountains in New South Wales
II The veranda at Paroomba Station.
III The living room at Wundary Station.
IV.i Rachel Holmes' flat overlooking Sydney Harbour. Evening. Six months later.
IV.ii The same. Next morning.
  Characters HUGH HOLMES, owner of Paroomba Station
RACHEL HOLMES, his wife
MRS AINSWORTH, Rachel's mother
WILSON, RYAN and GUNSTONE, station hands of Paroomba
SALLY, a maid
CYRIL FORDE, owner of Wundary Station
THOMSON, His friend
ELSIE, housekeeper at Wundary
JONES, a private detective
  Subject(s) Law and Justice; Marriage; Women's Issues
  Published Hassell Press, Adelaide, 1923. Printed for private circulation only.
     
55 Author Burke, Alan
  Title Woman Bites Dog
  Date 1944
  Length Three Acts
  Setting A broadCasting studio, high in a New York radio building I 6.30 p.m. on a November evening.
II The same. About 10.00 a.m. the next morning.
III The same. Early the same afternoon.
  Characters KAY HUBBARD
CAROL STANLEY
TOM
GARTH
ERNEST GRIFFIN SNR.
ENGINEER AUDREY MACK
ERNEST GRIFFIN JNR.
ANNOUNCER
MARK SOMERSET
  Subject(s) Radio life; Women's Issues; Work and Business