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202 Author Jones, Doris Egerton and Polini, Emelie
  Title Flaw, The
  Date 1923
  Length Four Acts
  Setting

The lounge hall at the Manor.

  • I Before dinner.
  • II The following evening.
  • III The next morning.
  • IV Two hours later.
  Characters
  1. DR CLEGHORN LEE
  2. CARRIE LEE, his wife
  3. HUGH CORLISS
  4. BILLIE CRAIG
  5. ROSE, a maid
  6. LADY ANNE CRAIG
  7. RICHARD CRAIG
  8. MASON, a butler
  9. PEMBERTON DACRE
  10. MARIAN DACRE
  11. VICTORINE, Lady Anne's maid
  12. DETECTIVE STEEL
  Cast
  1. G.S. Kay Souper
  2. Ethel Morrison
  3. Raymond Lawrence
  4. Sheila Helpman
  5. Katie Towers
  6. Emelie Polini
  7. Frank Harvey
  8. Maurice Dudley
  9. Mayne Lynton
  10. Mildred Cottell
  11. Nancye Stewart
  12. Kenneth Brampton
  Subject(s) Crime; Murder; Science
  Held in MS/TS NUNE: Campbell Howard Collection.
     
203 Author Jones, Doris Egerton
  Title Governor Bligh: An Historical Comedy
  Date 1930
  Length Three Acts: Seven Scenes
  Setting
  • I A corner of the garden at Government House in Sydney. The afternoon of 24 January 1808.
  • II.i The parlour of Government House. Same evening.
  • II.ii The Courthouse in Sydney. Next day, 25 January.
  • II.iii A corridor in Government House. Same night.
  • II.iv Lamb's bedroom, Government House. Few minutes later.
  • III.i A drawing room in Government House. 4 February 1809.
  • III.ii The same. 17 January 1810.
  Characters

In order of appearance:

  1. SAM JUPP, Bligh's servant
  2. COUNTESS LOLITA
  3. ANDRE DE LA MARRE, an adventurer
  4. POLLY, Nancy's maid
  5. NANCY LESLIE, Governor Bligh's ward
  6. LIEUTENANT LAWSON of the N.S.W. Corps
  7. GOVERNOR BLIGH
  8. DOYLE, a Hawkesbury famer
  9. COMMANDER SIR GEORGE POST, late of the Royal Navy
  10. AUNT CAROLINE, Post's sister
  11. MARY CARTWRIGHT, Post's niece
  12. CAPTAIN McARTHUR, a prominent colonist
  13. MAJOR JOHNSTON, Military Commandant
  14. CAPTAIN ANTONY FENN KEMP
  15. LIEUT MINCHIN, Officer of the N.S.W. Corps
  16. LIEUT MOORE, Officer of the N.S.W. Corps
  17. LIEUT BRABYN, Officer of the N.S.W. Corps
  18. RICHARD ATKINS, Judge Advocate
  19. TINY JESSUP, Private of the N.S.W. Corps
  20. COLONEL LACHLAN MacQUARIE, of the 73rd Regiment
  Cast
  1. Arthur Keane
  2. Miss Hunter-Watts
  3. Moncrieff McCallum
  4. Hilda Scurr
  5. Marjorie Carr
  6. John Cameron
  7. Allan Wilkie
  8. William Lockhart
  9. Alexander Marsh
  10. Lorna Forbes
  11. Mildred Howard
  12. Alan Harkness
  13. Ronald Riley
  14. John Cairns
  15. Keith Hall
  16. Tom Sutterby
  17. Russell Chapman
  18. Luke Hazlett
  19. Herbert Sheldrick
  20. Miles Hastings
  Subject(s) Bligh, William; Colonial Period; Historical Events or Characters; Law and Justice; Macarthur, John; Politics and Ideology; Rum Rebellion
  Held in MS/TS NUNE: Campbell Howard Collection.
     
204 Author Judd, Tom
  Title Carefree Spiders, The: A Comedy Thriller
  Date 1957
  Length Three Acts: Five Scenes
  Setting

The living room in "Carefree Cottage".

  • I.i Late evening.
  • I.ii Next morning.
  • II Ten days later.
  • III.i Late next afternoon.
  • III.ii The same. Next morning.
  Characters
  1. SHE
  2. CONNELLY
  3. ADA APPLEBRIGHT
  4. CHRISSIE APPLEBRIGHT
  5. DENNY
  6. MRS POKE
  7. ROLF McQUAY
  8. BARBARA McQUAY
  9. A STRANGE YOUNG LADY
  Cast
  1. Beverley Johnson
  2. Eric P. Ashworth
  3. June Saunders
  4. Win Hamilton
  5. Bruce Richardson
  6. Con. Pugsley
  7. Trevor Pascoe
  8. Beverley Kerr
  9. Judith Kerr
  Subject(s) Fantasy; Paranormal and Spiritual
  Held in MS/TS NUNE: Campbell Howard Collection.
     
205 Author Judd, Tom
  Title Charlie Came at 3 A.M.
  Date 1949
  Length Three Acts
  Setting The Benson-Brown's living room in a small country town somewhere between Melbourne and Sydney.
  Characters
  1. MRS BENSON-BROWN
  2. HELEN BENSON-BROWN
  3. DARRELL CAMBRIDGE
  4. MISS ALICE BENSON
  5. HERBERT BENSON-BROWN
  6. SUSAN BENSON-BROWN
  7. CHARLOTTE CARLYLE
  8. JOHN CAMBRIDGE
  9. ANGAS ISSAC YAHIVOLITCH
  Cast
  1. Jennifer Mohr
  2. Beverley Johnson
  3. John Buckle
  4. Margaret Powell
  5. Eric P. Ashworth
  6. Lauris Rodgers
  7. Joan Grant
  8. Eric Searle
  9. Victor Norman
  Subject(s) City vs Country; Family Relations; Social Status
  Held in MS/TS NUNE: Campbell Howard Collection.
     
206 Author Judd, Tom
  Title Lavender at Dusk
  Date 1951
  Length Three Acts: Six Scenes
  Setting

An upstairs living room in a house said to be haunted.

  • I.i An afternoon in mid-Winter. Just before dusk.
  • I.ii Ten days later. Dusk.
  • II.i Two weeks later. A little after dusk.
  • II.ii The following evening. At dusk.
  • III.i The next evening. At dusk.
  • IIII.ii The action is continuous with the end of Act I, Scene i.
  Characters
  • MRS RAGATZIE, a caretaker
  • FULLER HOPE, a playwright
  • BETTY CONWAY, his fiancee
  • ELLIOTT BRADLEY, a librarian
  • MacDONALD LYNDON, a man of the theatre
  • DONIZETTE O'DAY, a would-be actress
  • DOCTOR RENTON, a medical man
  Subject(s) Art and Artists; Paranormal and Spiritual; Writers and Writing
  Published Samuel French Ltd, London, 1951.
     
207 Author Judd, Tom
  Title Life Burns On
  Date 1948
  Length Three Acts
  Setting The living room in the Crew homestead. Late 1944'45.
  Characters STEVE RAYMOND, an American soldier MRS CREW, Johnny's mother KATHERINE CREW, her daughter CORPORAL JUDITH GREY, an A.W.A.S. SERGEANT IRIS MARSH, an A.A.M.W.A.S. JONNY CREW CHARLES CREW, his father
  Subject(s) Bush Life; Returned Servicemen; Suicide; War; World War II
  Held in MS/TS NUNE: Campbell Howard Collection.
     
208 Author Judd, Tom
  Title Sand Castle, The
  Date 1953
  Length Three Acts: Four Scenes
  Setting
  • I.i The living room of the Mason home, 26 Winston Street.
  • II The same. Twelve months later.
  • III.i The same. Two hours before the wedding.
  • III.ii The same. After the wedding.
  Characters
  1. ERNIE MASON
  2. MRS MASON
  3. SYLVIA MASON
  4. RONNIE MASON
  5. WENDY ("BUBBY") MASON
  6. PHIL MASON
  7. BEN TEMPLE
  8. TOD HUNTER
  9. PATRICIA READING
  Cast
  1. John Rocke
  2. Nance Ingpen
  3. Judy Meredith
  4. Ron Cowley
  5. Margaret Powell
  6. Sid Hocking
  7. Eric Searle
  8. Bill Dowrick
  9. Beverley Johnson
  Subject(s) Domestic Life; Family Relations
  Held in MS/TS NUNE: Campbell Howard Collection.
     
209 Author Judd, Tom
  Title Something for Nothing: A Fairy Tale for Adults
  Date 1951
  Length Three Acts
  Setting

The living room in the home of Bob Ferguson.

  • I.i Late Afternoon.
  • I.ii Afternoon. One month later.
  • II Afternoon. Some months later.
  • III Afternoon. A month later.
  Characters
  1. DOLLY FERGUSON
  2. MRS FERGUSON ("MA")
  3. DOCTOR ADAMS
  4. BOB FERGUSON
  5. BERNARD MALLERY
  6. MRS NELSON, Nurse
  7. SQUADRON-LEADER FAWCETT-FOWLER
  8. MRS MARY BAIN, Dolly's mother
  9. MAZI MENTOPLY
  10. MR OGILVIE
  11. J.P. RIDDELL ESQ
  Cast
  1. Pat Fleming
  2. Joan Grant
  3. Eric P. Ashworth
  4. Gerarde Stafford
  5. Sydney Smith
  6. June Baker
  7. John Rocke
  8. Margaret Craig
  9. June Saunders
  10. Douglas Allan
  11. Ian O'Neil
  Subject(s) Domestic Life; Family Relations; Money
  Held in MS/TS NUNE: Campbell Howard Collection.
     
210 Author Judd, Tom
  Title Wedding Mourn, A: A Fantasy in One Act
  Date 1951
  Length One Act
  Setting A furnished room in a boarding-house in a seaside resort.
  Characters

RONNY PETERS
HIS CONSCIENCE
MRS BEMBLE
ALFIE PATMORE

  Subject(s) Fantasy; Paranormal and Spiritual
  Published Samuel French Ltd, London, 1951.
     
211 Author Judd, Tom
  Title Women are Like That
  Date 1946
  Length Two Acts: Four Scenes
  Setting

The living room of the Hartley's home.

  • I.i Tuesday afternoon.
  • I.ii Half an hour later.
  • II.i Thursday afternoon.
  • II.ii Thursday evening.
  Characters
  1. MAUDIE, the unhappy one
  2. JUDITH HARTLEY, the unfortunate one
  3. JILL HARTLEY, the young one
  4. MRS GROPER, the knowy one
  5. MRS OGLETHORPE, the undecided one
  6. MISS ABERDEEN, the unmarried one
  7. MRS STORK, the stoogy one
  8. MRS MALOP, the nicest one
  9. JEFFREY HARTLEY
  10. LAURA, the hard-boiled one
  11. RONNY PERTHLEY
  Cast
  1. Edna Searle
  2. Ena Strachan
  3. Dawn Keown
  4. Joan O'Neil
  5. Hazel Prowse
  6. Enid Wright
  7. Bert McDonald
  8. Margaret Keown
  9. Roy Elsum
  10. Lorna Hegarty
  11. Andy Jones
  Subject(s) Marriage
  Published Samuel French, London, 1951.
     
212 Author "Juliet" (Julia Ethel Levy)
  Title Choice, The: In Three Acts
  Date 1928.
  Length Three Acts
  Setting Sitting-room at the Jephersons.
  Characters
  • MICHAEL JEPHERSON
  • MIRIAM, his wife
  • GLADYS, their daughter (aged 6)
  • WILL HATHERLY
  • RUTH BAMFIELD
  • MARY
  Subject(s) Infidelity; Marriage; Money
  Published E. A. Vidler, Melbourne, 1928.
     
213 Author "Juliet" (Julia Ethel Levy)
  Title Way Out, The
  Date 1925
  Length One Act
  Setting The kitchen in the Devine's house.
  Characters
  • WILLIAM DEVINE, a farmer
  • MARY DEVINE, his wife
  • ROBERT MONTGOMERY
  • ROBERT MONTGOMERY OLDHAM, his father
  • MAISIE, Mr Oldham's neice
  Subject(s) Family Relations; Social Status; Verse Drama
  Published Edward A. Vidler, Melbourne, 1925.
     
214 Author Jury, Charles Rischbieth
  Title Administrator, The, or Damon and Pythias: A Tragi-Comedy
  Date 1955
  Length Two Acts: Prologue, Six Scenes and Epilogue
  Setting
  • I A hall in Dionysius' palace at Syracuse.
  • II.i The same.
  • II.ii The garden of Pythias' mother's house at Rhegium.
  • II.iii A wharf at the port of Rhegium.
  • II.iv A street in Scylla.
  • II.v The same as Act I.
  Characters
  • PHILOXENUS, a poet from Athens
  • CHORUS, of four Syracusan citizens
  • CALATEA
  • DIONYSIUS, Tyrant of Syracuse
  • A CAPTAIN of Dionynsius' Guard
  • PYTHIAS, of Rhegium
  • CLEON, a wine merchant
  • A CORPORAL of the Guard
  • DAMON, of Syracuse
  • A SERVANT
  • PYTHIAS' MOTHER
  • A MAID-SERVANT
  • THE DEMARCH OF REGIUM
  • THE HARBOURMASTER at Rhegium
  • A SYRACUSAN SAILOR
  • GUARDS, SAILORS
  Subject(s) Mythology; Verse Drama
  Published The Sun in Servitude and Other Plays, F. W. Cheshire, Melbourne, 1961.
  Held in MS/TS NUNE: Campbell Howard Collection.
     
215 Author Jury, Charles Rischbieth
  Title Battle In the West, The
  Date 1950-58 ca
  Length Full Length poetic drama in one continuous scene.
  Setting A hall in the convent at Almesbury.
  Characters
  • THE ABBESS AT ALMESBURY
  • A NUN
  • THE CHORUS, of four Knights
  • GUINEVERE, Queen of Britain
  • ARTHUR, King of Britain
  • MORDRED
  • BEDIVERE
  • LANCELOT
  Subject(s) Mythology; Verse Drama
  Published The Sun in Servitude and Other Plays, F.W. Cheshire, Melbourne, 1961.
     
216 Author Jury, Charles Rischbieth
  Title Love and the Virgins (a.k.a. Selenemia)
  Date 1929
  Length Three Acts: Six Scenes, Prologue and Epilogue
  Setting

Prologue: The bounds of Phaedrus' property and the wood sacred to Artemis. Artemis' temple in the distance.

  • Part I:
    • Sc.i A room in Phaedrus' house.
    • Sc.ii Orchomenus. A council chamber.
    • Sc.iii Another room in Phaedrus' house.
  • Part II:
    • Sc.iv Another part of the sacred wood.
    • Sc.v The wood.
  • Part III:
    • Sc.vi The court of the Temple. Epilogue: Aulis in Boeotia. Agapenor's tent.
  Characters DRYAS and LYCUS, young satyrs SILENUS AGAPENOR, Lycurgus' grandson HELENA, Phaedrus' daughter PHAEDRUS, a country gentleman MUSAEUS EUTERPE ARTEMIDORA, priestess of Artemis LYCURGUS, King of Arcadia ARCADIAN LORDS IN COUNCIL EROS CHORUS OF NYMPHS ARTEMIS AN ATTENDANT in the temple of Artemis A CHOIR in the temple
  Subject(s) Mythology; Verse Drama
  Published Oxford University Press, London, 1929. Reprinted under the title "Selenemia" in Jury's Galahad, Selenemia and Poems, F.W. Preece, Adelaide, 1939.
     
217 Author Jury, Charles Rischbieth
  Title Sun in Servitude, The
  Date 1950-58 ca
  Length Three Acts
  Setting

Saddlebourne, capital city of New South Scotland, Australia. Prologue: The Vice-Chancellor's bedroom. Moonlight. The Vice-Chancellor is in bed talking in his sleep.

  • I The staff room of the University of Saddlebourne.
  • II The Botanical Nursery of the University of Saddlebourne.
  • III.i The same as Act I.
  • III.ii The same as Act II.
  Characters
  • VICE-CHANCELLOR EELSFOOT
  • IRIS, the Rainbow, messenger of Zeus
  • APOLLO, the god of poetry and the sun
  • PROFESSOR KINDLEY NORTH, of English Language and Literature
  • PROFESSOR DAVE OSWY, of Australian Literature
  • A FEMALE HISTORY STUDENT
  • A MALE ENGINEERING STUDENT
  • PROFESSOR PAUL GONNE, of Classics
  • BARBARA FAIRLEAT, tutor in English
  • ALEXANDER MacGRIDDLE, a member of the Council of the University
  • A MALE MEDICAL STUDENT
  • TRISTAM WHITESTEDE, Reader in Astrophysics
  • MRS OSWY
  • THE WILLY WAGTAIL
  • THE WAITRESS
  • THREE VOICES, two male and one female, on the air
  • A CELESTIAL CHOIR
  Subject(s) Fantasy; Mythology; Nuclear Threat; Universities
  Published The Sun in Servitude and Other Plays, F.W. Cheshire, Melbourne, 1961.