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433 Author Vallack, A.S.
  Title One Year: A Playlet in Two Acts
  Date 1924
  Length Two Acts
  Setting
  • I Venning's lounge. 1924.
  • II The same. One year later.
  Characters
  • ANTHONY VENNING
  • MRS HULL
  • KATHERINE SAVILLE
  • DOROTHY HULL, sister to Venning
  • BERYL HOWARD
  Published Radcliffe Press, Sydney, 1924.
     
434 Author Vickers, Frederick Bert
  Title Stained Pieces: A Play in Three Acts
  Date 1949
  Length Three Acts: Four Scenes
  Setting
  • I The kitchen at Oakever Station.
  • II A Native reserve near a town.
  • III.i The kitchen of Fred Adam's home.
  • III.ii The same.
  Characters
  1. JOE, a cook
  2. FREDDIE ADAMS, a half-Caste
  3. NONA, a half-Caste girl
  4. MRS GORDON, Squatter's wife
  5. MR GORDON, Squatter
  6. TRISSY, a half-Caste woman
  7. PADDY, a full-blood native
  8. VIOLET, a full-blood native woman
  9. GEORGE TRUSLOVE, a half-Caste
  10. MARTHA, his wife.
  11. PURVIS, a health inspector
  12. DICK, a white man
  13. POLICE CONSTABLE
  14. DOCTOR
  15. KARA and OIGLE, natives
  16. MAC, a white man
  Cast
  1. Bill Gorman
  2. John Cole
  3. Joan Gilchrist
  4. Rosa Stanley
  5. Bert Vickers
  6. Nancy Paton
  7. Ted Emery
  8. Enid Hugget
  9. Harry Leighton
  10. Marion Currie
  11. Rowland Farris
  12. William Nicholls
  13. William Nilan
  14. Harry Leighton
  Subject(s) Aborigines; Race Relations; Slum Life; Social Status
  Held in MS/TS NUNE: Campbell Howard Collection. QU: Hanger Collection.
     
435 Author Vidler, Edward A.
  Title Pan Calls: A Homely Fantasy in One Act
  Date 1926
  Length One Act
  Setting A sitting room in a country cottage. The present.
  Characters
  • SALLY, a spinster, aged 35
  • PHOEBE, her younger sister
  • WILLIAM, a farmer
  • JACK, his brother
  • ALF and HUGH, William's twin sons, about 14
  • MAVIS and AVIS, twin girls, about 10
  • MAGPIE, COCKATOO, POSSUM, NATIVE BEAR, WALLABY, LYRE BIRD, PARROT, RABBIT
  Subject(s) Children's Theatre; Fantasy
  Published E. A. Vidler, Melbourne, 1926