Opera House Wellington :Pollard's Opera Company, the People's favourites, in the world-famed Japanese opera "The Geisha", a story of a tea house. To-night, Wednesday, January 10, Grand Vice-Regal night! .
Reference Number: Eph-B-OPERA-1900-01
Arrangement of text with Union Jack and New Zealand flag at the top. The performance was arranged with J C Williamson and George Musgrove, under the entire supervision of Mr Tom Pollard. Cast included: Miss Florence Perry, Miss May Beatty, Miss Gertie Campion, Miss Beatrice Perry, Miss Alice Pollard, Miss Lily Stephens, Miss Nellie Foord, Miss Wilmot Karkeek, Miss Roas Stevens, Miss Edie Zeigler, Miss Annie Curtice, Miss M O'Sullivan, Miss Jennie Opie, Miss Nellie Wilson, Miss Zoe Karkeek, Miss Claudia Palmer, Miss Marie Metcalfe, Mr Cha[rle]s Carter, Mr Cecil Lawrence, Mr Geo[rge] Young, Miss Lily Mowbray, Mr Ernest Fitts, Mr Ed Nable, Mr Alf[red] Stephens, Mr W S Percy, Mr William Paull. Musical director Mr Arthur King.
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Opera House Wellington :Pollard's Opera Company, the People's favourites, in the world-famed Japanese opera "The Geisha", a story of a tea house. To-night, Wednesday, January 10, Grand Vice-Regal night! ., Reference Number Eph-B-OPERA-1900-01 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w photo-mechanical print(s) on silk fabric.Letterpress on silk, 337 x 230 mm.. Vertical imageEphemera
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