27 August 65
Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne
Babbage, Alan, Barratt, Len, Barry, Bruce, Brockenshire, Joan, Burr, Warren, Carole, Cook, Champion, Gower, Collins, Barry, Dalzell, Gil, Davey, Danny, Davis, Audrey, Delmodes, Jeanette, Dumas, Russell, Edward, Marion, Ellsmore, Colleen, Elser, Gail, Godfrey, Wayne, Goode, Jack, Green, Renalda, Hall, Jody, Hanlen, Noel, Hannan, Brian, Hayes, Nancye, Hebert, Fred, Herman, Jerry, Howard, Margot, Howard, Ross, Johnson, Douglas, Juras, Vlado, Kerr, Delores, Liebner, John, Llewellyn, John, Malcolm, Gordon, Matthews, Wayne, McCormack, Russell, McLennan, Adrian, Mullikin, Bill, Murphy, Mary, Paterson, Fred, Perryman, Jill, Potter, Frederick, Pounder, Betty, Pratt, Heather, Radford, Greg, Richards, Eric, Roberts, Ian, Robertson, Joan, Smith, Noel, Smith, Oliver, Stafford, Meryl, Stewart, Michael, Syme, Geoff, Taylor, Tikki, Tobin, Brendan, Veitch, Laurel, Verdon, Brent, Wilder, Thornton, Wittop, Freddy, Worthy, Leonie, Young, Barbara
Program for Hello, Dolly!, Her Majesty’s Theatre, Melbourne, 1965
J. C. Williamson Theatres Ltd. presents Hello Dolly! Music and Lyrics by Jerry Herman. Book by Michael Stewart. Based on the play “ The Matchmaker” by Thornton Wilder. Original production directed and choreographed by Gower Champion. Produced on Broadway by David Merrick and Champion-Five Inc. Directed by Fred Herbert. Musical Director, Noel Smith. Choreography staged by Betty Pounder. Costume designs by Freddy Wittop. Settings designed by Oliver Smith. Properties by Len Barratt & John Liebner. Special Properties by Eric Richards. Stage Director: Ian Roberts. Stage Managers: Adrian McLennan & Geoff Syme. Ballet Master: Danny Davy. Starring: Carole Cook, Jack Goode, Bill Mullikin, Jill Perryman, Tikki Taylor, Brian Hannan, Bruce Barry, John Llewellyn, Alan Babbage, Marion Edward, Barbara Young.