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The Queensland Theatre Company

Annie by Thomas Meehan with music by Charles Strouse and lyrics by Martin Charnin, from February 13th to March 7th, 1981 at the S.G.I.O. Theatre, and later, a revival at Her Majesty’s Theatre, Brisbane, from November 3 to December 12, 1981 for the Queensland Theatre Company, and a revival highlight performance at the Commonwealth Gala on October 7, 1982 before Her Majesty the Queen, and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh.

Directed by Alan Edwards; Choreographed by Jack Webster; Musical Direction by Brian Stacey; Sets Designed by James Ridewood; Costumes Designed by Graham Maclean; Lighting Designed by Jamie Henson; Sound Designed by Peter Freeman. Assistant to the Director: Peter Duncan; Dance Directed by Hugh Monroe; Stage Managed by Ellen Kennedy; Assistant Stage Managed by Paul Atthow; Assistant to the Stage Management team: Toby Simkin; Animal Wrangling by Geraldine Owens and Repetiteur Phil Robertson.

I was assistant to the Stage Management team and dog walker for Geraldine at the S.G.I.O., and later at Her Majesty’s Theatre, Stage Management support during daytimes (while I was ASM’s On Our Selection at the S.G.I.O. theatre at night)

STARRING David Clendinning (Oliver Warbucks); Bev Shean (Miss Hannigan); Deanne Burns (Annie) [alternating with Tereska Harbottle]; Tereska Harbottle (Annie) [alternating with Deanne Burns]; Danae Harbottle (Molly); Jane Daley (Duffy); Danelle Denny (July); Katy Hopkins (Tessie); Kate Richter (Lily); Susan Wilkinson (Pepper); Bettina Lewers (Kate); Katie McNeil (Grace Farrell); Duncan Wass (Rooster Hannigan); Peter Noble (Lt Ward / Bert Healy / Morgenthau / Justice Brandeis); Karen Crone (Annette – A Boylan Sister / Hooverville-ite / Policeman / Warbuck’s Servant / New Yorker); Margery Forde (Cecille – A Boylan Sister / Hooverville-ite / Policeman / Warbuck’s Servant / New Yorker); Jacqui Hall (A Star to Be / A Boylan Sister / Hooverville-ite / Policeman / Warbuck’s Servant / New Yorker ); Frank Lloyd (FDR); Sally Robertson (Mrs Greer); Stephen Haddan (Jimmy Johnson / Ickes / Hooverville-ite / Policeman / Warbuck’s Servant / New Yorker ); David Leith (Howe / Hooverville-ite / Policeman / Warbuck’s Servant / New Yorker ); Tony McGill (Hooverville-ite / Policeman / Warbuck’s Servant / New Yorker ); Lyn Moorfoot (Hooverville-ite / Policeman / Warbuck’s Servant / New Yorker ); Hugh Monroe (Honour Guard / Hooverville-ite / Policeman / Warbuck’s Servant / New Yorker ); Mark Penman (Bundles McCloskey / Sound Effects Man / Hooverville-ite / Policeman / Warbuck’s Servant / New Yorker ); Stephen Preston (Dog Catcher); Darien Sticklen (Dog Catcher / Frank McCracken / Hull / Hooverville-ite / Policeman / Warbuck’s Servant / New Yorker ); Lyn Treadgold (Sophie / the Kettle / Mrs Pugh / Perkins / Hooverville-ite / Policeman / Warbuck’s Servant / New Yorker ); Jack Webster (Dog Catcher / Drake / Hooverville-ite / Policeman / Warbuck’s Servant / New Yorker ); GaySandy and Charlie Brown (Sandy Dogs)

The Queensland Theatre Orchestra conducted by Brian Stacey, and included Chen Yang (leader), Tom Coyle, John Fodor, Kaishik Paul, Anne Knightley, Maria Sillams, Deborah Stong, Simon Overt, Olgs Thorpe, Colin Fox, John Richard, Lachlan Easton, Stephen Brockman, Janine Grantham, Martin Crook, Peter Dart, Katie Harrison, Elizabeth Wait, Martin Wooley, Julia Chapman, Anthony Wood, Trevor O’Connell, Alan Wilkie, David Wellman, Vic Cerezo and Ken Clark, joined by Charles Bromley, Paul Pallister, Michael Morgan, John Pytro.   For the regional tour Ken Poggioli (bass), Andrew Wilkie (percussion), Dave Wellman (Trumpet) and Tom Coyle (Trombone)

Sandy the dog was trained by Bill Perrett of Cobjuri All Breeds Training Complex.

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Executive Staff: Alan Edwards, AM MBE (Founding Artistic Director); Peter Duncan* / Gregory Gesch* (Assistant Director); Arthur Frame AM (Production Manager); Gillian Coar (Executive Officer); Christine WalshKen Kennett OAM (Public Relations & Publicity Officer); June Craw OAM (Finance and Business Officer); Lewis Savage (Subscriptions Officer); Yvette (Capt) O’BrienHelen Mayes (Clerical Assistant); Lloyd Nickson (Director, Theatre in Education); Richard Magnus (Fundraising Chairman); Diane Leith (Administration) and Susan BonningJennie Lewis (Receptionist).

Production Staff: Graham MacleanJames Ridewood (Resident Designer); Bill ShannonBeverley Hill (Design Assistant); Caroline Gyucha (Scenic Artist); James Henson (Lighting Designer); David Lees (Electrician); Michael WormaldGary CameronPaul ParkinsonDavid Palm (Properties); Howard Steele (Head Carpenter); Des Dougan / Peter Vosiliunas (Carpenter); Cornelis Boogaart* (Apprentice Carpenter); Marie Perry-WatsonLexi WrightJay Mansfield-Askew / Cynthia Bowen (Wardrobe Supervisor); Ken Bushby / Thelma Cope / Meredith Fogg / Margaret ReevesDanny Healy / Arlie McGill / Anne Long / Kerry Yates (Wardrobe); Ellen Kennedy / David McCrudden / Kit Oldfield / Patrick Whelan / Kristin Reuter / Jan Levi / Victor Ashelford / Colin Wilson / Barry Melville / Toby Simkin / Brian Barnes / Vito Arena / Peter Reeve± / Sussanne Humphries / Julianne White (Stage Management); Vicki BirchYvette (Capt) O’Brien (Production Secretary); Dawn Grieg (Wardrobe Hire) and Ivan/Gloria PierceDerrick George (Photographer).

Representation: Yolande BirdDiana Franklin (London Representative); Michael Menzies (New York Representative) and John Krummel OAM (Sydney Casting & Repertoire Consultant).

S.G.I.O. Theatre Staff: Jim Wright (Manager); Alban RileyDon Fergusson (Assistant Manager); Peter PetrovichRay Calcutt (Head Mechanist); Patrick (Paddy) Teuma / David Malacari (Head Electrician) and Dallas Black / Kay Fifas (Booking Office)

Albert Park Theatre Staff: Wayne McKenna (House Manager); Margo Morris (Box Office)

Associate Artists: Bille Brown AM; Carol Burns; Reginald Cameron OAMIvar Kants; Joe MacColum; Warren Mitchell; James Ridewood, Cliff Simcox; Babette Stephens AM MBE and Geraldine Turner OAM.

QTC Guild: Magda Wollner (Coordinator); Alice BeacroftJoan Chamberlain, Bobbie Glyn Evans, Maureen Fallon, Sonja FarmerBeryl Foote, Neil FulwoodDolores Garland, Elaine Heath, Edna HeathwoodMargaret Hill, Ena Huppert, June Jamieson, Eva Klug, Irene Lefman, Patrick Mellick, Hillary MostenMaureen Mortensen, Barbara Nielsen, Joyce Nixon Smith, Gloria Phillips, Vivienne Reddy, Marea Reed, Melina Reed, Margaret Robinson, Grace Reynolds, June Sheedy, Ann Shevill, Toby SimkinSybil Simpson, Elaine SkinnerAnne Smith and Jess Yeowart (Volunteers)

* Salaries were assisted by a special grant from the Theatre Board of the Australia Council, a statutory body of the Commonwealth Government.
± Services were provided by the National Institute of Dramatic Art.
^ Services were provided courtesy of the Queensland Theatre Orchestra

The Queensland Theatre Company acknowledged the financial assistance of the Queensland State Government and the Commonwealth Government through the Theatre Board of the Australia Council without which the continued operation of the Company would not have been possible.
The Queensland Theatre Company was a founding member of CAPPA (Confederation of Australia Professional Performing Arts)


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Queensland Theatre Company
Productions 1969-1989

The Royal Hunt of the Sun (SGIO) [1 October 1969] A Rum Do! (SGIO & Tour) [10 April 1970] Words and Music (TIE Tour) [1970]  Philadelphia Here I Come! (SGIO & Tour) [3 July 1970] Wait Until Dark (SGIO) [23 September 1970] A Great Prince in Prison Lies (TIE Tour) [1970] The Jewel in the Head of the Toad (TIE Tour) [March 1970] The Wrong Side Of The Moon (SGIO) [1971] Oh What a Lovely War (SGIO) [12 March 1971] Hadrian VII (SGIO) [10 April 1971] The Ghost Train (SGIO) [8 May 1971] A Cloak, A Crown and a Sword (TIE Tour) [1971] Meet Mr. Brutus (TIE Tour) [1971] Poetry is People (TIE Tour) [1971]  The Associates (SGIO) [5 June 1971] She Stoops to Conquer (SGIO & Tour) [16 July 1971] Burke’s Company (SGIO) [13 August 1971] The Wind in the Sassafras Trees (SGIO) [10 September 1971] The Legend of King O’Malley (SGIO & Tour) [29 December 1971] Antigone (TIE Tour) [1972] Puss in Boots (SGIO) [1972] That’s What I Said (TIE Tour) [1972] What’s In It For Me? (TIE Tour) [March 1972] Lock Up Your Daughters (SGIO) [10 March 1972] Assault with a Deadly Weapon (SGIO) [7 April 1972] The Man, the Spirit Fish and the Rainbow Snake (TIE Tour) [31 May 1972] The Badly Behaved Bunyip (TIE Tour) [31 May 1972] The Schoolmistress (SGIO & Tour) [16 June 1972] Twelfth Night (SGIO) [14 July 1972] The Ruling Class (SGIO) [11 August 1972] You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown (SGIO & Tour) [September 1972] A Masque in Honour of the City of Brisbane (SGIO) [29 September 1972] The Masks (TIE Tour) [1972] Rain, Rain Go Away (TIE Tour) [1972]  Mr Punch (TIE Tour) [1973/1974] Expresso Bongo (SGIO) [1 March 1973] Juno and the Paycock (SGIO) [29 March 1973] The National Health or Nurse Norton’s Affair (SGIO) [26 April 1973] President Wilson in Paris (La Boite) [22 May 1973] White with Wire Wheels (La Boite) [4 June 1973] The Chocolate Frog and The Old Familiar Juice (La Boite) [18 June 1973] Pygmalion (SGIO) [5 July 1973] The Imaginary Invalid (SGIO) [2 August 1973] Old Times (SGIO) [30 August 1973] The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-In-The-Moon Marigolds (SGIO & Tour) [1 November 1973] Suddenly at Home (SGIO) [29 November 1973] Aladdin (SGIO) [27 December 1973] The Two of Us (Tour) [1973] Sir Oliver Crumple (TIE Tour) [1973/1974] Dumb Waiter (TIE Tour) [1973] Color Me Proper, Blue (TIE Tour) [1973] Good Morning 9B2 (TIE Tour) [1973]  Mandrake (SGIO) [1974] Godspell (Tour) [March 1974] Death of a Salesman (SGIO) [21 March 1974] Godspell (SGIO & Tour) [2 May 1974] The Rivals (SGIO) [27 June 1974] The Philanthropist (SGIO) [25 July 1974] Summer of the Seventeenth Doll (SGIO) [22 August 1974] Present Laughter (SGIO) [19 September 1974]  The Doll’s House (SGIO) [21 November 1974] The Owl and the Pussycat Went to See… (SGIO) [26 December 1974] Punch No. 11 (TIE Tour) [1974] The Carrot & The Much Monster (TIE Tour) [1974] The Maiden at the Gate (TIE Tour) [1974] The Maiden and the Jester (TIE Tour) [1974] Under Milkwood (TIE Tour) [1974] An Evening with Merlin Finch (TIE Tour) [1974] The Happy Journey (TIE Tour) [1974] Butterflies are Free (Tour) [1975] The Rainmaker (Tour) [1975] Equus (SGIO & Tour) [12 February 1975] The Taming of the Shrew (SGIO) [2 April 1975] Coralie Lansdowne Says No (SGIO) [21 May 1975] The Importance of Being Earnest (SGIO) [18 June 1975] The Removalists (La Boite) [16 July 1975] One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (SGIO) [20 August 1975] An Evening with Robert Burns (SGIO) [7 September 1975] The One Day of the Year (SGIO) [24 September 1975] Da (La Boite) [15 October 1975] Springle (TIE Tour) [1975] Abra-Ka-Dabra (TIE Tour) [1975] Robbo (TIE Tour) [1975] The Maiden at the Gate (TIE Tour) [October 1975] The Carrot and the Munchy Monster (TIE Tour) [October 1975] Equus (SGIO) [20 November 1975] The Last Voyage of EggFroth the Frithed (TIE Tour) [February 1976] Hamlet (SGIO) [11 February 1976] Jumpers (SGIO) [24 March 1976] Kingdom of Earth (SGIO) [28 April 1976] Poetry is People (TIE Tour) [May 1976] Tufff… (TIE Tour) [May 1976] The Typists (TIE Tour) [May 1976] The School for Scandal (SGIO) [26 May 1976] Fourth of July (SGIO Event) [4 July 1976] Savages (SGIO) [21 July 1976] The Department (SGIO) [18 August 1976] A Toast To Melba (SGIO) [15 September 1976] The Mangrove Man (TIE Tour) [8 November 1976] And the Big Men Fly (SGIO & Tour) [24 November 1976] For Years I Couldn’t Wear My Black (SGIO) [9 February 1977] Hobson’s Choice (SGIO) [16 March 1977] The Merchant of Venice (SGIO) [13 April 1977] Genesis (Darling Downs) [May 1977] War Cry (TIE Tour) [1977] Inside Out (TIE Tour) [1977] Prunes (TIE Tour) [1977] Tufff… (TIE Tour) [1977] Eggfroth the Frithed (TIE Tour) [1977] The Last of the Knucklemen (SGIO & Tour) [22 June 1977] Why Not Stay For Breakfast? (Tour) [July 1977] Saint Joan (SGIO) [20 July 1977] The Brass Hat (SGIO) [24 August 1977] Otherwise Engaged (SGIO) [26 October 1977] Confusions (SGIO) [23 November 1977] Flight Path (SGIO) [25 January 1978] The Club (Theatre Royal) [7 February 1978] When We Are Married (SGIO) [1 March 1978] The Club (Her Majestys) [7 March 1978] The Aussie Battler Show (Tour) [1978] Don’t Piddle Against the Wind, Mate (SGIO) [5 April 1978] Robbo’s Dream (Tour) [10 May 1978] King Lear (SGIO) [17 May 1978] Dreamtime and Dionysus (TIE Tour) [22 May 1978] Then and Now (TIE Tour) [22 May 1978] The Thoughts of Chairman Alf (Her Majesty’s) [12 June 1978] Point of Departure (SGIO) [21 June 1978] Dreamtime & Dionysus (Tour) [1978] Then and Now (Tour) [1978] Mangrove Man / Patchwork Poetry (TIE Tour) [3 July 1978] City Slicks and Country Hicks (Tour) [10 July 1978] Big Toys (SGIO) [16 August 1978] The Cherry Orchard (SGIO) [20 September 1978] Sleuth (Tour) [9 October 1978] Habeas Corpus (SGIO) [25 October 1978] Sleuth (SGIO) [6 December 1978] Clowneroonies (SGIO) [8 December 1978] You Never Can Tell (SGIO) [7 February 1979] Breaker Morant (SGIO) [14 March 1979] The 20’s and All That Jazz (Tour) [19 March 1979] Hedda Gabler (SGIO) [18 April 1979] Whatsisname (TIE Tour) [May 1979] I Know the Type (TIE Tour) [May 1979] Who’ll Come a-Flying? (TIE Tour) [May 1979] The Man Who Stole the World (TIE Tour) [May 1979] The Boy Who… (TIE Tour) [May 1979] Gone with Hardy (SGIO) [6 June 1979] A Streetcar Named Desire (SGIO) [11 July 1979] Deathtrap (SGIO) [15 August 1979] A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Albert Park) [26 September 1979] Clowneroonies (Tour & Sydney Festival) [1979] The Man Who Came to Dinner (SGIO) [31 October 1979] Damper: a Poetry Anthology (TIE Tour) [1980] The Boy Who… (Tour) [1980] The Voices of Green Willow Pond (Tour) [25 February 1980] Accommodations (Tour) [March 1980] Gypsy (SGIO) [7 March 1980] The Taming of Dennis and Sharon (Tour) [April 1980] The Playboy of the Western World (SGIO) [18 April 1980] Richard III (SGIO) [23 May 1980] Travelling North (SGIO) [4 July 1980] Mourning Becomes Electra (SGIO) [8 August 1980] Deathtrap (Tour) [September 1980] Outside Edge (SGIO) [12 September 1980] Geraldine Turner Sings (SGIO) [25 September 1980] Candida (SGIO) [17 October 1980] Accommodations (Tour) [1980] The Taming of Denis & Sharon (TIE Tour) [1980] The Boy Who… (TIE Tour) [1980] The Voices of Green Willow Pond (Tour) [1980] Is He Talking to Me? (EDU) [1980] Crushed by Desire (SGIO) [21 November 1980] Annie (SGIO) [13 February 1981] Aesop’s Fables (Roadwork Tour) [23 March 1981] MachinACTions (Roadwork Tour) [23 March 1981] Coming! Crazy or Not! (Roadwork Tour) [23 March 1981] Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (SGIO) [27 March 1981] The Circle (SGIO) [8 May 1981] Eat Your Heart Out (Tour) [30 May 1981] No Names … No Pack Drill (SGIO) [12 June 1981] A Season at Clayton’s (Edward St) [24 June 1981] The Seagull (SGIO) [17 July 1981] Upside Down at the Bottom of the World (Edward St) [22 July 1981] Is he Talking to Me? (Tour) [3 August 1981] I Sent a Letter to My Love (SGIO) [21 August 1981] As You Like It (Albert Park) [25 September 1981] New Sky (Edward St) [14 October 1981] Travelling North (Tour) [1981] Eat Your Heart Out (Tour) [1980] On Our Selection (SGIO) [6 November 1981] Annie (Tour & Her Majesty’s) [26 November 1981] Hello, Dolly! (SGIO) [2 February 1982] Long Day’s Journey into Night (SGIO) [16 March 1982] The Warhorse (SGIO) [27 April 1982] Amadeus (SGIO) [8 June 1982] Virginia (Edward St) [7 July 1982] Saturday Sunday Monday (SGIO) [13 July 1982] Einstein (SGIO) [24 August 1982] The Tempest (Albert Park) [5 September 1982] Demolition Job (Edward St) [3 November 1982] The Company We Keep (Tour) [1982] That’s Me (Roadwork Tour) [1982/1983] The Lamplighter (Roadwork Tour) [1982/1983] Aesops Fables (Roadwork Tour) [1982] The Front Page (SGIO) [9 November 1982] Applause (SGIO) [1 March 1983] The Perfectionist (SGIO) [12 April 1983] Betrayal (Edward St) [11 May 1983] Cannibals in the Wet Heat (Edward St) [22 May 1983] The Life of Galileo (SGIO) [24 May 1983] The Little Foxes (SGIO) [28 June 1983] Beecham (Edward St) [27 July 1983] The Parker Pen (Community Arts) [7 August 1983] Signal Driver (SGIO) [9 August 1983] The Company We Keep (Tour) [1983] Scratch and Scamper (Roadwork Tour) [1983/1984] Signal Driver (Athenaeum, Melbourne) [7 September 1983] Much Ado About Nothing (Albert Park) [13 September 1983] 84 Charing Cross Road (SGIO) [25 October 1983] Educating Rita (SGIO) [November 1983] Cloudland (Edward St) [2 November 1983] The Trial of Brer Rabbit (SGIO) [5 December 1983] They’re Playing Our Song (SGIO) [21 February 1984] Duet for One (SGIO & Tour) [27 March 1984] The Parker Pen (Edward St) [8 May 1984] Side by Side by Sondheim (Edward St) [1984] Love for Love (SGIO) [29 May 1984] Love for Love (Rialto) [15 June 1984] Gulls (Edward St) [17 July 1984] Godsend (SGIO) [7 August 1984] Henry V (Albert Park) [25 September 1984] The Devil I Know (Roadwork Tour) [1984] Percy & Rose (SGIO) [23 October 1984] In Duty Bound {RQTC} (SGIO) [27 November 1984] Insomnia {QYT/RQTC} (SGIO) [5 November 1984] In Duty Bound {RQTC} (SGIO) [27 November 1984] The Real Thing {RQTC} (SGIO) [12 February 1985] The Jade Garden {RQTC} (Roadwork Tour) [25 February 1985] Tufff… {RQTC} (Roadwork Tour) [25 February 1985] Three Sisters {RQTC} (SGIO) [12 March 1985] Once a Jolly Jumbuck {RQTC} (Roadwork Tour) [29 April 1985] Flowers for Algernon {RQTC} (Roadwork Tour) [29 April 1985] Cheapside {RQTC} (Cremorne & Redcliffe) [30 April 1985] Pack of Lies {RQTC} (SGIO) [11 June 1985] Side by Side by Sondheim (Tour) [1985] Salonika {RQTC} (Cremorne) [2 July 1985] Insignificance {RQTC} (SGIO) [30 July 1985] Macbeth {RQTC} (Suncorp) [3 September 1985] The Family Room {RQTC} (Lyric) [8 October 1985] The Legend of King O’Malley {QYT/RQTC} (Woodward) [21 October 1985] Stranger than Reality {QYT/RQTC} (Woodward) [1985] A Pair of Claws {RQTC} (Cremorne) [October 1985] Pride and Prejudice {RQTC} (Tour) [26 November 1985] Baby {RQTC} (SGIO) [18 February 1986] Flowers for Algernon {RQTC} (Roadwork Tour) [10 March 1986] New Australian Kid {RQTC} (Roadwork Tour) [10 March 1986] Sons of Cain {RQTC} (Suncorp) [8 April 1986] The Jade Garden {RQTC} (Roadwork Tour) [28 April 1986] Tufff… {RQTC} (Roadwork Tour) [28 April 1986] Benefactors {RQTC} (Cremorne) [15 May 1986] The Slaughter of St. Teresa’s Day {RQTC} (Suncorp) [3 June 1986] Who Cares? {RQTC} (Cremorne & Tour) [8 July 1986] Animal Farm {RQTC} (Suncorp) [12 August 1986] Love’s Labour’s Lost {RQTC} (Lyric) [23 September 1986] Camille {RQTC} (Suncorp) [October 1986] The Adventures of Awful Knawful {QYT/RQTC} (Brisbane) [1986] Snoopy {RQTC} (Cremorne) [28 October 1986] Shutterbug {RQTC} (Roadwork Tour) [1987/1988] Tufff… {RQTC} (Roadwork Tour) [1987] A Chorus of Disapproval {RQTC} (Suncorp) [17 February 1987] The Jade Garden {RQTC} (Roadwork Tour) [23 February 1987] Skinfree {RQTC} (Roadwork Tour) [16 March 1987/1988] Emerald City {RQTC} (Suncorp) [24 March 1987] Away {RQTC} (Cremorne & Gold Coast) [5 May 1987] I’ve Come about the Suicide {RQTC} (Cremorne) [24 May 1987] Arms and the Man {RQTC} (Suncorp) [9 June 1987] Snoopy {RQTC} (Gold Coast) [1987] Comrades {RQTC} (Cremorne) [7 July 1987] Briefs {RQTC} (Cremorne) [7 July 1987] Polychrome {RQTC} (Cremorne) [7 July 1987] Well, You Can’t Win em All {RQTC} (Cremorne) [7 July 1987] Comrade {RQTC} (Cremorne) [7 July 1987] God’s Best Country {RQTC} (Suncorp) [8 September 1987] The Merry Wives of Windsor {RQTC} (Albert Park) [29 September 1987] Hard Times {RQTC} (Cremorne) [10 November 1987] Who Cares? {RQTC} (Tour) [1987] Count Dracula {RQTC} (Suncorp) [24 November 1987] The Sentimental Bloke {RQTC} (Suncorp & Expo) [2 February 1988] Les Liaisons Dangereuses {RQTC} (Suncorp) [8 March 1988] A Different Drummer {RQTC} (Suncorp) [12 April 1988] Night and Day {RQTC} (Suncorp) [19 July 1988] A Spring Song {RQTC} (Cremorne, Expo & Tour) [23 August 1988] The Recruiting Officer {RQTC} (Albert Park) [4 October 1988] Invaders {RQTC} (Tour) [Roadwork 1988] Peacemaker {RQTC} (Roadwork Tour) [1988] The Barretts of Wimpole Street {RQTC} (Suncorp) [22 November 1988] Major Barbara {RQTC} (Playhouse, S.A.) [1989] Dinkum Assorted {RQTC} (Suncorp) [21 February 1989] A Month of Sundays {RQTC} (Cremorne) [March 1989] Major Barbara {RQTC} (Suncorp) [23 May 1989] The Barretts of Wimpole Street {RQTC} (Marian St) [7 June 1989] Ghosts {RQTC} (Cremorne) [4 July 1989] Kaspajack {RQTC} (Cremorne) [27 July 1989] The Taming of the Shrew {RQTC} (Suncorp) [17 August 1989] Lost Weekend {RQTC} (Cremorne) [28 September 1989] The Man From Mukinupin {RQTC} (Suncorp) [16 November 1989]