ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE Australian-British Theatre Exhibition to mark the opening of The Sydney Opera House by Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II on October 20, 1973

By: PAGET, Hugh [edited

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ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE Australian-British Theatre Exhibition to mark the opening of The Sydney Opera House by Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II on October 20, 1973 by PAGET, Hugh  [edited by]
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Sydney, 1973. Publishers original pictorial card covers, no inscriptions. 48pp profusely illustrated with 24 magnificent b/w and colour plates throughout text, most full page. Pages clean and bright in firm binding. PLUS an 8pp Catalogue of items included in the Australian-British Theatre Exhibition, listing 285 items, back page is half page advertisement for B.O.A.C. British Airways. Contents: Introduction by Hugh Paget, C.B.E.; The Australian Theatre by Margaret Williams; The English Theatre Early History by Professor G.W.G. Wickham; The English Theatre Later History by G.R. Rowell. A magnificent collectors copy.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Fine/No Jacket. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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