Volume 1 (A-C)
Appendix A : Source Bibliography for Artists' Engagements included in Chapter Three Chronology
Appendix B : Revusical Scripts from the Nat Phillips Collection, Fryer Library, University of Queensland. Edited by Clay Djubal. (i) 'What Oh Tonight' by Nat Phillips ; (ii) 'A Sporting Chance' by Nat Phillips ; (iii) 'Yes We Don't' by Nat Phillips ; (iv) 'At the Grand Hotel' by Nat Phillips.
Appendix C : Annotated Calendar of Australian-Written Music Theatre Works 1842-1935
Volume 2 (D-I)
Appendix D : Biographical Database of Selected Australian Variety Practitioners, c1870-1935 (Songwriters, Writers, Librettists, Performers and Producers) : (i) Adson - Duff ; (ii) Edwards - Howson ; (iii) Kearns - Phillips Sisters ; (iv) Rene - York.
Appendix E : Minstrel Farces Staged in Australia Between c1850 and the 1920s
Appendix F : Nomenclature and Production/Narrative Issues:
Appendix G : Index to Nat Phillips Collection (UQFL9) Fryer Library, University of Queensland. Compiled by Clay Djubal 2002-05 (with Bill Deely, 2002).
Appendix H : Harry Clay and Clay's Vaudeville Artists 1901-1930 (Revised from 1998)
Appendix I: Miscellaneous (Poems, Song Lyrics, Patter and Comedy Routines).
Appendix D contains biographical accounts of more than eighty Australian music theatre practitioners. All entries have since been added to the Austlit database. A number of the biographies have been abridged, however. For more extensive biographical insights into these particular individuals see the general subjects section above.
The following is a list of all practitioners accorded biographical attention in the thesis appendices. Although some individuals have received historical attention previously (i.e., Alfred Dampier, George Darrell, Alfred Hill, Marcus Clarke etc), this thesis looks more closely at aspects relating to music theatre rather than their other creative pursuits - drama, novels etc:
Arthur H. ADAMS; Steve ADSON; W. M. AKHURST; Oscar ASCHE; James BAIN; Verna BAIN; Harry BARRINGTON; Ike BECK; W. Horace BENT; Elton BLACK; Grosvneor BUNSTER; Leon CARON; Maurice CHENOWETH; Frank M. ClARK; Marcus CLARKE; Harry CLAY; George CLUTSAM; Charles and Harry COGILL; Walter H. COOPER; Vince COURTNEY; W. J. CURTIS; Alfred DAMPIER; George DARRELL; C. J. DE GARIS; Charles DELAVALE, DELAVALE & GILBERT (with Lily Vockler); Bert DESMOND (with Mattie Jansen); George DREW (with Jim Romaine and Jim Harris); James DUFF; George EDWARDS (with Rosie Parkes); Wally EDWARDS; Billy EMERSON; Harry W. EMMET; Bernard ESPINASSE; Charles FANNING; Maud FANNING (incl. Arthur Elliott); Edward GEOGHEGAN; Jim GERALD; Edward A. GLOVER; Martyn HAGAN (with Lucy Fraser); Nat HANLEY; Francis HART; Fritz HART; Maritz HEUZENROEDER; Alfred HILL, Richard Hengist HORNE; Charles HORSLEY; Bert HOWARD; John HOWSON; Jack 'Porky' KEARNS (with Ida Kearns/Rosslyn/Tauchert and Vera Kearns); Nellie KOLLE; Bert LE BLANC; Stanley McKAY; Johnny MATLOCK; Arthur MORLEY (with Elsie Bates); Nat PHILLIPS (with Daisy Merritt); PHILLIPS SISTERS; Roy RENE ; Sir William ROBINSON; Amy ROCHELLE; Sam ROWLEY; Harry SADLER; George SORLIE; Arthur TAUCHERT; Dan TRACEY; Ted TUTTY; Garnet WALCH; George WALLACE; Will WHITBURN; Frank YORK.
A detailed overview of W. J. Curtis's theatrical activities as an actor, singer, librettist, and Tivoli director, with some additional insight into his youth and career as a Sydney-based lawyer, barrister, district judge and Knight's Council.