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Ella Carrington's Stray Leaves Company Ella Carrington's Stray Leaves Company i(7420801 works by) (Organisation) assertion
Born: Established: 1879 ; Died: Ceased: 1884
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Founded by Ella Carrington and her husband/business manager Charles Fuller, along with actor/writer Charles H. Taylor (also tour manager), the Stray Leaves travelled through Australia and New Zealand for some five years, playing both metropolitan theatres and regional centres. The company, initial comprising Carrington, Taylor, Nellie Mansell and J. F. Forde, and pianist J. A. Delany, presented a combination of dramatic/comedy sketches, songs and dances presented under titles such as Stray Leaves, Appointments, Scraps and Troubles. Later members included Lillie Reid (piano), Mr A. Carter (piano), Carrie Williams, Mr P. Spiller and Charles Fuller himself.

[Source: Australian Variety Theatre Archive]

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