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After the Matinee : An Everyday Sketch by Les Innes single work   drama   sketch (theatrical)   humour  
Issue Details: First known date: 1915... 1915 After the Matinee : An Everyday Sketch by Les Innes
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Comic sketch.

Set on the corner of King and Castlereagh streets, Sydney. Two 'wanna-be' variety performers, Dick Doolittle (a knocker) and Alf Allsay (his pal), discuss the 'passable' vaudeville show they have just seen and the audience's inability to discern between good and bad acts. Monty Mugg (a greenhorn who reckons the show had a 'great bill') enters and Doolittle and Allsay put the hard word on him to get the pony he promised them so they could fix up their act.

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First known date: 1915
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Australian Variety Variety Annual 29 December 1915 Z1405495 1915 periodical issue 1915 pg. 57
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  • Sydney, New South Wales,
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