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2005/25/6-3 Poster, theatre, 'The Glass Menagerie', paper, used by Palace Theatre, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1961. Click to enlarge.

'The Glass Menagerie' poster used by the Palace Theatre Sydney

Made
Poster, theatre, 'The Glass Menagerie', paper, used by Palace Theatre, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1961

Portrait-format paper poster advertising a performance of 'The Glass Menagerie' att Palace Theatre, Sydney. The poster features a stylised illustration of a white unicorn. The title and information about the performance is printed in white and black on a light purple ground.

Summary

Object No.

2005/25/6-3

Object Statement

Poster, theatre, 'The Glass Menagerie', paper, used by Palace Theatre, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1961

Physical Description

Poster, theatre, 'The Glass Menagerie', paper, used by Palace Theatre, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1961

Portrait-format paper poster advertising a performance of 'The Glass Menagerie' att Palace Theatre, Sydney. The poster features a stylised illustration of a white unicorn. The title and information about the performance is printed in white and black on a light purple ground.

Marks

No marks.

Dimensions

Height

757 mm

Width

503 mm

Production

Notes

Made in Australia. Posters for 'The One Day of the Year' and 'A Taste of Honey' designed by Hughes. Poster for 'Saint Joan' designed by David Copping. Other designers unknown. Printers unknown.

Cite this Object

Harvard

'The Glass Menagerie' poster used by the Palace Theatre Sydney 2022, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 12 August 2022, <https://ma.as/409409>

Wikipedia

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