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Author Riley, Joyce, 1901-
Title [Interview with Joyce Riley] [sound recording] / [interviewed by Chris Jeffery].

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Call Number OH125
Physical description 1 sound cassette (1 hr. 30 mins.)
Transcript Transcript (33 p.) + index.
Access advisory Access open
Rights advisory Copyright or other restrictions may apply. For public use, contact the State Library of Western Australia.
Summary Born Joyce Mortlock, Claremont; family background; father, H.E. Mortlock, came to Australia from England 1883; early life, Swanbourne; schooling; trip to England, 1914; outbreak of World War I, being caught in Paris; voyage back to Australia; return to school at Perth Girls; leaving examinations at Perth Boys; university; teachers' college; teaching at Rosalie and Hamilton Hill; interest in Dramatic society; Repertory Club, 1923; theatre productions; Drama Festival, 1936 (sic 1937); Five Arts Club; closure of Playbox; Shakespeare Club; repertory clubs in country areas; marriage to Cyril Riley, 1945; National Theatre Incorporated; Patch Theatre; production in Perth; identities in theatre; Playhouse.
Subjects Riley, Joyce, 1901- -- Interviews.
Western Australian Drama Festival (1937)
Five Arts Club -- History.
Playbox (Perth, W.A.) -- History.
Shakespeare Club -- History.
National Theatre (Perth, W.A.) -- History.
Playhouse Theatre (Perth, W.A.) -- History.
Theater -- Western Australia -- History.
Repertory theater -- Western Australia -- History.
Perth Repertory Club -- History.
Drama festivals -- Western Australia.
Drama festivals -- Western Australia.
Related names Jeffery, Chris, 1926-2008.