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Program, Murder in the Red Barn


Photocopied sheet on A3 paper folded in half. Light brown coloured paper with hand-drawn motif in black ink.

Historical information

One of three programs for School production "Murder in the Red Barn", 1988. Performed at the BCGS Assembly Hall from May 18 to May 28.



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210 mm
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295 mm
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Text on cover reads: Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School presents Murder in the Red Barn. Inscription "ONE K" in pencil on front of program. Some fingermarks to cover.

Contextual Information

"Maria Marten or Murder in the Old Red Barn" adapted from the Victorian Melodrama by Harry Schmitz and Ann Barker. Performances by students and staff, with support for the production by BCGS parents.

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Western Australia
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