Barry Kay, internationally acclaimed stage and costume designer, photographer, born 1932 Melbourne Australia, died 1985 London England





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Frankie and Johnny

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Comedy - Drama - Romance

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1955/ ? / ?

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Frankie and Johnny






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Terrence McNally [?]
A classic American ballad about a woman who shoots
her lover for cheating. Source

The Archive holds a Set Design by Barry Kay withou further data.


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back to Omnes Entire Chronological Design Index of Ballet, Comedy, Dance, Drama, Opera, Play, Revue and Romance productions designed by Barry Kay--back to Omnes Chronological Index

back to page top of detailed production data for 'Summer of the Seventeenth Doll', drama by Ray Lawler, direction by John Sumner, scenery designs by Barry Kay, The Union Theatre Repertory Company (UTRC), Union Theatre, Melbourne, world première 1955-NOV-28

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