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Taubie Kushlick, "Dial 'M' For Murder, 1"

The front cover of the theatre programme 'Dial 'M' For Murder' which was written by the English playwright Frederick Knott and produced by Taubie Kushlick. The stage play opened on the 6th January 1954 in Johannesburg for African Consolidated Theatres.

Taubie Kushlick, "Dial 'M' For Murder, 2"

The inner pages of theatre programme 'Dial 'M' For Murder'. It was written by the English playwright Frederick Knott and produced by Taubie Kushlick. It includes a resume of Taubie Kushlick, the director and the actress, Helen Faul who played the role of Sheila Wendice. The stage play opened on the 6th January 1954 in Johannesburg.

Taubie Kushlick, "Dial 'M' For Murder, 3"

The centre pages of theatre programme 'Dial 'M' For Murder' by the English playwright Frederick Knott. It was produced by Taubie Kushlick. It lists the cast, production staff and acknowledgements. The stage play opened on the 6th January 1954 in Johannesburg.

Taubie Kushlick, "Dial 'M' For Murder, 4"

Photographs of the male members of the cast who partook in the play 'Dial 'M' For Murder' by the English playwright Frederick Knott. They included Philip Birkinson, Felix Cooper, Bruce Meredith Smith and Bob Griffiths. The play was produced by Taubie Kushlick and opened on the 6th January 1954 in Johannesburg.

Taubie Kushlick, "Jacque"s Brel is alive & well & living in Paris, 1"

The front cover of the theatre programme of the musical 'Jacques Brel is alive & well & living in Paris' by Eric Blau and Mort Shuman. It was produced by Taubie Kushlick and the show opened on the 12th August 1972 at the Chelsea Theatre, Hillbrow, Johannesburg. By 1982, it was the longest run of any stage production in Johannesburg.

Taubie Kushlick, "Jacque"s Brel is alive & well & living in Paris, 2"

The theatre programme of the musical ''Jacques Brel is alive & well & living in Paris' by Eric Blau and Mort Shuman. It was directed and choreographed by Taubie Kushlick and opened on the 12th August 1972 at the Chelsea Theatre, Hillbrow, Johannesburg. The performers were Ferdie Uphof, Ann Hamblin, Judy Page, Bruce Millar and Sandy Layne. The music was arranged by Wolfgang Knittel and the musicians were Rodney Jacobs - piano, Barry Langton - electric guitar, Malcolm MurrayBrown - bass and Tony Pike - drums.

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