Reginald Theatre: He’s a robot, would you like to see him?
Reginald Theatre: Muff, Mrs. Moneymuch, Sourdrops, and Reginald (But you’ve had enough candy Reggie!)
Reginald Theatre: Sourdrops (Robin Ward) My Plan (to get rid of all the children and replaces them with Reginalds!)
Reginald Theatre: Muff (Max Tapper), Reginald (Michael Mawson), and Sourdrops (Robin Ward), When We’re Drinking Orange Juice Under The Palm Trees.
Reginald Theatre: Marilyn Boyle (Mrs. Moneymuch) and her two grand children.
Reginald Theatre: Muff (Max Tapper) and Marilyn Boyle (Mrs. Moneymuch) (But Reginald’s perfect mam!)
Reginald Theatre: Muff (Max Tapper and kids) more candy!
Reginald Theatre: Sourdrop and Muff I’m Fabulous!
Reginald Theatre: Reg up close (Michael Mawson)
Reginald Theatre: Reg and The Children dance
Reginald costume sketch by designer Art Penson
Cast, creative and crew of Reginald watch playback, L to R: Crew, Victor Davies (composer & lyrics) Max Tapper (Muff) Janis Dunning (choreographer), Robin Ward (Sourdrops) Donna Carrero (child) Doreen Brownstone (Mrs. Moneymuch), Victor Cowie (author) Howard Hicks (Reginald) two seated on floor- crew.
Reginald The Robot CKY (CTV) special. Reginald: only one candy left, his master – Sourdrops!
Reginald The Robot CKY (CTV) special. Reginald can’t get enough candy.(Howard Hicks)
Reginald The Robot CKY (CTV) special. The children marvel at Reginald! (Howard Hicks)
Charlottetown newspaper ad for Pirates!
Pirates! Black Bart and his scurvy crew at the Charlottetown Festival steal all the books!
Seize The Fire (images of William Blake) Don Unruh (author), Marg Unruh, and Victor Davies (composer) Winnipeg, 2007.
Seize The Fire (images of William Blake) Program inside, Cubiculo Lab Theatre, Winnipeg 1976.
Seize The Fire (images of William Blake) Program, Cubiculo Lab Theatre, Winnipeg 1976.
BEOWULF Frank Adamson (Grendel) and Victor discuss interpretive points. Winnipeg April 1975
BEOWULF Howard Hicks (Unferth) chides Chad Allan (Beowulf) for swimming with sea monsters holding his nose. Winnipeg April 1975
BEOWULF Howard Hicks (Unferth), Frank Adamson (Grendel), Victor Davies (composer -producer), and Chad Allan (Beowulf). Grendel and Beowulf struggle in a fight to the death! Winnipeg April 1975.
Beowulf CD front
Magic Maestro The Magnificent (Claude Dorge) offers the children (Marjorie York, Peter Blais, Jean-Pierre Fournier and Lillian Lewis), a place in his Wild Animal Circus in the Forbidden Forest to escape a summer of drudgery in the town of Grindstone (The Magic Trumpet, Manitoba Theatre Centre 1969, photo Henry Kalen)
The children (now turned into Wild Animals – Marjorie York (Elephant) Jean-Pierre Fournier (Bear) and Lillian Lewis (Tiger) rehearse endlessly (with only water and hay to eat!) for their autocratic ring-master Magic Maestro The Magnificent, trapped in the Forbidden Forest. (The Magic Trumpet, Manitoba Theatre Centre 1969, photo Henry Kalen)
Everything turns out well in the end (Finale) (cast as above) with – Evelyn Anderson (Talking Tree and Mrs. Mean) and Tibor Feheregyhazi (Mayor of Grindstone) (The Magic Trumpet, Manitoba Theatre Centre 1969, photo Henry Kalen)
Victor and Georgian Bay Theatre Festival sign (1997)!
A full length operetta in two acts based on the play The Importance Of Being Ernest by Oscar Wilde.
Libretto: Eugene Benson.
Premiere: Toronto Operetta Theatre, February 22, 23, 24, 2008.
Jeffrey Huard, conductor.
Guillermo Silva-Marin, director and producer.
LADY BRACKNELL. (Low Mezzo) A most formidable lady, and in her early fifties.
GWENDOLEN. (High Mezzo) About 23, Lady Bracknell’s daughter
CECILY. (Coloratura ...