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He pārongo atu anōJohn Macfarlane, law and amateur dramatics - Manawatu Conversations

Broadcast on Manawatu People's Radio 21 August 2018.

Summary: John Macfarlane came to Palmerston North 48 years ago. Joining a law practice, timekeeping. Either court work or conveyancing. Other activities, sport and drama. Centrepoint Theatre, George Street, then Church Street, professional theatre only, no amateurs. Meal and play audiences. Subsidies, training ground for professional actors. Playwriters. Theatresports. On the Board of Centrepoint. City Council support. Popularity with actors. Book by Peter Hawes, 40 Years of Centrepoint Theatre.

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