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Light Bulb - Philips, 100W, Lighting Equipment, Greek Shadow Puppet Theatre, circa 1978 Object Reg. No: SH 911492 6

100W Philips Light bulb made in Australia which forms part of a set of lighting equipment, which was purchased in Melbourne around 1978 by Dimitri Katsoulis. This equipment comprised the stage lighting for performances of the Greek Shadow Puppet Theatre and was used by Dimitri in his performances in Victoria and in South Australia from 1978 to 1991. In order to perform shadow puppet theatre, it is essential to have an artificial light source.
Light Bulb
Discipline: History

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Tagged with: working life, greek communities, greek immigration, karaghiozis theatre, shadow puppetry, theatres
Themes this item is part of: Greek Shadow Puppet Theatre - Dimitri Katsoulis, Greek Shadow Puppet Theatre - Lighting Technology, Greek Shadow Puppet Theatre - History, Migration Collection, Working Life & Trades Collection
Primary Classification: CULTURAL IDENTITY
Secondary Classification: Ethnicity - Creative Practice
Tertiary Classification: puppetry
Place & Date Purchased: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, circa 1978
User: Mr Dimitri Katsoulis, Australia, 1978-1991
References:; Malkin, Michael, R. Traditional and Folk Puppets of the World, A.S. Barnes & Co., Inc., N.J., 1977; Simmen, Rene, The World of Puppets, Elsevier, Phaidon, London, 1975; Hogarth, Ann & Bussell, Jan, Fanfare for Puppets!, David & Charles Publishers Ltd, USA, 1985; Yayannos, A & Ar and Dingli, J. The World of Karaghiozis, 1976

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