Harold Davidson

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Harold Davidson was a Port Elizabeth amateur actor, the first Honorary Treasurers of PEMADS a keen member and a local bussinessman.

Contribution to South African Theatre

May 22 - 24, 1947: Harold Davidson was one of two business managers and a prop-builder for William Shakespeare's Arsenic and Old Lace. The play was produced by Raymond Davidson and staged in the Port Elizabeth City Hall.

August 12 - 16, 1947: Harold Davidson starred in PEMADS first musical comedy, Gyspsy Love (also spelt Gipsey Love), produced by Sally Carrol and directed by Honor Edmonds at the Port Elizabeth Opera House, with Jean Browne as choral mistress, Edna Stanton Fryer as musical director and Yvonne Harrison as choreographer.


Saturday Post, July 26, 1947.