Muriel Richardson (1918)

[Died 20 Apr 1971]

Muriel Richardson appeared in four matinee performances of Cortege (a "modern harliquinade") and Rosemary (a musical adaptation of Dante Gabriel Rossetti's Rose Mary) at London's Court Theatre in March 1918. It was her only appearance in a London Stage program. Later that year she joined the D'Oyly Carte Repertory Opera Company as a chorister, serving only from July to November 1918.

Miss Richardson later married, moved to London, and started an opera company affiliated with the Manor House Hospital in North London, producing Gilbert & Sullivan operas there for a number of years.

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