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21 January 1854
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21 January 1916(1916-01-21) (aged 62)
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
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acquistare cyklokapron George Musgrove (21 January 1854 – 21 January 1916) was an English-born Australian theatre producer.
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comprar vasodilan sin receta 1 Early life
2 Opera and theatre career
3 Personality and family
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Musgrove was born at Surbiton, England, the son of Thomas John Watson Musgrove, an accountant, and his wife, Fanny Hodson, an actress and sister of Georgiana Rosa Hodson who married William Saurin Lyster. Fanny’s brother was composer, singer and comedian George Alfred Hodson, the father of Henrietta Hodson, a well known London actress, who married Henry Labouchère. Musgrove was brought to Australia by his parents in January 1863 when he was nine years old. He was educated at the Flinders School, Geelong, Victoria, and on leaving school was given a position as treasurer by Lyster. Musgrave married Emily Fisk Knight at All Saints Church, St Kilda, on 1 August 1874.
Opera and theatre career
Musgrove visited England in 1879, a time when Gilbert and Sullivan had commenced their operas. At the end of 1880, Musgrove produced La fille du tambour-major at the opera house, Melbourne, which had a record run of 101 nights. This success led the young producer to join a partnership with J. C. Williamson and Arthur Garner. They formed the Willamson, Garner and Musgrove Company in July 1882 when they became joint lessees of the Theatre Royals in Melbourne and Sydney. The partnership split in March 1890 with Williamson and Garner continuing to run the Theatre Royal in Melbourne along with the Princess Theatre and Musgrove taking control of the Theatre Royal, Sydney. Musgrove managed a successful season of Paul Jones with Marion Burton and Nellie Stewart in the leading parts. At the end of 1892, Williamson and Musgrove went into partnership again for about seven years, Musgrove living much of the time in London. In 1898 he brought a complete American company to the Shaftesbury Theatre, London, to play The Belle of New York, which had an enormous success.
In 1900 Musgrove took a grand opera company to Australia, consisting mainly of artists from the Carl Rosa Opera Company, which performed Tannhäuser, The Flying Dutchman and many other well-known operas. In 1903