Local Theatre → George Wheatley Dyson (1900-1974)
George Wheatley Dyson is known to have taken part in the following local productions:
|Tom Jones||1924||cast: An Officer||Huddersfield Amateur Operatic Society|
|Rose Marie||1932||cast: Sergeant Malone||Huddersfield and District Amateur Light Opera Society|
|The Maid of the Mountains||1937||cast: Baldasarre||Huddersfield and District Amateur Light Opera Society|
|The Lilac Domino||1938||cast: Andre (a Young Englishman)||Huddersfield and District Amateur Light Opera Society|
|Call Me Madam||1957||cast: Grand Duke Otto||Huddersfield and District Amateur Light Opera Society|
|Free as Air||1960||cast: Lord Paul Postumous||Huddersfield and District Amateur Light Opera Society|
|The Merry Widow||1961||cast: Baron Zeta (Pontevedrian Ambassador in Paris)||Huddersfield and District Amateur Light Opera Society|
They are credited in the above productions as G. W. Dyson, G. Wheatley Dyson, and George Wheatley Dyson.
Also pictured: Marjorie Baylis, Mona Benson, Ivy Buckley, Mary Daley, Rene Daley, Louie Driver, Doris Haigh, Doris Hall, Mabel Hughes, Eleanor Jones, Sidney Kaye, Mabel Lister, Moril Smith, Ernest Taylor, Alice Wareing, and Margaret Wood.
Also pictured: Constance M. Holmes.
Also pictured: Theresa A. Lewthwaite.
Also pictured: Norman Moore.
- Born 6 March 1900. Son of printer and stationer George Henry Dyson. Member of the family firm of Wheatley, Dyson and Son, Limited. Married 1927 to Elsie Rippon. Died 28 September 1974.