Bound volume of 25 New York Theater Playbills/Programs from 1940-1947. A Streetcar Named Desire, Etc

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Published by Various Publishers, New York
Condition: Very Good Hardcover
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Bound volume of 25 New York Theater Playbills/Programs from 1940-1947. Various publishers and dates. Bound in blue cloth, with original wraps bound in. Pagination varies. Titles and notable features as follows. 'Tobacco Road' at the Forrest Theatre beginning in August, 1940. 'Harriet' at Henry Miller's Theatre beginning December 1943. Staged by Elia Kazan and featuring Jane Seymour, among others. 'One Touch of Venus, at The Imperial Theatre beginning December 1943. Staged by Elia Kazan. "Othello' at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre beginning December 1943. Featuring Paul Robeson. 'The Voice of the Turtle' at the Morosco Theatre beginning June 1946. 'Carousel' at the Majestic Theatre beginning July 1946. 'Around the World in Eighty Days' at the Adelphi Theatre beginning July 1946. Featuring (and by) Orson Welles and with music by Cole Porter. 'Life With Father' at the Bijou Theatre beginning July 1946. 'Anna Lucasta' at the Mansfield Theatre beginning July 1946. 'The Glass Menagerie' at the Royale Theatre beginning July 1946. By Tennessee Williams and featuring Laurette Taylor and Eddie Dowling. 'Oklahoma!' at the St. James Theatre beginning July 1946. 'O Mistress Mine' at the Empire Theatre beginning August 1946. 'Call Me Mister' at the National Theatre beginning August 1946. 'Annie Get Your Gun' at the Imperial Theatre beginning August 1946, and featuring Ethel Merman. 'State of the Union' at the Hudson Theatre beginning September 1946. Winner of the 1946 Pulitzer Prize. 'Street Scene' at the Adelphi Theatre beginning January 1947, and featuring lyrics by Langston Hughes. 'Brigadoon' at the Ziegfeld Theatre beginning July 1947. 'Happy Birthday' at the Broadhurst Theatre beginning July 1947. "The Telephone' and 'The Medium' at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre beginning July 1947. 'Born Yesterday' at the Lyceum Theatre beginning July 1947. 'Finian's Rainbow' at the Forty-Sixth Street Theatre beginning July 1947. 'Icetime' at the Theatre Rockefeller Center beginning July 1947. 'Medea' at the National Theatre beginning December 1947. 'Man and Superman' at the Alvin Theatre beginning December 1947. 'A Streetcar Named Desire' at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre dated 'beginning December 8 1947', written by Tennessee Williams, directed by Elia Kazan and starring Marlon Brando, Jessica Tandy and Karl Malden. The play began on December 3rd. GOOD to VERY GOOD condition. General uneven fading, some scuffing, minor soiling and edgewear to the cloth covers. Interior solid, with a few stray notations on several of the playbill wrappers. Minor creasing and soiling to some of the playbills. Bookseller Inventory # 007306

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Title: Bound volume of 25 New York Theater ...

Publisher: Various Publishers, New York

Binding: Cloth

Book Condition:Very Good

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