AND MISS REARDON DRINKS A LITTLE PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: PAUL ZINDEL, NANCY MARCHAND, ESTELLE PARSONS, JULIE HARRIS - HFSID 301558
AND MISS REARDON DRINKS A LITTLE PLAY CAST Playbill for a presentation of And Miss Reardon Drinks A Little at the Morosco Theatre, signed by the Pulitzer Prize winning playwright, a six-time Tony Award winner and two Tony Award nominees.
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AND MISS REARDON DRINKS A LITTLE PLAY CAST
Playbill for a presentation of And Miss Reardon Drinks A Little at the Morosco Theatre, signed by the Pulitzer Prize winning playwright, a six-time Tony Award winner and two Tony Award nominees.
Show Bill signed: "Julie Harris", "Estelle Parsons", "Paul Zindel" and "Nancy Marchand", 40 pages, 6x9. Playbill for a production of And Miss Reardon Drinks A Little, written by Paul Zindel, at New York's Morosco Theatre. The show ran for 108 performances, running from February 25, 1971 to May 29, 1971. Performing the role of Catherine Reardon, Estelle Parsons received a 1971 Tony Award nomination for Best Actress in a Play. Julie Harris performed the role of Anna Reardon and Nancy Marchand played Ceil Adams. JULIE HARRIS (1925-2013) has six Tony Awards, the most ever won by a performer. She won for I Am a Camera (1952), The Lark (1956, as Joan of Arc), Forty Carats (1969), The Last of Mrs. Lincoln (1973) and as Emily Dickinson in the one-character play The Belle of Amherst (1977), plus a special Tony (2002) for Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre. She earned five other Tony nominations, and a Grammy for the recording of The Belle of Amherst. She toured for two seasons in the acclaimed stage version of Driving Miss Daisy. She earned a Best Actress Oscar nomination for her youthful role in The Member of the Wedding (1952), and performed memorably as James Dean's girlfriend in East of Eden (1956). She received nine Emmy nominations, winning the awards for televised plays Little Moon of Alban (1959) and Victoria Regina (1962) and as the voice over in Not For Ourselves Alone: The Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony (2000). TV viewers may remember her best for Knot's Landing (1981-1987). NANCY MARCHAND (1928-2000, born in Buffalo, New York) was an Emmy and Golden Globe-winning actress. Marchand got her start on the stage. She had a total of 24 performances on Broadway between 1951 and 1994, with a Tony nomination for her performances in White Liars and Black Comedy (1993). She made the jump to TV in 1953 in Marty and to movies in 1957 in The Bachelor Party. Marchand had numerous guest star roles and appearances in soap operas after that, including Love of Life, The Edge of Night and Another World. Modern audiences probably know Marchand best as Margaret Pynchon from Lou Grant (1977-1982), a role that earned her four Emmys, and as Livia Soprano from The Sopranos (1999-2000), which earned her a Golden Globe and two Emmy nods. A character actress of stage, film and television who often portrayed demented women, ESTELLE PARSONS, born in Marblehead, Massachusetts in 1927, won a Best Supporting Actress Academy Award for Bonnie and Clyde (1967) and was nominated for the Best Supporting Actress Oscar for Rachel, Rachel (1968). She also played the screechy mother on the TV's sitcom Rosanne (1988-1997). Parsons has been nominated for Tony Awards for Best Actress in a Play for The Seven Descents of Myrtle (1968), And Miss Reardon Drinks A Little (1971) and Miss Margarida's Way (1978), and she received a Best Featured Actress Tony nomination for Mornings at Seven (2002). Her credits as a staff writer and feature producer include The Tonight Show, and Parsons, who had originally studied law, was the first TV network political news reporter (The Today Show). PAUL ZINDEL (1936-2003), a high school chemistry teacher, was also one of the founders of the young adult literary genre, penning The Pigman (his first novel, 1968), The Pigman's Legacy and Harry and Hortense at Hormone High. A distinguished playwright who was awarded the 1971 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, four of his works were performed on Broadway including The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds (1978) and And Miss Reardon Drinks A Little (1971). Fine condition.
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