ANGEL BROADWAY CAST - SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: FRED GWYNNE, FRANCES STERNHAGEN - HFSID 280447
Playbill for the 1978 Minskoff Theatre production of Angel, starring Fred Gwynne and Tony winner Frances Sternhagen. Sternhagen was nominated for a Tony for her performance as Eliza Grant in this musical.
Sale Price $342.00
ANGEL BROADWAY CAST: FRANCES STERNHAGEN and FRED GWYNNE Playbill for the 1978 Minskoff Theatre production of Angel, starring Fred Gwynne and Tony winner Frances Sternhagen. Sternhagen was nominated for a Tony for her performance as Eliza Grant in this musical. Showbill signed "Frances Sternhagen" and "Fred Gwynne" on the cast page. B/w and color, 72 pages, 5½x9, bound with 2 staples. Playbill showbill for the Minskoff Theatre production of Angel (1978). Sternhagen and Gwynne starred in this production. Sternhagen was nominated for a Tony Award for her performance as Eliza Grant. Stage, screen and television actress STERNHAGEN, born in 1930, won Tony Awards for The Good Doctor (1974) and The Heiress (1995), and she was nominated for five additional Tonys (The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window, 1972; Equus, 1975; Angel, 1978; On Golden Pond, 1979; and, Morning's at Seven, 2002). Like many stage actresses, she has found roles in several daytime TV dramas (Love of Life, One Life to Live, The Secret Storm). Sternhagen, who has made recurring guest appearances on such popular series as Cheers (as Esther Clavin, 1985-1993), ER (as Millicent Carter, 1997-2003) and Sex and the City (as Bunny, 2000-2002), has also made a number of feature films. In 1961, GWYNNE (1926-1993) co-starred in the Broadway musical Irma La Douce when TV producer/writer Nat Hiken, who had cast Gwynne in a handful of guest roles on the 1950s sitcom Sgt. Bilko, hired the actor to play NYPD officer Francis Muldoon on the weekly comedy Car 54, Where are You? (1961-1963). A year after the series' cancellation, Gwynne was starred in his most famous TV role: bolt-necked, soft-hearted Herman Munster in The Munsters (1964-1966). Lightly toned and creased, otherwise in fine condition. Authenticated by Al Wittnebert.
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