BERMUDA AVENUE TRIANGLE PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL SIGNED CIRCA 1997 CO-SIGNED BY: NANETTE FABRAY, RENEE TAYLOR, JOSEPH BOLOGNA - HFSID 226116
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BERMUDA AVENUE TRIANGLE PLAY CAST: JOE BOLOGNA, RENÉE TAYLOR and NANETTE FABRAY. Playbill signed: "Joe Bologna", "Nanette Fabray" and "Renée Taylor", 68p, 5¼x8½. New York, circa May 1997. The Promenade Theatre program for Bermuda Avenue Triangle, written by Renée Taylor and Joe Bologna. Photograph, b/w, 4x4½, of the three stars/signers on front cover. Bermuda Avenue Triangle, an adult comedy/drama, starred Taylor and Fabray as Tess & Fanny, two older women who are set up in a Las Vegas condo by their well-meaning daughters. Both women fall in love with charming swindler Johnny Paolucci (Bologna) and discover that their lives are far from over. Actor and screenwriter JOE BOLOGNA (1938-2017) and actress, screenwriter and director RENÉE TAYLOR (born Renee Wexler in 1933) were married in 1965. The couple wrote a number of scripts, including the Broadway hit comedy, Lovers and Other Strangers (Bologna and Taylor were nominated for a Academy Award for the 1970 film adaptation), Made for Each Other (1971) and Bermuda Avenue Triangle (1997). The couple, who won an Emmy Award for their 1973 TV special, Acts of Love and Other Comedies, also directed and co-starred in It Had to be You (1989, adapted from their play). Bolgona began his show business career producing and directing Manhattan-based TV commercials. After making his film debut in Made for Each Other (1971), Bologna appeared in a number of feature films, including The Big Bus (1976), My Favorite Year (1982), The Woman in Red (1984), It Had to Be You (1989) and Big Daddy. He was also seen in a number of made-for-TV movies. Taylor had first gained national attention on the late-night Jack Paar Program (1959-1962) and made her film debut in 1961 in The Errand Boy. Taylor's other feature film credits include The Producers (1968), Last of the Red Hot Lovers (1972), All I Want for Christmas (1991) and National Lampoon's Lady Killers (2003). The career of NANETTE FABRAY (Ruby Bernadette Nanette Fabares 1920-2018) includes feature films, Broadway and television. Fabray, a veteran of vaudeville, made her feature film debut in The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (1939) and gave one of her best performances in 1953's The Band Wagon. Her success on Broadway included a Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical for Love Life (1949), and she was nominated for a Tony in the same category for Mr. President (1963). On the small screen, Fabray had her own sitcom, The Nanette Fabray Show (1961), played Bonnie Franklin's mother in One Day at a Time and won 3 Emmy Awards after replacing Imogene Coca as Sid Caesar's comedy partner (1954-1955). Fabray, who is the aunt of actress Shelley Fabares, also appeared in a number of made-for-TV movies. Lightly soiled at blank margins, lightly creased at lower corners. Overall, fine condition.
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