CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF PLAY CAST - AUTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: DANIEL HUGH KELLY, CHARLES DURNING, KATHLEEN TURNER, POLLY HOLLIDAY - HFSID 298881
CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF PLAY CAST Four performers from the 1990 production sign a tan envelope. Signatures: "Kathleen Turner", "Polly Holliday", "Daniel Hugh Kelly" and "Charles/Durning", 8½x8½, tan envelope.
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CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF PLAY CAST
Four performers from the 1990 production sign a tan envelope.
Signatures: "Kathleen Turner", "Polly Holliday", "Daniel Hugh Kelly" and "Charles/Durning", 8½x8½, tan envelope. Cat on a Hot Tin Roof was performed at the Eugene O'Neil Theatre March 21, 1990 and August 1, 1990. KATHLEEN TURNER burst onto the movie scene in a star-making blaze when she was cast as femme fatale Matty in the neo-noir thriller Body Heat (1981). Some of her other well-known films include The Man with Two Brains (1983), Crimes of Passion (1984), Romancing the Stone (1984), Prizzi's Honor (1985), Peggy Sue Got Married (Academy Award nomination, 1986), War of the Roses (1989) and The Virgin Suicides (1999). In 1988, Turner gave a sexy performance as the voice of Jessica Rabbit in Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Turner has also had some major stage roles in New York and London: Maggie in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Tony nomination, Mrs. Robinson in The Graduate, and Martha in Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf. Recent TV appearances include 10 episodes of Californication (2009). POLLY HOLLIDAY is best known as sassy waitress "Flo" Castleberry in the TV sitcom Alice (1986-1990) and her own spinoff Flo (1990-1991), with her trademark line "Kiss my grits!" She earned a Tony nomination as Best Featured Actress (1990) as Big Mama in a revival of Tennessee Williams' Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. She played a memorable villain in the film Gremlins (1984). DANIEL HUGH KELLY made his mark in repertory and off-Broadway theatre before starring on the Great White Way revivals opposite Kathleen Turner in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1990) and Madeleine Kahn in Born Yesterday (1993). His first starring TV role was that of Senator Frank Ryan in Ryan's Hope (1978-1981) and his most prominent role: Mark "Skid" McCormick in Hardcastle & McCormick (1983-1986). Familiar to TV viewers from such shows as Law & Order, The West Wing and Boston Legal, he returned to daytime dramas in As the World Turns (2007-2009). He portrayed JFK in the NBC mini-series The Women of Camelot (2001). CHARLES DURNING gained public notice and critical acclaim as a crooked cop in the Oscar-winning The Sting (1973). He went on to appear in several Burt Reynolds films, most memorably as the singing governor in The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (1982). That performance landed him an Oscar nomination, as did his spin on "Concentration Camp" Erhardt in the 1983 remake of To Be or Not to Be. In 1975, Durning was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for his portrayal of ulcerated police lieutenant Moretti in the theatrical feature Dog Day Afternoon (1975); he finally won that award 15 years later for his work as "Honey Fitz" Fitzgerald in the TV miniseries The Kennedys of Massachusetts. A frequent figure on television (Evening Shade), he won a Tony in 1990 as Big Daddy in a revival of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Lightly worn and creased. Irregularly cut at right edge. Otherwise, fine condition.
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