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CHALK GARDEN PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: FRITZ WEAVER, SIOBHAN McKENNA - HFSID 312747

Both actors sign on the cast page of an Ethel Barrymore Theatre production. Weaver won a Theatre World Award for this performance, and both received Tony nominations. Show Bill signed: "Fritz Weaver", "Siobhan McKenna", full program (22 pages), 6½x9.

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THE CHALK GARDEN PLAY CAST: FRITZ WEAVER and SIOBHAN McKENNA
Both actors sign on the cast page of an Ethel Barrymore Theatre production. Weaver won a Theatre World Award for this performance, and both received Tony nominations.
Show Bill signed: "Fritz Weaver", "Siobhan McKenna", full program (22 pages), 6½x9. Playbill for a production of The Chalk Garden at New York's Ethel Barrymore Theatre, signed by both on the cast page. FRITZ WEAVER (1926-2016) won a Best Actor Tony and a Drama Desk Award for Child's Play (1970). He had already won a Theatre World Award, and had been nominated for a Tony earlier for The Chalk Garden (1955-1956). He earned an Emmy nomination for his role as Dr. Josef Weiss in the TV miniseries Holocaust (1978). Since the mid-1990s, he has performed mostly voice over roles, including many narrations for the History Channel. Weaver was inducted into the American Theatre Hall of Fame in 2010.Irish stage and screen actress SIOBHAN McKENNA (1923-1986) first performed the part which made her famous, the title role in Shaw's Saint Joan at the Abbey Theatre in Dublin, later bringing the performance to London and New York. McKenna received Tony nominations for The Chalk Garden and The Rope Dancers (1958). Her films included King of Kings (as the Virgin Mary, 1961), Of Human Bondage and Doctor Zhivago. McKenna, who grew up speaking Gaelic in an Irish nationalist family, received the Gold Medal of the Eire Society of Boston for "spreading awareness of the cultural achievements of the Irish people." Edges lightly worn. Toned. Otherwise, fine condition.

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