DESIGN FOR LIVING PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: RAUL JULIA, FRANK LANGELLA, JILL CLAYBURGH - HFSID 301568
DESIGN FOR LIVING PLAY CAST: RAUL JULIA, FRANK LANGELLA and JILL CLAYBURGH Playbill for their revival of the Noel Coward play, signed on the front cover Show Bill signed: "Raul Julia", "Frank Langella", "Jill Clayburgh", 98 pages, 5½x8½.
Sale Price $378.00
DESIGN FOR LIVING PLAY CAST: RAUL JULIA, FRANK LANGELLA and JILL CLAYBURGH
Playbill for their revival of the Noel Coward play, signed on the front cover
Show Bill signed: "Raul Julia", "Frank Langella", "Jill Clayburgh", 98 pages, 5½x8½. Playbill for a production of Design for Living at the Circle in the Square Theatre (New York), signed on the front cover. This revival of a Noel Coward play first performed on Broadway in 1933, ran for 245 performances (June 1984 to January 1985). Puerto Rican native RAUL JULIA (1940-1993) debuted in films in 1971 after considerable stage experience which included four Tony and three Drama Desk nominations for Two Gentlemen of Verona, Where's Charley, Threepenny Opera and Nine. His film credits include Eyes of Laura Mars (1978), Compromising Positions (1985), Kiss of the Spider Woman (1985) and Tequila Sunrise (1988). Stage and screen actor FRANK LANGELLA (b. 1940) was nominated for Tony Awards for Best Actor for his role as Count Dracula in the hit Broadway play, Dracula (which he reprised in the 1979 film version) and Match (2004), and he was also nominated for Best Supporting Actor Tony Awards for Seascape (1975) and Fortune's Fool (2002). Debuting in films in 1970's Diary of a Mad Housewife, Langella's film credits include Masters of the Universe (1987), Dave (1993) and Lolita (1997). He has also appeared in made-for-TV movies and guest starred on TV series. Interestingly, Raul Julia succeeded Frank Langella in the title role of Dracula. JILL CLAYBURGH (1933-2010) moved up the latter from her TV role Search for Tomorrow to Broadway appearances in such successes as The Rothschilds and Pippin. Some of the highlights of her film career include Portnoy's Complaint (1972), The Thief Who Came to Dinner (1974), Silver Streak (1977), Semi-Tough (1977) and An Unmarried Woman (1978). Fine condition.
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