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DIXIE CARTER - SHOW BILL SIGNED CIRCA 1997 - HFSID 226115

Playbill for the original Broadway production of Master Class, signed by Emmy-nominated Dixie Carter in silver ink. Carter was the third and final actress to portray Maria Callas in this play. She is probably best remembered as Julia Sugarbaker on Designing Women.

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DIXIE CARTER
Playbill for the original Broadway production of Master Class, signed by Emmy-nominated Dixie Carter in silver ink. Carter was the third and final actress to portray Maria Callas in this play. She is probably best remembered as Julia Sugarbaker on Designing Women.
Playbill signed: "Dixie Carter" in silver ink. Color and b/w, 52 pages including covers, 5¼x8¼, bound by three staples. Playbill for the original Broadway production of Master Class (1995-1997) at the John Golden Theatre, in which Carter starred as Maria Callas. She was the third and last actress to portray Callas in this production; the role earned Zoe Caldwell a Tony Award in 1996. Actress, singer and writer Carter (1939-2010) is best known for her TV roles as Julia Sugarbaker on the long-running comedy hit, Designing Women (1983-1993), and more recently as Randi King, the smart, sharp tongued lawyer with a southern rasp on Family Law (1999-2002) and in an Emmy-nominated turn as Gloria Hodge on Desperate Housewives (2006-2007). She has also starred in On Our Own (1977-1978), Out of the Blue (1979), Filthy Rich (1982-1983), Diff'rent Strokes (1984-1985) and Ladies Man (1999-2000). Carter has also starred in television movies and mini-series, including the 1981 CBS-TV movie The Killing of Randy Webster, where she met her husband, actor Hal Holbrook. In addition to her television credits, Carter also has an extensive theatre background and earned a Theatre World Award Drama Desk Award nomination for her performance the off-Broadway play Jesse and the Bandit Queen (1975-1976), as well as a Drama Desk Award nomination for her performance the off-Broadway play in Fathers and Sons (1978). Lightly toned and creased. Pen skipped while writing signature, which is legible. Lightly worn spine. Otherwise in fine condition.

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