FIND YOUR WAY HOME PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: JANE ALEXANDER, MICHAEL MORIARTY, LEE RICHARDSON - HFSID 341954
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FIND YOUR WAYE HOME PLAY CAST
Playbill for a production of Find Your Way Home signed by stars Jane Alexander, Michael Moriarty, and Lee Richardson. Extremely rare!
Show bill signed: "Jane/Alexander", "Michael Moriarty", "Lee Richardson", 5½x9. 26 pages. Playbill for a production of Find Your Way Home at Brooks Atkinson Theatre in New York City, New York. Stage, screen and television actress JANE ALEXANDER (b. 1939) portrayed the First Lady in two TV specials, Eleanor and Franklin (1976) and Eleanor and Franklin: the White House Years (1977). Alexander won a Tony Award for The Great White Hope (1969) and an Emmy Award for Playing for Time (1981). She also was nominated for Academy Awards for Best Actress for The Great White Hope (1971) and Testament (1983) and nominated for Best Supporting Actress Oscars for All The President's Men and Kramer vs. Kramer (1979). She chaired the National Endowment for the Arts from 1993-1997. At 22, MICHAEL MORIARTY (B. 1941) played Octavius Caesar in a New York Shakespeare Festival production of Antony and Cleopatra, the first of many Shakespearean assignments. He made his Broadway bow in Trial of the Catonsville 9 and his film debut in 1972'sHickey and Boggs. In 1973 and 1974, no one was a likelier candidate for big-time stardom than Moriarty. He starred as ingratiatingly egotistical ballplayer Henry Wiggen in theatrical feature Bang the Drum Slowly (1973), earned an Emmy for his portrayal of the Gentleman Caller in a TV adaptation ofThe Glass Menagerie, and won the Tony award for his work in the Broadway play Find Your Way Home. From 1990 to 1994, Moriarty earned three Emmy nominations for his work as Assistant DA Ben Stone in TV's Law and Order, but he left the show under contentious circumstances, claiming the producers were surrendering to demands that the show be made less violent and controversial. Moriarty, now a Canadian citizen, continues to act and play jazz piano while speaking out on political issues, especially in passionate opposition to abortion. LEE RICHARDSON (1926-1999) was an American born actor known for his work on stage, performing so often in British roles that many confused him for being British. Although he had appearances in many television and film roles, it was on the stage where Richardson excelled. He performed in 15 Broadway plays, starring in 6 of them, with his role in the play Vivat! Vivat Regina! (1972) earning him a Tony nomination. He also helped found the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis, which still continues to house many productions today. His last acting credit was in the 1998 short June. Some pages heavily toned. Cover heavily toned on right margin. Corners lightly worn and creased. Left edge of cover worn and frayed. Otherwise, fine condition.
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