FIVE-SIX-SEVEN-EIGHT...DANCE! PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: SANDY DUNCAN, MARGE CHAMPION, DON CORREIA - HFSID 314681
FIVE-SIX-SEVEN-EIGHT...DANCE! PLAY CAST Sandy Duncan, Marge Champion and Don Correia sign their names on a show bill for a production of Five-Six-Seven-Eight...Dance! Show bill signed: "Sandy/Duncan", "Marge Champion", "Don Correia", in blue felt tip, 10 pages, 5½x8½.
Sale Price $288.00
FIVE-SIX-SEVEN-EIGHT...DANCE! PLAY CAST
Sandy Duncan, Marge Champion and Don Correia sign their names on a show bill for a production of Five-Six-Seven-Eight...Dance!
Show bill signed: "Sandy/Duncan", "Marge Champion", "Don Correia", in blue felt tip, 10 pages, 5½x8½. SANDY DUNCAN (b. 1946) has been nominated for three Tony Awards, one each for Canterbury Tales (1968), The Boyfriend (1971) and Peter Pan (1980). Her films extend from Star Spangled Girl (1971) to Never Again (2001). On TV she has starred in The Sandy Duncan Show (1971-1972), The Hogan Family (1987-1991) and My Little Pony (1986-1992), while filming many commercials and guests spots. She had a prominent role in the miniseries Roots (1977). Dancer, choreographer and teacher MARGE CHAMPION (b. 1919) was married to Gower Champion from 1947-1973, during which time the couple were stars of several lavish film musicals for MGM, including Show Boat (1951). She assisted with his stage work, which yielded no less than 8 Tony Awards, and the couple shared a TV sitcom during the summer of 1957. Since retiring from the stage, Marge Champion (retaining that name) has taught dance, and designed creative church services. She made a rare reappearance on television in the series Fame (1982). The American actor, DON CORREIA (b. 1951), found his start on the screen - first appearing in the 1976 television movie Pinocchio. Thus far, Correia has appeared in six onscreen titles including Once Upon a Brothers Grimm (1977), The Equalizer (1986), and Everyone Says I Love You (1996). However, in 1975, Don Correia found success on the stage making his debut in the original musical drama A Chorus Line, which ran for nearly fifteen years. During that time he also appeared in five other productions including Little Me (1982) and Singin' in the Rain (1985-1986). His latest appearance includes a starring role in a revival of the musical drama Follies (2011-2012). Corners lightly worn. Surface creases. Binding and corners creased. Lightly toned. Stray ink mark on bottom margin of signing page. Otherwise, fine condition.
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