HEARTBREAK HOUSE PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: AMY IRVING, ROSEMARY HARRIS, REX HARRISON, PHILIP BOSCO - HFSID 301658
HEARTBREAK HOUSE PLAY CAST: ROSEMARY HARRIS, REX HARRISON, AMY IRVING and PHILIP BOSCO Four members of the stellar cast sign the front cover of the Playbill. Show Bill signed: "Philip Bosco", "Rex Harrison", "Amy Irving", "Rosemary Harris", 116 pages, 5½x8½.
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HEARTBREAK HOUSE PLAY CAST: ROSEMARY HARRIS, REX HARRISON, AMY IRVING and PHILIP BOSCO
Four members of the stellar cast sign the front cover of the Playbill.
Show Bill signed: "Philip Bosco", "Rex Harrison", "Amy Irving", "Rosemary Harris", 116 pages, 5½x8½. Playbill for a production of Heartbreak House at New York's Circle in the Square Theatre, signed on the cover. The fourth production of George Bernard Shaw's comedy, Heartbreak House, first performed in New York in 1920, ran for 65 performances at the Circle in the Square Theatre in 1983-1984. Harris, Harrison and Bosco received Tony nominations for this performance; Harris, Harrison and Irving earned Drama Desk nominations. English actress ROSEMARY HARRIS (b. 1927) made her West End debut in The Seven Year Itch in 1952, her Broadway debut Troilus and Cressida (1956). In between she appeared in her first film, Beau Brummel (1954) Harris, who trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts and the Old Vic, won a Tony as Eleanor in The Lion in Winter (1966) and no less than four Drama Desk Awards between 1972 and 1985. She won an Emmy for Notorious Woman on Masterpiece Theatre, and earned an Oscar nomination for Tom and Viv (1994). She has lived for 40 years in North Carolina with her husband, writer John Ehle. Their daughter is noted stage and screen actress Jennifer Ehle. Sir REX HARRISON (1908-1990), known for his suave, nonchalant style, appeared in the Broadway (1956-1958) and film (1964) versions of My Fair Lady, winning a Tony Award and the Best Actor Academy Award for his role as Professor Henry Higgins. He also won the 1949 Tony for Anne of a Thousand Days and was nominated for the 1963 Best Actor Oscar for Cleopatra. Stage and screen actress AMY IRVING (b. 1953) appeared on Broadway as Mozart's wife in Amadeus (1982) and won an Obie for Road to Mecca (1988). She was nominated for an Oscar as Best Supporting Actress in Yentil (1983) and for a Golden Globe as Best Actress for Crossing Delancey (1989). She was formerly married to producer/director Steven Spielberg (1985-1989). Stage, screen and television actor PHILIP BOSCO (b. 1930) won a Tony Award in 1990 for Lend Me a Tenor, and he has been nominated for Tony Awards four times: The Rape of the Belt (Best Supporting Actor, 1961), Heartbreak House (Best Supporting Actor, 1984), You Never Can Tell (Best Actor, 1987) and Moon Over Buffalo (Best Actor, 1996). Bosco, who made his film debut in 1968's A Lovely Way to Die, has been seen in a number of feature films, most notably in The Money Pit and Children of A Lesser God (both 1986) and Working Girl (1988). His other films include Three Men and a Baby (1987), The First Wives Club (1996), My Best Friend's Wedding (1997), Wonder Boys (2000), Kate & Leopold (2001) and Hitch (2005). Bosco has also been a regular on the daytime soap, The Guiding Light (1979), and the series Tribecca (1993), and he has made several guest starring appearances on other TV shows, from Armstrong Circle Theatre (1961) to Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2004). Fine condition.
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