HEDDA GABLER PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: DAVID SELBY, JANE ALEXANDER, EDWARD HERRMANN, PAMELA PAYTON-WRIGHT, JAN MINER, LEE RICHARDSON - HFSID 310681
HEDDA GABLER PLAY CAST Jane Alexander, Jan Miner, Edward Herrmann, and three other cast members sign this show bill for a production of Hedda Gabler Show Bill signed:
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HEDDA GABLER PLAY CAST Jane Alexander, Jan Miner, Edward Herrmann, and three other cast members sign this show bill for a production of Hedda Gabler Show Bill signed: "Jane/Alexander", "Pamela Payton", "Edward/Herrmann", "Lee Richardson", "Jan Miner", "David/Selby" all in black ink, 47p, 5½x9¼. Show bill for a production of Hedda Gabler at Boston University. JANE ALEXANDER (b. 1939) portrayed First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt 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. JAN MINER (1917-2004) was an American actress best known for her television commercial role of Madge in a series of long running Palmolive commercials. Before her commercial fame, Miner performed in the production of Viva Madison Avenue! (1960), and went on to act in eleven more Broadway plays, though one never officially opened. Her commercial series with Palmolive began in 1966 and continued until 1992, with the commercial running in six different countries. Frequently cast as a blue blood and/or intellectual (The Paper Chase, 1973; The Emperor's Club, 2002), EDWARD HERRMANN (1943-2014) also hosted and narrated several historical documentaries for the History Channel and the Arts and Entertainment Network. Cast as Franklin Roosevelt in both a TV movie (Eleanor and Franklin, 1976-1977) and a stage musical (Annie, 1982), Herrmann showed his versatility by learning to throw and hit left-handed for the TV movie A Love Affair: The Eleanor and Lou Gehrig Story (1977). His many TV appearances have included a regular role on The Gilmore Girls (2000-2007) and a recurring role on The Good Wife from 2010 to 2013. PAMELA PAYTON-WRIGHT won two Drama Desk Awards a generation apart, as an actress in Mourning Becomes Electra (1973) and as a director of The Orphans' Home Cycle (2010). LEE RICHARDSON (1926-1999) was an American-born actor known for his work on stage. However, he so often played British characters 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. DAVID SELBY (b. 1941) is an American stage and screen actor known for his role as Quentin Collins on the soap opera Dark Shadows (1968). Through the years, he has appeared in many TV shows and films, and had a recurring role in the daytime soap Falcon Crest (1982). In 2009, Selby portrayed Abraham Lincoln in a production honoring the anniversary of his 200th birthday. Lightly toned. Otherwise, fine condition.
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