KENNEDY'S CHILDREN PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: SHIRLEY KNIGHT, KAIULANI LEE, BARBARA MONTGOMERY, DOUGLAS TRAVIS - HFSID 314586
Shirley Knight, Kaiulani Lee, Barbara Montgomery, and Douglas Travis sign their names on a Playbill for a production of Kennedy's Children
Sale Price $198.00
KENNEDY'S CHILDREN SHOW CAST Shirley Knight, Kaiulani Lee, Barbara Montgomery, and Douglas Travis sign their names on a Playbill for a production of Kennedy's Children Show bill signed: "Barbara/Montgomery", "Kaiulani Lee", "Douglas Travis", "Shirley/Knight", in blue ink, 38 pages, 5¾x9. Playbill for a production of Kennedy's Children at the John Golden Theatre in New York. SHIRLEY KNIGHT (1936-2020) appeared headed for film stardom after she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress Oscars for The Dark at the Top of the Stairs (1960) and Sweet Bird of Youth (1962). She preferred to pursue a stage career, with considerable success, winning a Tony as Best Featured Actress in Kennedy's Children (1976). Two decades later she earned a Tony nomination as Best Actress for The Young Man from Atlanta (1997). Recently she has returned to film in mature roles, including prominent parts in A House on the Hill (2001) and P.S. Your Cat is Dead! (2003). She was married for nearly thirty years until his death (1998) to British playwright John Hopkins. Their daughter is Broadway performer Kaitlin Hopkins. KAIULANI LEE (b. 1950) is an actress who started out on stage. She made her Broadway debut in 1975's Kennedy's Children and her TV debut in The Waltons (1976) as Nurse Nora Taylor. She has over 20 movies and TV shows to her credit, including Cujo (1983), Zelly and Me (1988) and the 1998 episode A Midwife's Tale of The American Experience. She has also written the one-woman show A Sense of Wonder - based on the life of Silent Spring author Rachel Carson - and performed it for over a decade and a-half. BARBARA MONTGOMERY (b. 1939) is an actress of stage and television, most known for her role in Kennedy's Children on Broadway. She began her career on stage, appearing in the play My Sister, My Sister (1974), and appearing in Kennedy's Children (1975) shortly after. Montgomery was originally offered the role of Carla in the play, but turned it down to act as the school teacher, Wanda, wanting a more serious and character based role. Though the role was not as prominent, Montgomery eventually got her place in the spotlight in a starring role in the 1983 musical The Tap Dance Kid. In addition to her stage work, she played several roles on television, including a popular recurring role on the television comedy Amen as Casietta Hetebrink. Also signed by DOUGLAS TRAVIS (b. 1942) as the Bartender. Lightly toned. Corners slightly worn. Fine condition.
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