LITTLE ME PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: JAMES "JIMMY" COCO, MARY GORDON MURRAY, ROBERT DRIVAS, JESSICA JAMES, DON CORREIA - HFSID 301511
LITTLE ME PLAY CAST: JAMES "JIMMY" COCO, MARY GORDON MURRAY, ROBERT DRIVAS, JESSICA JAMES, and DON CORREIA Showbill for Little Me, signed by the director and performers Show Bill signed: "James Coco", "Mary Gordon Murray", "Robert Drivas", "Jessica James", "Don Correia", 74 pages, 5½x8½.
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LITTLE ME PLAY CAST: JAMES "JIMMY" COCO, MARY GORDON MURRAY, ROBERT DRIVAS, JESSICA JAMES, and DON CORREIA
Showbill for Little Me, signed by the director and performers
Show Bill signed: "James Coco", "Mary Gordon Murray", "Robert Drivas", "Jessica James", "Don Correia", 74 pages, 5½x8½. Playbill for a production of Little Me at the Eugene O'neill Theatre, signed in blue felt tip on the cast page. JAMES "JIMMY" COCO (1929-1987) earned an Obie for his stage performance in The Moon In Yellow River (1959), and starred in several plays each by Neil Simon and Terence McNally. His starred in two short-lived TV series of the 1970s, but was a popular guest, winning an Emmy for one such appearance on St. Elsewhere (1983). His films included Man Of La Mancha (as Sancho Panza, 1972), Murder By Death (1976) and his final role in That's Adequate (1990). He was Oscar-nominated as Best Supporting Actor for Only When I Laugh (1981). MARY GORDON MURRAY (b. 1953) played Becky Lee Hunt Buchanan on the daytime drama One Life to Live from 1977 to 1985, with return visits to the show through 2001. She has been a frequent TV guest star ever since; some of her recent appearances have been episodes of Bones, Numb3rs, CSI, Nip/Tuck and Ghost Whisperer. Her Broadway career extends from The Robber Bridegroom (1976-1977) to Footloose (2000). In the hit Sondheim comedy Into the Woods, she stepped into roles as the Baker's wife, and later the Witch. ROBERT DRIVAS (1938-1986) was an American actor and director, best known for his theatre directing. He began his career in 1958, as an actor, when he was cast as Rameses in the original play The Firstborn. That same year, Drivas made his onscreen debut in an episode of Young Dr. Malone. Over the next decade, he continued to act both on the stage and on the screen, appearing in such titles as The Wall (1960-1961), And Things Go Bump in the Night (1965), the television series The Wild Wild West (1966), and the popular television series Bonanaza (1968). Eventually, in 1974, Drivas made his directing debut, when he directed the original one-act comedy Bad Habits. Throughout the next nine years, Drivas directed eight more productions, and starred in a single production entitled The Man Who Had Three Arms (1983). His last professional role before his death was as the director of the 1983 original production of Peg. JESSICA JAMES (1929-1990) was an American stage and screen actress born in Los Angeles, California. Unlike many performers, James made her acting debut on the screen rather than the stage, when she was given a minor role in the 1960 film Ocean's Eleven. From that point forward, she regularly appeared on the screen in such titles as Heaven With a Gun (1969), Spring Break (1983), Alien Nation (1988), and her last onscreen appearance as Grace in the 1990 film Little Vegas. In 1972, James made her stage debut in the original production of Company. Over the next decade, she appeared in another three stage productions including Gemini (1977-1981), 42nd Street (190-1989), and Little Me (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). Lightly toned. Corners lightly creased. Otherwise, fine condition.
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