PRECIOUS SONS PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: JUDITH IVEY, ANTHONY RAPP, ED HARRIS, WILLIAM O'LEARY, ANNE MARIE BOBBY, NORMAN RENE, MARTY BELL - HFSID 301715
PRECIOUS SONS PLAY CAST Playbill for the 1996 Broadway production, signed on the cover (which shows stars Harris and Ivey), by the entire cast, and also by the director and producer Show Bill signed:
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PRECIOUS SONS PLAY CAST
Playbill for the 1996 Broadway production, signed on the cover (which shows stars Harris and Ivey), by the entire cast, and also by the director and producer
Show Bill signed: "Judith/Ivey", "Ed Harris", "Anthony/Rapp", "William/O'Leary", "Anne/Bobby", "Norman René", "Marty Bell", 82 pages, 5½x8½. Playbill for a production of Precious Sons at New York's Longacre Theatre. Precious Sons, which ran for 60 performances (March to May 1986), starred Ed Harris and Judith Ivey as a married couple in bitter strife over their family. Anthony Rapp, Anne Marie Bobby and William O'Leary (in his Broadway debut) filled out the cast. Norman René directed the play, while Marty was co-producer. MARTY BELL is responsible for the development of the new musicals Kiss of the Spider Woman, Ragtime, Fosse and Love Musik (among others), plays that have won 19 Tonys. Bell received a special Tony honor for founding Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. ED HARRIS (b. 1950) has earned three Oscar nominations for Best Supporting Actor (Apollo 13, The Truman Show and The Hours) and one for Best Actor (Pollock). Among his many other notable performances have been The Right Stuff (as John Glenn) and Sweet Dreams (as Patsy Cline's husband Charlie Dick). JUDITH IVEY (b. 1951) won Tony Awards in 1983 (Steaming) and 1985 (Hurly Burly) and was nominated for a Tony in 1992 (Park Your Car in Harvard Yard). Best known to TV audiences as B.J. Poteet (1992-1993) on the TV sitcom, Designing Women, Ivey has also appeared as a regular in several other TV series, including Down Home (1990-1991), The 5 Mrs. Buchanans (1994-1995) and Buddies (1996). She has also made a number of made-for-TV movies, including The Long Hot Summer (1985) and Decoration Day (1990), starred in the Stephen King miniseries, Rose Red (2003), and made guest appearances on a number of other TV shows. Ivey's film credits include The Woman in Red (1984), Harry and Son (1984), Compromising Positions (1985), The Devil's Advocate (1997), Washington Square (1997) and What Alice Found (2003). Stage director NORMAN RENÉ (b. 1951) won an Obie for Prelude to a Kiss (1988), later taking the work to Broadway and a feature film. He was nominated for Drama Desk Awards for Prelude and Reckless (also the 1995 film). He died of AIDS in 1996. Precious Sons was the third of five Broadway roles for ANNE MARIE BOBBY (b. 1967), from The Real Thing (1984) to White Liars and Black Comedy (1993). The Broadway credits of ANTHONY RAPP (b. 1971) include Six Degrees of Separation, Rent and most recently You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown. This Broadway debut of WILLIAM O'LEARY (b. 1957) has been his only appearance there to date, but he has an impressive list of feature film and TV credits, as the list below attests. Lightly toned. Otherwise, fine condition.
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