P.S. YOUR CAT IS DEAD! BROADWAY CAST - SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: KEIR DULLEA, JENNIFER WARREN, TONY MUSANTE, PETER WHITE, JAMES KIRKWOOD JR., BILL MOOR, MARY HAMILL - HFSID 313595
P.S. YOUR CAT IS DEAD! BROADWAY CAST Bill Moor, Keir Duella, Tony Musante, Jennifer Warren and 3 others sign their names on a program for P.S. Your Cat Is Dead! Show bill signed:
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P.S. YOUR CAT IS DEAD! BROADWAY CAST
Bill Moor, Keir Duella, Tony Musante, Jennifer Warren and 3 others sign their names on a program for P.S. Your Cat Is Dead!
Show bill signed: "Keir Duella", "Tony/Musante", "James Kirkwood", "With best/Mary Hamill", "Good luck,/Bill Moor", "Peter White", "Jennifer Warren", in black ink, 38 pages, 5¾x9. BILL MOOR (1931-2007) was an American actor born in Toledo, Ohio. As an actor, Moor spent sixty years on the stage and screen, beginning with his debut in a production of My Sister Eileen (1946). Nearly two decades later, Moor made his Broadway debut when he was cast as Reverend Phelps in the 1964 original production of Blues for Mister Charlie. From that point on the already seasoned actor busied himself, appearing in over eighteen Broadway productions (including a starring role in a production of the comedy Heartbreak House during late 1983 and early 1984), and thirty-one on-screen titles including a small part in It Ain't Easy (1972), his well-known role as Gressen in Kramer vs. Kramer (1979), and his last role as the dad in the 2006 short film Snare. After honing his acting skills in regional theater, KEIR DUELLA (b. 1936) made a strong film debut in The Hoodlum Priest (1961), following it up with David and Lisa in 1962. Dullea's most famous role, however, remains that of astronaut David Bowman, who battled the Hall 9000 computer and met an enigmatic fate in 2001: a Space Odyssey, directed by Stanley Kubrick and based on a story by Arthur C. Clarke. Dullea reappeared as Bowman in 2010, answering many of the questions lingering from 2001. The Fox, based on a novella by D. H. Lawrence, was released in 1967, winning a Golden Globe for Best English Foreign Language Film. TONY MUSANTE (1936-2013) received a Drama Desk nomination for P. S. Your Cat is Dead (1975) and an Emmy nomination for an episode of Medical Center that same year. Since a chilling debut in Ride with Terror (1963), Musante has ofen played Mafia bosses and other tough characters, notably his imprisoned Mafia Don in HBO's Oz (1997-1998). He has sometimes appeared for the good team, however, including the title role in the series Toma (1972-1974) and in Police Station (1974-1976). He has made several Italian films, including the well regarded Spaghetti Western The Mercenary. JENNIFER WARREN (b. 1941), who made her film debut in 1969 in Sam's Song, has made a number of feature films, including Slap Shot (1977), Ice Castles (1978) and Partners in Crime ( which she also directed, 2000) and made-for-TV movies and appeared as a guest star on several TV series, including Cagney & Lacey (1983), Hooperman (1988, 1989) and Murder, She Wrote (1991, 1994). She earned a Theatre World Award for her Broadway debut, 6 Rms Riv Vu (1972), and was honored by companion publication Screen World in 1975 as a Promising New Actor. Her You Don't Have to Die won an Oscar in 1989 for Best Short Documentary. Warren is a founder and former President of The Alliance of Woman Directors. PETER WHITE (b. 1937) took over the role of Lincoln Tyler of the daytime drama All My Children in 1974, playing that part continuously through 1980 and in occasional episodes through 2005. He has appeared in dozens of TV series from 1965 (Secret Storm) to Cold Case (2007). In films, he has often been cast as a high government official: Commerce Secretary in Dave (1993), Defense Secretary in Armageddon (1998) and CIA Director in Thirteen Days (2000). JAMES KIRKWOOD (1924-1989) is the author of novels There Must Be a Pony!, Good Times/Bad Times, American Grotesque, P.S. Your Cat is Dead!, and Some Kind of Hero. Co-author of the book of A Chorus Line, he won the 1976 Tony Award for Best Book of a Musical and the 1976 Pulitzer Prize in Drama. A Chorus Line ran for a then-record 6,137 performances, from 1975-1990. Also signed by MARY HAMILL (b. 1939) appearing as Janie. Corners slightly worn. Fine condition.
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