SCAPINO PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: JIM DALE, GEORGE CONNOLLY, CHRISTOPHER HASTINGS, IAN TRIGGER - HFSID 308997
SCAPINO PLAY CAST Program for the production signed Jim Dale, Ian Trigger, Christopher Hastings, and George Connolly Show bill signed: "Jim Dale", "Ian Trigger", "Christopher Hastings", "George/Conolly", 35 pages, 5½x9.
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SCAPINO PLAY CAST
Program for the production signed Jim Dale, Ian Trigger, Christopher Hastings, and George Connolly
Show bill signed: "Jim Dale", "Ian Trigger", "Christopher Hastings", "George/Conolly", 35 pages, 5½x9. Program for a production of Scapino at New York's Ambassador Theatre (September 1974 - March 1975).JIM DALE, born James Smith in Rothwell, Northants, England in 1935, is a Grammy and Tony-winning English actor, composer, writer and comedian. Dale got his start a stage actor and stand-up comedian. He has over 40 movies and TV shows to his credit, his most recent as of this biography as the narrator in Pushing Daisies (2007). But Dale's probably best known as Dale in eight of the Carry On films, beginning with Carry On Cabby (1963). Dale also wrote the title song for Gregory Girl (1966), which became a Top 10 hit in the United States. His stage credits include seven Broadway appearances, where he's earned a Tony Award for his performance in the title role of Barnum (1980-1982, 854 performances) and numerous straight and comedic performances in London's National Theatre and Old Vic Theatre. Disney fans may recognize Dale's voice as that of Dr. Terminus in Pete's Dragon (1977), while Harry Potter fans may recognize his voice as the narrator on the audio book version of the Harry Potter series in the United States and Canada. His work on the Harry Potter series earned him two Grammys and made him a Member of the Order of the British Empire. GEORGE CONNOLLY was a stage manager and performer born on October 26, 1944 in Boston, Massachusetts. On Broadway, Conolloy had performed in roles for the comedy The Happy Time (1968), play Borstal Boy (1970), play The Last of Mrs. Lincoln (1972), and the comedy Scapino (1974). English actor IAN TRIGGER (1942-2010) was born in Plymouth, England, United Kingdom. Trigger began his acting career in television, starting with a minor role in the television series The Dark Island (1962). He would perform in other minor television roles, until moving to the theatre stage in the Broadway performance of Scapino (1974). After Scapino, he would later perform in the original Broadway plays Habeas Corpus (1975) and 13 Rue de l'Amour (1978). Born in Boston, Massachusetts on May 4, 1948, CHRISTOPHER HASTINGS is a Broadway actor performing for various shows through the early to mid-1970's. He was trained at the Yale School of Drama, and would go on to act in three plays; Butley (1972) and two productions of Scapino (May - August 1974, September 1974 - March 1975). Light toning. Fine condition.
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