SOCIAL SECURITY PLAY CAST Two Tony Award winners and three cast mates sign this Playbill for a presentation of Social Security at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre. Show Bill signed:

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Two Tony Award winners and three cast mates sign this Playbill for a presentation of Social Security at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre.
Show Bill signed: "Marlo Thomas", "Olympia Dukakis", "Ron Silver", "Kenneth Walsh", "Stefan Schnabel" and "Joanna Gleason", 66 pages, 5½x8½. Playbill for the Broadway comedy Social Security directed by Mike Nichols at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre, presented from April 17, 1986 to March 22, 1987. Joanna Gleason won the 1986 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play for her performance. Character actress OLYMPIA DUKAKIS won the Best Supporting Actress Academy Award and the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress in 1987 for Moonstruck and was also named Outstanding Actress in a Feature Film for her performance in The Event (2003). Actress JOANNA GLEASON (b. 1950) is well remembered for her Tony Award winning role in the 1998 musical Into The Woods. Also nominated for Tony's for Joe Egg (1985) and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (2005), she won two Drama Desk Awards (1986, 1988) and a Theatre World Award (1977). STEFAN SCHNABEL (1912-1999) made his first film appearance in the Welles-produced Journey Into Fear (1942), and thereafter was seen in roles calling for Teutonic bombast. Back on Broadway in the 1950s and 1960s, Schnabel essayed one of his best-loved roles: Papa Yoder in the musical Plain and Fancy. He later was seen in a number of Broadway productions, off-Broadway productions and various television programs. After guest starring in dozens of programs, actress MARLO THOMAS (born 1937), the daughter of Danny Thomas, starred in her own series, That Girl (1966-70), after which she concentrated on Broadway appearances and occasional films such as Thieves (1971). RON SILVER (1946-2009), was known for his extraordinary stage presence and high-energy portrayals of a variety of offbeat characters in films and on television. He was a regular cast member between 1976 and 1978 on the sitcom Rhoda, and then appeared in several made-for-television movies before appearing in Semi-Tough (1977). Silver got his first big break when he starred opposite Anne Bancroft in Garbo Talks (1984). He earned critical acclaim in 1989 for starring in Fellow Traveler, and that same year won a Tony and Drama Desk Award for Speed the Plow. KENNETH WALSH appeared in six Broadway productions between 1978 and 1997, The Inspector General (1978), Whose Life is it Anyway (1979), Piaf (1981), The Real Thing (1984-1985), Social Security (1986-1987) and The Little Foxes (1997). Fine condition.

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