THE AU PAIR MAN PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: CHARLES DURNING, JULIE HARRIS - HFSID 320696
Sale Price $288.00
THE AU PAIR MAN PLAY CAST
A playbill for a production of The Au Pair Man, signed by Julie Harris and Charles Durning
Show bill signed: "Charles/Durning", "Julie/Harris", 30 pages, 5¾x9. Playbill for a production of The Au Pair Man at the Vivian Beaumont Theater. JULIE HARRIS(1925-2013) has six Tony Awards, the most ever won by a performer. She won for I Am a Camera (1952), The Lark (1956, as Joan of Arc), Forty Carats (1969), The Last of Mrs. Lincoln (1973) and as Emily Dickinson in the one-character play The Belle of Amherst (1977), plus a special Tony (2002) for Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre. She earned five other Tony nominations, and a Grammy for the recording of The Belle of Amherst. She toured for two seasons in the acclaimed stage version of Driving Miss Daisy. She earned a Best Actress Oscar nomination for her youthful role in The Member of the Wedding (1952), and performed memorably as James Dean's girlfriend in East of Eden (1956). She received nine Emmy nominations, winning the awards for televised plays Little Moon of Alban (1959) and Victoria Regina (1962) and as the voice over in Not For Ourselves Alone: The Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony (2000). TV viewers may remember her best for Knot's Landing (1981-1987). CHARLES DURNING (1923-2012) gained public notice and critical acclaim as a crooked cop in the Oscar-winning The Sting (1973). He went on to appear in several Burt Reynolds films, most memorably as the singing governor in The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (1982). That performance landed him an Oscar nomination, as did his spin on "Concentration Camp" Erhardt in the 1983 remake of To Be or Not to Be. In 1975, Durning was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for his portrayal of ulcerated police lieutenant Moretti in the theatrical feature Dog Day Afternoon (1975); he finally won that award 15 years later for his work as "Honey Fitz" Fitzgerald in the TV miniseries The Kennedys of Massachusetts. A frequent figure on television (Evening Shade), he won a Tony in 1990 as Big Daddy in a revival of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, one of his 13 Broadway appearances (1964-2000). Toned. Cover image has ink transfer. Corners lightly worn. Light surface creases. Otherwise, fine condition.
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