THE DANCE OF DEATH PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: ZOE CALDWELL, ALFRED JOSEPH ANTOON, HECTOR ELIZONDO - HFSID 314771
THE DANCE OF DEATH PLAY CAST Hector Elizondo, Zoe Caldwell and Alfred Joseph Antoon sign on a Playbill for a production of The Dance of Death Show bill signed: "Zoe Caldwell", "Hector Elizondo", "Alfred Joseph Antoon", 26 pages, 5¾x9.
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THE DANCE OF DEATH PLAY CAST
Hector Elizondo, Zoe Caldwell and Alfred Joseph Antoon sign on a Playbill for a production of The Dance of Death
Show bill signed: "Zoe Caldwell", "Hector Elizondo", "Alfred Joseph Antoon", 26 pages, 5¾x9. Playbill for a production of The Dance of Death at the New York Shakespeare Festival. Puerto Rican-American actor HECTOR ELIZONDO (b. 1936) has spent nearly fifty years in the television, theatre, and film industry. Elizondo first got a taste for performing at the age of ten when he began performing with the Frank Murray Boys' Choir. He continued to polish his performing skills and, after studying dance, he made his first professional appearances in off-Broadway productions of Kill the One-Eyed Man and The Great White Hope. The stage actor made his first onscreen debut in the 1963 film The Fat Black Pussycat. After appearing as Vincento in The Edge of Night television series in 1967, Elizondo had his first big success when he was cast in the 1969 production of Steambath, for which he received an Obie Award. Even though he only appeared onscreen for a few minutes, one of his most well-known roles is that of Barney Thompson in the 1990 film Pretty Woman, for which he was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor. Elizondo is best known to TV audiences as Dr. Phillip Watters on Chicago Hope, a role which he filled for six years. Elizondo guest starred in such series as Maude (1974), Tales from the Crypt (1993), The West Wing (2002) and Jack & Bobby (2004) and starred in such series as Casablanca (1983), Foley Square (1985-1986) and Down and Out in Beverly Hills (1987). Being a favorite of director Garry Marshall, Elizondo has appeared in over a dozen of Marshall's movies, including The Flamingo Kid (1984), Pretty Woman (1990), Dear God (1996), Runaway Bride (1999) and the two The Princess Diaries films (2001, 2004). Since the beginning of his long career, Elizondo has been cast in over 135 titles. He is also an accomplished guitarist, singer and dancer, and was discovered by W.C. Handy, who appeared with him on local radio and television. ZOE CALDWELL (b. 1933) is a four-time Tony Award-winning actress. She began acting at nine in a production of Peter Pan and, at 15, left school to teach speech and perform on a children's radio program. Caldwell performed in Australia - she is one of the original members of the Union Theatre Repertory Company in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia - before making her Broadway debut in The Devils (1965-1966). She has since appeared in 12 Broadway productions as of this biography, earning Tony Awards for her performances in Slapstick Tragedy (1966), The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (1968), Medea (1982) and Master Class (1995-1997). Caldwell also has 16 TV shows and movies to her credit (as of this biography) since 1961, including a recreation of her role of Medea in the TV adaptation of that play. Disney fans may recognize her voice as that of the Grand Councilwoman of the United Galactic Federation in Lilo & Stitch (2002). Also signed by director ALFRED JOSEPH ANTOON (1944-1992). Lightly toned. Corners slightly worn and creased. Fine condition.
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