THE DINNER PARTY BROADWAY CAST - PRINTED ART SIGNED 2000 CO-SIGNED BY: LEN CARIOU, JOHN RITTER, HENRY "THE FONZ" WINKLER, PENNY FULLER, JAN MAXWELL, VEANNE COX - HFSID 299267
THE DINNER PARTY BROADWAY CAST The full cast of the Neil Simon play signs this printed caricature of them performing. Printed Art signed: "Henry Winkler/2000", "John Ritter", "Len Cariou", "Jan Maxwell", "Veanne Cox" and "Penny Fuller" in blue felt tip, B/w 11x8½.
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THE DINNER PARTY BROADWAY CAST
The full cast of the Neil Simon play signs this printed caricature of them performing.
Printed Art signed: "Henry Winkler/2000", "John Ritter", "Len Cariou", "Jan Maxwell", "Veanne Cox" and "Penny Fuller" in blue felt tip, B/w 11x8½. Captioned at left. The Neil Simon play, The Dinner Party, ran for 364 performances at the Music Box Theatre in New York, New York, opening on October 19, 2000 and closing on September 1, 2001. A one act comedy starring Winkler, Ritter, Cariou, Maxwell, Cox and Fuller, it is set at a first rate Paris restaurant. Fuller received a 2001 Tony Award nomination for Best Featured Actress in a Play for her performance in The Dinner Party, and Ritter won a 2001 Theatre World Award for his. On his 28th birthday, HENRY WINKLER (born in 1945) joined the popular sitcom Happy Days as Arthur "Fonzie" Fonzarelli. Although his character was never meant to be the star of the show, kids of all ages soon were imitating his leather-jacketed greaser with his trademark "Aaaay!" Both before and since Happy Days completed its run (1974-1984) on ABC, Winkler appeared several feature films, including Heroes (1977), Night Shift (1982) and Scream (1996). Winkler has also appeared in a long list of TV series, from Mary Tyler Moore (1973) to a recurring role as Barry Zuckerhorn on Arrested Development (2003-2005). Winkler has also been a successful director, producer and executive producer. JOHN RITTER (1948-2003), the son of Western film and music stars Tex Ritter and Dorothy Fay, had minor film roles until his Emmy-winning Three's Company role. Although he made several films, showing he could handle drama as well as comedy with Sling Blade (1996) and Panic (2000), his real forte was TV comedy. His later shows included Hooperman (1987-1989), Hearts Afire (1992-1995) and Eight Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter (2002-2003). He was taken ill on the Simple Rules set, dying of heart complications soon thereafter. PENNY FULLER (b. 1940) first appeared on Broadway in the 1960s, including the role of a replacement Sally Bowles in Cabaret. Starring roles came later, including Tony award nominations as Best Featured Actress for Applause (1970) and The Dinner Party (2001). She scored Drama Desk nominations for Three Viewings (1995) and A New Brain (1999) and won Emmy Awards for TV productions of The Elephant Man (1982) and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1985). JAN MAXWELL (b. 1956) has appeared on Broadway stages for over twenty years. After making her Broadway debut in City of Angels (1989-2002), she earned six Drama Desk Award nominations, won two Drama Desk Awards and has been nominated for five Tony Awards for her performances in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (2005), Coram Boy (2007), Lend Me a Tenor (2010), The Royal Family (2010) and Follies (2012). Her television credits include recurring roles on All My Children (2007), One Life to Live (2009) and Gossip Girl (2009, 2011). VEANNE COX (b. 1963) has appeared in films, television series and on stage for over thirty years. She was nominated for Drama Desk Award and Tony Award for her performance in Company (1995). Other Broadway credits include Smile (1986-1987) and A Free Man of Color (2010-2011). Cox has appeared in over forty films and television series, notables include Erin Brockovich (2000), Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2002) and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2012). LEN CARIOU (b. 1939) made his first Broadway appearance in 1968 (The House of Atreus) and received his first television credit in 1977. Since then, he has enjoyed a successful career in both Broadway and Hollywood, winning the 1979 Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical for Sweeney Todd. He was nominated for a 1970 Tony Award for Applause and a 1973 Tony Award for A Little Night Music. Nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award in 2009, his screen credits include Star Trek: Voyager (1997), About Schmidt (2002), Damages (2010) and Blue Bloods (2010-2012). Lightly creased. Otherwise, fine condition.
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