THE FRONT PAGE PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: JOHN LITHGOW, RICHARD THOMAS - HFSID 301642
THE FRONT PAGE PLAY CAST: JOHN LITHGOW and RICHARD THOMAS Both sign the cover of the Playbill Show Bill signed: "John Lithgow", "Richard Thomas", 56 pages, 5½x8½. Playbill for a production of The Front Page at The Lincoln Center Theatre at the Vivian Beaumont (1986-1986).
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THE FRONT PAGE PLAY CAST: JOHN LITHGOW and RICHARD THOMAS
Both sign the cover of the Playbill
Show Bill signed: "John Lithgow", "Richard Thomas", 56 pages, 5½x8½. Playbill for a production of The Front Page at The Lincoln Center Theatre at the Vivian Beaumont (1986-1986). signed on the front cover. This production won a Tony for Best Revival. No less a newspaper than the Wall Street Journal has called JOHN LITHGOW (b. 1945) "the film character actor of his generation." Lithgow has played everything from fish-out-of-water aliens (Third Rock from the Sun, 1996-2001) and Italian mad scientists (The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension!, 1984) to malevolent villains (Ricochet, 1991) and transsexual football jocks (The World According to Garp,1982). He's also something of a Renaissance man, being a composer and performer of children's songs and fair-to-middlin' painter. Lithgow got his start in the early 1970s on Broadway and remained in New York for many years, establishing himself as one of Broadway's most respected stars - not to mention earning two Tony Awards for his performances in The Changing Room (1973) and Sweet Smell of Success (2002). Lithgow got his first real break and a Best Supporting Actor nomination from The World According to Garp. He earned a second Best Supporting Actor Oscar nomination for Terms of Endearment (1983). In 1971, RICHARD THOMAS (b. 1951) was cast as John-Boy Walton in the Earl Hamner-scripted TV movie, The Homecoming. Though there would be a number of cast changes before The Homecoming metamorphosed into the weekly series The Waltons in 1972, Thomas was retained as John-Boy, earning a 1973 Emmy for his performance and remaining in the role until only a few months before the series' cancellation in 1981. During the Waltons' years, Thomas starred in several well-mounted TV movies, including the 1979 remake of All Quiet on the Western Front. Working through his own Melpomene Productions, Thomas has continued seeking creative challenges, including the role of Hamilton Whitney III in the TV series Just Cause (2002-2003). Lightly toned. Otherwise, fine condition.
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