THE LADY FROM DUBUQUE PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: IRENE WORTH, TONY MUSANTE, CELIA WESTON, EARLE HYMAN, MAUREEN ANDERMAN, BAXTER HARRIS - HFSID 308998
THE LADY FROM DUBUQUE PLAY CAST Signed program for the production at the Morosco Theatre by six of the performers Show bill signed: "Celia/Weston", "Baxter Harris", "Maureen/Anderman", "Earle Hyman", "Tony Musante", "Irene Worth", 71 pages, 5½x9.
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THE LADY FROM DUBUQUE PLAY CAST
Signed program for the production at the Morosco Theatre by six of the performers
Show bill signed: "Celia/Weston", "Baxter Harris", "Maureen/Anderman", "Earle Hyman", "Tony Musante", "Irene Worth", 71 pages, 5½x9. CELIA WESTON is an American actress born in Spartanburg, South Carolina on December 14, 1951. Her acting career started off strong with a role as Maraya in the original Broadway play Loose Ends (1979). She would go on to act in several more Broadway plays, including The Lady from Dubuque (1980) and most recently True West (2000). In-between her Broadway plays, Weston would work in various television roles, her most known role being Jolene Hunnicutt on the television series Alice (1976). BAXTER HARRIS (b. 1940) has appeared in 5 Broadway plays, including understudy to Frank Langella as Count Dracula. His most recent starring role was in the Off-Broadway Count the Ways (1993). Like so many Broadway actors, he included an appearance on Law & Order (1998) among his TV credits. MAUREEN ANDERMAN (b. 1946) has appeared in 18 Broadway plays since 1970, and many more off-Broadway and regional shows. She won a Theatre World Award in 1972 for Moonchildren and notched a Tony nomination for The Lady from Dubuque (1980). She made many TV guest appearances, including both prime time series (Kojak, St Elsewhere) and daytime dramas. She returned to Broadway in 2007 for The Year of Magical Thinking. While best known as Bill Cosby's dad Russell Huxtable on The Cosby Show (1984-1992), EARLE HYMAN (b. 1926) has been appearing in films for half a century, with almost sixty years to his name if you include a bit part in The Lost Weekend (1945). Hyman has a second home in Norway, where he has appeared on stage and television since the 1950s. TONY MUSANTE (1936-2013) received a Drama Desk nomination for P. S. Your Cat is Dead (1975) and an Emmy nomination for an episode of Medical Center that same year. Since a chilling debut in Ride with Terror (1963), Musante has often played Mafia bosses and other tough characters, notably his imprisoned Mafia Don in HBO's Oz (1997-1998). He has sometimes appeared for the good team, however, including the title role in the series Toma (1972-1974) and in Police Station (1974-1976). He has made several Italian films, including the well regarded Spaghetti Western The Mercenary. IRENE WORTH (1916-2002), (born Harriet Abrams in Fairbury, Nebraska) was an American actress. Most of her performances were in London's West End, frequently playing Shakespearean roles at the Old Vic theatre. She got her start in American stage and won three Tony Awards in the original Broadway production of Edward Albee's Tiny Alice (1961), in Sweet Bird of Youth (1965) and in Neil Simon's Lost in Yonkers (1991). She also appeared in 30 movies and TV shows between 1948 and 1999 received a British Film Academy Award for Best British Actress in the 1958 movie Orders to Kill. Light toning. Fine condition.
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