THE ROYAL FAMILY PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: ROSEMARY HARRIS, ROSETTA LE NOIRE, MARY LAYNE, ELLIS RABB, JOSEPH MAHER, RICHARD COUNCIL - HFSID 314907
THE ROYAL FAMILY PLAY CAST A showbill for The Royal Family signed by Rosemary Harris, Ellis Rabb, Joseph Maher, and three others Show bill signed: "Rosemary/Harris", "Eva LeGallienne", "Thanks/Rosetta Le Noire", "Joseph Maher", "Richard Council", "Mary/Layne", 54 pages, 5¾x9.
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THE ROYAL FAMILY PLAY CAST
A showbill for The Royal Family signed by Rosemary Harris, Ellis Rabb, Joseph Maher, and three others
Show bill signed: "Rosemary/Harris", "Eva LeGallienne", "Thanks/Rosetta Le Noire", "Joseph Maher", "Richard Council", "Mary/Layne", 54 pages, 5¾x9. A showbill for a production of The Royal Family at the John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts. English actress ROSEMARY HARRIS (b. 1927) made her West End debut in The Seven Year Itch in 1952, her Broadway debut Troilus and Cressida (1956). In between she appeared in her first film, Beau Brummel (1954) Harris, who trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts and the Old Vic, won a Tony as Eleanor in The Lion in Winter (1966) and no less than four Drama Desk Awards between 1972 and 1985. She won an Emmy for Notorious Woman on Masterpiece Theatre, and earned an Oscar nomination for Tom and Viv (1994). She has lived for 40 years in North Carolina with her husband, writer John Ehle. Their daughter is noted stage and screen actress Jennifer Ehle. ELLIS RABB (1930-1998), who starred as Sheridan Whiteside in this production, was a veteran Broadway actor who received his highest honors as a director: nominated for a Tony in 1966 for You Can't Take It With You, he won a decade later for The Royal Family. He was married to theater great Rosemary Harris from 1959 to 1967. An actor of stage and film, JOSEPH MAHER (1933-1998) worked mostly as a character actor, often being cast in aristocratic roles. He was much more prominent in the world of theatre, being nominated for three Tony awards for his work in Spokesong (1979), Night and Day (1980), and Loot (1986). While he did not win any Tonys, he won a Theatre World Award for Loot. He also worked heavily in television, appearing as a regular character on several shows, including Second Chance (1987) as St. Peter, Anything But Love (1989) as Brian Allquist, and Goode Behavior (1996) as Chancellor Willoughby. Also signed by MARY LAYNE (b. 1950) as Gwen Cavendish, ROSETTA LE NOIRE (1911-2002) as Della, and RICHARD COUNCIL (b. 1947). Corners worn and creased. Lightly toned. Signer page slightly soiled. Light surface creases. Edges slightly worn. Otherwise, fine condition.
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