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A Chorus Line"A New York Shakespeare Production in association with Joseph Papp presents: A Chorus Line." August 1975. Shubert Theatre. Conceived, choreographed, and directed by: Michael Bennett. Book by: James Kirkwood and Nicholas Dante. Music by: Marvin Hamlisch. Lyrics by: Edward Kleban. Starring: Pamela Blair, Wayne Cilento, Priscilla Lopez, Donna McKecknie et al. Small smudge on back cover, bonus ticket stub stapled inside. Very good. $40.00. Barbra StreisandBarbra Streisand: "Ray Stark presents: Barbra Streisand and Johnny Desmond in: Funny Girl." Winter Garden Theatre. Volume 2, Number 9, September 1965. Producer: Ray Stark. Written by Isobel Lennart. Directed by Garson Kanin. Music by Jule Styne. Lyrics by Bob Merrill. Also starring Lee Allen, Fritzi, Burr, Alan Manson, Joseph Macaulay, et al. Minor creasing but it's in very good condition overall. Very good. $20.00.

Alan AldaAlan Alda: "The Apple Tree," Shubert Theatre, 1967. Volume 4, January 1967, Number 1. Producer: Stuart Ostrow. Director: Mike Nichols. Book: Sheldon Harmick and Jerry Bock, based upon the stories of Mark Twain, Frank R. Stockton and Jules Feiffer. Music: Jerry Bock; lyrics: Sheldon Harnick. Also starring Phyllis Newman and Larry Blyden. Ticket stub clipped inside.

"Jake’s Women," by Neil Simon. Neil Simon Theatre, 1992. Volume 2, Number 8, August 1992. Producer: Emanuel Azenberg. Director: Gene Saks. Also starring Helen Shaver, Talia Balsam, Kate Burton, Genia Michaela, Maura Russo, Joyce Van Patten and Brenda Vaccaro. Has staple mark through and creasing on first page.

"Philip Rose, Pat Fowler and Seven Arts Productions present: Diana Sands and Alan Alda in The Owl and the Pussycat." Volume 2, Number 9, September 1965. ANTA Theatre. Written by: Bill Manhoff. Director: Arthur Storch. Minor creasing. The very last page is kind of smudgy. Good. $60.00.

Bernadette PetersBernadette Peters: Volume 8, Issue 11, November 1971. Imperial Theatre. "Jerry Schlossberg-Vista Productions present The Ron Field Production: On the Town." Book and lyrics: Betty Comden and Adolph Green, "based on an idea by Jerome Robbins." Directed and Choreographed by: Ron Field. Music by: Leonard Bernstein. Also starring Phyllis Newman, Ron Hussman, Donna McKecknie, et al. Minor minor minor rubbing on the cover. Ticket stub stapled inside. Very good. $20.00.
Alan KingAlan King: "The Impossible Years." The Playhouse. Volume 3, February 1966, Number 2. Producers: David Black and Walter A. Hyman. Written by: Robert (credited as Bob) Fisher and Arthur Marx. Director: Arthur Storch. Also starring: Janet Ward, Bert Convy, Susie Bond, Jane Elliot, et al. Small tear on cover through name of theatre, but otherwise in very good shape. Good. $25.00.
Brock PetersBrock Peters: "The John F. Kennedy for the Performing Arts presents: Brock Peters in Lost in the Stars ("based on Alan Paton’s novel Cry the Beloved County.")" Volume 9, Issue 4, April 1972. Directed by Gene Frankel. Words by: Maxwell Anderson. Music by: Kurt Weill. Also starring: Gilbert Price, Leonard Jackson, Rosetta LeNoire, Rod Perry, et al. Ticket stub inside. Minor foxing on front cover. Small small small crease on back. Good. $15.00.
Alexis SmithAlexis Smith: "Summer Brave." ANTA Theatre. November 1975. Producers: Barry M. Brown, Burry Fredrik, Fritz Holt and Sally Sears; in association with Robert V. Staus. Written by William Inge. Directed by Michael Montel. Also starring Nan Martin, Ernest Thompson and Jill Eikenberry. Small tear in lower right-hand corner, with a small small small amount of wear to some of the pages there as well. Ticket stub is stapled inside. Good. $10.00.
Buddy HackettBuddy Hackett: Westbury Music Fair. August 20, 1981. Producers: Lee Gruber and Shelly Gross. Special Guest: James Darren. Minor creasing, a small stain or two. Ticket stub stapled inside. Good. $15.00.
Andrea Mc CardleAndrea Mc Cardle: "Mike Nichols presents: Annie." April 1977. Alvin Theatre. Producers: Irwin Meyer, Stephen R. Friedman and Lewis Allen. Written by Thomas Meehan. Directed by Martin Charnin. Music by Charles Strouse. Lyrics by Martin Charnin. Also starring Reid Shelton, Sandy Faison, Robert Fitch and Dorothy Loudon. Small tear on back cover. Minor wear to a few pages. Ticket stub is stapled inside. Good. $10.00. Butterflies are FreeButterflies Are Free. August 1971, The Booth Theatre. Produced by: Arthur Whitelaw, Max J. Brown, and Byron Goldman. Written by: Leonard Gershe. Directed by: Milton Katselas. Starring: Rosemary Murphy, Kipp Osborne, Pamela Bellwood, and Richard Fasciano. There are some nicks on front/rear cover with loosening of spine and a small tear on the front cover. Overall Playbill is intact and in good shape. No text or images are damaged. Good. $20.00.
Ann MillerAnn Miller: "Fryer, Carr, and Harris present Ann Miller as Mame." Volume 6, Issue 6, June 1969. Winter Garden Theatre. Written by: Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. "Based on the novel Auntie Mame by Patrick Dennis and the play by Lawrence and Lee." Directed by: Gene Saks. Music and lyrics by: Jerry Herman. Also starring: Anne Francine, Helen Gallagher, Willard Waterman, et al. There are some wear spots, creasing/indentation on the covers. Includes the ticket stub clipped inside. Good. $15.00. Cleavon LittleCleavon Little: "Adela Holzer presents: Cleavon Little in All Over Town." Volume 12, March 1975. The Booth Theatre. Written by: Murray Schisgal. Directed by: Dustin Hoffman. Also starring George S. Irving, Gerrit de Beer, Jill Eikenberry, Michael Gorrin, Every Hayes, Polly Holliday, et at. A couple of small tears on front cover. Good. $10.00.

Anita GilletteAnita Gillette: "They’re Playing Our Song." Imperial Theatre. March 1981. Producer: Emanuel Azenburg. Written by Neil Simon. Directed by: Larry Blank. Music by Marvin Hamlisch. Lyrics by Carole Bayer Sager. Also starring John Hammil. Small tear and crease on lower right-hand cover in the front. Slight nick on back.

"Emanuel Azenberg presents: Judd Hirsch, Anita Gillette, Ann Wedgeworth and Cliff Gorman in Neil Simon’s Chapter Two." January 1978. Imperial Theatre. Directed by Herbert Ross. Some wear on spine, smudge on front cover, nick on back cover, small tear on first page. Ticket stub stapled inside. Good. $35.00.

Cliff GormanJules Fisher, Marvin Worth, and Michael Butler present Lenny. Volume 8, Issue 5, May 1971. Brooks Atkinson Theatre. Directed by: Tom O’Horgan. Starring: Cliff Gorman, Erica Yohn, Jane House, et al. Bonus ticket stub inside. Very good. $20.00.
Anne Jackson and Eli WallachAnne Jackson and Eli Wallach : "Theodore Mann, Paul Libin and Claire Nichtern present: Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach in The Waltz of the Toreadors." Volume 10, November 1973. Circle in the Square Joseph E. Levine Theatre. Written by: Jean Anouilhl, translated by Lucienne Hill. Directed by: Brian Murray. Also starring: William Roerick, Diana Van Der Vlis, et al. Tiny chip missing from last page and back cover. Back cover also has some rubbing and a small crease. Front cover shows rubbing and imprint from ticket stub (which is stapled inside.) Good. $10.00. Colleen DewhurstColleen Dewhurst: "Burry Frederik and Joel Key Rice present: Colleen Dewhurst in An Almost Perfect Person." November 1977. Written by: Judith Ross. Also starring Rex Robbins and George Hearn. Directed by Zoe Caldwell. A few nicks, a few creases. Ticket stub stapled inside. Good. $15.00.
Anthony Perkins, Connie Stevens, Richard Benjamin "Saint-Subber presents: Anthony Perkins, Connie Stevens, Richard Benjamin in Neil Simon’s New Comedy The Star Spangled Girl." Volume 4, Number 3, March 1967. The Plymouth Theatre. Directed by: George Axelrod. Minor creasing. Ticket stub clipped inside. Good. $10.00. Danny KayeDanny Kaye: "Two by Two." Volume 7, Issue 12, December 1970. Imperial Theatre. Producer: Richard Rodgers. Conceived and Directed by: Joe Layton. Music: Richard Rodgers. Lyrics By: Martin Charnin. Book by: Peter Stone. "Based on The Flowering Peach by Clifford Odets". Also, Starring: Harry Goz, Madeline Kahn, Joan Copeland, et al. There are a couple of smudges inside and minor wear on back cover. Bonus ticket stub stapled inside. Good. $10.00.

Barbara BarrieBarbara Barrie: "Company." Alvin Theatre. Produced by: Harold Prince in association with Ruth Mitchell. Volume 7, Issue 5, May 1970. Music and lyrics: Stephen Sondheim. Book by: George Furth. Directed by Harold Prince. Also starring: Larry Kert (in for Dean Jones), Elaine Stritch, et al. Minor discolouration on covers. Ticket stub, cast replacement notices clipped inside.

"Emanuel Azenburg and Robert Fryer present: Tammy Grimes, George Grizzard and Barbara Barrie in Neil Simon’s California Suite." July 1976. Eugene O’Neill Theatre. Directed by Gene Saks. Some discolouration near staples on front cover, three small tears on back cover. Ticket stub stapled inside. Good. $27.00.

Doris RobertsDoris Roberts: "Ken Marsolais, Philip M. Getter, and Leonard Soloway present Jack Weston, Lou Jacobi, Rosemary Murphy, and Doris Roberts in Cheaters." January 1978. Biltmore Theatre. Written by: Michael Jacobs. Directed by: Robert Drivas. Also starring Roxanne Hart and Jim Staskel. Minor creasing and discoloration, small nick on back cover. Opening Night Program with ticket stubs included. (The "Opening Night" notice stapled inside does have a discolouration/stain.) Good. $20.00.

Barbara Bel GeddesBarbara Bel Geddes: "Finishing Touches." Volume 10, Issue 3, March 1973. Plymouth Theatre. Producer: Robert Whitehead and Roger L. Stevens. Written by Jean Kerr. Directed by Joseph Anthony. Also starring Robert Lansing, Gene Rupert, James Woods, Pamela Bellwood, et al. Minor creasing on front cover, minor rubbing on back. Ticket stub stapled inside.


Claire Nichtern presents: Barbara Bel Geddes, Gene Wilder and Robert Darnell in Luv." Written by: Murray Schisgal. Directed by: Mike Nichols. Volume 3, Number 10, October 1966. Some rubbing on front cover, some creasing on back. Ticket stub clipped inside. Very good. $27.00.

Dustin HoffmanDustin Hoffman: "Claire Nichtern and Zev Bufman present: Dustin Hoffman in Jimmy Shine." Volume 5, Issue 11, November 1968. Brooks Atkinson Theatre. Written by: Murray Schisgal. Directed by: Donald Driver. Music and lyrics by: John Sebastian. Minor crease on back cover. Ticket stub clipped inside. Very good. $20.00.

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