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1 Broadway At Home Special Issue.
New York Architectural Digest 1995 1st Edition Magazine 
Wonderful issue on the homes of many Broadway luminaries both past & present including Gershwin, and many others. Very minute corner fold on bottom of cover & 1st few pgs. of ads. Vg. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Female Japanese Theatrical Revue Magazines
2 Female Japanese Theatrical Revue Magazines
Japan 1953 Paper 
TEXT IN JAPANESE. Three rare magazines for Japanese theatrical revues that featured only women. Each magazine is well illustrated with photographs of the stars of the revues. Two of the magazines appear to be from the same theatrical company. All three have beautiful full color covers. One of the magazines have page folds due to the binding otherwise all are vg. The best example of this kind of theatrical presentation can be found in the film "Sayonara" in which Marlon Brando has a forbidden love affair with the star of the Matsubayashi Theater Revue. Since I don't read Japanese these magazines might very well be from that company.  
Price: 75.00 USD
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3 Places, Please: Broadway's Historic Theatres with commentary By Broadway's Playwrights, Actors & Critics
New York Save the Theatres Inc. 1984 1st Printing Small Paper 
108pg. off set catalog published in conjunction with an exhibition of Broadway's great theatres at the Vincent Astor Gallery in The Library & Museum Of The Performing Arts at Lincoln Center. Each theatre entry is illustrated with a photo offset photo along with commentaries by actors, playwrights & other personalities involved in the New York Theatre scene including Jack Gilford, Terrance McNally, Jule Styne, Garson Kanin, John Guare, Alan Jay Lerner, Ian McKellen, Elia Kazan & many others. Quite scarce and in very good condiition.  
Price: 75.00 USD
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Program for The Republic Theatre
4 Program for The Republic Theatre
New York The Republic Theatre 1930 Original Program Small Program 
Nice 24pg. small program from The Republic Theatre in New York City. The play featured was "Subway Express" which had a huge cast including Hollywood reliables Barton MacLane and Helen Mack who left the production shortly after the opening The play was set in the New York City subway.and it began life at the Liberty Theatre and then moved to The Republic where it closed in May of 1930 after 271 performances. The program has a nice color drawing of an eagle with bands of Deco like bands of color inside there are more Deco ads including one illustrated by John Held Jr. and a nice full color ad for Lucky Strike Cigarettes. A tiny touch of foxing to the top of the pages, and light rust from the staples. Vg. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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The American Theatre Wing's 36th Annual Antoinette Perry Awards Program
5 The American Theatre Wing's 36th Annual Antoinette Perry Awards Program
New York The League Of New York Theatres and Producers 1982 1st Printing Paper 
An attractive thick special ediion of Playbill Magazine for the 36th annual Tony Awards. The program includes all the nominees along with lots of photos and ads. The program HAS BEEN SIGNED BY ZAKES MOKAE & AMANDA PLUMMER NEXT TO THEIR PHOTOS. BOTH WENT ON TO WIN TONY'S THAT NIGHT. The cover has a silver embossed Tony Award. Light wear to the cover. Near fine. Uncommon.  
Price: 50.00 USD
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The Streets Of Paris Souvenir Program
6 The Streets Of Paris Souvenir Program
New York 1939 1st Printing Oversize Paper 
An original rare 16pg. large souvenir program printed in red and blue for a loud and garish musical comedy revue that used to be a staple of Broadway back in the good old days. This one featured Bobby Clark, the forgotten Luella Gear and is most notable for an early appearance and Broadway debut of Abbott and Costello. Also appearing for the first time on Broadway and the USA ,was the fantastic Carmen Miranda. Also in the cast was a young dancer by the name of Gower Champion who also went on to bigger and better things. The program is illustrated with nice blue tinted portraits of the above mentioned +short bios and also is illustrated with chesecake photos of the many Broadway babes who appeared in the show. The program's covers are illustrated with terrific good girl art printed in red and blue, and the downside of all this is that there is a small damp stain to the top corner of the program that is lightly to the top corners of the pages, there is also a few small creases to the back cover, but all in all this is still a vg. copy of a rare and wonderful program.  
Price: 75.00 USD
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7 Vaudeville Nation
New York City The New York Public Library 2005 First Edition Folded Paper Brochure 
Nice 8pg. foldover brochure from an exhibition of Vaudeville that was held at the New York Publice Library for the Peforming Arts in 2005. Includes text and some color and b&w photos. Fine 
Price: 10.00 USD
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8 War Horse Program
New York City Lincoln Center Theatre Review 2011 Issue No. 55 Large Paper 
Very nice 24pg large program-review from the production of War Horse that was performed at Lincoln Center's Vivien Beaumont Theatre and was well received winning 5 Tony Awards including one for the best play. Includes articles interviews and photos. Fine. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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The Pajama Game Souvenir Program, Abbott, George
9 Abbott, George The Pajama Game Souvenir Program
New York Frederick Brisson 1954 Original Program Oversize Paper 
Original 20pg. souvenir program with the original cast but from later in the run (critical blurbs on back cover). Cover illustration is the famous cartoon by Peter Arno. The movie version used most of the Broadway cast with the exception of Janis Paige who was replaced by the great Doris Day. The Musical ran for 1063 performances and won Tonys for best musical, Carol Haney and Bob Fosse. Co directed by Jerome Robbins. Near fine. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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New Girl In Town, Abbott, George. Music & Lyrics, Merrill, Bob
10 Abbott, George. Music & Lyrics, Merrill, Bob New Girl In Town
New York Random House 1958 1st Edition Cl.w.dj. 
The Musical play that was based on Anna Christie & won musical actress Tonys for both Gwen Verdon & Thelma Ritter. Early choreography by Bob Fosse. 3 photos + 1 on the cover. There is small scrape & minute staining to the pastedown from an old glued down protective cover. Price clipped but the dj. is nice & bright, the book itself is vg+ with teeny spot. to edges. Vg+/vg. Laid in is a playbill from the musical. Small damp stain to the bottom of the front cover. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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11 Adler, Richard with Davis, Lee, Preface By George Abbott You Gotta Have Heart
New York Fair Lea Publishing Co. 1990 Special Edition Paper 
INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY RICHARD ADLER. The autobio. of Composer, Lyricist Richard Adler most famous for his music and lyrics for Damn Yankees and The Pajama Game. Illustrated with photos. And then I wrote....Soft crease to the cover and one corner of a page has a reading fold. Vg. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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12 Adler, Stella Signed Portrait of Stella Adler
New York Signed Photograph Photograph 
SIGNED BY STELLA ADLER. Reprint portrait of the famous acting teacher that has been signed by her in blue ink. Adler made very few films, but appeared on Broadway and is today most remembered as being a teacher of the Method. Vg. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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13 Albee, Edward The American Dream
New York City Coward-McCann 1961 10th Printing Paper 
INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY EDWARD ALBEE IN 2004. Landmark play by the great American playwright. A fine copy of a fragile book. 
Price: 750.00 USD
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14 Albee, Edward The Edward Albee Collection
New York City Richard Hoffman First Edition Oversize Spiral Bound 
A large and rare 53pg. catalog of Edward Albee items that were part of a private collection and was offered for sale. Lists many unusual are rare items including many signed items. Includes a collection of rare photographs of Albee and his mother, childhood textbooks with his notes, original manuscripts and much more. There must be over 100 items listed. Includes several full page color repoductions along with extensive notes both biographical and bibliographical on the items listed. Fine. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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15 Albee, Edward The Zoo Story and The Sandbox. Two Short Plays
New York City Dramatists Play Service Inc. 1960 First Edition Small Paper 
INSCRIBED SIGNED AND DATED IN 2003 BY ALBEE. IN ADDITION A SMALL PHOTO OF HIM AT A YOUNGER AGE THAT HAS ALSO BEEN INSCRIBED AND DATED BY HIM IN 1982 IS LAID IN THE BOOK. The true first edition of two short landmark plays by the highly regarded playwright.. Also included is a playbill for the 2008 Off Broadway revival of The American Dream and The Sandbox. All the material is fine. Sold as a collection only. 
Price: 2000.00 USD
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16 Albee, Edward Three Tall Women
New York Dutton 1995 0525939601 / 9780525939603 First Printing Boards & Cloth with Dustjacket 
SIGNED BY EDWARD ALBEE. Albee's Pulitzer Prize winning play that is a revealing portrait of 3 women. Laid in is a small color candid photo of the playwright. Fine/fine. Laid in is al playbill from the original production of Who's Afriad Of Virginia Woolf? 
Price: 350.00 USD
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17 Albee, Edward Tiny Alice
New York Atheneum 1965 First Edition Cloth with Dustjacket 
INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY EDWARD ALBEE IN 1965. Albee's complex and challenging play that met with mostly hostile reaction and only 167 performances when it was first produced in 1964. Still it won Irene Worth a best actress Tony award and was nominated for several others including best play. Price clipped and a few very tiny nicks to the top edge of the very nice bright and clean dustjacket. Fine/near fine. Laid in is a playbill for the recent revival of "The American Dream" and "The Sandbox" which were directed by Mr. Albee. Also included is a first paperback printing of The Sandbox and The Death Of Bessie Smith. This was published by Signet in 1963. Browning with age, but an unread copy and in near fine condition. 
Price: 350.00 USD
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18 Alexander, Jane Command Performance. An Actress In The Theater Of Politics.
New York Public Affairs 2000 1891620061 / 9781891620065 1st Edition. 1st Printing. Boards & Cloth with Dustjacket 
SIGNED BY JANE ALEXANDER. Memoir of the fine actresses years as the head of the National Endowment For The Arts and her many battles with Congress over the funding of the agency. 8pgs. of photos. Fine/fine 
Price: 25.00 USD
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The Floating Light Bulb, Allen. Woody
19 Allen. Woody The Floating Light Bulb
New York Random House 1982 0394524152 / 9780394524153 1st Edition. 1st Printing. Boards & Cloth with Dustjacket 
Woody Allen's 3rd play. Fine/fine. Also included are playbills for 3 other Allen plays: Death Defying Acts, this included plays by Allen, Mamet and Elaiine May, Dont' Drink The Water (opening night playbill) & Play It Again Sam, which starred Allen & Diane Keaton. Circular water stain to the front cover. 
Price: 85.00 USD
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Small Handwritten Note from Judith Anderson to Conrad Aiken & Beautiful Large Souvenir Program for Medea, Anderson, Judith, Dame
20 Anderson, Judith, Dame Small Handwritten Note from Judith Anderson to Conrad Aiken & Beautiful Large Souvenir Program for Medea
Boston Judith Anderson Original Letter Paper 
An original undated handwritten note in ink on small Ritz-Carlton Hotel stationary from the late great Actress Dame Judith Anderson to the author and poet Conrad Aiken. The note reads "Dear Mr. Aiken many thanks for your excitingly truthy "The Earthy Mystery" (this part is hard to make out, so this is my best guess) It is indeed a lot to live up to I hope that I will not fail. Most sincerely yours, Judith Anderson. Ms. Anderson was a fine theatre and sometime film actress who is probably most known for her iconic performance as Mrs. Danvers in Hitchcock's Rebecca for which she received her only Oscar nomination. Aiken's is of course the noted poet who won a Pulitzer Prize and the author of both fiction and poetry. Vg. Also included is a very nice large 20pg. souvenir program for "Medea" which was one of Anderson's most famous roles. Fine. Sold as a collection only. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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