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cover of Dance Magazine: vol. 37, #6, June 1963: Lament for Broadway: Message from Margot Fonteyn

Dance Magazine: vol. 37, #6, June 1963: Lament for Broadway: Message from Margot Fonteyn

by Joel, Lydia, editor, Margot Fonteyn, Ted Shawn, Rudolph Nureyev, William Como, et al.

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1963
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New York: Rudolph Othwine, publisher, 1963. Magazine. 84p. includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, articles, reviews, interviews, photos, ads, very good performing arts magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. William Como & Orthwine also published Ballroom Dance Magazine which would become "After Dark" a gay performing arts periodical featuring theatre, film, music and dance.
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cover of Theatre Arts: vol. 40, #6, June 1956: Julie Newmar cover

Theatre Arts: vol. 40, #6, June 1956: Julie Newmar cover

by Newmar, Julie, Harry Kurnitz, Shelly Winters, Samuel Beckett, Wayne Robinson, et al.

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1956
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St. Charles, Chicago & NYC: Theatre Arts, 1956. Magazine. 96p., 8.5x11.5 inches, articles, news, reviews, calendar of shows opening and running, photos, ads, lightly-worn and soiled covers else a very good magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Also: The script of "Reclining Figure". An essay of the difference between stage and screen acting by Shelly Winters. Review of Beckett's "Waiting… Read more
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cover of Theater Vanguard presents Respectful Prostitute & Fly Blackbird [program/playbill]

Theater Vanguard presents Respectful Prostitute & Fly Blackbird [program/playbill]

by [Sartre, Jean-Paul, Crane Jackson, Arthur Allen Seidelman]

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1960
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Los Angeles: Theater Vanguard, 1960. Pamphlet. Four panel playbill, 5.5x8.5 inches, casts, crew, Vanguard information, fold crease, laid-in is a slip of ditto paper announcing Arthur Seidelman's production of Tennessee Williams' "Auto Da Fe" & "Moony's Kid Don't Cry" starring Maria Gobetti at two separate venues, pictorial cover. Seidelman's Theater Vanguard was a theatre company that worked at many… Read more
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cover of Theatre Arts: vol. 42, #9, Sept. 1958: complete text of "Orpheus Descending

Theatre Arts: vol. 42, #9, Sept. 1958: complete text of "Orpheus Descending

by Williams, Tennessee, Richard Watts, Jr., Rosamond Gilder, Eva LeGallienne, Maurice Valency, Lincoln Kirstein, et al.

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1958
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St. Charles, Chicago & NYC: Theatre Arts, 1958. Magazine. 78p., 8.5x11.5 inches, articles, news, reviews, calendar of shows opening and running, photos, ads, lightly-worn and soiled covers else a very good magazine in stapled pictorial wraps with unfortunate placement of mailing label on front cover. Also: Ballet Issue.
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cover of Dance Magazine: vol. 45, #8, Aug. 1971: Special Feature: Alicia Alonso

Dance Magazine: vol. 45, #8, Aug. 1971: Special Feature: Alicia Alonso

by Gordon, Jean, editor, Alicia Alonso, Glenn Loney, Lucie Chase, Olga Maynard, Saul Goodman, et al.

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1971
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New York: Danad, publisher, 1971. Magazine. 100p. includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, articles, reviews, interviews, photos, ads, very good performing arts magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. William Como & Orthwine also published Ballroom Dance Magazine which would become "After Dark" a gay performing arts periodical featuring theatre, film, music and dance.
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cover of Dance Magazine: vol. 41, #2, Feb. 1967: Mimi Paul & Arthur Mitchell as Desdemona & Othello

Dance Magazine: vol. 41, #2, Feb. 1967: Mimi Paul & Arthur Mitchell as Desdemona & Othello

by Joel, Lydia, editor, Arthur Mitchel, Jacques d'Amboise, Mimi Paul, Viola Hegyi Swisher, William Como, et al.

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1967
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New York: Rudolph Othwine, publisher, 1967. Magazine. 92p. includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, articles, reviews, interviews, photos, ads, very good performing arts magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. William Como & Orthwine also published Ballroom Dance Magazine which would become "After Dark" a gay performing arts periodical featuring theatre, film, music and dance.
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cover of What: #4, April/May 1986: Interview with playwright Tom Walmsley

What: #4, April/May 1986: Interview with playwright Tom Walmsley

by Connolly, Kevin & Jason Sherman, editors, Tom Walmsley, David UU, Lillian Necakov, D.M.R. Bentley, et al.

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1986
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Toronto: Conman Prods, 1986. Newspaper. 20p., folded tabloid newspaper on lightly-toned newsprint, news, essays, poetry, fiction, interviews, reviews. Walmsley wrote the play "Something Red" among others.
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cover of Theatre Arts: vol. 39, #10, Oct. 1955: Text of the play "Porgy

Theatre Arts: vol. 39, #10, Oct. 1955: Text of the play "Porgy

by Williams, Tennessee, DuBose Heyward, Dorothy Heyward, Lawrence Langner, Ollie Stewart, Joseph Wood Krutch, et al.

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1955
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St. Charles, Chicago & NYC: Theatre Arts, 1955. Magazine. 96p., 8.5x11.5 inches, articles, news, reviews, calendar of shows opening and running, photos, ads, very good magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Also: a chronology of Theatre Guild Productions. Gallery of Guild playwrights. Tennessee writes a long letter decrying the interview with him in the July 1955 issue.
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cover of Dance Magazine: vol. 36, #7, July 1962: "Billy the Kid" at the White House

Dance Magazine: vol. 36, #7, July 1962: "Billy the Kid" at the White House

by Joel, Lydia, editor, Saul Goodman, Mary Ann Welles, Arthur Knight, William Como, et al.

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1962
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New York: Rudolph Othwine, publisher, 1962. Magazine. 72p. includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, articles, reviews, interviews, photos, ads, very good performing arts magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. William Como & Orthwine also published Ballroom Dance Magazine which would become "After Dark" a gay performing arts periodical featuring theatre, film, music and dance.
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cover of Theatre Arts: vol. 40, #8, August 1956: complete text of "Waiting for Godot

Theatre Arts: vol. 40, #8, August 1956: complete text of "Waiting for Godot

by Beckett, Samuel, Sibhan McKenna, Alice Griffin, George Bernard Shaw, Tennessee Williams, Maurice Zolotow, et al.

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1956
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St. Charles, Chicago & NYC: Theatre Arts, 1956. Magazine. 96p., 8.5x11.5 inches, articles, news, reviews, calendar of shows opening and running, photos, ads, lightly-worn and soiled covers else a very good magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Godot with photos. Also: "Sweet Bird of Youth" Florida opening. McKenna in "Saint Joan". Zolotow on The Actors Studio. "Carmen Jones
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cover of Dance Magazine: vol. 39, #2, Feb. 1965: Allegra Kent & Anthony Blum

Dance Magazine: vol. 39, #2, Feb. 1965: Allegra Kent & Anthony Blum

by Joel, Lydia, editor, Allegra Kent, Anthony Blum, Nora Kaye, Rudolph Nureyev, William Como, et al.

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1965
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New York: Rudolph Othwine, publisher, 1965. Magazine. 84p. includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, articles, reviews, interviews, photos, ads, split at spine fold else good performing arts magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. William Como & Orthwine also published Ballroom Dance Magazine which would become "After Dark" a gay performing arts periodical featuring theatre, film, music and dance.
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cover of Theatre Arts: vol. 41, #6, June 1957: complete text of "Cat On a Hot Tin Roof

Theatre Arts: vol. 41, #6, June 1957: complete text of "Cat On a Hot Tin Roof

by Williams, Tennessee, Gwen Verdon, Bob Fosse, Eugene O'Neill, Anita Loos, et al.

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1957
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St. Charles, Chicago & NYC: Theatre Arts, 1957. Magazine. 96p., 8.5x11.5 inches, articles, news, reviews, calendar of shows opening and running, photos, ads, lightly-worn and soiled covers else a very good magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Also: Verdon and Fosse "New Girl in Town". "To Charlie" by by Loos.
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cover of The Sewanee Review: vol. 64, #3, Summer 1956: The Criticism of T.S. Eliot

The Sewanee Review: vol. 64, #3, Summer 1956: The Criticism of T.S. Eliot

by Spears, Monroe K., editor, T. S. Eliot, Rene Wellek, Andrew Nelson Lytle, William Jay Smith, Bonamy Dobree, Howard O. Sackler, et al.

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1956
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Sewanee: University of the South, 1956. Paperback. pp349-524, essays, opinion, reviews, poetry, fiction, very good paperback literary journal in blue wraps. Also: "What Quarter of the Night." Moon Solo: the last poems of LaForgue. Drama in England.
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cover of The Sewanee Review: vol. 54, #2, Spring 1946: The Marchen

The Sewanee Review: vol. 54, #2, Spring 1946: The Marchen

by Tate, Allen, editor, F. O. Matthiessen, Jean Stafford, e.e. cummings, Wallace Fowlie, Randall Jarrell, Eric Bentley, et al.

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1946
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Sewanee: University of the South, 1946. Paperback. pp175-348, essays, opinion, reviews, poetry, fiction, very good paperback literary journal in blue wraps. Matthiessen on Poe, D.S. Savage on Kafka, Brinton on Nietzsche, Homage to Valéry by Fowlie. Bentley on Broadway and eviscerating Tennessee's "The Glass Menagerie.
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cover of Knickerbocker Theatre program for The Red Mill a musical play starring David Montgomery & Fred Stone

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New York: Al Hayman & Co./Frank V. Strauss & Co, 1906. Pamphlet. [52p] 6x9 inches, mostly local ads, the program for the production, center pages loose but intact, light wear else good in stapled pictorial wraps.
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cover of Eight men speak; and other plays from the Canadian Workers' Theatre

Eight men speak; and other plays from the Canadian Workers' Theatre

by Wright, Richard and Robin Endres, editors

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1976
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Toronto, ON: New Hogtown Press, 1976. Paperback. xxxvi, 147p., illustrations throughout reprinted from Masses; wraps slightly handled and toned, else in very good condition. Plays by Trevor Maguire, Oscar Ryan, E. Cecil Smith, Frank Love, Mildred Goldberg, N.W. Bowles, Dorothy Livesay, Stanley Ryerson, and Mary Reynolds. The title play is "based on the trial of the Communist leaders and… Read more
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cover of James A. Doolittle presents The Medium & The Telephone by Gian-Carlo Menotti [souvenir program]

James A. Doolittle presents The Medium & The Telephone by Gian-Carlo Menotti [souvenir program]

by Menotti, Gian-Carlo, design by Maury Nemoy, illustrations by Bosché

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1950
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Los Angeles: James A. Doolittle, 1950. PAM. [16p] includes cover with a single sheet laid-in, 9x12 inches, biographies of the cast, writer, producers etc. with photos, scenes from the operas, stories of the operas, very good souvenir program in stapled pictorial wraps. The shows were written in 1946/47 and produced in NYC, Paris and London in those years. This… Read more
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cover of Drama Calendar: a weekly guide to theatrical & musical entertainment; vol. 3, #7 & 8, Nov. 16 & 23, 1925 [two issues]

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New York: New York Drama League, 1925. Magazine. Two issues, 16p. & 13p., 6x9.25 inches, reviews, news, calendar of performances, lightly-worn pamphlets in stapled pictorial wraps, ex-library stamp on covers.
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cover of The Offshore Island: a play in three acts

The Offshore Island: a play in three acts

by Laski, Marghanita

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1959
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London: Cresset Press, 1959. Hardcover. 87p., previous ownership name in ink on endpaper else a very good first edition in boards, gilt and unclipped gray printed dj. A play about post-nuclear war. The play was filmed in 1959 and starred Ann Todd. Laski was a Jewish writer from Manchester who became a major contributor to the OED. Her family… Read more
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cover of Three plays: Bread, Our Lean Years & An American Family

Three plays: Bread, Our Lean Years & An American Family

by Eastman, [Dr.] Fred

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1951
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New York: Samuel French, 1951. Paperback. Three playscripts, ex-library copies, various pagination, 5x7.5 inches, library stamps, stapled booklets in wraps. The three one-act plays written between 1927 and 1951 are all connected but standalone scripts. Dr. Eastman was rector at St. Mary on the Hill Episcopal Church.
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