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Children of a Lesser God (Original screenplay for the 1986 film)

by Randa Haines (director); Mark Medoff (play, screenwriter); Hesper Anderson (screenwriter); William Hurt, Marlee Matlin, Piper Laurie, Philip Bosco (starring)

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Published
1982
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N.p.: N.p., 1982. Second Draft script for the 1986 film. A vintage script created for internal distribution, four years prior to the film's release, with copied holograph annotations throughout noting deletions and editorial revisions, copied punch holes, and one holograph pencil annotation, noting the name "Morrison" on the title page. Based on Mark Medoff's Tony Award-winning 1979 play.… Read more
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West Side Story (Original photograph from the 1957 musical play)

by Leonard Bernstein (music); Stephen Sondheim (lyrics); Arthur Laurents (book); Jerome Robbins (director, choreographer); Fred Fehl (photographer); Mickey Calin, Larry Kert, Carol Lawrence (starring)

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Published
1957
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$750.00

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New York: N.p., 1957. Vintage double weight photograph of Larry Kert and Carol Lawrence from the original 1957 production of the Broadway musical, which opened at the Winter Garden Theatre on September 26, 1957 and ran for 732 performances, closing on June 27, 1959. Stamps crediting photographer Fred Fehl and the Winter Garden production on the verso. Stephen… Read more
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Glengarry Glen Ross (Original window card poster for the 1984 play)

by David Mamet (playwright); Gregory Mosher (director); Raymond Saunders (artwork); Joe Mantegna, Mike Nussbaum, Robert Prosky, Lane Smith (starring)

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Published
1984
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N.p.: N.p., 1984. Vintage US window card poster for the 1984 Broadway play. The play initially premiered at London's National Theatre in 1983 before moving to the US the following year, making its Broadway debut at the John Golden Theatre, the run advertised here, where it ran for 378 performances. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, and nominated for… Read more
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Take Me Along (Original script for the 1959 musical)

by Jackie; Gleason Walter Pidgeon, Una Merkel (starring); Peter Glenville (director); Joseph Stein, Robert Russell (book); Bob Merrill (music, lyrics); Eugene O'Neill (play)

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Published
1959
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$650.00

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New York: Tams-Witmark Music Library, 1959. Vintage script for the 1959 musical, which debuted on October 22 at the Shubert Theatre. Based on Eugene O'Neill's 1933 play "Ah, Wilderness." A light comedy following the romantic misadventures of a family in Connecticut in the early 20th century. The musical ran for 448 performances, and was nominated for eight Tony… Read more
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$650.00
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Speed-the-Plow (Original script for the 1988 play)

by David Mamet (playwright); Gregory Mosher (director); Joe Mantegna, Ron Silver, Madonna (starring)

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Published
1987
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$750.00

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N.p.: N.p., 1987. Vintage script for the 1988 Broadway play, which premiered on May 3, 1988 at the Royal Theatre and ran for 279 performances. David Mamet's incendiary take on the world of Hollywood movie-making, a black comedy that stands alongside Nathanael West's "The Day of the Locust" in the subtlety and accuracy of its indictments. Nominated… Read more
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$750.00
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The Caretaker (Collection of five original photographs from the 1961 play)

by Harold Pinter (playwright); Sam Siegel, Michael Boys (photographers); Donald McWhinnie (director); Alan Bates, Donald Pleasence, Robert Shaw (starring)

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Published
1961
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$350.00

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New York: Harvey Sabison, 1961. Collection of five vintage borderless photographs from the 1961 Broadway production. Two photographs with mimeo snipes, four photographs with the stamp of photographer Sam Siegel, and one photograph with the stamp of photographer Michael Boys on the verso. The Caretaker opened at the Lyceum Theatre on October 4, 1961, for a run of 165… Read more
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Travesties (Original script for the 1975 play)

by Tom Stoppard (playwright); Peter Wood (director); James Booth, John Bott, Frances Cuka, Tim Curry (starring)

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Published
1975
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$850.00

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New York: David Merrick Arts Foundation, 1975. Draft script for the 1975 Broadway production, which premiered October 30, 1975 at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre, for a run of 156 performances, closing on March 13, 1976. Numeric annotation in holograph pencil on front wrapper, and copy No. 4 noted in holograph ink on title page. First produced the year… Read more
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Candide (Original script for the 1974 musical)

by Leonard Bernstein (music); Richard Wilbur (lyrics); Hugh Wheeler (book); Stephen Sondheim, John Latouche (additional lyrics); Harold Prince (director); Lewis J. Stadlen, Mark Baker, Maureen Brennan (starring)

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Published
1974
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$675.00

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New York: Chelsea-Candide Company, 1974. Draft script for the 1974 production of the play, noted on the title page as the "Playing Version."). "Candide" premiered at the Broadway Theatre on March 10, 1974, playing for 740 performances, closing on January 4, 1976. Annotation in holograph marker of copy number "#13" on title page and several annotations in holograph pencil… Read more
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Da (Original script for the 1978 play)

by Hugh Leonard (playwright); Melvin Bernhardt (director); Barnard Hughes, Brian Murray, Lois De Banzie, Mia Dillon (starring)

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Published
1978
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$150.00

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N.p.: N.p., 1978. Draft script for the 1978 play, which premiered on May 1 at the Morosco Theatre in New York. With a single holograph ink annotation to the title page. Basis for the 1988 film, directed by Matt Clark. In 1968, a young expatriate writer returns to his childhood home in Dalkey after the death of his… Read more
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Guys and Dolls (Original script for the 1965 play)

by George S. Kaufman (director); Damon Runyon (story); Frank Loesser (music and lyrics); Jo Swerling, Abe Burrows (book); Robert Alda, Isabel Bigley, Sam Levene, Vivian Blaine, Stubby Kaye, Pat Rooney, B.S. Pully, Tom Pedi, Johnny Silver (starring)

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Published
1960
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$750.00

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New York: Music Theatre, Inc, 1960. Draft script for the 1965 play. Revival run at New York City Center April 28 to May 9, 1965 for a total of 15 performances. Props and costume plot bound in. Based on "The Idyll of Miss Sarah Brown" and "Blood Pressure," two short stories by Damon Runyon. The musical has… Read more
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The Coast of Utopia: Shipwreck, Salvage, Voyage (First Edition)

by Tom Stoppard

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Published
2002
ISBN
9780802140036
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$50.00

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New York: Grove Press, 2002. Three volumes. First American Edition, published in the UK by Faber and Faber the same year. A trilogy of plays, nine hours in length, about the philosophical debates in pre-Revolutionary Russia. Regarded by many as Tom Stoppard's crowning achievement. Winner of the Tony Award for Best Play, his fourth win and seventh… Read more
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