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Produced by Dave Wolper (in association with Albert Borde) at the 44th Street Theatre (NYC - 1944) starring Gertrude Niesen, Jackie Gleason, Wendell Corey, Tim Herbert, Buster West, Danny Aiello, etc. Songs include: "When The Boys Come Home," "Pretty As A Picture," "Sunday in Cicero Falls," "I Never Was Born," "The Eagle And Me," etc..
Directed by Harry Delmar and choreographed by Catherine Littlefield. Wilson (in association with Nat Goldstone) at the Sam S. 1944 Carmen Jones - Book by Oscar Hammerstein II (Based on Meilhac and Halevy's adaptation of Prosper Merimee's CARMEN) with music by Georges Bizet and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II.
1942 Without Love - "A New Comedy" by Philip Barry. 1944 Voice of the Turtle, The - "A Comedy" by John van Druten. at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1944) starring Margaret Sullavan, Elliott Nugent and Audrey Christie. 1944 Searching Wind, The - "A New Play" by Lillian Hellman.
Produced by Herman Shumlin at the Fulton Theatre (NYC - 1944) starring Cornelia Otis Skinner, Dennis King, Dudley Digges, Barbara O' Neill, Montgomery Clift, etc. 1944 Follow the Girls - "A New Musical Comedy" by Guy Bolton and Eddie Davis (with additional dialogue by Fred Thompson) with lyrics and music by Dan Shapiro, Milton Pascal and Phil Charig.
Wolk, reverently preserved a lifetime of theatre (New York, London, Los Angeles, etc.) in this chronologically-filed collection of Playbills and programs dating from 1937 through 2004 (a year before her death).
Wolk Playbill Collection, Special and Area Studies Collections, George A. For archival preservation reasons, each item was transferred to individual acid free folders to be housed in 12 acid free archival boxes (approximately 50 folders in each box). 1939 Man Who Came to Dinner, The - "A New Comedy" by Moss Hart and George S. Produced by Gilbert Miller at the Maplewood Theatre (Maplewood, NJ - 1940) starring Donald Cook, Frank Downing, Millard Mitchell, etc. 1940 Arsenic and Old Lace - "A New Comedy" by Joseph Kesselring, Produced by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse at the Fulton Theatre (NYC - 1941) starring Boris Karloff, Allyn Joslyn, Josephine Hill, Jean Adair, John Alexander, Bruce Gordon, Helen Brooks, etc. 1941 George Washington Slept Here - "A New Comedy" by George S. Songs include: "I Could Write a Book," "Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered," "Zip," "Plant You Now, Dig You Later', "Love is My Friend," etc.. Harris at the Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1941) starring Monty Woolley, Virginia Hammond, Dudley Clements, Barry Sullivan, etc. Directed by Margaret Webster with music by Paul Bowles.. Fischer at the 46th Street Theatre (NYC - 1942) starring Lou Holtz, Willie Howard, Phil Baker, Paul Draper, Hazel Scott, Gene Sheldon, Adrienne, etc.Andy worked for many years in the New York Theatre as a writer and director, moving on to an extensive career writing and directing in film and television. 1940 Life With Father - Book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse (from Clarence Day's story). Produced by John Golden at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1940) starring Gertrude Lawrence, Donald Cook, Glenn Anders, Vivian Vance, etc. 1940 Male Animal, The - Book by James Thurber and Elliott Nugent.Peter, a lawyer, also became a writer and has many television credits. De Sylva at the 46th Street Theatre (NYC - 1940) starring Bert Lahr, Ethel Merman, Betty Grable, Benny Baker, Charles Walters, Ronald Graham, etc. Produed by Oscar Serlin at the Empire Theatre (NYC - 1940) starring Howard Lindsay, Dorothy Stickney, Teresa Wright, Ruth Hammond, Richard Sterling, etc. Produced by Herman Shumlin at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1940) starring Eliott Nugent, Amanda Randolph, Ruth Matteson, Gene Tierney, Don De Fore, Leon Ames, etc. 1940 Margin for Error - "A Comedy Melodrama" by Clare Boothe. 1940 Separate Rooms - Book by Joseph Carole and Alan Dinehart in collaboration with Alex Gottlieb and Edmund Joseph. 1940 Time of Your Life, The - "The Pulitzer Prize and Critics Award Play of the Season" by William Saroyan.Most of the major Broadway hits (musicals, dramas and comedies) of the represented period (1937-2004) are included (THE PHILADELPHIA STORY, LIFE WITH FATHER, PAL JOEY, Du BARRY WAS A LADY, CARMEN JONES, FINIAN'S RAINBOW, SOUTH PACIFIC, ANNIE GET YOUR GUN, A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE, PICNIC, HELLO, DOLLY! Directed by Eddie Dowling and William Saroyan and choreographed by Gene Kelly.., FIDDLER ON THE ROOF, THE BOYS IN THE BAND, HAIR, A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC, THE ELEPHANT MAN, EQUUS, FENCES, LES MISERABLES, MASTER CLASS, etc.) as well as many lesser known and forgotten titles (SMART SPOT VARIETIES, PRIORITIES OF 1942, SUBWAYS ARE FOR SLEEPING, HOW NOW DOW JONES, CAFÉ CROWN, THE HAPPY TIME, REX, THE JAIL DIARIES OF ALBIE SACHS, THE ACT, SAY GOODNIGHT GRACIE, ROCKABYE HAMLET, etc.). 1940 Du Barry Was a Lady - Book by Herbert Fields and B. 1940 Smart Spot Varieties - Produced by Miss Cheryl Crawford at the Maplewood Theatre (Maplewood, NJ - 1940) starring The Hartmans (Paul and Grace), Sheila Barrett, Henny Youngman, Caspar Reardon, Loring Smith, The Revuers, The Trinidad Calypso Troubadors, etc.. 1941 Pal Joey - "A New Musical Comedy" by John O' Hara. Produced by George Abbott at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - 1941) starring Gene Kelly, June Havoc, Stanley Donen, Vivienne Segal, Van Johnson, Jack Durant, etc. Produced by Miss Cheryl Crawford, Gilbert Miller and The Theatre Guild, Inc.