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This is a rare single page advertising handbill promoting ticket sales for the Pre-Broadway tryout of the JOHN LATOUCHE, SAM LOCKE and JAMES MUNDY musical comedy flop "DELILAH" at the National Theatre in Washington, D.C. beginning October 18th, 1955. (After being retitled "THE VAMP", the production would open November 10th, 1955 at the Winter Garden Theatre in New York City and close after only 60 performances.) ..... The musical starred CAROL CHANNING (shown in several photos) and featured DAVID ATKINSON, BIBI OSTERWALD, ROBERT RIPPY, PATRICIA HAMMERLEE, MATT MATTOX, HELEN WOOD, JACK WALDRON, PAUL LIPSON, MALCOLM LEE BEGGS, WILL GEER, STEVE REEVES, SANDYL CORDELL and DAVID KASHNER ..... CREDITS: Book by JOHN LATOUCHE and SAM LOCKE; Lyrics by JOHN LATOUCHE ("Cabin in the Sky", "Banjo Eyes", "Polonaise", "Beggar's Holiday", "The Golden Apple", "Candide", "The Vamp"); Music by JAMES MUNDY; Sets and Costumes designed by RAOUL PENE DU BOIS; Choreographed by ROBERT ALTON; Directed by DAVID ALEXANDER; Produced by OSCAR S. LERMAN, MARTIN B. COHEN and ALEXANDER F. CARSON ..... DETAILS: Advertising handbills (heralds) were distributed or inserted into the playbills of other productions to help generate ticket sales for upcoming shows and events. This single page, two-sided handbill measures 6" X 9" inches and includes production credits, partial cast list and wonderful graphics on the front and several photos of CAROL CHANNING, promotional text and a ticket order form on the backside ..... CONDITION: This rare handbill is in excellent condition and will make a wonderful addition to the collection of any musical theatre aficionado or historian ..... Check my "Other Auctions" for additional rare Pre-Broadway flyers, playbills and programs, Original Cast CD's and other theatre related memorabilia. This item will be carefully packaged in a protective, carded sleeve and backed by stiff cardboard ..... THANKS !!!
Photo: Bibi Osterwald,Stephen Douglas,Jack Whiting,Jonathan Lucas,Portia Nelson,1954
Photo: Bibi Osterwald,Stephen Douglas,Jack Whiting,Jonathan Lucas,Portia Nelson,1954 by Historic Photographs

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Photograph Description: (Left to right) Bibi Osterwald, Stephen Douglas, Jack Whiting, Jonathan Lucas and Portia Nelson in a scene from the musical 'The Golden Apple' photograph by Vandamm. Creator(s): Vandamm, Florence, photographer Date Created Published: 1954. Notes: Forms part of: New York World-Telegram and the Sun Newspaper Photograph Collection . Subjects: Actors--1950-1960. Theatrical productions--1950-1960. Group portraits--1950-1960. Photographic prints--1950-1960. Portrait photographs--1950-1960. Publicity photographs--1950-1960.

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