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American Theatre Playbills Collection 1871-2014

MSS-400


Overview of the Collection

Creator: Arizona State University. Libraries. Special Collections
Title: American Theatre Playbills Collection
Inclusive Dates: 1871-2014
Quantity: 57 Boxes (27.75 Linear Feet)
Abstract:The American Playbills Collection contains over 4,000 programs for American theatre productions in states other than Arizona from 1871-2014. The majority of them are from professional theatre productions in New York City. Also included are programs from Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Washington DC, Boston, and several other cities. Some have ticket stubs, autographs, and fliers for other productions.
Identification: MSS-400
Language: Material in English
Repository: Arizona State University Library. Rare Books and Manuscripts
P.O. Box 871006
Tempe, AZ 85287-1006
Phone: (480) 965-4932
E-Mail: archives@asu.edu
Questions? Ask An Archivist!

Biographical Note

Irene Romo and her husband, Alfred, were Phoenix-based frequent theatre-goers who collected numerous playbills during trips to see shows.


Scope and Content Note

The American Playbills Collection contains over 4,000 programs for American theatre productions in states other than Arizona from 1871-2014. The majority of them are from professional theatre productions in New York City. Also included are programs from Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Washington DC, Boston, and several other cities. Some have ticket stubs, autographs, and fliers for other productions.

This collection is divided into three series: Series I: American Playbills with Dates; Series II: American Playbills without Dates; Series III: Newspaper Program Advertisements.

Series I is arranged first by year (1888-2014), then alphabetically by the title of the play. Also listed is the name of the theatre where the show was performed or the company title and the city.

Series II, undated, is arranged alphabetically by the title of the play.

Series III, 1871-1901, 1930-1931, is arranged first by year, then alphabetically by the title of the play. These playbill listings were printed in newspapers and popular periodicals of the time and list the cast, production and artistic team names, number of acts, and sometimes a brief plot summary.


Arrangement

This collection consists of fifty-seven boxes divided into three series:
Series I: American Playbills with Dates
Series II: American Playbills without Dates
Series III: Newspaper Program Advertisements

Restrictions

Access Restrictions

To view this collection, make an appointment at least five business days prior to your visit by contacting Ask an Archivist or calling (480) 965-4932. Appointments in the Wurzburger Reading Room at Hayden Library (rm. 138) on the Tempe campus are available Monday through Friday. Check the ASU Library Hours page for current availability.

Copyright

Arizona State University does not own the copyright to this collection. We recognize that it is incumbent upon the researcher to procure permission to publish information from this collection from the owner of the copyright.


Related Material

For Arizona Theatre playbills:

See the Arizona Playbills Collection in Special Collections. A list of these currently only exists in print-format.
See also the ASU Special Materials Index, Arizona and Southwest Collection at http://spmi.lib.asu.edu/.
See also Arizona Archives Online for American theatre playbills located in manuscript collections.

Access Terms

Genre Form(s)
Playbills -- United States
Theater programs -- United States


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], American Theatre Playbills Collection, MSS-400, Arizona State University Library.

Provenance

Playbills were donated to Special Collections starting in the 1980s by many donors, sometimes only one or two at time. Major donations of playbills were given by Margaret Knapp (#2011-04526 and #2004-03395) and by Irene Romo (#2003-02771).


Container List

Series I: American Playbills with Dates
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11 Olivia, A Play in Four Acts and an Episode in The Vicar of Wakefield, 1888
By W. G. Wills. Star Theatre, New York.
11 Sweet Lavender, 1888
By A. W. Pinero Esq. The Lyceum Theatre, New York. Includes letter from Museum of The City of New York Curator.
12 The Circus Girl, 1897
By James T. Tanner and W. Palings, music by Ivan Caryll and Lionel Monckton, lyrics by Harry Greenbank and Adrian Ross. Daly's Theatre, New York.
12 The Girl from Paris, 1897
Music by Ivan CaryllBook by George Dance. Herald Square Theatre, New York.
13 The Telephone Girl, 1900
By Hugh Morton. Grand Opera House, St. Louis Missouri.
14 The Little Duchess, 1902
Produced by F. Ziegfeld, Jr. New Chestnut St. Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
15 Imprudence, 1903
By H. V. Esmond. Broad Street Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
15 Julius Caesar, 1903
By William Shakespeare. The Garrick Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
15 Raffles, 1903
By Eugene Presbrey and E. W. Hornung. The Garrick Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
16 The Girl of the Golden West, 1904
By David Belasco. The Lyric Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
16 Sherlock Holmes, 1904
By Conan Doyle and William Gillette. The The Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
17 Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary, 1905
By Eugene W. Presbrey. Broad Street Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
18 The Rose of Algeria, 1909
Music by Victor HerbertBook and lyrics by Glen MacDonough. Lyric Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
18 The Silver Star, 1909
By Harry B. Smith. New Amsterdam Theatre, New York.
19 Mantell In A Repertoire Of Classic Plays, 1910
Shakespeare Repertory, Lyric Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
110 Mantell In Macbeth, 1911 (2 Copies)
Shakespeare Repertory, Daly's Theatre, New York.
110 Mantell In Macbeth, 1911
Shakespeare Repertory, Sam S. Shubert Theatre, New York.
110 Taming of The Shrew, 1911
By William Shakespeare. Shakespearean Repertoire, with E. H. Sothern and Julia Marlowe. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, St. Louis Missouri.
111 The Lure, 1914
By George Scarborough. Shubert Theatre, New Haven Connecticut.
111 Mantell, 1914
Shakespeare Repertory, The Shubert Theatre, St. Louis Missouri.
111 The Tyranny of Tears, 1914
By Haddon Chambers. Olympic Theatre, St. Louis Missouri.
112 Life, 1915
By Thompson Buchanan. Shubert Murat Theatre, Indianapolis Indiana.
112 Mantell Shakespeare Repertory, 1915
44th Street Theatre, New York.
112 Mantell Shakespeare Repertory, 1915 (2 Copies)
Garrick Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
113 Her Soldier Boy, 1916
By Victor Leon, music by Emmerich Kalman. Shubert TheatreBoston Massachusetts.
114 Jeanne D'Arc, 1917
Sarah Bernhardt Repertory, Gladmer Theatre, Lansing Michigan.
115 East Is West, 1919
By Samuel Shipman and John B. Hymer. Astor Theatre, New York.
115 The Honor of the Family, 1919
By Emile Fabre. Globe Theatre, New York.
116 The Son-Daughter, 1920
By George Scarborough and David Belasco. Belasco Theatre, New York.
117 Daddy's Gone A-Hunting, 1921
By Zoe Akins. Plymouth Theatre, New York.
117 Passing Show of 1921, 1921
Dialogue and lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Shubert Murat Theatre, Indianapolis Indiana.
117 Tangerine, 1921
Adapted by Guy Bolton from a play by Philip Bartholomae and Lawrence Langer, lyrics by Howard Johnson, music by Carlo-Sanders. The Casino Theatre, New York.
118 The Blue Kitten, 1922
Book and lyrics by Otto Harbach and William Cary Duncan, music by Rudolf Frimi. Earl Carroll Theatre, New York.
118 The Greenwich Village Follies, 1922
Staged by John Murray AndersonBook by George Hobart, lyrics by Irving Caesar and John Murray Anderson, music by Louis A. Hirsch. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, New York.
119 Abie's Irish Rose, 1923
By Anne Nichols. Republic Theatre, New York.
119 The Bad Man, 1923
By Porter Emerson Browne. Majestic Theatre, Los Angeles California.
119 Children of the Moon, 1923
By Martin Flavin. Comedy Theatre, New York.
119 The Demi-Virgin, 1923
By Avery Hopwood. Egan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
119 Dew Drop Inn, 1923
Book by Walter De Leon and Edward Delaney Dunn music by Alfred Goodman, lyrics by Cyrus Wood. Astor Theatre, New York.
119 Down She Goes, 1923
By Tasty Toddles with Star Ham and Star Bacon. The Favorite Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
119 Mary the 3rd, 1923
By Rachel Crothers. 39th Street Theatre, New York.
119 Mr. Battling Butler, 1923
By Ballard Macdonald. Selwyn Theatre, New York.
119 The Nervous Wreck, 1923
By Owen Davis. Sam H. Harris Theatre, New York.
119 The Perfect Fool, 1923
Book, lyrics and music by Ed Wynn. Mason Opera House, Los Angeles California.
120 Rain, 1923
By John Colton and Clemence Randolph. Maxine Elliot's Theatre, New York.
120 Secrets, 1923
By Rudolph Besier and May Edginton. Majestic Theatre, Los Angeles California.
120 Seventh Heaven, 1923 (2 Copies; Different Covers)
By Austin Strong. The Booth Theatre, New York.
120 Steve, 1923
By Robert L. Dempster. Mason Opera House, Los Angeles California.
120 Tip Top, 1923
Books and lyrics by Anne Caldwell and R. H. Burnside, music by Ivan Caryll. Broadway Theatre, New York City.
120 Topsy and Eva, 1923
By Catherine Chisolm Cushing. Majestic Theatre, Los Angeles California.
120 The Whole Town's Eating, 1923
By G. Itts Goode with Star Ham and Star Bacon. The Utopian Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
121 The Bat, 1924
By Mary Roberts Rinehart and Avery Hopwood. The Playhouse, Los Angeles California.
121 Blossom Time, 1924
Book and lyrics by Dorothy Donnelly. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
121 The Cat and the Canary, 1924
By John Willard. Morosco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
121 Cyrano de Bergerac, 1924
By Brian Hooker. National Theatre, New York.
121 Dancing Mothers, 1924
By Edgar Selwyn and Edmond Goulding. Maxine Elliot's Theatre.
121 Expressing Willie, 1924
By Rachel Crothers. Forty-Eighth Street Theatre, New York.
121 The Fake, 1924
By Fredrick Lonsdale. Hudson Theatre, New York.
121 The Fast Steppers, 1924
Arranged by Mlle. Valeska. Gayety Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
121 Fata Morgana, 1924
By Ernst Vajda. The Theatre Guild, Inc., New York City.
121 George White's Scandal, 1924
Book by William K. Wells and George White, lyrics by B. G. DeSylva and Ballard MacDonald, music by George Gershwin, additional music by James Hanley. Apollo Theatre, New York.
121 The Gingham Girl, 1924
By Daniel Kusell. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
122 Hamlet, 1924
By William Shakespeare. Manhattan Opera House, New York.
122 Harry Carroll's Pickings, 1924
Book and lyrics by Ballard MacDonald, music by Harry Carroll. Orange Grove Theatre, Los Angeles California.
122 I'll Say She Is!, 1924
With The Marx Brothers. Book and lyrics by Will B. Johnstone, music by Tom Johnstone. Casino Theatre, New York.
122 Innocent Eyes, 1924
Book by Harold Atteridge, lyrics by Harold Atteridge and Tot Seymour, music by Sigmund Romberg and Jean Schwartz. Winter Garden, New York.
122 Janice Meredith, 1924
By Paul Leicister Ford. The California Theatre, Los Angeles California.
122 The Lady, 1924
By Martin Brown. The Playhouse, Los Angeles California.
122 Laugh, Clown, Laugh!, 1924
By David Belasco and Tom Cushing. Belasco Theatre, New York.
122 Little Jesse James, 1924
Book and lyrics by Harlan Thompson, music by Harry Archer. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
122 Little Jesse James, 1924
Book and lyrics by Harlan Thompson, music by Harry Archer. Longacre Theatre, New York.
122 Folder 23 - 1924, M-P, 1924
122 The Merchant of Venice with Mr. Mantell, 1924 (2 Copies)
Shakespeare Repertory, The Mason Opera House, Los Angeles California.
122 Marjorie, 1924
Book and lyrics by Fred Thompson, Clifford Grey, and Harold Atteridge, music by Sigmund Romberg, Herbert Stothart, Philip Culkin, and Stephen Jones. Forty-Forth Street Theatre, New York.
122 Merton of the Movies, 1924
Story by Harry Leon Wilson. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
122 The Miracle, 1924
Staged by Max ReinhartBook by Karl Vollmoeller. Century Theatre, New York.
122 Mlle. Magnificent, 1924
Staged by Dick L'Strange, dances arranged by Maurice Kusel. Mason Opera House, Los Angeles California.
122 Music Box Review, 1924
By Irving Berlin. Music Box Theatre, New York.
122 The Nervous Wreck, 1924
By Owen Davis. Majestic Theatre, Los Angeles California.
122 Paradise Alley, 1924
By Carle Carlton. The Casino Theatre, New York.
124 The Rear Car, 1924
By Edward E. Rose. Majestic Theatre, Los Angeles California.
124 Rose-Marie, 1924
Book and lyrics by Otto Harbach, music by Rudolf Friml and Herbert Stothart. Imperial Theatre, New York.
124 The Show-Off, 1924
By George Kelly. The Playhouse, New York.
124 Starlight, 1924
By Gladys Unger. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
124 Student Prince in Heidelberg, The, 1924
Book and lyrics by Dorothy Donnelly, music by Sigmund Romberg. Jolson's 59th Street Theatre, New York.
124 White Cargo, 1924
By Leon Gordon. Daly's 63rd Street Theatre, New York.
124 Ziegfeld Follies, 1924 (2 Copies)
Dialogue by William Anthony McGuire and Will Rogers, lyrics by Gene Buck and Joseph J. McCarthy, music by Victor Herbert, Raymond Hubbell, Dave Stamper Harry Tierney and Dr. Albert Szirmai. New Amsterdam Theatre, New York.
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21 All for You, 1925
Book by George V. Hobart and Charley Grapewin, music and lyrics by Arthur Freed. Erlanger's Mason Theatre, Los Angeles California. [2 copies]
21 The Best People, 1925
By David Gray and Avery Hopwood. Morosco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
21 Big Boy, 1925
With Al Jolson. Book by Harold Atteridge, music by James F. Hanley and Joseph Meyer, lyrics by B. G. De Sylva. 44th Street Theatre, New York.
21 The Dark Angel, 1925
By H. B. Trevelyan. The Playhouse, Los Angeles California.
21 Desire Under the Elms, 1925
By Eugene O'Neill. Cohan Theatre, New York.
21 The Doormat, 1925
By Ethel Clifton and Brenda Fowler. The Playhouse, Los Angeles California.
21 Dora, 1925
By Robert J. Sherman. The Beverly Theatre, Beverly Hills California.
21 The Duchess of Pittsburgh, 1925
By Lea Freeman. Wilkes' Orange Grove Theatre, Los Angeles California.
21 Earl Carroll Vanities, 1925
Music by Clarence Gaskill, dialogue by William A. Grew. Earl Carroll Theatre, New York.
21 Eternal Masculine, 1925
By Gertrude Purcell. Wilkes' Orange Grove Theatre, Los Angeles California.
22 Fata Morgana, 1925
By Ernst Vajda. The Theatre Guild, Inc., New York City.
22 The Goose Hangs High, 1925
By Lewis Beach. The Playhouse, Los Angeles California.
22 The Great I Am, 1925
By Tom J. Geraghty and C. D. Lancaster. The Playhouse, Los Angeles California.
22 Honeymoon House, 1925
Herbert Hall Winslow and Emil Nyitray. Wilkes' Orange Grove Theatre, Los Angeles California.
22 Hurricane, 1925
By Olga Petrova. Erlanger's Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
22 Kelly's Vacation, 1925
By Vincent Lawrence. The Playhouse, Los Angeles California.
22 Kiki, 1925
Adapted by David Belasco. Morosco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
23 Lady Be Good, 1925
Book by Guy Bolton and Fred Thompson, music by George Gershwin, lyrics by Ira Gershwin. Erlanger's Mason Theatre, Los Angeles California.
23 The Last Warning, 1925
By Thomas F. Fallon. Morosco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
23 Little Nellie Kelly, 1925
By George M. Cohen. The Playhouse, Los Angeles California.
23 Louie the 14th, 1925
Lyrics by Arthur Wimperis, music by Sigmund Romberg. Ziegfeld Cosmopolitan Theatre, New York.
23 The Love Song, 1925
Music by Eugene Ferago, Michael Nador, James Klein and Carl Bretschneider, adaptation and lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Century Theatre, New York.
23 Manna, 1925
By Olga Printzlau. The Playhouse, Glendale California.
23 Meet the Wife, 1925
By Lynn Starling. Wilkes' Orange Grove Theatre, Los Angeles California.
23 The Mountain Man, 1925
By Clare Kummer. The Playhouse, Los Angeles California.
24 New Brooms, 1925
By Frank Craven. Morosco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
24 Nightie Night, 1925
By Martha M. Stanley and Adelaide Matthews. Morosco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
24 No, No, Nanette, 1925
Book by Frank Mandel and Otto Harbach, lyrics by Otto Harbach and Irving Caesar, music by Vincent Youmans. Erlanger's Mason Theatre, Los Angeles California.
24 No, No, Nanette, 1925
Book by Otto Harbach and Frank Mandel, lyrics by Irving Caesar and Otto Harbach, music by Vincent Youmans. Globe Theatre, New York.
24 Outside Looking In, 1925
By Maxwell Anderson. 39th Street Theatre, New York.
24 Playthings, 1925
By Fredrick and Fanny Hatton. Wilkes' Orange Grove Theatre, Los Angeles California.
24 Politics, 1925
By Aaron Hoffman and Max Dill. Erlanger's Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
24 The Poor Nut, 1925
By J. C. Nugent and Elliot Nugent. Henry Miller's Theatre, New York.
24 Princess Flavia in The Prisoner of Zenda, 1925
Book and lyrics by Harry B. Smith, music by Sigmund Romberg. Century Theatre, New York.
24 Quarantine, 1925
By F. Tennyson Jesse. The Playhouse, Los Angeles California.
25 The Rivals, 1925
By Richard Brinsley Sheridan. Erlanger's Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
25 Rosie-Marie, 1925
By Otto Harbach. Imperial Theatre, New York.
25 Seventh Heaven, 1925
By Austin Strong. Erlanger's Mason Theatre, Los Angeles California.
25 The Show-Off, 1925
By George Kelly. Erlanger's Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
25 Silence, 1925
By Max Marcin. Erlanger's Mason Theatre, Los Angeles California.
25 Sitting Pretty, 1925
By Bolton, Wodehouse and Kern. Garrick Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
25 Sky High, 1925 (2 Copies)
By Harold Atteridge and Captain Harry Graham, music by Robert Stolz, Alfred Goodman, Maurie Rubens and Carlton Kelsey, additional lyrics by Clifford Grey. The Casino, New York.
25 So, This Is London, 1925
By Arthur Goodrich. Morosco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
25 The Song and Dance Man, 1925
By George M. Cohan. Morosco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
25 Strange Bed Fellows, 1925
By Barry Conners. Morosco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
25 The Student Prince in Heidelberg, 1925
Book and lyrics by Dorothy Donnelly, music by Sigmund Romberg, book by J. C. Huffman. Erlanger's Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
25 The Student Prince in Heidelberg, 1925
Book and lyrics by Dorothy Donnelly, music by Sigmund Romberg, book by J. C. Huffman. Jolson's Theatre, New York.
26 They Knew What They Wanted, 1925
By Sidney Howard. Klaw Theatre, New York.
26 Topsy and Eva, 1925
By Catherine Chisolm Cushing, music and lyrics by the Duncan Sisters. Sam H. Harris Theatre, New York.
26 We've Got To Have Money, 1925
By Edward Laska. Morosco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
26 Welcome Stranger, 1925
By Aaron Hoffman. The Playhouse, Los Angeles California.
26 What Price Glory, 1925
By Maxwell Anderson and Laurence Stallings. The Playhouse, Los Angeles California.
26 What Price Glory?, 1925
By Maxwell Anderson and Laurence Stallings. Plymouth Theatre, New York.
26 Whispering Wires, 1925
By Kate L. McLaurin. Morosco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
26 White Cargo, 1925 (2 Copies; Different Covers)
By Leon Gordon. Wilkes' Orange Grove Theatre, Los Angeles California.
26 Ziegfeld Follies, 1925 (2 Copies)
Staged by Julian Mitchell, dialogue by J. P. McEvoy, Will Rogers, and W. C. Fields, lyrics by Gene Buck. New Amsterdam Theatre, New York.
27 Betsy, 1926
Dialogue by Irving Caesar and David Freedman, lyrics by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers. New Amsterdam Theatre, New York.
27 The Copperhead, 1926
By Augustus Thomas. The Playhouse, Los Angeles California.
27 Craig's Wife, 1926
By George Kelly. Morosco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
27 Dancing Mothers, 1926
By Edgar Selwyn and Edmund Goulding. Morosco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
27 Desire Under the Elms, 1926
By Eugene O'Neill. Wilkes' Orange Grove Theatre, Los Angeles California.
27 Earl Carroll Vanities, 1926
Music and lyrics by Grace Henry and Morris Hamilton. Earl Carroll Theatre, New York.
27 The Fall Guy, 1926
By Georg Abbott and James Gleason. Wilkes' Orange Grove Theatre, Los Angeles California.
27 The Family Upstairs, 1926
By Harry Delf. Morosco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
27 The Girl Friend, 1926
Book by Herbert Fields, lyrics by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers. Vanderbilt Theatre, New York.
27 The Gorilla, 1926
By Ralph Spence. Erlanger's Mason Theatre, Los Angeles California.
27 The Green Hat, 1926
By Michael Arlen. Theatre El Capitan, Los Angeles California.
28 The Heaven Tappers, 1926
By George Scarbourgh. Spreckels Theatre, San Diego California.
28 Kongo, 1926
By Chester DeVonde and Kilbourn Gordon. Biltmore Theatre, New York.
28 Loose Ankles, 1926
By Sam Janney. Biltmore Theatre, New York.
28 The Love Call, 1926
Music by Franz Lehar, book and lyrics by William Carey Duncan, Irving Caesar, Bert Kalmer and Harry Ruby. The Playhouse, Los Angeles California.
28 The Lullaby, 1926
By Edward Knobloch. The Playhouse, Los Angeles California.
28 Lulu Belle, 1926
By Edward Sheldon and Charles MacArthur. Belasco Theatre, New York.
28 No, No, Nanette, 1926
Book by Frank Mandel and Otto Harbach, lyrics by Otto Harbach and Irving Caesar, music by Vincent Youmans. Theatre El Capitan, Los Angeles California.
28 Midgiee Miller's Debutantes, 1926
By Ralph Spence and Howard Emmet Rogers. Wilkes' Orange Grove, Los Angeles California.
28 Queen High, 1926
Book by Laurence Schwab and B. G. DeSylva, music by Lewis E. Gensler, lyrics by B. G. DeSylva. Cass Theatre, Detroit Michigan.
29 Rain, 1926
By John Colton and Clemence Randolph. Erlanger's Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
29 Scandals, 1926
Book by William K. Wells and George White, lyrics by B. G. De Sylva and Lew Brown, Music by Ray Henderson. Apollo Theatre, New York.
29 Song of the Flame, 1926
Book and lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammersmith, music by Herbert Stothart and George Gershwin. 44th Street Theatre, New York.
29 Struttin' Sam from Alabam, 1926
Majestic Theatre, Los Angeles California.
29 Sunny, 1926
New Amsterdam Theatre, New York.
29 Tip Toes, 1926
Book by Guy Bolton and Fred Thompson, music by George Gershwin. Granada Theatre, Santa Barbara California.
29 Weak Sisters, 1926
By Lynn Starling. Majestic Theatre, Los Angeles California.
29 Young Blood, 1926
By James Forbes. The Playhouse Theatre, Los Angeles California.
210 Allez..Oop, 1927
Lyrics by Leo Robin, music by Philip Charig and Richard Myers. Colonial Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
210 Behind the Veil, 1927
By W. H. Clifford. Majestic Theatre, Los Angeles California.
210 Broadway, 1927
By Philip Dunning and George Abbott. Mason Theatre, Los Angeles California.
210 The Creaking Chair, 1927
By Allene Tupper Wilkes. Morosco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
210 The Devil's Plum Tree, 1927
By John Colton. Belasco Theatre, New York.
210 The Dove, 1927
By David Belasco. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
210 The Great Necker, 1927
By Elmer Harris. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
210 Hit the Deck, 1927
Book by Herbert Fields, lyrics by Leo Robin and Clifford Grey, music by Vincent Youmans. Belasco Theatre, New York.
210 Honeymoon Lane, 1927
Book, lyrics and music by Eddie Dowling and James Hanley. Knickerbocker Theatre, New York.
210 Is Zat So, 1927
By James Gleason and Richard Taber. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
210 The Merchant of Venice with Mr. Mantell, 1927
By William Shakespeare. Shakespeare Repertory, Auditorium Theatre, Baltimore Maryland.
210 The Merchant of Venice with Mr. Mantell, 1927 (2 Copies)
By William Shakespeare. Shakespeare Repertory, Ford's Theatre, Baltimore Maryland.
210 The Merry Malones, 1927
By George M. Cohan. Erlanger's Theatre, New York.
210 My Maryland, 1927
Book and lyrics by Dorothy Donnelly, music by Sigmund Romberg. Erlanger's Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
211 Ned McCobb's Daughter, 1927
By Sidney Howard. John Golden Theatre, New York.
211 A Night in Spain, 1927
Book by Harold Atteridge, music by Jean Schwartz, lyrics by Al Bryan. 44th Street Theatre, New York.
211 Seventh Heaven, 1927
By Austin Strong. Morosco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
211 Smilin' Through, 1927
By Allan Langdon Martin. Belmont Theatre, Los Angeles California.
211 Synthetic Sin, 1927
By Fredric and Fanny Hatton. Morosco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
211 The Tavern, 1927
By Cora Dick Gantt. Erlanger's Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
211 This Love Business, 1927
By Philip Wentworth Rice. Beaux Arts Playshop, Los Angeles California.
211 Weather Clear - Track Fast, 1927
By Willard Mack. Hudson Theatre, New York.
211 White Cargo, 1927
By Leon Gordon. Wilkes' Vine Street Theatre, Los Angeles California.
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31 Berkeley Square, 1928
By John L. Banderston. Lyceum Theatre, New York.
31 The Command to Love, 1928
By Rudolph Lothar and Fritz Gottwald. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
31 Dracula, 1928
By Bram Stoker. Erlanger's Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
31 Excess Baggage, 1928
By John McGowan. The Playhouse, Los Angeles California.
31 The Front Page, 1928
By Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
31 Gay Paree, 1928
Book by Harold Atteridge, music by Maurice Redbens, lyrics by J. Klernan Brennan. Erlanger's Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
31 Golden Dawn, 1928
By Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Emmerrich Kalman and Herbert Stothart. Sam S. Shubert TheatreBoston Massachusetts.
31 Grand Street Follies of 1928, 1928
Book and lyrics by Agnes Morgan. Booth Theatre, New York.
31 Interference, 1928
By Roland Pertwee and Harold Dearden. Mayan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
31 The Jealous Moon, 1928
By Theodore and Jane Cowl. Majestic Theatre, New York.
32 Marco Millions, 1928
By Eugene O'Neill. Guild Theatre, New York.
32 New Americana, 1928
Lyrics by Irving Caesar, music by Roger Wolfe Kahn. Liberty Theatre, New York.
32 A Night in Spain, 1928
Music by Jean Schwartz, lyrics by Al Bryan. Erlanger's Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
32 Porgy, 1928
By Dorothy and DuBose Heyward. Republic Theatre, New York.
32 The Racket, 1928
By Bartlett Cormack. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
32 The Red Robe, 1928
Book by Harry B. Smith and Edward Delany Dunn, lyrics by Harry B. Smith and Mann Holiner. Majestic Theatre, New York.
32 Revels, 1928
By Harry Demar. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, New York.
32 The Royal Family, 1928
By George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
32 The Royal Family, 1928
By George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber. Selwyn Theatre, New York.
33 The Spider, 1928
By Fulton Oursler and Lowell Brentano. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
33 Strange Interlude, 1928
Eugene O'Neill. John Golden Theatre, New York.
33 Sunny, 1928
Book and lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Jerome Kern. Mayan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
33 The Trial of Mary Dugan, 1928
By Bayard Veiller. Erlanger's Mason Theatre, Los Angeles California.
33 Two Girls Wanted, 1928
By Gladys Unger. El Capitan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
33 Undertow, 1928
By Zelda Sears and Garnett Weston. Hollywood Playhouse, Hollywood California.
33 Volpone, 1928
By Stefan Zweig. Guild Theatre, New York.
33 What a Man, 1928
By Seymour Hicks. Hollywood Play House, Hollywood California.
34 After Dark, 1929
By Dion Boucicault. Erlanger's Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
34 The Bachelor Father, 1929
By Edward Childs Carpenter. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
34 Billie, 1929
By George M. Cohan. Colonial Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
34 Broadway Nights, 1929
Music by Sam Timberg, Lee David and Maurice Rurans, book by Edgar Smith, lyrics by M. Jaffe. Forty-Fourth Street Theatre, New York.
34 Burlesque, 1929
By George Manker Watters and Arthur Hopkins. El Capitan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
34 Dancing Mothers, 1929
By Edgar Selwyn and Edmund Goulding. El Capitan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
34 The Door Between, 1929
By Vincent Lawrence. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
34 Earl Carroll's Sketchbook, 1929
By Eddie Cantor. Earl Carroll Theatre, New York.
34 Grand Street Follies of 1929, 1929
Book and lyrics by Agnes Morgan, music by Arthur Schwartz and Max Ewing. Booth Theatre, New York.
34 Harry Carroll's Revue, 1929
Book by Andy Rice, lyrics and music by Ray Klages, Jesse Greer and Harry Carroll. Harry Carroll's Music Box Theatre, New York.
35 Kibitzer, 1929
By Jo. Swerling and Edward Robinson. Erlanger's Mason Theatre, Los Angeles California.
35 Little Accident, 1929
By Floyd Dell and Thomas Mitchell. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
35 Little Orchid Annie, 1929
By Hadley Waters and Charles Beahan. Mayan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
35 Lulu Belle, 1929
By Edward Sheldon and Charles MacArthur. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
35 Major Barbara, 1929
By Bernard Shaw. Republic Theatre, New York.
35 Night Hostess, 1929
By Philip Dunning. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
35 The Passing of the Third Floor Back, 1929
By Jerome K. Jerome. The Actor's Theatre, Los Angeles California.
35 The Pirate, 1929
By William Du Bois. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
36 Rosalie, 1929
Music by George Gershwin and Sigmund Romberg, book by William Anthony McGuire and Guy Bolton, lyrics by P. G. Woodhouse and Ira Gershwin. Illinois Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
36 She Couldn't Say No, 1929
By B. M. Kaye. El Capitan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
36 The Silent House, 1929
By John G. Brandon and George Pickett. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
36 Squawk, 1929
By John McDermott. Mayan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
36 Sweet Adeline, 1929
Music by Jerome Kern, book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Hammerstein's Theatre, New York.
36 This Thing Called Love, 1929
By Edwin Burke. Hollywood Playhouse, Hollywood California.
36 What a Woman Wants, 1929
By DeWitt Newing. Vine Street Theatre, Hollywood California.
36 Whoopee, 1929
Book by William Anthony McGuire, music by Walter Donaldson, lyrics by Gus Kahn. Ford's Theatre, Baltimore Maryland.
36 Whoopee, 1929
Book by William Anthony McGuire, music by Walter Donaldson, lyrics by Gus Kahn. New Amsterdam Theatre, New York.
37 Candle Light, 1930
By Siegfried Geyer. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
37 The Champion, 1930
By A. E. Thomas and Thomas Louden. Hollywood Playhouse, Hollywood California.
37 The Criminal Code, 1930
By Martin Flavin. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
37 Decency, 1930
By Arthur Gregor. Mayan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
37 Diamond Lil, 1930
By Mae West. Erlanger's Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
37 Earl Carroll Vanities, 1930
Staged by Leroy Prinz and Priestly Morrison, dialogue by Eddie Welch and Eugene Conrad, music and lyrics by Jay Gourney and E. J. Hamburg. New Amsterdam Theatre, New York.
37 Gone Hollywood, 1930
Book and lyrics by Roger Gray. Erlanger's Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
37 Grand Hotel, 1930
By Vicki Baum. National Theatre, New York.
37 The Great John Ganton, 1930
By Arthur Jerome Eddy. Vine Street Theatre, Hollywood California.
37 The Green Bottle, 1930
By John T. Murray. Vine Street Theatre, Hollywood California.
37 The Green Pastures, 1930
By Marc Connelly. Mansfield Theatre, New York.
38 Hotel Universe, 1930 (2 Copies)
By Philip Barry. Martin Beck Theatre, New York.
38 International Revue, 1930
By Lew Leslie. Majestic Theatre, New York.
38 It's A Wise Child, 1930
By Laurence E. Johnson. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
38 Journey's End, 1930
By R. C. Sheriff. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
38 June Moon, 1930
By Ring Lardner and George S. Kaufman, music and lyrics by Ring Lardner. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
38 Ladies All, 1930
By Prince Bibesco. Morosco Theatre, New York.
38 The Last Mile, 1930
By John Wexley. Majestic Theatre, Los Angeles California.
38 Luana, 1930
Book adapted by Howard Emmett Rogers. Hammerstein's Theatre, New York.
38 The Man in Possession, 1930
by H. M. Harwood. Mayan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
38 Maurice Chevalier, 1930
By Maurice Chevalier. Mayan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
38 Molly Magdalene, 1930
By Crane Wilbur. Mayan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
38 My Girl Friday, 1930
By William A. Grew. Vine Street Theatre, Hollywood California.
39 The Nut Farm, 1930
By John C. Brownell. Vine Street Theatre, Hollywood California.
39 Oh Judge, 1930
By Gwen Meredith, George Bowles, Edward Elsner, music by Lucien Denni. Vine Street Theatre, Hollywood California.
39 Oh, Susanna, 1930
Book by Bernard McConville, lyrics by Alfred Hustwick, music by Aubrey Stauffer. Mayan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
39 Once in a Lifetime, 1930
By Moss Art and George S. Kaufman. The Music Box, New York.
39 Pagan Lady, 1930
By William DuBois. Forty-Eighth Street Theatre, New York.
39 The Philanderer, 1930
By Bernard Shaw. Erlanger's Mason Theatre, Los Angeles California.
39 Rah-Rah Daze, 1930
By Fred Waring. Erlanger's Mason Theatre, Los Angeles California.
39 Rope's End, 1930
By Patrick Hamilton. Vine Street Theatre, Hollywood California.
310 The Second Little Show, 1930
Lyrics by Howard Deitz, music by Arthur Schwartz. Royale Theatre, New York.
310 Sons O' Guns, 1930
Book by Fred Thompson and Jack Donahue, words and music by Arthur Swanstrom, Benny Davis and J. Fred Coots. Imperial Theatre, New York.
310 Street Scene, 1930
By Wm. A. Brady. Mayan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
310 Strictly Dishonorable, 1930
By Preston Sturges. Avon Theatre, New York.
310 Strictly Dishonorable, 1930
By Preston Sturges. Erlanger's Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
310 Sun-Up, 1930
By Lula Vollmer. Vine Street Theatre, Hollywood California.
310 The Temptations of 1930, 1930
Conceived by LeRoy Prinz, music by Ted Snyder, lyrics by James Brockman. Mayan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
310 Three's A Crowd, 1930
Conceived and compiled by Howard Dietz. Selwyn Theatre, New York.
310 The Vinegar Tree, 1930
By Paul Osborn. The Playhouse, New York.
310 Wake Up and Dream, 1930
Book by John Hastings Turner, lyrics and music by Cole Porter. Selwyn Theatre, New York.
310 A Wonderful Night, 1930
Music by Johann Strauss, book adapted by Fanny Todd Mitchell. Majestic Theatre, New York.
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41 Anatol, 1931
By Arthur Schnitzler. Lyceum Theatre, New York.
41 Bad Girl, 1931
By Brian Delmar and Vina Delmar. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
41 The Band Wagon, 1931
By George S. Kaufman and Howard Dietz. New Amsterdam Theatre, New York.
41 Cynara, 1931
By H. M. Harwood and R. F. Gore-Brown. Morosco Theatre, New York.
41 Earl Carroll Vanities, 1931
Dialogue by Ralph Spence and Eddie Welch, music and lyrics by Harold Adamson and Burton Lane. Earl Carroll Theatre, New York.
41 Elizabeth, the Queen, 1931
By Maxwell Anderson. American Theatre, St. Louis Missouri.
41 Five Star Final, 1931
By Louis Weitzenkorn. Cort Theatre, New York.
42 George White's Scandals, 1931
Sketches by George White, Lew Brown and Irving Caesar; songs by Lew Brown and Ray Henderson. Apollo Theatre, New York.
42 Girl Crazy, 1931
Music by George Gershwin, lyrics by Ira Gershwin. Erlanger's Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
42 Girl Crazy, 1931
Music by George Gershwin, lyrics by Ira Gershwin. Shubert Theatre. Boston Massachusetts.
42 The Good Fairy, 1931
By Molnar. Henry Miller's Theatre, New York.
42 Grand Hotel, 1931 (2 Copies)
By Vicki Baum. National Theatre, New York.
42 The Greeks Had a Word for It, 1931
By Zoe Akins. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
42 The Greeks Had a Word for It, 1931
By Zoe Akins. Sam H. Harris Theatre, New York.
42 The Green Pastures, 1931
By Marc Connelly. Illinois Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
42 Hay Fever, 1931
By Noël Coward. Avon Theatre, New York.
42 The Laugh Parade, 1931
Produced, staged and ideas by Ed Wynn. Shubert Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
42 Lost Sheep, 1931
By Belford Forrest. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
42 Lucky Day, 1931
Book by Edmund Joseph and Nat Perrin, music by Otis Rene and Leon Rene, lyrics by Ben Ellison. Mayan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
42 Lysistrata, 1931
By Aristophanes. Carthay Circle Theatre, Hollywood California.
43 The Man in Possession, 1931 (2 Copies)
By H.M. Harwood. Mayan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
43 Marching By, 1931
Adapted by Harry Clarke and Harry B. Smith. Great Northern Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
43 Morning Becomes Electra, 1931
By Eugene O'Neill. Guild Theatre, New York.
43 The Nine O'Clock Revue, 1931
Lyrics and music by Will Janson and Val Burton. Hollywood Music Box, Hollywood California.
43 On the Spot, 1931
By Edgar Wallace. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
43 Once in a Lifetime, 1931
By Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. Mayan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
43 Once in A Lifetime, 1931
By Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. The Music Box, New York.
43 Once in a Life Time, 1931
By Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. Selwyn Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
43 Precedent, 1931
By I. J. Golden. Music Box Theatre, Los Angeles California.
43 Private Lives, 1931
By Noël Coward. Hollywood Playhouse, Hollywood California.
43 Private Lives, 1931
By Noël Coward. Times Square Theatre, New York.
44 Street Scene, 1931 (2 Copies)
By Elmer Rice. Mayan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
44 The Third Little Show, 1931
Staged by Alexander Leftwich. The Music Box, New York.
44 Tonight or Never, 1931 (2 Copies)
By Lili Hatvany. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
44 Topaze, 1931 (2 Copies)
Staged by Rollo Lloyd. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
44 Up Pops the Devil, 1931 (2 Copies)
By Albert Hackett and Francis Goodrich. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
44 The Vinegar Tree, 1931 (2 Copies)
By Paul Osborn. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
44 The Wonder Bar, 1931
Adaptation by Irving Caesar and Aben Kandel from the Original of Geza Herczeg and Karl Farkas. Shubert Apollo Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
44 You Said It, 1931
Book by Jack Yellen and Sid Silvers, music by Harold Arlen, lyrics by Jack Yellen, staged by John Harwood. Forty-sixth Street Theatre, New York.
44 Ziegfeld Follies 1931 Glorifying The American Girl, 1931
Staged by Bobby Connolly. Ziegfeld Theatre, New York.
45 The Alarm Clock, 1932
By Avery Hopwood. El Capitan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
45 The Barretts of Wimpole Street, 1932
By Rudolf Besier. Erlanger's Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
45 The Barretts of Wimpole Street, 1932
By Rudolf Besier. Shubert Rialto Theatre, St. Louis Missouri.
45 Blessed Event, 1932
By Manuel Seff and Forrest Wilson. El Capitan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
45 The Cat and the Fiddle, 1932
By Jerome Kern and Otto Harbach. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
45 The Cat and the Fiddle, 1932
By Jerome Kern and Otto Harbach. Globe Theatre, New York.
45 The Cat and the Fiddle, 1932
By Jerome Kern and Otto Harbach. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
45 Counsellor-At-Law, 1932
By Elmer Rice. Plymouth Theatre, New York.
45 Crazy Quilt, 1932
By Billy Rose. Erlanger's Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
45 The Devil Passes, 1932
By Benn W. Levy. Selwyn Theatre, New York.
45 Earl Carroll Vanities, 1932
Dialogue by Eddie Welch and Eugene Conrad, music and lyrics by Jay Gorney and E. J. Harburg. Erlanger's Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
45 Earl Carroll Vanities, 1932
Dialogue by Ralph Spence and Eddie Welch, music and lyrics by Jay Gorney and E. J. Harburg. Forty-Fourth Street Theatre, New York.
46 Face the Music, 1932 (2 Copies)
By Irving Berlin and Moss Hart. New Amsterdam Theatre, New York.
46 The Fall Guy, 1932
By George Abbott and James Gleason. El Capitan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
46 Flying Colors, 1932
By Howard Dietz, Imperial Theatre, New York.
46 Grand Hotel, 1932
By Vikki Baum. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California. [2 copies]
46 Hot-Cha, 1932
Book, words, and music by Lew Brown and Ray Henderson. Ziegfeld Theatre, New York City.
46 Let Us Divorce, 1932
By Gilbert Wakefield. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
46 Lucrece, 1932
By Andre Obey. Belasco Theatre, New York.
47 The Mad Hopes, 1932 (2 Copies)
By Romney Brent. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
47 Maedchen in Uniform, 1932
By Donald Freeman. Apollo Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
47 Maedchen in Uniform, 1932
By Donald Freeman. Criterion Theatre, New York.
47 The Marquise, 1932 (2 Copies)
By Noël Coward. El Capitan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
47 Mourning Becomes Electra, 1932
By Eugene O'Neill. Guild Theatre, New York City.
47 Reunion in Vienna, 1932
By Robert E. Sherwood. Guild Theatre, New York.
47 The Scamp, 1932
By Dion Boucicault. Hollywood Playhouse, Hollywood California.
47 Shining Blackness, 1932
By Lulu Vollmer. Erlanger's Mason Theatre, Los Angeles California.
47 Show Boat, 1932
Music by Jerome Kern, book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Casino Theatre, New York.
47 Sons O' Guns, 1932
Book by Jack Donahue and Fred Thompson, music by Arthur Swanstrom and J. Fred Coots. Carthay Circle Theatre, Los Angeles California.
47 Ssh Speakeasily - It's Footlites, 1932
By Gerhold O. Davis. Mayan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
48 There's Always Juliet, 1932
By John Van Druten. Henry Miller's Theatre, New York.
48 Walk A Little Faster, 1932
Lyrics by E. Y. Harburg, music by Vernon Duke. St. James Theatre, New York.
48 Whistling in the Dark, 1932
By Laurence Gross and Edward Childs Carpenter. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
48 Whistling in the Dark, 1932
By Laurence Gross and Edward Childs Carpenter. Erlanger Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
48 Whistling In the Dark, 1932
By Laurence Gross and Edward Childs Carpenter. Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York.
48 The Wonder Bar, 1932
By Irving Caesar and Aben Kandel. Erlanger's Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
49 Alas! Poor Yorick, 1933
By Virginia Drue Boyd and C. Parry Kraatz. The Guignol Theatre, Lexington Kentucky.
49 Alien Corn, 1933
By Sidney Howard. Harris Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
49 As Thousands Cheer, 1933
By Irving Berlin and Moss Hart. The Music Box, New York.
49 Biography, 1933
By S. N. Behrman. Avon Theatre, New York.
49 The Critic, 1933
By Richard Brinsly Sheridan. The Guignol Theatre, Lexington, Kentucky.
49 Design for Living, 1933
By Noël Coward. Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York.
49 Dinner at Eight, 1933
By George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber. Grand Opera House, Chicago Illinois.
49 Dinner at Eight, 1933
By George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
49 Gay Divorce, 1933
Music and lyrics by Cole Porter. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, New York.
410 Her Majesty the Widow, 1933
By John Charles Brownell. Cort Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
410 Hold Your Horses, 1933
Book by Russel Crouse and Corey Ford, music and lyrics by Russell Bennett, Robert A. Simon, Louis Alter, Arthur Swanstrom and Ben Oakland. Winter Garden, New York.
410 Let 'Em Eat Cake, 1933
Book by George S. Kaufman and Morrie Ryskind. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
410 Louder Please, 1933
By Norman Krasna. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
410 Low and Behold, 1933
By Leonard Silman. Hollywood Music Box, Hollywood California.
410 A Midsummer Night's Dream, 1933
By Mister William Shakespeare, produced and directed by Mister Frank Fowler. The Colonial Theatre, Phoenixville Pennsylvania.
410 Mrs. Moonlight, 1933
By Benn W. Levy. The Guignol Theatre, Lexington Kentucky.
410 Murder At the Vanities, 1933
By Earl Carroll. New Amsterdam Theatre, New York City.
410 Of Thee I Sing, 1933
Book by George S. Kaufman and Morrie Ryskind, music by George Gershwin, lyrics by Ira Gershwin. Erlanger's Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
411 Show Boat, 1933
Music by Jerome Kern, book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Auditorium Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
411 Strike Me Pink, 1933
Sketches by Jack McGowan, with Jimmy Durante. Majestic Theatre, New York.
411 Tattle Tales, 1933
Staged by John Lonergran, Danny Dare and Leroy Prinz. Broadhurst Theatre, New York.
411 Three-Cornered Moon, 1933
By Gertrude Tonkonogy, with Ruth Gordon. Cort Theatre, New York.
411 When the Ladies Meet, 1933
By Rachel Crothers. The Guignol Theatre, Lexington Kentucky.
412 Accent on Youth, 1934
By Samson Raphaelson. Plymouth Theatre, New York.
412 Ah, Wilderness!, 1934
By Eugene O'Neill. El Capitan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
412 As Thousands Cheer, 1934
By Irving Berlin and Moss Hart. Shubert Grand Opera House, Chicago Illinois.
412 Berkeley Square, 1934
Directed by Robert Ong. Miles Playhouse, Santa Monica California.
412 Biography, 1934
By S. N. Behrman. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
412 Bridal Quilt, 1934
By Tom Powers. Biltmore Theatre, New York.
412 Brittle Heaven, 1934
By Vincent York and Fredrick J. Pohl. Vanderbilt Theatre, New York.
412 But Not For Love, 1934
By Geraldine Emerson. Empire Theatre, New York.
412 The Children's Hour, 1934
By Lillian Hellman. Maxine Elliott's Theatre, New York.
412 College Sinners, 1934
By Terence Rattigan and Philip Heimann. Ritz Theatre, New York.
412 Conversation Piece, 1934
By Noël Coward. Forty-Forth Street Theatre, New York.
412 The Curtain Rises, 1934
By B.M. Kaye. Cort Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
413 Dark Victory, 1934
By George Brewer, Jr. and Bertram Bloch. Plymouth Theatre, New York.
413 The Distaff Side, 1934
By John Van Druten. Booth Theatre, New York.
413 Errant Lady, 1934
By Nat N. Dorfman. Forty-Ninth Street Theatre, New York.
413 The Farmer Takes A Wife, 1934
By Frank B. Elser and Marc Connelly. Forty-Sixth Street Theatre, New York.
413 The First Legion, 1934 (2 Copies)
By Emmet Lavery. Biltmore Theatre, New York.
413 Four Saints In Three Acts, 1934
Words by Gertrude Stein, music by Virgil Thomson. Auditorium Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
413 Gold Eagle Guy, 1934
By Melvin Levy. Morosco Theatre, New York.
413 Hold Your Horses, 1934
By Russel Crouse and Corey Ford. Shubert Grand Opera House, Chicago Illinois.
413 Jayhawker, 1934
By Sinclair Lewis and Lloyd Lewis. Cort Theatre, New York.
413 A Lady Detained, 1934
By Samuel Shipman and John B. Hymer. Boulevard Theatre, New York.
413 L'Aiglon, 1934
By Edmond Rostand. Broadhurst Theatre, New York.
413 The Lord Blesses the Bishop, 1934
By Hatcher Hughes. Adelphi Theatre, New York.
414 Memory, 1934
By Myron Fagan. Erlanger's Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
414 Men In White, 1934
By Sidney Kingsley. Broadhurst Theatre, New York.
414 Men in White, 1934
By Sidney Kingsley. El Capitan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
414 Merrily We Roll Along, 1934
By George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart. The Music Box, New York.
414 Mikado, 1934
Written by Sir W.S. Gilbert, music by Sir Arthur S. Sullivan. Studebaker, Chicago Illinois.
414 The Milky Way, 1934
By Lynn Root and Harry Clork. Cort Theatre, New York.
414 The Night Remembers, 1934
Martha Madison. The Playhouse, New York.
414 No More Ladies, 1934 (2 Copies)
By A.E. Thomas. Harris Theatre, Chicago.
414 The Old Maid, 1934
By Zoe Akins. Empire Theatre, New York.
414 Order Please, 1934
By Edward Charles Carpenter. The Playhouse, New York.
414 Personal Appearance, 1934
By Lawrence Riley. Henry Miller's Theatre, New York.
415 Revenge With Music, 1934
Book, lyrics and music by Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz. New Amsterdam Theatre, New York.
415 Roberta, 1934
Music by Jerome Kern, book and lyrics by Otto Harbach. New Amsterdam Theatre, New York.
415 Sailor Beware, 1934
By Kenyon Nicholson and Charles Robinson. Lyceum Theatre, New York.
415 Sailor Beware, 1934
By Kenyon Nicholson and Charles Robinson. Mayan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
415 Servant in the House, 1934
By Charles Rann Kennedy. Erlanger, Chicago Illinois.
415 She Loves Me Not, 1934
By Howard Lindsay. Forty-Sixth Street Theatre, New York.
415 Shim Sham Revue, 1934
By Dave Gould. Hollywood Music Box, Hollywood California.
415 A Ship Comes In, 1934
By Joseph Anthony. Longacre Theatre, New York.
415 A Sleeping Clergyman, 1934
By James Birdie. Guild Theatre, New York.
415 Small Miracle, 1934
By Norman Krasna. Golden Theatre, New York.
415 So Many Paths, 1934
By Irving Kaye Davis. Ritz Theatre, New York.
415 Spring Freshet, 1934
By Owen Davis. Plymouth Theatre, New York.
415 Spring Song, 1934
By Bella and Samuel Spewack. Morosco Theatre, New York.
415 Stevedore, 1934
By Paul Peters and George Sklar. Civic Repertory Theatre, New York.
416 Take A Chance, 1934
By Laurence Schwab and B. G. De Sylva. Mayan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
416 Tobacco Road, 1934
By Jack Kirkland. Forty-Eighth Street Theatre, New York.
416 White Cargo, 1934
By Leon Gordon. Hollywood Playhouse, Hollywood California.
416 Within the Gates, 1934
By Sean O' Casey. National Theatre, New York.
416 Ziegfeld Follies, 1934
Shubert Grand Opera House, Chicago Illinois.
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51 Anything Goes, 1935
Music and lyrics by Cole Porter, book by Guy Bolton and P.G. Woodhouse. Alvin Theatre, New York.
51 Anything Goes, 1935
Music and lyrics by Cole Porter, book by Guy Bolton and P. G. Woodhouse. El Capitan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
51 At Home Abroad, 1935
By Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
51 At Home Abroad, 1935
By Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz. Winter Garden, New York.
51 The Bishop Misbehaves, 1935
By Fredrick Jackson. Golden Theatre, New York.
51 Blind Alley, 1935
By James Warwick. Booth Theatre, New York.
51 Ceiling Zero, 1935
By Frank Wead. The Music Box, New York.
51 Crime Marches On, 1935
By Bertrand Robinson and Maxwell Hawkins. Morosco Theatre, New York.
51 Dodsworth, 1935
By Sinclair Lewis. Erlanger, Chicago Illinois.
51 Earl Carroll Sketch Book, 1935
Dialogue by Eugene Conrad, Charles Sherman and Royal Foster; music and lyrics by Charles Tobin, Murray Mencher and Charles Newman. Majestic Theatre, New York.
51 Faun, 1935
By Charles Bruce Millholland. Civic Theatre, Indianapolis Indiana.
51 First Lady, 1935
By Katharine Dayton. The Music Box, New York.
52 Gallery Gods, 1935
By Henrietta Malkiel and John Housman. Elizabeth Peabody Playhouse, Boston Massachusetts.
52 Ghosts, 1935
By Henrik Ibsen. Colonial Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
52 Great Waltz, The, 1935 (3 Copies)
Book by Moss Hart, lyrics by Desmond Carter, music by Johann Strauss. Center Theatre, New York.
52 Hollywood Holiday, 1935
By Kay Kenny and Douglas Gilmore. Selwyn Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
52 If A Body, 1935
By Edward Knoblock and George Rosener. Biltmore Theatre, New York.
52 It's You I Want, 1935
By Maurice Braddell. Cort Theatre, New York.
52 Laburnum Grove, 1935 (2 Copies)
By J.B. Priestly. Shubert Grand Opera House, Chicago Illinois.
52 Lady of Letters, 1935
By Turner Bullock. Mansfield Theatre, New York.
52 Libel!, 1935
By Edward Wooll. Henry Miller's Theatre, New York.
52 Life Begins At Eight Forty, 1935
Lyrics by Ira Gershwin and E. Y. Harburg, music by Harold Arlen. Winter Garden, New York.
52 Life Begins At Eight Forty, 1935
Lyrics by Ira Gershwin and E. Y. Harburg, music by Harold Arlen. Shubert Grand Opera House, Chicago Illinois.
53 Merrily We Roll Along, 1935
By George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
53 Most of the Game, 1935
By John van Druten. Cort Theatre, New York.
53 Night of January 16, 1935
By Ayn Rand. Ambassador Theatre, New York.
53 Noah, 1935
By Andre Obey. Longacre Theatre, New York.
53 Ode to Liberty, 1935
Adapted by Sidney Howard. Shubert Grand Opera House, Chicago Illinois.
53 The Petrified Forest, 1935
By Robert Sherwood. Broadhurst Theatre, New York.
53 Post Road, 1935
By Wilbur Daniel Steele and Norma Mitchell. Masque Theatre, New York.
53 Pride and Prejudice, 1935
Dramatized by Helen Jerome, novel by Jane Austin. The Music Box, New York.
53 Rain From Heaven, 1935
By S.N. Behrman. Erlanger, Chicago Illinois.
53 Revenge With Music, 1935
By Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz. New Amsterdam Theatre, New York.
54 The Simpleton of the Unexpected Isles, 1935
By George Bernard Shaw. Guild Theatre, New York.
54 A Slight Case of Murder, 1935
By Damon Runyon and Howard Lindsay. Forty-Eighth Street Theatre, New York.
54 Small Miracle, 1935
By Norma Krasna. El Capitan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
54 Smile At Me, 1935
Sketches and lyrics by Edward J. Lambert, music by Gerald Dolin and Edward J. Lambert. Fulton Theatre, New York.
54 Substitute For Murder, 1935
By William Jourdan Rapp and Leonardo Bercovici. Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York.
54 The Taming of the Shrew, 1935
By William Shakespeare. Guild Theatre, New York.
54 Three Men On A Horse, 1935
By John Cecil Holm and George Abbott. The Playhouse, New York.
54 Three Men On A Horse, 1935
By John Cecil Holm and George Abbott. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
54 Three Men On A Horse, 1935
By John Cecil Holm and George Abbott. Harris Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
54 'Till the Day I Die, 1935
By Clifford Odets. Hollywood Playhouse, Hollywood California.
54 Tobacco Road, 1935
By Jack Kirkland. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
54 Tobacco Road, 1935
By Jack Kirkland. Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
54 A Touch of Brimstone, 1935
By Leonore Kaghan and Anita Philips. Golden Theatre, New York.
54 Winterset, 1935
By Maxwell Anderson. Martin Beck Theatre, New York.
54 Within the Gates, 1935
By Sean O' Casey. National Theatre, New York.
54 Ziegfeld Follies, 1935
Staged by Bobby Connelly. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
55 200 Were Chosen, 1936
By E. P. Conkle. Forty-Eighth Street Theatre, Manhattan New York.
55 Aged 26, 1936
By Anne Crawford Flexner. Lyceum Theatre, New York.
55 And Stars Remain, 1936
By Julius J. and Philip G. Epstein. Guild Theatre, New York.
55 At Home Abroad, 1936
By Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz. Majestic Theatre, New York.
55 Bitter Stream, 1936
By Victor Wolfson. Civic Repertory Theatre, New York.
55 Call It A Day, 1936
By Dodie Smith. El Capitan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
55 Call It A Day, 1936
By Dodie Smith. Grand Opera House, Chicago Illinois.
55 The Children's Hour, 1936 (2 Copies)
By Lillian Hellman. Maxine Elliot's Theatre, New York.
55 Co-Respondent Unknown, 1936
By Mildred Harris and Harold Goldman. The Ritz Theatre, New York.
55 The Country Wife, 1936
By William Wycherley. Henry Miller's Theatre, New York.
55 Cyrano De Bergerac, 1936
By Edmond Rostand. New Amsterdam Theatre, New York.
55 Cyrano De Bergerac, 1936
By Edmond Rostand. Shubert Grand Opera House, Boston Massachusetts.
56 Dead End, 1936
By Sidney Kinsley. Belasco Theatre, New York.
56 Dead End, 1936
By Sidney Kinsley. Colonial Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
56 Dorian Gray, 1936
By Oscar Wilde. Comedy Theatre, New York.
56 End of Summer, 1936
By S. N. Behrman. Erlanger Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
56 End of Summer, 1936
By S. N. Behrman. Guild Theatre, New York.
56 First Lady, 1936
By Katharine Dayton and George S. Kaufman. The Music Box, New York.
56 George White's Scandals, 1936
Lyrics by Jack Yellen, music by Ray Henderson, dialogue by George White and William K. Wells. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
56 Hamlet, 1936 (2 Copies)
By William Shakespeare. Shubert Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
56 Hedda Gabler, 1936
By Henrik Ibsen. Colonial Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
56 Hold Your Hats, 1936
Music and lyrics by Charles Gaynor. The Civic Theatre, Indianapolis Indiana.
56 Jubilee, 1936
Book by Moss Hart, music and lyrics by Cole Porter. The Imperial Theatre, New York.
57 Leaning On Letty, 1936
By Wilburt Daniel Steele and Norma Mitchell. Selwyn Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
57 Night of January 16, 1936
By Ayn Rand. El Capitan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
57 On Your Toes, 1936
Book by Rodgers and Hart and George Abbott, music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart. The Imperial Theatre, New York.
57 Pride and Prejudice, 1936
By Jane Austen. Harris Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
57 Reflected Glory, 1936
By George Kelly. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
57 Russet Mantle, 1936
By Lynn Riggs. Masque Theatre, New York.
57 Saint Joan, 1936 (2 Copies)
By Bernard Shaw. Martin Beck Theatre, New York.
57 The Show is On, 1936 (2 Copies)
By Vincente Minnelli. Winter Garden, New York.
57 So Proudly We Hail, 1936
By Joseph M. Viertel. Forty-Sixth Street Theatre, New York.
57 St. Helena, 1936
By R. C. Sherriff and Jeanne De Casalis. Lyceum Theatre, New York.
57 Stage Door, 1936
By George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber. The Music Box, New York.
57 Swing Your Lady, 1936 (2 Copies)
By Kenyon Nicholson and Charles Robinson. Booth Theatre, New York.
58 Three Men On A Horse, 1936
By John Cecil Holm and George Abbott. The Playhouse, New York.
58 Tobacco Road, 1936
By Jack Kirkland. Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
58 Tovarich, 1936
By Jacques Deval. The Plymouth Theatre, New York.
58 Victoria Regina, 1936 (2 Copies)
By Laurence Houseman. The Broadhurst Theatre, New York
58 White Horse Inn, 1936
Book by Hans Muller, lyrics by Irving Caesar, music by Ralph Benetzky. The Center Theatre, New York.
58 Winterset, 1936
By Maxwell Anderson. Shubert Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
58 Ziegfeld Follies, 1936 (2 Copies)
Lyrics by Ira Gershwin, music by Vernon Duke. Winter Garden, New York.
59 Amphitryon 38, 1937 (2 Copies)
By Jean Giraudoux. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, New York.
59 Angel Island, 1937
By Bernie Angus. National Theatre, New York.
59 Barchester Towers, 1937
By Thomas Job. Martin Beck Theatre, New York.
59 Boy Meets Girl, 1937
By Bella and Samuel Spewack. Cort Theatre, New York.
59 Brother Rat, 1937
By John Monks Jr. and Fred F. Finklehoffe. Selwyn Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
510 Candida, 1937
By G. Bernard Shaw. Shubert Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
510 Chalked Out, 1937
By Warden Lewis E. Lawes and Jonathan Finn. Morosco Theatre, New York.
510 Cox and Box, 1937
By Maddison Morton, F. C. Burnand and Arthur Sullivan. [The D'oyly Carte Opera Company] The Colonial Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
510 Dead End, 1937 (2 Copies)
By Sidney Kingsley. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
510 Florodora, 1937
Book by Owen Hall, lyrics by E. Boyd Jones and Paul Rubens, music by Leslie Stuart. Municipal Stadium, Randall's Island, New York.
510 Fulton of Oak Falls, 1937
By Parker Fennelly. Morosco Theatre, New York.
510 Hamlet, 1937
By William Shakespeare. The Empire Theatre, New York.
510 Hamlet, 1937
By William Shakespeare. The Shubert Theatre, New York.
510 Hamlet, 1937
By William Shakespeare. St. James Theatre, New York.
510 Having A Wonderful Time, 1937
By Arthur Kober. Lyceum Theatre, New York.
510 The Housemaster, 1937
By Ian Hay. Wilbur Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
510 Idiot's Delight, 1937
By Robert E. Sherwood. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles Califonria.
510 Idiot's Delight, 1937
By Robert E. Sherwood. Erlanger Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
510 Idiot's Delight, 1937
By Robert E. Sherwood. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, New York.
510 Idiot's Delight, 1937
By Robert E. Sherwood. Colonial Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
510 I'd Rather Be Right, 1937
By George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart, music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Alvin Theatre, New York.
511 Julius Caesar, 1937 (2 Copies)
By William Shakespeare. Mercury Theatre, New York.
511 King Richard II, 1937
By William Shakespeare. St. James Theatre, New York.
511 Madame Bovary, 1937
By Gustave Flaubert [with Constance Cummings]. Broadhurst Theatre, New York.
511 Many Mansions, 1937
By Jules Eckert Goodman and Eckert Goodman. Biltmore Theatre, New York.
511 New Ziegfeld Follies of 1937, The, 1937
Staged by John Murray Anderson, lyrics by Ira Gershwin, music by Vernon Duke. Grand Opera House, Chicago Illinois.
511 Othello, 1937 (2 Copies)
By William Shakespeare. New Amsterdam Theatre, New York.
511 Passing of the Third Floor Back, The, 1937
By Jerome K. Jerome. Werba's Brooklyn Theatre, Brooklyn New York.
512 Red Harvest, 1937
By Walter Charles Roberts. National Theatre, New York.
512 Red Hot and Blue, 1937
Words and music by Cole Porter, book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Alvin Theatre, New York.
512 Reflected Glory, 1937
By George Kelly. Grand Opera House, Chicago Illinois.
512 Room Service, 1937
By John Murray and Alex Boretz. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
512 Room Service, 1937 (2 Copies)
By John Murray and Allen Boretz. Cort Theatre, New York.
512 Speak of the Devil, 1937
By Charles Gaynor. The Civic Theatre, Indianapolis.
512 Susan and God, 1937
By Rachel Crothers. Shubert Theatre, Boston.
512 Tobacco Road, 1937
By Jack Kirkland. The Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
512 To Quinto and Back, 1937
By Ben Hecht. Guild Theatre, New York.
512 Tonight at Eight-Thirty, 1937
By Noël Coward. National Theatre, New York.
512 Tovarich, 1937
By Jacques Deval. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California. [Selwyn Theatre, Chicago Illinois]
512 To-Night at 8:30, 1937
By Noël Coward. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
512 Twentieth Century, 1937
By Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur. The Chevy Chase Summer Theatre, Washington D.C.
513 Virginia, 1937
Book by Laurence Stallings and Owen Davis, music by Arthur Schwartz. The Center Theatre, New York.
513 Victoria Regina, 1937
By Laurence Houseman. Erlanger Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
513 We Have Tonight, 1937
By Margel Gluck and Merrell Hartman. The Dramart Guild Theatre, Hollywood California.
513 White Cargo, 1937
By Leon Gordon. The Wharf Theatre, Provincetown Massachusetts.
513 White Horse Inn, 1937
Book by Hans Muller, lyrics by Robert Gilbert. The Center Theatre, New York.
513 Wild Violets, 1937
By Bruno Hardt-Warden, lyrics by Desmond Carter. Municipal Open Air Theatre, St. Louis Missouri.
513 The Women, 1937 (3 Copies)
By Clare Booth. Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York.
513 Yes, My Darling Daughter, 1937
By Mark Reed. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
513 You Can't Take It With You, 1937
By Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. The Booth Theatre, New York. [The Harris Theatre, Chicago Illinois Playbill inside]
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61 Abe Lincoln in Illinois, 1938
By Robert E. Sherwood. Boston Opera House, Boston Massachusetts.
61 All the Living, 1938 (2 Copies)
By Hardie Albright. Fulton Theatre, New York.
61 American Landscape, 1938
By Elmer Rice. Cort Theatre, New York.
61 Amphitryon 38, 1938
Adapted by S.N. Behrman. Erlanger Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
61 Boys From Syracuse, The, 1938
Music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart, book by George Abbott. Alvin Theatre, New York.
61 Broadway to Hollywood, 1938
By Earl Carroll. Earl Carroll Theatre, Hollywood California.
61 Dame Nature, 1938
By Andre Birabeau. The Booth Theatre, New York.
61 Dollars To Doughnuts, 1938
Book, lyrics, and music by Charles Gaynor. The Civic Theatre, Indianapolis Indiana.
61 Escape This Night, 1938
By Robert Steiner and Leona Heyert. Forty-forth Street Theatre, New York.
61 The Fabulous Invalid, 1938
By Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. Broadhurst Theatre, New York.
61 Father Malachy's Miracle, 1938 (2 Copies)
By Brian Doherty. St. James Theatre, New York.
62 Gloriana, 1938
By Ferdinand Bruckner. Little Theatre, New York.
62 Golden Boy, 1938
By Clifford Odets. Belasco Theatre, New York.
62 Golden Boy, 1938
By Clifford Odets. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
62 Golden Boy, 1938
By Clifford Odets. Harris Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
62 Golden Boy, 1938
By Clifford Odets. Locust Street Theatre, New York.
62 Good Hunting, 1938
By Nathanael West and Joseph Schrank. Hudson Theatre, New York.
62 The Good, 1938
By Chester Erskin. Windsor Theatre, New York.
62 Great Lady, 1938
Book by Earle Crooker and Lowell Brentano, music by Fredrick Loewe, lyrics by Earle Crooker. Majestic Theatre, New York.
62 Hamlet, 1938 (2 Copies)
By William Shakespeare. St. James Theatre, New York.
62 Heartbreak House, 1938
By George Bernard Shaw. Mercury Theatre, New York.
62 Here Comes the Clowns, 1938
By Philip Barry. The Booth Theatre, New York.
62 Hellz-a-Poppin, 1938
Music and lyrics by Sammy Fain and Charles Tobias. Winter Garden, New York.
62 Hooray For What!, 1938
Book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Winter Garden, New York.
63 I Am Different, 1938
By Zoe Akins. Selwyn Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
63 I Am My Youth, 1938
By Ernest Pascal and Edwin Blum. The Playhouse, New York.
63 I'd Rather Be Right, 1938
By George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart, music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Auditorium Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
63 I'd Rather Be Right, 1938
By George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart. Alvin Theatre, New York.
63 I Married An Angel, 1938
Book by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart, lyrics by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, New York.
63 Julius Caesar, 1938
By William Shakespeare. Colonial Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
63 Junior Miss, 1938
By Jerome Chodorov and Joseph Fields. Wilbur Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
63 King Henry IV, 1938
By William Shakespeare. The St. James Theatre, New York.
63 King Henry IV, 1938
By William Shakespeare. The University Theatre, Iowa City Iowa.
63 Kiss the Boys Goodbye, 1938
By Clare Booth. Henry Miller's Theatre, New York.
63 Knickerbocker Holiday, 1938
Book and lyrics by Maxwell Anderson, music by Kurt Weill. Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York.
63 Knights of Song, 1938
By Glendon Allvine. Fifty-first Street Theatre, New York.
64 Laburnum Grove, 1938
By J.B. Priestly. Ascension Parish House, Ipswich Massachusetts.
64 Lorelei, 1938
By Jacques Deval. Longacre Theatre, New York.
64 Madame Capet, 1938
By Marcelle Maurette. Cort Theatre, New York.
64 Missouri Legend, 1938
By E. B. Ginty. The Empire Theatre, New York.
64 On Borrowed Time, 1938
By Paul Osborn. Grand Opera House, Chicago Illinois.
64 On Borrowed Time, 1938
By Paul Osborn. Longacre Theatre, New York.
64 Oscar Wilde, 1938
By Leslie and Sewell Stokes. Fulton Theatre, New York.
64 Our Town, 1938
By Thornton Wilder. Locust Street Theatre, New York.
64 Outward Bound, 1938
By Sutton Vane. Plymouth Theatre, New York.
64 Pins and Needles, 1938
Music and lyrics by Harold J. Rome. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
64 Pride and Prejudice, 1938
By Jane Austen. Woman's Club Auditoria, New York.
65 Rocket To the Moon, 1938
By Clifford Odets. Belasco Theatre, New York.
65 Room Service, 1938
By John Murray and Allen Boretz. Selwyn Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
65 The Sea Gull, 1938
By Anton Chekhov. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, New York.
65 Shadow and Substance, 1938
By Paul Vincent Carroll. John Golden Theatre, New York.
65 Sing Out the News, 1938
Lyrics and music by Harold J. Rome. The Music Box, New York.
65 Spring Meeting, 1938
By M. J. Farrell and John Perry. Morosco Theatre, New York.
65 The Star-Wagon, 1938
By Maxwell Anderson, The Empire Theatre, New York.
65 Sunup To Sundown, 1938
By Francis Edwards Faragoh. Hudson Theatre, New York.
66 Three Waltzes, 1938
By Clare Kummer and Rowland Leigh. Majestic Theatre, New York.
66 Tristan Und Isolde, 1938
Book and music by Richard Wagner. Metropolitan Opera House, New York.
66 Victoria Regina, 1938
By Laurence Housman. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
66 Victoria Regina, 1938
By Laurence Housman. Martin Beck Theatre, New York.
66 Waltz in Goose Step, 1938
By Oliver H. P. Garrett. Hudson Theatre, New York.
66 Washington Jitters, 1938
By John Boruff and Walter Hart. Guild Theatre, New York.
66 Who's Who, 1938
Book by Everett Marcy and Leonard Sillman. Hudson Theatre, New York.
66 The Women, 1938
By Clare Booth. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
66 You Can't Take It With You, 1938
By Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
67 Abe Lincoln in Illinois, 1939 (2 Copies)
By Robert E. Sherwood. The Plymouth Theatre, New York.
67 The American Way, 1939 (2 Copies)
By George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart. The Center Theatre, New York.
67 Broadway To Hollywood, 1939
By Earl Carroll. Earl Carroll's Theatre Restaurant, Hollywood California.
67 Cecilia Loftus, 1939
Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
67 Dear Octopus, 1939
By Dodie Smith. The Broadhurst Theatre, New York.
67 Du Barry Was A Lady, 1939
By Herbert Fields and B. G. De Sylva. Shubert Theatre, New York City.
67 Everywhere I Roam, 1939
By Arnold Sundgaard and Marc Connelly. National Theatre, New York.
68 Family Portrait, 1939
By Lenore Coffee and William Joyce Cowen. Morosco Theatre, New York.
68 Farm of Three Echoes, 1939
By Noel Langley. Cort Theatre, New York.
68 Foreigners, 1939
By Fredrick Lonsdale. Belasco Theatre, New York.
68 Frank Fay's Show, 1939
Shubert Theatre, New York City.
68 George White's Scandals, 1939
Lyrics by Jack Yellen, music by Sammy Fain, dialogue by Matt Brooks, Eddie Davis and George White. Hollywood Theatre, New York.
68 Goodbye Again, 1939
By Allan Scott and George Haight. Shubert Coply TheatreBoston Massachusetts.
68 Hamlet, 1939
By William Shakespeare. Grand Opera House, Chicago Illinois.
68 Hellz-a-Poppin, 1939
Music and lyrics by Sammy Fain and Charles Tobias. Winter Garden, New York.
68 Henry IV, 1939 (2 Copies)
By William Shakespeare, music by Rupert Graves. St. James Theatre, New York.
68 Hot Mikado, 1939
By Hassard Short. The Broadhurst Theatre, New York.
69 I Married an Angel, 1939
Adapted from a play by John Vazary, book by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart. English Theatre, Indianapolis Indiana.
69 I Married An Angel, 1939
Adapted from a play by John Vaszary, book by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart. The Grand Opera House, Chicago Illinois.
69 The Importance of Being Earnest, 1939
By Oscar Wilde. Vanderbilt Theatre, New York.
69 Jane Cowl: The Merchant of Yonkers, 1939 (Playbill Pages Detached)
By Max Reinhardt. Guild Theatre, New York.
69 Jeremiah, 1939
By Stefan Zweig. Guild Theatre, New York.
69 Key Largo, 1939
By Maxwell Anderson. Colonial Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
69 Kiss the Boys Goodbye, 1939
By Clare Boothe. Wilbur Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
69 Knickerbocker Holiday, 1939
Book and lyrics by Maxwell Anderson, music by Kurt Weill [with Walter Huston]. Grand Opera House, Chicago Illinois.
69 Ladies and Gentlemen, 1939
By Charles MacArthur and Ben Hecht. Martin Beck Theatre, New York.
69 Leave It To Me, 1939
By Bella and Samuel Spewack. Auditorium Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
69 Leave It To Me!, 1939 (2 Copies)
, music and lyrics by Cole Porter. The Imperial Theatre, New York.
69 The Little Foxes, 1939 (2 Copies)
By Lilian Hellman. National Theatre, New York.
610 Mamba's Daughters, 1939
By Dorothy and DuBose Heyward. Grand Opera House, Chicago Illinois.
610 The Man Who Came To Dinner, 1939 (2 Copies)
By Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. Harris Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
610 The Man Who Came To Dinner, 1939
By Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. The Music Box, New York.
610 Margin For Error, 1939
By Clare Booth. The Plymouth Theatre, New York.
610 Miss Swan Expects, 1939
By Bella and Samuel Spewack. Cort Theatre, New York.
610 Morning's At Seven, 1939
By Paul Osborn. Longacre Theatre, New York.
610 Morning's At Seven, 1939
By Paul Osborn. Plymouth Theatre, New York.
610 My Dear Children, 1939
By Catherine Turney and Jerry Horwin. Selwyn Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
610 New "Folies Bergere" of 1940, 1939
From the sketches of Freddy Wittop and Erte. El Capitan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
610 Nice Goin', 1939
Music and lyrics by Ralph Ranger and Leo Robin, book by Arthur Sircom. Shubert Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
610 No Time For Comedy, 1939 (3 Copies)
By S. N. Behrman. Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York. [3 copies]
611 Of Mice and Men, 1939
By John Steinbeck. El Capitan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
611 One For the Money, 1939
Sketches and lyrics by Nancy Hamilton, music by Morgan Lewis. The Booth Theatre, New York.
611 Out Town, 1939
By Thorton Wilder. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
611 Our Town, 1939
By Thorton Wilder. Selwyn Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
611 Outward Bound, 1939
By Sutton Vane. The Playhouse, New York.
611 Personal Appearance, 1939
By Laurence Riley. Shubert Copley Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
611 The Philadelphia Story, 1939 (2 Copies)
By Philip Barry. Colonial Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
611 The Philadelphia Story, 1939
By Philip Barry. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, New York.
611 The Primrose Path, 1939
By Robert L. Buckner and Walter Hart. Biltmore Theatre, New York.
611 Pins and Needles, 1939
Music and lyrics by Harold J. Rome. Windsor Theatre, New York.
612 The Sea Gull, 1939
By Anton Chekhov. Erlanger Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
612 Set To Music, 1939
By Noël Coward. Shubert Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
612 Skylark, 1939
By Samson Raphaelson. Shubert Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
612 Springtime For Henry, 1939
By Benn W. Levy. Erlanger Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
612 The Straw Hat Revue, 1939
Music and lyrics by Sylvia Fine and James Shelton. Ambassador Theatre, New York.
612 Three After Three, 1939
Lyrics by Johnny Mercer, music by Hoagy Carmichael. Shubert Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
612 Three Sisters, 1939
By Anton Chekhov. Longacre Theatre, New York.
612 The Time Of Your Life, 1939 (2 Copies)
By William Saroyan. The Booth Theatre, New York.
612 The Time of Your Life, 1939
By William Saroyan. Plymouth Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
612 Tonight at 8:30, 1939
By Noël Coward. Malden Auditorium, Boston Massachusetts.
612 What a Life, 1939
By Clifford Goldsmith. Mansfield Theatre, New York.
612 When We Are Married, 1939
By J.B. Priestly. Wilbur Theatre, New York City.
612 Whiteoaks, 1939
By Mazo De La Roche. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
612 The Woman Brown, 1939
By Dorothy Cumming. Biltmore Theatre, New York.
612 The World's Fairest, 1939
Music and lyrics by Dorcas Cochran and Charles Rossoff. Earl Carroll Theatre Restaurant, Hollywood California.
612 Yokel Boy, 1939
Music and lyrics by Lew Brown, Charlie Tobias, Sam H. Stept. Majestic Theatre, New York.
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71 Abe Lincoln in Illinois, 1940 (2 Copies)
By Robert E. Sherwood. Grand Opera House, Chicago Illinois.
71 All In Fun, 1940
Book by Virginia Faulkner and Everette Marcy, music and lyrics by Baldwin Bergerson, et. al. Shubert Theater, Boston Massachusetts.
71 Baker's Wife, The, 1940
By Jean Giono. World Theatre, New York.
71 Boys and Girls Together, 1940
Lyrics by Jack Yellen, music by Sammy Fain. The Broadhurst Theatre, New York.
71 Charley's Aunt, 1940
By Brandon Thomas. Cort Theatre, New York.
71 Charlot's Revue, 1940
Devised and staged by Andre Charlot. El Capitan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
71 Crazy With the Heat, 1940
Lyrics and music by Irwin Graham. Shubert Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
71 Du Barry Was A Lady, 1940
Music and lyrics by Cole Porter, starring Bert Lahr. English Theatre, Indianapolis Indiana.
71 Du Barry Was A Lady, 1940 (2 Copies)
Music and lyrics by Cole Porter, book by Herbert Fields and B.G. De Silva. Erlanger's Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
71 Du Barry Was A Lady, 1940
Music and lyrics by Cole Porter, book by Herbert Fields and B.G. De Sylva, starring Ethel Merman and Bert Lahr. Forty-Sixth Street Theatre, New York.
72 The Fifth Column, 1940
By Ernest Hemingway. Alvin Theatre, New York.
72 Fledgling, 1940
By Eleanor Carroll Chilton and Philip Lewis. Hudson Theatre, New York.
72 The Flying Gerardos, 1940
By Kenyon Nicholson and Charles Robinson. The Playhouse, New York.
72 Follies Bergere of 1941, 1940
Produced by Clifford C. Fischer. El Capitan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
72 Geneva, 1940
By George Bernard Shaw. Henry Miller's Theatre, New York.
72 George Washington Slept Here, 1940
By George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart. Lyceum Theatre, New York.
72 George Washington Slept Here, 1940
By George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart. Plymouth Theatre, New York.
72 George White's Scandals, 1940
Lyrics by Jack Yellen, music by Sammy Fain. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
72 The Ghost Flies South, 1940
By Frederick Jackson. Brattle Hall, Cambridge Massachusetts.
72 Hellz-a-Poppin, 1940
Book by Olsen and Johnson, music and lyrics by Sammy Fain and Charles Tobias. Winter Garden, New York.
72 Higher and Higher, 1940
Lyrics by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers, book by Gladys Hurlburt and Joshua Logan. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, New York.
72 Hit and Run, 1940
By Gene Stone, Jack Robinson, Rowland Leigh, Robey, Charles Marion and Les Carson, music by Al Sherman and Werner Heyman, lyrics by Dorris Meyer, directed by Kurt Robitschek. Mayan Theatre, California.
72 Hi Ya, Gentlemen, 1940
Book by John Monks, Jr., Fred F. Finklehoffe, and Sid Silvers, music by Johnny Green, lyrics by Harold Adamson. Colonial Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
72 Hold On To Your Hats, 1940 (2 Copies)
Lyrics by E. Y. Harburg, music by Burton Lane, book by Guy Bolton, Matt Brooks, and Eddie Davis. Grand Opera House, Chicago Illinois.
73 An International Incident, 1940
By Vincent Sheean. Ethel Barrymore, New York.
73 It Happens On Ice, 1940
Featuring Joe Cook. Center Theatre, Rockefeller Center, New York.
73 Keep Off the Grass, 1940
Music by James McHugh, lyrics by Al Dubin. The Broadhurst Theatre, New York.
73 Key Largo, 1940
By Maxwell Anderson. Ethel Barrymore, New York.
73 Ladies in Retirement, 1940 (3 Copies)
By Deward Percy and Reginald Denham. Henry Miller's Theatre, New York.
73 Ladies In Retirement, 1940
By Edward Percy and Reginald Denham. Wilbur Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
73 Lady in Waiting, 1940
By Margery Sharp. Harris Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
73 Lady in Waiting, 1940
By Margery Sharp. Martin Beck Theatre, New York.
73 Lady in Waiting, 1940
By Margery Sharp. Wilbur Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
73 Lady in the Dark, 1940
By Moss Hart, lyrics by Ira Gershwin, music by Kurt Weill. The Colonial Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
73 Life With Father, 1940 (2 Copies)
By Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Blackstone Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
73 Life With Father, 1940
By Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. The New England Town Hall, Boston Massachusetts.
73 Liliom, 1940
By Ferenc Mohar. Forty-Fourth Street Theatre, New York.
73 The Little Foxes, 1940
By Lillian Hellman. Selwyn Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
73 The Lost Waltz, 1940
Music by Robert Stolz, libretto by William A. Drake, lyrics by Dailey Paskman. The Municipal Opera [Open Air] Theatre At Forest Park, St. Louis Missouri.
73 Louisiana Purchase, 1940
Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin, book by Morrie Ryskind. The Imperial Theatre, New York.
73 Louisiana Purchase, 1940
Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin, book by Morrie Ryskind. Shubert Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
73 Love's Old Sweet Song, 1940
By William Saroyan. The Plymouth Theatre, New York.
74 The Male Animal, 1940
By James Thurber and Elliott Nugent. Cort Theatre, New York.
74 The Man Who Came To Dinner, 1940
By Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
74 The Man Who Came To Dinner, 1940
By Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. Cass Theatre, Detroit Michigan.
74 The Man Who Came To Dinner, 1940
By Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. The Music Box, New York.
74 The Man Who Killed Lincoln, 1940
Dramatized by Elmer Harris and Philip Van Doren Stern from the book by Philip Van Doren Stern. Longacre Theatre, New York.
74 Margin For Error, 1940
By Clare Boothe. Plymouth Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
74 Mary's Little Lamb, 1940
By Aristide D'Angelo and Mary McGowan. Provincetown Playhouse, New York.
74 Meet the People, 1940
Staged by Danny Dare, lyrics by Henry Myers, music by Jay Gorney. Grand Opera House, Chicago Illinois.
74 My Dear Children, 1940 (2 Copies)
By Catherine Turney and Jerry Horwin, starring John Barrymore. Belasco Theatre, New York.
74 Night of Love, 1940
By Lili Hatvany, music by Robert Stole, lyrics by Rowland Leigh. Shubert Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
74 Oscar Wilde, 1940
By Leslie and Sewell Stokes. El Capitan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
74 Panama Hattke, 1940
Book by Herbert Fields and B.G. DeSylva, music and lyrics by Cole Porter. Shubert Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
74 The Philadelphia Story, 1940 (2 Copies)
By Philip Barry. Erlanger's Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
74 Pygmalion, 1940 (2 Copies)
By George Bernard Shaw. Harris Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
75 Quiet Please, 1940
By F. Hugh Herbert and Hans Kraly. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
75 Quiet Please, 1940
By F. Hugh Herbert and Hans Kraly. Guild Theatre, New York.
75 Retreat To Pleasure, 1940
By Irwin Shaw. Belasco Theatre, New York.
75 Return Engagement, 1940
By Lawrence Riley. Copley Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
75 Reunion In New York, 1940
Music by Andre Singer and Werner Michel. Little Theatre, New York.
75 Romeo and Juliet, 1940 (2 Copies)
By William Shakespeare. Fifty First Street Theatre, New York.
75 The Streets of Paris, 1940
Music by Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Al Dubin. Grand Opera House, Chicago Illinois.
75 Suzanna and the Elders, 1940
By Lawrence Langner and Armina Marshall. Morosco Theatre, New York.
76 There Shall Be No Night, 1940
By Robert E. Sherwood. The Grand Opera House, Chicago Illinois.
76 The Time of Your Life, 1940
By William Saroyan. Guild Theatre, New York.
76 Too Many Girls, 1940
Music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart, book by George Marion Jr. The Broadway Theatre, New York.
76 Twelfth Night, 1940 (2 Copies)
By William Shakespeare. St. James Theatre, New York.
76 Twelfth Night, 1940
By William Shakespeare. Colonial Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
76 Two for the Show, 1940
Sketches and lyrics by Nancy Hamilton, music by Morgan Lewis. The Booth Theatre, New York.
76 The White-Haired Boy, 1940
By Charles Martin and Beatrice Kaufman. The Plymouth Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
76 The World Of Pleasure, 1940
Directed and produced by Earl Carroll, lyrics and music by Dorcas Cochran and Charles Rossoff. Earl Carroll Theatre Restaurant, Los Angeles California.
76 Young Couple Wanted, 1940
By Arthur Wilmurt. Maxine Elliott's Theatre, New York.
77 Anne of England, 1941
By Mary Cass Canfield and Ethel Borden. St. James Theatre, New York.
77 Arsenic and Old Lace, 1941
By Joseph Kesselring. Fulton Theatre, New York.
77 Arsenic and Old Lace, 1941
By Joseph Kesselring. Plymouth Theatr, eBoston Massachusetts.
77 Banjo Eyes, 1941
Book by Quillan and Elinson, music by Vernon Duke, lyrics by John Larouche. Hollywood Theatre, New York.
77 The Beautiful People, 1941
Words by Dorothy Terris, music by Paul Whiteman and Ferde Grofe. Lyceum Theatre, New York.
77 Best Foot Forward, 1941
By John Cecil Holm. Music and lyrics by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane. Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York.
77 Blithe Spirit, 1941
By Noël Coward. Wilbur Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
77 Brooklyn Biarritz, 1941
By Beatrice Alliot and Howard Newman. Royale Theatre, New York.
77 Cabin in the Sky, 1941
Book by Lynn Root, lyrics by John Latouche, music by Vernon Duke. Colonial Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
77 Cabin in the Sky, 1941
Book by Lynn Root, lyrics by John Latouche, music by Vernon Duke. Martin Beck Theatre, New York.
77 Cabin in the Sky, 1941
Book by Lynn Root, lyrics by John Latouche, music by Vernon Duke. Philharmonic Auditorium, Los Angeles California.
77 Cabin in the Sky, 1941
Book by Lynn Root, lyrics by John Latouche, music by Vernon Duke. The Selwyn Theatre, New York.
77 Chills and Fever, 1941
By Harlan Thompson. Wilbur Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
77 Clash by Night, 1941
By Clifford Odets. Belasco Theatre, New York.
77 Claudia, 1941
By Rose Franken. The Booth Theatre, New York.
77 Claudia, 1941
By Rose Franken. Selwyn Theatre, New York.
77 The Corn is Green, 1941
By Emlyn Williams. Royale Theatre, New York.
77 The Cream in the Well, 1941
By Lynn Riggs. The Booth Theatre, New York.
77 Cuckoos on the Hearth, 1941
By Parker W. Fennelly. Morosco Theatre, New York.
78 The Days of Our Youth, 1941
By Frank Gabrielson. The Studio Theatre, New York.
78 Diana of Dobsons, 1941
By Cicely Hamilton. Jordan Hall, Boston Massachusetts.
78 The Doctor's Dilemma, 1941
By Bernard Shaw. Grand Opera House, Chicago Illinois.
78 The Doctor's Dilemma, 1941
By Bernard Shaw. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, New York.
78 The Doctor's Dilemma, 1941
By Bernard Shaw. Shubert Theatre, New York.
78 Family Portrait, 1941
By Lenore Coffee and William Joyce Cowen. The Junior Laboratory Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
78 Flight to the West, 1941
By Elmer Rice. Guild Theatre, New York.
78 Fun For the Money, 1941
By Charles Sherman, music by Franz Steininger, lyrics by Froman Brown. Hollywood Playhouse, Los Angeles California.
78 Hellzapoppin, 1941
Book by Olsen and Johnson, music and lyrics by Sammy Fain and Charles Tobias. The Biltmore Theatre, New York.
78 Hope for a Harvest, 1941
By Sophie Treadwell. Guild Theatre, New York.
78 Her Cardboard Lover, 1941
By Jacques Deval. New Brighton Theatre, New York.
78 Jump for Joy, 1941
Music by Duke Ellington and Hal Borne, lyrics by Paul Webster. Mayan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
78 Junior Miss, 1941
By Jerome Chodorov and Joseph Fields. The Lyceum Theatre, New York.
79 Lady in the Dark, 1941
By Moss Hart, lyrics by Ira Gershwin, music by Kurt Well. Alvin Theatre, New York.
79 Ladies of The Jury, 1941
Former Broadway hit by Fred Ballard, directed by Leonard De Menna. The Belfry Players on Geneva Lake, Williams Bay Wisconsin.
79 The Lady Who Came to Stay, 1941
By Kenneth White. Maxine Elliott's Theatre, New York.
79 Let's Face It!, 1941
Book by Herbert and Dorothy Fields, music and lyrics by Cole Porter. Colonial Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
79 Letter's to Lucerne, 1941
By Fritz Rotter and Allen Vincent. Plymouth Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
79 Liberty Jones, 1941
By Philip Barry, music by Paul Bowles. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, New York.
79 Life With Father, 1941
By Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. The Empire Theatre, New York.
79 Louisiana Purchase, 1941 (3 Copies)
Book by Morrie Ryskind, music and lyrics by Irving Berlin. Erlanger Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
79 Macbeth, 1941
By William Shakespeare. Colonial Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
79 The Male Animal, 1941
By James Thurber and Elliott Nugent. Brattle Hall, Cambridge Massachusetts.
79 The Male Animal, 1941
By James Thurber and Elliott Nugent. El Capitan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
79 The Man Who Came to Dinner, 1941
By Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. Colonial Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
79 The Man Who Came to Dinner, 1941
By Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. El Capitan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
79 The Man Who Came to Dinner, 1941
By Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. The Music Box, New York.
79 Meet the People, 1941
Lyrics by Henry Myers, music by Jay Gorney. Mansfield Theatre, New York.
79 Meet the People, 1941
Lyrics by Henry Myers, music by Jay Gorney. Shubert Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
79 Mr. and Mrs. North, 1941
By Owen Davis. Belasco Theatre, New York.
79 My Sister Eileen, 1941
By Joseph Fields and Jerome Chodorov. Biltmore Theatre, New York.
79 My Sister Eileen, 1941 (2 Copies)
By Joseph Fields and Jerome Chodorov. Harris Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
79 My Sister Eileen, 1941
By Joseph Fields and Jerome Chodorov. Wilbur Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
710 Native Son, 1941
By Paul Green and Richard Wright. St. James Theatre, New York.
710 The Night Before Christmas, 1941
By Laura and S.J. Perelman. Morosco Theatre, New York.
710 No Time For Comedy, 1941
By S.N. Behrman. Brattle Hall, Cambridge Massachusetts.
710 Nurse Edith Cavell, 1941
By C.S. Forester. New England Conservatory of Music Recital Hall, Boston Massachusetts.
710 Old Acquaintance, 1941
By John Van Druten. Morosco Theatre, New York.
710 Pal Joey, 1941
Book by John O'Hara, music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York.
710 Pal Joey, 1941
Book by John O'Hara, music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, New York.
710 Pal Joey, 1941
Book by John O'Hara, music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Shubert Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
710 Panama Hattie, 1941 (2 Copies)
Book by Herbert Fields and B.G. De Sylva, music and lyrics by Cole Porter. Forty-Sixth Street Theatre, New York.
710 Papa Is All, 1941
By Patterson Greene. Harris Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
710 Papa Is All, 1941
By Patterson Greene. Wilbur Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
710 Ruth Draper and Paul Draper, 1941
Plymouth Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
710 Silver Screen, 1941
By John Murray Anderson. The New Wilshire Bowl Restaurant Theatre, Los Angeles California.
710 Something to Shout About, 1941
Lyrics and music by Ray Gilbert and Robert O'Brien. Earl Carroll Theatre-Restaurant, Los Angeles California.
710 Sons O' Fun, 1941
Dialogue and fun by Olsen and Johnson, music and lyrics by Sam E. Fain and Jack Yellen. The Shubert Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
710 Sunny River, 1941
Book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein, music by Sigmund Romberg. St. James Theatre, New York.
711 The Talley Method, 1941
By S.N. Behrman. Plymouth Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
711 Theatre, 1941
By Guy Bolton and Somerset Maugham. Harris Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
711 They Can't Get You Down, 1941
By Henry Meyers, Edward Eliscu and Jay Gorney. Hollywood Music Box, Los Angeles California.
711 They Walk Alone, 1941
By Max Catto. John Golden Theatre, New York.
711 Twelfth Night, 1941 (2 Copies)
By William Shakespeare. Erlanger Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
711 Village Craven, 1941
By Carl Allensworth. Great Northern Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
711 Village Craven, 1941
By Carl Allensworth. Henry Miller's Theatre, New York.
711 Watch on the Rhine, 1941
By Lillian Hellman. Colonial TheatreBoston Massachusetts.
711 Watch on the Rhine, 1941 (2 Copies; Different Covers)
By Lillian Hellman. Martin Beck Theatre, New York.
711 The Wookey, 1941
By Frederick Hazlitt Brennan. The Plymouth Theatre, New York.
711 You Can't Take It With You, 1941
By Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. The Red Barn Theatre, Westboro Massachusetts.
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81 Angel Street, 1942
By Patrick Hamilton. Harris Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
81 Angel Street, 1942 (2 Copies)
By Patrick Hamilton. Jogn Golden Theatre, New York.
81 Arsenic and Old Lace, 1942 (3 Copies, 1 with Different Cover)
By Joseph Kesselring. Fulton Theatre, New York.
81 Beat the Band, 1942 (2 Copies Each; Different Covers)
Book by George Marion, Jr., and George Abbott, music by Johnny Green, lyrics by George Marion, Jr. Forty-Sixth Street Theatre, New York.
81 Best Foot Forward, 1942 (2 Copies)
Book by John Cecil Holm, music and lyrics by Hugh Marin and Ralph Blane. Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York.
81 Blackouts of 1942, 1942
By unknown author. El Capitan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
81 Blithe Spirit, 1942 (2 Copies)
By Noël Coward. Morosco Theatre, New York.
81 Blithe Spirit, 1942
By Noël Coward. Selwyn Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
81 By Jupiter, 1942
Book by Rodgers and Hart, lyrics by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, New York.
82 Café Crown, 1942
By H.S. Kraft. Cort Theatre, New York.
82 Candida, 1942
By Bernard Shaw. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, New York.
82 Claudia, 1942
By Rose Franken. The Biltmore, Los Angeles California.
82 Claudia, 1942
By Rose Franken. The Booth Theatre, New York.
82 Claudia, 1942
By Rose Franken. Selwyn Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
82 The Corn Is Green, 1942
By Emlyn Williams, directed by Mr. Shumlin. The Harris Theatre, Chicago, Illinois.
82 Count Me In, 1942
Book by Walter Kerr and Leo Brady, music and lyrics by Ann Ronell. Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York.
82 Cry Havoc, 1942
By Allan Kenward. Music Box Theatre, Los Angeles California.
82 The Damask Cheek, 1942
By John Van Druten and Lloyd Morris. The Playhouse, New York.
82 The Doughgirls, 1942
By Joseph Fields. Lyceum Theatre, New York.
82 The Eve of St. Mark, 1942
By Maxwell Anderson. The Cort Theatre, New York.
83 Good Night Ladies, 1942 (4 Copies; 2 Covers)
By Cyrus Wood. Blackstone Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
83 The Great Big Doorstep, 1942
By Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett. Morosco Theatre, New York.
83 The Green Table, 1942
By Kurt Jooss, music by Frederick Cohen. St. James Theatre, New York.
83 Guest In the House, 1942
By Hagar Wilde and Dale Eunson. The Plymouth Theatre, New York.
83 Headliners of '42, 1942
By unknown author. Grand Opera House, Chicago Illinois.
83 Hello Out There, 1942
By William Saroyan. Belasco Theatre, New York.
83 Homecoming, 1942
By Edward Peyton Harris. Provincetown Playhouse, New York City.
83 I Killed the Count, 1942
By Alec Coppel. Cort Theatre, New York.
84 Janie, 1942
By Josephine Bentham and Herschel Williams. Henry Miller's Theatre, New York.
84 Jason, 1942
(Navy Relief Benefit) by Samson Raphaelson. Brattle Hall, Cambridge Massachusetts.
84 Jason, 1942
(Navy Relief Benefit) by Samson Raphaelson. Chapel Theatre, Long Island New York.
84 Junior Miss, 1942 (2 Copies)
By Jerome Chodorov and Joseph Fields. Harris Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
84 Junior Miss, 1942
By Jerome Chodorov and Joseph Fields. Lyceum Theatre, New York.
84 Kind Lady, 1942
By Edward Choderov. Leland Power's School of Theatre and Radio, Brookline Massachusetts.
84 Lady in the Dark, 1942
By Moss Hart, lyrics by Ira Gershwin, music by Kurt Well. Alvin Theatre, New York.
84 Let's Face It!, 1942 (2 Copies)
Book by Herbert and Dorothy Fields, lyrics and music by Cole Porter. The Imperial Theatre, New York.
84 Life With Father, 1942
By Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. The Empire Theatre, New York.
84 Lifeline, 1942
By Norman Armstrong. Belasco Theatre, New York.
84 Little Darling, 1942
By Eric Hatch. Biltmore Theatre, New York.
84 Lohengrin, 1942
Book and music by Richard Wagner. Metropolitan Opera House, New York.
85 Macbeth, 1942 (2 Copies)
By William Shakespeare. National Theatre, New York.
85 The Moon is Down, 1942
By John Steinbeck. Plymouth Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
85 The Morning Star, 1942
By Emlyn Williams. Morosco Theatre, New York.
85 Mr. Sycamore, 1942
By Ketti Frings. Guild Theatre, New York.
85 My Sister Eileen, 1942
By Joseph Fields and Jerome Chodorov. Biltmore Theatre, New York.
85 My Sister Eileen, 1942
By Joseph Fields and Jerome Chodorov. Harris Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
85 Panama Hattie, 1942
Book by Herbert Fields and B.G. De Sylva, music and lyrics by Cole Porter. The Erlanger Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
85 Panama Hattie, 1942 (Front and Back Pages Detached)
Book by Herbert Fields and B.G. De Sylva, music and lyrics by Cole Porter. Forty-Sixth Street Theatre, New York.
85 Papa Is All, 1942
By Patterson Greene. Guild Theatre, New York.
85 Personal Island, 1942
By Pauline Williams. Brattle Hall, Cambridge Massachusetts.
85 The Pirate, 1942
By S.N. Behrman. Colonial Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
85 Porgy and Bess, 1942
Book by DuBose Hayward, music by George Gershwin, lyrics by DuBose Hayward and Ira Gershwin. Majestic Theatre, New York.
85 Porgy and Bess, 1942
Book by DuBose Hayward, music by George Gershwin, lyrics by DuBose Hayward and Ira Gershwin. The Studebaker Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
85 Priorities of 1942, 1942
Music and lyrics by Marjery Fielding and Charls Barnes. Erlanger Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
85 Priorities of 1942, 1942
Music and lyrics by Marjery Fielding and Charls Barnes. Forty-Sixth Street Theatre, New York.
86 The Rivals, 1942
By Richard Brinsly Sheridan. The Boston Opera House, Boston Massachusetts.
86 The Rivals, 1942
By Richard Brinsly Sheridan. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, New York.
86 Rosalinda, 1942
Music by Johann Strauss, lyrics by Paul Kerby. Forty-Fourth Street Theatre, New York.
86 Show Time, 1942
Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
86 Show Time, 1942
Broadhurst Theatre, New York.
86 The Skin Of Our Teeth, 1942
By Thornton Wilder. The Plymouth Theatre, New York.
86 Sons O' Fun, 1942 (2 Copies; Different Covers)
By Ole Olsen and Chic Johnson, songs by Jack Yellen and Sam E. Fain. Winter Garden, New York.
86 Spring Again, 1942
By Isabel Leighton and Bertram Bloch. Henry Miller's Theatre, New York.
86 Spring Again, 1942
By Isabel Leighton and Bertram Bloch. Selwyn Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
86 Star and Garter, 1942
By Michael Todd. The Music Box, New York.
86 Strip For Action, 1942
By Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. National Theatre, New York.
86 The Sun Field, 1942
By Milton Lazarus. Biltmore Theatre, New York.
86 Sweet Charity, 1942
By Irving Berlin and Manuel Seff. Mansfield Theatre, New York.
86 Swing Shift Revels, 1942
By Matt Kalb. Abbott's Music Box Theatre, Los Angeles California.
87 Theatre, 1942
By Guy Bolton and Somerset Maugham. Hudson Theatre, New York.
87 They Can't Get You Down, 1942
By Henry Myers, Edward Eliscu, and Jay Gorney. The Studebaker Theatre, New York.
87 This Is The Army, 1942
Lyrics and music by Irving Berlin, directed by Staff Sgt. Ezra Stone. The Broadway Theatre, New York.
87 The Time, The Place and the Girl, 1942
By Will M. Hough, Frank R. Adams, and Joe Harvard, lyrics by William B. Mansfield Theatre, New York.
87 Top-Notchers, 1942
By unknown author. Forty-Fourth Street Theatre, New York City.
87 Uncle Harry, 1942
By Thomas Job. The Broadhurst Theatre, New York.
87 Under This Roof, 1942
By Herbert B. Ehrmann. Plymouth Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
87 Vickie, 1942
By S.M. Herzig. The Plymouth Theatre, New York.
87 Watch On the Rhine, 1942 (2 Copies)
By Lillian Hellman. Grand Opera House, Chicago Illinois.
87 Watch On the Rhine, 1942
By Lillian Hellman. Martin Beck Theatre, New York.
87 Winter Soldiers, 1942
By Dan James. The Studio Theatre of the New School For Social Research, New York City.
87 Without Love, 1942
By Philip Barry. Colonial Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
87 The Wookey, 1942
By Frederick Hazlitt Brennan. The Plymouth Theatre, New York.
87 Yankee Point, 1942
By Gladys Hurlbut. Longacre Theatre, New York.
88 The Army Play by Play, 1943
By John Golden. Studebaker Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
88 Arsenic and Old Lace, 1943
By Joseph Kesselring. Shubert-Lafayette Theatre, New York.
88 Ask My Friend Sally, 1943
By Stanley Young. Biltmore Theatre, New York.
88 The Barber Had Two Sons, 1943
By Thomas Duggan and James Hogan. The Geary Theatre, San Francisco California.
88 Big Time, 1943
Music by Ed Wynn, Mayan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
88 Blackouts of 1943, 1943
By Ken Murry. El Capitan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
88 Blithe Spirit, 1943
By Noël Coward. Studebaker Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
88 The Corn is Green, 1943
By Emlyn Williams. Martin Beck Theatre, New York.
88 The Corn is Green, 1943
By Emlyn Williams. Studebaker Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
88 Counselor-At-Law, 1943
By Elmer Rice. Royale Theatre, New York.
88 Cry Havoc, 1943
By Allan R. Kenward. Hartman Theatre, Columbus Ohio.
88 Dark Eyes, 1943 (2 Copies; Different Covers)
By Elena Miramova. Belasco Theatre, New York.
88 The Doughgirls, 1943
By Joseph Fields. Lyceum Theatre, New York.
88 The Doughgirls, 1943
By Joseph Fields. Selwyn Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
89 Early to Bed, 1943
Book and lyrics by George Marion, Jr., music by Thomas Waller. The Broadhurst Theatre, New York.
89 Extravaganza, 1943 (2 Copies)
Music and lyrics by Dave Oppenheim and Roy Ingraham. Florentine Gardens, Hollywood California.
89 The Gentle People, 1943
By Irwin Shaw. Jacoby Playhouse, New York.
89 Gypsy Baron, 1943
Book by Edwin Justus Mayer and George Marion, Jr., musical adaptations and lyrics by Ann Ronell, music by Johann Strauss. Philharmonic Auditorium, Hollywood California.
89 Harriet, 1943
By Florence Ryerson and Colin Clements. Henry Miller's Theatre, New York.
89 Horror Tonight, 1943
By H.M.Harwood, Tennyson Jesse, and others. Belasco Theatre, Hollywood California.
89 Janie, 1943
By Josephine Bentham and Herschel Williams. The Playhouse, New York.
89 Kiss and Tell, 1943 (3 Copies)
by F. Hugh Herbert. Harris Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
89 Kiss and Tell, 1943
by F. Hugh Herbert. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
89 Kiss and Tell, 1943
by F. Hugh Herbert. Biltmore Theatre, New York.
89 Kiss and Tell, 1943
by F. Hugh Herbert. Locust Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
810 Lady in the Dark, 1943 (3 Copies)
By Moss Hart, lyrics by Ira Gershwin, music by Kurt Weill. Civic Opera House, Chicago Illinois.
810 Land of Fame, 1943
By Albert and Mary Bein. Belasco Theatre, New York.
810 Laugh Time, 1943
Presented by Paul Small and Fred Finklehoffe. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
810 Manhattan Nocturn, 1943 (2 Copies)
By Roy Walling. Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
810 Men in Shadow, 1943
By Mary Hayley Ball. Morosco Theatre, New York.
810 The Merry Widow, 1943
Music by Franz Lehar, book by Sidney Sheldon and Ben Roberts, lyrics by Adrian Ross. Majestic Theatre, New York.
810 Mexican Hayride, 1943
Book by Herbert and Dorothy Fields, music and lyrics by Cole Porter. Winter Garden Theatre, New York.
811 Naked Genius, 1943
By Gypsy Rose Lee. The Plymouth Theatre, New York.
811 A New Life, 1943
By Elmer Rice. Royale Theatre, New York.
811 The New Meet the People, 1943
Book, lyrics and music by Henry Myers, Edward Eliscu and Jay Gorney. Assistance League Playhouse, Los Angeles California.
811 Nine Girls, 1943
By Wilfrid H. Pettitt. Longacre Theatre, New York.
811 Oklahoma!, 1943
Music by Richard Rodgers. Book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd. Erlanger Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
811 Oklahoma!, 1943
Music by Richard Rodgers. Book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd. St. James Theatre, New York.
811 One Touch of Venus, 1943
Shubert Theatre, New York.
811 The Patriots, 1943
By Sidney Kingsley. National Theatre, New York.
811 The Pirate, 1943 (2 Copies)
By S.N. Behrman. Martin Beck Theatre, New York.
811 Porgy and Bess, 1943
Music by George Gershwin, book by DuBose Heyward, lyrics by Mr. Gershwin and Mr. Heyward. New York City Center, New York.
811 Private Lives, 1943
By Noël Coward. Erlanger Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
812 Richard III, 1943
By William Shakespeare. Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
812 Rosalinda, 1943
Music by Johann Strauss. Forty Fourth Street Theatre, New York.
812 The Russian People, 1943
By Clifford Odets. Guild Theatre, New York.
812 The Skin of our Teeth, 1943 (3 Copies; Different Covers)
By Thornton Wilder. The Plymouth Theatre, New York.
812 The Snark Was A Boojum, 1943
By Owen Davis. Forty-Eighth Street Theatre, New York.
812 The Snark Was A Boojum, 1943
By Owen Davis. Shubert Street Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
812 Something For the Boys, 1943 (2 Copies)
Book by Herbert and Dorothy Fields, music and lyrics by Cole Porter. Alvin Theatre, New York.
812 Sons and Soldiers, 1943
By Irwin Shaw. Morosco Theatre, New York.
812 Star and Garter, 1943
By Michael Todd. The Music Box, New York.
813 This is the Army, 1943 (2 Copies)
Lyrics and music by Irving Berlin. Civic Opera House, Chicago Illinois.
813 Three is a Family, 1943
By Phoebe and Henry Ephron. The Civic Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
813 Three is a Family, 1943
By Phoebe and Henry Ephron. Longacre Theatre, New York.
813 Tomorrow the World, 1943
By James Gow and Arnaud d'Usseau. Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York.
813 Tomorrow the World, 1943
By James Gow and Arnaud d'Usseau. Selwyn Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
813 A Tropical Revue, 1943
Presented by S. Hurok with Katherine Dunham and her Company. The Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
813 A Tropical Revue, 1943
Presented by S. Hurok with Katherine Dunham and her Company. Martin Beck Theatre, New York.
813 The Vagabond King, 1943
Music by Rudolf Friml, book and lyrics by Brian Hooker. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, New York.
814 Winged Victory, 1943
By Moss Hart. Forty-Fourth Theatre, New York.
814 Without Love, 1943
By Philip Barry. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
814 Without Love, 1943
By Philip Barry. St. James Theatre, New York.
814 The World's Full of Girls, 1943
By Nunnally Johnson. Royale Theatre, New York.
814 You Can't Take it With You, 1943
By Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. The Erlanger Theatre, New York.
814 Yours For Fun, 1943
A variety revue. Music Box Theatre, Hollywood California.
814 Ziegfeld Follies, 1943
Lyrics by Jack Yellen, music by Ray Henderson. Winter Garden, New York.
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91 Angel Street, 1944
By Patrick Hamilton. John Golden Theatre, New York.
91 Anna Lucasta, 1944 (3 Copies; Different Covers)
By Philip Yordan. Mansfield Theatre, New York.
91 Arsenic and Old Lace, 1944
By Joseph Kesselring. The Locust Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
91 A Bell for Adrano, 1944
By Paul Osborn. Cort Theatre, New York.
91 Blithe Spirit, 1944
By Noël Coward. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
91 Blithe Spirit, 1944
By Noël Coward. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
91 Bloomer Girl, 1944
Music by Harold Arlen, lyrics by E. Y. Harburg, book by Sig Herzig and Fred Saidy. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, New York.
91 Bright Boy, 1944
By Lt. John Boruff, U.S.N.R. The Playhouse, New York.
92 Carmen Jones, 1944 (3 Copies)
By Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, music by Georges Bizet. The Broadway Theatre, New York.
92 Carmen Jones, 1944
By Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, music by Georges Bizet. The Erlanger Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
92 Catherine Was Great, 1944
By Mae West. Royale Theatre, New York.
92 Catherine Was Great, 1944
By Mae West. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, New York.
92 The Cherry Orchard, 1944 (2 Copies; Different Covers)
By Chekhov, translated by Irina Skariatina. National Theatre, New York.
92 Chicken Every Sunday, 1944
By Julius J. And Philip G. Epstein. The Plymouth Theatre, New York.
92 A Connecticut Yankee, 1944
Book by Herbert Fields, music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart. The Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
92 Cuando el Corazon Quiere, 1944
By Rolando Barrera. The New York Times Theatre, New York City.
93 Dark Eyes, 1944
By Elena Miramova. Bucks County Playhouse, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
93 The Day Will Come, 1944
By Leo Birinski. National Theatre, New York.
93 Dear Ruth, 1944
By Norman Krasna. Henry Miller's Theatre, New York.
93 Decision, 1944
By Edward Chodorov. Ambassador Theatre, New York.
93 Decision, 1944
By Edward Chodorov. Belasco Theatre, New York.
93 Dream With Music, 1944
Book by Sidney Sheldon, Dorothy Kilgallen, and Ben Roberts, music by Clay Warnick, lyrics by Edward Eager. The Majestic Theatre, New York.
93 Embezzled Heaven, 1944
By L. Bush-Fekete and Mary Helen Fay. National Theatre, New York.
93 Father's Day, 1944
By Oliver Hailey. Huntington Hartford Theatre, Hollywood California.
93 Felix Young's 8:40 Revue, 1944
Music and lyrics by Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler, and others. Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles California.
93 Follow the Girls, 1944
Book by Guy Bolton and Eddie Davis, lyrics and music by Dan Shapiro, Milton Pascal, and Phil Charig. New Century Theatre, New York.
94 Good Morning Corporal, 1944
By Milton Herbert Gropper and Joseph Shalleck. The Playhouse, New York.
94 A Goose For the Gander, 1944
By Harold J. Kennedy. Bucks County Playhouse, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
94 Hand in Glove, 1944
By Charles K. Freeman and Gerald Savory. Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
94 Harriet, 1944
By Florence Ryerson and Colin Clements. Henry Miller's Theatre, New York.
94 Harvey, 1944
By Mary Chase. Forty-Eighth Street Theatre, New York.
94 Helen Goes to Troy, 1944
By Max Reinhardt, music by Jacques Offenbach, lyrics by Herbert Baker. Alvin Theatre, New York.
94 Henry V, 1944
By William Shakespeare. The Little Theatre, New York.
94 Hickory Stick, 1944
By Frederick Stephani and Murray Burnett. Mansfield Theatre, New York.
94 A Highland Fling, 1944
By Margaret Curtis. The Plymouth Theatre, New York.
94 In Bed We Cry, 1944
By Ilka Chase. Belasco Theatre, New York.
94 I Remember Mama, 1944 (3 Copies)
By John Van Druten. The Music Box, New York.
95 Jacobowsky and the Colonel, 1944
By Franz Werfel. Martin Beck Theatre, New York.
95 Janie, 1944
By Josephine Bentham and Herschel Williams. Mansfield Theatre, New York.
95 The Late George Apley, 1944 (2 Copies)
By John P. Marquand and George S. Kaufman. Lyceum Theatre, New York.
95 Let Us Be Gay, 1944
By Rachel Crothers. The Bucks County Playhouse, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
95 Lightnin, 1944
By Winchell Smith and Frank Bacon. [with Fred Stone] Bucks County Playhouse, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
95 Lovers and Friends, 1944 (2 Copies; Different Covers)
By Dodie Smith. The Plymouth Theatre, New York.
95 Lower North, 1944
By Martin Bidwell. Belasco Theatre, New York.
96 The Man Who Came To Dinner, 1944
By Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. The Bucks County Playhouse, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
96 Men to the Sea, 1944
By Herbert Kubly. National Theatre, New York.
96 Mexican Hayride, 1944
By Herbert and Dorothy Fields, music and lyrics by Cole Porter. Winter Garden, New York.
96 My Sister Eileen, 1944
By Joseph Fields and Jerome Chodorov. Casino Theatre, Newport Rhode Island.
96 Oklahoma!, 1944
Music by Richard Rodgers, book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd. St. James Theatre, New York.
96 One Touch of Venus, 1944 (2 Copies)
Music by Kurt Well, lyrics by Ogden Nash, book by S.J. Perelman and Mr. Nash. Forty-Sixth Street Theatre, New York.
96 Othello, 1944 (2 Copies)
By William Shakespeare. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, New York.
96 Our Town, 1944
By Thornton Wilder [with Marc Connelly and Martha Scott]. New York City Center Of Music And Drama, New York.
96 Over Twenty-One, 1944 (3 Copies)
By Ruth Gordon. The Music Box, New York.
97 The Patriots, 1944
By Sidney Kingsley [with Walter Hampden]. The Walnut Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
97 Peepshow, 1944
By Ernest Pascal. Fulton Theatre, New York.
97 The Perfect Marriage, 1944
By Samson Raphaelson. Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York.
97 The Perfect Marriage, 1944
By Samson Raphaelson. The Shubert Theatre, New Haven Connecticut.
97 The Pirates of Penzance, 1944
By Gilbert and Sullivan. The Civic Theatre, Indianapolis Indiana.
97 Polonaise, 1944
By Gottfried Reingardt and Anthony Veiller. Alvin Theatre, New York.
97 Porgy and Bess, 1944
By George Gershwin, libretto by DuBose Heyward, lyrics by Mr. Heyward and Ira Gershwin. Shubert Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
97 Ramshackle Inn, 1944 (2 Copies)
By George Batson. Royale Theatre, New York.
98 Sadie Thompson, 1944
By Howard Dietz and Rouben Mamoulian, lyrics by Mr. Dietz, music by Vernon Duke. The Alvin Theatre, New York.
98 Sadie Thompson, 1944
By Howard Dietz and Rouben Mamoulian, lyrics by Mr. Dietz, music by Vernon Duke. The Erlanger Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
98 Sadie Thompson, 1944
By Howard Dietz and Rouben Mamoulian, lyrics by Mr. Dietz, music by Vernon Duke. Shubert Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
98 The Searching Wind, 1944 (2 Copies)
By Lillian Hellman. Fulton Theatre, New York.
98 Seven Lively Arts, 1944 (2 Copies)
By Moss Hart and Ben Hecht, lyrics and music by Cole Porter. The Ziegfeld Theatre, New York.
98 Sing Out, Sweet Land!, 1944 (Cover Falling Off)
By Walter Kerr. International Theatre, New York.
98 Sing Out, Sweet Land!, 1944
By Walter Kerr. Shubert Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
98 SNAFU, 1944
By Louis Soloman and Harold Buchman. Hudson Theatre, New York.
98 Soldier's Wife, 1944
By Rose Franken. John Golden Theatre, New York.
98 Song of Norway, 1944
Book by Milton Lazarus, music and lyrics by Robert Wright and George Forrest. The Imperial Theatre, New York.
98 Sons O' Fun, 1944
By Olsen and Johnson, songs by Jac Yellen and Sam E. Fain. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
98 Sons O' Fun, 1944
By Olsen and Johnson, songs by Jac Yellen and Sam E. Fain. Civic Opera House, Chicago Illinois.
98 State Of The Union, 1944
By Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. The Leland Hayward Theatre, New York.
98 The Streets are Guarded, 1944
By Laurence Stallings. Henry Miller's Theatre, New York.
99 The Tempest, 1944
By William Shakespeare [with Arnold Moss]. The Shubert Theatre, New York.
99 Ten Little Indians, 1944 (2 Copies)
By Agatha Christie. The Broadhurst Theatre, New York.
99 Ten Little Indians, 1944
By Agatha Christie. The Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
99 There's Always Juliet, 1944
By John Van Druten. Bucks County Playhouse, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
99 Tomorrow the World, 1944
By James Fow and Arnaud d'Usseau. Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York.
99 Tropical Revue, 1944
Music by Paquita Anderson, Gogliano, and others. The Locust Street Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
99 Tropical Revue, 1944
Music by Paquita Anderson, Gogliano, and others. New Century Theatre, New York.
99 The Two Mrs. Carrolls, 1944 (3 Copies)
By Martin Vale. The Booth Theatre, New York.
910 The Voice of the Turtle, 1944 (3 Copies)
By Jahn van Druten. Morosco Theatre, New York.
910 Walk Hard, 1944
By Abram Hill. Liberty Theatre, New York City.
910 Wallflower, 1944 (2 Copies; Different Covers)
By Mary Orr and Reginald Denham. Cort Theatre, New York.
910 Wallflower, 1944
By Mary Orr and Reginald Denham. The Walnut St. Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
910 The Waltz King, 1944
By Aubrey StaufferBoris Morros and Theodore Bachenheimer. English Theatre, New York.
910 What's Up, 1944
Presented by Mark Warnow, [with Gloria Warren, Jimmy Savo, and Johnny Morgan]. The Walnut St. Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
910 Winged Victory, 1944
By Moss Hart. Forty-Fourth Street Theatre, New York.
910 Ziegfeld Follies, 1944
Music by Ray Henderson, lyrics by Jack Yellen.
911 Angel Street, 1945
By Patrick Hamilton. John Golden Theatre, New York
911 Anna Lucasta, 1945
By Philip Yordan. Mansfield Theatre, New York.
911 Annie Get Your Gun, 1945 (2 Copies)
Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin, book by Herbert and Dorothy Fields. Imperial Theatre, New York.
911 Another Part of the Forest, 1945
By Lillian Hellman. Fulton Theatre, New York.
911 Are You With It?, 1945
Book by Sam Perrin and George Balzer, music by Harry Revel, lyrics by Arnold B. Horwitt. The New Century Theatre, New York.
911 Are You With It?, 1945
Book by Sam Perrin and George Balzer, music by Harry Revel, lyrics by Arnold B. Horwitt. Shubert Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
911 Around the World in Eighty Days, 1945
By Orson Welles, music and lyrics by Cole Porter. Adelphi Theatre, New York.
912 Bal Negre, 1945
Choreographed and staged by Katherine Dunham. The Belasco Theatre, New York.
912 The Barretts of Wimpole Street, 1945 (2 Copies)
By Rudolph Beiser. Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York.
912 The Bees and the Flowers, 1945
By Frederick Kohner and Albert Mannheimer. The Booth Theatre, New York.
912 Billion Dollar Baby, 1945 (4 Copies, 1 with Different Cover)
Book and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, music by Morton Gould. Alvin Theatre, New York.
912 Blackouts of 1946, 1945
By Ken Murray. El Capitan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
912 Blithe Spirit, 1945
By Noël Coward, directed by Sydney H. Spayde. The Kauawha Players At Shrine Mosque, Charleston West Virginia.
912 Born Yesterday, 1945
By Garson Kanin. Lyceum Theatre, New York.
912 Brighten the Corner, 1945
By John Cecil Holm. Lyceum Theatre, New York.
913 Call Me Mister, 1945
Music and lyrics by Harold J. Rome. Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
913 Call Me Mister, 1945
Music and lyrics by Harold J. Rome. Shubert Theatre, New York.
913 Candida, 1945
By George Bernard Shaw. The Phoenix Theatre, Los Angeles California.
913 Carousel, 1945 (2 Copies)
Music by Richard Rodgers, book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein. Majestic Theatre, New York.
913 Catherine Was Great, 1945
By Mae West. Studebaker Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
913 Central Park, 1945
Book by Herbert and Dorothy Fields, music by Sigmund Romberg. The Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
913 Come On Up!, 1945
By Miles Mander, Fred Schiller, and Thomas Dumphy. Selwyn Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
913 Common Ground, 1945
By Edward Chodorov. Fulton Theatre, New York.
913 Cyrano De Bergerac, 1945
By Edmond Rostand, designed and directed by Sydney H. Spayde. The Kauawha Players At Shrine Mosque, Charleston West Virginia.
914 Dark of the Moon, 1945
By Hoard Richardson and William Berney. The Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
914 Dark of the Moon, 1945 (3 Copies)
By Hoard Richardson and William Berney. Forty-Sixty Street Theatre, New York.
914 Dear Ruth, 1945
By Norman Krasna. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
914 The Deep Mrs. Sukes, 1945
By George Kelly. The Booth Theatre, New York.
914 The Desert Song, 1945
Book and lyrics by Otto Harbach, Oscar Hammerstein and Frand Mandel, music by Sigmund Romberg. New York City Center of Music and Drama, New York.
914 Dream Girl, 1945
By Elmer Rice. The Civic Drama Guild, New York.
914 Dream Girl, 1945
By Elmer Rice. Coronet Theatre, New York.
914 Dunnigan's Daughter, 1945
By S.N. Behrman. John Golden Theatre, New York.
914 The Fatal Weakness, 1945
[with Ina Claire] by George Kelly. Royale Theatre, New York.
914 A Flag Is Born, 1945
By Ben Hecht, music by Kurt Weill. The Music Box, New York.
914 Florentine Gardens Revue, 1945
Music and lyrics by Dave Oppenheim and Roy Ingraham. Florentine Gardens, Los Angeles California.
914 Foolish Notion, 1945
By Phillip Barry. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
914 Foolish Notion, 1945
By Phillip Barry. Curran Theatre, New York.
914 Foolish Notion, 1945
By Phillip Barry. Martin Beck Theatre, New York.
914 Foolish Notion, 1945
By Phillip Barry. Shubert Theatre, New Haven Connecticut.
915 Girl From Nantucket, 1945
Book by Fred Thompson and Berne Giler, music by Jacques Belasco, lyrics by Kay Twomey. Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
915 The Glass Menagerie, 1945
By Tennessee Williams. The Playhouse, New York.
915 Happily Ever After, 1945
By Donald Kirkley and Goward Burman. The Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
915 Harry Richman in Florentine Gardens Revue, 1945
Musical directed by Emil Baffa, entire production conceived and supervised by Frank R. Bruni. Florentine Gardens, Hollywood California.
915 Harvey, 1945
By Mary Chase. Forty-Eighth Street Theatre, New York.
915 The Hasty Heart, 1945
By John Patrick. The Hudson Theatre, New York.
915 High Hat Revue, 1945
Music and lyrics by Dave Oppenheim and Roy Ingraham. Florentine Gardens, Los Angeles California.
915 Hollywood Pinafore, 1945
Book and lyrics revised by George S. Kaufman, [with Shirley Booth]. Shubert Theatre, New Haven Connecticut.
915 Hope For the Best, 1945
By William McCleery. Fulton Theatre, New York.
915 The Importance of Being Earnest, 1945
By Oscar Wilde. California's First Theatre, State Monument Monterey California.
915 Insanities of '45, 1945
By Royal Dane. Mayan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
915 The Joyous Season, 1945
By Philip Barry, directed by Arthur Hopkins. The Locust Street Theatre, New York.
915 Marinka, 1945
Book by George Marion and Karl Farkas. Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York.
915 Merry Go Round, 1945
By Paul Small. Mayan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
915 The Merry Widow, 1945
Modernized by Rowland Leigh and Randolph Carter. Shubert Theatre, New Haven Connecticut.
916 Nellie Bly, 1945
Book by Sig Herzig, lyrics by Johnny Burde, music by James Van Heusen. Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
916 The Next Half Hour, 1945
By Mary Chase. The Empire Theatre, New York.
916 Oklahoma!, 1945
Book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II, based on Green Grows The Lilacs by Lynn Riggs. Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
916 On the Town, 1945
By Betty Comden and Adolph Green, music by Leonard Bernstein. Martin Beck Theatre, New York.
916 Parisian Nights, 1945
Music and lyrics by Dave Oppenheim and Roy Ingraham. Florentine Gardens, Los Angeles California.
916 Place of Our Own, 1945
By Elliot Nugent. Royale Theatre, New York.
916 Rebecca, 1945
By Daphne du Maurier, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York.
916 The Red Mill, 1945
Book and lyrics by Henry Blossom. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
916 Rich Full Life, 1945
By Vina Delmar. John Golden Theatre, New York.
917 Song of Norway, 1945
Music and lyrics by Robert Wright and George Forrest, book by Milton Lazarus. The Imperial Theatre, New York.
917 A Sound of Hunting, 1945
By Harry Brown. Lyceum Theatre, New York.
917 Spring In Brazil, 1945
Book by Philip Rapp. Nixon Theatre, Pittsburgh Pennsylvania.
917 The Tempest, 1945
By William Shakespeare. The Broadway Theatre, New York.
917 The Tempest, 1945
By William Shakespeare. New York City Center of Music and Drama, New York City.
917 The Two Mrs. Carrolls, 1945
By Martin Vale. The Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
917 Therese, 1945
By Thomas Job. Biltmore Theatre, New York.
917 Up in Central Park, 1945
By Herbert and Dorothy Fields. The Broadway Theatre, New York.
917 The Voice of the Turtle, 1945 (2 Copies; Different Covers)
By John van Druten, Morosco Theater, New York.
917 The Wind is Ninety, 1945
By Captain Ralph Nelson. The Booth Theatre, New York.
917 Winged Victory, 1945
Written and directed by Moss Hart. Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
917 You Can't Take It With You, 1945
By Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
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101 Born Yesterday, 1946
By Garson Kanin. The Lyceum Theatre, New York
101 Call Me Mister, 1946
Music and lyrics by Harold Rome [with Betty Garrett]. The National Theatre, Washington D.C.
101 Call Me Mister, 1946
Music and lyrics by Harold Rome, sketches by Arnold Auerbach. Shubert Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
101 Carousel, 1946 (2 Copies)
Book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Richard Rodgers. The Majestic Theatre, New York.
101 Come Marching Home, 1946
By Robert Anderson. Blackfriars' Theatre, New York.
101 Come On Up, 1946
By Miles Mander, Fred Schiller, and Thomas Dunphy [with Mae West]. Select Operating Corporation a Broadway Company, New York.
101 The Desert Song, 1946
Book and lyrics by Otto Harbach, Oscar Hammerstein II, and Frank Mandel. New York City Center of Music and Drama, New York.
101 Dream Girl, 1946
By Elmer Rice [with Wendell Corey and Evelyn Varden]. The Coronet Theatre, Los Angeles California.
101 Foolish Notion, 1946
By Philip Barry. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
101 The Fortune Teller, 1946
By Victor HerbertBook by Henry Myers. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
101 The Glass Menagerie, 1946
By Tennessee Williams. Geary Theatre, New York.
101 The Glass Menagerie, 1946
By Tennessee Williams. The Playhouse, New York.
101 Gypsy Lady, 1946
By Henry Meyers. New Century Theater, New York.
102 Hamlet, 1946
By William Shakespeare. Columbus Circle Theater, New York.
102 Happy Birthday, 1946
By Anita Loos. The Broadhurst Theater, New York.
102 Harvey, 1946
By Mary Chase. The Biltmore Theater, Los Angeles California.
102 Harvey, 1946
By Mary Chase. Forty-Eighth Street Theater, New York.
102 The Hasty Heart, 1946
By John Patrick. Geary Theatre, New York.
102 Henry V, 1946 (2 Copies)
By William Shakespeare. Stage Door Theatre, San Francisco California.
102 Henry VIII, 1946
By William Shakespeare, staged by Margaret Webster. American Repertory Theatre, The International Theatre, New York.
102 Henry VIII, 1946
By William Shakespeare, staged by Margaret Webster. The Shubert Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
102 Home of the Brave, 1946
By Arthur Laurents. Belasco Theater, New York.
103 The Iceman Cometh, 1946
By Eugene O'Neill. Martin Beck Theater, New York.
103 If The Shoe Fits, 1946 (2 Copies)
By June Carrol and Robert Duke. New Century Theater, New York.
103 Jacobowsky and The Colonel, 1946
By S. N. Behrman, original Austrian drama by Franz Werfel. The Dock Street Theatre Carolina Art Association, Charleston South Carolina.
103 Jeb, 1946
By Robert Ardey. Martin Beck Theater, New York.
103 Lady Windermere's Fan, 1946
By Oscar Wilde. Cort Theater, New York.
103 The Late George Apley, 1946
By John P. Marquand and George S. Kaufman. The Erlanger Theatre, New York.
103 Laura, 1946
By Vera Caspary and George Sklar. The Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
103 Life With Father, 1946
By Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. The Bijou Theatre, Knoxville Tennessee.
103 Lute Song, 1946
By Sidney Howard and Will Irwin. The Plymouth Theater, New York.
104 The Magnificent Yankee, 1946
By Emmet Lavery. Royale Theater, New York.
104 Maid in the Ozarks, 1946
By Claire Parrish. Belasco Theater, New York.
104 Manhattan Masquerade, 1946
By Ted Lewis. Latin Quarter, New York City.
104 The Merry Wives of Windsor, 1946
By William Shakespeare, performed by the Theatre Guild Shakespeare Company. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
104 Mr. Peebles and Mr. Hooker, 1946
By Edward E. Paramore, Jr. The Playhouse, Wilmington Delaware.
104 Mr. Peebles and Mr. Hooker, 1946
By Edward E. Paramore, Jr. The Playhouse, The Music Box, New York.
104 Obsession, 1946
By Jane Hinton of Louis Verneuil's French drama, Monsieur Lamberthier. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
104 Obsession, 1946
By Lois Verneuil. The Plymouth Theater, New York.
104 Obsession, 1946
By Louis Verneuil, adapted by Jane Hinton. Shubert Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
104 Oklahoma, 1946 (2 Copies)
By Lynn Riggs, Curran Theatre, New York.
104 Oklahoma, 1946
Music by Richard Rodgers. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
104 Oklahoma, 1946
By Lynn Riggs. St. James Theater, New York.
104 One Foot In Heaven, 1946
By Irving Philips. State Theatre Players, Red Bluff California.
104 O Mistress Mine, 1946
By Terrence Rattigan. The Empire Theater, New York.
105 Park Avenue, 1946
Book by Nunnaly Johnson and Georges S. Kaufman, lyrics by Ira Gershwin, music by Arthur Schwartz. Shubert Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
105 Park Avenue, 1946
Book by Nunnaly Johnson and Georges S. Kaufman, lyrics by Ira Gershwin, music by Arthur Schwartz. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, New York.
105 The Philadelphia Story, 1946
By Phillip Barry. Palo Alto Community Theatre, San Francisco California.
105 The Playboy of the Western World, 1946
By J.M. Synge. The Booth Theater, New York.
105 Present Laughter, 1946
By Noël Coward. The Plymouth Theater, New York.
105 Private Lives, 1946
By Noël Coward. Colonial Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
105 Private Lives, 1946
By Noël Coward. The Dock Street Theatre, Carolina Art Association, Charleston South Carolina.
105 Pygmalion, 1946
By Bernard Shaw, staged by Cedric Hardwicke. The Shubert Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
106 Roberta, 1946
Book and lyrics by Otto Harbach. Curran Theater, San Francisco California.
106 Show Boat, 1946
By Oscar Hammerstein the Second. The Ziegfield Theater, New York.
106 Song of Norway, 1946
By Milton Lazarus. The Broadway Theater, New York.
106 Song of Norway, 1946
By Milton Lazarus. Forrest Theater, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
106 State of the Union, 1946
By Howard Lindsay and Russell Crouse. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
106 State of the Union, 1946
By Howard Lindsay and Russell Crouse. Blackstone Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
106 State of the Union, 1946
By Howard Lindsay and Russell Crouse. Colonial Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
106 State of the Union, 1946 (2 Copies)
By Howard Lindsay and Russell Crouse. Hudson Theatre, New York.
106 St. Louis Woman, 1946
By Arna Bontemps and Countee Cullen. Martin Beck Theater, New York.
106 The Story of Mary Surratt, 1946
By John Patrick. Geary Theatre, San Francisco California.
106 Strange Fruit, 1946
By Jose Ferrer. Royale Theater, New York.
106 Street Scene, 1946
By Elmer Rice, music by Kurt Weill. Shubert Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
106 Sweet Bye and Bye, 1946
Book by S.J. Perelman and Al Hirschfeld, lyrics by Ogden Nash, music by Vernon Duke. Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
106 Sweethearts, 1946
By Harry B. Smith. Sam S. Shubert Theater, New York.
107 This, Too, Shall Pass, 1946
By Don Appell. The Belasco Theatre, New York.
107 Truckline Café, 1946
By Maxwell Anderson. Belasco Theatre, New York.
107 The Voice of the Turtle, 1946
By John Van Druten. The Geary Theatre, San Francisco California.
107 The Voice of the Turtle, 1946
By John Van Druten. The Locust Street Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
107 Windy Hill, 1946
By Patsy Ruth Miller. Harris Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
107 The Winter's Tale, 1946
By William Shakespeare. Cort Theater, New York.
107 Would-be Gentleman, The, 1946
By John Kennedy. The Booth Theater, New York.
107 Young Mrs. Winthrop, 1946
Hampshire Guild Playhouse, Portsmouth New Hampshire.
107 Yours is my Heart, 1946
By Ira Cobb and Carl Farkas. Sam S. Shubert Theater, New York.
108 Accidentally Yours, 1947
By Pauline Williams. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
108 Alice in Wonderland, 1947 (2 Copies)
By Lewis Carroll. The International Theater, New York.
108 Allegro, 1947 (2 Copies)
Book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein, music by Richard Rodgers. Majestic Theatre, New York.
108 All My Sons, 1947 (2 Copies)
By Arthur Miller. Coronet Theater, New York.
108 American Repertory Theater. Inc., 1947 (3Copies)
Managing Director: Cheryl Crawford. International Theater, New York.
108 Angel Street, 1947
By Patrick Hamilton. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
108 Anna Lucasta, 1947
By Philip Yordan. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
108 Anna Lucasta, 1947
By Philip Yordan. Geary Theatre, San Francisco California.
108 Anna Lucasta, 1947
By Philip Yordan. The National Theatre, New York.
108 Annie Get Your Gun., 1947
By Herbert and Dorothy Fields. Music By Irving Berlin. The Imperial Theater, New York.
109 Barefoot Boy With Cheek, 1947
Book by Max Shulman, music by Sidney Lippman, lyrics by Sylvia Dee. Martin Beck Theatre, New York.
109 The Barrets of Wimpole Street, 1947
By Rudolf Besier. Geary Theatre, San Francisco California.
109 Bathsheba, 1947
By Jaques Deval. Ethel Barrymore Theater, New York.
109 Beautiful Girl Revue, 1947
Music and lyrics by Chuck Gould, Dave Oppenheim and Roy Ingraham. Florentine Gardens, Hollywood California.
109 Bloomer Girl, 1947
Book by Sig Herzig and Fred Saidy, music by Harold Arlen, lyrics by E.Y. Harburg. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
109 Brigadoon, 1947
By Alan Jay Lerner. The Ziegfield Theater, New York.
109 Burlesque, 1947
By George Manker Watters and Arthur Hopkins. Belasco Theater, New York.
109 Call Me Mister, 1947
By Harold Rome. Biltmore Theater, Los Angeles California.
109 Call Me Mister, 1947
By Harold Rome. Majestic Theater, New York.
109 Call Me Mister, 1947
By Harold Rome. Plymouth Theater, New York.
109 Carousel, 1947
Book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, music by Richard Rodgers. Majestic Theatre, New York.
109 Christopher Blake, 1947
By Moss Hart. The Music Box, New York.
109 Come On Up, 1947
By Miles Mander, Fred Schiller and Thomas Dunphy. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
109 Craig's Wife, 1947
By George Kelly. The Playhouse, New York.
109 Cyrano de Bergerac, 1947 (2 Copies)
By Brian Hooker, who revised Rostand's original play. Ethel Barrymore Theater, New York.
1010 The Dancing Years, 1947
Book and music by Ivor Novello. Municipal Open Air Theatre, St. Louis Missouri.
1010 Dream Girl, 1947
By Elmer Rice. Shubert Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
1010 Edith Piaf, 1947
By Edith Piaf and Her Continental Entertainers. The Playhouse, New York.
1010 Fatal Weakness, 1947
By George Kelly. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
1010 Fatal Weakness, 1947
By George Kelly. Royale Theatre, New York.
1010 Fata Morgana, 1947
Wilshire-Ebell Theatre, Hollywood California.
1010 Finian's Rainbow, 1947
By E.Y. Harburg and Fred Saidy. The Forty-Sixth Street Theater, New York.
1010 The First Mrs. Fraser, 1947
By St John Irvine. Sam S. Schubert Theater, New York.
1010 Good News, 1947
Words and music by Buddy DeSylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson. Shubert Theatre at the ABC Entertainment Center, Century City, Los Angeles California.
1010 Happy Birthday, 1947
By Anita Loos. The Broadhurst Theatre, New York.
1010 The Heiress, 1947
By Ruth and Augustus Goetz. Biltmore Theatre, New York.
1010 High Button Shoes, 1947
By Jule Styne and Sammy Cahn. Forrest Theater, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
1010 High Button Shoes, 1947
By Jule Styne and Sammy Cahn. New Century Theater, New York.
1011 I Gotta Get Out, 1947
By Joseph Fields and Ben Sher. The Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
1011 The Importance of Being Earnest, 1947 (2 Copies)
By Oscar Wilde. Royale Theater, New York.
1011 It Takes Two, 1947
By Virginia Faulkner and Cana Suesse. Biltmore Theatre, New York.
1011 John Loves Mary, 1947 (2 Copies)
By Norman Krasna. The Music Box Theater, New York.
1011 Lady Windermere's Fan, 1947
By Oscar Wilde. Cort Theatre, New York.
1012 The Magnificent Yankee, 1947
By Emmet Lavery. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
1012 Maurice Chevalier, 1947 (2 Copies; Different Covers)
Accompanied by Irving Actman. Henry Miller's Theatre, New York.
1012 Maurice Chevalier, 1947
Accompanied by Irving Actman. Locust Street Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
1012 Medea, 1947 (2 Copies)
By Euripides, adapted by Robinson Jeffers. National Theater, New York.
1012 The Medium, 1947 (2 Copies)
Book, music and lyrics by Gian-Carlo Menotti. Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York.
1012 Music in My Heart, 1947
By Patsy Ruth Miller. Adelphi Theater, New York.
1012 Music in My Heart, 1947
By Patsy Ruth Miller. Shubert Theater, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
1012 The New Look Revue, 1947
Music by Henry Sullivan, lyrics by Ira Leff. Nicky Blair's Carnival, New York.
1012 O Mistress Mine, 1947
By Terence Rattigan, directed by Mr. Lunt. The Empire Theatre, New York.
1013 Portrait in Black, 1947
By Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts. The Booth Theater, New York.
1013 Pygmalion, 1947
By Bernard Shaw. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
1013 The Red Mill, 1947
Book and lyrics by Henry Blossom. Shubert Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
1013 The Royal Family, 1947
By George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber. Ithaca College Theatre, Ithaca, New York.
1013 Springtime For Henry, 1947
By Benn W. Levy, directed by Henri Caubisens. The Selwyn Theatre, New York.
1013 State of the Union, 1947
By Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
1013 The Story of Mary Surratt, 1947
By John Patrick. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
1013 Song of Norway, 1947
Book by Milton Lazarus, based on life and music of Edvard Gieg. Los Angeles Civic Light Opera Association Philharmonic Auditorium, Los Angeles California.
1013 Tonight at 8:30, 1947
By Noël Coward. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
1013 Virginia Reel, 1947
By John and Harriett Weaver. Princess Theatre, New York.
1013 The Wanhope Building, 1947
By John Finch, staged by Brett Warren. The Princess Theatre, Harriman Tennessee.
1013 William Shakespeare, Plays by, 1947
By William Shakespeare. New Century Theater, New York.
1013 The Winslow Boy, 1947
By Terrence Rattigan. The Empire Theater, New York.
1013 Yellow Jack, 1947 (2 Copies)
By Sidney Howard, presented by The American Repertory Theatre. The International Theater, New York.
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111 The Alchemist, 1948
By Ben Johnson. New York City Center of Music and Drama, New York.
111 All the King's Men, 1948
By Robert Penn Warren. Dramatic Workshop of the New School, New York.
111 Allegro, 1948
Music by Richard Rodgers, book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein, II. Majestic Theatre, New York.
111 Along Fifth Avenue, 1948
Music by Gordon Jenkins, lyrics by Tom Adair. Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
111 Angel Face, 1948
By Steve Fisher and Sloan Nibley. Las Palmas Theatre, Los Angeles California.
111 Angel in the Wings, 1948
Words and music by Bob Hilliard and Carl Sigman. The Coronet Theatre, Los Angeles California.
111 Anne of the Thousand Days, 1948
By Maxwell Anderson. Sam S. Schubert Theater, New York.
111 Annie Get Your Gun, 1948
Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin, book by Herbert and Dorothy Fields. Cleveland Music Hall, Cleveland Ohio.
111 Annie Get Your Gun, 1948
Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin, book by Herbert and Dorothy Fields. The Imperial Theatre, New York.
111 Antony and Cleopatra, 1948
By William Shakespeare. Blackstone Theater, Chicago Illinois.
111 Antony and Cleopatra, 1948
By William Shakespeare. Martin Beck Theater, New York.
111 Anything Goes, 1948
by Guy Bolton and P.G. Wodehouse. Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, California.
111 Auld Lang Syne, 1948
Book by Hugh Abercrombie, music by Henry Sullivan, lyrics by Robert Burns. The Municipal Open Air Theatre, St. Louis Missouri.
112 The Bear, 1948
By Anton Chekhov. New York City Center of Music and Drama, New York City.
112 Bal Negre, 1948
A musical revue with Katherine Dunham. Geary Theatre, San Francisco California.
112 Born Yesterday, 1948
By Garson Kanin. Henry Miller's Theater, New York.
112 Born Yesterday, 1948
By Garson Kanin. Lyceum Theater, New York.
112 Bravo, 1948
By Edna Ferber and George S. Kaufman. Lyceum Theater, New York.
112 Brigadoon, 1948
Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe. The Ziegfeld Theatre, New York.
112 Carousel, 1948
Music by Richard Rodgers, book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
112 Command Decision, 1948 (2 Copies)
By William Wister Haines. Fulton Theatre, New York.
112 Crime and Punishment, 1948
By Dostoevsky. National Theater, New York.
112 The Cup of Trembling, 1948
By Louis Paul. The Music Box, New York.
113 Deep Are the Roots, 1948
By Arnaud d'Usseau and James Gow. Tivoli Theatre, San Francisco California.
113 Dream Girl, 1948
By Elmer Rice. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
113 Edward, My Son, 1948
By Robert Morely and Noel Langley. Martin Beck Theater, New York.
113 Finian's Rainbow, 1948
Book by E.Y. Harburg and Fred Saidy, lyrics by E.Y. Harburg, music by Burton Lane. Forty-Sixth Street Theatre, New York.
113 The First Mrs. Fraser, 1948
By St. John Ervine. Selwyn Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
113 For Love or Money, 1948
By F. Hugh Herbert. Shubert-Lafayette Theatre, Detroit Michigan.
113 Happy Birthday, 1948
By Anita Loos. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
113 Harvey, 1948
By Mary Chase. Biltmore Theater, Los Angeles California.
113 Harvey, 1948 (2 Copies)
By Mary Chase. Forty-Eighth Street Theater, New York.
113 Heaven on Earth, 1948
By Barry Trivers. New Century Theater, New York.
113 The Heiress, 1948
By Ruth and Augustus Goetz. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
113 High Button Shoes, 1948
Music and lyrics by Jule Styne and Sammy Cahn. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, New York.
113 Hold It!, 1948
Book by Matt Brooks and Art Arthur, music by Gerald Marks, lyrics by Sam Lerner. National Theatre, New York.
114 The Insect Comedy, 1948
By Josef and Karel Capek. New York City Center of Music and Drama, New York.
114 Inside U.S.A., 1948 (2 Copies)
By Howard Deitz and Arthur Schwartz. New Century Theater, New York.
114 John Loves Mary, 1948
By Norman Krasna. The Harris Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
114 Joy To The World, 1948
by Allan Scott. The Plymouth Theatre, New York.
114 Lend an Ear, 1948 (2 Copies; 1 Lacking Cover)
By Charles Gaynor. Las Palmas Theater, Los Angeles California.
114 Lend an Ear, 1948
By Charles Gaynor. National Theater, New York.
114 Light Up The Sky, 1948
By Moss Hart. Royale Theater, New York.
114 Look, Ma, I'm Dancin'!, 1948 (2 Copies)
By Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. Adelphi Theater, New York.
114 Love Life, 1948
By Alan Jay Lerner. Forty-Sixth Street Theater, New York.
114 Love Life, 1948
By Alan Jay Lerner. Shubert TheaterBoston Massachusetts.
115 Macbeth, 1948
By William Shakespeare. National Theater, New York.
115 Magdalena, 1948
Book by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan and Homer Curran, pattern and lyrics by Robert Wright and George Forrest, music by Heitor Villa-Lobos. Los Angeles Civic Light Opera, California.
115 Magdalena, 1948 (2 Copies)
Book by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan and Homer Curran, pattern and lyrics by Robert Wright and George Forrest, music by Heitor Villa-Lobos. The Ziegfeld Theatre, New York.
115 Make Mine Manhattan, 1948
By Arnold B. Horwitt. The Broadhurst Theater, New York.
115 Medea, 1948 (2 Copies)
By Robinson Jeffers, freely adapted from Medea of Euripides. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
115 Medea, 1948 (2 Copies)
By Robinson Jeffers, freely adapted from Medea of Euripides. Royale Theatre, New York.
115 The Merry Widow, 1948
Lyrics by Adrian Ross, music by Franz Lehar. Butler Bowl, Indianapolis Indiana.
115 Mister Roberts, 1948 (3 Copies)
By Thomas Heggen and Joshua Logan. Alvin Theater, New York.
115 My Romance, 1948
By Rowland Leigh. Sam S. Schubert Theater, New York.
116 Oklahoma, 1948
Book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, music by Richard Rodgers. Erlanger Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
116 Oklahoma, 1948
Book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, music by Richard Rodgers. St. James Theatre, New York.
116 O Mistress Mine, 1948
By Terence Rattigan. Geary Theatre, San Francisco California.
116 On Approval, 1948
By Frederick Lonsdale. Plymouth Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
116 On Approval, 1948
By Frederick Lonsdale. Selwyn Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
116 The Play's the Thing, 1948
By Ferenc Molnar. The Booth Theatre, New York.
116 Private Lives, 1948
By Noël Coward. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
116 The Red Pavilion, 1948
By Catherine Turney and Stephen Longstreet. The Horseshoe Theatre, Hollywood California.
116 The Respectful Prostitute, 1948 (2 Copies; Different Covers)
By Jean-Paul Sartre. Cort Theater. New York.
117 Sally, 1948
Book by Guy Bolton, lyrics by P.G. Wodehouse and Clifford Grey. Martin Beck Theatre, New York.
117 Show Boat, 1948
Book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein, music by Jerome Kern. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
117 Silver Whistle, 1948
By Robert E. McEnroe. Biltmore Theater, New York.
117 Skipper Next To God, 1948
By Jan de Hartog. The Playhouse, New York.
117 Small Wonder, 1948
By Charles Spalding, Max Wilk, George Axelrod, and Louis Laun. Coronet Theater, New York.
117 Story For Strangers, A, 1948
By Marc Connely. Royale Theater, New York.
117 Strange Bedfellows, 1948 (3 Copies)
By Florence Ryerson and Colin Clements. Morosco Theater, New York.
117 A Streetcar Named Desire, 1948
by Tennessee Williams. Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York.
117 Summer and Smoke, 1948
By Tennessee Williams. The Cass Theatre, Detroit Michigan.
117 Summer and Smoke, 1948
By Tennessee Williams. The Music Box Theater, New York.
118 The Vagabond King, 1948
Book and lyrics by Brian Hooker and Russell Janney, music by Rudolf Friml. Butler Bowl, Indianapolis Indiana.
118 Venus in Silk, 1948
Libretto by Laurence Schwab and Lester O' Keefe, lyrics by Lester O' Keefe, music by Robert Stolz. Municipal Open Air Theatre, St. Louis Missouri.
118 Where's Charley?, 1948
Book by George Abbott, words and music by Frank Loesser [with Ray Bolger]. St. James Theatre, New York.
118 The Winslow Boy, 1948
By Terrence Rattigan. The Empire Theater, New York.
118 The World We Make, 1948
By Sidney Kingsley. President Theatre, New York.
118 The Young and Fair, 1948
By N. Richard Nash. Fulton Theatre, New York.
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121 A La Carte, 1949
Music by Victor Young, lyrics by Edward Heyman. El Capitan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
121 Alive and Kicking, 1949
Lyrics by Paul Francis Webster and Ray Golden, music by Hal Borne, Irma Jurist, and Sammy Fain. Shubert Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
121 Allegro, 1949
Book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, music by Richard Rodgers. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
121 All For Love, 1949
By Alan Roberts and Lester Lee. Mark Hellinger Theater, New York.
121 Along Fifth Avenue, 1949
By Charles Sherman and Nat Hiken. The Broadhurst Theater, New York.
121 Arms and the Girl, 1949
Lyrics by Dorothy Fields, music by Morton GouldBook by Herbert and Dorothy Fields and Rouben Mamoulian. Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
121 As The Girls Go, 1949
By William Roos. Winter Garden, New York.
121 At War With the Army, 1949 (2 Copies)
By James B. Allardice. The Booth Theater, New York.
121 The Big Knife, 1949
By John Garfield. National Theater, New York.
121 Born Yesterday, 1949
By Garson Kanin. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
121 The Browning Version, 1949
By Clifford Odets. Coronet Theater, New York.
122 Cabalgata, 1949
Produced and directed by Daniel Cordoba. The Broadway Theater, New York.
122 Carmen, 1949
By Roland Petit. Winter Garden, New York.
122 Carousel, 1949
By Oscar Hammerstein the 2nd. New York City Center, New York.
122 The Cat and the Fiddle, 1949
By Otto Harbach. Murat Theatre, Indianapolis Indiana.
122 The Closing Door, 1949
By Alexander Knox. The Empire Theater, New York.
122 Death of a Salesman, 1949 (2 Copies)
By Arthur Miller. Morosco Theater, New York.
122 Detective Story, 1949
By Sidney Kingsley. The Hudson River Theater, New York.
122 Diamond Lil, 1949
By Mae West. The Plymouth Theater, New York.
122 Forward The Heart, 1949
By Bernard Reines. Forty-Eighth Street Theater, New York.
122 The Front Page, 1949
By Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur. El Patio Theatre, Los Angeles California.
123 Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, 1949
By Joseph Fields and Anita Loos. The Ziegfeld Theater, New York.
123 Goodbye, My Fancy, 1949
By Fay Kanin. Fulton Theatre, New York.
123 The Great Waltz, 1949 (2 Copies)
Music by Johann Strauss, book by Moss Hart, lyrics by Desmond Carter. Philharmonic Auditorium, Los Angeles California.
123 Harvey, 1949 (2 Copies)
By Mary Chase. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
123 The Heiress, 1949
By Ruth and Augustus Goetz. Geary Theatre, San Francisco California.
123 The Heiress, 1949
By Ruth and Augustus Goetz. Maryland TheatreBaltimore Maryland.
123 I Know My Love, 1949 (2 Copies)
By S.N. Behrman, adapted from Aupres de Ma Blonde by Marcel Achard. Biltmore Theater, Los Angeles California.
123 I Know My Love, 1949
By S.N. Behrman, adapted from Aupres de Ma Blonde by Marcel Achard. Geary Theater, San Francisco California.
123 I Know My Love, 1949
By S.N. Behrman, adapted from Aupres de Ma Blonde by Marcel Achard. Sam S. Schubert Theater, New York.
123 Inside U.S.A., 1949
Lyrics and music by Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
123 The Ivy Green, 1949
By Mervyn Nelson. Lyceum Theater, New York.
124 Kiss Me, Kate, 1949 (2 Copies)
By Cole Porter. New Century Theater, New York.
124 Life With Mother, 1949
By Howard Lidsay and Russel Crouse. the Empire Theater, New York.
124 Love Life, 1949
Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Kurt Weill. Forty-Sixth Street Theatre, New York.
124 The Madwoman of Chaillot, 1949 (2 Copies)
By Jean Girardoux. Belasco Theater, New York.
124 Man and Superman, 1949
By George Bernard Shaw. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
124 Medea, 1949
Adapted by Robinson Jeffers from Euripides' Medea. Hanna Theatre, Cleveland Ohio.
124 Miss Liberty, 1949
By Irving Berlin. The Imperial Theater, New York.
124 Montserrat, 1949
By Emmanuel Robles. Fulton Theater, New York.
124 My Name is Aquilon, 1949
By Jean Pierre Aumont. Lyceum Theater, New York.
125 Oklahoma, 1949
By Lynn Rigs. Murat Theater, Indianapolis Indiana.
125 On the Town, 1949
Book and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, music by Leonard Bernstein. Pauline S. Edwards Theatre, New York.
125 The Rape of Lucretia, 1949
By Ronald Duncan. The Ziegfeld Theater, New York.
125 Richard III, 1949
By William Shakespeare. The Booth Theater, New York.
125 The Shop at Sly Corner, 1949
By Edward Percy. The Booth Theater, New York.
125 The Silver Whistle, 1949
By Robert E. McEnroe. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
125 South Pacific, 1949 (3 Copies; 2 Cover Designs)
Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein the 2nd, adapted from James Michener's Novel. The Majestic Theater, New York.
125 A Streetcar Named Desire, 1949
By Tennessee Williams. Biltmore Theater, Los Angeles California.
125 A Streetcar Named Desire, 1949 (2 Copies)
By Tennessee Williams. Ethel Barrymore Theater, New York.
125 A Streetcar Named Desire, 1949
By Tennessee Williams. Geary Theater, San Francisco California.
125 Sweethearts, 1949
By Victor Herbert. Murat Theater, Indianapolis Indiana.
126 That Lady, 1949
By Kate O'Brian. Cass Theatre, Detroit Michigan.
126 They Knew What They Wanted, 1949
By Sidney Howard. The Music Box, New York.
126 Touch and Go, 1949 (2 Copies)
By Jean and Walter Kerr. The Broadhurst Theater, New York.
126 The Traitor, 1949
By Herman Wouk. Forty-Eighth Street Theater, New York.
126 Twelfth Night, 1949
By William Shakespeare. The Empire Theater, New York.
126 Two Blind Mice, 1949
By Samuel Spewack. The Cort Theater, New York.
127 Alive and Kicking, 1950
By Ray Golden. Winter Garden, New York.
127 Angel Street, 1950
By Patrick Hamilton. Olney Theatre, Baltimore Maryland.
127 Arms and the Girl, 1950 (2 Copies)
By Herbert and Dorothy Fields and Rouben Mamoulian. Forty-Sixth Street Theater, New York.
127 As You Like It, 1950
By William Shakespeare. Cort Theatre, New York.
127 As You Like It, 1950
By William Shakespeare. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
127 As You Like It, 1950
By William Shakespeare. The Hanna Theatre, Cleveland Ohio.
127 The Birth of a Salesman, 1950
By Earl Kennedy. The G-E Theatre of Sales, New York.
127 Black Chiffon, 1950
By Lesley Storm. Forty-Eighth Street Theater, New York.
127 Blind Alley, 1950
By James Warwick. The Boston Summer Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
127 Brigadoon, 1950
Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe. New York City Center, New York.
127 Burning Bright, 1950 (2 Copies)
By John Steinbeck. The Broadhurst Theatre, New York.
128 Caesar and Cleopatra, 1950
By Bernard Shaw. The National Theater, New York.
128 Call Me Madam, 1950 (2 Copies)
Book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse, music and lyrics by Irving Berlin. The Imperial Theatre, New York.
128 Chocolate Soldier, 1950 (2 Copies)
By Oscar Straus. Los Angeles Civic Light Opera, California.
128 The Cocktail Party, 1950 (3 Copies)
By T. S. Elliot. Henry Miller's Theater, New York.
128 Come Back, Little Sheba, 1950
By William Inge. The Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
128 Come Back, Little Sheba, 1950 (2 Copies)
By William Inge. The Booth Theatre, New York.
128 The Consul, 1950
By Gian-Carlo Menotti. The Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York.
128 The Country Girl, 1950
By Clifford Odets. Lyceum Theater, New York.
129 Dance Me A Song, 1950
By James Shelton. Royale Theater, New York.
129 Death of a Salesman, 1950 (2 Copies)
By Arthur Miller. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
129 Death of a Salesman, 1950
By Arthur Miller. Geary Theatre, San Francisco California.
129 Death of a Salesman, 1950
By Arthur Miller. Morosco Theatre, New York.
129 Design For a Stained Glass Window, 1950
By William Berney and Howard Richardson. Mansfield Theater, New York.
129 Detective Story, 1950
By Sidney Kingsley. Hudson Theatre, New York.
129 The Devil's Disciple, 1950 (2 Copies)
By Bernard Shaw. Royale Theater, New York.
129 Diamond Lil, 1950
By Mae West. Blackstone Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
129 The Enchanted, 1950
By Jean Giraudoux. Lyceum Theater, New York.
1210 Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, 1950
Book by Joseph Fields and Anita Loos, music by Jule Styne, lyrics by Leo Robin. The Ziegfeld Theatre, New York.
1210 Getting Married, 1950 (2 Copies)
By Bernard Shaw. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
1210 Good Night Ladies, 1950
By Cyrus Wood, Avery Hopwood and Charleton Andrews. El Capitan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
1210 Great to Be Alive, 1950 (2 Copies)
By Walter Bullock and Sylvia Regan. Winter Garden, New York.
1210 The Great Waltz, 1950
Book by Moss Hart, lyrics by Desmon Carter, music by Johann Strauss. State Fairgrounds, Indianapolis Indiana.
1210 Guys and Dolls, 1950
Book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows, music and lyrics by Frank Loesser. Forty-Sixth Street Theatre, New York.
1211 The Happy Time, 1950
By Samuel Taylor. The Plymouth Theatre, New York.
1211 His French Wife, 1950
By Charles Deane and Richard Doscher. The Boston Summer Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
1211 The Innocents, 1950 (3 Copies)
By William Archibald. The Playhouse, New York.
1211 The Inspector Calls, 1950
By J. B. Priestley. Bush Street Theatre, New York.
1211 Kiss Me Kate, 1950 (2 Copies)
Book by Sam and Bella Spewack, music and lyrics by Cole Porter. New Century Theatre, New York.
1211 The Lady's Not For Burning, 1950
By Christopher Fry. Royale Theater, New York.
1211 Legend of Sarah, 1950
By James Gow and Arnaud D'Usseau. Fulton Theater, New York.
1211 Lost In The Stars, 1950
Words by Maxwell Anderson, music by Kurt Weill. The Music Box, New York.
1212 The Medium, 1950
Music and words by Gian-Carlo Menotti. El Capitan Theatre, Los Angeles California.
1212 The Member of the Wedding, 1950 (2 Copies; Different Covers)
By Carson McCullers. The Empire Theater, New York.
1212 Misalliance, 1950
By George Bernard Shaw. Equity Library Theatre, New York.
1212 Mr. Barry's Etchings, 1950
By Walter Bullock and Daniel Archer. Forty-Eighth Street Theatre, New York.
1212 The New Moon, 1950
Book and lyrics by Frank Mandel and Oscar Hammerstein. Starlight Musicals at Indianapolis Theatre, Indianapolis Indiana.
1212 Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep, 1950
By Ludwig Bemelmans. The Broadhurst Theater, New York.
1212 Payment Deferred, 1950
By Jeffrey Dell. Equity Library Theatre, New York.
1212 Peter Pan, 1950
By J.M. Barrie, music and lyrics by Leonard Bernstein. The Imperial Theatre, New York.
1212 Peter Pan, 1950
By J.M. Barrie, music and lyrics by Leonard Bernstein. St. James Theatre, New York.
1212 A Phoenix Too Frequent, 1950
By Christopher Fry. Fulton Theatre, New York.
1212 The Pink Lady, 1950
Book and lyrics by C. M. S. McClellan, music by Ivan Caryll. Municipal Open Air Theatre, St. Louis Missouri.
1213 The Rat Race, 1950
By Garson Kanin. Ethel Barrymore Theater, New York.
1213 The Red Mill, 1950
Book and lyrics by Henry Blossom, music by Victor Herbert. State Fairgrounds, Indianapolis.
1213 Gullible's Travels, Southern Exposure, The Brash Monkey, Other Cheek, My Man Friday, On Second Thought, Mister Noah, About Face, 1950 (2 Copies and Large Program)
By Repertory of Puppet Musical Comedies and Intimate Revues. Turnabout Theatre, Hollywood California.
1213 South Pacific, 1950
Music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd. Civic Light Opera Philharmonic Auditorium, Los Angeles California.
1213 South Pacific, 1950
Music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd. Cleveland Music Hall, Cleveland Ohio.
1213 South Pacific, 1950
Music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd. Majestic Theatre, New York.
1214 Talent 50, 1950
, presented by the stage manager's club. Anta Playhouse-The Guild Theatre, New York.
1214 Texas, Li'l Darlin', 1950 (2 Copies)
By John Whedon and Sam Moore. Mark Hellinger Theater, New York.
1214 That Lady, 1950
By Kate O'Brien. Martin Beck Theater, New York.
1214 The Three Bears, 1950
By Charlotte B. Chorpenning. Barbizon-Plaza Theatre, New York.
1214 Ticket's Please, 1950 (4 Copies; 2 Cover Designs)
By Harry Hermann, Edmund Rice, Jack Roche and Ted Luce. Coronet Theatre, New York.
1214 Trio, 1950
By Dorothy and Howard Baker. The Repertory Theatre, New York.
1214 Tsk! Tsk! Paree, 1950
Music by Victor Young, lyrics by Edward Heyman. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
1214 Tsk! Tsk! Tsk! Paree, 1950
Music by Victor Young, lyrics by Edward Heyman. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
1214 The Velvet Glove, 1950
By Rosemary Casey. John Golden Theater, New York.
1214 Where's Charley?, 1950
Book by George Abbott, words and music by Frank Loesser. The St, James Theatre, New York.
1214 The Wisteria Trees, 1950
By Joshua Logan. The Martin Beck Theatre, New York.
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131 Affairs of State, 1951
By Louis Verneuil. The Music Box Theater, New York.
131 Annie Get Your Gun, 1951
Book by Dorothy and Herbert Fields, music and lyrics by Irving Berlin. State Fairgrounds, Indianapolis Indiana.
131 Annie Get Your Gun, 1951 (2 Copies)
Book by Dorothy and Herbert Fields, music and lyrics by Irving Berlin. War Memorial Opera House, San Francisco California.
131 Bittersweet, 1951
By Noël Coward. War Memorial Opera House, San Francisco California.
131 Bless You All, 1951
By Arnold Auerbach. Mark Hellinger Theater, New York.
131 Bloomer Girl, 1951
Music by Harold Arlen, lyrics by E.Y. Harburg, book by Sid Herzig and Fred Saidy. War Memorial Opera House, San Francisco California.
131 Borscht Capades, 1951
By Mickey Katz. Royale Theater, New York.
131 Call Me Madame, 1951
By Irving Berlin. The Imperial Theater, New York.
131 The Captive, 1951
By Edouard Bourdet. San Francisco Repertory Theatre, San Francisco California.
131 Clutterbuck, 1951
By Ben W. Levy. Bucks County Playhouse, New Hope Pennsylvania.
131 The Country Girl, 1951
By Clifford Odets. Lyceum Theatre, New York.
132 Detective Story, 1951
By Sidney Kingsley. Harout's Ivar Theatre, Los Angeles California.
132 Diamond Lil, 1951 (2 Copies)
By Mae West. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
132 Diamond Lil, 1951
By Mae West. Geary Theatre, New York.
132 Faithfully Yours, 1951
By Jean Berard-Luc. Coronet Theater, New York.
132 Finian's Rainbow, 1951
Book by E.Y. Harburg and Fred Saidy, lyrics by E.Y. Harburg, music by Burton Lane. War Memorial Opera House, San Francisco California.
132 The Firefly, 1951
Book and lyrics by Otto Hauerbach. State Fairgrounds, Indianapolis Indiana.
132 Flahooley, 1951
By E. Y. Harburg and Fred Saidy. The Broadhurst Theater, New York.
132 The Fourposter, 1951
By Jan de Hartog. Ethel Barrymore Theater, New York.
132 Getting Married, 1951
By Bernard Shaw, The Anta Playhouse, New York.
132 Girl Crazy, 1951
Music by George Gershwin, lyrics by Ira Gershwin, book by Guy Bolton and Jack McGowan. War Memorial Opera House, San Francisco California.
132 Glad Tidings, 1951
By Edward Mabley. The Lyceum Theater, New York.
132 Glad Tidings, 1951
By Edward Mabley. The SPA Summer Theater, Saratoga Springs New York.
132 The Grand Tour, 1951
By Elmer Rice. Martin Beck Theatre, New York.
132 Guys and Dolls, 1951
By Damon Runyon. Forty-Sixth Street Theater, New York.
132 Guys and Dolls, 1951
By Damon Runyon. The Hanna Theatre, New York.
133 I Am A Camera, 1951
By John Van Druten. The Empire Theater, New York.
133 The Innocents, 1951
By William Archibald. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
133 The King and I, 1951 (3 Copies; 2 Cover Designs)
By Oscar Hammerstein The Second. St. James Theater, New York.
133 Lace on Her Petticoat, 1951
By Aimee Stuart. The Booth Theater, New York.
133 L'Ecole Des Femmes, 1951
By Moliere. Anta Playhouse, New York.
133 Love and Let Love, 1951
By Louis Verneuil. The Plymouth Theater, New York.
134 Make A Wish, 1951
By Preston Sturges. Winter Garden, New York.
134 The Man, 1951
Directed by Martin Ritt [with Dorothy Gish]. Fulton Theatre, New York.
134 Member of the Wedding, 1951
By Carson McCullers. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
134 Merry-Go-Round, 1951
By Sam Coslow. Belmont Theatre, Los Angeles California.
134 The Merry Widow, 1951
Book revised by Milton Lazarus, produced by Edwin Lester. Civic Light Opera, Los Angeles California.
134 Michael Todd's Peep Show, 1951
By Hassard Short. Winter Garden Theater, New York.
134 Miss Liberty, 1951
Book by Robert E. Sherwood, music and lyrics by Irving Berlin. Cass Theatre, Cass City Michigan.
134 Mister Roberts, 1951
By Thomas Heggen and Joshua Logan. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
134 Mister Roberts, 1951
By Thomas Heggen and Joshua Logan. Geary Theatre, San Francisco California.
134 The Moon is Blue, 1951 (2 Copies)
By F. Hugh Herbert. Henry Miller's Theater, New York.
134 My L. A., 1951
Music by Sammy Fain, lyrics by Paul Francis Webster. Forvm Theatre, Pittsburg Pennsylvania.
134 Nina, 1951
By Andre Roussin. Royale Theater, New York.
134 No Time For Comedy, 1951
By S. N. Berman, produced and directed by Ilse Stanley. Centre Playhouse, Rockville Centre, New York.
134 The Number, 1951
By Arthur Carter. Biltmore Theater, New York.
135 Out Of This World, 1951
By Cole Porter. New Century Theater, New York.
135 Palace Two-a-day, 1951 (2 Copies)
Conducted by Don Albert, RKO Palace Theater, New York.
135 Remains to be Seen, 1951 (2 Copies)
By Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Morosco Theater, New York.
135 Romeo and Juliet, 1951
By William Shakespeare. The Broadhurst Theater, New York.
135 The Rose Tattoo, 1951 (2 Copies)
By Tennessee Williams. Martin Beck Theater, New York.
136 Second Threshold, 1951 (2 Copies)
By Hugh Reilly with revisions by Robert E. Sherwood. The Morocco Theatre, New York.
136 See Naples and Die, 1951
By Elmer Rice. Long Island University Workshop Theatre, Long Island.
136 Seventeen, 1951 (2 Copies)
By Hassard Short. The Broadhurst Theater, New York.
136 The Small Hours, 1951 (2 Copies)
By George S. Kaufman and Leueen Macgrath. National Theatre, New York.
136 The Square Needle, 1951
By Samuel W. Taylor. The Downtown Theatre, San Francisco California.
136 Stalag 17, 1951
By Donald Bevan and Edmund Trzcinski. Forty-Eighth Street Theater, New York.
136 Strictly Informal, 1951
By George Tibbles and Ramey Idriss. Bush Street Theatre, San Francisco California.
136 Three Wishes for Jamie, 1951
Book by Charles O'Neal and Charles Lederer, music and lyrics by Ralph Blane. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
136 Tin Pan Alec, 1951
By Dian Manners and Johnny Clark. The Call Board Theatre, Hollywood California.
136 Top Banana, 1951
By Hy Kraft. Winter Garden Theater, New York.
136 A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, 1951 (2 Copies)
By Betty Smith and George Abbott. Alvin Theater, New York.
136 Two on the Aisle, 1951 (2 Copies)
By Betty Comden and Adoplphe Green. Mark Hellinger Theater, New York.
137 Affairs of State, 1952
By Louis Verneuil. Carthay Circle Theatre, Los Angeles California.
137 Bell, Book and Candle, 1952
By John Van Druten. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
137 Caesar and Cleopatra, 1952
Directed by Bernard Shaw. Antony and Cleopatra, directed by Michael Benthall. The Ziegfeld Theatre, New York.
137 Call Me Madame, 1952
By Irving Berlin. Civic Light Opera Philharmonic Auditoria, Los Angeles California.
137 Call Me Madame, 1952
By Irving Berlin. The Imperial Theater, New York.
137 Come of Age, 1952
By Clemence Dane and Richard Addinsell. New York City Center of Music and Drama, New York.
137 The Country Girl, 1952
By Clifford Odets. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
137 Darkness at Noon, 1952
By Sidney Kingsley. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
137 Don Juan in Hell, 1952
By Bernard Shaw. Philharmonic Auditorium, Los Angeles California.
137 The Fourposter, 1952
By Jan de Hartog. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
138 Guys and Dolls, 1952
Book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows, music and lyrics by Frank Loesser. Forty-Sixth Street Theatre, New York.
138 Guys and Dolls, 1952
Book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows, music and lyrics by Frank Loesser. The Sam S. Shubert Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
138 I am a Camera, 1952
By John Van Druten. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
138 I am a Camera, 1952
By John Van Druten. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
138 Jollyanna, 1952
Book and lyrics by E. Y. Harburg and Fred Saidy, music by Sammy Fain. Philharmonic Auditorium, Los Angeles California.
138 The Judy Garland Show, 1952
By Judy Garland and her International Variety Show. Philharmonic Auditorium, Los Angeles California.
138 The King and I, 1952
Music by Richard Rodgers, book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd. St. James Theatre, New York.
138 Ladies' Voices, 1952
By Gertrude Stein. The Cherry Lane Theatre, New York.
139 The Member of the Wedding, 1952
By Carson McCullers. Hanna Theatre, Cleveland Ohio.
139 The Millionairess, 1952 (2 Copies)
By Bernard Shaw. Sam S. Schubert Theater, New York.
139 The Moon is Blue, 1952
By F. Hugh Herbert. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
139 The Moon is Blue, 1952
By F. Hugh Herbert. Henry Miller's Theatre, New York.
139 My Darling Aida, 1952
By Charles Friedman. The Winter Garden, New York.
139 New Faces of 1952, 1952 (2 Copies)
By Ronny Graham, Peter Devries, and Melvin Brooks. Royale Theater, New York.
139 Of Thee I Sing, 1952
Book by George S. Kaufman and Morrie Ryskind, music by George Gershwin, lyrics by Ira Gershwin. The Ziegfeld Theatre, New York.
139 Oklahoma!, 1952 (3 Copies)
Music by Richard Rodgers, book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd. Geary Theatre, San Francisco California.
1310 Point of No Return, 1952
By Paul Osborn. Alvin Theatre, New York.
1310 Pal Joey, 1952 (3 Copies)
Music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz HartBook by John O'Hara. The Broadhurst Theatre, New York.
1310 Remains to be Seen, 1952
By Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. United Nations Theatre, San Francisco California.
1310 The Rose Tattoo, 1952
By Tennessee Williams. The Hanna Theatre, Cleveland Ohio.
1310 South Pacific, 1952
Music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd. Philharmonic Auditorium, Los Angeles California.
1310 Stalag 17, 1952
By Donald Bevan and Edmund Trzcinski. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
1311 The Time of The Cuckoo, 1952
By Arthur Laurents. Then Empire Theatre, New York.
1311 Top Banana, 1952 (2 Copies)
Book by Hy Kraft, words and music by Johnny Mercer. The Winter Garden Theatre, New York.
1311 The Triumph of the Cross, 1952
By Rev. Thomas L. O'Brien, S.J. The University Theatre, San Francisco California.
1311 Two's Company, 1952 (2 Copies)
By Ogden Nash. The Alvin Theater, New York.
1311 Wish You Were Here, 1952
By Arthur Kober and Joshua Logan. Imperial Theater, New York.
1312 Adam, 1953
Music by Robert Bollard. The Neighborhood Playhouse Theatre, New York.
1312 Anna Russell, 1953
International concert comedian. Carnegie Hall, New York.
1312 At Home With Ethel Waters, 1953
Forty-Eighth Street Theatre, New York.
1312 The Bat, 1953
By Mary Roberts Rhinehart, and Avery Hopwood. National Theater, New York.
1312 Camino Real, 1953
By Tennessee Williams. National Theater, New York.
1312 Carnival in Flanders, 1953
By Preston Sturges. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
1312 Carnival in Flanders, 1953
By Preston Sturges. New Century Theater, New York.
1312 The Children's Hour, 1953
By Lillian Hellman. Coronet Theater, New York.
1312 The Constant Wife, 1953
By W. Somerset Maugham. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
1312 The Crucible, 1953
By Arthur Miller. Martin Beck Theater, New York.
1312 A Date With April, 1953
By George Batson. The Royale Theatre, New York.
1312 End as a Man, 1953
By Calder Willingham. The Vanderbilt Theatre, New York.
1313 The Frogs of Spring, 1953
By Nathaniel Benchley. The Broadhurst Theater, New York.
1313 Gigi, 1953
By Anita Loos. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
1313 A Girl Can Tell, 1953
By F. Hugh Herbert. Royale Theatre, New York.
1313 God Had Seven Days, 1953
By Henry Misrock. The American Academy Theatre, New York.
1313 The Grass Harp, 1953
By Truman Capote. Circle in the Square, New York.
1313 Great to be Alive, 1953
Book by Walter Bullock and Sylvia Regan, lyrics by Walter Bullock, music by Abraham Ellstein. Las Palmas Theatre, Los Angeles California.
1313 Guys and Dolls, 1953
Music and lyrics by Frank Loesser, book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
1313 Have You Heard This One, 1953
By Paul Leslie. Cherry Lane Theatre, New York.
1313 John Brown's Body, 1953
By Stephen Vincent Benet. Beverly Hills High School Auditorium, Beverly Hills California.
1313 John Brown's Body, 1953
By Stephen Vincent Benet. New Century Theater, New York.
1313 Kismet, 1953
Music by Alexander Borodin, book by Charles Lederer and Luther Davis, based on the play by Edward Knoblock. Civic Light Opera, Los Angeles California.
1313 The Ladies of the Corridor, 1953
By Dorothy Parker and Arnaud D'Usseau. Longacre Theater, New York.
1313 The Little Hut, 1953
By Andre Roussin. Plymouth Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
1313 The Long Street, 1953
By Gant Gaither [with Betsy Von Furstenberg]. Sea Cliff Summer Theatre, New York.
1313 The Love of Four Colonels, 1953
By Peter Ustinov. The Broadhurst Theatre, New York.
1313 The Love of Four Colonels, 1953
By Peter Ustinov. The Sam S. Shubert Theatre, New York.
1314 The Male Animal, 1953
By James Thurber and Elliott Nugent. Blackstone Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
1314 Misalliance, 1953
By Bernard Shaw. Ethel Barrymore Theater, New York.
1314 On Borrowed Time, 1953
By Paul Osborn. Forty Eighth Street Theater, New York.
1314 Picnic, 1953 (2 Copies)
By William Inge. The Music Box, New York.
1314 The Point of No Return, 1953
By Paul Osborn. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
1314 Rip Van Winkle, 1953
Book and lyrics by Morton Da Costa, music by Edwin McArthur. Municipal Open Air Theatre, St. Louis Missouri.
1314 Sabrina Fair, 1953
By Samuel Taylor. National Theater, New York.
1314 The Shrike, 1953
by Joseph Kramm. New York City Center, New York.
1314 The Simpleton of the Unexpected Isles, 1953
By Bernard Shaw. Davenport Theatre, New York.
1314 South Pacific, 1953
Book by Oscar Hammerstein2nd and Joshua Logan, music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd. Murat Theatre, Indianapolis Indiana.
1314 The Strong Are Lonely, 1953
By Fritz Hochwalder. The Broadhurst Theater, New York.
1315 Tea and Sympathy, 1953
By Robert Anderson. Ethel Barrymore Theater, New York.
1315 The Teahouse of The August Moon, 1953
By John Patrick, based on the Novel by Vern Sneider. The Martin Beck Theatre, New York.
1315 Top Banana, 1953
Book by Hy Kraft, words and music by Johnny Mercer. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
1315 The Trip to Bountiful, 1953 (2 Copies)
By Horton Foote. Henry Miller's Theater, New York.
1315 Voice! Paris!, 1953
Music by Donn Arden. Frank Sennes' Moulin Rouge, Los Angeles California.
1315 Wonderful Town, 1953
By Joseph Fields and Jerome Chodorov. Winter Garden, New York.
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141 All Summer Long, 1954
By Robert Anderson. Coronet Theater, New York.
141 Bad Seed, 1954
By Maxwell Anderson. Forty-Sixth Street Theatre, New York.
141 The Boy Friend, 1954
By Sandy Wilson. Royale Theatre, New York.
141 Brigadoon, 1954
Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe. Los Angeles Civic Light Opera, Los Angeles California.
141 By The Beautiful Sea, 1954
By Herbert and Dorothy Fields. Forrest Theater, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
141 By The Beautiful Sea, 1954 (2 Copies)
By Herbert and Dorothy Fields. Imperial Theatre, New York.
141 By The Beautiful Sea, 1954
By Herbert and Dorothy Fields. Majestic Theater, New York.
141 The Caine Mutiny Court Martial, 1954 (2 Copies)
By Herman Wouk. Plymouth Theatre, New York.
141 Ca C'est Paris, 1954
Music and lyrics by Pony Sherrell and Phil Moody. Frank Sennes' Moulin Rouge, Los Angeles California.
141 Can-Can, 1954
By Abe Burrows. Sam S. Shubert Theater, New York.
141 The Corn is Green, 1954
By Emlyn Williams. Equity Liberty Theatre, Carnegie Oklahoma.
142 Damn Yankees, 1954
Book by George Abbott and Douglass Wallop, music and lyrics by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross. Philharmonic Auditorium, Los Angeles California.
142 Dear Charles, 1954
By Marc-Gilbert Sauvajon and Frederick Jackson. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
142 El Dorado, 1954
By Ed Hennessy. Las Palmas Theatre, Los Angeles California.
142 Face to Face, 1954
Huntington Hartford Theatre, Los Angeles California.
142 Fanny, 1954 (2 Copies)
By S.N. Behrman and Joshua Logan. Majestic Theater, New York.
142 The Fifth Season, 1954
By Sylvia Regan. Erlanger Theatre, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
142 The Flowering Peach, 1954
By Clifford Odets. Belasco Theatre, New York.
142 Fragile Fox, 1954
By Norman A. Brooks. Belasco Theater, New York.
142 The Golden Apple, 1954
Written by John Latouche, music by Jerome Moross. Alvin Theatre, New York.
142 House of Flowers, 1954
By Truman Capote and Harold Arlens. Alvin Theater, New York.
143 The Immoralist, 1954
By Ruth and Augustus Goetz. Royale Theatre, New York.
143 In the Summer House, 1954
By Jane Bowles. The Playhouse, New York.
143 Jenny Kissed Me, 1954
By Jean Kerr. Pasadena Playhouse, Pasadena California.
143 John Murray Anderson's Almanac, 1954
Music and lyrics by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross. Imperial Theatre, New York.
143 Joy Ride, 1954
Music and lyrics by Michael Stewart, Charles Strausse, Danny and Neil Simon, and others. Huntington Hartford Theatre, Los Angeles California.
143 The King and I, 1954
By Oscar Hammerstein the second. Civic Light Opera Philharmonic Auditorium, Los Angeles California.
143 The King and I, 1954
By Oscar Hammerstein the second. Murat Theater, Indianapolis, Indiana.
143 The King and I, 1954
By Oscar Hammerstein the second. State Fair Auditorium of Texas, Dallas Texas.
143 Kismet, 1954
By Charles Lederer and Luther Davis. Civic Light Opera Philharmonic Auditorium, Los Angeles California.
143 Kismet, 1954 (3 Copies)
By Charles Lederer and Luther Davis. The Ziegfeld Theater, New York.
143 The Little Hut, 1954
By Andre Roussin. Carthay Circle Theatre, Los Angeles California.
144 New Faces of 1952, 1954
Music and lyrics by Ronny Graham, Arthur Scegel, June Carroll, Sheldon Harnick, and Michael Brown. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
144 Oh, Men! Oh, Women!, 1954
By Edward Chodorov. Henry Miller's Theatre , New York.
144 Ondine, 1954 (2 Copies)
By Jean Giraudoux. Forty-Sixth Street Theatre, New York.
144 The Pajama Game, 1954 (2 Copies)
By George Abbott and Richard Bissel. St. James Theater, New York.
144 Peter Pan, 1954
by James M. Barrie. Los Angeles Civic Light Opera, Los Angeles California.
144 Picnic, 1954
By William Inge. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
144 Quadrille, 1954 (2 Copies)
By Noël Coward. Coronet Theater, New York.
145 Reclining Figure, 1954
By Harry Kurnitz. Lyceum Theater, New York.
145 The Remarkable Mr. Pennypacker, 1954
By Liam O'Brien. Coronet Theatre, New York.
145 Romeo and Juliet, 1954
By William Shakespeare, adapted for the screen and directed by Renato Castellani. The Stage Door Theatre, Margate Florida.
145 Sabrina Fair, 1954
By Samuel Taylor. National Theatre, New York.
145 Sailor's Delight, 1954
By Peter Blackmore. Huntington Hartford Theatre, Los Angeles California.
145 Sandhog, 1954
By Earl Robinson and Waldo Salt, based on the short story, St. Columba and The River, by Theodore Dreiser. The Phoenix Theatre, New York.
145 The Seven Year Itch, 1954
By George Axelrod. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
145 The Seven Year Itch, 1954
By George Axelrod. Fulton Theatre, New York.
145 The Solid Gold Cadillac, 1954
By Howard Teichman and George S. Kaufman. The Music Box Theater, New York.
146 The Teahouse of the August Moon, 1954
By John Patrick. Biltmore Theater, Los Angeles California.
146 The Teahouse of the August Moon, 1954 (2 Copies)
By John Patrick. Martin Beck Theater, New York.
146 That's Life, 1954 (2 Copies)
Music and lyrics by Jay Livingston, Ray Evans, Phil Shuken, and others. Las Palmas Theatre, Los Angeles California.
146 The Threepenny Opera, 1954
Book by Bert Brecht, lyrics by Marc Blitzstein, music by Kurt Weill. Theatre de Lys, New York.
146 Time Out For Ginger, 1954
By Ronald Alexander. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
146 The Traveling Lady, 1954 (2 Copies)
By Horton Foote. The Playhouse, New York.
146 Wedding Breakfast, 1954
By Theodore Reeves. Forty-Eighth Street Theatre, New York.
146 What Every Woman Knows, 1954
By Sir James M. Barrie. Huntington Hartford Theatre, Los Angeles California.
146 Wish You Were Here, 1954
By Arthur Kober and Joshua Logan, based on Mr. Kober's play Having Wonderful Time, The Sam S. Shubert Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
146 Witness For the Prosecution, 1954
By Agatha Christie. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
147 Anastasia, 1955
By Marcelle Maurette. The Lyceum Theater, New York.
147 Anniversary Waltz, 1955
By Jerome Chodorov and Joseph Fields. Alcazar Theatre, San Francisco California.
147 Anniversary Waltz, 1955
By Jerome Chodorov and Joseph Fields. Carthay Circle Theatre, Los Angeles California.
147 The Boyfriend, 1955
Book, music and lyrics by Sandy Wilson. The Royale Theatre, New York.
147 Bus Stop, 1955 (2 Copies)
By William Inge. The Music Box, New York.
147 The Caine Mutiny Courtmartial, 1955
By Herman Wouk. Huntington Hartford Theatre, Los Angeles California.
147 Can- Can, 1955
By Cole Porter, book and direction by Abe Burrows. The Sam S. Shubert Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
147 Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, 1955 (4 Copies; 2 Cover Designs)
By Tennessee Williams. Morosco Theater, New York.
147 The Chalk Garden, 1955 (2 Copies)
By Enid Bagnold. Ethel Barrymore Theater, New York.
147 Champagne Complex, 1955
By Leslie Stevens. Cort Theatre, New York.
147 Cocktail Revue, 1955
By and for the benefit of Equity Library Theatre Inc. Belmont Plaza Hotel, New York.
148 Damn Yankees, 1955
By Douglas Wallop. Forty-Sixth Street Theater, New York.
148 Deadfall, 1955
By Leonard Lee. Holiday Theater, New York.
148 Dear Charles, 1955
By Marc-Gilbert Sauvajon and Frederick Jackson. Alcazar, New York.
148 The Desperate Hours, 1955
By Joseph Hayes. Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York.
148 Dial 'M' For Murder, 1955
By Frederick Knott. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
148 Edith Piaf and Her Continental Revue, 1955
Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
148 An Evening With Beatrice Lillie, 1955
Directed by Mr. Dowling. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
148 The Girl On the Via Flaminia, 1955
By Alfred Hayes. The Robin Hood Theatre, Wilmington, Delaware.
148 Guys and Dolls, 1955 (2 Copies; 1 Lacking Cover)
Music and lyrics by Frank Loesser, book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows. New York City Center, New York.
149 House of Flowers, 1955 (3 Copies; 1 Incomplete)
Book by Truman Capote, music by Harold Arlen, lyrics by Capote and Arlen. Alvin Theatre, New York.
149 Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure..., 1955 (2 Copies)
By Joyce Grenfell. The Bijou Theater, New York.
149 The Littlest Revue, 1955
Lyrics and music by Ogden Nash and Vernon Duke. The Phoenix Theatre, New York.
149 Lunatics and Lovers, 1955
By Sidney Kingsley. Carthay Circle Theatre, Los Angeles California.
149 A Month in the Country, 1955
By Ivan Turgenev. Phoenix Theatre, New York.
149 My Three Angels, 1955
By Sam and Bella Spewack. Pasadena Playhouse, Pasadena California.
149 No Time For Sergeants, 1955 (3 Copies)
By Ira Levin. Alvin Theater. New York.
1410 Oh, Men! Oh, Women!, 1955
By Edward Chodorov. Carthay Circle Theatre, Los Angeles California.
1410 Once Upon a Tailor, 1955
By Baruch Lumet. Cort Theatre, New York.
1410 The Pajama Game, 1955
Book by George Abbott and Richard Bissell, music and lyrics by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross. Civic Light Opera Philharmonic Auditorium, Los Angeles California.
1410 The Pajama Game, 1955
Book by George Abbott and Richard Bissell, music and lyrics by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
1410 Paris, Toujours!, 1955
Music and lyrics by Pony Sherrell and Phil Moody. Frank Sennes' Moulin Rouge, Los Angeles California.
1410 Peter Pan, 1955 (2 Copies)
By James M. Barrie, lyrics by Carolyn Leigh, music by Mark Charlap. Winter Garden, New York.
1410 Phoenix '55, 1955
Music by David Baker, lyrics by David Craig. The Phoenix Theatre, New York.
1410 Plain and Fancy, 1955
Book by Joseph Stein and Will Glickman, lyrics by Arnold B. Horwitt, music by Albert Hague. Philharmonic Auditorium, Los Angeles California.
1410 Picnic, 1955
By William Inge. The Robin Good Theatre, Wilmington Delaware.
1410 A Roomful of Roses, 1955
By Edith Sommer. The Playhouse, New York.
1411 Sabrina Fair, 1955
By Samuel Taylor. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
1411 The Saint of Bleecker Street, 1955
By Gian-Carlo Menotti. The Broadway Theatre, New York.
1411 Shoestring Revue, 1955
Lyrics by Bud McCreery, Mike Stewar, Ronny Graham, music by Arthur Siegel, Charles Strouse, Ken Welch. The President Theatre, Manchester Georgia.
1411 The Shrike, 1955
By Joseph Kramm. Carthay Circle Theatre, Los Angeles California.
1411 Silk Stockings, 1955 (2 Copies)
By Cole Porter. Imperial Theater, New York.
1411 The Skin of Our Teeth, 1955
By Thornton Wilder. American Legion Hall, Mineola New York.
1411 Solid Gold Cadillac, 1955
By Howard Teichmann and George S. Kaufman. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
1412 Tea and Sympathy, 1955
By Robert Anderson. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
1412 The Teahouse of the August Moon, 1955 (2 Copies)
By John Patrick. Biltmore Theatre Los Angeles California.
1412 The Teahouse of the August Moon, 1955
By John Patrick. Martin Beck Theatre, New York.
1412 Time Limit, 1955
By Henry Denker and Ralph Berkey. Ford's Theatre Baltimore Maryland.
1412 Three For Tonight, 1955
Lyrics by Robert Wells, music by Walter Schumann. Plymouth Theatre, New York.
1412 Tiger at the Gates, 1955
By Jean Giraudoux. The Helen Hayes Theater, New York.
1412 Tiger at the Gates, 1955
By Jean Giraudoux. The Plymouth Theater, New York.
1413 A View From The Bridge, 1955 (2 Copies)
By Arthur Miller. Coronet Theater, New York.
1413 Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?, 1955 (2 Copies)
By George Axelrod. Belasco Theater, New York.
1413 Witness for the Prosecution, 1955
By Agatha Christie. Henry Miller's Theater, New York.
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151 The Bad Seed, 1956
By Maxwell Anderson, adapted from the novel by William March. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
151 The Boyfriend, 1956
Book, music and lyrics by Sandy Wilson. The Blackstone Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
151 The Boyfriend, 1956
Book, music and lyrics by Sandy Wilson. Los Angeles Civic Light Opera, Los Angeles California.
151 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, 1956
By Tennessee Williams. Ford's Theatre, Baltimore Maryland.
151 C'est La Vie, 1956 (2 Copies)
Music and lyrics by Pony Sherrell and Phil Moody. Frank Sennes' Moulin Rouge, Los Angeles California.
151 Damn Yankees, 1956
Book by George Abbot and Douglas Wallop, music and lyrics by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross. Forty-Sixth Street Theatre, New York.
151 The Diary of Anne Frank, 1956
By Anne Frank, dramatized by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett. Cort Theatre, New York.
151 Fallen Angels, 1956
By Noël Coward. The Playhouse, New York.
151 The Great Sebastians, 1956
By Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. ANTA Theatre, New York.
151 The Great Sebastians, 1956
By Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. The Biltmore Theatre, New York.
152 Inherit The Wind, 1956
By Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. The Blackstone Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
152 Inherit The Wind, 1956
By Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. Huntington Hartford Theatre, Hollywood California.
152 Inherit The Wind, 1956
By Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. The National Theatre, New York.
152 Judy Garland, 1956
Music and lyrics by Roger Edens and Kay Thompson. RKO Palace Theatre, New York.
152 Kismet, 1956
Book by Charles Lederer and Luther DavisBased on a play by Edward Knoblock. Westbury Music Fair At Brush Hollow Road, Westbury New York.
152 The Lark, 1956
By Jean Anouilh, adapted by Lillian Hellman. Longacre Theatre, New York.
152 Long Day's Journey Into Night, 1956
By Eugene O'Neill. Helen Hayes Theater, New York.
152 The Matchmaker, 1956 (2 Copies; Different Covers)
By Thornton Wilder. Royale Theatre, New York.
152 My Fair Lady, 1956 (3 Copies)
Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe. Mark Hellinger Theatre, New York.
153 No Tim For Sergeants, 1956
By Ira Levin, adapted from the novel by Mac Hyman. Alvin Theatre, New York.
153 Out Of This World, 1956
Book by Dwight Taylor and Reginald Lawrence. The Music Theatre, Highland Park Illinois.
153 Paris, Toujours!, 1956 (2 Copies)
Music and lyrics by Pony Sherrell and Phil Moody. Frank Sennes' Moulin Rouge, Los Angeles California.
153 The Red Mill, 1956
By Victor Herbert. Greek Theatre, Los Angeles California.
153 Silk Stockings, 1956
Music and lyrics by Cole Porter, book by George S. Kaufman, Leuleen Macgrath and Abe Burrows. Los Angeles Civic Light Opera, Los Angeles California.
153 A Streetcar Named Desire, 1956
By Tennessee Williams. New York City Center, New York.
153 What's The Rush, 1956
Production directed by David Alexander with Charles Strouse and Lee Adams. Hinsdale Summer Theatre, Hinsdale Illinois.
153 Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?, 1956
By George Axelrod. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
153 Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?, 1956
By George Axelrod. Ford's Theatre, Baltimore Maryland.
154 Auntie Mame, 1957 (2 Copies)
By Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. The Broadhurst Theater, New York.
154 Bells are Ringing, 1957 (4 Copies)
By Betty Comden and Adolph Green. Sam S. Schubert Theater, New York.
154 Billy Barnes Show, 1957
Words and music by Billy Barnes. Cabaret Concert Theatre, New York.
154 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, 1957
By Tennessee Williams. Huntington Hartford Theatre, Los Angeles California.
154 The Chalk Garden, 1957
By Enid Bagnold. Ford's Theatre, Baltimore Maryland.
154 The Country Wife, 1957
By William Wycherley. Henry Miller's Theatre, New York.
154 The Diary of Anne Frank, 1957
Dramatized by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett. Cort Theatre, New York.
155 Fanny, 1957
Book by S.N. Behrman and Joshua Logan, music and lyrics by Harold Rome. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
155 The 5th Season, 1957
By Sylvia Regan. Civic Playhouse, Los Angeles California.
155 Fiorello!, 1957
Book by Jerome Weidman and George Abbott, music by Jerry Bock, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
155 Four Winds, 1957
By Thomas W. Phipps. Cort Theater, New York.
155 The Gimmick, 1957
By Joseph Julian. Elitch's, New York.
155 The Happiest Millionaire, 1957 (2 Copies)
By Kyle Crichton. Lyceum Theater, New York.
155 Happy Hunting, 1957
By Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Majestic Theater, New York.
155 A Hatful of Rain, 1957
By Michael V. Gazzo. Huntington Hartford Theatre, Los Angeles California.
155 A Hole in the Head, 1957
By Arnold Schulman. The Plymouth Theater, New York.
155 Holiday for Lovers, 1957
By Ronald Alexander. Longacre Theater, New York.
155 Jamaica, 1957 (2 Copies; Different Covers)
By E. Y. Harburg and Fred Sady. Imperial Theater, New York.
156 Li'l Abner, 1957 (2 Copies)
By Norman Panama and Melvin Frank. St. James Theater, New York.
156 Long Day's Journey Into Night, 1957
Directed by Jose Quintero. Helen Hayes Theatre, New York.
156 The Loud Red Patrick, 1957
By John Boruff, from the novel written by Ruth McKenney. The Merry-Go-Round Theatre, Southbridge Massachusetts.
156 Mask and Gown, 1957
By Ronny Graham and Sidney Carroll. John Golden Theater, New York.
156 The Minotaur, 1957
By Robert Thom. Westport Country Playhouse, Westport Connecticut.
156 My Fair Lady, 1957
By Alan Jay Lerner. Civic Light Opera Philharmonic Auditorium, Los Angeles California.
156 My Fair Lady, 1957
By Alan Jay Lerner. Civic Light Opera, San Francisco California.
156 My Fair Lady, 1957 (2 Copies)
By Alan Jay Lerner. Mark Hellinger Theater, New York.
157 Nature's Way, 1957
By Herman Wouk. Coronet Theatre, New York.
157 New Girl in Town, 1957
By Eugene O'Neill. Forty-Sixth Street Theater, New York.
157 No Time For Sergeants, 1957
By Ira Levin. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
157 Nude With Violin, 1957
By Noël Coward. Huntington Hartford Theatre, Los Angeles California.
157 Othello, 1957
By William Shakespeare. American Shakespeare Festival, Stratford Connecticut.
157 The Pajama Game, 1957
Book by George Abbott and Richard Bissell. The Music Theatre, Highland Park Illinois.
157 Separate Tables, 1957
Two plays by Terence Rattigan. The Music Box Theatre, New York.
157 The Tunnel of Love, 1957
By Joseph Fields and Peter Devries. Royale Theater, New York.
157 Visit to a Small Planet, 1957 (3 Copies; 2 Cover Designs)
By Gore Vidal. The Booth Theater, New York.
157 The Waltz of the Toreadors, 1957
By Jean Anouilh. Coronet Theatre, New York.
158 At the Grand, 1958
Book by Luther Davis, music and lyrics by Robert Wright and George Forrest. Philharmonic Auditorium, Los Angeles California.
158 Bells Are Ringing, 1958
Book and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, New York.
158 The Billy Barnes Revue, 1958 (2 Copies)
Music and lyrics by Billy Barnes. Las Palmas Theatre, Los Angeles California.
158 Blackouts of 1959, 1958
By Ken Murray. Ritz Theatre, Los Angeles California.
158 The Body Beautiful, 1958
Book by Joseph Stein and Will Glickman, music by Jerry Bock, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick. The Broadway Theatre, New York.
158 Crazy October, 1958
By James Leo Herlihy. Huntington Hartford Theatre, Los Angeles California.
158 The Dark at the Top of the Stairs, 1958
By William Inge. The Music Box, New York.
158 Edwin Booth, 1958
By Milton Geiger. Huntington Hartford Theatre, Los Angeles California.
158 The Entertainer, 1958
By John Osborne. Royale Theater, New York.
158 Epitaph for George Dillon, 1958
By John Osborne and Anthony Creighton. Ford's Theatre, Baltimore Maryland.
159 Finian's Rainbow, 1958
Book by E. Y. Harburg and Fred Saidy, lyrics by E. Y. Harburg, music by Burton Lane. Municipal Opera, St. Louis Missouri.
159 From the Top, 1958
Lyrics and music by Paul Rosner, Claibe Richardson, and others. Tamiment Playhouse, Tamiment Pennsylvania.
159 The Gazebo, 1958
By Alec Coppel. The Lyceum Theatre, New York.
159 Goldilocks, 1958 (2 Copies; Different Covers)
Book by Walter and Jean Kerr, music by Leroy Anderson, lyrics by Joan Ford, Walter and Jean Kerr. Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, New York.
159 Joyce Grenfell, 1958
An evening of Candid Snapshots. Huntington Hartford Theatre, Los Angeles California.
159 King of Hearts, 1958
By Jean Kerr and Eleanor Brooke. Threshold Theatre, Garden City Long Island.
159 Li'l Abner, 1958
Book by Norman Panama and Melvin Frank and based on the characters created by Al Capp. St. James Theatre, New York.
159 Long Day's Journey Into Night, 1958
By Eugene O'Neill. Ford's Theatre, Baltimore Maryland.
159 Long Day's Journey Into Night, 1958
By Eugene O'Neill. Helen Hayes Theatre, New York.
159 Look Homeward, Angel, 1958
By Ketti Frings. Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York.
1510 The Marriage-Go-Round, 1958
By Leslie Stevens. The Playmouth Theatre, New York.
1510 Monique, 1958
By Dorothy and Michael Blankfort. Threshold Theatre, Garden City Long Island.
1510 The Music Man, 1958
By Meredith Willson. Civic Light Opera Philharmonic Auditorium, Los Angeles California.
1510 The Music Man, 1958 (2 Copies)
By Meredith Willson. Majestic Theatre, New York.
1510 The Night Circus, 1958
By Michael V. Gazzo. Ford's Theatre, Baltimore Maryland.
1510 Nude With Violin, 1958
By Noël Coward. Belasco Theater, New York.
1510 Once More, With Feeling, 1958
By Harry Kurnitz. National Theater, New York.
1510 Pleasure of His Company, The, 1958 (2 Copies; Different Covers)
By Samuel Taylor. Longacre Theater, New York.
1510 Say, Darling, 1958
By Richard Bissel, Adolph Green, Marian Bissel. Anta Theater, New York.
1510 Sunrise at Campobello, 1958
By Dore Schary. Cort Theater, New York.
1511 Time Remembered, 1958
By Jean Anouilh. Morosco Theatre, New York.
1511 Two for the Seesaw, 1958 (Premiere Performance Gold Copy)
By William Gibson. The Booth Theater, New York.
1511 Two for the Seesaw, 1958 (2 Copies)
By William Gibson. The Booth Theater, New York.
1511 The Visit, 1958
By Friedrich Duerrenmatt. Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, New York.
1511 Visit to a Small Planet, 1958
By Gore Vidal. Huntington Hartford Theatre, Hollywood California.
1511 The Warm Peninsula, 1958
By Joe Masteroff. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
1511 West Side Story, 1958 (5 Copies; 1 with Sketched Cover)
By Arthur Laurents. Winter Garden Theater, New York.
1511 Who Was That Lady I Saw You With, 1958
By Norman Krasna. Martin Beck Theatre, New York.
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161 Bells are Ringing, 1959
By Betty Comden and Adolph Green. Civic Light Opera Philharmonic Theatre, Los Angeles California.
161 Bells are Ringing, 1959
By Betty Comden and Adolph Green. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, New York.
161 Cheri, 1959
By Colette. Morosco Theater, New York.
161 Dark at the Top of the Stairs, 1959
By William Inge. Hanna Theatre, Cleveland Ohio.
161 Dear Liar, 1959
By Mrs. Patrick Campbell and Bernard Shaw. Huntington Hartford Theatre, Los Angeles California.
161 Flower Drum Song, 1959 (3 Copies)
By Oscar Hammerstein, the Second. St. James Theater, New York.
161 The Gazebo, 1959
By Alec Coppel. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
161 Gypsy, 1959 (2 Copies)
Book by Arthur Laurents, music by Jule Styne, lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. The Broadway Theatre, New York.
162 Jamaica, 1959
Book by E. Y. Harburg and Fred Saidy, music by Harold Arlen, lyrics by E. Y. Hargburg. Imperial Theatre, New York.
162 J. B., 1959
By Archibald Mac Leish. Anta Theater, New York.
162 La Plume de ma Tante, 1959
Music by Gerard Calvi, lyrics by Ross ParkerBook by Robert Dhery.
162 Look Back in Anger, 1959
By John Osborne. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
162 The Marriage-Go-Round, 1959
By Leslie Stevens. The Plymouth Playhouse, New York.
162 A Majority of One, 1959 (3 Copies)
By Leonard Spigelgass. Samuel S. Schubert Theater, New York.
162 The Man Who Came to Dinner, 1959
By Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. Bucks County Playhouse, New Hope Pennsylvania.
162 The Miracle Worker, 1959
By William Gibson. The Playhouse, New York.
162 Much Ado About Nothing, 1959
By William Shakespeare. Lunt-Fontanne Theater, New York.
162 The Music Man, 1959
By Meredith Willson. Majestic Theatre, New York.
162 The Music Man, 1959 (2 Copies)
By Meredith Willson. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
163 Oklahoma!, 1959
Book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd. Westbury Music Fair At Brush Hollow Road And Northern State Parkway, New York.
163 Once Upon a Mattress, 1959
Book by Jay Thompson, Marshall Barer, Dean Fuller, music by Mary Rodgers, lyrics by Marshall Barer. Phoenix Theatre, New York.
163 A Party, 1959
Written and performed by Betty Comden and Adolphe Greene. John Golden Theater, New York.
163 Period of Adjustment, 1959
By Tennessee Williams. Helen Hayes Theatre, New York.
163 Plays of Shakespeare, 1959
Includes Twelfth Night, Hamlet, and Henry V. The Old Vic [London] Company production. The National Theatre, Washington, D.C.
163 Playgirls, 1959
By Jackie Barnett, music by Dean Elliott. Frank Sennes' Ciro's Hollywood California.
163 Pleasure of His Company, The, 1959
By Samuel Taylor. Longacre Theater, New York.
163 Raisin in the Sun, A, 1959
By Lorraine Hansberry. Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York.
163 Redhead, 1959 (2 Copies)
By Herbert and Dorothy Fields, Sidney Sheldon. Forty-Sixth Street Theater, New York.
163 Romeo and Juliet, 1959
By William Shakespeare. American Shakespeare Festival Theatre, Stratford, Connecticut.
164 Saratoga, 1959 (2 Copies)
By Edna Ferber. Winter Garden, New York.
164 Starlight Spectacular Stage and Aqua Show, 1959
Music and lyrics by Lenny Adelson and Lyn Murray. Marineland of the Pacific, Los Angeles California.
164 Sunrise at Campobello, 1959
By Dore Schary. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
164 Sweet Bird of Youth, 1959 (3 Copies)
By Tennessee Williams. Martin Beck Theater, New York.
165 Tenderloin, 1959
Book by George Abott and Jerome Weidman, music by Jerry Bock, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick. Forty-Sixth Street Theatre, New York.
165 Third Best Sport, 1959
By Eleanor and Leo Bayer. Ambassador Theater, New York.
165 Two For The Seesaw, 1959 (2 Copies)
By William Gibson. The Booth Theater, New York.
165 Two For The Seesaw, 1959
By William Gibson. Michael Todd Theater, Chicago Illinois.
165 West Side Story, 1959
Book by Arthur Laurents, music by Leonard Bernstein, lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Civic Light Opera Philharmonic Auditorium, Los Angeles California.
165 West Side Story, 1959
Book by Arthur Laurents, music by Leonard Bernstein, lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Winter Garden, New York.
165 The World of Susie Wong, 1959 (3 Copies)
By Paul Osborn. The Broadhurst Theatre, New York.
166 Bye Bye Birdie, 1960
Book by Michael Stewart, music by Charles Strouse, lyrics by Lee Adams. Martin Beck Theater, New York.
166 Camelot, 1960
Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe. Majestic Theater, New York.
166 Career, , 1960
By James Lee. Threshold Theatre, Inc. Plainview Country Club, Plainview Long Island.
166 Destiny Rides Again, 1960
By Leonard Gershe. Imperial Theater, New York.
166 Duel of Angels, 1960 (2 Copies)
By Jean Giraudoux. Helen Hayes Theater, New York.
166 Ernest In Love, 1960
Lyrics and book by Anne Croswell, music by Lee Pockets. Cherry Lane Theatre, New York.
166 Fabulous Josephine Baker, 1960
By Stephen Papich. Huntington Hartford Theatre, Los Angeles California.
166 Gypsy, 1960
With Ethel Merman, book by Arthur Laurents. Imperial Theatre, New York.
166 The Hostage, 1960
By Brendan Behan. Cort Theatre, New York.
166 Irma La Douce, 1960
By Alexandre Breffort. The Plymouth Theater, New York.
167 Jerry Lewis, 1960
By Jerry Lewis, The Dunhills, Joe Stabile, and his Orchestra. Frank Sennes' Moulin Rouge, Los Angeles California.
167 La Plume De Ma Tante, 1960 (2 Copies; Different Covers)
By Robert Dhery. Royale Theater, New York.
167 Measure For Measure, 1960
By William Shakespeare. Belvedere Lake Theatre, New York.
167 A Mighty Man Is He, 1960
By Arthur Kober and George Oppenheimer. Cort Theatre, New York.
167 The Miracle Worker, 1960
By William Gibson, The Playhouse, New York.
167 The Music Man, 1960
Book, music, and lyrics by Meredith Willson. Biltmore Theatre, New York.
167 Once Upon A Mattress, 1960
By Jay Thompson, Marshall Barer, Dean Fuller. St. James Theater, New York.
167 Period of Adjustment, 1960
By Tennessee Williams. Helen Hayes Theater, New York.
167 Playmates of 1960, 1960
By Bill Norvas and Barry Ashton. Terrace Room, Statler Hilton, Buffalo New York.
168 Scent of Mystery, 1960
By William Roos. Ritz Theatre, Los Angeles California.
168 A Second String, 1960
By Collette. Eugene O'Neill Theater, New York.
168 Send Me No Flowers, 1960
By Norman Barasch and Carroll Moore. Ford's Theatre, Baltimore Maryland.
168 The Sound of Music, 1960
By Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Lunt-Fontanne Theater, New York.
168 Take Me Along, 1960
By Eugene O'Neill. Sam S. Schubert Theater, New York.
168 Taste of Honey, 1960
By Shelagh Delaney. Lyceum Theatre, New York.
168 The Three penny Opera, 1960
Music by Kurt Weill, original Text by Bert Brecht, English Adaptation by Marc Blitzstein. New Music Box Theatre, Los Angeles.
168 A Thurber Carnival, 1960 (2 Copies; Different Covers)
By James Thurber. Anta Theater, New York.
168 Toys in the Attic, 1960
By Lillian Hellman. Hudson Theater, New York.
168 World of Carl Sandburg, The, 1960
Based on the works by Carl Sandburg. Huntington Hartford Theatre, Los Angeles California.
169 The Balcony, 1961
By Jean Genet. Civic Playhouse, Los Angeles California.
169 Becket, 1961
By Jean Anouilh. Royale Theater, New York.
169 The Billy Barnes People, 1961
Music and lyrics by Billy Barnes. Las Palmas Theatre, Los Angeles California.
169 The Blacks, 1961 (2 Copies)
By Jean Genet. St. Marks Playhouse, New York.
169 The Book of Job, 1961
By Orlin Corey. Christ Church Methodist, New York.
169 Brecht on Brecht, 1961
Arranged and Translated by George Tabori. The Greater N. Y. Chapter of Anta Theater, New York.
169 Bye, Bye Birdie, 1961
Book by Michael Stewart, music by Charles Strouse, lyrics by Lee Adams. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, New York.
169 Call Me By My Rightful Name, 1961
By Michael Shurtleff. One Sheridan Square, New York.
169 Carnival, 1961 (2 Copies)
By Michael Stewart. Imperial Theater, New York.
169 Come Blow Your Horn, 1961
By Neil Simon. Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York.
1610 Dame Judith Anderson--In major scenes, 1961
By William Shakespeare and Rovinson Jeffers. Huntington Hartford Theatre, Hollywood California.
1610 Elizabeth, the Queen and Mary Stuart, 1961
By Maxwell Anderson (queen) and Friedrich Schiller (Mary). Ford's Theatre, Baltimore Maryland.
1610 An Evening with Mike Nichols and Elaine May, 1961
Music by William Holdenberg. John Golden Theatre, New York.
1610 The Fantasticks, 1961
Book and lyrics by Tom Jones. William Hunt's Red Barn Theatre, New York.
1610 A Far Country, 1961 (2 Copies; Different Covers)
By Henry Denker. The Music Box, New York.
1610 Fiorello!, 1961 (2 Copies)
Book by Jerome Weidman and George Abbott. The Broadway Theatre, New York.
1610 Gypsy, 1961 (2 Copies)
Book by Arthur Laurents, music by Jule Styne, lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, suggested by the memoirs of Gypsy Rose Lee. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles California.
1610 Gypsy, 1961
Book by Arthur Laurents, music by Jule Styne, lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, suggested by the memoirs of Gypsy Rose Lee. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
1611 Hamlet, 1961
By William Shakespeare. Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, New York.
1611 Idiot's Delight, 1961
By Robert E. Sherwood. Equity Library Theatre WestBeverly Hills California.
1611 The Importance of Being Oscar, 1961
Directed by Hilton Edwards, production design by Lee Watson. Lyceum Theatre, New York.
1611 Irma La Douce, 1961 (2 Copies)
By Alexander Breffort. The Plymouth Theater, New York.
1611 Irma La Douce, 1961
By Alexander Breffort. The Riviera, Los Vegas Nevada.
1611 Kean, 1961
Book by Peter Stone, lyrics and music by Robert Wright and George Forrest. The Broadway Theatre, New York.
1611 Kiss Me, Kate, 1961
Book by Sam and Bella Spewack, music and lyrics by Cole Porter. Adult Education Center, Santa Barbara City College, Santa Barbara California.
1611 La Plume de Ma Tante, 1961
By Robert Dhery. Alcazar Theatre, San Francisco California.
1611 La Plume de Ma Tante, 1961
By Robert Dhery. Frank Sennes' Moulin Rouge, Hollywood California.
1611 Les Poupeees de Paris, 1961
By Sid and Marty Krofft. Krofft Theatre, Los Angeles California.
1612 A Man for all Seasons, 1961
By Robert Bolt. ANTA Theatre, New York.
1612 The Man Who Came to Dinner, 1961
By Geo. Kaufman and Moss Hart. The Valley Theatre, Woodland Hills California.
1612 Mary, Mary, 1961
By Jean Kerr. Helen Hayes Theatre, New York.
1612 Midgie Purvis, 1961
By Mary Chase. Martin Beck Theater, New York.
1612 Miracle, The, 1961
By Manuel Mendez-Ballester. The Broadway Congregational Church, New York City.
1612 Montserrat, 1961
By Lillian Hellman. Gate Theatre, New York.
1612 Much Ado About Nothing, 1961
By William Shakespeare. Wollman Memorial Skating Rink, New York.
1612 My Fair Lady, 1961
Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe. Geary Theatre, San Francisco California.
1612 My Fair Lady, 1961
Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe. Mark Hellinger Theatre, New York.
1612 Parade, 1961
Music and lyrics by Jerry Herman. Hollywood Center Theatre, Hollywood California.
1612 Players on a Beach, 1961
By Sheppard Kerman. The Master's Institute Theatre, New York.
1612 Rhinoceros, 1961
By Ionesco. Huntington-Hartford Theatre, Hollywood California.
1612 Rhinoceros, 1961 (Includes Pamphlet of Newspaper Clippings)
By Ionesco. Longacre Theatre, New York.
1613 Show Girl, 1961
By Charles Gaynor. Eugene O'Neill Theater, New York.
1613 The Sound of Music, 1961
Music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. The Civic Light Opera, Los Angeles California.
1613 Subways are for Sleeping, 1961
Book and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, music by Jule Styne. Shubert Theatre, Philadelphia.
1613 A Taste of Honey, 1961
By Shelagh Delaney. The Booth Theatre, New York.
1613 Tenderloin, 1961
Book by George Abbott and Jerome Weidman and based on the novel by Samuel Hopkins Adams. Forty-Sixth Street Theatre, New York.
1613 A Thurber Carnival, 1961
By James Thurber [and cast]. Ford's Theatre, Baltimore Maryland.
1613 The Unsinkable Molly Brown, 1961
By Richard Morris. Winter Garden, New York.
1613 Wildcat, 1961
By N. Richard Nash. Alvin Theater, New York.
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171 The Beauty Part, 1962
By S. J. Perelman. The Music Box, New York.
171 Beyond The Fringe, 1962 (2 Copies)
By and with Alan Bennett, Peter Cook, Jonathan Miller, and Dudley Moore. John Golden Theater, New York.
171 Bravo Giovanni, 1962
Book by A.J. Russell, adapted by Howard Shaw. Broadhurst Theatre, New York.
171 Camelot, 1962
Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Fredrick Loewe. Majestic Theatre, New York.
171 The Caretaker, 1962
By Harold Pinter. Lyceum Theatre, New York.
171 Carnival, 1962
By Michael Stewart. Imperial Theater, New York.
171 Come Blow Your Horn, 1962
By Neil Simon. Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York.
171 Come on Strong, 1962
By Garson Kanin. Shubert Theatre, Los Angeles California.
171 Do Re Mi, 1962
By Garson Kanin. Fifty Fourth Street Theater, New York.
172 The Fantasticks, 1962
Book and lyrics by Tom Jones. The Ivar Theatre, Hollywood California.
172 The Fun Couple, 1962
By Neil Jansen and John Haas. Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
172 A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum, 1962 (2 Copies)
By Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart. Alvin Theater, New York.
172 The Gay Life, 1962
By Fay and Michael Kanin. Sam S. Schubert Theater, New York.
172 A Gift of Time, 1962
By Garson Kanin. Ethel Barrymore Theater, New York.
172 How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, 1962 (2 Copies)
By Abe Burrows, Jack Weinstock, and Willie Gilbert. Forty Sixth Street Theater, New York.
172 I Can Get It For You Wholesale, 1962
By Jerome Weidman. Sam S. Schubert Theater, New York.
173 Little Mary Sunshine, 1962
By Rick Besoyan. LeGrand Theatre, Hollywood California.
173 Little Me, 1962
Book by Neil Simon and based on a novel by Patrick Dennis. Lunt- Fontanne Theatre, New York.
173 Lord Pengo, 1962
By S.N. Behrman. Royale Theater, New York.
173 A Man For All Seasons, 1962
By Robert Bolt. Anta Theater, New York.
173 Mary, Mary, 1962
By Jean Kerr. Helen Hayes Theater, New York.
173 A Matter of Position, 1962
By Elaine May. Walnut Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
173 The Merchant of Venice, 1962
By William Shakespeare. Shakespeare Theatre, New York.
173 Milk and Honey, 1962
Book by Don Appell, music and lyrics by Jerry Herman. Martin Beck Theatre, New York.
173 Miss Lucy, 1962
By Irene Gawne. Berkshire Playhouse, Stockbridge Massachusetts.
173 Mr. President, 1962
Book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. St. James Theatre, New York.
173 The Music Man, 1962
Book, music, and lyrics by Meredith Willson. Cocoanut Grove At Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles California.
174 Never Too Late, 1962
By Sumner Arthur Long. The Playhouse, New York.
174 The Night of the Iguana, 1962 (3 Copies; Different Covers)
By Tennessee Williams. Royale Theater, New York.
174 No Strings, 1962 (3 Copies)
By Samuel Taylor. Fifty-Fourth Street Theater, New York.
174 Nowhere to Go But Up, 1962
By James Lipton. Winter Garden, New York.
174 Oliver!, 1962
By Lionel Bart. The Civic Light Opera At Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
174 Oliver!, 1962
By Lionel Bart. Imperial Theatre, New York.
174 The Pajama Game, 1962
Book by George Abbott and R. Bissell. Garden Court Theatre, San Francisco California.
175 Romeo and Juliet, 1962
By William Shakespeare. [The Old Vic Company] New York City Center, New York.
175 Ross, 1962
By Terrance Rattigan. Eugene O'Neill Theatre, New York.
175 Sail Away, 1962
By Noël Coward. Broadhurst Theater, New York.
175 Step On A Crack, 1962
By Bernard Evslin. Ethel Barrymore Theater, New York.
175 Stop The World- I Want To Get Off, 1962
By Leslie Bricusse and Antony Newley. Sam S. Schubert Theater, New York.
175 Take Her, She's Mine, 1962
By Phoebe and Henry Ephron. Biltmore Theatre, Hollywood California.
175 Tchin- Tchin, 1962
By Sidney Leroy. The Plymouth Theater, New York.
175 The Tempest, 1962
By William Shakespeare. Delacorte Theater, New York.
175 Theater of the Absurd, 1962 (5 Copies)
By Samuel Beckett, and others. Cherry Lane Theatre, New York.
175 A Thousands Clowns, 1962 (2 Copies)
By Herb Garner. Eugene O'Neill Theater, New York.
175 Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, 1962
By Edward Albee. Billy Rose Theatre, New York.
176 110 In The Shade, 1963
By N. Richard Nash. Broadhurst Theatre, New York.
176 50-Beautiful Years-50 (Count Them), 1963 (With Journal)
Actors' Equity Association on its Golden Anniversary. International Ballroom, Beverly Hills California.
176 Anna Russell, 1963
By Anna Russell. Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn.
176 Annie Get Your Gun, 1963
Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin, Book by Dorothy and Herbert Fields.
176 Barefoot In The Park, 1963
By Neil Simon. Biltmore Theatre, New York.
176 The Beauty Part, 1963
By S. J. Perelman. The Music Box, New York.
176 Beyond The Fringe, 1963
By Alan Bennett, Peter Cook, Jonathan Miller, and Dudley. John Golden Theatre, New York.
176 Cloud 7, 1963
By Max Wilk. Dwight Morrow High School, Englewood New Jersey.
176 Enter Laughing, 1963
By Joseph Stein. Henry Miller's Theatre, New York.
176 The False Confession, 1963
By Pierre de Marifaux. Institute for Advanced Studies in the Theatre Arts, New York.
176 The Fantasticks, 1963
Book and lyrics by Tom Jones. Sullivan Street Playhouse, New York.
177 The Girl Who Came To Supper, 1963
Book by Harry Kurnitz, music and lyrics by Noël Coward. The Broadway Theatre, New York.
177 Good Woman of Setzuan, The, 1963
By Bertolt Brecht. Institute for Advanced Studies in the Theatre Arts, New York.
177 Here's Love, 1963 (3 Copies; 1 With Different Cover)
Book, music and lyrics by Meredith Willson. Shubert Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
177 The Heroine, 1963
By Frank Tarloff. Lyceum Theatre, New York.
177 The Hollow Crown, 1963
By John Barton. Henry Miller's Theatre, New York.
177 Hot Spot, 1963
Book by Jack Winstock and Willie Gilbert, music by Mary Rodgers, lyrics by Martin Charnin. Shubert Theatre, New York.
177 How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, 1963
Book by Abe Burrows, Jack Weinstock, and Willie Gilbert, music and lyrics by Frank Loesser. The Civic Light Opera, San Francisco California.
177 How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, 1963
Book by Abe Burrows, Jack Weinstock, and Willie Gilbert, music and lyrics by Frank Loesser. Forty-Sixth Street Theatre, New York.
178 I Can Get it For You Wholesale, 1963
Book by Jerome Weidman, music and lyrics by Harold Rome. Shubert Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
178 The Irregular Verb To Love, 1963
By Hugh and Margaret Williams. Mineola Playhouse, New York.
178 Jennie, 1963
By Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz. The Colonial Theater, New York.
178 Little Me, 1963
By Sid Caesar. Lunt-Fontanne Theater, New York.
178 Lorenzo, 1963
By Jack Richardson, With Fritz Weaver and Carmen Mathews. Shubert Theatre, New York.
178 Mary, Mary, 1963
By Jean Kerr, With Diana Lynn, Tom Poston, and Edward Mulhare. Helen Hayes Theatre, New York.
178 Mother Courage and Her Children, 1963
By Bertolt Brecht. Martin Beck Theatre, New York.
178 Mr. President, 1963
Music and lyrics by Irving BerlinBook by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. St. James Theatre, New York.
178 Never Too Late, 1963
By Sumner Arthur Long. The Playhouse, New York.
179 Oliver, 1963 (2 Copies)
By Lionel Bart. Imperial Theater, New York.
179 One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest, 1963 (2 Copies)
By Dale Wasserman, based on the novel by Ken Kesey. Cort Theatre, New York.
179 Photo Finish, 1963
By Peter Ustinov. Brooks-Atkinson Theater, New York.
179 The Play of Daniel, 1963
By W.H. Auden. St. George's Church, New York.
179 Rattle of a Simple Man, 1963
By Charles Dyer. The Booth Theatre, New York.
179 Rattle of a Simple Man, 1963
By Charles Dyer. Ford's Theatre, Baltimore Maryland.
1710 The School for Scandal, 1963
By Richard Brinsley Sheridan. National Theatre, Washington, D.C.
1710 The Seagull, 1963
By Anton Chekhov, Translated by Eva Le Gallienne. William Goldman New Locust Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
1710 Seidman and Son, 1963
By Elick Moll. William Goldman New Locust Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
1710 She Didn't Say Yes, 1963
By Lonnie Coleman. John B. Kelly Playhouse In The Park, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
1710 She Loves Me!, 1963
By Joe Masteroff. Eugene O'Neill Theater, New York.
1710 Sophie, 1963 (2 Copies)
By Phillip Pruneau. Winter Garden Theater, New York.
1710 The Sound of Music, 1963
Music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. National Theatre, Washington, D.C.
1710 Stop the World, I Want to Get Off, 1963
Book, music and lyrics by Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley. Geary Theatre, San Francisco California.
1710 Stop the World, I Want to Get Off, 1963
Book, music and lyrics by Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, New York.
1710 Strange Interlude, 1963 (2 Copies)
By Eugene O'Neill. Hudson Theater, New York.
1710 Strange Interlude, 1963
By Eugene O'Neill. Martin Beck Theater, New York.
1710 The Student Gypsy or The Prince of Liederkranz, 1963
By Rick Besoyan. Fifty-Fourth Street Theatre, New York.
1711 The Threepenny Opera, 1963
Book and lyrics by Bertolt Brecht, music by Kurt Weill. Arena Stage, Washington D.C.
1711 A Thousand Clowns, 1963
By Herb Gardner. Eugene O'Neill Theatre, New York.
1711 Tovarich, 1963
Book by David Shaw, based on a comedy by Jacques Deval, English adaptation by Robert E. Sherwood. The Broadway Theatre, New York.
1711 The Tunnel of Love, 1963
By Joseph Fields and Peter De Vries. Biltmore Theatre, Hollywood California.
1711 Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, 1963
By Edward Albee. Billy Rose Theatre, New York.
1711 Winter's Tale, The, 1963
By William Shakespeare. Delacorte Theatre, New York.
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181 110 in the Shade, 1964 (2 Copies)
By N. Richard Nash, music by Harvey Schmidt, lyrics by Tom Jones. Broadhurst Theatre, New York.
181 Alfie!, 1964
By Bill Naughton. Morosco Theater, New York.
181 Any Wednesday, 1964
By Muriel Resnik. The Music Box, New York.
181 Baby Want A Kiss, 1964
By James Costigan. Little Theater, New York.
181 Ben Franklin In Paris, 1964
Play and lyrics by Sidney Michaels, Music by Mark Sandrich Jr. Lunt- Fontanne Theatre, New York.
181 Beyond The Fringe 1964, 1964
By Alan Bennett, Peter Cook, Dudley Moore, Paxton Whitehead. John Golden Theater, New York.
181 Blue For Mister Charlie, 1964
By James Baldwin. Anta Theatre, New York.
181 Cactus Flower, 1964
By Abe Burrows, based on a play by Pierre Barillet and Jean Pierre Gredy. Forrest Theatre [Under the Direction of Messrs. Shubert], Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
181 Cambridge Circus, 1964
Written and Performed by Tim Brooke-Taylor, David Hatch, Graham Chapman, Jo Kendall, John Cleese, and Jonathan Lynn. Square East Theatre Showcard, New York.
181 Cindy, 1964
Book by Joe Sauter and Mike Sawyer, Lyrics and Music by Johnny Brandon. Gate Theatre Showcard, New York.
181 Cindy, 1964
Book by Joe Sauter and Mike Sawyer, Lyrics and Music by Johnny Brandon. Orpheum Theatre, New York.
182 The Deputy, 1964
By Rolf Hochhuth. Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York.
182 Dylan, 1964
By Sidney Michaels. The Plymouth Theatre, New York.
182 Enter Laughing, 1964
By Joseph Stein. Henry Miller's Theatre, New York.
182 Fade Out Fade In, 1964
By Betty Comden and Adolphe Green. The Colonial Theater, New York.
182 Fade Out Fade In, 1964
By Betty Comden and Adolphe Green. Mark Hellinger Theater, New York.
182 Fiddler on The Roof, 1964 (2 Copies)
By Joseph Stein. Imperial Theater, New York.
182 Foxy, 1964
Book by Ian McLellan Hunter and Ring Lardner, Jr. Ziegfeld Theatre, New York.
182 Funny Girl, 1964
By Isobel Lennart. Winter Garden, New York.
183 The Girl Who Came to Supper, 1964 (2 Copies)
By Noël Coward. Broadway Theater.
183 Golden Boy, 1964
By Clifford Odets and William Gibson. Majestic Theater, New York.
183 Hamlet, 1964
By William Shakespeare. Delacorte Theater, New York.
183 Hamlet, 1964
By William Shakespeare. Lunt-Fontanne Theater, New York.
183 Hello Dolly, 1964 (2 Copies)
By Michael Stewart. St. James Theater, New York.
183 Here's Love, 1964
By Meredith Wilson. Sam S. Schubert Theater, New York.
183 High Spirits, 1964 (3 Copies)
By Noël Coward. Alvin Theater, New York.
184 Ikkaku Sennin, 1964
By Zenou Komparu. Institute for Advanced Studies in the Arts, New York.
184 I Married an Angel, 1964
Book, music and lyrics by Richards Rodgers and Lorenz Hart. Westbury Music Fair At Brush Hollow Road And Northern State Parkway, Westbury Long Island.
184 Josephine Baker and Her Company, 1964
Production Consultant and Staged by Felix G. Gerstman. Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York.
184 Kiss Me, Kate, 1964
Music and lyrics by Cole Porter, book by Sam and Bella Spewack. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
184 Little Me, 1964
Book by Neil Simon, lyrics by Carolyn Leigh, music by Cy Coleman. The Civic Light Opera, Los Angeles California.
184 Luther, 1964
By John Osborn. Lunt-Fontanne Theater, New York.
184 Milk and Honey, 1964
Book by Don Appell, music and lyrics by Jerry Herman. Municipal Opera, St. Louis. Missouri.
184 Nobody Loves an Albatross, 1964
By Ronald Alexander. Lyceum Theater, New York.
184 One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, 1964
By Dale Wasserman. Cort Theater, New York.
184 The Physicists, 1964
By Friedrich Duerrenmatt. Martin Beck Theater, New York.
184 Play of Herod, The, and The Play of Daniel, 1964
St. George's Church , New York.
184 Poor Richard, 1964
By Jean Kerr. Helen Hayes Theater, New York.
185 Rugantino, 1964
By Garinei and Giovannini. Mark Hellinger Theater, New York.
185 Something More, 1964
Book by Nate Monaster, based on Portofino P.T.A., by Gerald Green. Eugene O'Neill Theatre, New York.
185 The Subject Was Roses, 1964
By Frank D. Gilroy. Royale Theater, New York.
185 The Three Sisters, 1964
By Anton Chekov, New English Version by Randall Jarrell. The Morosco Theatre, New York.
185 Tiny Alice, 1964 (2 Copies)
By Edward Albee. Billy Rose Theater, New York.
185 Wiener Blut, 1964
Libretto by Victor Leon and Leo Stein, New Adaptation by Tony Niessner. Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, New York.
185 What Makes Sammy Run, 1964
By Budd Schulberg. Fifty-Fourth Street Theater, New York.
185 Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, 1964 (2 Copies)
By Edward Albee. Billy Rose Theater, New York.
185 Women, The, 1964
By Clare Booth. Equity Library Theater West, Beverly Hills California.
185 Zizi, 1964
By Zizi Jeanmaire, Entire production conceived and straged by Roland Petit. National Theatre, New York.
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191 And Things That Go Bump In The Night, 1965
By Terrence McNally. Royale Theater, New York.
191 Any Wednesday, 1965
By Muriel Resnik. The Music Box, New York.
191 Bajour, 1965 (3 Copies)
By Ernest Kinoy. Sam S. Schubert Theater, New York.
191 Baker Street, 1965
By Jerome Coopersmith. Broadway Theater, New York.
191 Barefoot in the Park, 1965
By Neil Simon. Biltmore Theater, New York.
191 Ben Franklin in Paris, 1965 (2 Copies)
By Sidney Michaels. Lunt-Fontanne Theater, New York.
191 The Boy Friend, 1965
Music and lyrics by Sandy Wilson. The San Francisco Opera Ring, San Francisco California.
192 Cactus Flower, 1965
By Abe Burrows. National Theatre, Washington, D.C.
192 Camelot, 1965
Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner. Mineola Playhouse, Mineola New York.
192 Carousel, 1965
Music by Richard Rodgers, book and lyrics by O. Hammerstein II. Lincoln Center Theatre, New York.
192 The Clown and the Baton, 1965
By David Rose and His Orchestra. Ritz Theatre, Los Angeles California.
192 Dear Me, The Sky Is Falling, 1965
By Leonard Spigelgass. Stanton Theatre, Stanton Maryland.
192 Desire Under The Elms, 1965 (Cover Missing)
By Eugene O'Neill. The Philadelphia Council For The Performing Arts, Inc. Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
192 The Devils, 1965 (2 Copies)
By John Whiting. Broadway Theater, New York.
192 The Devils, 1965
By John Whiting. The Colonial Theatre, New York.
192 Do I Hear A Waltz?, 1965
By Arthur Laurents. Forty-Sixth Street Theater, New York.
192 Entertaining Mr. Sloane, 1965
By Joe Orton. Lyceum Theater, New York.
192 The Establishment, 1965
Written by The Cast and Peter Cook, With the music of The Teddy Wilson Trio. Stroller Theatre-Club, New York.
193 The Fantasticks, 1965
Words by Tom Jones, music by Harvey Schmidt. Hilton Big Top Theatre, San Francisco California.
193 Fiddler On The Roof, 1965 (3 Copies)
Book by Joseph Stein, music by Jerry Bock, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick, ased on Sholom Aleichem's stories. Imperial Theater, New York.
193 Funny Girl, 1965
By Isobel Lennart. Winter Garden, New York.
193 Generation, 1965 (2 Copies)
By William Goodhart. The Morosco Theater, New York.
193 The Golden Boy, 1965 (2 Copies)
By Clifford Odets and William Gibson. Majestic Theater, New York.
193 The Great Waltz, 1965 (2 Copies)
Music by Johann Strauss, Sr. and Jr., book by Jerome Chodorov, lyrics by Robert Wright and George Forrest. The Pavilion of the Music Center, Los Angeles California.
193 Guys and Dolls, 1965
Book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows, music and lyrics by Frank Loesser. San Francisco Opera Ring, San Francisco California.
194 Half A Sixpence, 1965
By Beverly Cross. Broadhurst Theater, New York.
194 Hello, Dolly!, 1965 (2 Copies)
Book by Michael Stewart, music and lyrics by Jerry Herman, based on the original play by Thornton Wilder. Curran Theater, San Francisco California.
194 Hello, Dolly!, 1965 (2 Copies)
Book by Michael Stewart, music and lyrics by Jerry Herman, based on the original play by Thornton Wilder. The Pavilion of The Music Center, Los Angeles California.
194 Hello, Dolly!, 1965 (2 Copies)
Book by Michael Stewart, music and lyrics by Jerry Herman, based on the original play by Thornton Wilder. St. James Theater, New York.
194 High Spirits, 1965 (2 Copies)
By Hugh Martin and Timothy Gray. Alvin Theater, New York.
194 Hogan's Goat, 1965
By William Alfred. The American Place Theatre, New York.
194 How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, 1965
Book by Abe Burrows, Jack Weinstock and Willie Gilbert, music and lyrics by Frank Loesser. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
194 I Had A Ball, 1965
By Jerome Chodorov. Martin Beck Theater, New York.
194 Inadmissible Evidence, 1965 (2 Copies)
By John Osborne. Belasco Theater, New York.
195 Ken Murray's Hollywood, 1965
Presented by Alexander H. Cohen. John Golden Theater, New York.
195 King Henry V, 1965
By William Shakespeare. New York Shakespeare Festival, New York.
195 The King and I, 1965 (3 Copies; 2 Cover Designs)
Music by Richard Rodgers, book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein, 2nd. Civic Light Opera, San Francisco California.
195 The King and I, 1965
Music by Richard Rodgers, book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein, 2nd. The Pavilion, Los Angeles. By the Los Angeles Civic Light Opera.
195 Kismet, 1965
Book by Charles Lederer and Luther Davis, music and lyrics by Robert Wright and George Forrest. New York State Theatre, New York.
195 Luv, 1965 (3 Copies)
By Murray Schisgal. The Booth Theater, New York.
195 Mary of Nijmeghen, 1965
By Eric Colledge. Institute for Advanced Studies, New York.
195 Minor Miracle, 1965
By Al Morgan. Henry Miller's Theater, New York.
195 Mrs. Dally, 1965
By William Hanley. John Golden Theater, New York.
195 The Music Man, 1965
By Meredith Willson. Circle Star Theatre, San Francisco California.
196 Never Too Late, 1965
By Sumner Arthur Long. The Playhouse, New York.
196 The Odd Couple, 1965 (2 Copies; Different Covers)
By Neil Simon. The Plymouth Theater, New York.
196 Oklahoma, 1965
By Oscar Hammerstein, the second. New York City Center, New York.
196 Oliver!, 1965
By Lionel Bart. Martin Beck Theater, New York.
196 On A Clear Day You Can See Forever, 1965
By Alan Jay Lerner. Mark Hellinger Theater, New York.
196 The Owl and the Pussycat, 1965
By Bill Manhoff. Anta Theater, New York.
197 Phedre, 1965
By Jean Racine. Institute for Advanced Studies, New York.
197 Pickwick, 1965
By Wolf Mankowitz. Curran Theater, San Francisco California.
197 Pickwick, 1965
By Wolf Mankowitz. Forty-Sixth Street Theater, New York.
197 Pickwick, 1965
By Wolf Mankowitz. The Pavilion of the Music Center, Los Angeles California.
197 Pirates of Penzance, 1965
By W.S. Gilbert. New York City Center, New York.
197 The Porcelain Year, 1965
By Reginald Rose. National Theatre, Washington, D.C.
197 A Race of Hairy Men, 1965
By Evan Hunter. Henry Miller's Theater, New York.
197 The Road to Rome, 1965
By Robert Emmett Sherwood. 233rd Club Night, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
197 The Rivals, 1965
By Richard Sheridan. [Queen's Theatre Guild] The Little Theatre, Rochester New York.
197 The Roar of The Greasepaint- The Smell of The Crowd, 1965
By Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newly. Forrest Theater, New York.
197 The Roar of The Greasepaint- The Smell of The Crowd, 1965 (2 Copies)
By Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newly. Sam S. Schubert Theater, New York.
197 The Royal Hunt of the Sun, 1965 (2 Copies)
By Peter Shaffer. Anta Theater, New York.
198 The Subject Was Roses, 1965
By Frank D. Gilroy. Helen Hayes, New York.
198 The Subject Was Roses, 1965
By Frank D. Gilroy. Winthrop Ames Theatre, New York.
198 The Taming of the Shrew, 1965
By William Shakespeare. Delacorte Mobile Theatre, New York.
198 Tiger at the Gates, 1965
By Christopher Fry. Harout's Ivar Theatre, Hollywood California.
198 Tiny Alice, 1965
By Edward Albee. Billy Rose Theater, New York.
198 Tragedy of Coriolanus, The, 1965
By William Shakespeare. The American Shakespeare Festival Theatre, Stratford Connecticut.
198 What Makes Sammy Run?, 1965
By Budd Schulberg. Fifty-Fourth Street Theater, New York.
198 You Can't Take It With You, 1965
By Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. Lyceum Theater, New York.
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201 Annie Get Your Gun, 1966
By Herbert and Dorothy Fields. The Broadway Theater, New York.
201 Annie Get Your Gun, 1966
By Herbert and Dorothy Fields. [Shubert Direction] The Forrest Theater, New York.
201 Annie Get Your Gun, 1966
By Herbert and Dorothy Fields. New York State Theatre Of Lincoln Center, New York.
201 The Apple Tree, 1966 (2 Copies)
Book by Messre. Harnick and Bock, based on stories by Mark Twain, Frank R. Stockton and Jules Feiffer. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, New York.
201 Barefoot in the Park, 1966
By Neil Simon. Biltmore Theatre, New York.
201 Barefoot in the Park, 1966
By Neil Simon. National Theatre, Washington, D.C.
201 Bascom Barlow, 1966
By Jerome Chodorov. Forrest Theatre [Under the Direction of Messrs. Shubert], Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
201 Bascom Barlow, 1966
By Jerome Chodorov. The National Theatre, Washington, D.C.
201 Bells Are Ringing, 1966
Book and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, music by Jule Styne. The Municipal Theatre, St. Louis Missouri. [See Souvenir Theatre]
201 Bye Bye Birdie, 1966
Book by Michael Stewart, music by Charles Strouse, lyrics by Lee Adams. The Municipal Theatre, St. Louis Missouri. [See Souvenir Theatre]
201 Cabaret, 1966
Book by Joel Masteroff, music by John Kander. The Broadhurst Theatre, New York.
201 Cactus Flower, 1966
By Abe Burrows. Royale Theatre, New York.
201 Can-Can, 1966
Book by Abe Burrows. The Municipal Theatre, St. Louis Missouri. [See Souvenir Theatre]
202 A Delicate Balance, 1966 (2 Copies)
By Edward Albee. Martin Beck Theater, New York.
202 The Deputy, 1966
By Rolf Hochhuth, adapted by Jerome Rothenberg. William Goldman's New Locust Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
202 The Desert Song, 1966
Book and lyrics by Otto Harbach, Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, and Frank Mandel. Music by Sigmund Romberg. The Municipal Theatre, St. Louis Missouri. [See Souvenir Theatre]
202 Dinner at Eight, 1966 (2 Copies)
By George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber. Alvin Theater, New York.
202 Don't Drink The Water, 1966
By Woody Allen. The Morosco Theater, New York.
202 The Duchess of Malfi, 1966
By John Webster. Institute for Advanced Studies, New York.
202 Fiddler on the Roof, 1966
Book by Joseph Stein. Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles California.
202 Fiddler on the Roof, 1966
Book by Joseph Stein. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
202 Funny Girl, 1966 (3 Copies)
Book by Isobel Lennart, music by Jule Stynel. Majestic Theatre, New York.
202 Funny Girl, 1966
Book by Isobel Lennart, music by Jule Styne. Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles California.
203 The Great Indoors, 1966
By Irene Kamp. Eugene O'Neill Theater, New York.
203 Guys and Dolls, 1966
By Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows. New York City Center, New York.
203 Half a Sixpence, 1966
Book by Beverley Cross. Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles California.
203 Hello, Dolly!, 1966 (4 Copies)
By Michael Stewart. St. James Theater, New York.
203 Hansel and Gretel, 1966
By Engelbert Humperdinck. The Municipal Theatre, St. Louis Missouri. [See Souvenir Theatre]
203 Holly Golightly, 1966
Book by Abe Burrows, musical and lyrics by Bob Merrill. Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
203 Hostile Witness, 1966
By Jack Roffey. National Theatre, Washington, D.C.
203 How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, 1966
By Abe Burrows, Jack Weinstock, and Willie Gilbert. The City Center of Music and Drama, New York.
203 How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, 1966
Book by Abe Burrows, Jack Weinstock and Willie Gilbert, music and lyrics by Frank Loesser. The Municipal Theatre, St. Louis Missouri. [See Souvenir Theatre]
204 The Impossible Years, 1966
by Bob Fisher, Arthur Marx, and Janet Ward. The Playhouse, New York.
204 The Investigation, 1966 (2 Copies)
By Peter Weiss. Ambassador Theater, New York.
204 Ivanov, 1966
By Anton Chekhov. National Theatre, Washington, D.C.
204 Ivanov, 1966
By Anton Chekhov. Sam S. Schubert Theater, New York.
204 The Killing of Sister George, 1966 (2 Copies)
By Frank Marcus. Belasco Theater, New York.
204 Kiss Me, Kate, 1966
Music and lyrics by Cole Porter, book by Bella and Samuel Spewack. The Municipal Theatre, St. Louis Missouri. [See Souvenir Theatre]
204 The Lion in Winter, 1966
By James Goldman. Ambassador Theater, New York.
205 Malcolm, 1966
By James Purdy. Sam Schubert Theater, New York.
205 Mame, 1966
Book by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. Caesar's Palace, Las Vegas Nevada.
205 Mame, 1966
By Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. Schubert Theatre, New York.
205 Mame, 1966 (3 Copies)
By Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. Winter Garden, New York.
205 Man of La Mancha, 1966
By Dale Wasserman. Anta Washington Square Theatre, New York.
205 The Music Man, 1966
Book, music, and lyrics by Meredith Willson. The Municipal Theatre, St. Louis Missouri. [See Souvenir Theatre]
205 My Sweet Charlie, 1966
By David Westheimer. Longacre Theater, New York.
205 Next Time I'll Sing to You, 1966
By James Saunders. University of California, Los Angeles California.
206 The Odd Couple, 1966
By Neil Simon. Eugene O'Neill Theatre, New York.
206 Oklahoma!, 1966
Book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd. The Municipal Theatre, St. Louis Missouri.
206 Oklahoma!, 1966
Book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd. The Municipal Theatre, St. Louis Missouri. [See Souvenir Theatre]
206 The Owl and the Pussycat, 1966
By Bill Manhoff. ANTA Theatre, New York.
206 The Owl and the Pussycat, 1966
By Bill Manhoff. The National Theatre, New York.
206 Persecution and Assassination of Marat As Performed By The Inmates Of The Asylum Of Charenton Under The Direction of The Marquis De Sade, 1966 (2 Copies)
By Peter Weiss. Martin Beck Theater, New York.
206 Philadelphia, Here I Come, 1966
By Brian Friel. Helen Hayes Theatre, New York.
206 Philadelphia, Here I Come, 1966
By Brian Friel. Walnut St. Theatre [under the direction of Messrs. Shubert], New York.
206 The Right Honourable Gentleman, 1966
By Michael Dyne. Billy Rose Theatre, New York.
206 Room Service, 1966
By John Murray and Allen Boretz. The Southwark Theatre Company at The Theatre of The Living Arts, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
206 The Rose Tattoo, 1966
By Tennessee Williams. Billy Rose Theatre, New York.
206 The Royal Hunt of the Sun, 1966
By Peter Schaffer. ANTA Theatre, New York.
207 Show Boat, 1966
Book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, Music by Jerome Kern. The Music Theatre of Lincoln Center, New York.
207 Skyscraper, 1966 (2 Copies)
By Peter Stone. Lunt-Fontanne Theater, New York.
207 The Star Spangled Girl, 1966
By Neil Simon. The Plymouth Theatre, New York.
207 The Student Prince, 1966
Music by Sigmund Romberg. Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles California.
207 Superman, 1966 (3 Copies)
By David Newman. Alvin Theater, New York.
207 Sweet Charity, 1966 (2 Copies)
Book by Neil Simon, music by Cy Coleman. Palace Theatre, New York.
208 Those That Play The Clowns, 1966
By Michael Stewart. Anta Theater, New York.
208 A Time For Singing, 1966
By Gerald Freedman and John Morris. Broadway Theater, New York.
208 Wait A Minim, 1966 (2 Copies)
By Leon Gluckman. John Golden Theater, New York.
208 Wait Until Dark, 1966
By Frederick Knott. Ethel Barrymore Theater, New York.
208 Wait Until Dark, 1966
By Frederick Knott. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, New York.
208 Walking Happy, 1966
By Roger O. Hirson and Ketti Frings. Lunt-Fontanne Theater, New York.
208 We Have Always Lived in the Castle, 1966
By Hugh Wheeler. National Theatre, Washington, D.C.
208 Where's Charley?, 1966
By Brandon Thomas. New York City Center, New York
208 You Can't Take it With You, 1966
By Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman, The School For Scandal, by Richard Brinsley Sheridan, Right You Are, by Luigi Pirandello with English version by Eric Bentley. [The Apa Repertory Company] Huntington Hartford Theatre, Hollywood Califo
208 Zulu and the Seedy, 1966
By Dan Jacobson. The Warner Playhouse, Los Angeles California.
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211 Affairs of State, 1967
By Louis Verneuil. Pasadena Playhouse, Los Angeles California.
211 After the Rain, 1967
By John Bowen. John Golden Theatre, New York.
211 The Apple Tree, 1967 (2 Copies)
By Messrs. Harnick and Bock. Sam S. Schubert Theater, New York.
211 Ben Bagley's The Decline and Fall of the Entire World As Seen Through the Eyes of Cole Porter, 1967
By Bud McCreery. Huntington Hartford Theatre, Hollywood California.
211 The Birthday Party, 1967 (2 Copies)
By Harold Pinter. The Booth Theater, New York.
211 Black Comedy, 1967 (2 Copies)
By Peter Shafer. Ethel Barrymore Theater, New York.
211 Brigadoon, 1967 (2 Copies)
Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner. New York Center Light Opera Company, New York.
212 Cabaret, 1967
By Joe Masteroff. Broadhurst Theater, New York.
212 Cabaret, 1967 (2 Copies)
By Joe Masteroff. Imperial Theater, New York.
212 Cactus Flower, 1967 (2 Copies)
By Abe Burrows. Royale Theater, New York.
212 The Cage, 1967
By Rick Cluchey. Ghirardelli Theatre in the Square, San Francisco California.
212 Comedy In Music, 1967
By Victor Borge. The Playhouse On Stage Theatre, Chula Vista California.
213 A Delicate Balance, 1967
By Edward Albee. Huntington Hartford Theatre, Hollywood California.
213 A Delicate Balance, 1967
By Edward Albee. The Veterans' Auditorium, San Francisco California.
213 The Devils, 1967
By John Whiting. Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles California.
213 The Devils, 1967 (Presented during Dedication Week)
By John Whiting. Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles California.
213 Don't Drink the Water, 1967
By Woody Allen. The Morosco Theatre, New York.
213 Dr. Cook's Garden, 1967 (2 Copies)
By Ira Levin. The Belasco Theater, New York.
213 Dumas and Son, 1967
Book by Jerome Chodorov, music and lyrics by Robert Wright and George Forrest. Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles California.
213 Dumas and Son, 1967
Book by Jerome Chodorov, music and lyrics by Robert Wright and George Forrest. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
214 Everything in The Garden, 1967 (2 Copies)
By Edward Albee. The Plymouth Theater, New York.
214 The Fantasticks, 1967
Book and lyrics by Tom Jones. Forrest Theatre [Under the Direction of Messrs. Shubert], Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
214 Fiddler on the Roof, 1967
Book by Joseph Stein, music by Jerry Bock. Majestic Theatre, New York.
214 Generation, 1967
By William Goodhart. National Theatre, Washington, D.C.
214 Golden Rainbow, 1967
By Ernest Kinoy. Sam S. Shubert Theater, New York.
215 Hair, 1967 (2 Copies)
Book and lyrics by Gerome Ragni and James Rado, music by Galt MacDermot. Florence Sutro Anspacher Theatre, New York.
215 Halfway up the Tree, 1967 (2 Copies)
By Peter Ustinov. Brooks Atkinson Theater, New York.
215 Hello, Dolly!, 1967
Book by Michael Stewart. Civic Light Opera Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles California.
215 Hello, Dolly!, 1967
Book by Michael Stewart. St. James Theatre, New York.
215 Henry, Sweet Henry, 1967
By Nunnally Johnson. The Palace Theater, New York.
215 The Homecoming, 1967
By Harold Pinter. The Music Box Theater, New York.
215 How Now, Dow Jones, 1967
By Max Shulman. Lunt-Fontanne Theater, New York.
215 I Do, I Do, 1967 (3 Copies; 2 Cover Designs)
By Tom Jones. Forty-Sixth Street Theater, New York.
215 Illya Darling, 1967
By Kermit Bloomgarden. Mark Hellinger Theater, New York.
216 Life with Father, 1967
Adapted from Clarence Day by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. New York City Center, New York.
216 Little Murders, 1967 (2 Copies)
By Jules Feiffer. Broadhurst Theater, New York.
216 Love in E-Flat, 1967
By Norman Krasna. Brooks Atkinson Theater, New York.
216 Mame, 1967 (2 Copies)
By Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. Winter Garden, New York.
216 Man of La Mancha, 1967
By Dale Wasserman, music by Mitch Leigh. Civic Light Opera, San Francisco California.
216 More Stately Mansions, 1967 (2 Copies)
By Eugene O'Neill. Broadhurst Theater, New York.
216 The Natural Look, 1967
By Lee Thuna. Longacre Theater, New York.
216 The Ninety-Day Mistress, 1967
By J.J. Coyle. Biltmore Theater, New York.
217 Of Love Remembered, 1967
By Arnold SundGaard. Anta Theater, New York.
217 The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat As Performed By The Inmates Of The Asylum Of Charenton Under The Direction Of The Marquis De Sade, 1967
By Peter Weiss, English version by Geoffrey Skelton, Verse Adaptation by Adrian Mitchell. Majestic Theatre, New York.
217 Phaedra, 1967
A Tragedy by Jean Racine, English Version by Robert Lowell. [The Southwark Theatre Company] at The Theatre of Living Arts, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
217 The Promise, 1967
By Aleksei Arbuzov. Henry Miller's Theater, New York.
217 Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, 1967
By Tom Stoppard. Alvin Theater, New York.
217 Scuba Duba, 1967
By Bruce Jay Friedman. The New Theatre, New York.
217 Sherry!, 1967 (2 Copies)
By James Lipton. Alvin Theater, New York.
217 Showboat, 1967
Music by Jerome KernBook and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, book by Edna Ferber. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
217 Snoopy!!!, 1967
Book by Warren Lockhart, Arthur Whitelaw and Michael L. Grace, music by Larry Grossman, lyrics by Hal Hackady. Little Fox Theatre, San Francisco California.
217 Something Different, 1967
By Carl Reiner. Cort Theater, New York.
217 The Sorrows of Frederick, 1967
By Romulus Linney. Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles California.
217 South Pacific, 1967
Music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, book by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd and Joshua Logan. Music Theater of Lincoln Center, New York.
217 The Star Spangled Girl, 1967
By Neil Simon. The Plymouth Theater, New York.
218 There's a Girl in my Soup, 1967 (3 Copies)
By Terence Frisby. The Music Box, New York.
218 The Trial of Lee Harvey Oswald, 1967 (2 Copies)
By Amram Ducovney and Leon Friedman. Anta Theater, New York.
218 Walking Happy, 1967 (2 Copies)
Book by Roger O. Hirson and Ketti Frings, lyrics by Sammy Cahn, music by James Van Heusen. Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles California.
218 Wonderful Town, 1967
By Joseph Fields and Jerome Chodorov. New York City Center, New York.
218 You Know I Can't Hear You When The Water is Running, 1967 (3 Copies; 2 Cover Designs)
By Robert Anderson. Ambassador Theater, New York.
218 You're A Good Man Charlie Brown, 1967
By Charles M. Schulz, music and lyrics by Clark Gesner. Little Fox Theatre, San Francisco California.
218 You're A Good Man Charlie Brown, 1967
By Charles M. Schulz, music and lyrics by Clark Gesner. Spotlight. Theatre 80 St. Marks, New York.
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221 Adaption, 1968
By Elaine May. Evergreen Showcard. Greenwich Mews Theatre, New York.
221 Annie Get Your Gun, 1968
Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin, book by Herbert and Dorothy Fields. Municipal Theatre, St. Louis Missouri.
See Souvenir Program In Folder A-C
221 Big Time Buck White, 1968
By Joseph Dolan Tuotti. Evergreen Showcard. Village South Theatre, New York.
221 Before You Go, 1968
By Lawrence Holofcener. Henry Miller's Theater, New York.
221 The Boys in the Band, 1968
By Mart Crowley. Evergreen Showcard. Theatre Four, New York.
221 Brigadoon, 1968 (See Souvenir Program In Folder A-C)
Music by Frederick Loewe, book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner. Municipal Theatre, St. Louis Missouri.
221 Cabaret, 1968 (2 Copies)
Book by Joe Masteroff, music by John Kander. Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles California.
221 Cabaret, 1968
Book by Joe Masteroff, music by John Kander. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
221 Cabaret, 1968
Book by Joe Masteroff, music by John Kander, lyrics by Fred Ebb. Imperial Theatre, New York.
221 Cactus Flower, 1968
By Abe Burrows, based play by Pierre Barillet and Jean Gredy. Longacre Theatre, New York.
221 Call Me Madam, 1968
Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin, book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Municipal Opera, St. Louis Missouri.
221 Call Me Madam, 1968
Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin, ook by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Municipal Opera, St. Louis Missouri.
See Souvenir Program In Folder A-C
221 The Cannibals, 1968
By George Tabori. St. Clement's Church. New York.
221 Carousel, 1968
Music by Richard RodgersBook and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd. Municipal Theatre, St. Louis Missouri.
See Souvenir Program In Folder A-C
221 The Cuban Thing, 1968
By Jack Gelber. Henry Miller's Theater, New York.
222 Dames at Sea, 1968
Book and lyrics by George Haimsohn and Robin Miller. Theatre De Lys, New York.
222 Darling of the Day, 1968
By Arnold Bennett. George Abbott Theater, New York.
222 A Day in the Death of Joe Egg, 1968
By Peter Nichols. Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York.
222 Dear World, 1968
Book by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. Mark Hellinger Theatre, New York.
222 The Drunkard, 1968 (2 Copies)
By Mr. W. N. Smith, Assisting rewite, direction and lyrics by Mr. Ted Loupus, Musical Score by Mr. Angelo Casselli. [The Chestnut Hill Players] Water Tower Center Music Carnival, Chicago Illinois.
222 The Education of Hyman Kaplan, 1968
By Benjamin Bernard Zavin. Alvin Theater, New York.
222 Everything in the Garden, 1968
By Edward Albee. The Plymouth Theater, New York.
223 The Fantasticks, 1968
Book and lyrics by Tom Jones. Evergreen Showcard. Sullivan Street Playhouse, New York.
223 The Fig Leaves Are Falling, 1968
By Allan Sherman. Broadhurst Theater, New York.
223 The Flip Side, 1968
By Hugh and Margaret Williams. The Booth Theater, New York.
223 Forty Carats, 1968
By Barillet and Gredy. Morosco Theater, New York.
223 Forty Carats, 1968
Adapted by Jay Allen from a play by Barillet and Gredy. National Theatre, Washington, D.C.
224 George M!, 1968
By George Cohan. The Palace Theater, New York.
224 Georgie Porgie, 1968
By George Birimisa. Georgetown Productions, Washington, D.C.
224 Golden Rainbow, 1968
By Ernest Kinoy. Sam S. Shubert Theater, New York.
224 The Goodbye People, 1968 (3 Copies; 2 Cover Designs)
By Herb Gardner. Ethel Barrymore Theater, New York.
224 The Great White Hope, 1968
By Howard Sackler. Alvin Theater, New York.
225 Hadrian VII, 1968
By Peter Luke. Helen Hayes Theater, New York.
225 Hair, 1968
By Gerome Ragni and James Rado. Biltmore Theater, New York.
225 Hallelujah, Baby, 1968
By Arthur Laurents, Betty Comden and Adolph Green. Martin Beck Theater, New York.
225 The Happy Time, 1968 (2 Copies)
By N. Richard Nash. The Broadway Theater, New York.
225 Hello, Dolly, 1968
Book by Michael Stewart, music and lyrics by Jerry Herman. Municipal Opera, St. Louis Missouri.
See Souvenir Program In Folder A-C
225 Here's Where I Belong, 1968
Book by Alex Gordon, based on John Steinbeck's novel East of Eden. Billy Rose Theatre, New York.
225 Her First Roman, 1968 (2 Copies)
Book, music, and lyrics by Ervin Drake, based on G.B. Shaw's Caesar and Cleopatra. Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, New York.
225 How Now, Dow Jones, 1968 (3 Copies)
By Carolyn Leigh. Lunt-Fontanne Theater, New York.
225 Huui, Huui, 1968
By Anne Burr. Public Theatre, New York.
226 I Do! I Do!, 1968
Book and lyrics by Tom Jones. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
226 I'm Solomon, 1968
By Sammy Gronemann. Mark Hellinger Theater, New York.
226 I Never Sang for my Father, 1968 (2 Copies)
By Robert Anderson. Longacre Theater, New York.
226 In Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer, 1968
By Heinar Kipphardt. Center Theatre Group, Los Angeles California.
226 Jimmy Shine, 1968
By Murray Schisgal. Brooks Atkinson Theater, New York.
226 The Latent Heterosexual, 1968
By Paddy Chayefsky. Huntington Hartford Theatre, Hollywood California.
226 Loot, 1968
By Joe Orton. Biltmore Theater, New York.
226 Lovers and Other Strangers, 1968
By Renee Taylor and Joseph Bologna. Brooks Atkinson Theater, New York.
227 MacBird, 1968
By Barbara Garson. The Players' Ring Gallery, Inc., Los Angeles California.
227 Maggie Flynn, 1968 (2 Copies; Different Covers)
By George David Weiss. Anta Theater, New York.
227 Mame, 1968
Book by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
227 The Man in the Glass Booth, 1968 (2 Copies)
By Robert Shaw. Royale Theater, New York.
227 Man of La Mancha, 1968 (2 Copies)
By Dale Wasserman. Anta Washington Square Theatre, New York.
227 Mark Twain Tonight, 1968
By Hal Holbrook. University Regent Theatre, Virginia Beach Virginia.
227 Marlene Dietrich, 1968
By Burt Bacharach. Mark Hellinger Theater, New York.
227 The Merry Widow, 1968
Music by Franz Lehar, lyrics by Forman Brown. Municipal Theatre, St. Louis Missouri.
See Souvenir Program In Folder A-C
227 More Stately Mansions, 1968 (2 Copies)
By Eugene O'Neill. Broadhurst Theater, New York.
227 Morning, Noon and Night, 1968
By Israel Horovitz, and Leonard Melfi. Henry Miller's Theater, New York.
227 My Fair Lady, 1968
Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe. Municipal Theatre, St. Louis Missouri.
See Souvenir Program In Folder A-C
228 New Faces of 1968, 1968
By Leonard Sillman. The Booth Theatre, New York.
228 The Only Game in Town, 1968
By Frank D. Gilroy. The Broadhurst Theatre, New York.
228 The Only Game in Town, 1968
By Frank D. Gilroy. Shubert Theatre, New Haven Connecticut.
228 Pantagleize, 1968
By Michel De Ghelderode. Lyceum Theatre, New York.
228 The Pajama Game, 1968
Book by George Abbott and Richard Bissell, music and lyrics by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross. Municipal Theatre, St. Louis Missouri.
See Souvenir Program In Folder A-C
228 Plaza Suite, 1968 (2 Copies)
By Neil Simon. The Plymouth Theater, New York.
228 The Price, 1968 (2 Copies)
By Arthur Miller. The Morosco Theatre, New York.
228 Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, 1968 (2 Copies)
By Jay Allen. Helen Hayes Theater, New York.
229 The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, 1968
By Bertolt Brecht. Minnesota Theatre Co. Billy Rose Theatre, New York.
229 Rockefeller and the Red Indians, 1968
By Ray Galton and Alan Simpson. National Theatre, Washington, D.C.
229 Rosalinda, 1968
Book by Gottfried Reinhardt and John Meehan, Jr. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
229 Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, 1968
By Tom Stoppard. Eugene O'Neill Theatre, New York.
229 Seven Descents of Myrtle, 1968 (2 Copies)
By Tennessee Williams. Ethel Barrymore Theater, New York.
229 She Stoops To Conquer, 1968
By Oliver Goldsmith. Ford's Theatre, Baltimore Maryland.
229 Show Boat, 1968
Music by Jerome Kern, ook and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd. Municipal Opera, St. Louis Missouri.
See Souvenir Program In Folder A-C
229 Sound of Music, 1968
Music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd. Municipal Opera, St. Louis Missouri.
See Souvenir Program In Folder A-C
229 Spitting Image, 1968
By Colin Spencer. Evergreen Showcard. Theatre de Lys, New York.
229 Staircase, 1968 (2 Copies)
By Charles Dyer. Biltmore Theater, New York.
229 The Sudden and Accidental Re-education of Horse Johnson, 1968
By Douglas Taylor. Belasco Theater, New York.
229 Sweet Potato, 1968
By Noël Coward. Ethel Barrymore Theater, New York.
2210 There's a Girl in My Soup, 1968
By Terence Frisby. The Music Box, New York.
2210 We Bombed in New Haven, 1968 (2 Copies)
By Joseph Heller. Ambassador Theater, New York.
2210 Weekend, 1968 (2 Copies)
By Gore Vidal. The Broadhurst Theatre, New York.
2210 Weekend, 1968
By Gore Vidal. The Playhouse On Stage Theater, Chula Vista California.
2210 Weekend, 1968
By Gore Vidal. National Theatre, Washington, D.C.
2210 West Side Story, 1968
Book by Arthur Laurents, Music by Leonard Bernstein, Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Music Theatre of Lincoln Center, New York.
2210 The Wizard of Oz, 1968
Music and lyrics by Harold Arlen and E. Y. Harburg. Municipal Opera, St. Louis Missouri.
See Souvenir Program In Folder A-C
2210 You Know I Can't Hear You When The Water's Running, 1968
By Robert Anderson. Broadhurst Theater, New York.
2210 You Know I Can't Hear You When The Water's Running, 1968
By Robert Anderson. The Playhouse On Stage Theater, Chula Vista California.
2210 Your Own Thing, 1968
Book by Donald Driver. Evergreen Showcard. Orpheum Theatre, New York.
2210 You're A Good Man Charlie Brown, 1968
By Charles M. Schulz. Showcard. Theatre 80 St. Marks, New York.
2210 Zorba, 1968
By Joseph Stein. Imperial Theater, New York.
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231 1491, 1969
Book by Meredith Wilson and Richard Morris with collaboration by Ira Barmak. Civic Light Opera, San Francisco California.
231 1776, 1969 (4 Copies)
By Sherman Edwards. Forty-Sixth Street Theater, New York.
231 1776, 1969
By Sherman Edwards. National Theatre, Washington, D.C.
231 Adaption, 1969
By Elaine May. Happy Medium Theatre, New York.
231 Billy, 1969
By Stephen Glassman. Billy Rose Theater, New York.
231 The Boys in the Band, 1969
By Mart Crowley. National Theatre, Washington, D.C.
231 Buck White, 1969
Music, lyrics and book adaptation by Oscar Brown, Jr., original play by Joseph Dolan Tuotti. George Abbott Theatre, New York.
232 Canterbury Tales, 1969 (2 Copies)
By Geoffrey Chaucer. Eugene O'Neill Theater, New York.
232 Ceremonies in Dark Old Men, 1969
By Lonne Elder 3rd. Pocket Theatre, New York.
232 Coco, 1969 (2 Copies)
By Alan Jay Lerner. Mark Hellinger Theater, New York.
232 Come Summer, 1969
By Will Holt. Lunt-Fontanne Theater, New York.
232 Cop-Out, 1969 (2 Copies)
By John Guare. Cort Theatre, New York.
232 Dames At Sea, 1969
Book and lyrics by George Haimsohn and Robin Miller, music by Jim Wise. Bouwerie Lane Theatre, New York.
232 Dear World, 1969 (2 Copies; Different Covers)
By Jerry Herman. Mark Hellinger Theater, New York.
232 Does A Tiger Wear A Necktie, 1969
By Don Peterson. Belasco Theater, New York.
233 Fiddler on the Roof, 1969 (2 Copies)
Book by Joseph Stein, music by Jerry Bock, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick. Berkeley Community Theatre, San Francisco California.
233 Fiddler on the Roof, 1969
Book by Joseph Stein, music by Jerry Bock, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick. Majestic Theatre, New York.
233 Fiddler on the Roof, 1969
Book by Joseph Stein, music by Jerry Bock, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick. Shubert Theatre, New York.
233 Fire, 1969
By John Roc. Longacre Theater, New York.
233 Forty Carats, 1969
Adapted by Jay Allen from a play by Barillet and Gredy. Hanna Theatre, Cleveland Ohio.
233 Forty Carats, 1969
Adapted by Jay Allen from a play by Barillet and Gredy. The Morosco Theater, New York.
233 Forty Carats, 1969
Adapted by Jay Allen from a play by Barillet and Gredy. Shubert Theatre, Cincinnati Ohio.
233 The Front Page, 1969 (2 Copies; Different Covers)
By Ben Hecht. Ethel Barrymore Theater, New York.
234 Geese, 1969 (2 Copies)
By Gus Weill. Players Theatre, New York.
234 George M!, 1969
Music and lyrics by George M. Cohan, book by Michael Stewart and John and Fran Pascal. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
234 The Great White Hope, 1969 (4 Copies)
By Howard Sackler. Alvin Theater, New York.
234 Hadrian VII, 1969
By Peter Luke. Helen Hayes Theater, New York.
234 Hair, 1969
By Gerome Ragni and James Rado. Biltmore Theater, New York.
234 Hello, Dolly, 1969 (2 Copies)
By Michael Stewart. St. James Theater, New York.
234 Indians, 1969 (2 Copies)
By Arthur Kopit. Brooks Atkinson Theater, New York.
235 Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris, 1969
Book and lyrics by Eric Blau and Mort Shuman, music by Jacques Brel. Village Gate, New York.
235 Jeremy Troy, 1969 (2 Copies)
By Jack Sharkey, Ann Willis, and Beverly Ballard. National Theatre, Washington, D.C.
235 Jimmy, 1969
By Melville Shavelson. Winter Garden Theater, New York.
235 Jimmy Shine, 1969
By Murray Schisgal. Brooks Atkinson Theater, New York.
235 The Journey of the Fifth Horse, 1969
By Ronald Ribman. Center Stage, New York.
235 Lady Audley's Secret, 1969
Music by George Goehring, lyrics by John Kuntz, adapted by Douglas Seale. Playhouse in the Park, Cincinnati Ohio.
235 Last of the Red Hot Lovers, 1969
By Neil Simon. Eugene O'Neill Theatre, New York.
235 Lovers, 1969
By Brian Friel. The Colonial Theater, New York.
235 The Man In The Glass Booth, 1969
By Robert Shaw. Royale Theater, New York.
235 Man of La Mancha, 1969
By Dale Wasserman. Curran Theater, San Francisco California.
235 Man of La Mancha, 1969
By Dale Wasserman. Martin Beck Theater, New York.
235 The Mother Lover, 1969
By Jerome Weidman. Booth Theatre, New York.
235 My Daughter, Your Son, 1969
By Phoebe and Henry Ephron. The Booth Theater, New York.
235 My Fair Lady, 1969
Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
236 Oh! Calcutta!, 1969 (3 Copies)
By Kenneth Tynan, music and lyrics by Robert Dennis, Peter Schickele, and Stanley Walden. Eden Theatre, New York.
236 Our American Cousin, 1969
By Tom Taylor. Ford's Theatre, Baltimore Maryland.
236 Our Town, 1969
By Thornton Wilder. Anta Theatre, New York.
236 Our Town, 1969
By Thornton Wilder. Huntington Hartford Theatre, Hollywood California.
236 A Patriot For Me, 1969 (2 Copies)
By John Osborne. Imperial Theater, New York.
236 A Patriot For Me, 1969
By John Osborne. National Theatre, Washington, D.C.
236 The Penny Wars, 1969
by Elliott Baker. National Theatre, Washington, D.C.
236 Play It Again, Sam, 1969 (2 Copies)
By Woody Allen. Broadhurst Theater, New York.
236 Play It Again, Sam, 1969
By Woody Allen. National Theatre, Washington, D.C.
236 Private Lives, 1969
By Noël Coward. National Theatre, Washington, D.C.
236 Promises, Promises, 1969 (3 Copies)
By Neil Simon. Sam S. Schubert Theater, New York.
237 Sal Mineo's Fortune and Men's Eyes, 1969
By John Herbert. Stage 73, New York.
237 Teaspoon Every Three Hours, 1969
By Jackie Mason and Mike Mortman. ANTA Theatre, New York.
237 Three Men on a Horse, 1969
By John Cecil Holm and George Abbott. Lyceum Theatre, New York.
237 A Way of Life, 1969
By Murray Schisgal. Anta Theater, New York.
237 Wrong Way Light Bulb, 1969
By Leonard Spigelgass. John Golden Theater, New York.
237 Your Own Thing, 1969
By Hal Hester and Danny Apolinar. Walnut St. Theatre [Under the direction of Messrs. Shubert] Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
237 Your Own Thing, 1969
By Hal Hester and Danny Apolinar. Shubert Theatre, New York.
237 Zelda, 1969
By Sylvia Regan. Ethel Barrymore Theater, New York.
237 Zorba, 1969
Book by Joseph Stein, Adapted from Zorba The Greek, by Nikos Kazantzakis. Imperial Theatre, New York.
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241 1776, 1970
Music and lyrics by Sherman Edwards, book by Peter Stone. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
241 Applause, 1970 (3 Copies)
By Betty Comden and Adolph Greene. The Palace Theater, New York.
241 Ari, 1970
Book and lyrics by Leon Uris, music by Walt Smith. Shubert Theatre, New York.
241 Best of Friends, 1970
By James Elward. Pocono Playhouse, Mountainhome, Pennsylvania.
241 Bitter Sweet, 1970
By Sir Noël Coward, produced and directed by Dan Rodden. La Salle College, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
241 Black Comedy, 1970
By Peter Shaffer [Your Own Thing, by The Rock Musical, You Know I Can't Hear You When The Water's Running, by Robert Anderson] Resident Theatre Jewish Community Center Danciger Auditorium, Kansas City Montana.
241 Bob and Ray the Two and Only, 1970
By Bob Elliot and Ray Goulding. John Golding Theatre, New York.
241 Borstal Boy, 1970
adapted by Frank McMahon. Lyceum Theatre, New York.
241 The Boy Friend, 1970 (2 Copies)
By Sandy Wilson. Ambassador Theater, New York.
241 Butterflies Are Free, 1970 (3 Copies)
By Leonard Gershe. The Booth Theater, New York.
241 Butterflies Are Free, 1970
By Leonard Gershe. Studebaker Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
242 Canterbury Tales, 1970
Book by Martin Starkie and Nevill CoghillBased on a Translation from Geoffrey Chaucer, by Nevill Coghill. Shubert Theatre, New York.
242 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, 1970
By Tennessee Williams. Ivanhoe Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
242 Child's Play, 1970 (3 Copies)
By Robert Marasco. Royale Theater, New York.
242 Coco, 1970 (4 Copies)
Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Andre Previn. Mark Hellinger Theatre, New York.
242 Company, 1970 (4 Copies)
Book by George Furth, music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Alvin Theatre, New York.
242 Company, 1970
Book by George Furth, music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Shubert Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
242 Conduct Unbecoming, 1970 (2 Copies)
By Barry England. Ethel Barrymore Theater, New York.
242 Cry For Us All, 1970
By William Alfred and Albert Marre. Broadhurst Theater, New York.
243 The Dirtiest Show in Town, 1970
By Tom Eyen. Astor Place Theatre, New York.
243 Dylan, 1970
By Sidney Michaels, based on Dylan Thomas in America, by John Malcolm and Leftover Life to Kill, by Caitlin Thomas. Forrest Theatre [Under the Direction of Messrs. Shubert], Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
243 Emlyn Williams as Charles Dickens, 1970
Production supervison, and Lightning Designed by Robert Crawley. Athenaeum Theatre, Melbourne Australia.
243 Everybody Loves Opal, 1970
By John Patrick. Drury Lane Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
243 Fiddler on the Roof, 1970
Book by Joseph Stein, based on Sholom Aleichem's stories. Majestic Theatre, New York.
243 Forty Carats, 1970
Adapted by Jay Allen, originally by Barillet and Gredy. Central City Opera House, Central City Colorado.
243 Forty Carats, 1970
Adapted by Jay Allen, originally by Barillet and Gredy. The Morosco Theatre, New York.
243 Forty Carats, 1970
Adapted by Jay Allen from a play by Barillet and Gredy. Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles California.
243 Four on a Garden, 1970
Adapted by Abe Burrows. National Theatre, Washington, D.C.
243 Gantry, 1970
By Peter Bellwood. George Abbott Theater, New York.
243 Georgy, 1970
By Margaret Forster. Winter Garden, New York.
243 The Gingerbread Lady, 1970
By Neil Simon. The Plymouth Theatre, New York.
243 Golden Bat: a Japanese Rock Musical, 1970
Book and lyrics by Yutaka Higashi, music by Itsuro Shimoda. Sheridan Square Playhouse, New York.
244 Hair, 1970
Book and lyrics by Gerome Ragni and James Rado music by Galt MacDermot. Biltmore Theatre, New York.
244 Harvey, 1970 (2 Copies)
By Mary Chase. ANTA Theater, New York.
244 Hello, Dolly!, 1970
Book by Micheal Stewart, based on the orginal play by Thornton Wilder. St. James Theatre, New York.
244 Home, 1970 (2 Copies)
By David Story. The Morosco Theater, New York.
244 Idiot's Delight, 1970
By Robert E. Sherwood. Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, California.
244 Inquest, 1970
Written by Donald FreedBased on Invitation To An Inquest, by Walter and Miriam Schneir. The Music Box Theatre, New York.
244 Last of The Red Hot Lovers, 1970
By Neil Simon. Eugene O' Neill Theater, New York.
244 Lemon Sky, 1970
By Hanford Wilson. Ivanhoe Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
244 Les Blancs, 1970
By Lorraine Hansberry. Longacre Theatre, New York.
244 Look to the Lillies, 1970 (2 Copies; Different Covers)
By Leonard Spiegelgass. Lunt-Fontanne Theater, New York.
244 Lovely Ladies, Kind Gentlemen, 1970 (2 Copies)
Book by John Patrick, music and lyrics by Stan Freeman and Franklin Underwood. Civic Light Opera, San Francisco California.
244 Lovely Ladies, Kind Gentlemen, 1970
Book by John Patrick, music and lyrics by Stan Freeman and Franklin Underwood. Majestic Theatre, New York.
245 The Member of the Wedding, 1970
By Carson McCullers. Ivanhoe Theatre, Chicago Illinois.
245 The Me Nobody Knows, 1970
By Herb Schapiro. Helen Hayes Theater, New York.
245 Minnie's Boys, 1970
By Arthur Marx and Robert Fischer. Imperial Theater, New York.
245 No, No, Nanette, 1970
By Otto Harbach and Frank Mandel. Forrest Theater [Under the direction of Messrs. Shubert], New York.
245 No, No, Nanette, 1970
By Otto Harbach and Frank Mandel. Shubert Theater, New York.
245 No Place To Be Somebody, 1970
By Charles Gordone. ANTA Theater New York.
245 Norman, Is That You?, 1970
By Ron Clark and Sam Bobrick. Lyceum Theater, New York.
245 Not Now, Darling, 1970
By Ray Cooney and John Chapman. Brooks Atkinson Theater, New York.
245 Oh! Calcutta!, 1970
By Kenneth Tynan. Eden Theatre, New York.
246 Play It Again, Sam, 1970
By Woody Allen, with Red Buttons. Shubert Theatre, New York.
246 Plaza Suite, 1970
By Neil Simon, Original Production directed by Mike Nichols. William Goldman, New Locust Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
246 Plaza Suite, 1970
By Neil Simon, Original Production directed by Mike Nichols. The Plymouth Theatre, New York.
246 Private Lives, 1970
By Noël Coward. Billy Rose Theatre, New York.
246 Private Lives, 1970
By Noël Coward. The Broadhurst Theatre, New York.
246 Promises, Promises, 1970
Book by Neil Simon, music by Burt Bacharach, lyrics by Hal David. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
246 Promises, Promises, 1970 (3 Copies)
Book by Neil Simon, music by Burt Bacharach, lyrics by Hal David. Sam. S. Shubert Theatre, New York.
246 Purlie, 1970 (4 Copies)
By Ossie Davis. Broadway Theater, New York.
247 The Rothschilds, 1970 (2 Copies)
Music by Jerry Bock, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick, book by Sherman Yellen. Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
247 The Secretary Bird, 1970
By William Douglas Home, directed by Porter Van Zandt. Pocono Playhouse, Mountainhome Pennsylvania.
247 Sleuth, 1970
By Anthony Shaffer. The Music Box, New York.
247 Sleuth, 1970
By Anthony Shaffer. National Theatre, Washington, D.C.
247 Story Theatre, 1970
By Paul Sills. Ambassador Theatre, New York.
247 Trelawny of The "Wells", 1970
By Sir Arthur Wing Pinero. New York Shakespeare Festival Public Theatre, New York.
247 Two By Two, 1970 (3 Copies; 2 Cover Designs)
By Peter Stone. Imperial Theater, New York.
247 "W.C.", 1970
Book by Milton Sperling and Sam Locke, music and lyrics by Al Carmines. Painter's Mill Music Fair, Owings Mills Maryland.
247 You Can't Take it With You, 1970
By Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. Todd Wehr Theatre, Milwaukee Wisconsin.
247 Zorba, 1970
Book by Joseph Stein, music by John Kander, lyrics by Fred Ebb. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
247 Zorba, 1970
Book by Joseph Stein, music by John Kander, lyrics by Fred Ebb. The Civic Light Opera, Los Angeles California.
247 Zorba, 1970
Book by Joseph Stein, music by John Kander, lyrics by Fred Ebb. Music Hall, Kansas City Missouri.
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251 1776, 1971
Book by Peter Stone, based on a Conception of Sherman Edwards. Forty- Sixth Street Theatre, New York.
251 1776, 1971
Book by Peter Stone, based on a Conception of Sherman Edwards. St. James Theatre, New York.
251 Abelard And Heloise, 1971 (3 Copies)
By Ronald Millar. Brooks Atkinson Theater, New York.
251 All Over, 1971 (3 Copies)
By Edward Albee. Martin Beck Theater, New York.
251 And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little, 1971 (2 Copies; 1 Copy has 3 Signatures on Cover)
By Paul Zindel. The Morosco Theatre, New York.
251 And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little, 1971
By Paul Zindel. The National Theatre, Washington, D.C.
251 Applause, 1971 (3 Copies)
By Betty Comden and Adolph Green. The Palace Theater, New York.
252 Black Girl, 1971
By J. E. Franklin. Henry Street Settlement's New Federal Theatre, Theatre De Lys, New York.
252 Black Light Theatre of Prague, 1971
Directed by Jiri Srnec. Walnut St. Theatre, New York.
252 Bob and Ray The Two and Only, 1971
Directed by Joseph Hardy. John Golden Theatre, New York.
252 Butterflies Are Free, 1971 (3 Copies; 2 Cover Designs)
By Leonard Gershe. The Booth Theater, New York.
252 Butterflies Are Free, 1971
By Leonard Gershe. Forrest Theatre [Under the direction of Messrs. Shubert], Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
252 Candide, 1971
Music by Leonard Bernstein, lyrics by Richard Wilbur. Civic Light Opera, San Francisco California.
252 Candide, 1971
Music by Leonard Bernstein, lyrics by Richard Wilbur. Playhouse In The Park Lincoln Festival John B. Kelly, New York.
252 Catch Me if You Can, 1971
Directed by Leslie B. Cutler. Kenley Players, Warren Ohio.
252 Company, 1971 (3 Copies; 2 Cover Designs)
Book by George Furth, music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Alvin Theater, New York.
252 Company, 1971
By George Furth, music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Curran Theater, San Francisco California.
252 Conduct Unbecoming, 1971
By Barry England. Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York.
253 Dear Love, 1971
By Jerome Kilty. National Theatre, Washington, D.C.
253 A Doll's House, and Hedda Gabler, 1971 (2 Copies)
By Henrik Ibsen. Playhouse Theatre, New York.
253 An Enemy Of The People, 1971 (Cover Detached)
Translated and directed by Allen Fletcher. The American Conservatory Theatre of San Francisco, San Francisco California.
253 Fiddler on the Roof, 1971
Book by Joseph Stein. The Broadway Theatre, New York.
253 Fiddler on the Roof, 1971
Book by Joseph Stein. Opera House, Chicago Illinois.
253 Fiddler on the Roof, 1971
Book by Joseph Stein. Valley Forge Music Fair, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
253 Follies, 1971 (4 Copies)
By James Goldman. The Winter Garden, New York.
253 Forty Carats, 1971
Adapted by Jay Allen from a play by Barillet and Gredy. Clowes Memorial Hall of Butler University, Indianapolis Indiana.
253 Forty Carats, 1971
Adapted by Jay Allen from a play by Barillet and Gredy. The Morosco Theater, New York.
253 Forty Carats, 1971
Adapted by Jay Allen from a play by Barillet and Gredy. Valley Forge Music Fair, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
253 Four on a Garden, 1971 (2 Copies)
By Abe Burrows. Broadhurst Theater, New York.
253 Fun City, 1971
By Lester Colodny, Joan Rivers, Edgar Rosenberg. National Theatre, Washington, D.C.
254 The Gingerbread Lady, 1971 (3 Copies)
By Neil Simon. The Plymouth Theater, New York.
254 Godspell, 1971 (2 Copies)
Music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz. Cherry Lane Theatre, New York.
254 Hair, 1971
By Gerome Ragni and James Rado. Biltmore Theater, New York.
254 Honor Challenged, 1971 (2 Copies)
By Skip Redwine, Larry Frank, and Heywood Gould. Longacre Theater, New York.
254 The House of Blue Leaves, 1971
By John Guare.
254 How The Other Half Loves, 1971
By Alan Ayckbourn. National Theatre, Washington, D.C.
254 How The Other Half Loves, 1971
By Alan Ayckbourn. Royale Theater, New York.
255 The Incomparable Max, 1971
By Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. Royale Theater, New York.
255 Jesus Christ Superstar, 1971 (2 Copies)
By Tom O'Horgan. Mark Hellinger Theater, New York.
255 Knickerbocker Holiday, 1971
Words by Maxwell Anderson, music by Kurt Weill. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
255 Last of the Red Hot Lovers, 1971
By Neil Simon. Eugene O'Neill Theatre, New York.
255 Lenny, 1971
By Julian Barry. Brooks Atkinson Theater, New York.
255 Metamorphoses, 1971
[Alternating with Story Theatre], by Paul Sills. Ambassador Theatre, New York.
255 Midsummer Nights Dream, 1971 (2 Copies)
By William Shakespeare. Billy Rose Theater.
255 Mother Earth, 1971
Book and lyrics by Ron Thronson, music by Toni Shearer. Marines' Memorial Theatre, San Francisco California.
256 Nightride, 1971
By Lee Barton. Vandam Theatre, New York.
256 No, No, Nanette, 1971 (5 Copies)
By Otto Harbach and Frank Mandel. 46th Street Theater, New York.
256 Oh! Calcutta!, 1971
By Kenneth Tynan. Belasco Theater, New York.
256 Old Times, 1971 (3 Copies)
By Harold Pinter. Billy Rose Theater, New York.
256 On the Town, 1971 (3 Copies)
By Betty Comden and Adolph Green. Imperial Theater, New York.
256 One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, 1971
By Dale Wasserman from the novel by Ken Kesey. Mercer Art Center, New York.
257 The Philanthropist, 1971 (3 Copies)
By Christopher Hampton. Ethel Barrymore Theater, New York.
257 The Playboy of Seville or Supper with a Statue, 1971
By Tirso De Molina and translated by Adrienne M. Schizzano and Oscar Mandel. The Cubiculo Theatre, New York.
257 The Prisoner of Second Avenue, 1971 (3 Copies)
By Neil Simon. Eugene O'Neill Theater, New York.
257 Promises, Promises, 1971 (2 Cp[oes)
Book by Neil Simon, based on the screenplay The Apartment by Billy Wilder and I. A. L. Diamond. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, Manhattan New York.
257 Purpie, 1971
Book by Davis-Rose-Udell, based on the play Purlie Victorious, by Ossie Davis. Winter Garden Theatre, New York.
257 The Rothschilds, 1971 (2 Copies)
Book by Sherman Yellen. Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, New York.
258 The School for Wives, 1971 (2 Copies)
By Moliere. Phoenix Theatre, Lyceum Theatre, New York.
258 Scratch, 1971
By Archibald Macleish. St. James Theater, New York.
258 The Secret Affairs of Mildred Wild, 1971
By Paul Zindel. Ambassador Theater, New York.
258 Seventy, Girls, 70, 1971
Book by Fred Ebb and Norman L. Martin, music by John Kander, lyrics by Fred Ebb. Broadhurst Theatre, New York.
258 Sleuth, 1971
By Anthony Shaffer. The Morris A. Mechanic Theatre, Baltimore Maryland.
258 Sleuth, 1971 (4 Copies, 1 with Signed Cover)
By Anthony Shaffer. The Music Box, New York.
258 Solitaire/Double Solitaire, 1971
By Robert Anderson. John Golden Theater, New York.
258 Story Theater, 1971
By Paul Sills. Ambassador Theater, New York.
258 Story Theatre: Magical Folk Rock Fables, 1971
By Paul Stills. John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington D.C.
259 There's A Girl In My Soup, 1971
By Terence Frisby, directed by Peter Pagan. Playhouse In The Park Lincoln Festival John B. Kelly, New York.
259 There's One in Every Marriage, 1971
Adapted by Suzanne Grossman and Paxton Whitehead from Georges Feydeau. Royale Theatre, New York.
259 To Live Another Summer, to Pass Another Winter, 1971
Book by Hayim Hefer, music by Dov Seltzer. Helen Hayes Theatre, New York.
259 Tommy And Hip and Straight, 1971
Founded and Directed by Ludmilla Chiriaeff. [Les Grands Ballets Canadiens], Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
259 The Trial of Catonsville Nine, 1971
By Daniel Barrigan. Lyceum Theater, New York.
259 The Trial of Catonsville Nine, 1971 (2 Copies)
By Daniel Barrigan. Phoenix Theater, New York.
259 Twigs, 1971 (3 Copies)
By George Furth. Broadhurst Theater, New York.
259 Two by Two, 1971
Music by Richard Rodgers, book by Peter Stone. Imperial Theatre, New York.
259 Two Gentlemen of Verona, 1971
Adapted by John Guare and Mel Shapiro from the play by William Shakespeare, lyrics by John Guare, music by Galt MacDermot. St. James Theatre, New York.
259 You're A Good Man Charlie Brown, 1971
By Charles M. Schulz. John Golden Theatre, New York.
259 You're A Good Man Charlie Brown, 1971
By Charles M. Schulz. The Theatre of The Living Arts, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
259 Wild and Wonderful, 1971
Book by Phil Phillps, from an original work by Bob Brotherton and Bob Miller. Lyceum Theatre, New York.
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261 Ain't Supposed to Die a Natural Death, 1972
Book, words and music by Mario Van Peebles. Ambassador Theatre, New York.
261 All the Girls Came Out to Play, 1972
By Richard T. Johnson and Daniel Hollywood. Cort Theatre, New York.
261 Applause, 1972
Book by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, music by Charles Strouse, lyrics by Lee Adams. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
261 The Bald Soprano, Maid To Marry, Motor Show, 1972
By Eugene Ionesco. City Lights Poets Theatre, San Francisco California.
261 The Beggar's Opera, 1972 (2 Copies)
By John Gay. The Chelsea Theatre, Brooklyn New York.
261 Berlin to Broadway With Kurt Weill, 1972
By Kurt Weill. Theatre de Lys., New York.
261 Butley, 1972 (3 Copies)
By Simon Gray. The Morosco Theater, New York.
261 Children! Children!, 1972
By Jack Horrigan. The Ritz Theater, New York.
261 Coming Out!, 1972
By Jonathan Katz. The Night House, New York.
261 Company, 1972 (2 Copies)
Book by George Furth, music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. National Theatre, Washington, D.C.
261 Company, 1972
Book by George Furth, music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Valley Forge Music Fair, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
261 The Country Boy, Himself, Sive, The Year of the Hiker, 1972
By John Murphy, James N. Healy, John B. Keane, and John Murphy. Riordan High School Theatre, San Francisco California.
261 The Country Girl, 1972 (2 Copies)
By Clifford Odets. Billy Rose Theater, New York.
261 Creation of the New World and Other Business, 1972
By Arthur Miller. Sam S. Schubert Theater, New York.
262 Different Times, 1972
By Michael Brown. ANTA Theater, New York.
262 East Lynne, 1972
by Mrs Henry Wood. Theatre Hopkins [The Barn Theatre], Johns Hopkins University Campus, Baltimore, Maryland.
262 Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds, 1972
By Paul Zindel.
262 Ernest In Love, 1972
Lyrics by Ann Croswell, music by Lee Pockriss. Lamplighters, San Francisco California.
262 An Evening of Mime, 1972
By Bert Houle and Sophie Wibaux. Center Stage, Washington, D.C.
262 An Evening With Richard Nixon and, 1972
By Gore Vidal. Sam S. Schubert Theater, New York.
262 Follies, 1972
Book by James Goldman, music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Winter Garden, New York.
262 Follies, 1972
Book by James Goldman, music by Stephen Sondheim. Shubert Theatre, Los Angeles California.
262 Forty Carats, 1972
Adapted by Jay Allen from a play by Barillet and Gredy. Paper Mill, Millburn New Jersey.
262 Fun City, 1972
By Lester Colodny, Joan Rivers, and Edgar Rosenberg. The Morosco Theatre, New York.
262 God Bless Coney, 1972
By John Glines. Orpheum Theatre, New York.
262 The Grass Harp, 1972
By Truman Capote. Martin Beck Theatre, New York.
262 Grease, 1972
Book, music, and lyrics by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey. Eden Theatre, New York.
262 Hark, 1972
Lyrics by Robert Lorick, music by Dan Goggin and Marvin Solley. Mercer Arts Center, New York.
262 Hark, 1972
Lyrics by Robert Lorick, music by Dan Goggin and Marvin Solley. Off Broadway, New York.
262 Heathen!, 1972
By Sir Robert Helpmann and Eaton Magoon, Jr. The Billy Rose Theater, New York.
263 Inner City, 1972
By Eve Merriam. Ethel Barrymore Theater, New York.
263 Jesus Christ Superstar, 1972
By Tom O'Horgan. Mark Hellinger Theater, New York.
263 Lost in The Stars, 1972 (2 Copies)
By Alan Paton. Imperial Theater, New York.
263 The Love Suicide at Schofield Barracks, 1972
By Romulus Linney. ANTA Theatre, New York.
263 The Lyrics and Lyricists Series, 1972
By Dorothy Fields. 92nd Street YM-YWHA, New York.
263 Moonchildren, 1972
By Michael Weller. Royale Theatre, New York.
263 Much Ado About Nothing, 1972
By William Shakespeare. Winter Garden Theatre, New York.
263 Mystery Play, 1972
By Jean-Claude Van Itallie. Cherry Lane Theatre, New York.
263 Night Watch, 1972 (2 Copies)
By Lucille Fletcher. The Morosco Theater, New York.
263 NO, NO, Nanette, 1972 (2 Copies)
Book by Otto Harbach and Frank Mande. The Civic Light Opera Association, Los Angeles California.
263 NO, NO, Nanette, 1972 (2 Copies)
Book by Otto Harbach and Frank Mandel. Forty-Sixth Street Theatre, New York.
263 NO, NO, Nanette, 1972
Book by Otto Harbach and Frank Mandel. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
263 The Prisoner of Second Avenue, 1972
By Neil Simon. Eugene O'Neill Theatre, Manhattan New York.
263 Purlie, 1972
Book by Davis-Rose-Udell, based on the play Purlie Victorious, by Ossie Davis. Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
263 The Real Inspector Hound and Acter Magritte, 1972
By Tom Stoppard. Theater Four, New York.
263 The Rothschilds, 1972 (2 Copies)
Book by Sherman Yellen. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
264 The Secret Affairs of Mildred Wild, 1972
By Paul Zindel. Ambassador Theatre, New York.
264 The Shadow of a Gunman, 1972
By Sean O'Casey. The Julian Theatre, San Francisco California.
264 The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window, 1972
By Lorraine Hansberry. Longacre Theater, New York.
264 6 RMS RIV VU, 1972
By Bob Randall. Helen Hayes Theatre, New York.
264 Sleuth, 1972
By Anthony Shaffer. American Conservatory Theatre, San Francisco California.
264 Sleuth, 1972
By Anthony Shaffer. Forrest Theatre [Under the direction of Messrs. Shubert], Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
264 Sleuth, 1972
By Anthony Shaffer. The Music Box, New York.
264 The Sound of Music, 1972 (2 Copies)
Music by Richard Rodgers. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
264 Sticks and Bones, 1972 (3 Copies)
By David Rabe. John Golden Theater, New York.
264 Sticks and Bones, 1972
By David Rabe. Public Theater, New York.
264 Sugar, 1972 (3 Copies)
By Peter Stone. Majestic Theater, New York.
264 The Sunshine Boys, 1972
By Neil Simon. Broadhurst Theater, New York.
264 The Sunshine Boys, 1972
By Neil Simon. National Theatre, Washington, D.C.
264 The Sunshine Boys, 1972
By Neil Simon. Schubert Theater at the ABC Entertainment, Century City New York.
265 That Championship Season, 1972 (2 Copies)
By Jason Miller. The Booth Theater, New York.
265 That's Entertainment, 1972
By Arthur Schwartz. Edison Theater, New York.
265 The Time Of Your Life, 1972
By William Saroyan. Huntington Hartford Theatre, Los Angeles California.
265 Twigs, 1972 (2 Copies)
By George Furth. The Plymouth Theater, New York.
265 Two Gentlemen of Verona, 1972 (4 Copies)
By Mel Shapiro. St. James Theater, New York.
265 Two If By Sea, 1972
Music by Tony Hutchins, book by Priscilla B. Dewey and Charles Werner Moore, lyrics by Priscilla B. Dewey. Circle in the Square, New York City.
265 Two Saints, Gimpel the Fool, and St. Julian the Hospitalier, 1972
By Isaac Bashevis Singer and Gustave Flaubert [gives concise description of story theatre] Center Stage, Washington, D.C.
265 Vivat! Vivat! Regina!, 1972 (2 Copies)
By Robert Bolt. Broadhurst Theater, New York.
265 Wanted, 1972
Book by David Epstein, music and lyrics by Al Carmines. Cherry Lane Theatre, New York.
265 Wise Child, 1972
By Simon Gray. Helen Hayes Theater, New York.
265 The Woody Allen Show, 1972
By Woody Allen. Valley Forge Music Fair, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
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271 Applause, 1973
Book by Betty Comden and Adolph Green. Columbia Artists Theatrical Corporation, New York.
271 The Beggar's Opera, 1973
By John Gay. [running in rep with Measure for Measure by William Shakespeare, The Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov, Next Time I'll Sing to You by James Saunders, and the children's matinee Scapin by Moliere.] Billy Rose
271 The Birds, 1973
By Aristophanes, translated by Walter Kerr. The Evergreen House Foundation and Theatre Hopkins, Baltimore Maryland.
271 Blithe Spirit, 1973
By Noël Coward. Wortman-Hartzog's Off Broadway Theatre, San Diego California.
271 Candide, 1973
Book adapted from Voltaire by Hugh Wheeler. The Chelsea Theater Center of Brooklyn, New York.
271 The Changing Room, 1973 (2 Copies)
By David Storey. The Morosco Theater, New York.
271 The Children's Mass, 1973
By Frederick Combs. Theatre De Lys, New York.
271 Cyrano, 1973
By Anthony Burgess. The Palace Theater, New York.
271 Cyrano de Bergerac, 1973
By Edmond Rostand. Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles California.
271 The Desert Song, 1973
By Otto Harbach, Oscar Hammerstein II, and Frank Mandel. Uris Theater, New York.
271 El Capitan, 1973
Book by Charles Klein, music by John Phillip Sousat. Ford's Theatre, Baltimore Maryland.
271 Emperor Henry IV, 1973 (Cover Detached)
By Pirandello. Shubert Theatre, Century City California.
272 The Faggot, 1973
By Al Carbides. Truck and Warehouse Theatre, New York.
272 Find Your Way Home, 1973
By John Hopkins. Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York.
272 The Front Page, 1973
By Ben Hechi and Charles MacArthur. Huntington Hartford Theatre, Los Angeles California.
272 Gigi, 1973 (2 Copies; 1 with Detached Cover)
Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner. Civic Light Opera, Los Angeles California.
272 Gigi, 1973
Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner. Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles California.
272 Gone With the Wind, 1973
Book by Horton Feet. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
272 The Good Doctor, 1973
By Neil Simon, adapted from the stories of Anton Chekhov. Eugene O'Neill Theatre, New York.
272 Good Evening, 1973
By Peter Cook and Dudley Moore. Plymouth Theatre, New York.
272 Good News, 1973
Book by Lawrence Schwab, B.G. De Sylva, and Frank Mandel, words and music by De Sylva Brown and Henderson. Painters Mill Music Fair, Owings Mill Maryland.
272 Grease, 1973
By Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey. Royale Theater, New York.
272 Irene, 1973 (3 Copies)
By James Montgomery. Minsk off Theater, New York.
272 Irene, 1973
Book by Hugh Wheeler, adapted from James Montgomery by Harry Rigby. National Theatre "America's First Theatre," Washington, D.C.
272 Jesus Christ Superstar, 1973
Lyrics by Tim Rice, music by Andrew Lloyd Weber. Mark Hellinger Theatre, New York.
273 A Little Night Music, 1973 (2 Copies)
By Stephen Sondheim. Majestic Theatre, New York.
273 A Little Night Music, 1973 (4 Copies)
By Stephen Sondheim. Sam S. Schubert Theater, New York.
273 Lorelei, 1973
Book by Anita Loos, Joseph Fields, Kenny Solms, and Gail Parent. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
273 Measure for Measure, 1973
By William Shakespeare. [running in rep with The Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov, The Beggar's Opera by John Gay, Next Time I'll Sing to You by James Saunders, and the children's matinee Scapin by Moliere.] Billy Rose T
273 Medea, 1973
By Euripides. Circle in the Square. Joseph H. Levine Theater, New York.
273 Next Time I'll Sing to You, 1973
by James Saunders. [running in rep with Measure for Measure by William Shakespeare, The Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov, The Beggar's Opera by John Gay, and the children's matinee Scapin by Moliere.] Billy Rose Theatr
273 Nash at Nine, 1973
By Ogden Nash. Helen Hayes Theater, New York.
273 No, No, Nanette, 1973
Book by Otto Harbach and Frank Mandel. Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
273 No, No, Nanette, 1973
Book by Otto Harbach and Frank Mandel. National Theatre "America's First Theatre," Washington, D.C.
274 Oliver!, 1973 (3 Copies)
Book, music, and lyrics by Lionel Bart. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
274 Once More With Feeling, 1973
Directed by John Bowab. Lincoln Bank Summer Festival At The Playhouse In The Park, New York.
274 Out Cry, 1973
By Tennessee Williams. Lyceum Theater, New York.
274 Out Cry, 1973
By Tennessee Williams. New Locust Theatre [Moe Septee], Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
274 Out of This World, 1973
By Cole Porter. Equity Liberty Theatre, New York.
274 Pippin, 1973 (4 Copies)
By Roger O. Hirson. Imperial Theater, New York.
274 Raisin, 1973
Book by Robert Nemiroff and Charlotte Zaltzberg, based on the play A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry. Arena Stage, Washington, D.C.
274 Raisin, 1973
Book by Robert Nemiroff and Charlotte Zaltzberg, based on the play A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry. 46th Street Theatre, New York.
274 The Real Inspector Hound, 1973 (3 Copies)
By Tom Stoppard. Theatre Four, New York.
275 Scapin, 1973
By Moliere [the children's matinee] [running in rep with Next Time I'll Sing to You by James Saunders, Measure for Measure by William Shakespeare, The Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov, The Beggar's Opera by John Gay.] B
275 Seesaw, 1973 (2 Copies)
By William Gibson. Mark Hellinger Theatre, New York.
275 Seesaw, 1973 (4 Copies)
By William Gibson. Uris Theater, New York.
275 Shelter, 1973
Book and lyrics by Gretchen Cryer, music by Nancy Ford. John Golden Theatre, New York.
275 A Streetcar Named Desire, 1973
By Tennessee Williams. Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center, New York.
275 Summer and Smoke, 1973
By Tennessee Williams. New Locust Theatre [Moe Septee], Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
276 That Championship Season, 1973
By Jason Miller. The Booth Theatre, New York.
276 The Three Sisters, 1973
By Anton Chekhov. [running in rep with Measure for Measure by William Shakespeare, The Beggar's Opera by John Gay, Next Time I'll Sing to You by James Saunders, and the children's matinee Scapin by Moliere.] Billy Rose
276 Two Gentlemen of Verona, 1973
Adapted by John Guare and Mel Shapiro. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
276 Uncle Vanya, 1973
Translated by Mike Nichols and Albert Todd from the play by Anton Chekhov. Circle in the Square, Joseph E. Levine Theatre, New York.
276 Veronica's Room, 1973
By Ira Levine. The Music Box, New York.
276 The Women, 1973
By Claire Boothe Luce. 46th Street Theatre, New York.
276 You Never Know, 1973 (2 Copies)
Original play by Siegfried Geyer and Robert Katscher, adapted by Rowland Leigh. East Side Playhouse, New York.
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281 Absurd Person Singular, 1974
By Alan Ayckbourn. Eisenhower Theatre, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, D.C.
281 As You Like It, 1974
By William Shakespeare. American Conservatory Theatre, San Francisco California.
281 Bad Habits, 1974
By Terrence McNally. Astor Place Theatre, New York.
281 Candide, 1974
By Hugh Wheeler. Broadway Theater, New York.
281 Dames at Sea, 1974
Book by George Haimsohn and Robin Miller. Elmwood Dinner Theatre, Windsor Ontario.
281 Equus, 1974 (2 Copies)
By Peter Shaffer. Plymouth Theater, New York.
281 Find Your Way Home, 1974
By John Hopkins. Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York.
281 Gigi, 1974
By Colette. Uris Theater, New York.
281 The Good Doctor, 1974
By Neil Simon. Eugene O' Neill Theater, New York.
281 Good Evening, 1974
By Peter Cook and Dudley Moore. The Plymouth Theater, New York.
281 Good News, 1974 (2 Copies)
Book by Laurence Schwab, B.G. De Sylva, and Frank Mandel. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
281 Grease, 1974
By Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey. Royale Theater, New York.
281 Gypsy, 1974
[Angela Lansbury] book by Arthur Laurents. Civic Center Music Hall, Oklahoma City Oklahoma.
282 Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, 1974
By William Shakespeare [in the Ashland, Oregon, Shakespeare '74 Playbill]. Oregon Shakespeare Festival outdoor Elizabethan Theatre, Ashland Oregon.
282 The Hot L Baltimore, 1974 (2 Copies)
By Hanford Wilson. Circle in the Square, New York.
282 The Iceman Cometh, 1974
By Eugene O'Neill. Circle in the Square, Joseph E. Levine Theater, New York.
282 In Two Keys, 1974
By Noël Coward. Ethel Barrymore Theater, New York.
282 Irene, 1974
By Hugh Wheeler and Joseph Stein. Minsk off Theater, New York.
282 Jumpers, 1974
By Tom Stoppard. Billy Rose Theater, New York.
282 The King and I, 1974 (2 Copies)
Book by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
282 Light up the Sky, 1974
By Moss Hart. Morris A. Mechanic Theatre, Baltimore Maryland.
282 A Little Night Music, 1974
Book by Hugh Wheeler. Curran Theater, San Francisco California.
282 A Little Night Music, 1974 (2 Copies)
Book by Hugh Wheeler. Majestic Theater, New York.
282 A Little Night Music, 1974 (2 Copies)
Book by Hugh Wheeler. Shubert Theatre, ABC Entertainment, California.
283 Mack & Mabel, 1974 (2 Copies)
Book by Michael Stewart. Civic Light Opera, Los Angeles California.
283 The Magic Show, 1974 (2 Copies)
By Bob Randall. Cort Theater, New York.
283 A Moon for the Misbegotten , 1974 (Covers Detached)
By Eugene O'Neill. Civic Light Opera Los Angeles, California.
283 A Moon for the Misbegotten , 1974
By Eugene O'Neill. The Morosco Theater, New York.
283 My Fat Friend, 1974 (2 Copies)
By Charles Laurence. Brooks Atkinson Theater, New York.
283 Naomi Court, 1974
By Michael Sawyer. Manhattan Theatre Club, Manhattan New York.
283 Over Here!, 1974 (3 Copies)
By Richard M. Sherman. Sam S. Schubert Theater, New York.
283 Pippin, 1974 (Missing Cover)
By Roger O. Hirson, Music and Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz. Imperial Theatre, New York.
283 Private Lives, 1974
By Noël Coward. The Music Center, Los Angeles California.
284 '6 Rms Riv Vu, 1974
By Bob Randall. Lincoln Bank Summer Festival At The Playhouse In The Park, New York.
284 Scapino, 1974
By Frank Dunlop and Jim Dale. Circle in the Square, Joseph E. Levine Theater, New York.
284 Seascape, 1974 (Signature on Program Page)
By Edward Albee. Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
284 Shenandoah, 1974
By James Lee Barrett. Alvin Theater, New York.
284 Sugar, 1974
Book by Peter Stone, music by Jule Styne. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
284 The Sunshine Boys, 1974
By Neil Simon. American Conservatory Theatre, San Francisco California.
284 The Time of Your Life, 1974
By William Saroyan (in the Ashland, Oregon, Shakespeare '74 Playbill). Angus Bowman Theatre, Ashland Oregon.
284 Titus Andronicus, 1974
By William Shakespeare (in the Ashland, Oregon, Shakespeare '74 Playbill). Oregon Shakespeare Festival outdoor Elizabethan Theatre, Ashland Oregon.
284 Tobacco Road, 1974
By Jack Kirkland. Dallas Theater Center, Dallas Texas.
284 Twelfth Night; Or, What You Will, 1974
By William Shakespeare (in the Ashland, Oregon, Shakespeare '74 Playbill). Oregon Shakespeare Festival outdoor Elizabethan Theatre, Ashland Oregon.
284 The Two Gentlemen of Verona, 1974
By William Shakespeare (in the Ashland, Oregon, Shakespeare '74 Playbill). Angus Bowman Theatre, Ashland Oregon.
284 Ulysses in Nighttown, 1974
Dramatized from James Joyce's Ulysses by Marjorie Barkentin. Winter Garden Theatre, New York.
284 Waiting for Godot, 1974
By Samuel Beckett (in the Ashland, Oregon, Shakespeare '74 Playbill). Angus Bowman Theatre, Ashland Oregon.
284 When You Comin' Back, Red Ryder?, 1974
By Mark Medoff. Eastside Playhouse, New York.
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291 Absurd Person Singular, 1975
By Alan Ayckbourn. The Music Box Theater, New York.
291 All Over Town, 1975
By Murray Schisgal. The Booth Theater, New York.
291 The Birthday Party, 1975
By Harold Pinter. The Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
291 Caesar and Cleopatra, 1975
By Bernard Shaw. The Annenberg Center At The University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
291 Camelot, 1975
Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Lowe. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
291 Candide, 1975 (3 Copies)
By Voltaire. Broadway Theater, New York.
291 Chicago, 1975
Book by Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse, music by John Kander, lyrics by Fred Ebb, based on the play by Maurine Dallas Watkins. 46th Street Theatre, New York.
291 A Chorus Line, 1975
Book by James Kirkwood and Nicholas Dante, music by Marvin Hamlisch, lyrics by Edward Kleban. Sam S. Shubert Theatre, New York.
291 Death of a Salesman, 1975
By Arthur Miller, directed by Mr. Scott. Circle in the Square Theatre, New York.
292 Equus, 1975 (2 Copies)
By Peter Shaffer. Plymouth Theater, New York.
292 Forty Carats, 1975
By Jay Allen. The Barn Dinner Theatre, Ellisville Missouri.
292 Four Friends, 1975
By Larry Kramer. Theatre de Lys, New York City.
292 Girl Crazy, 1975 (2 Copies)
Music by George Gershwin, lyrics by Ira Gershwin, book by Guy Bolton and Jack McGowan. Municipal Theatre, St. Louis.
292 Girl Crazy, 1975 (Souvenir Program of 57th Annual Summer Season)
Music by George Gershwin, lyrics by Ira Gershwin, book by Guy Bolton and Jack McGowan. Municipal Theatre, St. Louis.
292 The Glorious Age, 1975
Music and lyrics by Cy Young, book by Mr. Young and Mark Gordon. Theatre Four, New York.
292 Good-time Charley, 1975
By Sidney Michaels. The Palace Theater, New York.
293 Habeas Corpus, 1975
By Alan Bennett. Martin Beck Theatre, New York.
293 Hedda Gabler, 1975
By Henrik Ibsen. National Theatre, Washington, D.C.
293 Hello, Dolly!, 1975
Book by Michael Stewart. Minskoff Theatre, New York.
293 Home Sweet Homer, 1975
Book by Roland Kibbee and Albert Marre, lyrics by Charles Burr and Forman Brown, music by Mitch Leigh. The Palace Theatre, New York.
293 How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying, 1975
Book by Abe Burrows, Jack Weinstock and Willie Gilbert, music and lyrics by Frank Loesser. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
293 In Two Keys, 1975
By Noël Coward. The American Conservatory Theatre, San Francisco California.
293 In Two Keys, 1975
By Noël Coward. Morris A. Mechanic Theatre, Baltimore Maryland.
293 International Stud, 1975
By Harvey Fierstein. Players Theatre, New York.
293 Lovers, 1975
Book and lyrics by Peter del Valle, music by Steve Sterner. Players Theatre, New York.
293 Murder Among Friends, 1975
By Bob Barry. Biltmore Theatre, New York.
293 Musical Jubilee, 1975
By Marilyn Clark and Charles Burr. John F. Kennedy Center, Washington D.C.
293 The Norman Conquests, 1975
By Alan Ayckbourn. The Morosco Theatre, New York.
294 Odyssey, 1975
Music by Mitch Leigh, book by Roland Kibbee and Albert Marree, lyrics by Charles Burr and Forman Brown. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
294 Of Mice and Men, 1975
By John Steinbeck. Eisenhower Theatre, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, D.C.
294 P.S. Your Cat is Dead, 1975 (2 Copies)
By James Kirkwood. John Golden Theater, New York.
294 Pacific Overtures, 1975
Book by John Weidman, music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Winter Garden Theatre, Manhattan New York.
294 Pippin, 1975
By Roger O. Hirson. Imperial Theater, New York.
294 Pippin, 1975
By Roger O. Hirson. Curtain Call, Tulsa Municipal Theatre, Tulsa Oklahoma.
294 Private Lives, 1975
By Noël Coward. Forty-Sixth Street Theater, New York.
295 Raisin, 1975 (2 Copies)
Book by Robert Nemiroff and Charlotte Zaltzberg, music by Judd Woldin, lyrics by Robert Brittan. Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, New York.
295 Rex, 1975
Music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick, book by Sherman Yellen. Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, New York.
295 The Ritz, 1975 (4 Copies)
By Terrance McNally. Longacre Theatre, New York.
295 The Royal Family, 1975
By George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber. The Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
296 Same Time Next Year, 1975 (3 Copies)
By Bernard Slade. Brooks Atkinson Theater, New York. [3 copies]
296 The Sea Horse, 1975
By Edward J. Moore. The Cleveland Playhouse, Cleveland Ohio.
296 Seascape, 1975
By Edward Albee. Sam S. Schubert Theater, New York.
296 Shenandoah, 1975 (2 Copies)
Book by James Lee Barret, Peter Udell, and Phillip Rose, lyrics by Peter Udell, music by Gary Geld. Alvin Theatre, New York.
296 Sherlock Holmes, 1975 (4 Copies; 2 Cover Designs)
By Arthur Conan Doyle and William Gillette. Broadhurst Theater, New York.
296 The Skin of our Teeth, 1975
By Thornton Wilder. Mark Hellinger Theatre, New York.
296 Sweet Bird of Youth, 1975
By Tennessee Williams. Kennedy Center, Washington D.C.
296 Sweet Bird of Youth, 1975 (Souvenir Playbill with Xerox Corporation and The American Bicentennial Theatre)
By Tennessee Williams. Kennedy Center, Washington D.C.
296 Sweet Bird of Youth, 1975
By Tennessee Williams. The Annenberg Center Bicentennial Theatre Series at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
297 Tartuffe, 1975
By Moliere, translated by Richard Wilbur. Center Stage Theatre, Baltimore Maryland.
297 Travesties, 1975
By Tom Stoppard. Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York.
297 Trelawny of the 'Wells', 1975
By Sir Arthur Wing Pinero. New York Shakespeare Festival/Lincoln Center/Vivian Beaumont Theatre, New York.
297 Truckload, 1975
Music by Louis St. Louis, lyrics by Wes HarrisBook by Hugh Wheeler. Lyceum Theatre, New York.
297 Very Good Eddie, 1975
Book by Guy Bolton. The Booth Theatre, New York.
297 The Wiz, 1975 (2 Copies)
By William F. Brown. Majestic Theater, New York.
297 The Women, 1975
By Clare Booth Luce. Forty-Sixth Street Theater, New York.
297 Wonderful Town, 1975 (2 Copies; Different Covers)
Music by Leonard Bernstein, book by Joseph Fields and Jerome Chodorov. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
297 Yentl, 1975
By Leah Napolin and Isaac Bashevis Singer. Eugene O'Neill Theatre, New York.
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301 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, 1976
Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner. Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
301 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, 1976
Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner. Mark Hellinger Theatre, Manhattan New York.
301 The Baker's Wife, 1976
Book by Joseph Stein, music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz. Curran Theatre, San Francisco California.
301 Beach Blanket Babylon Goes Bananas, 1976
By Silver. Club Fugazi, San Francisco California.
301 Bubbling Brown Sugar, 1976
Book by Loften Mitchell. ANTA Theatre, New York.
301 California Suite, 1976
By Neil Simon. Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles California.
301 California Suite, 1976 (3 Copies)
By Neil Simon. Eugene O'Neill Theatre, Los Angeles California.
301 Chicago, 1976 (3 Copies)
By Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse. Forty Sixth Street Theater, New York
301 Comedians, 1976
By Trevor Griffiths. The Music Box Theatre, New York.
301 A Chorus Line, 1976 (5 Copies)
Conceived by Michael Bennett, book by James Kirkwood and Nicholas Dante, music by Marvin Hamlisch, lyrics by Edward Kleban. Sam S. Schubert Theater, New York.
301 A Chorus Line, 1976
Conceived by Michael Bennett, book by James Kirkwood and Nicholas Dante, music by Marvin Hamlisch, lyrics by Edward Kleban. Curran Theater, San Francisco California.
301 The Club, 1976 (3 Copies; 2 Cover Designs)
By Eve Merriam. Circle in the Square [Downtown], New York.
301 Comedians, 1976
By Trevor Griffiths. The Music Box Theatre, New York.
302 The Eccentricities of a Nightingale, 1976
By Tennessee Williams. The Morosco Theatre, New York.
302 Enter A Free Man, 1976
By Tom Stoppard. The Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
302 Equus, 1976
By Peter Shaffer. The Plymouth Theatre, New York.
302 Equus, 1976
By Peter Shaffer. National Theatre, Washington D.C.
302 Equus, 1976
By Peter Shaffer. The Wilbur Theatre, Boston Massachusetts.
302 The Fantasticks, 1976
Book and lyrics by Tom Jones, music by Harvey Schmidt. Sullivan Street House, New York.
302 Fiddler On The Roof, 1976
Book by Joseph Stein with Zero Mostel. The Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
302 Grease, 1976
Book, music and lyrics by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey. Royale Theatre, New York.
302 The Heiress, 1976
By Ruth and Augustus Goetz. Broadhurst Theatre, New York.
302 H.M.S. Pinafore, 1976
By W. S. Gilbert. Uris Theater, New York.
302 Kennedy's Children, 1976
By Robert Patrick. Huntington Hartford Theatre, Hollywood California.
302 Kismet, 1976
Book by Charles Lederer and Luther Davis, music and lyrics by Robert Wright and George Forrest. Dorothy Chandler Pavilion Civic Light Opera, Los Angeles California.
302 Long Day's Journey into Night, 1976
By Eugene O'Neill. The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington D.C.
303 A Matter of Gravity, 1976
By Enid Bagnold with Katharine Hepburn. The Broadhurst Theatre, New York.
303 Me and Bessie, 1976
By Will Holt and Linda Hopkins. Edison Theatre, New York.
303 Mikado, 1976
By Gilbert and Sullivan. Uris Theater, New York.
303 Mummenschanz--Swiss Mime Theatre, 1976
Alice Tully Hall Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, New York.
303 My Fair Lady, 1976
Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Lowe. St. James Theatre, New York.
303 The Night of the I