Lerner, Alan Jay. (1918-1986) & Loewe, Frederick. (1901-1988) & de Mille, Agnes. (1905-1993) & Crowley, Ann. (b. 1929) & Bunker, Ralph. (1888-1966)
"Paint Your Wagon" - Signed Souvenir Program
Souvenir program for the original Broadway production of the classic musical Paint Your Wagon, signed by the composer and lyricist, the choreographer, and company members Ann Crowley, who played Jennifer, and Ralph Bunker. 16 pp. Light wear to spine, overall in fine condition. 9 x 11.5 inches (22.9 x 29.2 cm.).
Paint Your Wagon opened on Broadway on November 12, 1951, running for a modest 289 performances. Despite not being a great success either on Broadway or on the West End two years later, the musical was adapted into a 1969 film starring Lee Marvin and Clint Eastwood.
From the collection of Paul McMahon, a critic, photographer and artist who worked for more than 13 years touring with Marlene Dietrich as the icon’s stage manager, announcer, dresser, secretary and escort, and later spent 25 years as an arts and entertainment reviewer and photographer with Gay Community News, Esplanade, Tommy’s Connection, The Mirror, Bay Windows and other publications.
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