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[Madeleine Sherwood (Mrs. McIlhenny), Elizabeth Allen (Leona Samish) and Jack Manning (Mr. McIlhenny) in Do I Hear a Waltz?]

Image ID: 1812000

[Madeleine Sherwood (Mrs. McIlhenny), Elizabeth Allen (Leona Samish) and Jack Manning (Mr. McIlhenny) in Do I Hear a Wal... (1965)

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Image Title

:  [Madeleine Sherwood (Mrs. McIlhenny), Elizabeth Allen (Leona Samish) and Jack Manning (Mr. McIlhenny) in Do I Hear a Waltz?]

Created Date

: 1965

Notes

: Richard Rodgers project. Note 2.) Adapted from the play The Time of the Cuckoo by Arthur Laurents. Note 3.) This image from the Friedman-Abeles Collection has been preserved, cataloged, and digitized through the generosity of Nancy Abeles Marks and the Joseph S. and Diane H. Steinberg Charitable Trust. Note 4.) This image from the Friedman-Abeles Collection has been preserved, cataloged, and digitized through the generosity of Nancy Abeles Marks and the Joseph S. and Diane H. Steinberg Charitable Trust.

Production Notes

: Opened March 18, 1965 at the 46th Street Theater and ran for 220 performances. It was based on the play The Time of the Cuckoo by Arthur Laurents, who wrote the book for the musical. Elizabeth Allen played the leading role of Leona, and the cast included Sergio Franchi, Carol Bruce, Madeleine Sherwood, Julienne Marie, and Stuart Damon.

Source

: Friedman-Abeles photograph collection / Productions. / Do I Hear a Waltz? / Original cast.

Location

: The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts / Billy Rose Theatre Division

Catalog Call Number

: *T-VIM 1992-013

Digital ID

: 1812000

Record ID

: 1906716

Digital Item Published

: 5-7-2010; updated 1-18-2012

Rights Notice

: Copyright The New York Public Library.

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