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Source:   The Boys from Syracuse. (Alvin Theatre, 1938)


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[Eddie Albert (Antipholus of Syracuse), Jimmy Savo (Dromio of Syracuse) and Bob Lawrence (Singing Policeman) in The Boys from Syracuse]

Image ID: 1809969

[Eddie Albert (Antipholus of Syracuse), Jimmy Savo (Dromio of Syracuse) and Bob Lawrence (Singing Policeman) in The Boys... (1938)

Image Details

Image Title

:  [Eddie Albert (Antipholus of Syracuse), Jimmy Savo (Dromio of Syracuse) and Bob Lawrence (Singing Policeman) in The Boys from Syracuse]

Creator

: Vandamm Studio -- Photographer

Specific Material Type

: photographs

Item Physical Description

: 1 photograph : b&w ; 21 x 26 cm.

Production Notes

: Opened at the Alvin Theater on November 23, 1938 after tryouts in New Haven and Boston and ran for 235 performances. Music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart, and book by George Abbott based on a Shakespeare's play Comedy of Errors. It starred Eddie Albert, Ronald Graham, Teddy Hart, Jimmy Savo, Muriel Angelus and Marcy Westcott.

Standard Reference

: Rodgers and Hart.; Photograph by Vandamm Studio.; Adapted from the play The Comedy of Errors by William Shakespeare.; Richard Rodgers project.

Source

: Vandamm theatrical photographs, 1900-1957. / Productions / The Boys from Syracuse. (Alvin Theatre, 1938)

Location

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

Catalog Call Number

: *T-Vim 1961-001, Vandamm 3334

Digital ID

: 1809969

Record ID

: 1905099

Digital Item Published

: 4-30-2010; updated 10-20-2011

Rights Notice

: Rights Notice: Permission is required for reproduction from Photographic Services and Permissions, The New York Public Library.

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