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Carousel 1 - 2, border & tree & row [set detail]

Image ID: 1817218

Carousel 1 - 2, border & tree & row [set detail] (1945)

Image Details

Image Title

:  Carousel 1 - 2, border & tree & row [set detail]


: Mielziner, Jo, 1901-1976 -- Costume designer

Created Date

: 1945

Specific Material Type

: drawings

Item Physical Description

: 1 drawing : watercolor, pencil and gouache on watercolor paper ; 36 x 51cm.


: Affixed with tape at center right: blue gouache on tan paper mount, labeled color for net in cut & net; 10 x 9 cm. Note 2.) Richard Rodgers project Note 3.) Rodgers and Hammerstein

Production Notes

: Opened April 19, 1945 at the Majestic Theater and ran 890 performances, closing on May 24, 1947. The original cast featured John Raitt as Billy Bigelow, Jan Clayton as Julie, Jean Darling as Carrie and Eric Mattson as Mr. Snow. Based on the Hungarian play Liliom by Ferenc Molnar, Rodgers and Hammerstein reset the musical in New England.


: Jo Mielziner papers, designs and technical drawings, 1903-1976. / Jo Mielziner designs and technical drawings, 1924-1976 / Series I: Designs and Technical Drawings / Productions / Carousel (Musical), 1945 / Richard Rodgers

Source Description

: Papers 45 lin. ft. (110 boxes) Designs and technical drawings 127 lin. ft. (141 oversized boxes)


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

Catalog Call Number

: *T-VIM 1993-002, Box 26

Digital ID

: 1817218

Record ID

: 1909070

Digital Item Published

: 5-12-2010; updated 3-25-2011

Rights Notice

: Copyright of the Estate of Jo Mielziner.

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