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[Betty Garde (Aunt Eller) and Alfred Drake (Curly) sharing a candid moment during the original run of Oklahoma!]

Image ID: 1818352

[Betty Garde (Aunt Eller) and Alfred Drake (Curly) sharing a candid moment during the original run of Oklahoma!] (1943)

Image Details

Image Title

:  [Betty Garde (Aunt Eller) and Alfred Drake (Curly) sharing a candid moment during the original run of Oklahoma!]

Creator

: Darby, Eileen, 1916-2004 -- Photographer

Additional Name(s)

: Graphic House, Inc. (New York, N.Y.) -- Photographer

Created Date

: 1943

Specific Material Type

: photographs

Item Physical Description

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

Notes

: Costume design by Miles White. Note 2.) Photograph by Graphic House, Inc. (Eileen Darby). Note 3.) Richard Rodgers project. Note 4.) Rodgers and Hammerstein. Note 5.) Stamped on verso: Graphic House, Inc. 149 East 40th St. New York, N.Y.

Production Notes

: Based on Lynn Riggs' play Green Grow the Lilacs, this musical opened March 31, 1943 at the St. James Theater and ran for 2,212 performances. It was Richard Rodgers' first collaboration with librettist Oscar Hammerstein II. Alfred Drake played Curly, with Joan Roberts as Laurey, Celeste Holm as Ado Annie and Lee Dixon as Will Parker.

Source

: Billy Rose Theatre Collection photograph file / Productions / Oklahoma! (musical), by Rodgers & Hammerstein

Location

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

Catalog Call Number

: *T PHO B

Digital ID

: 1818352

Record ID

: 1913227

Digital Item Published

: 5-12-2010; updated 4-10-2012

Rights Notice

: Copyright Eileen Darby.

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