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Two On An Island January 13, 1940
The Elmer Rice comedy about a boy from Ohio who meets a girl from New Hampshire while trying to find success on the island of Manhatten. The show featured a very large cast of over 90 performers including Betty Field and John Craven as the young lovers. Set design by Jo Mielziner. The show ran for 96 performances.
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Flight to the West December 13, 1940
Elmer Rice's anti-nazi drama about a disparate group of characters aboard a Yankee Clipper flight from Lisbon to New York. The play featured Betty Field, Karl Malden, Hugh Marlowe, and Kevin McCarthy, ran for 136 performances, and was considered one of the best of the year. Set design by Jo Mielziner.
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Foolish Notion February 1945
A comedy written by Philip Barry, directed by John C. Wilson and starring Tallulah Bankhead. The story follows a woman who has lost her husband (Henry Hull) in the war, and so makes plans to marry her husband's best friend (Donald Cook). When the husband surprisingly reappears, all is turned upside-down and the woman must choose between the two men. The play was staged as a combination of reality and the fantasy imaginings of all of the possible outcomes, leaning heavily on the production design and lighting by Jo Mielziner.
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Carousel March 17, 1945
New Haven rehearsal photographs of the Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II musical adaptation of "Liliom", by the famed Hungarian playwright Ferenc Molnar. Starring John Raitt and Jan Clayton, choreographed by Agnes de Mille, and directed by Rouben Mamoulian, with settings by Jo Mielziner and costumes by Miles White.
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Carousel March 21, 1945
New Haven rehearsal photographs of the Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II musical adaptation of "Liliom", by the famed Hungarian playwright Ferenc Molnar. Starring John Raitt and Jan Clayton, choreographed by Agnes de Mille, and directed by Rouben Mamoulian, with settings by Jo Mielziner and costumes by Miles White.
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The Rugged Path circa 1945
Written by Robert E. Sherwood, directed by Garson Kanin, set design by Jo Mielziner, and starring Spencer Tracy. Tracy plays a newspaper man who overshoots his boundries as an editor, only to escape the fallout by joining the Navy and meeting his demise on an island at the hands of Japanese forces.
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Annie Get Your Gun May 1946
Ethel Merman stars as Annie Oakley and Ray Middleton as Frank Butler in the Broadway classic with music and lyrics by Irving Berlin. Set Design by Jo Mielziner and Produced by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II.
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Jeb circa 1946
Although the play was a flop at only 9 performances, this 1946 play was where Ruby Dee met Ossie Davis and went on to have a long life and notable career together. Set design by Jo Mielziner and produced and directed by Herman Shumlin.
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Street Scene circa 1946
Images from the Philadelphia rehearsal for the operatic version of the play based on the Pulitzer Prize winning book by Elmer Rice. Music by Kurt Weill and lyrics by the well known Harlem Renaissance poet Langston Hughes, with Weill winning the Tony Award for Best Original Score. Set design by Jo Mielziner. The story takes place on a New York sidewalk and street and follows several low to middle class characters through various urban struggles, resulting in epic tragedy.
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A Streetcar Named Desire circa 1947
Original Broadway production written by Tennessee Williams, directed by Elia Kazan, starring Marlon Brando, Jessica Tandy, Karl Malden and Kim Hunter. Scenery and Lightning by Jo Mielziner. Wilbur Theatre, Boston, November 1947.
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Summer And Smoke September 10, 1948
The Tennessee Williams' play at the Dipson's Erlanger Theatre in Buffalo, New York. Scenery and Lighting by Jo Mielziner and Directed by Margo Jones.
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Death of a Salesman January 24, 1949
The timeless Arthur Miller classic, directed by Elia Kazan, follows the desperate last days of salesman Willy Loman (Lee J. Cobb) as he deteriorates into a madness driven by the failure of his life. The story questions the honesty of the American Dream ideal and the worth of money and perceived success at the expense of family and emotional well-being.
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The King And I March 12, 1951
Yul Brynner and Gertrude Lawrence star in the Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II musical that went on to 1,246 performances at the St. James Theatre. Directed by John Van Druten and Choreographed by Jerome Robbins, with set design by Jo Mielziner. It tells the story of teacher brought to Thailand to teach the son of the King of Siam.
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Sweet Bird Of Youth January 20, 1959
The Tennessee Williams' play directed by Elia Kazan. Starring Paul Newman as Chance Wayne and Geraldine Page as Princess Kosmonopolis, for which she was nominated for a Tony Award in 1960. Set Design by Jo Mielziner.
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The Glass Menagerie date unknown
The Tennessee Williams' play that established him as a major American Playwright. The success of The Glass Menagerie started a long series of hit Broadway plays for Williams. Starring Laurette Taylor, with Set Design by Jo Mielziner. The included sequence of Laurette Taylor on the phone selling magazine subscriptions is considered by many to be the finest performance on a Broadway stage.
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