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Search query: (<.>A=ABBOTT, GEORGE, (1887-1995.)$<.>)
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    Help stamp out marriage! [Text] / Maude-Roxby, Roddy. [et al.] ; annotator. (Richard Livingstone), Coe, Richard L. ; National Theatre Corporation (Washington, D.C.), Richard L. Coe Theater Programs Collection (Library of Congress). - [S. l. : s. n.], 1966. - 1 v. (theater program). - (no price).
National Theatre, September 1966. "Playbill. Volume 3. September 1966. Number 9"--p. [3]. Title devised by Library staff. Cast: Roddy Maude-Roxby, Valerie French, Francis Matthews, Ann Bell. LC copy has notations by Coe.
Abstract: National Theatre, Louis A. Lotito, managing director, Theatre Guild Productions, Inc. with Peter Bridge presents "Help Stamp Out Marriage!" a new comedy by Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall, directed by George Abbott, starring Roddy Maude-Roxby, Ann Bell, Francis Matthews, and Valerie French, original production designed by J. Hutchinson Scott, design supervision & lighting by Lloyd Burlingame, costumes by Julia Sze, co-produced by Don Herbert.


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Maude-Roxby, Roddy.; Bell, Ann, (1939-); Matthews, Francis, (1927-2014.); French, Valerie, (1928-1990.); Abbott, George, (1887-1995.); Waterhouse, Keith.; Hall, Willis, (1929-2005.); Coe, Richard L., (Richard Livingstone), (1914-1995,) \annotator.\; National Theatre Corporation (Washington, D.C.); Richard L. Coe Theater Programs Collection (Library of Congress)
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    Damn Yankees. [Text] / Abbott, George, [et al.] ; annotator. (Richard Livingstone), Coe, Richard L. ; Burn Brae Dinner Theatre (Organization : Burtonsville, Md.), Richard L. Coe Theater Programs Collection (Library of Congress). - [S. l. : s. n.], [1969?]. - 1 v. (theater program). - (no price).
Burn Brae Dinner Theatre, April 9th thru May 18th, [1969?]. Title devised by Library staff. Cast: Dusty Rhodes, Jean Mendel, Seymour Beckler, Phyllis Goldblatt, Suzan Roper, Bill Wright, Sal Formica, Tim McAfee, John Comdon, Bob Roper, Dick David, Dave McCarter, Betty Morgan, Gill Sommner, Sally Jane Heit, Carolyn Capps, Chuck Goings, David Graff, Debby Heller, Marily Ferlazzo, Mickey McGraw, Karl Warren, Linda Kitzmiller, understudy. LC copy has notations by Coe.
Abstract: Burn Brae Dinner Theatre presents "Damn Yankees," book by George Abbott, Douglass Wallop, words and music by Richard Adler & Jerry Ross, based on a novel by Douglass Wallop, producers John Kinnamon and Bernard T. Levin, director John Kinnamon, assistants to the director Harry Williams, Susan Rogers, musical director Martin Piecuch, set design d'adcy albertson, lighting design Arnold E. Levine, costumes coordinated by Carolyn Capps.


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Abbott, George, (1887-1995.); Wallop, Douglass, (1920-1985.); Adler, Richard, (1921-2012.); Ross, Jerry, (1926-1955.); Kinnamon, John.; Coe, Richard L., (Richard Livingstone), (1914-1995,) \annotator.\; Burn Brae Dinner Theatre (Organization : Burtonsville, Md.); Richard L. Coe Theater Programs Collection (Library of Congress)
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    Damn Yankees. [Text] / Kinnamon, John. [et al.] ; annotator. (Richard Livingstone), Coe, Richard L. ; Twin Bridges Marriott Dinner Theatre (Organization : Arlington, Va.), Richard L. Coe Theater Programs Collection (Library of Congress). - [S. l. : s. n.], [1970?]. - 1 v. (theater program). - (no price).
Marriott Dinner Theatre, Jun. 23-Aug. 28, [1970?]. Title devised by Library staff. "Produced by special arrangement: Musical Theater International, Inc. ... 'Damn Yankees' has been produced under the auspices of the Burn Brae Musical Dinner Theatre, Burtonsville, Md.". Cast: Dusty Rhodes, Dolly Rose, Frances Hermann, Kathy Wood, Jim Wilson, Bernie Cohen, Dave Simon, Tom Peterson, Larry Alvord, Larry Schneider, Bob Brenner, Rod Fayman, Dick David, Annete Mac Kinnon, Mirek Dabrowski, Joy Hawkins Brenner, Kathy Rowwe, Chico Dopico. LC copy has notations by Coe.
Abstract: Twin Bridges Marriott Dinner Theatre presents "Damn Yankees," book by George Abbott & Douglass Wallop, words and music by Richard Adler & Jerry Ross, based on a novel by Douglass Wallop, produced by John Kinnamon & Bernard T. Levin, directed by John Kinnamon, assistant to director Bobbi Smith, tech assistant Fay Rubenstein, choreographer Bobbi Smith, musical director Don Smith, costumes designed and executed by Judy Slatum, lighting design Arnie Levine, set design Allen Beck and Del Huggins, rehearsal pianist Tony Geralis, stage manager Al Burger, crew chief Tom Peterson.


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Kinnamon, John.; Abbott, George, (1887-1995.); Wallop, Douglass, (1920-1985.); Adler, Richard, (1921-2012.); Ross, Jerry, (1926-1955.); Coe, Richard L., (Richard Livingstone), (1914-1995,) \annotator.\; Twin Bridges Marriott Dinner Theatre (Organization : Arlington, Va.); Richard L. Coe Theater Programs Collection (Library of Congress)
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    The boys from Syracuse. [Text] / Abbott, George, [et al.] ; annotator. (Richard Livingstone), Coe, Richard L. ; Richard L. Coe Theater Programs Collection (Library of Congress), Washington Theater Club (Organization : Washington, D.C.). - [S. l. : s. n.], 1972. - 1 v. (theater program). - (no price).
Washington Theatre Club, December 1972. Title devised by Library staff. "Playbill. Volume 9, December 1972, Issue 12"--p. 3. LC copy has notation by Coe indicating cast change for Samuel D. Ratcliffe to Michael Zaslow.
Abstract: The Washington Theatre Club presents "The Boys From Syracuse," music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart, book by George Abbott (based on "The Comedy of Errors," by Wm. Shakespeare), with Paul Campbell, Jackie Cronin, Angelina Dahmer, Gary Dontzig, Bruce A. Goldstein, Franz Jones, Tina Kay, David Landsberg, Susan Long, Greg Macosko, Cathy Miller, Mary Ellen Nester, Sylvia Nolan, Joe Ostopak, Art Ostrin, Samuel D. Ratcliffe, Ronn Robinson, Deborah St. Darr, Karen Shallo, Kelly Walters, directed by Pirie MacDonald, choreography by Judith Haskell, Musical direction by Richard de Mone, set designer Michael Stauffer, lighting designer Michael J. Rosati, costume designer Danica Eskind.


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Abbott, George, (1887-1995.); Hart, Lorenz, (1895-1943.); Rodgers, Richard, (1902-1979.); MacDonald, Pirie.; Shakespeare, William, (1564-1616.); Coe, Richard L., (Richard Livingstone), (1914-1995,) \annotator.\; Richard L. Coe Theater Programs Collection (Library of Congress); Washington Theater Club (Organization : Washington, D.C.)
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    Damn Yankees. [Text] / Abbott, George, [et al.] ; Richard L. Coe Theater Programs Collection (Library of Congress), Shady Grove Music Fair (Gaithersburg, Md.). - [S. l. : s. n.], [1972]. - 1 v. (theater program). - (no price).
Shady Grove Music Fair, [1972?]. Title devised by Library staff. Cast: Hal Norman, Carolyn Chrisman, Ray Walston, Jean Palmeto, Susan Apfelbaum, Jerry Lanning, Red Robin, Harvey Evans, Terence Goodman, Bill Jackson, Peter Carew, Eddie Mekka, Ann Mitchell, Victor Rendina, Casey Walters, Kin Goble [i.e. Kim Goble], Gwen Verdon, Victor Rendina, Melanie Denis, Harvey Evans, Martha Brennan, Jo-Anne Baldo, Mickie Pollak, Jim Litton, Marv Albert, Diana Broderick, Marianne Selbert, Danny Ruvolo, Bill Whitfield, Karen Kristin, Jim Litton, Eddi Mekka, Wanda Richert, Don Tango.
Abstract: Shady Grove Music Fair, Lee Guber and Shelly Gross present Gwen Verdon, Ray Walston in "Damn Yankees," also starring Jerry Lanning, words & music by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross, book by George Abbott and Douglas Wallop, with Hal Norman, Peter Carew, Carolyn Christman, Casey Walters, Jean Palmerton, Susan Apfelbaum, Victor Rendina, Ann Mitchell, and Harvey Evans, costumes by Sara Brook, sets and lighting by Leonard Harman, musical director Robert Rogers, production stage manager K.C. Schulberg, choreography by Bick Goss, production directed by Ray Walston.


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Abbott, George, (1887-1995.); Wallop, Douglass, (1920-1985.); Adler, Richard, (1921-2012.); Ross, Jerry, (1926-1955.); Verdon, Gwen.; Walston, Ray, (1917-2001.); Lanning, Jerry.; Richard L. Coe Theater Programs Collection (Library of Congress); Shady Grove Music Fair (Gaithersburg, Md.)
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