[African-American Cast 1945 Broadway] The Playbill for the Mansfield Theatre, Week Beginning January 14, 1945, John Wildberg Presents Harry Wagstaff Gribble’s Production of ANNA LUCASTA by Philip Yordan. A legendary production with an African-American cast moved from Harlem to Broadway, a story of a young woman surviving by working as a prostitute seeking the forgiveness of her family. Anna Lucasta’s struggle for respectability is reminiscent of Eugene O’Neill’s Anna Christie. Hilda Simms played Anna in this first Broadway production. The cover has a partial fold-separation. Overall condition is fair.
African American Dancer Marie Brooks Handbill for Dance Research Theatre Performance Harlem
Fighting Cock #3 Original Woodcut by African American Artist Walter Williams Created in 1964
Photograph of Siamese Twins Millie-Christine McKoy Two-Headed Nightingale
Family Portrait of Siamese Twins the Bunker Brothers Chang & Eng Bunker with Sons ca 1850
Max Reinhardt Memorial Carnegie Hall November 30 1943 Bruno Walter