Peacock lunchtime 'Hughie' by Eugene O'Neill :
Gerard McSorley [and] O.Z. Whitehead [.] Director Judy Friel [.] Designer Jan Bee Brown [.] Lighting Tony Wakefield [.]
|Main Creator:||Peacock Theatre (Dublin, Ireland)|
Black and white poster designed by Graphiconies, featuring the reproduction of a black and white photograph taken in the United States of America in the 1920s - it features a man, with his hands in his pockets while he smokes; he is standing outside a burlesque theatre called 'The Gayety'. A paybooth (for entry into the building) has the words 'The Gayety' / Smoke If You Like' painted on one side and 'Burlesk' written down the other side of the booth. The image of a woman wearing a diaphanous gown is painted on the building. Text printed on verso of sheet features a brief biography of Eugene O'Neill and biographies concerning the careers of Judy Friel, Jan Bee Brown, Gerard McSorley, O.Z. Whitehead and Tony Wakefield. The contents of a letter sent by Jose Quintero "..widely regarded as the leading director of the plays of Eugene O'Neill" [then based in Los Angeles], to the cast of 'Hughie' is also printed on verso of sheet along with a short article on the play by Michael O'hAodha.
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[Dublin : Peacock Theatre], 1989.
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 sheet (2 pp.) : ill., 59.6 x 30.2 cm.
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