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Are there any rare Playbills (or other programs) which might fetch a decent amount if selling?
Last Edit: PlayWiz 03:23 pm EST 01/07/21
Posted by: PlayWiz 03:12 pm EST 01/07/21

I wouldn't necessary think of parting with a lot of my collection, though I did see the photo of "Frankenstein" playbill on the NY Times website today. I saw that in previews and was very surprised it closed opening night -- the sets were fantastic, and not even being a fan of horror movies, thought it was actually a lot of fun. I have some Playbills with celebrity autographs from when I was a kid, before getting into the business myself and leaving the autograph-seeking behind. At some point, I'm going to go through my collection and figure out what to sell, donate or possibly throw out (though I think I'd first rip out of most the articles in ones less likely to sell and leave the production information in there to at least shrink down some of the space they are taking). Also have opera programs, ballet, concerts, etc. I also have the "Follies in Concert" LP signed by Stephen Sondheim, Barbara Cook and Elaine Stritch (one of my favorite LP cover "gets")! Among opera programs, I have Joan Sutherland, Placido Domingo (don't start!), among others, plus signed photos from meeting divas Bidu Sayao, Rise Stevens, Licia Albanese, Zinka Milanov and Jarmila Novotna, at Lincoln Center years ago.
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