The Owl and the Pussycat (Play)
Alan Alda, Diana Sands Directed by Arthur Storch
Anta Theatre (Dec 1964)
Set in San Francisco, it was written by Bill Manhoff and originally starred Alan Alda and Diana Sands when it opened on Broadway in 1964. It was also made into a film and starred George Segal with Barbra Streisand.
Involving two characters, a bookish Felix and a saucy Doris, the comedy is described as a classic drama and some say it has parallels to ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf’. Two more opposite people could not exist except in a playwright's imagination. She, the pussycat, is a street-tough cat who goes through life with claws extended. He, the owl, isolates himself from reality and writes stories about life as he imagines it to be. He is a writer, and she hates big words. She is an undulating mass of emotions, and he is a cold, unfeeling intellect.
The Owl and the Pussycat (Play) Alan Alda, Diana Sands Directed by Arthur Storch - Anta Theatre
Playbill / Program Date Dec 1964
Run Nov 18, 1964 - Nov 27, 1965
Size 225 x 165 mm Large Format Pages 72
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