The Little Black Book. Jean-Claude Carrière, Jerome Kilty.
The Little Black Book
The Little Black Book

Script for a Play Directed by Milos Forman

The Little Black Book

Notes: An original script for the Americanized version of a French play, a comedy about a young woman, Suzanne, who talks her way into Gene's small apartment on West 12th Street in New York City.

The play ran for five days at the Helen Hayes Theatre, in New York, from April 25 to 29, 1972. Richard Benjamin and Delphine Seyrig were the actors in this Arthur Cantor production directed by Milos Forman.

[2], 61, 32 leaves printed on one-side only.

Edition + Condition: Sheets bound with brass screws into a printed vinyl folder stamped with the title and "Studio Duplicating" on the cover. Numbered B18 in ink on the title page and coded "RAW" in pencil, denoting a book from Waring Jones's library, which was handled by Serendipity Books, in Berkeley. With two pages of notes by Jones, a theatrical producer and the grandson of a newspaper magnate in Minnesota.

Publication: New York: Arthur Cantor / Studio Duplicating Service, [1972].

Item No: #361750

Price: $200