The Owl and the Pussycat
A would-be actress working part-time as a prostitute shares an apartment with a more educated aspiring writer. They come to like each other despite their differences, in Bill Manhoff's comedy.
Opening Night Production Credits
|Jo Mielziner||Scenic Design|
|Florence Klotz||Costume Design|
|Hannah Troy, Inc.||Miss Sand's wardrobe|
|Jo Mielziner||Lighting Design|
Shows That Opened That Season: 1964 - 1965
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- The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window
- Slow Dance on the Killing Ground
- Absence of a Cello
|1965||Actress in a Play||Diana Sands||Nominee|