RAY BRADBURY - SIGNED POSTER for a Theatrical Production of His LET'S ALL KILL CONSTANCE Performed by Bradbury's PANDEMONIUM THEATRE COMPANY
POSTER for the world premier of LET'S ALL KILL CONSTANCE, by RAY BRADBURY. A production of Bradbury's PANDEMONIUM THEATRE COMPANY. The premier was performed at the Court Theatre, West Hollywood, April 17, 2004.
Ray Bradbury wrote the Play, based on his Novel of the same name. He was co-founder, along with Charles Rome Smith, of the Pandemonium Theatre Company, and the two ran it for many years until Smith's death in August, 2004. The Pandemonium Theatre Company was mainly devoted to producing Bradbury's plays and theatrical versions of his stories.
HAND SIGNED by Ray Bradbury in red (blood red, of course). The signature seeps through a bit to the blank backside.
Poster, 10.5x16.5 inches, printed on thin stock paper.
NEAR FINE condition, a slight bit of edge creasing, overall sharp, bright, clean and clear; lovely, would look great mounted and/or framed.
RARE signed BRADBURY item.
btw: If you haven't seen RACHEL BLOOM'S video song tribute to RAY BRADBURY, you really should. Bradbury was shown the video not long before he died in 2012, and reportedly he chuckled and had a twinkle in his eye.