Neil Simon and Mike Nichols the morning after “Barefoot in the Park” opened at the Biltmore Theatre in 1963. It ran for 1,530 performances.
A rehearsal photo from 1962 with “Never Too Late’s” George Abbott giving some “direction” to the play’s star Maureen O’Sullivan. It’s a staged photo (of course), somewhat given away by Orson Bean staring straight at the camera while Paul Ford attempts to be involved.
The inimitable Paul Ford as Harry Lambert in “Never Too Late” (1962).
A visit from former President Harry Truman after a performance of “Never Too Late,” probably in 1962.



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Ron Fassler

Ron Fassler


Author, playwright, director, actor, theatre critic and historian, his book, “Up in the Cheap Seats,” is available at