PRINCE PHILIP

Philip Bosco (in an undated photo), which is the way I’ll always remember him.
Yes, not only did I save my ticket stubs, but the envelopes as well. EN2–7616, anybody?
Phil’s tongue-in-cheek 1971 program bio from “An Enemy of the People.”
Glimpses of the Great Bosco (including a Hirschfeld with a “Nina” in his hair).
As King Creon in “Antigone” (1971)

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

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

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