Girls of Summer (1956). Written by N. Richard Nash
. Featuring the song "Girls of Summer" composed by Stephen Sondheim
. Stage Manager: Irving Buchman. Assistant Stage Mgr: Lou Antonio
[earliest Broadway credit]. Directed by Jack Garfein. Longacre Theatre: 19 Nov 1956- 5 Jan 1957 (56 performances). Cast: Shelley Winters
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Shelley Winter | Miss Shelley Winters
5' 4" (1.63 m)
Did You Know?
[on Norman Mailer
] Norman's not capable of sleeping with a starlet and using her and then just saying "That was great, kid. Goodbye." Unlike most men in Hollywood, he's actually a feminist. He sees women as people, not just sex objects. He reveres women. He feels there's kind of respect they must have.
On the 26 September, 1975 episode of The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
(1962), she grew tired of Oliver Reed
's attitude towards women. They had a heated conversation and, after Winters told Reed what she thought of his opinions, she left the set. The show continued with Reed going on about women while Johnny Carson
looked at him in a daze. Shortly afterward, Winters appeared from stage left,...
Later on, played mostly overweight, loud and somewhat tacky women