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Time Out for Ginger (1954)
|Molly Picon ----- Peg O' My Heart ----- Member of the Wedding ----- Time Out for Ginger ----- Two Fingers of Pride ----- A Hatful of Rain|
|When the Member of the Wedding tour finished,
Steve landed a new job in Chicago with the comedic play Time Out for Ginger. |
The show starred Melvyn Douglas and Edith Atwater. Nancy Malone played the title character of Ginger. Steve played young 'Eddie Davis'.
The "Who's Who" on the Playbill for Steve read:
Steve McQueen (Eddie Davis) was born in Los Angeles and when he is not acting he races motorcycles. He prefers the stage which he considers only a little less hazardous. When questioned he said, "Well, motorcycles may break your bones but the theatre can break your heart."
|McQueen, Douglas & Atwater||A cocky young guy!||From the playbill|
|All pictures from the personal collection of Donna Redden.|