|Title||Poster: Marlon Brando Sat Right Here. Play by Louis LaRusso. Benefit reading performance, Hoboken, June 5-6, 2009.|
|Collection||Hoboken Historical Museum Archives|
Poster: Marlon Brando Sat Right Here. A Play by Louis LaRusso. Presented by the New Artists Theater Company and the Hoboken Historical Museum, 1203 Hudson St., Hoboken, June 5 & 6, 2009. A reading to benefit the New Artists Theater Company and the Hoboken Historical Museum. 11" x 17" high. Two copies.
Play from 1980 by the late Hoboken playwright (Louis LaRusso II) and set in Hoboken. Readings took place at 1203 Hudson St., Hoboken. Directed by Frank Licato. Performers included:
MAUREEN VAN ZANDT
New Artists Theater Company is based in New York City.
Postcard front is a candid black-and-white photo (photo catalog 2004.020.0006) taken during the filming of motion picture "On the Waterfront" in Hoboken. It depicts Karl Malden making rabbit ears behind Marlon Brando's head with two other Hoboken residents present.
Caption: Photo courtesy of Eleanor Salinardi.
From left: Hoboken Police Sgt. Peter King, Marlon Brando, Karl Malden & Arthur Marrota, Dir. of Public Safety, at 314 River St., Hoboken, Dec. 13, 1953.
[in 2009, an updated identification of the person named as Arthur F. Marrota was made; the spelling of the last hame is incorrect and it should be changed to "Marotta" and the person in the photo is John Marotta, not Arthur F.; he was the brother of John.]
|Year Range from||2009|
|Year Range to||2009|
LaRusso II, Louis
On the Waterfront
314 River St.
1203 Hudson St.
HHM (Hoboken Historical Museum)