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Triton Gallery
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joined:11/12/12
Broadway Show Posters
Posted: 11/12/12 at 03:13pm
We've joined this board to be in better touch with the community of theatre fans and professionals. We've got some new, unusual posters available (Kinky Boots in Chicago, repros of The Visit in DC and The Grass Harp on Broadway - taken from original poster art that was never printed). We're continuing to uncover rare gems.

Our question is, if there was one poster you can't find that you would want, even if it was a repro, what would it be?
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Rockyfan2000
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joined:5/15/11
Broadway Show Posters
Posted: 11/12/12 at 03:29pm
The original Broadway window card of "Carrie".
"It's not where you start, it's where you finish!"
CaseyBrent41
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joined:8/24/12
Broadway Show Posters
Posted: 11/12/12 at 03:30pm
I second Carrie.
Triton Gallery
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joined:11/12/12
Broadway Show Posters
Posted: 11/12/12 at 03:32pm
We have it.
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Rockyfan2000
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joined:5/15/11
Broadway Show Posters
Posted: 11/12/12 at 04:07pm
Great! Good to know!
"It's not where you start, it's where you finish!"
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givesmevoice
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joined:12/2/07
Broadway Show Posters
Posted: 11/12/12 at 04:20pm
The LA tryout poster for Evita. I saw it at the Flea Market but wasn't able to spend $100 for it.
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Liz7
Understudy
joined:9/1/09
Broadway Show Posters
Posted: 11/12/12 at 04:20pm
Lippa's The Wild Party
Triton Gallery
Swing
joined:11/12/12
Broadway Show Posters
Posted: 11/12/12 at 04:30pm
We have it as a repro.
Triton Gallery
Swing
joined:11/12/12
Broadway Show Posters
Posted: 11/12/12 at 04:32pm
LA Evita also (it's yellow and red -quite stunning. The black and silver wasn't used in the US until Broadway).
CaseyBrent41
Swing
joined:8/24/12
Broadway Show Posters
Posted: 11/12/12 at 04:37pm
would love a Rebecca windowcard!
Triton Gallery
Swing
joined:11/12/12
Broadway Show Posters
Posted: 11/12/12 at 04:44pm
We haven't been able to track down a Rebecca card yet. We know a few were made for the production office (one was in the background in a NY Times photo of the producer) but we've had no luck getting a copy. Has anyone out there found one?
CATSNYrevival
Broadway Legend
joined:3/1/04
Broadway Show Posters
Posted: 11/12/12 at 05:03pm
You're a Good Man Charlie Brown revival.
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morosco
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joined:7/10/04
Broadway Show Posters
Posted: 11/12/12 at 05:15pm
Hi Triton Gallery, could you tell us the difference between a repro. and an original? (And thank you for so many years of superior customer service!)
Triton Gallery
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joined:11/12/12
Broadway Show Posters
Posted: 11/12/12 at 06:44pm
When a poster is no longer available and goes out of print we make a high-end digital copy, mounted on board. Most of the repro demand is for posters from the 50's and 60's but there are many fairly recent ones (over the past 20 years) that seem to have gone out of print almost immediately.
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chewy5000
Broadway Legend
joined:12/1/09
Broadway Show Posters
Posted: 11/12/12 at 07:28pm
Starlight Express?

I must thank you for being able to ship that wonderful 'Chess' window-card half-way across the planet. I love it!
IMHO I see Queenie as being more of a brunette...
Triton Gallery
Swing
joined:11/12/12
Broadway Show Posters
Posted: 11/12/12 at 08:23pm
Thanks very much and we've got it.
This is like a game of "Stump the Gallery" So far Rebecca wins!
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Jordan Catalano
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joined:10/9/05
Broadway Show Posters
Posted: 11/12/12 at 08:31pm
Triton's reproductions have always been fantastic but the new process they use makes the posters look even better than before. They're worth every single cent.
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WSStory
Stand-by
joined:2/5/05
Broadway Show Posters
Posted: 11/12/12 at 09:34pm
Do you have a repro of the original Candide at Martin Beck Theatre. I saw on your site you have the out of town poster but not the NY poster.
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CockeyedOptimist2
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joined:1/10/10
Broadway Show Posters
Posted: 11/12/12 at 09:35pm
Original production of "She Loves Me" repro?
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EricMontreal22
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joined:10/31/11
Broadway Show Posters
Posted: 11/13/12 at 04:43am
Do you have Sweet Bird of Youth (the original 1959)?
Triton Gallery
Swing
joined:11/12/12
Broadway Show Posters
Posted: 11/13/12 at 07:13am
We have the She Loves Me tryout and Sweet Bird of Youth national tour. I'll have to check on the Broadway versions of Candide and Sweet Bird.
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tazber
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joined:5/10/05
Broadway Show Posters
Posted: 11/13/12 at 07:36am
Grey Garden Bway poster, with Little Edie hiding behind her handheld mirror.

And you guys are AWESOME!
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son_of_a_gunn_25
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joined:11/11/03
Broadway Show Posters
Posted: 11/13/12 at 08:03am
I agree. Nothing, but good things to say Triton on my end of things!
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castlestreet
Broadway Star
joined:7/2/10
Broadway Show Posters
Posted: 11/13/12 at 08:05am
Welcome to the board guys! I was just thinking of you the other day when I was dusting the window cards and was marveling at what an awesome job you guys did on my Rex Windowcard!
Triton Gallery
Swing
joined:11/12/12
Broadway Show Posters
Posted: 11/13/12 at 08:14am
Thanks everybody for the warm welcome. We have a Grey Gardens repro.
Has anyone out there ever come across a poster for Chaplin with Anthony Newley? I saw the show in LA and remember both the print ad and the theatres displays but I've never seen a window card for it.
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once a month
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joined:4/16/04
Broadway Show Posters
Posted: 11/13/12 at 09:10am
Have always loved the Triton Gallery, in fact have appx 90 of their posterS including original A Chorus Line, Chicago, Cabaret, Starlight Express and the gold trio-Nicholas Nickleby, Woman of the Year and Jerome Robbins Broadway.

How about the never released poster of Whistle Down the Wind after Washington DC?



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