Caffe Cino Pictures

The Cino Year By Year » LudlowYearByYear

Immediately following “The Family Joke,” LANFORD WILSON’s “Ludlow Fair,” a rich portrait of plain roommate JENNY VENTRISS and pretty one MARTHA GALPHIN, representing the other extreme of Cino style from KOUTOUKAS’ camp: a warm, wise, sentimental “poetic realsm” as producer Richard Barr later termed it. Photo by JAMES D. GOSSAGE.

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  1. Robert Patrick said, on June 24, 2014 at 8:35 am

    Good heavens, I am so sorry. Do you recall if you left the show and if the woman depicted is your replacement?

  2. Martha Galphin said, on June 24, 2014 at 5:45 am

    NEITHER OF THESE LADIES PICTURED IS MARTHA GALPHIN. But I was Rachel in the first production of Wilson’s Ludlow Fair with Jennie Ventriss as Agnes, directed by Neil Flanagan at the Caffe Cino. Thank you.


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