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December 19, 1924|
The Bronx, New York
|Died||June 2, 2002
Manhattan, New York
Sidney Armus (December 19, 1924 – June 21, 2002) was an American actor. He made his Broadway debut in the original production of 'South Pacific' in 1949. 'Prior to that he spent six months in England as Stefanowski in the London company of 'Mister Roberts,' which starred Tyrone Power. Mr. Armus appeared in many off-Broadway productions in New York before his debut. While studying with Erwin Piscator at the Dramatic Workshop of the New School for Social Research, he was seen in 'The Flies, 'There is No End,' and 'Crew 55.'.' (from the original program for South Pacific', 1949.)
Sidney Armus played the character of the Social Director, Itchy Flexner, in the Broadway production of Wish You Were Here opening at the Imperial Theatre on June 25, 1952 and closed on November 28, 1953 after 598 performances. Wish You Were Here is a musical with a book by Arthur Kober and Joshua Logan and music and lyrics by Harold Rome. The musical was adapted from Kober's 1937 play, Having Wonderful Time, and revolves around a summer camp for adults.
- Peter Filichia, "Side by Side by Sidney Armus: Filichia re-encounters Sidney Armus, who no longer lives over a pretzel factory", TheaterMania, January 16, 2002.
- Sidney Armus at the Internet Movie Database
- Sidney Armus at the Internet Broadway Database
- Sidney Armus at AllMovie
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