Never Too Late (play)
|Never Too Late|
|Written by||Sumner Arthur Long|
|Date premiered||27 November 1962|
|Place premiered||Playhouse Theatre|
|Setting||The living room of the Lambert home in Calverton, Massachusetts.|
Never Too Late starred Paul Ford and Maureen O'Sullivan as Harry and Edith Lambert, a middle-aged couple about to become parents once again. Starring as the couple's adult daughter Kate and her husband Charlie Clinton, were Fran Sharon and Orson Bean, as well as Leona Maricle and House Jameson as Grace and James Kimbrough.
Never Too Late originally opened at the Playhouse Theatre in New York City on November 27, 1962. The play, directed by George Abbott and produced by Elliot Martin and Daniel Hollywood, ran for a total of 1,007 performances until its end on April 24, 1965.
Awards and nominations
Original Broadway production
|1963||Tony Award||Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Play||Paul Ford||Nominated|
|Best Direction of a Play||George Abbott||Nominated|