DON APPELL was a playwright, director, and actor. Appell wrote the book for Milk And Honey (1961), a musical comedy about Americans in Israel. His work was praised by Howard Taubman in The New York Times for its “ring of authenticity” and “taste and imagination.” His other plays included Lullaby (1954) and A Girl Could Get Lucky (1964). Appell, a native New Yorker, began his acting career at age twelve in summer stock. He later appeared on Broadway in Native Son, Tapestry in Gray, and Odyssey. He directed such Broadway productions as Career Angel, Dr. Social, and his own play This, Too, Shall Pass. He also directed scores of television productions in New York and Hollywood.
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