Marguerite Cullman, an Investor in Hits, is Dead at 94

News   Marguerite Cullman, an Investor in Hits, is Dead at 94
 
Marguerite Cullman, a Broadway investor who put dough into the original Oklahoma!, South Pacific, Death of a Salesman and A Streetcar Named Desire, died July 25 in New York, according to the trade paper Variety.

Marguerite Cullman, a Broadway investor who put dough into the original Oklahoma!, South Pacific, Death of a Salesman and A Streetcar Named Desire, died July 25 in New York, according to the trade paper Variety. Ms. Cullman, a former copy editor for the McNaught newspaper syndicate and a contributor to The New Yorker and The New York Times Magazine, was 94. She also worked for Stage magazine, choosing the covers every month, Variety reported.

She penned "Occupation Angel" in 1962, about her brush with theatre.

-- By Kenneth Jones

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