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[[advertisement]] © 2002 Estée Lauder Inc. [[image - color photograph of a woman; head and neck]] Idealist Skin Refinisher Your ideal skin. See it. Feel it. Have it. Now there's new non-acid technology to take care of pores, fine lines, flakiness and redness. This is the skin you want. See it. Visibly clear and even-toned. Feel it. Unbelievably soft and smooth. www.esteelauder.com ESTÉE LAUDER Defining Beauty [[/advertisement]] [[end page]] [[start page]] OPENING NIGHT: FEBRUARY 6, 2003 [[logo]]ROYALE THEATRE 242 West 45th Street A Shubert Organization Theatre Gerald Schoenfeld, Chairman Philip J. Smith, President Robert E. Wankel, Executive Vice President Sageworks Benjamin Mordecai Robert G. Bartner Harriet N. Leve & Jennifer Manocherian Kim Poster & Theatre Royal Haymarket Productions and Whoopi Goldberg in association with Peg McFeeley Golden/Willa Shalit Morton Swinsky/James D. Stern Brian Brolly/Susan Dietz by special arrangement with Robert Cole and Frederick Zollo present Charles S. Dutton Whoopi Goldberg in August Wilson's MA RAINEY'S BLACK BOTTOM with Thomas Jefferson Byrd Tony Cucci Jack Davidson Carl Gordon Stephen McKinley Henderson Anthony Mackie Heather Alicia Simms and Louis Zorich Set Design David Gallo Costume Design Toni-Leslie James Lighting Design Donald Holder Sound Design Rob Milburn Michael Bodeen Music Director Dwight Andrews Fight Director David S. Leong Production Stage Manager Diane DiVita Technical Supervision Tech Production Services Casting Janet Foster Audience Development Marcia Pendelton/Donna Walker-Kuhne Marketing TMG - The Marketing Group General Manager Roger Alan Gindi Associate Producers Debbie Bisno/Alice Chebba Walsh Public Relations Barlow • Hartman Directed by Marion McClinton The producers wish to thank the Theatre Development Fund for its support of this production.
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