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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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