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PLAYBILL AUGUST 2001
SERVING BROADWAY SINCE 1884 VOLUME 117, NUMBER 8

10 LOVERS & OLDER STRANGERS
by Harry Haun. Renée Taylor and Joseph Bologna star in their play, If You Ever Leave Me...I'm Going With You!

12 CRYSTAL CLEAR
by Monty Arnold. Annie Get Your Gun is a perfect fit for country girl Crystal Bernard.

15 ONSTAGE

39 THE GOLDEN GIRLS OF BROADWAY
by Harry Haun. Stage and screen vets Kathleen Freeman and Shirl Bernheim are giving B'way audiences the time of their lives.

PLUS:
6 theatre quiz by Andrew Gans
33 stage directions from the league
34 fashion avenue
by Jennifer Lanter
40 dining & entertainment
46 how many have you seen?

[[image: color photo of [[Renée Taylor and Joseph Bologna?]] in evening wear each standing on opposite sides of a step ladder, [[in the porch canopy of a theatre?]] caption in photo: 'p10']]
[[photo credit above photo]] JOAN MARCUS [[/photo credit]]

[[image: color photo of woman with long, curled hair, smiling at the camera, holding a gun in each hand; wears a black shirt with 'rhinestones'. Caption: p12]] [[photo credit]]ANDREW ECCLES [[/photo credit

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