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The essence of a woman
[[image: colour photo of head & shoulders of model (Elizabeth Hurley) lying down, smiling at camera, bottle of perfume in front of her]]
The new fragrance from Estée Lauder
INTUITION
ESTÉE LAUDER
esteelauder.com
Available at Saks Fifth Avenue
(c) 2001 Estée Lauder Inc.
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GRAMERCY THEATRE
under the management of 
CHASE MISHKIN, STEVEN M. LEVY, LEONARD SOLOWAY
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ROUNDABOUT THEATRE COMPANY
TODD HAIMES, Artistic Director
ELLEN RICHARD, Managing Director
JULIA C. LEVY, Executive Director, External Affairs
Presents
THE LAURA PELS THEATRE SEASON
Phylicia Rashad  Hill Harper
BLUE
by Charles Randolph-Wright
music by Nona Hendryx
lyrics by Nona Hendryx and Charles Randolph-Wright
Michael McElroy  Howard W. Overshown  Jewell Robinson
Randall Shepperd  Messeret Stroman  Chad Tucker
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Set Design James Leonard Joy
Costume Design Debra Bauer
Lighting Design Michael Gilliam
Sound Design Kurt Eric Fischer
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Production Stage Manager
Jay Adler
Casting by 
Jeremy Rich and Pat McCorkle, C.S.A.
Founding Director Gene Feist
Associate Artistic Director Scott Ellis
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Director of Artistic Development Jim Carnahan
General Management Jason P. McLaughlin   Catharine Guiher
Press Representative  Boneau/Bryan-Brown
Director of Marketing David B. Steffen

Directed by 
Sheldon Epps
Originally commissioned and produced by Arena Stage in Washington, D.C.
Molly Smith, Artistic Director  Stephen Richard, Executive Director

Roundabout Theatre Company is a member of the League of Resident Theatres.
www.roundabouttheatre.org
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