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ROUNDABOUT THEATRE COMPANY

The Roundabout Theatre Company, Inc. is very grateful for the generous support of individuals, corporations, foundations and government agencies.  We wish to thank the following for their contributions:

The Chase Manhattan Bank
Sponsor of The Chase Family Series

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Virgin Atlantic Airways
Official International Carrier
of Roundabout Theatre
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Millennium·Broadway
Official Hotel
of Roundabout Theatre
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FOUNDERS ($100,000+)

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The Chase Manhattan Bank
The Florence Gould Foundation
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Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
The Laura Pels Foundation
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The Harold & Mimi Steinberg
Charitable Trust
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DIRECTORS ($50,000+)

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Bell Atlantic
The Kaplen Foundation
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The Blanche and Irving
  Laurie Foundation
New York State Council on the Arts
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The Shubert Foundation, Inc.
Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd.
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PRODUCERS ($25,000+)

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BankAmerica Foundation
Eleanor Naylor Dana
  Charitable Trust
The Gladys Kreible
  Delmas Foundation
Cory and Bob Donnalley
  Charitable Foundation
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Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation
State Senator Roy M. Goodman
RJR Nabisco
New York City Department of 
  Cultural Affairs
New York State Natural
  Heritage Trust
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The New York Times
  Company Foundation
Philip Morris
  Companies Inc.
Steven & Lesley Sanders
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LEADERS ($10,000+)

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Citibank, N.A.
Douglas and Susanne Durst
The Samuel and Rae Eckman
  Charitable Foundation
Tamara Guilden
The Heckscher Foundation
  for Children
IBM Corporation
ICM
F.M. Kirby Foundation, Inc.
Hale Matthews Foundation
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Millennium·Broadway
J.P. Morgan & Co. Incorporated
Newman's Own, Inc.
Harold and Elinor Oertell
Cathryn and Victor Palmieri
Republic National Bank of New York
The Fan Fox & Leslie R. Samuels
  Foundation
Donna and Elliott K. Slade
Seth Sprague Educational
  and Charitable Foundation
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Susan and Martin Stoll
Time Warner Inc.
United States Trust Company
  of New York
Viacom International, Inc.
Marjolijn and Rik
  Wijsenbeek
William Morris Agency
Chris and Lonna Yegen
Donald and Barbara Zucker
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BENEFACTORS ($5,000+)

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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Arnow
Axe-Houghton Foundation
Harrison and Leslie Bains
Dr. Robert L. Bard
Bristol-Myers Squibb Company
Capital Cities/ABC, Inc.
Mary Cirillo and Jay Goldberg
Liz Claiborne Foundation
Consolidated Edison Company of New York
Barbara Bell Cumming Foundation
Jean and Louis Dreyfus Foundation
Assemblyman Herman D. Farrell, Jr.
The Friars Foundation
Gloria Gelfand
Melissa M. Gibbs
Barbara Goldsmith
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Assemblyman Richard Gottfried
Barbara Hack
Ira and Marilyn Hechler
Mrs. John P. Horton
Sally and Robert Huxley
Richard I. Kandel
Marion and Irwin Kaplan
The Lapin Foundation, Inc.
J & H Marsh & McLennan, Inc.
Gilda and John P. McGarry, Jr.
The McGraw-Hill Companies
Merrill Lynch and Company Foundation
Kathryn and Gilbert Miller Fund
Murray and Belle Nathan
Daniel Navarro and James Grapka
The New Yorker
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Mr. and Mrs. James F. O'Rorke, Jr.
Barbara L. Rambo
  and Thomas A. Goossens
Billy Rose Foundation, Inc.
Florence and Robert A. Rosen
Assemblyman Steve Sanders
Sanofi Beauté
S.H. and Helen R. Scheuer
  Family Foundation, Inc.
Assemblyman Sheldon Silver
Bob and Rosie Stubbs
The Travelers Foundation
Michael Tuch Foundation, Inc.
Weiss, Peck & Greer, L.L.C.
Anonymous (1)
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