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by Jennifer Lanter


Whether your summer days take you on the town or on the beach, less can often be more when it comes to looking your best. Try an eye-arresting hat, chic shades, colorful clothes and minimal makeup for sizzling summer style.

Looking for instant poolside glamour? Pop on a hat by Eric Javits. It's the not-so-secret accessory featured on many a celebrity A-list. From Barbra Streisand to Oprah to Madeleine Albright to Britney Spears, Eric Javits's packable, squish-able hats are a top choice for their famous tops. Shown: the Squishee® Visor and largeSquishee® Tote.

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It's a glamorous world when you look at it through Daniel Swarovski Crystal Eyewear. The Baguette Magique is an avant-garde model featuring crystal decorations and four layers of gold and palladium on the frame. Call 1-800-324-9161 or visit

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Fun in the sun does not involve beige! Colorful, well-matched pieces bring a little sunshine down to earth. Shown: Kenar's color faux snake skin tube top with citron leather slim pant.

Foundation? Forget it! Just a dab and smear of Lancôme's Photôgenic Skin-Illuminating Concealer are all you need to save face in the summer. Photôgenic's creamy, easy-blending formula with SPF 15 optimizes the effects of light while hiding imperfections. It also works well with foundation, if you must.

[[image caption]] Glamour under the sun (from top): Eric Javits's signature 
Squishee® Visor and Tote; magical Baguette Magique shades from Daniel Swarovski Crystal Eyewear; Lancôme's Photôgenic Skin-Illuminating Concealer; and Kenar's colorful faux snake skin tube top and leather pant

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MICHAEL KELLER (Music Coordinator) began his Broadway career as a drummer for Promises, Promises in 1970. Music 
Coordinator for: The Goodbye Girl ('93), Barbra Streisand Concert Tour ('94), The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber ('95), Whistle Down the Wind ('96), The Lion King ('97), Elaborate Lives ('98), You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown ('99), The Gershwins' Fascinating Rhythm ('99), Marlene ('99) and Andrew Lippa's The Wild Party (2000).

BRETT SOMMER (Electronic Music Design & Programming). Founded by Brett Alan Sommer in 1985, Music Arts Technologies, Inc. has designed systems for over 100 musical productions, including The Lion King, Fosse, Phantom of the Opera, Miss Saigon, Chess, Sunset Boulevard, Ragtime, Madison Square Garden and Radio City. Music Arts' Flagship product, The MapperTM, has become an integral part of the modern orchestra pit and its ongoing hardware and software development consistently redefines the cutting edge of electronic music performance technology.

THEATERSMITH, INC. (Technical Supervision). Aida is Christopher C. Smith's second project with Buena Vista Theatrical Group. He was the American Technical Director for The Hunchback of Notre Dame in Berlin. Other TD credits include such Broadway shows as Have a Nice Life, Show Boat, Kiss of the Spiderwoman, Jack, On the Waterfront, Kentucky Cycle, Most Happy Fella, Private Lives, Steel City and National Actors Theater; tours of Spiderwoman, Goosebumps and Radio City Christmas Spectacular. As Associate TD with Arthur Siccardi: Charlie Brown, Capeman, and Whistle Down the Wind. He built over 50 productions as owner of Metro Scenic Studios and worked as Production Carpenter on over 15 productions. He lives in Englewood with his wife, actress Nancy Ringham, with their daughter Caitlyn.

BERNARD TELSEY CASTING, C.S.A. (Casting). Bernie, Will, David, Heidi, & Lori thank: D. Albertie, C. Ashley, P. Askin, D. Baker, P. Baldinu, M. Barber, G. Barre, D.C. Beane, J. Berlinger, J.M. Besset, T. Brigden, M. Brokaw, D.J. Cohen, H. Edmundson, M. Edson, S. Ellis, R. Falls, R.E. Gaines, A. Giardina, S. Glover, B. Goluboff, M. Greif, A.R. Gurney, D. Hughes, D. James, E. John, D.A. Jones, N. Keller, A. Knee, J. Larson, G. Leaming, K. Leon, A. Lippa, E. Mann, M. Mason, A. Miller, J.C. Mitchell, M. Norman, P. Noyce, L. Peterson, A. Phillips, D. Rabe, T. Rice, J. Rivera, P. Rudnick, M. Sexton, S. Shepard, D. Sullivan, S. Trask, I. VanHove, G. VanSant, L. Wilson, M. Wilson, D. Wright, DD, HSC, LWT, McCT, BVTG, MCC, and NYTW, for trusting us. Although we have our pride, we have been known to cast for food.

JAY BINDER (Developmental Casting) with Jack Bowdan, Mark Brandon and Laura Stanczyk. Broadway: Wrong Mountain, Music Man, The Iceman Cometh, Charlie Brown, High Society, Golden Child, Sound of Music, Triumph of Love, Proposals, Ballyhoo, The Lion King, Chicago, Once Upon a Mattress, King and I, Damn Yankees, Beauty and the Beast, Laughter on the 23rd Floor, Lost in Yonkers, Jerome Robbins' Broadway, Jake's Women, Goodbye Girl, Rumors. Seven-time Artios Award winner. Member - C.S.A.

RICK SORDELET (Fight Director). Broadway: Beauty and the Beast worldwide, The Lion King, The Scarlet Pimpernel, Titanic, Epic Proportions, Wait Until Dark, Once Upon a Mattress, and Martin Guerre. National tours: Titanic, Ben Hur and Sunset Boulevard. Off-Broadway: As Bees in Honey Drown, This Is Our Youth, Reefer Madness, The Musical in L.A. Over 1000 professional productions across the country from Shepard to Shakespeare, TV and film, CD-Rom "Jedi Knight" for George Lucas. Author of the play Buried Treasure. Currently teaches at Yale School of Drama. Married to actress Kathleen 
Kelly with three beautiful children, Kaelan, Christian and Collin.

CLIFFORD SCHWARTZ (Production Supervisor). New York credits include Chicago, Grease!, Big, Christmas Carol at Madison Square Garden, Guys and Dolls, Assassins, Lend Me a Tenor, Honky Tonk Nights, Surf City - The Beach Boys Musical, Wenceslas Square, Call Me Madam at City Center, and the blockbuster Moose Murders. Tours: Barry Manilow's Showstoppers World Tour, Big River, On the Twentieth Century, Torch Song Trilogy and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

THE ALLIANCE THEATRE COMPANY, the largest regional theatre in the Southeast, is a leader in producing exciting and diverse works for the stage. Now in its fourth decade, the Alliance has achieved recognition
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