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standing Achievement), Lend Me a Tenor (Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle Awards), Nine (Tony, Drama Desk, Maraham Awards), The Tap Dance Kid, The Lost Colony, Leonard Bernstein's A Quiet Place and Trouble in Tahiti. Many concerts and films.

KEN BILLINGTON (Lighting Designer) received the 1997 Tony & Drama Desk Awards for his 70th Broadway production, Chicago. He also received Tony nominations for The Visit, Foxfire, End of the World, Working and Sweeney Todd. Other projects include 19 seasons of Radio City Music Hall's Christmas and Easter spectaculars, the ice skating sensation Stars on Ice, Disneyland's nighttime spectacular Fantasmic!, Sea World of Florida's newest thrill ride Journey to Atlantis, 65 operas around the world and superstar nightclub acts. Ken received the first television Ace Award for Lighting.

SCOTT LEHRER (Sound Design). B'way: Angels in America, My Favorite Year, Once on This Island, The Most Happy Fella, A Streetcar Named Desire, The Heidi Chronicles, Prelude to a Kiss, I Hate Hamlet. Recent work: A Fair Country at Lincoln Center and Encores!' Fiorello!, Lady in the Dark and all 1995 and '96 Encores! productions at City Center. Off-B'way: Hapgood, Putting it Together, The Last Yankee, Three Hotels, Assassins, Isn't It Romantic?, The Substance of Fire, Geniuses and Terra Nova.

RALPH BURNS (Orchestrations). Chicago, Little Me, Funny Girl, Golden Boy, Pippin and Sweet Charity. Film Credits include Academy Awards for Cabaret and All That Jazz. Won the Italian Oscar for Movie, Movie and the Emmy for "Baryshnikov on Broadway."

DAVID THOMPSON (Script Adaptation). Projects include the libretto for Steel Pier (1997 Tony Award nomination), co-conceiving And the World Goes 'Round (Drama Desk and Outer Critics' Circle awards), new librettos for the highly successful Off-Broadway and London revivals of Flora, The Red Menace and 70, Girls, 70. Co-created PBS Great Performances "Sondheim-A Celebration at Carnegie Hall" and wrote the recent documentary "Razzle Dazzle."

ROB FISHER (Supervising Musical Director). Four seasons as music director and conductor of the Encores! series at City Center and four seasons with Garrison Keillor's radio broadcasts. Last season he made his debut with NY City Opera conducting Cinderella and Louisiana Purchase for Carnegie Hall. B'way and nat'l tour credits include Threepenny Opera starring Sting, Me and My Girl, A History of the American Film, A Day in Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine, Little Johnny Jones and Big River.

ROBERT BILLIG (Musical Director) was original musical director for Broadway productions of Les Miserables, Miss Saigon and The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. Other Broadway and national tour credits: Song & Dance; Singin' in the Rain; My One and Only; The Magic Show; George M!; Promises, Promises; No, No, Nanette; Seesaw and Barnum. Original musical director of the Off-Broadway and London productions of Little Shop of Horrors, vocal arranger for stage and film versions of Little Shop. Other conducting ranges from intimate nightclubs to international symphony orchestras.

PETER HOWARD (Dance Music Arranger). Composing, conducting, arranging or pianist credits include My Fair Lady; The Sound of Music; Carnival; Hello, Dolly!; 1776; Chicago; Annie; Barnum; Baby; My One and Only; Crazy for You; and Swingin' on a Star. Film: Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, Zelig, 1776, Mame, Annie, and Stepping Out.

SEYMOUR RED PRESS (Musical Coordinator). Credits include more than 80 B'way shows, from the original Gypsy through the current Forum, Noise/Funk, Street Corner Symphony and Side Show. He is associated with Lincoln Center, Roundabout, Joseph Papp Public Theaters, City Centers Encores! Screen credits: Disney's Hunchback of Notre Dame Mike Nichols' The Birdcage and Paramont's In and Out.

ROLAND BEAUCHAMP (Hair Design). Worked with top photograpers such as Wayne Maser and Rueven Afanador for numerous publications worldwide such as Vogue and Elle. Recently returned to NY after a year in Paris.

DAVID BRIAN BROWN (Hair Design). Broadway: 1776, The Herbal Bed, Steel Pier, King David, Big, Glenn Close in Sunset Boulevard, Artist Descending a Staircase. World premiere of Whistle Down the Wind. National tours: Chicago (first national), Miss Saigon (Toronto and U.S.), Chita and All That Jazz. Film and TV credits include To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar; The Paper; A Time to Live; Liza in Concert; The Invisible Thread.
JAY BINDER (Original Casting). Once Upon a Mattress, The King and I, Damn Yankees, Beauty and the Beast, Laughter on the 23rd Floor, Lost in Yonkers, Rumors, Jerome Robbins' Broadway London Suite. TV: "I'll Fly Away," "NY News."

ARTHUR SICCARDI, THEATRICAL SERVICES INC. (Technical Supervisor) has been involved in more than 200 Broadway

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