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[[start left page]] [[advertisement]] ENJOY SHENANDOAH TOMORROW, TOO! DELICIOUS Shenandoah POULTRY PRODUCTS The great name in quality, variety, convenience & value. Available nationally..; In the frozen poultry section of your favorite supermarket. Shenandoah Executive & Marketing Offices: Great Neck, N.Y. PLANTS LOCATED IN THE HEART OF THE SHENANDOAH VALLEY For Free Poultry Recipe Book, write Shenandoah, Dept. PB 560 Northern Blvd. Great Neck, New York 11021 [[/advertisement]] 4 PLAYBILL Volume 12 February 1975 ARTHUR T. BIRSH - publisher JOAN ALLEMAN RUBIN - editor-in-chief CYNTHIA CARTY - program editor LEO LERMAN - senior editor WALTER VATTER - associate editor THOMAS A. STEINFELD - national sales director L. ROBERT CHARLES - general sales director ELAINE KLEIN - director of special sales RUSSELL CANNIZZARO - comptroller MIMI HOROWITZ - publication coordinator MARY F. SEATON - assistant to the publisher PLAYBILL is published monthly in New York, Boston and Philadelphia. New York edition is published by American Theatre Press, Inc. 151 E. 50th St., N. Y., N. Y. 10022. 212-751-9550. Pres & Treas.: Arthur T. Birsh; Vice-Pres.: Steven J. Kumble; Sec.: Mary F. Seaton. Printed in U.S.A. Copyright © American Theatre Press, Inc. 1975. All rights reserved. Daddy wrote him out of the will--" Just then, a cop appeared from between two parked cars, and the horse said he had to go. But he'd got me to thinking about the problem. Maybe real animals had had it better in the old days. Billy Rose had brought a live elephant onto the stage of the Winter Garden in Jumbo; today that elephant would be played by Dustin Hoffman and Rosalind Russell, neither of whom can resist an acting challenge. Modern-times-wise, Gypsy featured a real little lamb, and The Wiz, a real little dog, but the animals call that tokenism. True enough, the producers of Good News, which came and went very fast this season, agreed to give a reasonable number of quadrupeds a break (Good News featured a football team which spent a lot of time looking for a mascot, so a llama and various other beasts of the field peopled-or, rather, livestocked-the stage) but they're all back on the unemployment line now. Certain defenders of Broadway managers have suggested that the animals are trying to get too much too fast, that they ought to be content with such gains as have been made, and quit antagonizing potential supporters. One man pointed out to me that in The Magic Show a magician named Doug Hennings takes a perfectly nice red-headed woman and turns her into a cougar. "What do these animals want?" the man says. "Once upon a time that Continued on page 8 [[end left page]] [[start right page]] [[advertisement]] [[image: photo of Robert Morley]] We'll take good care of you to Britain. Europe. The World. British airways BOAC and BEA London Show Tour $399 from New York. Roundtrip airfare 7 nights lodging with bath & continental breakfast 4 theatre tickets Tour of London Car for a day Shopping discount Restaurant discou Nightclub & pub disc Tea party Casino mem Free guide b Of course this bargain price is subject to a number of conditions. For all the details you must read our "Holidays in Britain and Europe" brochure. It's in glorious color. Fill out the coupon and we'll send it to you. Or call your Travel Agent. British Airways, Box 1525, Dept. 181-1711 New York, N.Y. 10019 Tel. (212) 687-1600 Please send me your brochure Holidays in Britain and Europe. Name___________________________ Address________________________ City____________ State____________ Zip_______ My Travel Agent is _________________
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