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The Performing Arts Subscription Series-
a rare opportunity
The fact that you are reading this program suggests that you prefer [[italic]] live [[/italic]] entertainment, that special involvement with a performance that is lacking on film, recordings or television. But how many memorable evenings have you missed because tickets were not easily available?
Or perhaps your devotion to one art form has deprived you of rare opportunities to witness historic performances in others. Surely a passion for the theatre would not have led you, in an earlier time, to miss a chance to see a Caruso or Paderewski--nor a love for opera have made you indifferent to a Nijinsky or Barrymore. Like all of us, you want to add to your personal store of treasured occasions.
So consider this. Now--today--[[italic]] these [[/italic]] are the good old days you'll be talking about, thinking about, in the years ahead. And, right now, there are artists performing in New York who offer the same excitement, the same magic, that captivated audiences of earlier generations.
That is why we have formed PASS. Not to sell tickets for performances that would be fully sold out in any case, but to make it easier for you to obtain excellent seats at regular prices for unusual occasions. In the future we hope to extend our offer to other events of equal merit. For now, we urge you to act promptly as orders will be filled in order of receipt.
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[[bold]] Feel good about your taste. [[/bold]]
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[[bold]] Ah...but what of your judgment? [[/bold]]
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And, being a 1975 model, it has Chevrolet's new Efficiency System.
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You can distinguish the car with styling and character, from the car with styling only.
When a car makes you feel good about its looks, that's styling.
But when it makes you feel good about yourself, that's character.
See for yourself. At your Chevrolet dealer's.
Monte Carlo, 1975.
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