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ST. JAMES THEATER
OWNED AND OPERATED BY JUJAMCYN THEATERS--SAMUEL H. SCHWARTZ
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DAVID MERRICK
presents
PEARL BAILEY 
in 
HELLO, DOLLY!
Co-starring
CAB CALLOWAY
Book by
MICHAEL STEWART
Music and Lyrics by
JERRY HERMAN
Based on the Original Play by Thornton Wilder

with 
EMILY YANCY
SHERRIE PEACHES BREWER   WINSTON DeWITT HEMSELY    EDLOE
MABEL KING    MORGAN FREEMAN    ROGER LAWSON
and 
JACK CROWDER
Settings Designed by OLIVER SMITH Costumes by FREDDY WITTOP
Lighting by JEAN ROSENTHAL Dance and Incidental Music Arrangements by PETER HOWARD
Musical Direction by SAUL SCHECHTMAN Orchestrations by PHILIP J. LANG

Production Directed and Choreographed by
GOWER CHAMPION
A DAVID MERRICK and CHAMPION-FIVE INC. PRODUCTION
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