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July 1978

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6.  HOW B'WAY UNWINDS by Bernard Carragher
Eartha Kitt reads Plato, Barnard Hughes cooks and Liza Minelli likes working the lights at Studio 54.

favorite restaurants of favorite stars

10. USHERETTES by David Trainer
most have been in the business a long time and have one thing in common – they love the theatre

12. THEATRE QUIZ by Anna Sosenko
a nostalgic picture quiz

14. ON A PERSONAL BIAS by Bernice Peck
on eyelash-dyeing, quips and quotes, odds & a few ends

including cast information, photographs, who's who, credits

photographs of tonight's production

for a walking tour of Times Square

over 100 restaurants and nightclubs

offstage photographs of stage stars

ARTHUR T. BIRSH – publisher
JOAN ALLEMAN RUBIN – editor-in-chief
MARIA THOMPSON – administrative assistant
CATHERINE MCGAHAN – administrative assistant
LEO LERMAN – senior editor
THOMAS A. STEINFELD – national sales director
L. ROBERT CHARLES – general sales director
ELAINE KLEIN – director of special sales
IRV WINICK – restaurant and entertainment sales
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. 1978.  All rights reserved.  PLAYBILL® is a registered trademark of American Theatre Press, Inc.


Citibank Master Charge saves you 50% at these fine restaurants.

110 East 14th St.

Steer Palace
7th Avenue Entrance to Madison Square Garden

Toots Shor
6th Ave. & 52nd St.
46 East 43rd St.
233 W. 33rd St.

5th Ave. & 34th St. (Empire State Building)

Broadway at 41st St.

Auto Pub
General Motors Building 5th Ave. at 59th St.

The White Turkey
Madison Avenue & 38th St.

Denise Darcel's Cafe Coco**
555 7th Avenue 39th St.

42nd St. & Lexington Ave.

Londonderry Pub**
99 Park Ave. 39th St.
134 W. 51st St.

The Crowing Cock**
46 E. 46th St.
40th St. & 3rd Ave.

Story Towne Jazz Club
58th St. East of Madison

393 7th Ave. 32nd St.
417 5th Ave. 38th St.
Madison Ave. 58th St.

Chicago Restaurants**
4 Park Ave.
1775 Broadway
7 East 40th St.
12-14 Vanderbilt
770 Second Ave.
22 Court St., Brooklyn

The Brewery
139 W. 50th St. (7th Ave.)*
85 E. 45th St. (Pan Am Building.)**

* Closed Sunday
** Closed Saturday and Sunday

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