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PLAYBILL®
THE NATIONAL THEATRE MAGAZINE
May 1986 Vol. 86 No. 5

2. At This Theatre
8. Playbill Celebrates The Tonys
10. Winners' Winners by Harry Haun
20. Beginners' Luck by Louis Botto
24. A Theatregoer's Notebook by Rebecca Morehouse
28. Dear Playbill by Louis Botto
31. ONSTAGE
51. Theatre Scenes
54. Celebrity Choice by Bob Edison
56. Fashion Forecast by Bernadine Morris
60. On A Personal Bias by Bernice Peck
62. White Nights...and days by Anne Anable
66. Hot Tickets
68. Remarkable Robbins by Sheryl Flatow
70. Notes From The League
71. Playbill Dining and Entertainment Guide

Joan Alleman, editor-in-chief
Louis Botto senior editor
Norma Adler program editor
Judy Samelson, managing editor

L. Robert Charles, general sales director
Thomas A. Steinfeld national sales director
Elaine Klein special sales director
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Arthur T. Birsh, publisher
Gary Pearce director graphic services
Russell Cannizzaro comptroller
Neil M. Babitch ass't to publisher
Lewis Cole asst. comptroller

PLAYBILL® is a registered trademark of Playbill Incorporated © Copyright 1986. Reproduction in whole or part without permission is prohibited. Licensed Theatre Editions: Boston, Florida and Philadelphia/Baltimore. New York edition of Playbill is published by Playbill Incorporated, 71 Vanderbilt Ave., New York, N.Y. 10169. 212-557-5757. President & Treasurer: Arthur T. Birsh; Secretary: Russell Cannizzaro. Printed in U.S.A.
PLAYBILL® - The National Magazine of the Theatre, available monthly to subscribers for $18 per year (U.S.); $21 (outside U.S.). Opening Night service, current and back issues available. Inquire for details. 

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