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[[advertisement]]
Marlboro Lights
[[image - color photo of man riding a horse with other horses following]]
[[image - color photo of two packs of cigarettes. First label reads "FILTER CIGARETTES Marlboro LIGHTS LOWERED TAR & NICOTINE". Second label reads "FILTER CIGARETTES Marlboro LIGHTS 100's LOWERED TAR & NICOTINE"]]
The spirit of Marlboro in a low tar cigarette.

┬ęPhilip Morris Inc 1986

10 mg "tar." 0.7 mg nicotine av. per cigarette, FTC Report Feb '85
[[box]] SURGEON GENERAL'S WARNING: Quitting Smoking Now Greatly Reduces Serious Risks to Your Health. [[/box]]
[[/advertisement]]

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BROADWAY THEATRE
[[emblem in circle]] A Shubert Organization Theatre
Gerald Schoenfeld, Chairman 
Bernard B. Jacobs, President
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THE SHUBERT ORGANIZATION
ROGER BERLIND   JEROME MINSKOFF
in association with JONATHAN FARKAS
present
BIG DEAL
Based on the film "Big Deal on Madonna Street"
Starring
CLEAVANT DERRICKS   LORETTA DEVINE
ALAN WEEKS
Featuring
LARRY MARSHALL   ALDE LEWIS, JR.  DESIREE COLEMAN
MEL JOHNSON, JR.   GARY CHAPMAN
VALARIE PETTIFORD   BARBARA YEAGER   BERNARD J. MARSH
and
WAYNE CILENTO   BRUCE ANTHONY DAVIS
Scenery by
PETER LARKIN
Costumes by
PATRICIA ZIPPRODT
Lighting by
JULES FISHER
Orchestrations by
RALPH BURNS
Sound by
ABE JACOB
Hair by
ROMAINE GREENE
Casting by
HOWARD FEUER
Production Stage Manager
PHIL FRIEDMAN
Assistant to the Choreographer
LINDA HABERMAN
Associate Choreographer
CHRISTOPHER CHADMAN
Music Arranged and Conducted by
GORDON LOWRY HARRELL
Executive Producer
JULES FISHER
Written, Directed and Choreographed by
BOB FOSSE
The Producers and Theatre Management are Members of The League of American Theatres and Producers, Inc.

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