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Patrons continued

Mark & Lillian Banchik
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Barbanell
Virginia Bayer
Helene Berger
Judy & Howard Berkowitz
Jed W. Bernstein
The Edith C. Blum Foundation
Carolyn & Kenneth Brody
Christopher Cacace/Rosenberg, Newirth & Kuchner
Douglass Campbell
Kathleen Clark & Richard Frankel
Barbara & Arnold Cohen
Marshall & Jean Cohen
Mary L. Conway
Mrs. Daniel Cowin
Loyd & Linda Crawley
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph F. Cullman, 3rd
David Day
Barbara de Portago
Paul & Kathie Dixon
Kevin & Janet Dolan
Cory & Bob Donnalley
Dramatists Play Service
Howard Ellins
The Armand G. Erpf Fund
Michael Field
Stephen Flaherty
Arthur & Susan Fleischer
The Friars Foundation
Stephen & Barbara Friedman
Frieda & Roy Furman
Malcolm Gibbs Foundation, Inc.
Melissa M. Gibbs
William & Charmaine Gibson
David & Nancy Gluck
The Gottesman Fund
Ralph Guild/Interep
A. R. Gurney
Mr. & Mrs. John H. Gutfreud
Peter Hedges & Susan Bruce
J. Tomilson Hill
Joseph C. Hipius
Barry Kaplan
Helene & Mark Kaplan
David I Karabell
Beverly Karp Foundation
Gerald & Jane Katcher
Jane & Robert Katz
Bicky & George Kellner
Jerome & Norma Kessler
Douglas Kesten
Frederick & Sharon Klingenstein Fund
Jay Kriegel & Kathryn McAuliffe
Laura S. Langford
The Estée Lauder Companies
Jack Lawrence
Paul & Linda Lee
James P. & Emily H. Levin
Betty & John Levin Fund
R. Jarrett & Maria Teresa Lilien
Ken Lipper
Ambassador John L. Loeb, Jr.
R.H. Macy & Co., Inc.
Mannesman Corporation
Mr. & Mrs. James S. Marcus
Mr. H. Robert Marcus & Ms. Audrey Flack
Alexandra Martin
Joseph & Mary Ann Mattone
Joyce & Robert Menschel
Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Mercy, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Ricardo Mestres, Jr.
Anne Parker Mills & James Hanbury
Norman & Marcia Mintz
Niclas Nagler
Liz & Gus Oliver
Steve Olsen
The Overbrook Foundation
Joseph Perella 
Richard Ravitch
Douglas P. Reetz
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph H. Reich
Bonnie & Richard Reiss
Rebecca Robertson & Byron Knief
Daniel & Joanna Rose
The Richard & Hinda Rosenthal Foundation
Pat & John Rosenwald
Laura & James J. Ross
Kari Lyn & Andrew Sabin
Mrs. Susan Samson & Mr. Earl Samson
Mr. & Mrs. Irwin Schloss
Ruth & Julian Schroeder
Axel & Sara Lee Schupf
Mr & Mrs. Richard J. Schwartz
SFX Theatrical Group
Arthur T. Shorin
The Shubert Organization, Inc.
Michael Sivy
Alan B. Slifka
Joanne L. Smith
Raymond Smith & Phyllis Goldstein
Leila & Melville Straus
The Sulzberger Foundation
Morton Swinsky
Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Tarr
Jonathan M. Tisch
Laurence & Billie Tisch
Thomas J. & Alice M. Tisch
Jean & Raymond Troubh
Diane & Tom Tuft
Varnum de Rose Trust
John L. Vogelstein
Mary J. Wallach
George Weissman
Ira Wender
Duane Wilder
William Morris Agency
Francis H. Williams
Matt Williams
Wolfensohn Family Foundation

DONORS ($500-999)
Joan Battagua
Jane Bayard
Mr. & Mrs. John Beinecke
Rodney & Elizabeth Berens
William Bernhard & Catherine Cahill
Andrew & Felicia Blum
James & Adele Botticelli
Robert & Catherine Brawer
Eric Bregman & Arlene Slavin
Janet Caldwell
Renate Kurowski Cardello
Andre Christopher
Douglas Cramer
Eva Davis
Connie & Yves de Balmann
Raymond Debbane
Christopher Durang
Brian Flanagan
Four Star Lighting
Barry Friedberg & Charlotte Moss
Louis & Patrice Friedman
Cathy & Stephen Graham
The Gramercy Park Foundation
Mr. & Mrs. Charles T. Harris III
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Healy
Ruth Houghton
Sally Huxley
Michael Iovenko & Nancy Newhouse
Carl Jacobs
Joan Jacobs
Mr. & Mrs. Steven M. Jacobson
Lynne Kaiser
Ellen & Howard C. Katz
Tom Kearns
Benjamin Kolbert
Frank Lake
James Lapine & Sarah Kernochan
Elizabeth Lewis
Lutz & Carr
Angelo Mangia
Lester & Dinny Morse
Charles O'Connell
Pamela and Edward S. Pantzer
Hal & Judy Prince
Frank Quatromani
Marc S. Rauch & Lisa Anderson
Rosita Sarnoff
Susan H. Schulman
Mr. & Mrs. Martin E. Segal
Rosemary Serno
Jack Silver
Joseph Smith & Leslie Hendrix
Ruth Stanton
Henry F. Steele
Robert & Shirin Trainer
Alfred F. Uhry
Heather Ungar
Drs. B. & E. Wainfeld
Alan Warshow
Harris A. Weinstein

list complete as of 5/23/00
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Playwrights Horizons wishes to gratefully acknowledge the following individuals who have earmarked their gifts directly to THE BUBBLY BLACK GIRL SHEDS HER CHAMELEON SKIN. Everyone involved with the show thanks these donors for their generosity and enthusiastic support of this production.

Reuben & Arlene Mark
Joseph & Diane Steinberg

We encourage you to patronize the following establishments and organizations who have generously contributed gifts of goods or services to Playwrights Horizons:

Agents Advantage
Ayers Percussion
The Chase Manhattan Corporation
Ernst & Young, LLP
Great Performances
Manhattan Tower Florist
Material for the Arts, DCA
The Printing Store
Sakonnet Vieyards
Joseph E. Seagram & Sons, Inc.
Time Warner Inc.
The West Bank Cafe
Wilner Advertising

Playwrights Horizons' family of donors plays an integral role in the life of our theater. We acknowledge their generosity with the benefits listed below:

FRIENDS ($100 - 499)
Acknowledgement in our Mainstage Lobby
Discounts at neighborhood restaurants
Discounts on garage parking
Discounts in the lobby gifr shop
Subscription to Mainstage Bulletin

DONORS ($500 - 999)
All of the above plus:
Acknowledgement in PLAYBILL
Advance notice of special events
Year-in-review publication

PATRONS ($1,000 - 2,499)
All of the above plus:
One pair of tickets to all Mainstage and New Theater Wing plays & musicals
10% off 2 additional Mainstage tickets
Dedicated ticket hotline
House seats- always the best seats in the theater

SUSTAINING PATRONS ($2,500 and above)
All of the above plus:
Invitations to selected play readings
Access to additional discounted house seats (subject to availability)
Invitations to selected opening night celebrations
Seat naming opportunity available

For more information on donating to Playwrights Horizons, please call Jill Garland, Director of Development, at (212)564-1235 ext. 120.

Space restricts us from acknowledging every donation, in particular the hundreds of subscribers who include a gift with their subscription.
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