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SUSAN MADDEN SAMSON (Associate Producer): Hide and Seek on Broadway; Coming Attractions Off-Broadway; Board of Directors, Playwrights Horizons. JOHNATHAN FARKAS (Associate Producer). Broadway credits: Crimes of the Heart, Nine, My One and Only, Noises Off, La Cage aux Folles, The Rink. He serves on: NY State Business Council, Mayor's Environmental Council and Statue of Liberty Centennial Commission. RUTH MITCHELL (Executive Producer) has been associate producer on 21 Prince shows, assisted him on Evita and Sweeney Todd, was executive producer of the N.Y. West Side Story revival and associate director of the London production. SAM CROTHERS (Executive Producer) is managerial partner at Producer Circle, co-produced Foxfire, was associate producer on March of the Falsettos, Sweeney Todd and On the Twentieth Century and co-produced the revival of Father's Day. Information in "Who's Who in the Cast" is provided by the production. When opinions are expressed, they are those of the players, not necessarily those those of PLAYBILL Magazine. OPENING NIGHT, APRIL 16, 1985 "FROM AN IDEA BY ALAN HANDLEY AND BOB WYNN" Our Thanks to Joey Faye for his expertise in The World of Burlesque SOUND BY OTTS MUNDERLOH STAFF FOR "GRIND" GENERAL MANAGER ..... THEATRE NOW, INC. RALPH ROSEMAN PRESS REPRESENTATIVE ...... MARY BRYANT Company Manager ....... Sally Campbell Stage Manager .......... Richard Evans Assistant Stage Manager ... William Kirk Dance Captain .......... Dwight Baxter Assistant Conductor ....... Tom Fay Drummer to Mr. Gemignani .. Mike Berkowitz Rehearsal Pianist ......... Wayne Green Advance Carpenter ......... Fred Feller Production Carpenter ...... Theodore G. Wondsell III Flyman ............... Steve Williams Winchman ........ Joe Sabo Production Electrician..... Ron Annas Asst. Electricians .... Jim Werkowski, Pat Cheeseman Production Electrician ..... James Maloney Master Electrician .... Ron Annas Asst. Electricians ... Jim Werkowski, Pat Cheeseman Production Propertyman .... George Green Master Propertyman ... Abe Einhorn Sound Engineer ..... David Gotwald Wardrobe Supervisor .... Stephanie Edwards Assistant Wardrobe Supervisor .... Bud Coleman Hairdresser ... Charles Lo Presto Assistant to Mr. Roseman ... Suzanne Golden Press Assistant ....... Glen Gary Secretary to Mr. Prince ... Grace Mizrahi Music Preparation Supervisors .. Mathilde Pincus, Vic Jarowey Legal Counsel ..... Frank Weissberg Advertising Rep. ..... Serino, Coyne & Nappi, Nancy Coyne Production Office assistant .. Pamela Boruski Production Photographer .... Martha Swope Insurance ....... Johnson & Higgins Production Accountant ... Esta R. Beckerman Assistant to Mr. Greenblatt and Mr. Pomerantz ......... Alice Greenblatt Assistants to Mr. Richards .... Emily J. Davis, Barbara Ensling Assistant to Mr. Frazier ..... Barbara Cartwright Auditors ...... Salibello & Broder Merchandising .... Omicron Production Services Corp., Don Marks Production Co-ordinator to Mr. Prince ... Arlene Caruso Assistant to Mr. Dunham .... Philip Graneto Personal Assistant to Mr. Dunham .... Barbara T. Dunham Set Graphics ..... Rand Angelicola Assistants to Ms. Klotz .... Richard Snissler, Arnold Levine Associate Lighting Designer .... Jason Kantrowitz Assistant to Mr. Billington .... Tom Sturge Observers .... Airen Berg, David Cady, Steve Marzullo, Luke Yankee CREDITS Scenery constructed by Theatre Techniques, Automation by Feller Precision, Inc:, Lighting by Four Star Stage Lighting, Century of Progress costumes executed by Izquierdo Studio Ltd., Hats by Woody Shelp, Shoes by G. Banks Theatrical Shoes, Montana Leatherworks Inc. and Capezio, Panaspots and color changes by Morpheus Lights Inc., Wigs by Charles LoPresto, Glassware courtesy of the Anchor Hocking Corp., Paper coffee containers from Sherri Cup Div. Sherwood Industries, Energizer flashlights and batteries from the Battery Products Div., Union Carbide Corp., Louisville Slugger baseball bats from Hillerich & Bradsby, Inc., Baby Ruth and Butterfinger candy, and Bubble Yum bubble gum courtesy of Life Savers, Inc., div. Nabisco Brands, Inc., Coca-Cola courtesy of the Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of N.Y., Inc., Blue Tip and Rosebud wooden matches from the Ohio Match Co., Sound Equipment supplied by Sound Associates, Inc., Recordings by Big Apple Studios, Bicycle by Midtown Bicycles; Cigarette lighters courtesy of Colibri. Costumes executed by Barbara Matera, Ltd. [[image: Actors' Equity logo]] THE ACTORS AND STAGE MANAGERS EMPLOYED IN THIS PRODUCTION ARE MEMBERS OF ACTORS' EQUITY ASSOCIATION, THE UNION OF PROFESSIONAL ACTORS AND STAGE MANAGERS IN THE UNITED STATES. WARNING The photographing or sound recording of any performance or the possession of any device for such photographing or sound recording inside this theatre, without the written permission of the management, is prohibited by law. Violations may be punished by ejection and may render the offender liable for money damages. FIRE NOTICE: The exit indicated by a red light and sign nearest to the seat you occupy is the shortest route to the street. In the event of fire or other emergency please do not run - WALK TO THAT EXIT. Thoughtless persons annoy patrons and endanger the safety of others by lighting matches or smoking in prohibited areas during the performances and intermissions. This violates a City ordinance and is punishable by law. Joseph E. Spinnato - FIRE COMMISSIONER The Mark Hellinger is a Nederlander Theatere. Other Nederlander Theatres in New York: The BROOKS ATKINSON (245-3430) AREN'T WE ALL The 46th STREET THEATRE (221-1211) BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS The GERSHWIN (586-6510) SINGIN' IN THE RAIN The LUNT-FONTANNE (575-9200) The MINSKOFF (869-0550) THE TAP DANCE KID The NEDERLANDER (921-8000) The NEIL SIMON (757-8646) BILOXI BLUES The PALACE (757-2626) LA CAGE AUX FOLLES General Manager ..... Arthur Rubin Theatre Insured by Walsh and Walsh. 46 [[end page]] [[start page]] How many of these shows have you seen? THE LONGEST RUNNING SHOW IN B'WAY HISTORY BEST MUSICAL 1976 TONY & PULITZER PRIZE WINNER A CHORUS LINE Mon.-Sat. 8 PM, Wed. & Sat. 2 PM; All performances $45, 40, 30. Tele-charge: (212) 239-6200. (24 hrs. a day 7 Days a Week) Mail Orders: P.O. Box 998, N.Y., N.Y. 10108. GROUPS: (212) 398-8383/598-7107. Also at Ticketron. SHUBERT THEATRE, 225 W. 44th St., 239-6200. [[line]] "A SHEER PLEASURE!" - Kerr, Times -Lyons, WPIX-TV, CBS Radio LIMITED ENGAGEMENT - NOW, THRU JULY 21 REX HARRISON CLAUDETTE COLBERT LYNN REDGRAVE GEORGE ROSE JEREMY BRETT AREN'T WE ALL? Directed by CLIFFORD WILLIAMS Tues.-Sat. 8; Mats. Wed. & Sat. 2, Sun. 3. Chargit: 944-9300, 24 hrs., 7 days a week. Ticketworld: 888-9000, Groups: 398-8383 *BROOKS ATKINSON THEATRE, 256 W. 47th St. 719-4099. [[line]] KEVIN KLINE RAUL JULIA GLENNE HEADLY in GEORGE BERNARD SHAW'S ARMS AND THE MAN Directed by JOHN MALKOVICH Call TELE-CHARGE: 212-239-6200 (24 hrs., 7 days) Group Sales: 212-307-2719 Also at Ticketron Tues.-Sat. Evgs. at 8; Mats. Wed. & Sat. at 2, Sun. at 3 *CIRCLE IN THE SQUARE THEA., 50th St. W. of B'way. [[line]] NOMINATED 3 TONY AWARDS including BEST PLAY WINNER BEST PLAY - DRAMA DESK Call Tele-Charge (212) 239-6200 24 hrs. a day. 7 days a week. AS IS Mon.-Sat. 8: $30, 25. Mats. Wed. & Sat. at 2: $25, 20 & 15 Groups: 239-6262 Also at Ticketron *LYCEUM THEATRE, 149 W. 45 St. N.Y. 10036. WINNER OF 7 1985 DRAMA DESK AWARDS NOMINATED FOR 10 1985 TONY AWARDS including BEST MUSICAL "THE BEST MUSICAL OF THE SEASON!" -Brendan Gill, The New Yorker BIG RIVER The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn A New Musical Play Tues.-Sat. at 8; Mats. Wed. & Sat. at 2, Sun. at 3. TELETRON: (212) 947-5850 - 24 Hrs../7 Days. Also at Ticketron GROUPS (212) 398-8383. EUGENE O'NEILL THEATRE, 230 W. 49th St. (212) 246-0220. [[line]] BEST PLAY 1985 TONY AWARD NOMINEE WINNER! BEST PLAY 1985 OUTER CRITICS' CIRCLE AWARD MATTHEW BRODERICK in NEIL SIMON'S BILOXI BLUES directed by GENE SAKS Call Chargit: (212) 944-9300 Groups: (212) 757-8646 TicketWorld: (212) 888-9000 Mon.-Sat. at 8, Mats. Wed. & Sat. at 2 *NEIL SIMON THEATRE, 250 W. 52nd St. N.Y.C. 10019 (212) 757-8646 [[line]] "IT WILL BECOME A CLASSIC." - Barnes, Post THE BEST PLAY OF THE SEASON! 1983 N.Y. DRAMA CRITICS CIRCLE AWARD NEIL SIMON'S BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS Directed by GENE SAKS Call Chargit: (212) 944-9300 Groups: (212) 221-1211 Tues.-Sat. at 8, Mats. Wed. & Sat. at 2, Sun. at 3 *46th St. THEA., 226 W. 46th St. N.Y.C. (212) 221-1211. [[line]] BEST MUSICAL 1983 7 TONY AWARDS 1983 OUTER CRITICS CIRCLE AWARD OUTSTANDING MUSICAL GRAMMY WINNER BEST CAST SHOW ALBUM THE ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER/T.S. ELIOT INTERNATIONAL AWARD-WINNING MUSICAL CATS NOW AND FOREVER Mon.-Sat. at 8, Mats. Wed. & Sat. at 2. CALL TELE-CHARGE TODAY (212) 239-6200 24 Hours a Day 7 Days a Week GROUP SALES: (212) 239-6262 Also at Ticketron. *WINTER GARDEN THEATRE, 50th St. & B'way. *Indicates shows equipped with Infrared Listening System. [[advertisement]] One Shubert Alley Broadway [[image: comedy and tragedy masks]] New York FREE COLOR CATALOG BEAUTIFUL & EXCITING THEATRICAL GIFT SELECTIONS. Broadway and all of show business at your fingertips. Easy to use order form included. 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