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[[image of 4 men standing behind a grocery display of foods, mostly fruits and vegetables]]
For growing companies like Gourmet Garage, Chase brings more to the table.
"We give our customers the best food in the world at a fair price," says co-founder and CEO Andrew Arons. "It's a lot like Chase's attitude to our business."

Chase has worked with Gourmet Garage since its earliest days helping the company expand the Soho store and open two new stores.

"Our success could not have happened without Chase," says John Gottfried. "Chase has been our partner.

Our trade sources all over the world can call our Relationship Manager directly for credit references. That's service."

What does your bank bring to the table? From loans and investments to 401(k)s and international trade, Chase satisfies your appetite for growth.

[[logo]] CHASE [[/logo]]
THE RIGHT RELATIONSHIP IS EVERYTHING. [[R registered trademark symbol]]
[[C copyright symbol]] 1999 The Chase Manhattan Bank, Member FDIC.
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Ensemble: Franz C. Alderfer, Ana Maria Andricain, Michael Babin, Brent Black, Donna Dunmire, André Garner, Lovette George, Rosena M. Hill, Kim Huber, Mark Lotito, Joy Lynn Matthews, Michael McCormick, Janet Metz, Monique Midgette, Peter Samuel, Jim Weaver

Assistant Stage Managers...Alexis Shorter, Casey Aileen Rafter

Understudies never substitute for listed players unless a specific announcement for the appearance is made at the time of the performance.
For Valets and Messrs. St. Vinson & Archambeau-Franz C. Alderfer; for Helena, Daughters-Ana Maria Andricain; for McMahon-Michael Babin; for Dante, Bartender-Brent Black; for Paris-André Garner; for Beatrice-Lovette George; for Lisette-Rosena M. Hill; for Mother-Joy Lynn Matthews; for Gates-Michael McCormick; for Magdalena-Janet Metz; for Maids-Monique Midgette; for Leary-Peter Samuel; for Jean-Jim Weaver; for Prisoners-Lovette George, Joy Lynn Matthews, Monique Midgette.
Time moves from present to past, or to future

A Prison
1894. A park on Lake Pontchartrain, outside of New Orleans. Marie Christine's home on Mandolin Street in New Orleans and its interiors, as well as its  garconniere and ballroom. A pier.

"Before the Morning"   Women
"Mamzell' Marie"...Company
"Ton Grandpere est le Soleil"...Marie Christine's Mother
"Beautiful"...Marie Christine
"Way Back to Paradise"...Marie Christine & Lisette
"To Find a Lover"...Marie Christine & Company

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