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McLaine, Mary Martin, Martha Raye, Gwen Verdon and Goldie Hawn. This is a long step from Siberia to "Steam Heat."

DAVID GUTHRIE (Designer) is a former performer who served as production assistant to Oliver Smith for over 13 years on more than 150 shows. He designed over 100 industrials and T.V. Commercials, produces and directs fashion extravaganzas with David Carter. The staged and designed the annual Coty American Fashion Critics Awards and in November they will stage and design a fashion spectacular at Versailles, France. Mr. Guthrie has designed Different Times and Seventeen, Now for Broadway.

JOHN GLEASON (Lighting) was Resident Lighting Designer for the Repertory Theater at Lincoln Center from 1967 through their production of A Streetcar Named Desire. He was also lighting designer for the Shakespeare Festivals at Stratford, Connecticut and Stratford, Ontario. Among his Broadway credits are Tony Richardson's production of Hamlet, Lovers and Other Strangers, The Great White Hope, We Bombed in New Haven, Two by Two and The Women. His work can be seen currently in Lorelei starring Carol Channing and in Veronica's Room. Mr. Gleason teaches Advanced Stage Lighting at N.Y.U.

JOYCE BROWN (Musical Director), of West Indian heritage, performed for several years as concert pianist and concert singer and as organist for numerous churches. Desiring to branch out into musical theater work she began conducting for such a leading nightclub performers as Joyce Brandt, Diahann Carroll, Leslie Uggams, and Anita Ellis. She has done musical arrangements for shows at the Dunes and Thunderbird in Las Vegas and the Latin Quarter in New York. She was Musical Director for the National Company of Bye Bye Birdie, and for Golden Boy starring Sammy Davis, Jr. in New York. She was Assisting Musical Director for Hallelujah Baby! and Musical Director for Purlie. Immediately prior to joining The Pajama Game she served as Musical Director for Raisin at Washington's Arena Theatre.

DON WALKER {Orchestrations) lives on a Bucks County, Pennsylvania farm appropriately named Harmony Hill. He is an alumnus of the University of Pennsylvania and is Broadway's foremost orchestrator, being responsible for the arrangements of more than fifty major musicals, including such hits as Carousel, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Call Me Madam, Pal Joey, Wonderful Town, Damn Yankees, Most Happy Fella, The Music Man, Fiddler on the Roof, Cabaret and What Makes Sammy Run.

BERT WOOD (Producer) has worked as an actor, stage manager, production supervisor or director in over thirty productions covering both the legitimate theatre and the industrial field. He worked as a stage manager on Fiorello, Music Man, Hallelujah, Baby!, Two by Two, Paris is Out, Purlie, I'm Solomon, Odd Couple, King and I, Pal Joey, Inherit the Wind, Come Blow Your Horn, Owl and the Pussycat, Illya, Darling, Guys and Dolls, Carousel, Captain Brasshound's Conversion, Most Happy Fella, and the industrial field of Ford Admiral, A.M.F., Oldsmobile, Dodge.

NELSON PELTZ (Associate Producer) is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Flagstaff Corporation, one of the major institutional food service companies in the United States. Mr. Peltz attended Wharton School of Business and Finance at the University of Pennsylvania. The Pajama Game represents his first venture in the theatre.

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