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Bonneville SSEi™

Reserved is where you park.
Not how you drive.

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©1994 GM Corp. All rights reserved. Always wear safety belts, even with airbags.

The Pontiac® Bonneville SSEi is engineered for enthusiastic performance. Inspired and technologically advanced, it is a car uniquely fitted to the driver. SSEi's design bridges the Atlantic, incorporating the best from both Europe and America. From its 225-horsepower supercharged V6 to its sumptuous available leather seating areas, SSEi rewards you with a feeling of sophisticated power. And exciting refinement.

More horsepower than a BMW 525i and more torque than the Lexus LS 400.* ABS and dual airbags are standard. Bonneville® grips the road with available Traction Control and Computer Command Ride adjustable suspension system. You could spend thousands more on a driving sedan of this caliber. But why?

Call 1-800-2PONTIAC for complete information.

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[[image - logo®]] PONTIAC BONNEVILLE

PONTIAC CARES with a 3-year/36,000-mile no-deductible bumper-to-bumper limited warranty, plus free 24-hour Roadside Assistance and Courtesy Transportation.
See your dealer for details. *Based on MSRP of comparably equipped 1994 BMWi and Lexus LS 400 models. 



Magic Flute in Florence. Regional: Hapgood at Lincoln Center, Twelve Dreams and Merrily We Roll Along (three times), The Elvis Tribute on Pay-Per View and A Christmas Carol at the Paramount. The former Design Director of Esquire Magazine, she has produced "Words on Fire" for PBS and two fine daughters.

SAGE MARIE CARTER (Projection Design). Since her initial foray into theatre as a projection coordinator for The Who's Tommy (Broadway), Miss Carter has continued as a designer and associate designer. Associate credits include Psychoderelict (Pete Townshend concert tour), Night and Her Stars (South Coast Rep), Sally Marr and Her Escorts (Broadway), Merrily We Roll Along (St. Peter's Church), Hapgood (Lincoln Center) and A Christmas Carol (Paramount). She designed projections for Cakewalk (A.R.T.). Many thanks to Wendall Harrington and Bo Eriksson.

BAIKIDA CARROLL (Composer/Arranger) is a highly pivotal figure in the music world. He has written scores that have distinguished theatre, dance, TV, film and concerts for three decades. His music has been heard at major forums throughout the world including Carnegie Hall, Kennedy Center, Walker Art, New York Town Hall, New York Shakespeare Festival, McCarter Theatre, Asolo Theater, Le Grande Palais (Paris), The Belgium Opera, La MaMa, Corcoran Gallery, Crossroads, The Berlin Opera, Chicago Art Museum, and the JVC, Heritage and Montreux Jazz Festivals. His theatre work includes Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, King Lear, Miss Julie, Legacies, The Mighty Gents, for colored girls who have considered suicide when the rainbow is enuf, The Illusion and Betsey Brown. As a musician he has performed and/or recorded with such artists as Patti LaBelle, Albert King, Sam and Dave, Little Milton, Dr. John, Julius Hemphill, Oliver Nelson, Jay McShann, Jack DeJohnette, Oliver Lake, David Murray, Ike and Tina Turner, June Jordan, Amiri Baraka, Avery Brooks, and Dewey Redman. Mr. Carroll is the recipient of numerous awards including fellowships from Meet the Composer, the Musicians Foundation, the Internationale Cite Des Arts (Paris), and the National Endowment for the Arts.

MARTIN GOLD (Production Stage Manager). Broadway credits include Sally Marr and Her Escorts, The Red Shoes, Camelot, Shimada, Catskills on Broadway, Fiddler on the Roof, Fences, Pygmalion, Hay Fever, The Odd Couple (female version), International Music Stars, Sophisticated Ladies, Tricks of the Trade, A Chorus Line, Molly, Voices, Solitaire/Double Solitaire, Story Theatre, Metamorphosis, Les Blancs, The Chinese and Dr. fish, Buck White, Jimmy Shine, You Know I Can't Hear You When the Water's Running, Gilbert Becaud on Broadway, The World of Charles Aznavour, Blues for Mr. Charlie and Stop

(212) 563-2999 (BWAY) For the latest on Broadway and Off-Broadway shows, call The Broadway Line. Presented by the League of American Theatres and Producers. Call now for: •Brief show descriptions •Ticket prices and availability •Theater locations
©1992 The League of American Theatres and Producers
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