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WHO'S WHO IN THE CAST Space Theatre Experiment. He was the recipient of the Villager Award for sound design in 1982 and is very happy to have the opportunity to be working with both Mr. Ernotte and the Vineyard on both the original production of Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill and the move to the Westside Arts Theatre. BAMBI HERRERA (Pepe) made her sage debut in the same role at the Vineyard Theatre. This is her Off-Broadway debut. She wishes to thank her father, Milton, without whom this would not have been possible. THE VINEYARD, now entering its sixth season, is unique among New York cultural institutions, producing drama, musical theatre, opera, jazz and chamber music concerts. Notable past theatre productions include Goblin Market (nominated for eight Drama Desk Awards and cited as one of the 10 best plays of 1985); Brian Friel's Faith Healer; We're Home, with songs by Bob Merril; John Patrick Shanley's Rockaway; and Alec Wilder -- Clues to a Life, (scheduled to open on London's West End in early 1987). The 1985-86 Vineyard Opera season included the American premiere of Donzetti's Gianni Di Pargi, and the American professional premiere of Martin Y Soler's Una Cosa Rara. Our "Vintage Jazz at the Vineyard" radio series was broadcast nationally by American Public Radio last year, and 13 new one-hour programs are now being readied for broadcast, In the fall of 1987, The Vineyard, currently located in an intimate chamber theatre at 309 East 26th Street, will open a new, larger facility in Zeckendorf Towers on Union Square. We are very grateful to William Zeckendorf, Jr., and 14th Street Union Square Associates for donating this new flexible theatre space, A $1 million capital fundraising drive is now underway to pay for the construction of the new theatre. [[Footnote]] Information in "Who's Who in the Cast" is provided by the production. Where opinions are expressed, they are those of the platers, not necessarily those of the PLAYBILL Magazine. Staff for "Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill" General Manager .. Leonard A. Mulhern General Press Representatives Bruce Cohen/Kathleen Von Schmid Associate General Manager James Hannah Production Stage Manager .. Crystal Huntington Stand by Musical Director ......... Neal Tate Master Electrician ............ Stephen Caldwell Scenic Artist .......... Stephen Caldwell Props Supervisor ........... Lane Hurwitz Production Coordinator ....... Susan Wilder Wardrobe Supervisor ....... Deborah Natoli Assistant to Ms. Stockdale .. Andrew Beauchamp Legal Counsel .... Nancy Heller, Peck & Heller Steven Mark, Mark & Phillips Advertising ......... Attisano-Levine, Inc. Insurance ...... Dewitt, Stern Gutmann & Co. Debra Kozee Accountant ... Mann Judd Landau Pinto, Wnokur & Pagano Theatrical Accounting Group Photographer ....... Martha Swope, Carol Rosegg Billie Holiday Photo ..... William P. Gottlieb Dog Owner / Trainer ...... Milton Herrera Press Assistant ...... Naomi Cahn-Pewter Credits Scenery constructed by The Theatre Machine, Peterson, N.J.; Sculptured figures by Stephen Caldwell and Lane Hurwitz; Billie Holiday photo by William P. Gottlieb; Lighting equipment supplied by Bash Theatrical Lighting Co., Inc.; Sound equipment supplied by Full House Production, Inc. Special Thanks Dick Sudhalter, Helen Merril, Bill Craver, Bob Cole, Don Buchwald, Paul Martino, Murphy Terrell, Mark Herdter, Schmidt's Beer, Night Gallery, William Gottlieb, Jan Hinman, Leonard Kolleeny. "Baby Doll" by Bessie Smith (c) 1927 Empress Music, Inc. (c) Renewal exclusively 1955 Empress Music, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Used by permission of Frank Music Corp. "Crazy He Calls Me" by Bob Russell and Carl Sigman. Copyright by Major Songs Co. and Harrison Music Corp. All Rights Reserved. Used by permission. "Deep Song" by Douglas Cross and George Cory. Published by Northern Music Co. All Rights Reserved. Used by permission of MCA Music, a Div. of MCA, Inc. "Easy Livin'" by Robin and Ralinger. Published by Famous Music Corp. All Rights Reserved. Used with the permission of Chappell & Co., Inc. and Intersong -- USA, Inc. "Gimme a Pigfoot (And a Bottle of Beer)" by Wesley Wilson. Published by Norhtern Music Co. All Rights Reserved. Used by permission of MCA Music, a Div. of MCA, Inc. "God Bless the Child" by Arthur Herzog, Jr. & Co. Copyright renewed. All Rights Reserved. Used by permission. "I Wonder Where Our Love Has Gone" by Woodrow Johnson. All Rights Reserved. Used by permission of the publisher MUSIC SALES CORP. "Strange Fruit" by Lewis Allan. (c) 1939 -- Edward B. Marks Music Co. Copy-right renewed. All Rights Reserved. Used by permission. "T'Aint Nobody's Biz-ness If I Do" by Porter Grainger & Everett Robbins. Published by MCA Music, a Div. of MCA, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Used by permission. "Them There Eyes" by Maceo Pinkard, WIlliam Tracy & Doris Tauber. Copyright (c) 1930 by Bourne Co. Copyright renewed. International copyright secured. All Rights 24 [[advertisement]] It happened in 1983. It was a rare and remarkable theatrical experience. Controversial. Provocative. And shocking. Now, two Academy Award-winning actresses make the Pulitzer Prize-winning play the motion picture event of the year. [[Image - photograph of Sissy Spacek and Anne Bancroft]] SISSY SPACEK ANNE BANCROFT 'night Mother An AARON SPELLING Production in association with BLACKBIRD PRODUCTIONS and ALAN GREISMAN 'NIGHT, MOTHER SCREENPLAY BY MARSHA NORMAN BASED ON HER STAGE PLAY MUSIC BY DAVID SHIRE EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS DANN BYCK and DAVID LANCASTER PRODUCED BY AARON SPELLING and ALAN GREISMAN DIRECTED BY TOM MOORE A UNIVERSAL Picture (c)1986 Universal City Studios, Inc. STARTS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12th [[/advertisement]]
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