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OPENING NIGHT: MARCH 24, 1993
PLYMOUTH THEATRE
A Shubert Organization Theatre
Gerald Shoenfeld, Chairman 
Bernard B. Jacobs, President
STEPPENWOLF THEATRE COMPANY
RANDALL ARNEY STEPHEN EICH ALBERT POLAND
SUSAN LIEDERMAN BETTER CERF HILL
in association with MAURICE ROSENFIELD
present
THE STEPPENWOLF THEATRE COMPANY PRODUCTION
of
THE SONG OF JACOB ZULU
by
TUG YOURGRAU
Original Music by LADYSMITH BLACK MAMBAZO
Original Lyrics by TUG YOURGRAU and LADYSMITH BLACK MAMBAZO
directed by ERIC SIMONSON
featuring LADYSMITH BLACK MAMBAZO
GERRY BECKER
PAT BOWIE 
ROBERT BREULER 
DAVID CONNELLY
LEELAI DEMOZ
JABULANI DUBAZANA
K. TODD FREEMAN
ERIKA L. HEARD
DANNY JOHNSON
GARY DEWITT MARSHALL
ABEDNEGO MAZIBUKO
ALBERT MAZIBUKO
GEOPHREY MDLETSHE
ZAKES MOKAE
RUSSEL MTHEMBU
DANIEL ORESKES
INOS PHUNGULA
TANIA RICHARD
BEN SHABALALA
JOCKEY SHABALALA
JOSEPH SHABALALA
SETH SIBANDA
ALAN WILDER
NICHOLAS CROSS WODTKE
CEDRIC YOUNG
Scenic Design KEVIN RIGDON
Costume Design ERIN QUIGLEY
Lighting Design ROBERT CHRISTEN
Sound Design ROB MILBURN
Production Stage Manager MALCOLM EWEN
Transportation Provided by UNITED AIRLINES
THE SONG OF JACOB ZULU was most recently performed at the Festival of Perth; Perth, Australia. February 23 through March 7, 1993. David Blenkinsop, Festival Director.
The producers wish to acknowledge the support of the Theatre Development Fund.

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