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and Alan Arkin and was directed by Mike Nichols; Jimmy Shine starred Dustin Hoffman; The Chinese and Dr. Fish; and An American Millionaire with Paul Sorvino, Bob Dishy, Austin Pendleton and Joseph Bova. Off-Broadway he did The Typists and The Tiger starring Wallach and Jackson; Fragments and The Basement with Gene Hackman and James Coco.

DUSTIN HOFFMAN (Director) began his professional career in a Sarah Lawrence College production of Gertrude Stein's Yes Is for a Very Young Man. He made his Broadway debut in A Cook for Mr. General, and followed this as assistant director to Ulu Grosbard on Arthur Miller's A View from the Bridge. His first real break came when he landed the major role in Ronald Ribman's Harry, Noon and Night, next appearing in Mr. Ribman's Journey of the Fifth Horse for which he won the Obie Award. For his next performance, as the cockney plumber in Eh, Mr. Hoffman won the Drama Desk, Theatre World and Vernon Rice Awards as Best Actor of the Year as well as the screen test which eventually led to the role in The Graduate. Subsequent films include Midnight Cowboy, John and Mary (while filming this he starred on Broadway in Murray Schisgal's Jimmy Shine), Little Big Man, Who Is Harry Kellerman And Why Is He Saying Those Terrible Things about Me, Straw Dogs, Alfredo, Alfredo and Papillon. Mr. Hoffman's most recent part is Lenny Bruce in Bob Fosse's Lenny. All Over Town marks his professional directorial debut.

OLIVER SMITH (Scenic Designer) was born in Wisconsin, and studied at the University of Pennsylvania. His association with American Ballet Theatre began in 1944 with his set designs for Fancy Free. Today he is one of the country's foremost scenic designers, having created designs for all branches of the theatre, including designs for the ballets, Fancy Free, Fall River Legend, Les Noces and Swan Lake, for the Broadway musicals My Fair Lady, West Side Story, Hello, Dolly! and the 1973 production of Gigi, and La Traviata for the San Francisco Opera. Mr. Smith has been a director of American Ballet Theatre since 1945.

ALBERT WOLSKY (Costume Designer) just finished designing the costumes for Lenny which stars Dustin Hoffman. His recent credits also include the motion pictures The Gambler, Harry and Tonto, Up the Sandbox, Where's Poppa?, Little Murders and The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter. Among his stage assignments are The Sunshine Boys, Your Own Thing, The Jockey Club Stakes, The Trial of the Catonsville Nine, The White House Murder Case, Little Murders and Generation. He is co-author with Sol Chaneles of The Movie Makers which has just been published.

JOHN GLEASON (Lighting Designer) had been resident lighting designer for the Repertory Theater of Lincoln Center since 1967, lighting 21 Beaumont and 18 Forum productions. He was also lighting designer for the Shakespeare Festivals of Stratford, Connecticut and Stratford, Ontario. Among his Broadway credits are the Nicol Williamson Hamlet, Lovers and Other Strangers, Over Here, Lorelei, Who's Who in Hell, Veronica's Room, The Great White Hope and the revival of The Pajama Game. Mr. Gleason, who teaches advanced stage lighting at N.Y.U., received the Maharam Foundation Theatre Design Award for 1972-73. Mr. Gleason is a charter member of the Thursday Night Gourmet Club.

FRANK MARINO (Production Stage Manager) has been the production stage manager for Mourning Pictures and Warp on Broadway, Mary C. Brown and the Hollywood Sign and Lenny in Los Angeles and Grease on the National Tour. He worked as an Assistant Stage Manager on Jumpers, Lenny and Jesus Christ Superstar on Broadway. This past year, Mr. Marino has worked in the opera world as production stage manager on Prokofiev's War and Peace, Puccini's Gianni Schicchi, Il Tabarro, and La Boheme in Washington and Philadelphia, and Monteverdi's Il Ritorno d'Ulisse in Patria in Washington. Mr. Marino is a charter member of the Thursday Night Gourmet Club.

ADELE HOLZER (Producer) will be remembered by theatre audiences as the producer of last season's award-winning Bad Habits as well as Dude, Where Has Tommy

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Flowers Gone? and for her association with Lenny and Hair. Born in Madrid, she became active in the film world at 18 when she produced an educational film in France as well as another in Spain. Ms. Hoizer holds a Master's Degree in Business Administration and a Ph.D. in philosophy and letters. She arrived in the United States in the mid-fifties and has been associated with a New York based advertising agency and has taught Spanish and Spanish literature at Columbia University. Her first American book, Oui, I Am A Soul was published this past March by Vantage Press, and she has another book being released next spring. She is the mother of two young sons and is married to Peter Holzer, with whom she shares her interest in the theatre and in art collecting. This season Mrs. Holzer is one of the producers of Sherlock Holmes, and is also presenting Terrence McNally's new play, The Ritz.

ALL OVER TOWN OPENED, DECEMBER 29, 1974

STAFF FOR "ALL OVER TOWN"
GENERAL MANAGEMENT....THEATRE NOW, INC. Edward H. Davis, William Court Cohen
GENERAL PRESS REPRESENTATIVE....   MICHAEL ALPERT PUBLIC RELATIONS
Company Manager.... Robb Lady
Press Representatives.....Ellen Levene, Marilynn LeVine
Production Stage Manager..... Frank Marino
Stage Manager..... Ron Abbott
Assistant Stage Manager.....Richard Karron
Production Supervisor.....Mitch Miller
Production Carpenter.....Joe Walters
Production Propertyman....Leo Herbert
Production Electrician.....Peter Miller
Master Electrician.....John Hulbert
Master Propertyman....Liam Herbert
Wardrobe Supervisor.....Ken Gelow
Assistants to Mr. Smith....Jack Brown, David Guthrie
Assistant to Mr. Gleason...Patrika Brown
Assistant to Mr. Hoffman...Theresa Curtin
Hair Design....Paul Huntley
Opera Coach....Colin Romoff
Dialect Coach....Carla Meyer
Yoga Consultants....Dr. Alan Levy, Dick Shea, Levy Shea, Inc.
Press Assistants....Anne Weinberg, Warren Knowlton
Production Assistants....Kim Cruse, Bruce MacCallum
Attorney....Franklin Weissberg,
Colton, Weissberg, Hartnick & Yamin
Insurance....R. A. Boyar
Advertising....Mike Mones, Blaine-Thompson
Accountants....Kozak, Schwartz & Co.
Merchandising....Delta Consultants, Inc.

CREDITS
Set built by Atlas Scenic Studio, Inc. Lighting by Four Star Stage Lighting. Sound by Masque Sound, Inc. Yogurt courtesy of Dannon Yogurt. Luggage and attache cases courtesy of Samsonite Corporation. Lady Pepperell sheets and pillowcases used. Glassware from The Federal Glass Company.  Captain de Tueros cigars used. Martex towels used. Pocket and table lighters from Ronson Corp. Corningware Electric Coffeemaker used. Eyeglass frames by Riviera Eyewear. Countess York pillows used. Pocket secretaries and wallets by Swank. Care*Free Sugarless Chewing Gum from Life Savers, Inc. Office Thermos. Carafe set by King-Seeley Thermos. No. 79 pipe tobacco used. Silver Ice Bucket, Coffee Set and Trays from Michael C. Fina Co. Vellux blankets by Martex. Costumes executed by Eaves Costume Company and Jack Silver Men's Wear. Marlboro Cigarettes used.

THE SHUBERT ORGANIATION
Executive Directors
IRVING GOLDMAN
BERNARD B. JACOBS
GERALD SCHOENFELD

Director of Theatre Operations....WARREN CARO
General Manager.....PHILIP SMITH

Theatre Maintenance
Mohawk Maintenance Co., Inc.
Remco Maintenance Corporation.

Interior Painting by
George Campbell Painting Corp.

House Physician.....Dr. Max L. Kamen

It is the policy of the theatre to deliver all lost property to the Police Department. Accordingly, any inquiries concerning lost property should be directed to the Lost and Found Department of the Police Department.

WARNING
The photographing or sound recording of any performance or the possession of any device for such photographing or sound recording inside this theatre without the written permission of the management, is prohibited by law. Violations may be punished by ejection and may render the offender liable for money damages.

FIRE NOTICE: The exit indicated by a red light and sign nearest to the seat you occupy is the shortest route to the street. In the event of fire or other emergency please do not run - WALK TO THAT EXIT.
 
Thoughtless persons annoy patrons and endanger the safety of others by lighting matches or smoking in prohibited areas during the performances and intermissions. This violates a City ordinance and is punishable by law.

John T. O'Hagan - FIRE COMMISSIONER

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