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OPENING NIGHT; APRIL 17,1994
CORT THEATRE
A Shubert Organization Theatre
Gerald Schoenfeld, Chairman Bernard  B. Jacobs, President 
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Benjamin Mordecai  Laura Rafaty  Ric Wanetik
New York Shakespeare Festival  Mark Taper Forum
in association with 
Harriet Newman Leve  Jeanne Rizzo  James D. Stern  Daryl Roth 
Jo-Lynne Worley  Ronald A. Pizzuti  The Booking Office, Inc.  Freddy Beinstock
present 
The New York Shakespeare Festival Production of 

[logo]TWILIGHT: LOS ANGELES, 1992[/logo]

A NEW PLAY CONCEIVED, WRITTEN AND PREFORMED BY 
ANNA DEAVERE SMITH

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|Scenic Design|Costume Design|Lighting Design|
|John Arnone|Toni-Leslie|James Jules Fisher & Peggy Eisenhauer|
|Sound Design|Original Music|Projections and Video|
|John Gormada|Wendy Blackstone|Batwin + Robin Productions, Inc.|
|-|Production Supervision|Production Stage Manager|
|-|Neil A. Mazzella|Jane E. Neufeld|
|-|Press Representative|General Management|
|-|Boneau/Bryan-Brown|Caroline F. Turner/James Triner|

DIRECTED BY GEORGE C. WOLFE

TWILIGHT: LOS ANGELES, 1992 was commissioned by the Center Theatre Group/Mark Taper Forum of Los Angeles, Gordon Davidson, Artistic Director. It received its world premiere in June 1993 at the Mark Taper Forum.

The Producers wish to express their appreciation to Theatre Development Fund for its support of this production. 

The Producers and Theatre Management are Members of The League of American Theatre and Producers, Inc. 

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