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Prop. Assistant...James Gallagher
Sound Engineer...Jerry Hyman
Asst. Electricians...Robert Foster, Alan Leach
Photographer...Bert Andrews
Advertising...Lawrence Weiner & assoc. Ltd.
Attorney...Fred R. Rosen
Accountant...Solomon & Finger
Group Sales and Audience Development...Dennis Armstead and Cassandra Harris 212-688-5825
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CREDITS
Sets constructed by Atlas Scenic Studios, Ltd.; Tailoring by Rubio; Lighting Equipment by Four Star Stage Lighting; Sound Equipment by Masque Sound; Fabrics by Gladstone Fabrics; Miss Premice's Clothes by Real Attractive, Inc.; Miss Premice's hair styled by Harold Melvin; For the projections - original photography by Bob Montgomery, Gary Price, and Sharon Brown; copy photography by Expo-Motion Ltd.; and John Kennedy. Photographs by James Van Der Zee Institute; Merchandising - George Fenmore Associate; Ginger Ale courtesy of Canada Dry Corporation; Newspapers Courtesy of New York Amsterdam News. Dancers Shoes by Capezio - Ballet Maker. Silver Jewelry by M. W. Samara.
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THE AMERICAN NATIONAL THEATRE AND ACADEMY OFFICERS

Chairman...DONALD SEAWELL
Vice-President...WALTER ABEL
Vice-President...GORDON DAVIDSON
Vice-President...ELLEN STEWART
Secretary...ALFRED de LIAGRE
Treasurer...JEAN DALRYMPLE
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS
DONALD SEAWELL, Chairman
WALTER ABEL, RICHARD ADLER
WARREN CARO, JEAN DALRYMPLE
GORDON DAVIDSON, ALFRED de LIAGRE
ADRIAN HALL, JACK MORRISON
OLIVER SMITH, ROGER L. STEVENS
ELLEN STEWART, ROBERT WHITEHEAD
AUDREY WOOD
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HONORARY PRESIDENTS
HELEN HAYES
PEGGY WOOD
WALTER ABEL
HONORARY CHAIRMAN
C. LAWTON CAMPBEL
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STAFF FOR THE ANTA THEATRE 
GENERAL MANAGER...KEN MYERS
Treasurer...Wavie L. Redd
Assistant Treasurers...Mary Bodenstein, Patsy Santello, Ann Marie Caspare
Administrator...Eugene Spellman
Executive Assistant...Dorothy Spellman
Carpenter...Steven Abbott
Electrician...M. J. Burns, Jr. 
Property Man...Martin Fontana
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All products used in this theatre for the promotion of sanitation are manufactured by the Creco Co., Inc.
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House Physician...Max L. Kamen
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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.
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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 performance and intermissions. This violates a City ordinance and is punishable by law.
John T. O'Hagan - FIRE COMMISSIONER

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