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[[copyright symbol]] LORILLARD, INC., U.S.A., 1986

The experience you seek. Kent.

SURGEON GENERAL'S WARNING: Smoking Causes Lung Cancer, Heart Disease, Emphysema, and May Complicate Pregnancy.
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Kings: 12 mg. "tar", 0.9 mg. nicotine av. per cigarette, FTC Report Feb. 1985.


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as well as Don't Bother Me, I can't Cope; The River Niger and William Mastosimone's Tamer of Horses. Other recent credits include National Lampoon's Class of '86 seen at the Village Gate and Landscape of the Body for Washington, D.C.'s Studio Theatre. Nancy wishes to thank Lee for believing in her and many other friends for their love and support. 

Victor En Yu Tan
(Lighting Designer) 
has designed lights for numerous productions at the New York Shakespeare Festival, including Ntozake Shange's For Colored Girls..., Spell #7 and A Photograph; and David Hwang's The Dance and the Railroad and F.O.B. He has also designed lights for the Second Stage, New Federal Theater, Musical Theater Works, La MaMa E.T.C., Pan Asian Rep and many others in New York City. Regionally he has designed for the Milwaukee Rep, ESIPA (Albany), Syracuse Musical Theater Festival, Emelin Theater (Mamaroneck) and GeVa Theater (Rochester). He is currently the designer for the New York Shakespeare Festival's Belasco Project under the direction of Estelle Parsons. 

William H. Grant III
has designed lighting throughout the United States, Europe, Asia, Africa, and South America. He has been resident lighting designer for Philadanco for the past eight years. He has designed for the Negro Ensemble Company, Philadelphia Drama Guild, New Federal Theatre, Crossroads Theatre, Opera Ebony and the Bermuda Festival. He has taught lighting design at CCNY, lectured at the University of California at Irvine and is the author of a basic handbook of stage lighting. 

Rob Gorton
(Sound Design)
designed the sound effects for the original production of The Colored Museum. His Broadway credits include Play Memory and End of the World, both directed by Hal Prince. Mr. Gorton is the resident Sound Designer for the Mirror repertory and the McCarter Theatre Company. He teaches at Rutgers University. 

Kysia Bostic
studied music at Tufts University and New England Conservatory and was attracted to the theatre by writing a partial score to Langston Hughes' Tambourines to Glory at the University of Michigan. Other composition credits include W.B. Yeats' The Only Jealousy of Emer (WCVB-TV Boston), Cohorts (ASPCA PBS Television series), Walter Allen Bennett's Snapshots (Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center) and George C. Wolfe's Summer Sun Tales of Night (Aaron Davis Center, City College of New York). 

Hope Clarke 
Born in Washington, D.C., Ms. Clarke joined West Side Story in the '60s on tour and when it came back to Broadway. Other Broadway shows include: Purlie; Kwamina; Halleluja, Baby!; Don't Bother Me, I Can't Cope; Grind and Bamboche. She has danced with Talley Beatty, Alvin Ailey and Louis Johnson. Ms. Clarke has choreographed for Earth, Wind & Fire; Debarge; Children's Television Workshop; Porgy and Bess; Dead Wood; Dick in Los Angeles and Robert Guillaume. 

Anton Nelessen 
(Slide Projections) 
has produced over 200 multi-screen productions for various corporations, government organizations and theatre/ballet companies. Mr. Nelessen developed space simulations, projects utilizing multi-image projection at Harvard and MIT and directed the multi-image department at Image Works in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Mr. Nelessen currently teachers multi-image at Mason Gross School of the Arts in New Brunswick and maintains a private consulting practice.

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