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OPENING NIGHT, OCTOBER 11, 1984
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CORT THEATRE
]]logo]]A Shubert Organization Theatre
Gerald Schoenfeld, Chairman
Bernard B. Jacobs, President
Ivan Bloch  Robert Cole  Frederick M. Zollo
present
The Yale Repertory Theatre production of 
Ma Rainey's Black Bottom
by August Wilson
Starring
Charles S. Dutton Leonard Jackson Robert Judd Joe Seneca
Lou Criscuolo John Carpenter Aleta Mitchell Scott Davenport-Richards Christopher Loomis
and 
Theresa Merritt
Costumes by Daphne Pascucci
Setting by Charles Henry McClennahan
Lighting by Peter Maradudin
Music Direction by Dwight Andrews
Sound by Jan Nebozenko
Casting byeg Simon/Fran Kumin
General Management Kingwill & Goossen
Production Stage Manager Mortimer Halpern
Associate Producers  Bart Berman   Hart Productions   William P. Suter
Directed by Lloyd Richards

Ma Rainey's Black Bottom was initially presented as a staged reading at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center's 1982 National Playwrights' Conference. 

The Producers and Theatre Management are Members of the League of New York Theatres and Producers, Inc.
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