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[[Advertisement]] Pan Am's Off Off Broadway [[line across page]] [[images: 9 photographs of acclaimed theaters – captioned: TOKYO – Kabukiza* LONDON – Aldwych ROME – Teatro dell' Opera* VIENNA – State Opera House* PARIS – Comédie Française SYDNEY – Sydney Opera House BERLIN – Schiller Theatre* BUENOS AIRES – Teatro Colón* MUNICH – Cuvilliés]] Pan Am's the hottest ticket to the cities that are home to the world's most acclaimed theaters. So it's no wonder that when 1984 Tony Award winning La Cage Aux Folles came to Broadway, Pan Am was chosen as the first stage of the trip. [[Image: Pan Am logo]] Pan Am. You Can't Beat The Experience®. *Photos Courtesy of Italian Government Travel Office, German Information Center, Japan Information Center, Argentine Government, and Austrian National Tourist Office. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[double line]] Fund and the Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers. Prior to joining YSD/YRT Mr. Richards served on the faculties of Hunter College, NYU's School of the Arts, the National Theatre Institute, the Negro Ensemble Company, Boston University, and headed his own acting studio for ten years in New York City. DAPHNE PASCUCCI (Costume Designer) made her debut at the Yale Repertory Theatre with Ma Rainey's Black bottom. She is a graduate of the Yale School of Drama where she designed costumes for The Birthday Party and The House of York. Earlier, she studied at Barnard, Juilliard and in Florence, Italy, where she received a diploma in stage design. While in Italy, she designed costumes for Opera Barga, the RAI-TV, a Fiat TV commercial for Stephen Horn productions, and was assisted designer to Giovanni Agostinucci. She has worked on various Broadway shows including Annie, Zorba and Home. In 1983, she designed the costumes for the feature film Overexposed. CHARLES HENRY MCCLENNAHAN (Scenic Designer), a recent graduate of Yale School of Drama, makes his Broadway debut with Ma Rainey's Black Bottom. Other credits include working on the Broadway musical La Cage aux Folles, assisting on the sets for Non Pasquale in Central Park and, most recently, designing Colored People's Time by Leslie Lee for the Negro Ensemble at Theatre Four. At Yale, Charles received the Donald Oenslager scholarship and set design and a Graduate Student Commitment Award from the Afro-American Cultural Center at Yale for outstanding contribution to the Center and to the Black community at Yale. PETER MARADUDIN (Lighting Designer) has worked extensively as a lighting designer at the Yale Repertory Theatre. Mr. Maradudin is a graduate of the Yale School of Drama, where he was an assistant set designer of Winterfest III and John Bull, and lighting designer for The Bewitched and Long Day's Journey into Night. DWIGHT ANDREWS (Music Director) is a Ph.D. candidate in music theory at Yale. In 1976 he served as a solo saxophonist for Julius Caesar at the Yale Repertory Theatre. Since then he has performed in numerous Yale Repertory Theatre productions including Ubu Rex, 1940's Radio Hour and Timon of Athens, and composed the score for the premiere of Oyamo's Resurrection of Lady Lester, His other theatre credits include the score for the Obie Award-winning production of Gertrude Stein's Photograph. His diverse interests are reflected in the recent production of his first play entitled Second Linin' and his dissertation on the early music of Igor Stravinsky. At Yale, Mr. Andrews also serves as an Associate Chaplain at Christ Chapel and Senior Pastor of the Black Church. THE YALE REPERTORY THEATRE is the offspring of the 60-year-old Yale School of Drama, founded by George Pierce Baker and built around his legendary "Playwrights Workshop, Drama 47." That course today remains at the heart of YSD, and resonates in Lloyd Richards's artistic direction of YRT. August Wilson is one example of YRT's commitment to new writers; even before last spring's premiere presentation of Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, arrangements were underway to mount a second play of Wilson's, Fences, on the YRT stage in May of '85. Shakespeare has remained a "resident" playwright each season under Richards's leadership, as has the distinguished contemporary South African, Athol Fugard. The rich personal and professional relationship with Fugard includes premieres of the plays Fugard now calls his "Yale trilogy": A Lesson from Aloes, 'Master Harold'...and the boys and last season's The Road to Mecca. Extending beyond the English-speaking world, YRT has introduced American audiences to such contemporary authors as Italy's Dario Fo with About Face, Sweden's Lars Noren with Night Is Mother To The Day, and Bulgaria's Yordon Radichov with An Attempt At Flying. In December of this year YRT will bring Nigeria's Wole Soyinka to New 53
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