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PLAYBILL [[text in white inside a blue rectangle]] June 2004 Serving Broadway Since 1884 Volume 120, Number 6 FEATURES [[line]] THE LOVELY LINNEY 4 Laura Linney returns to familiar territory, staring in Donald Margulies's Sight Unseen. by Jerry Tallmer A FAMILY AFFAIR 10 Shirley Jones and son Patrick Cassidy hit Broadway's bawdiest thoroughfare, 42nd Street. by Harry Haun ONSTAGE 15 THE GOOD LIFE 40 Avenue Q's John Tartaglia translates his optimistic nature into a joyous Broadway debut. by Andrew Gans DEPARTMENTS [[line]] Theatre Quiz 8 by Andrew Gans Dining & Entertainment 42 How Many Have You Seen? 46 A Life in the Theatre 50 Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS's Peter Neufeld by Mervyn Rothstein [[image - color photo of Laura Linney with 4 in upper left corner]] [[image - color photo of Shirley Jones and Patrick Cassidy with 10 in upper left corner]] [[image - color photo of a puppet and John Tartaglia with 40 in upper left corner]] [[boxed]] Editor: Judy Samelson Senior Editor: Louis Botto Program Editors: Pam Karr, Scott Hale Associate Editor: Silvija Ozols Staff Writer: Harry Haun Playbill On-Line Director: Andrew Ku Playbill On-Line Senior Editor: Robert Simonson Playbill On-Line Editors: Kenneth Jones, Andrew Gans Staff Writer: Ernio Hernandez Playbill On-Line Sales Manager: Ari Ackerman Administrative Assistant: Morgan Allen Listings Editor: Amy Asch Art Directors: Michael Taratuta, Ira Pekelnaya Senior Designer: Kesler Thibert Playbill Radio Program Director: Robert Viagas Advertising Sales: 525 Seventh Avenue, Suite 1801, New York, NY 10018 212-557-5757 Senior Account Manager: Glen A. Ascuitto Regional Sales Director: Leslie J. Feldman West Coast Sales Director: Karen Kanter Senior Account Manager: Jane F. Katz Account Manager: Susan Ludlow Account Manager: Julie Nemitz Director, Fashion & Beauty: Jolie Schaffzin Senior Account Manager: Glenn Shaevitz Restaurant/Entertainment Sales: Irv Winick Theatre Advertising: Joel Wyman Sales Promotion Manager: Lilian Richman Sales Assistants: Ruthe Schnell, Theresa Holder Subscription Manager: Marie Amsterdam President and Publisher: Philip S. Birsh Controller: Lewis Cole Senior Vice President: Clifford S. Tinder Director of Manufacturing: Robert Cusanelli Production Director: Patrick Cusanelli Production Manager: Gary Pearce Director of Merchandising/ Office Manager: Bruce Stapelton Executive Assistant to President and Publisher: Lavdi Sofia Communications: Oldyna Dynowska Chairman: Arthur T. Birsh Vice President: Joan Alleman Secretary/Treasurer: Lewis Cole [[line]] PLAYBILL [trademark symbol] is a registered trademark of Playbill Incorporated [copyright symbol] Copyright 2004. Reproduction in whole or part without permission is prohibited. The New York Edition of PLAYBILL [trademark symbol] is published by Playbill Incorporated, 525 Seventh Avenue, Suite 1801, New York, NY 10018. 212-557-5757. Printed in U.S.A. PLAYBILL [trademark symbol] - THE NATIONAL THEATRE MAGAZINE, available monthly to subscribers for $24 per year (U.S.); $31 (outside U.S.). Opening Night service and current issues available. Inquire for details. [[/boxed]] [end page] [start page] [[advertisement]] [[copyright symbol]] 2004 movado group, inc, [[image - black & white photograph of Darci Kistler with her left arm crossed over her body with her hand on her right shoulder, wearing a black turtleneck]] available at movado boutiques: rockefeller center - the westchester - soho roosevelt field - short hills - riverside square MOVADO the art of time [[image - black & white photograph of a Movado watch]] darci kistler, principal dancer, new york city ballet. esperanza TM . double-ring bezel. stainless steel. black dial. swiss made. water resistant. movado is proud of its long-time association with the arts. movado.com [[/advertisement]]
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