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February 1989

Written By

Donna M. Swajeski

Chris Whitesell

Nerissa Radell

Peter Swet

Carolyn DeMoney Culliton

Fran Myers

Roger Newman

David Cherrill

Peggy Schibi

Michael Zaslow

Susan Hufford

Directed By

Michael Eilbaum

Executive Produer

Micahel D. Laibson


Linda Barker Laundra

Susan Strickler

Associate Producer

Meg Beliveau

Assistants to the Producer

Janet Iacobuzio

R. Scott Collishaw

Art Director

Christopher Clarens

Costume Designers

Margarita Delgado

Associate Costume Designer

Charles Shoonmaker

Associate Director

Carol Sedwick

Norma Rios Levy

Donna Pippin

Production Manager

Christoph Lindner

Unit Administrator

Amy Rubin

Technical Director

SKip Dresch

Lighting Directors

Bob Hickey

Howie Strawbridge


Stephen J. Roskin


Fred Bugg

Videotape Editor

John J. O'Connor II


Joe Colvin

Bill Cunningham

Stage Managers

Stephen Messer

Cindy Flood Jacobsen

Joe Dicso

Production Assistants

Janet Andrews

Mary Kelly Rodden


Johnson-Liff Associates

Assistant Casting Director

Wendy Mathieson


Michael Bennett

Eric A. Eisenstein

Steve Jambeck

Barry Frischer


Donna M. McCarthy

Scenic Designer

Robert Berg

Dean H. Reiter

Fran Pitchon

Scenic Artist

Al Gallo

Wardrobe Supervisors

Frances Spagnola

Ellen Anton

Make-Up Aritsts

Steven Lawrence

Margot Boccia

Hair Stylists

Angel DcAngelis

Program Production Manager

Russell Best


Patrick Mihich

Music Producer/Supervisor

Susan-Beth Markowitz

Music Directors

Ron Brawer

Carole Severon Weiss

Furs Furnished By

Lord & Taylor

Supervising Producer

Janet R. Stampfl

Executive In Charge Of Production

Edward Trach


Written By

Donna M. Swajeski

Peggy Sloane

Christopher Whitesell

Nerissa Radell

Carolyn DeMoney Culliton

Fran Myers

Roger Newman

David Cherrill

Mimi Leahey

Janet Iacobuzio

Directed By

Michael Eilbaum

Executive Produer

Micahel D. Laibson


Linda Barker Laundra

Susan Strickler

Supervising Producer

Janet R. Stampfl

Executive in Charge of Production

Edward Trach

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