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March 3, 1993

Created by

Agnes Nixon

Executive Producer

Haidee Granger


Jean Dadario Burke

Directed by

Robert Scinto

Written by

Millee Taggart

Robert Guza, JR.

John Kuntz

Laurie McCarthy

Lewis Arlt

Andrew Gottlieb

Percy Granger

Dana Herko

Juliette Mann

Eugene Pressman

Associate Producer

Heidi Adam

Associate Directors

Harriet Wohl Goldstein

Angela Tessinari

Laura Rakowitz

Technical Director

Joseph Cotugno

Production Managers

Patricia Besbitt

Ronald P. Rhodes

Technical Mananger

Margaret Rimer

Lighting Directors

Candice Dunn

John Connolly

Scenic Designer

Boyd Dumrose

Assistant Scenic Designer

Philip Gilliam

Fran Pitchon

Costume Designer

Patricia Adshead

Assistant Costume Designer

Prudence Moriarty

Casting Director

Julie Madison

Assistant Casting Director

Elisabeth Rudolph


Jim Murphy, S.V.O.


John Agugliaro

William J. Deblock

Assistant to the Writers

Ellen Meckler

Production Supervisor

Adrienne Aronne

Production Associates

Nadine Aronson

Stacy Balter

Dana Walker

Production Assistant

Mia Pinto

Camera Operators

Mary Flood

Roy Hutchings

Adam Keith

Tom Shepard

Judy Willinger

Boom Operators

Ed Raab

Carla Nation Reid

Mike Rodriguez

Ed Witherspoon

Videotape Editors

Stephen Cali

Jack Hierl

Engineering Maintenance

Robert Bovino

John Dibbins

Bob Dietzsch

Myron Kohut

Stage Manager

Brendan Higgins

Music Director

Terry Walker

Business Manager

Sandra Frayer

Outside Props

William Maher

Richard Hauser

Makeup Artists

Cynthia Faye

Joan Zandell

Hair Stylists

Joyce Carollo

Russell Latham


Dorothea Brehm

Nanette Clausen

Wanda Miether

Pamela Stevenson

Sound Effects

Karen Johnson

Studio Coordinators

Linda Burstion

Cecile Just

Joanne St. Aubyn

Music By

Mike Renzi

The Loving Theme Composed & Perfromed By

Jeffrey Osborne

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