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As his post-color war offering for the 1964 season, Barry Kaplan presented a highly informal "Broadway Revue". With the entire cast dressed in yellow, and with the cast sitting throughout the entire performance the atmosphere was that of a casual night club scene. The performers included:

Bobby Paulen & Mike Colon ........."Guys & Dolls"
Mimi Mooney & Elaine Silverstein..."My Favorite Things"
Jackie Schnitt ...................."Standing on The Corner"
Beth Lippy ........................"Lady is A Tramp"
Paul Kaplan ......................."Mack The Knife"
Donna Sellinger ..................."One Last Kiss"
Bette Sussman ....................."Diamonds are a Girl's Best Friend"
Sue Falk & David Lapidus .........."Just In Love"
Ira Liebowitz ....................."The Party's Over"
Felicia Levine & Sue Buchbinder ..."Sisters"
Nancy Kaplan ......................"I Enjoy Being A Girl"
Barbara & Barry Kaplan ............"There Once Was A Man"

In all, the "Revue" was a complete success. It was done in a most novel manner and the audience seemed to receive the format as well as the performance in a most exuberant way. I am sure that we, at Ranger, are looking forward to more shows such as this one in the years ahead.