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Ann Arbor Civic Theatre Program: The Foreigner, June 12, 1991

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= .;:;;;= =~LYDIAMENDELSSO!l"~ THEATRE 0 By Larry Shue 0 Directed by Conrad Mason Juno 12-15,1991-8 p.m. 0 Satu.-daY .........--2 For Ticket Information Before June 9, Call 662-7282 For Ticket Information After June 9, Call 763-1085 Winner of two Obie Awards and two Outer Critic's Circle Awards "Ilaughted start to finish at one comic Oliver, surpriseThe ofter another" -Edith New Yorker "a constant invitation to relax and laugh at Feingold, the foolishness life" -Michael VillageofVoice spONSORED BY: 7~SANCORP GREAT LAKES It's AGreat l~ea ~or Ice Cream. But Not Your Investments. THE ROAD TO SPECULATIVE INVEST· MENTS IS PAVED WITH ROCKY ROADS. THAT'S WHY WE OFFER PLANS THAT ARE FEDERALLY GUARANTEED FROM A INSURED , RATES BANK THAT'S OF WITH RETURN. BEEN ROCK SOLID FOR OVER 100 YEARS. CALL 1-800-544-4703. MEMBER FDIC . .:.GREAT LJlKES ~BJlNCORP Much More Than The Best BLUES 24 Hours A Day- 7 Days A Week Broadcasting from Eastern Michigan University JK:f Ann Arbor Civic Theatre presents The Foreigner by Larry Shue Directed by Conrad Mason Originally produced by the Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. June 12-15, 1991 at 8:00 p.m. Saturday Matinee at 2:00 p.m. AT THE LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE a~ With the Suppoct of the ~ =::: Michigan Council for the Arts THE FOREIGNER is presented through special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc. 440 Pack Avenue South, New Yock, NY 10016 The University of Michigan forbids smoking in any part of the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre The use of photographic or audio equipment is prohibited. Director's Notes Larry Shue, the author of tonight's presentation. is perhaps better known for his one other work - THE NERD. However, THE FOREIGNER garnered two Obies and two Outer Circle Awards: Best New American Play and Best Off-Broadway Production. Unfortunately, because of his untimely death, we have only these two scripts from this remarkable individual who was blessed with a sense of humor slightly out of synch with what might be considered "normal:' His ability to take what starts as an o rdinary situation and to shape it rapidly into something transcending the wildest imaginings is aptly demonstrated by THE FOREIGNER. And he does it without leaving any loose ends: dialogues and situations are introduced - and resolved, sometimes three scenes later, sometimes only three lines later. The result is a highly structured interwoven framework on which to hang yards of humor and laughter. StilL this play is not a fa rce. It is about an assortment of real down-to-earth folks who find themselves in an unusual predicament. How they get into it and how they get out of it are the wellsprings for the ever-abundant humor. So sit back, relax and enjoy; take home with you whatever you may personally discern to be the "message." My message to you is: Blasny! Blasny! .:, SEE THE INVISIBLE • FEEL THE INTANGIBLE • ACHIEVE TH~ ~ ~ . 0 Second Stage Productions ~ ~ (Formerly MainStreet Productions) 1991-92 Season C/ul~ea ... :J.fowel" ' ,:· • DUET FOR ONE Shop by Tom Kampinski September 19-0ctober 5, 1991 Directed by Simon Ha '· 1 • FOOL FOR LOVE by Sam Shepard November 7-23. 1991 Directed by Anne Kolaczkowski Magee 203 E. Liberty Street Ann Arbor, Michigan 48108 Phone: 313/662-5616 • THE DEATH AND LIFE OF SNEAKY FITCH by James L. Rosenberg January 3D-February 15. 1992 Directed by Thom Johnson • FOXFIRE by Susan Cooper and Hume Cronyn March 26-April 11. 1992 Directed by Susan Morris • THE MISS FIRECRACKER CONTEST ANN ARBOR'S WORLD-CLASS WINE SHOP 995-1818 S. FOREST at S. UNIVERSITY 9AM 'til MIDNIGHT EVERY DAY VILLAGE CORNER by Beth Henley July 2-18. 1992 Directed by Cassie Mann :::(]) Z ~ For Subscription "' ; ~ Information Call 662-9405 ~3Hl 33S • 3Ml'if3H1 3Hl 3:>N31~:k!X3 r I ~ ~ Q • 3191SSOdV'll 3Hl 3/\m Ann Arbor Civic Theatre,- Inc. Board of Directors Carol Deniston President Anne Walker Interim President, Vice President Marketing Vice President, Administration Ann VanDemark Anne Kolaczkowski M agee Vice President, Artistic Coordination Jeff Zupan Vice President, Production Judy Dow Alexander Vice President, Development Conrad Mason Secretary Cliff Sheldon Treasurer l£e Burkhardt Ted Heusel Sharon Sheldon Wendy Wright Peter Niedbala Simon Ha Sandra Young David Harbison Patrick ]. O'Meara Honorary Advisory Committee Judge Robert Alexander Constance Baron Robert Bartels Jack Becker Louis D. Belcher Richard C. Benjamin Richard Black Ron Brooks Richard Brunvard Donald Chisholm Alan Clague Russell Collins Albert Coudron Mildred Danielson Robert Darvas Elizabeth Dexter Peter Eckstein & Mr>. S. ). Elden Virginia Eveland Don Faber Sally Fleming Kathleen M. Fojtik Dan Fusfeld Patricia Garcia Wagar Glas Claribel Baird Halstead Mary and John Hathaway Fred Hindley Robert C. Hughes James Hunt Zeke Jabbour Gerald D. Jernigan Dr. Eva Jessye Henry Johnson Wilfred Kaplan AACT Season Staff Bookkeeper Costume Superintendent Costume Rentals Education Co·Chairs Front of House/Ushers Hair/Wig Chair House Chair Lighting Chair Mailing Supervisor Makeup Chair Membership Chair Office Manager Production Coordinator, MainStage Production Coordinators, MainStreet Program Editor Props Chair Publicity and Marketing Scene Shop Chair Social Chair SPOTLIGHT Editor> Sound Chair Technical Committee Chair Ticket Agent Volunteer Committee Chair Dick & Norma Sarns Pamela Seevers David Shipman Raymond ]. Smit Neil Staebler Dr. Edward Stasheff Ken Stevens Elizabeth Stranahan Carol Tice Christine Trautwein Alice Vining William Varus Katharine Wallace Zelma Weisfeld Robert White John Woodford Roberta Keniston Henry S. Landau Guy Larcom Jerold Lax Charlotte McGeoch Virginia Patton Moss Samuel Mullice Karen O'Neal Anneke Overseth William & Mary Palmer Prof. Willis Patterson Edward C. Pierce Beverley & Pat Pooley Eugene B. Power Michael Radock Deanna Relyea Duane Renken Lois Vogt Lee Burkhardt Barbara Wells Shirley Mallette, Lisa Snapp Joy Scarpuzza POSffiONOPEN Wayne Burkhardt David C. Bloom Howard Fox POSITION OPEN Ruth Hahn Robin Konkle Mays Bo b Seeman Dana Buck, Thom Johnson, Wendy Wright Kim Mackenzie Linda Getty Susan Bellinson Wayne Burkhardt Carolyn Norton Marie and DJIJ Murrell David C. Bloom Jeff Zupan Jim Mattson Joan Muskovitz Phy!Hs Wright AACT Capital Campaign Committee Bob and judy Alexander Clan and Alice Crawford Carol Deniston Anne Walker Carolyn Lepard Mary Kessel Peter Niedbala Bob Seeman Neil and Burnette Staebler Owen and Bonnie Haig Fred and Sue Beutler Sandy and Odie Elden Rick Hadler Lisa Alexander Anneke Overseth Conrad Mason Patrick O'Meara Cliff Sheldon Sandy Young Cruse and Ginny Moss Ann Arbor CIYk Thnlre It In Eq ual Opportunily Empl~r 1nd pi'O'Ildn programs and "rvicn wilhoul regard 10 roc~. m lor, rellglon. n11ional origin. ·~· on o r handinp. About The Cast FRED BOCK (Ellard Simms) recently graduated from Eastern Michigan University with a double major in Theatre and Telecommunications and Film. He worked on several EMU productions including REUNION. THE TRIAL OF TOM SAWYER and GREATER TUNA. Fred is completing his first year with AACT having worked on THE MOUSETRAP, THE RIMERS OF ELDRITCH and OLIVER. During the day, he works at ProVision, a video production facility in Ann Arbor. KATHLEEN DAVIES (Catherine) is a doctoral candidate in English at the University of Michigan. She has been active in theater, both locally and in upstate New York for several years. She appeared as Kate and Margaret in WOYZECK and as Constan.ze in AMADEUS for AACT. As an instructor, she believes that the best teaching is also good theater and the best theater teaches something. CHRISTOPHER R. JACOBS (Rev. David Marshall Lee) hails from a small town in the Michigan thumb. He is a student at EMU where he has performed roles that vary from a lobster Man to a silly Herdsman in ancient Greece. THE FOREIGNER is his first stint away from the EMU stage. When he graduates, he plans to either pursue a MFA in acting or just head off to the big city and tackle the world of professional theater. THOM JOHNSON (Owen Musser) has done a little of everything around AACT from acting as the President of the Board of Directors to doing maintenance on the boiler. He is a lighting designer, director, stage manager, and actor as well. Of these, acting is his favorite. He was most recently seen in the AACT productions of LYSISTRATA, TWELFTH NIGHT BIGFOOT STOLE MY WIFE and A LESSON FROM AWES. TJ's outside activities include softball (He was a member of the division championship team "Ten Fat Guys Named Elvis."), working, and watching the weather. He smokes an occasional cigar and does not jog. JAN KOENGETER (Betty Meeks) has performed in, directed or produced over 100 shows for various area theater groups. Most recently Jan directed the Saline Area Players' April production of HELLO DOLLY For AACT, Jan directed the AACT Best Musical three seasons in a row -DAMN YANKEES, THE MUSIC MAN, and MAME. Jan is the Performing Arts Specialist for the Ann Arbor Schools Community Education and Recreation, supervising classes in foreign languages for youth and in drama for both youth and adults, and two performing companies-Junior Theatre and The Goodtime Players. Favorite roles include Yente in FIDDLER ON THE ROOF and Aunt Eller in OKLAHOMA. CHRIS10PHER KOROW (Charlie Baker) has come on like "gangbusters" since his 1985 arrival on Ann Arbor-area stages. Nineteen shows later, Chris has worked his way from bit parts to the winner of AACf's 1989 Best Actor-Main Stage Award for his portrayal of Alan Felix in PLAY IT AGAIN SAM, in which he took a Woody Allen role, written by Allen for Allen, and made it his own. Chris' other credits include LONE STAR. THE ANASTASIA AFFAIR, THE GLASS MENAGERIE, THE MOUSETRAP, LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS and most recently WATCH ON THE RHINE. Off stage, Chris is a senior software engineer for a small Ann Arbor software firm. TIM MORLEY ("Froggy" LeSueur) is a graduate student at the U of M in Materials Science. He was seen in THE RIMERS OF ELDRITCH (Skelly) and in TWELFTH NIGHT (Sir Andrew Aguecheek), both for AACT MainStreet, and just appeared in OLIVER (Bow Street Runner/Chorus) for MainStage. His backstage work for AACT includes light crews for both SHE LOVES ME and WAlCH ON THE RHINE. For the Little Theatre of Alexandria, Va. he was in the choruses of both HMS PINAFORE and KISMET m The II }1ov00le ~~l By popular request, we will now be serving desserts from 9:30 - 11 pm weekdays and until 12 midnight Fri. & Sat. Come enjoy our award-winning pastries, espresso, cappuccino, fine wines and cognacs. 326 WEST LIBERTY 663·3278 RESERVATIONS OPTIONAL About The Staff DAVID C. BLOOM (Sound Designer) One of AACT's "Usual Suspects;' David designed sound for this season's smash hit, AIN'T MISBEHAVIN: and lighting for STEEL MAGNOLIAS. Last season, David designed and executed lighting for I'M NOT RAPPAPORT, LYSISTRATA, and BRIGADOON. Between singing gigs with the Measure for Measure men's choral society, David enjoys frisbee golf. bocci ball, and writing. LEE BURKHARUf (Co-Costumer) brings a wealth of costuming experience to THE FOREIGNER. She served as costume designer for last season's TWELFTH NIGHT and this season's STEEL MAGNOLIAS and A DAY IN THE DEATH OF jOE EGG. She was co-costume-designer for SHE LOVES ME and worked on the costume crews for WATCH ON THE RHINE and OLIVER. also this season. (Ed. Note: Not all troupers are in front of the footlights. Thanks, Lee!) WAYNE BURKHARDT (Set Designer/Set Builder) tells us in his own pithy words, "joined AACT with MUSIC MAN in '88. Lifestyle since then; Sleep, Work, and then really go to work at the theatre. Nuff said." (Ed. Note: We couldn't have said it better, Wayne!) ELIZABETH CROWE (Properties) received most of her theatrical experience while in college at Marquette University in Milwaukee. There she did everything from directing a musical to curtain puller for COMEDY OF ERRORS. She was also nominated for Best Supporting Actress in ANOTHER PART OF THE FOREST Elizabeth is currently employed as a cost analyst for Ecology and Environment in Taylor. She lives in Ypsilanti with two newts, Barney and Zippy. She is also a part-time volunteer for the Humane Society of Huron Valley and would like to make a difference in animals' lives everywhere. CATHY JONES (Co-Producer) This year is one of "fir.;ts'' for Cathy. She and her husband Ray bought their fir>t home and their first dog. She is starting her first business in the skin care industry and THE FOREIGNER is her first involvement with AACT She tells us, "The people are a lot of fun. I'm glad I've joined AACT.' We are too, Cathy! MIKE LIMMER (Lighting Designer) celebrates his 50th anniver.;ary with this production of AACT No, not wedding but AACT anniversary! THE FOREIGNER is the 5oth show Mike has worked on in one way or another since joining the group in 1980. He has been on the Board of Directors six of those years. He is pleased the show runs this week instead of next week since it will allow him to spend Father's Day with his wife and brand new very first child, Robert. Happy Anniversary, Mike and Happy Father's Day! CONRAD MASON (Director) has been active in local community theater groups for over 25 years, and this production-his second as a director for AACT-is his 43rd. Other directing credits include ANYTHING GOES, THE ODD COUPLE and last season's Best-Musical-Award-winning BRIGADOON for AACT His last on-stage appearance for AACT was in THE MUSICAL COMEDY MURDERS OF 1940; he played the part of the director Ken De La Maize! His favorite role is Tevye in FIDDLER ON THE ROOF; other acting credits include INHERIT THE WIND, GYPSY, and PAJAMA GAME. Conrad is the Secretary to the AACT Board of Directors. In his spare time, he works as a consulting meteorologist and as a computer systems consultant at the U of M. ROBIN KONKLE MAYS (Co-Producer) has also produced last season's BRIGADOON and this season's STEEL MAGNOLIAS. She is pleased to be co-producing THE FOREIGNER with Cathy jones, since she keeps busy both day (as AACT's Office Manager) and night (Awards Ceremony Committee-1990 and 1991) with all the activities of AACT. When she is not working for Civic, she can be found with her son, Daniel, who keeps her occupied with T-Ball games, art shows, and gymnastics. JOANN PERAINO (Co-Costumer) worked on her f) irst AACT show as part of the costume crew of Oliver. From that, whe makes the big move to Co-Costumer for THE FOREIGNER. JoAnn is a financial aid assistant at the U of M School of Public Health and, to no one's great surprise, enjoys sewing in her spare time (and we're glad you do, JoAnn! Thanks!) ROSEMARIE ROTHE (Make-Up Designer) has been doing make-up for AACT for over seven year>. THE FOREIGNER marks her debut performance as Make-Up Designer, an event that is quite exciting to Rosemarie. She learned the art of make-up from AACT's greatest make-up designer, Sophie Farah. Rosemarie would like to dedicate her first attempt at make-up design to this superstar. Thanks, Sophie! ANN VANDEMARK (Assistant Director) plays many roles for AACT She choreographed BRIGADOON and MAME, worked props for MUSICAL COMEDY MURDERS OF 1940, was Asst. Director for WONDERFUL lOWN and appeared in ANYTHING GOES, SKIN OF OUR TEETH, GYPSY and MUSIC MAN (Mrs. Paroo). She is Vice-President for Administration for AACTs Board of Directors. With the Dexter Community Players she appeared as Golde (FIDDLER ON THE ROOF), Mammy Yokum (Lf[ ABNER) and Vita Simmons in HARVEY Ann is Director of Clinical Rehabilitation Services for Special Tree, a center for persons with traumatic brain injury. JEFF ZUPAN (Stage Manager) After cavorting about on stage in the Saline Area Player's recent HELLO DOLLY, Jeff is once again where he belongs- backstage, safely out of sight. THE FOREIGNER marks the fifth time in four years Jeff has stood at that little desk in the wings, having annoyed the casts and crews on BORN YESTERDAY, BRIGADOON, PLAY IT AGAIN SAM and LION IN WINTER. When not telling someone when to turn the lights off and on, he also designs and/or builds sets (BORN YESTERDAY. PLAZA SUITE, DROOD), does stuff for Comic Opera Guild, and brews his own beer. The Cast (In Order of Appearance) "Froggy" LeSueur . . . Tim Morley Charlie Baker . . .. Christopher Korow Betty Meeks . ........... . ... Jan Koengeter Rev. David Marshall Lee . . . Christopher R. jacobs Catherine Simms .... Kathleen Davies Owen Musser . . . Thorn Johnson Ellard Simms ............... Fred Bock Townspeople .... David Blixt, Brian Cox, Dwight Smith, Tim Wadhams, Jr., Ed Lesher The Staff Director . Assistant Director. Co-Producer . Co-Producer . Stage Manager . . ........ . ... . Set Designer/Set Builder . .. Conrad Mason . . Ann VanDemark . . Robin Konkle Mays . Cathy )ones ...... jeff Zupan . Wayne Burkhardt Lighting Designer . Mike Limmer Properties ............. . .. Elizabeth Crowe Co-Costumers ... lee Burkhardt, JoAnn Peraino Sound Designer . ...... .... David C. Bloom Make-Up Designer . Rosmarie Rothe Dialect Coach . . ... Mary Alice Smith Acknowledgements Abcat Auto Parts Lee Burkhardt, Program Editor's Assistant Stella and Bob Crowe CoNGRATULATIONs TO T H E vfNN vfRBOR (rvrc 'TH EATRE ON THEIR 1991 SEASON O F 'THEATRI CAL 'TREASURES Pioneers in Research & Technology since 1916 AI Hainen Shirley Mallette Rich Spenar Brian Trumbauer The Crew Stage Crew Set Build/Set Paint Crew Props Lights David Blixt Wayne Burkhardt Ray Jones Dominee Mackenzie Judy Ripple Bob Seeman Betty Wamback Barbara Wells Michelle Trame Mary Bowman Tracy Boyle Dave Mohler Donna Parish-Limmer Kendra Schwartz Roy Schwartz Brian Cox Dwight Smith Tim Wadhams, Jr. Ed Lesher Make-Up Costume Crew Marjorie Cripps Trudy Maglott Sound Larry Kuperman Karen Kellems Scene Synopsis THE PLACE, Betty Meeks' Fishing Lodge Resort, lilghman County, Georgia, U.S.A. THE TIME, The Recent Past ACT! Scene 1: Evening. Scene 2: The following morning ACT II Scene 1: Afternoon, two days later. Scene 2: That evening. There will be one fifteen minute intermission. 11 7 e. liberty DONORS (AS OF 4130/91) AACT extends a special thank you to our 1990-91 Donors and Season Subscribers whose support helped to make our 1990-91 season possible. CORPORATE SPONSOR: First of America Nation.~! Bank of Detroit-Ann Arbor. N.A Charles Reinhart Co.. Realtors Great Lakes Bancorp PRODUCERS CIRCLE: DIRECIDR'S CIRCLE: STAR: Kathleen Harsen Capital Fund AM Snowplow Parke-Davis Mr. and Mrs. Cruse W. Moss FrcdandSarahSteingold Action Rental Center TimberScapes Mr. & Mrs. A. Wayne Burkhan:lt Chris H<~ll & Rick Ashcroft john Man:hello & Donn<~ Kujat DavidandAnneW.1lker Md)'DepartmentStores Zeke Jabbour Capital Fund Robert H. & Judith Dow Alexander Gwen & Loll Proegler CharlotteVanCurler SUPPORTING PLAYER: U>land and Hilda Brown CharlesW.andLucilleCassell Richan:l and joyce Chesbrough Dr. and Dr. Beth K. Clark Robert and Karen Doss Collins Mrs. Lolagene Coombs Charlotte and Robert Copp Mr.andMrs.Jack l.Craven Ca.rol and lynn Deniston The Dobson Family Dr. and Mrs. Edward F. Domino BetteEHis Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Fleming Dr. and Mrs. Arthur B. French Verna A. Goss Mr. B.K.Green The Greene Family Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Herbst Irene Hess Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hurst The Jackson Family lester F. and jean Johns Wilfred and Heidi Kaplan Dr. and Mrs. Paul K£lley Martha and David Krehbiel Charles and Mary Lane FlorcnceMafMuerite Mr. and Mrs. David Matthews DorliMayerson CatherineandNelsonMeade King Michael andSusanA[e:o;ander Kathleen Babcock David C. and L jean Benoit Frederick and Sue Beutler L Ray and Somer Bishop Mrs. Dorothy B!asey Pauline Bordner Mrs. Deming Brown Feme Brown Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown Morton and Raya Brown Mr. and Mrs. William M. Brown Rob Allen and Mary Beth Bruce Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Bunch Mr. and Mrs. Dale E. Burgess Jean Campbell Dr. Ruth Cantieny Mrs. C.A. 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SWEET CHARITY "': Book by Neil Simon, Music by Cy Coleman, Lyrics by Dorothy Fields The Ly dia Mendelssohn Theatre, September 11-14, 1991 •THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER by Kaufman and Hart The Michigan Theate r, Octo ber 16-19, 1991 BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS by Neil Simon The Lydia M endelssohn Theatre, January 22-25, 1992 FENCES by by August Wilson The Lydia Me ndelssohn Thea tre, February 26-29, 1992 SWEENEY TODD Book by Hugh Wheeler, Words & Music by Stephen Sondheim The Power Center, M ay 2().23, 1992 LEND ME A TENOR" by Ken Ludwig The Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, June HHJ, 1992 • Subject to availability. May be replaced with MO RNINGS AT SEVEN by Paul Osborn - Your 1991-92 Season Ticket Order form Name_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Addms _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ City _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ State _ _ Zip _ _ __ Area Code, Telephone N o - - - - - - - - - - Seating Preference: 0 Orchestra 0 Balcony Last year's seats guaranteed if postmarked by 7n5191. 0 Make checks payable to Ann Arbor Civic Theatre. 0 Please charge to my MasterCard/Visa Card No. _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Exp. Date _ _ __ Signature No. Tick. Day Seas. Price Wed. 8:00 p.m. Thurs. 6:110 p.m. Fnday. 6:00p.m. Sat. Matinee, 2:00 p.m. Sat. 6:00 p.m $71.00 $74.110 $62.00 $65.00 $65.00 Tot. Price Seniors (62 and over) also Students (Provide Stud. ION and Name of School) Wed .. 6:00 o.m. Thurs. 8:00 p.m. Sat. Matinee, 2:00 p.m. Contriblllion to AACT 0 tiona! Visa/MasterCard add $50/subscript., Max. fee er order $2.00. Posta e and Handline Total Payment Enclosed or Char ed sso.oo S60.00 S60.00 Send Order To: AACT 91/92 Season 1035 S. Main Street C Ann Arbor. Ml 48104 All performance locations are handicap accessible. .50 Ann Arbor Civic Th eatre· MalnStreet Produ ctions • t:!~Q~ ean by Beth Henley d irect ed b y Audrey LaVelle

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