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Ain’t Misbehavin (Vancouver)

AIN’T MISBEHAVIN’, The New FATS WALLER Musical Show Based on an idea by Murray Horwitz and Richard Maltby, Jr. played at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre in 1994. Orchestrations & Arrangements by Luther Henderson; Vocal & Music Concepts By Jeffrey Gutcheon; Vocal Arrangements By Jeffrey Gutcheon & William Elliott; Originally Choreographed by Arthur Faria; Conceived and Originally Directed by Richard Maltby, Jr.

Produced by Pace Theatrical Group, Magic Promotions and Theatricals and Manny Kladitis in association with The Sterling/Winters Company; Originally Produced by The Manhattan Theatre Club; Originally Produced on Broadway by Emanuel Azenberg, Dasha Epstein, The Shubert Organization, Jane Gaynor & Ron Dante

Directed and Choreographed by Arthur Faria; Scenic design by John Lee Beatty; costumes designed by Bob Mackie; lighting designed by Pat Collins Sound Design by Peter Fitzgerald and music direction by William Foster McDaniel; Production Supervisor Arthur Siccardi; Production Stage Manager Todd Randall; Music Contractor William Meade; General Management by Niko Associates, Inc.; Associate Producers Stephen Roseberry, Steve Rosenblum, Brian Panella & Konrad Leh and National Press Representatives Boneau/Bryan-Brown

Starring The Pointer Sisters: Ruth Pointer, Anita Pointer & June Pointer with Eugene Barry-Hill and Michael-Leon Wooley

Headquarters Entertainment CorpAs CEO of Headquarters Entertainment Corporation (“HQE”) in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.  In addition to producing and presenting shows in Canada and on Broadway, HQE also managed group sales and marketing promotion for the majority of Broadway musical theatre tours on behalf of various presenters in the mid 1990’s.

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Queen Elizabeth Theatre VancouverThe Queen Elizabeth Theatre at 630 Hamilton Street, Vancouver, officially opened on July 5, 1959. The building holds two venues: the 2,765 seat main auditorium which has a  70′ wide x 40′ deep stage, and the 668 seat Playhouse Theatre. Owned by the City of Vancouver and operated by Vancouver Civic Theatres, the impact of the theatre was immediate and profound: for the first time, major roadshows staged across the U.S. border in Seattle were compelled to extend their tours to Vancouver.

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