Civilians Who Run Full-Page Ads in the New York Times (Carole L. Haber Edition)

The hardworking staff has no idea who paid for this ad in yesterday’s New York Times, but it’s awfully sweet.

 

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From her WestportNow obituary:

In 1975, she played a key role in the founding of the talent agency, Creative Artists, and continued on in her career to co-produce numerous award winning Broadway shows including “Next Fall,” “Journey’s End,” “Evita,” “Big Fish,” and Monty Pythons “Spamalot.”

We happened to see both Journey’s End back in 2007 and the original production of Evita with the divine Patti LuPone. They were fabulous.

So, apparently, was Carole L. Haber.

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One Response to Civilians Who Run Full-Page Ads in the New York Times (Carole L. Haber Edition)

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