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Stevens at Frank J. Directed by George Keathley. Book by Harley Granville-Barker. Directed by Henry Stillman. Originally produced and directed by Alfred de Liagre, Jr. Produced by Henry Miller and W. Book by Hermann Sudermann.
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Various productions - c. Music by Heitor Villa-Lobos. Lyrics by Robert Wright and George Forrest.
Directed by Jules Dassin. Choreographed by Jack Cole. Directed by Lawrence Watson. Music and lyrics by William Roy. Choreographed by June Graham. Directed by Morton Da Costa. Choreographed by Brian MacDonald.
Music and lyrics by Lionel Bart. Directed by Ted Kotcheff. Choreographed by Paddy Stone. Various productions - 15 starring Rose Stahl.
Book by George Kelly. Produced by Alexander H. Directed by Michael Gordon. Produced by Max R. Choreographed by Ed Hutchison. Phipps and Russell Medcraft. Directed by Edgar Kloten. Music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz. Magic created by Doug Henning. Book by Emmet Lavery. Crane, Minnie Doysel, Louise Hawthorne, etc. Produced by Alfred E. Directed by Ira Hards. Directed by Carl Shain. Billed with "Where Shall I Dine? Directed by Peter Brook. Music by Robert Hood Bowers. Directed by Charles Marks.
Choreographed by Jack Mason. Book by Claire Parrish. Produced at the Great Northern Theatre No location listed - c. Directed by Dale Wasserman. Music by Reginald De Koven. Directed by Klaw and Erlanger. Billed with "My Wife! Produced at the Theatre Royal, Liverpool Billed with "The Waterman". Billed with "The Pannel". Book and lyrics by Raymond W. Music by Percy Wenrich. Produced at the American Theatre St. Directed by Walter Wilson. Choreographed by Robert Marks.
Book by Jean Genet. Billed with "The Widow" by Edwin Honig. Carroll and Frank Dumont. Directed by Whitaker and Crossley. Book by Beaumont and Fletcher.
Billed with "Fontainebleau," ""Her Masquerade," etc. De Mille and Charles Barnard. Book by Jean Paul Sartre. Directed by Marie-Louise Thyss. Produced by Daniel Frohman at various theatres - 91 starring E. Book by George Bernard Shaw. Produced by John D. Directed by Frederick Burleigh. Choreographed by Duncan Noble. Music and lyrics by Hugh Martin.
Directed and choreographed by John C. Book by John Murray Anderson. Music by Henry Sullivan.
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Lyrics by Ira Leff. Directed by John Murray Anderson. Choreographed by Richard Barstow. Music by Richard Lewine.
Produced by Joseph M. Choreographed by Lee Sherman. Directed by John Van Druten. Book by Frederick Lansing Day.
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Book by Alfred Sutro. Woodward at the Century Theatre St. Music by Helen Porter. Directed by Julia Limer.
Directed by Tyrone Guthrie. Directed by Bob Murphy. Directed by Alan Schneider. Book by James Thurber and Elliott Nugent. Originally produced and directed by Herman Shumlin. Book by Jacob S. Directed by Augustin Duncan. Book by Bess Codling. Directed by Fred Benjamin. Clair, Telsa Hamlin, Greg Mirkus, etc. Various productions - starring Louise Pitre, David W. Directed by Priestly Morrison. Book by Richard Carle. Music by Alfred E. Aarons and Herman Perlet.
New musical numbers by Carl Kiefert and J. We ask for your immediate intervention for thousands more prisoners who will continue to suffer needlessly unless a broader clemency plan is implemented. Our foremost concern is that very few women are receiving clemency.
This seems to be the result of gender bias. Women are far likelier than men to be serving long sentences because of the drugs a spouse or partner sold, due to broad application of the conspiracy law but the converse is not true.
Few men, if any, ended up with 20 years to life based on illicit activity attributed to a wife or girlfriend. Sadly, only 68 out of 1, clemency recipients to date have been women.
Melissa Trigg, for example, has perfect institutional conduct, had no prior convictions, and meets all the criteria of Clemency Project CP She was previously addicted to meth- amphetamine, pled guilty and has served 10 years of a year mandatory minimum sentence.
Her father is suffering with stage-four lung cancer, and her mother also has cancer. Her story epitomizes the need for criminal justice reform. Yet her application for clemency was denied. Many first offenders and marijuana prisoners applying for clemency are also being denied. For example, Craig Cesal first offender and Ferrell Scott are both serving life without parole for pot, despite having been vetted and approved by CP Crystal Munoz has served almost 10 years for a marijuana conspiracy charge; she has two young daughters who dreamed of spending the holidays with their mom.
We ask that you reconsider your decision to deny clemency for the following women: Therefore, we wish to address these inconsistencies and search for cases that have slipped through the cracks. We realize OPA has a daunting task and is under tremendous pressure, yet time is running out. Federal prisoners were urged to file for clemency based on the reasonable expectation of careful, fair examination of their applications. This could best be achieved if OPA employed as many attorneys with defense backgrounds as it does former or current prosecutors.Carol Burnett and Robin Williams -The Funeral
Your senior advisor Valerie Jarrett referred to protests in front of the White House, then added: We respectfully request a meeting with a representative from the White House, Deputy Attorney General Yates and Deputy Pardon Attorney Larry Kupers to express our concerns about worthy candidates whose applications are either denied or remain pending.