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'Visionary' programmer bets he can fill up those seats

Chicago Tribune, August 31, 1986, by Sid Smith

"When I first got involved in this kind of thing back in 1970 they called me a lunatic," says Ray Shepardson, executive producer and general manager of Chicago Theatre Productions.  "Now, I'm a visionary."

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