Friday night at the Zebra Lounge

From Don Hallock — 2000 The Zebra Lounge will be remembered by those who frequented it, as a rather ordinary, dimly lit, smoke-filled watering-hole on the corner of Massachusetts Avenue and Beacon Street. Today it’s known as The Crossroads. For years, in the late ’50s, the Zebra served as an after-work hangout for Boston University…

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Ron Russell-Tutty

From Ron Russell-Tutty — 10/21/2000 I will never forget that late summer afternoon in 1959 when I entered the crew “lounge” and was stunned to see that Bob Schwartz and I were the first two interns in our class to be given directing assignments. Mine was for that very night! Louis Lyons and the News…

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Reunion 2018: Guestbook – By date

Final List – RSVPs received as of October 16, 2018 Here are our RSVPs, in order of receipt, with the most recent at the bottom. You can also see this list in alphabetical order. Regrets are here. This page is not being updated after October 16, even if you sent an RSVP. Please contact Jay…

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Russell Connor

From Fred Barzyk Russell Connor was the Museum of Fine Arts TV host for WGBH’s series called Museum Open House (1963-67). Russ appeared on many other shows on WGBH. He even was the willing host of the famous Crew Training Tape of 1967. Russ worked with the New York State Council on the Arts and…

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Reunion 2015 Guestbook (by date)

Please let us know if you’re planning on attending by sending an RSVP! Want to see if a colleague has sent an RSVP? Check out our list in alphabetical order RSVPs received as of April 30, 2015 – In order of receipt Most recent RSVPs are at the bottom, just before the comments. Timestamp Your first name Your…

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In Memoriam

As of September 20, 2018 Fran Abramowicz John Ackles Lillian Akel Ambrosino Ken Anderson Sharon Angert James Armsey Bill Aucoin Rose Baboulian Dasal Banks Bob Baram Lew Barlow Pat Barnard Virginia Bartlett Jean Becton Leonard Bernstein Virginia Biggy Kate Billings Walter Bischoff Al Boyns Beatrice Braude Jeanne Brodeur Howard Brown Leigh Brown Kirk Browning Werner…

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Who Was There

Here are the folks who were at the gathering. Thanks to WGBH’s Steve Wasserman for keeping this list for us! Jon Abbott Michael Ambrosino Joe Anderson Jane Arsham Debra Ashton Steve Atlas David Atwood Edye Baker Steve Baker Harris Barron Ros Barron Fred Barzyk Alison Bassett Henry Becton Ron Blau Herb Bloom Bruce Bordett Cynthia…

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Studio A (1967)

From David Atwood David Atwood (camera) and Steve Potter (dolly) shooting a 1967 production starring Lotte Lenya (Dave Davis directing). The monstrously unwieldy and notoriously unstable TK-60 camera, sporting a turret of four fixed lenses, is the last black and white model that RCA ever made. These guys are operating the equally unwieldy (though beloved)…

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