AMENDED AND RESTATED ACQUISITION AGREEMENT

 

                AMENDED AND RESTATED ACQUISITION AGREEMENT

                  AMENDED AND RESTATED ACQUISITION AGREEMENT, dated as of the
21st day of March, 1996, by and among The Marquee Group, Inc., a Delaware
corporation, having an office at 150 East 58th Street, New York, New York
10155 ("Marquee"); Athletes and Artists, Inc., a New York corporation, having
an office at 421 Seventh Avenue, Suite 1410, New York, New York 10001
("Athletes"); Arthur Kaminsky ("Kaminsky") and Louis J. Oppenheim
("Oppenheim"), individuals having an address at 421 Seventh Avenue, New York,
New York 10001 (Kaminsky and Oppenheim are collectively referred to herein as
the "Sellers" and individually as a "Seller"); Robert Gutkowski ("Gutkowski"),
an individual having an address at 152 West 57th Street, New York, New York
10019; and The Sillerman Companies, Inc. ("TSC"), a corporation having an
address at 150 East 58th Street, New York, New York 10155.

                  WHEREAS, Marquee and Athletes have entered into a letter
agreement dated December 7, 1995 (the "Letter Agreement"), whereby Marquee has
agreed to acquire Athletes, and Athletes has agreed to be acquired by Marquee,
on the terms and conditions hereinafter set forth;

                  WHEREAS, the boards of directors and stockholders of Marquee
and Athletes each have adopted resolutions declaring advisable the acquisition
of Athletes by Marquee on the terms and conditions hereinafter set forth,
whereby the outstanding Common Stock of Athletes will be converted into Common
Stock of Marquee and cash in a transaction which, when considered with other
related transactions occurring on or about the same time, is intended to
qualify as a tax-free exchange to the extent of the receipt of stock of
Marquee under Section 351 of the United States Internal Revenue Code of 1986,
as amended (the "Code"); and

                  WHEREAS, the parties hereto have previously entered into an
Amended and Restated Acquisition Agreement, dated as of March 21, 1996, and
such parties deem it to be in their respective best interests to amend and
restate certain provisions in such agreement and, to that end, the parties
hereby amend and restate such agreement.

                  NOW, THEREFORE, the parties to this Agreement agree as
follows:

                              SECTION 1 -- MERGER

                  1.1 Agreement to Merger. Subject to the terms and conditions
herein set forth, Athletes and Marquee agree to effect a merger (the "Merger")
of a wholly-owned subsidiary of Marquee to be formed for the purpose of
effecting the Merger (the "Subsidiary") with and into Athletes, with Athletes
as the surviving corporation, in accordance with the Agreement and Plan of
Merger attached hereto as Exhibit A (the "Merger Agreement").

                  1.2 Purchase Price. The aggregate purchase price for all of
the issued and outstanding shares of capital stock of Athletes shall be
$3,500,000, which shall be payable in accordance with the provisions set forth
in Section 10.3 hereof, and that number of shares of the Common Stock, par
value $.01 per share (the "Common Stock"), of Marquee as is equal to
three-thirteenths (3/13) of the total number of shares of Common Stock of
Marquee held by (i) the shareholders of Athletes, (ii) the shareholders of
SMTI (as defined in Section 4.3 hereof), (iii) Gutkowski and (iv) TSC in the
aggregate (collectively, the "Management Stock") immediately after the Closing
Date (as defined in Section 10.1 hereof). If necessary, on or prior to the
Closing Date, Marquee will make whatever adjustments in its issued and
outstanding shares of Common Stock as are required so that, immediately after
the Closing Date, the shareholders of Athletes will own, in the aggregate,
that number of shares of Common Stock of Marquee equal to three-thirteenths
(3/13) of the total number of shares of Management Stock.

                  1.3 Marquee Common Stock. Marquee will make available to
Subsidiary a sufficient number of shares of Common Stock of Marquee and a
sufficient amount of cash in order to effect the Merger pursuant to the Merger
Agreement.

                  1.4 Per Share Purchase Price. The number of shares of Common
Stock of Marquee to be received for each issued and outstanding share of
capital stock of Athletes, as set forth in Section 2.2 of the Merger
Agreement, shall be calculated on or prior to the Closing Date.

                 SECTION 2 -- CONVERSION OF STOCK OF ATHLETES

                  2.1 Conversion of Shares. The manner of converting the
shares of Athletes into shares of Common Stock of Marquee and cash shall be as
set forth in Section 2 of the Merger Agreement.

    SECTION 3 -- REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES OF THE SELLERS AND ATHLETES

                  The Sellers and Athletes jointly and severally represent and
warrant to Marquee that:

                  3.1 Organization and Good Standing. Athletes is a
corporation duly organized, validly existing, and in good standing under the
laws of the State of New York and has corporate power to own its property and
to carry on its business as it is now being conducted. Copies of Athletes'
Certificate of Incorporation and Bylaws (certified to be correct by the
Secretary of Athletes) have been delivered to Marquee and are complete and
correct as at the date hereof. Athletes' minute books contain a complete and
accurate record of all meetings and other corporate action of its shareholders
and board of directors.

                  3.2 Capitalization. Athletes' authorized capital stock
consists of 20,000 shares of Common Stock, par value $1.00 per share, 15 of
which are issued and outstanding. No shares are held in Athletes' treasury.
All of the outstanding shares of Common Stock of Athletes are validly issued,
fully paid, and nonassessable. There are no outstanding options, agreements,
contracts, calls,

or commitments of any character which would require the issuance by Athletes
of any capital stock. All of the issued and outstanding Common Stock of
Athletes are owned by Kaminsky and Oppenheim, free and clear of any liens,
claims or encumbrances of any nature. Their ownership of shares of Common
Stock of Athletes is as set forth below:

                 NAME                             NO. OF SHARES
                 ----                             -------------
          Arthur Kaminsky                               10
          Louis J. Oppenheim                             5

                  3.3 Subsidiaries. Athletes has no subsidiaries, nor does it
have an ownership interest in any partnership, corporation, association or
other business entity.

                  3.4 Financial Statements. Athletes has delivered to Marquee
copies of the following financial statements, all of which have been prepared
in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles consistently
applied throughout the periods indicated:

                           (1)      1995 Financial Statements.  Balance sheet
of Athletes as of December 31, 1995 (the "Athletes Balance Sheet"), together
with the related statement of operations, which present fairly as of their
date the financial condition of Athletes and its results of operations for the
period indicated and which are unaudited. The parties hereto acknowledge their
understanding that the retained earnings, if any, of Athletes have been paid
out as compensation prior to the date hereof.

                           (2)      1993 and 1994 Financial Statements. Balance
sheet of Athletes as of December 31, 1993 and 1994, together with the related
statements of operations, which present fairly as of their date the financial
condition of Athletes and its results of operations for the periods indicated
and which have been audited by independent certified public accountants.

                  3.5 Absence of Undisclosed Liabilities. Athletes did not
have at the date of the Athletes Balance Sheet any liabilities or obligations,
secured or unsecured (whether accrued, absolute, contingent, or otherwise), of
a nature that would be reflected or reserved against in a corporate balance
sheet or disclosed in the notes thereto prepared in accordance with generally
accepted accounting principles that are not reflected or reserved against in
the Athletes Balance Sheet or disclosed in the notes thereto.

                  3.6 Absence of Certain Changes. There have not been since
the date of the Athletes Balance Sheet any changes of the following nature:

                           (1)      Business, properties and financial 
condition. Any material adverse change in Athletes' properties, business,
financial condition, or results of operations.

                           (2)      Capital stock: options, dividends and so 
forth. Any change in the authorized, issued, or outstanding capital stock of
Athletes; any granting of any stock option or right

to purchase shares of capital stock or any issuance of any security
convertible into shares of capital stock of Athletes; any purchase,
redemption, retirement, or other acquisition of any shares of capital stock by
Athletes; any agreement to do any of the foregoing; or any declaration,
setting aside, or payment of any dividend or other distribution in respect of
the capital stock of Athletes.

                           (3)      Sales, leases, borrowings and so forth. Any
sale or lease of Athletes' property or assets with an original cost in excess
of $10,000 for any single item or any mortgage or pledge of any properties or
assets of Athletes, or any borrowing incurred, assumed, or guaranteed by
Athletes.

                           (4)      Employee benefit plans and certain 
salaries. Any employment contract in excess of $50,000 per year, bonus, stock
option, profit sharing, pension, retirement, incentive, medical, health,
disability, other employee benefits or similar arrangement or plan instituted,
agreed to, or amended, nor any contributions or other payments made (nor
contribution or other obligations incurred) with respect to existing
arrangements and plans of the aforementioned types, except in accordance with
past practices (and no such plans have any unfunded liability).

                  3.7 Litigation and so forth. Except as set forth on Schedule
13 described in Section 3.8(13) hereof, there is no litigation, proceeding, or
governmental investigation pending or, to the knowledge of Athletes,
threatened against or relating to Athletes, its properties or business or the
transactions contemplated by this Agreement; nor, to the knowledge of
Athletes, is there any reasonable basis for any such actions or for any
claims; and Athletes is not a party to or subject to the provisions of any
judicial decree or judgment or any order of any governmental agency.

                  3.8 Lists of properties, contracts and so forth. Athletes
has delivered to Marquee lists or summary descriptions (certified as correct
to the best of their knowledge by authorized officers of Athletes), each of
which is complete and accurate in all material respects as of the date hereof,
of the following:

                           (1)      Real property.  All real property owned of
record or beneficially or leased by Athletes ("Schedule 1"), accompanied by
copies of the deeds, title insurance policies, and leases relating thereto.

                           (2)      Other property.  Inventories and tangible
fixed assets, as shown on Athletes' books, showing, with respect to
inventories, the amounts of raw materials, work-in-process, and finished
goods, and with respect to fixed assets, the total of each of the following
categories: leasehold improvements, machinery and equipment, furniture and
fixtures, and automotive equipment ("Schedule 2").

                           (3)      Insurance policies.  All policies of
insurance with respect to Athletes' properties, buildings, machinery,
equipment, furniture, fixtures, operations, and the lives of its directors,
officers, and employees ("Schedule 3").

                           (4)      Certain leases and contracts.  Each 
existing lease, contract, or other commitment of Athletes involving an
aggregate payment by Athletes of more than $25,000 or to Athletes of more than
$50,000 other than leases, contracts, or commitments furnished pursuant to
other paragraphs of this Section 3.8 ("Schedule 4").

                           (5)      Certain salaried employees.  The names and
1995 annual compensation of Athletes' directors, officers, employees, and
agents whose annual rate of compensation for 1995 was $50,000 or more
("Schedule 5").

                           (6)      Labor contracts.  Each existing labor
contract to which Athletes is a party ("Schedule 6").

                           (7)      Intellectual property.  All of Athletes' 
patents, trademarks, trade names, service marks, service names, copyrights,
and registrations and applications therefor; and all patent, trademark, trade
name, service mark, service name, or copyright licenses, assignments, or
royalty agreements to which Athletes is a party ("Schedule 7").

                           (8)      Profit sharing plans and so forth.  All
employment contracts, bonus, stock option, profit sharing, pension,
retirement, incentive, medical, health, disability or other employee benefit
plans or arrangements of Athletes ("Schedule 8").

                           (9)      Banks.  The name of each bank in which 
Athletes has an account or safe deposit box, and the names of all persons
authorized to draw thereon or having access thereto ("Schedule 9").

                           (10)     Powers of attorney.  The names of all 
persons, if any, holding powers of attorney from Athletes ("Schedule 10").

                           (11)     Loan and credit agreements and so forth. 
All mortgages, indentures, promissory notes, deeds of trust, loan or credit
agreements, or similar instruments to which Athletes is a party, and all
amendments or modifications of any thereof ("Schedule 11"), with a statement
of any as to which there is any existing default by Athletes.

                           (12)     Employee stock options.  The names of all 
persons holding employee stock options to purchase shares of capital stock of
Athletes and, with respect to each, the date of grant or issue, the expiration
date, the number and class of shares subject thereto, and the purchase price
("Schedule 12").

                           (13)     Litigation.  Each lawsuit, administrative
proceeding, or arbitration to which Athletes is a party (whether as plaintiff,
defendant, or otherwise), including the damages or relief sought therein, the
name of counsel for Athletes in charge of such matter, and its current status
("Schedule 13").

                           (14)     Material assets.  A list of every material
asset used by Athletes in the conduct of its business that is not either owned
by Athletes or leased by or licensed to it under an agreement listed on
Schedules 1 through 13 ("Schedule 14").

                           (15)     Other contracts and commitments.  Every
contract and commitment (not listed on other schedules delivered to Marquee
pursuant to this Section 3.8) that Athletes would be required to file or
describe in a Registration Statement on Form S-1 filed by Athletes under the
Securities Act of 1933 Act, as amended ("Schedule 15").

                  3.9 Title. With respect to the property listed in Schedules
1 and 2, Athletes has good and marketable title to the real property stated to
be owned by it, has good title to the leasehold interests in real property
stated to be held by it, and good title to all of the tangible property stated
to be owned by it, in each case free and clear of all liens and encumbrances,
except for (1) liens and encumbrances disclosed in Schedules 1 and 2; (2) the
lien of current taxes not yet due and payable; and (3) such liens by operation
of law and such imperfections of title, and other liens and encumbrances, if
any, as are not substantial in character, amount, or extent and do not
interfere with the present or future use by Athletes of the properties subject
thereto or affected thereby.

                  Athletes has received no notice of violation of any
applicable zoning regulation, ordinance, or other law, order, regulation, or
requirement relating to its operations or its properties and, so far as is
known to Athletes (1) there is no such violation of a material nature and (2)
all buildings and structures used by Athletes substantially conform with all
applicable ordinances, codes, and regulations.

                  Except as stated in Schedule 7, Athletes (1) has clear
record title to the patents, trademarks, trade names, service marks, service
names, and copyrights, and registrations and applications therefor, and
copyright registrations listed in Schedule 7 as owned by it; (2) has not
entered into any agreements, contracts, or licenses that would impair free and
unencumbered use by Marquee of the patents, trademarks, trade names, service
marks, service names, or copyrights enumerated in Schedule 7; (3) does not
know of any asserted infringement by it of any patent, trademark, trade name,
service mark, service name, or copyright of another; and (4) does not believe
that it is infringing a patent, trademark, trade name, service mark, service
name, or copyright of another.

                  3.10 Tax Returns. Except for liabilities with respect to
taxes and interest thereon, to which reference is made in notes to the
Athletes Balance Sheet, the provision for taxes therein is sufficient for the
payment of all accrued and unpaid federal, state, county, and local taxes of
Athletes (including any penalties or interest payable in respect of such
taxes), whether or not disputed, for the period ended December 31, 1995, and
for all fiscal years prior thereto.

                  3.11 No Violation. The execution of this Agreement and the
Merger Agreement does not, and performance hereof and thereof will not,
violate the provisions of Athletes' Certificate of Incorporation, Bylaws, or
any indenture, agreement, or other instrument to which Athletes is a

party, except insofar as any such instrument may require consent by a lender,
mortgagee, lessor, or other party to such actions, whose consent Athletes
agrees to obtain before the Closing Date.

                  3.12 Authorization. The execution, delivery, and performance
of this Agreement and the Merger Agreement have been duly authorized and
approved by Athletes' board of directors and by all of Athletes' shareholders;
this Agreement and the Merger Agreement and the consummation of the
transactions contemplated herein and therein have been duly and validly
authorized by all necessary corporate action on the part of Athletes; and this
Agreement is, and (upon execution and delivery as provided herein) the Merger
Agreement will be, binding upon and enforceable against Athletes in accordance
with their respective terms.

                  3.13 General. None of the representations or warranties made
by the Sellers or Athletes in this Agreement are false or misleading with
respect to any material fact or omit to state any material fact necessary in
order to make the statements therein contained not misleading.

           SECTION 4 -- REPRESENTATIONS, WARRANTIES, COVENANTS, AND
                   AGREEMENTS OF GUTKOWSKI, TSC AND MARQUEE

                  Gutkowski, TSC and Marquee jointly and severally represent
and warrant to, and covenant and agree with, Athletes and the Sellers that:

                  4.1 Organization and Good Standing. Marquee is a corporation
duly organized, validly existing and in good standing under the laws of the
State of Delaware and has corporate power to own its property and to carry on
its business as it is now being conducted. At the Closing Date Subsidiary will
be a corporation duly organized, validly existing and in good standing under
the laws of the State of New York and have corporate power to own its property
and to carry on its business as it is then being conducted. Copies of
Marquee's Certificate of Incorporation and Bylaws (certified to be correct by
the Secretary of Marquee) have been delivered to Athletes and are complete and
correct as of the date hereof. Marquee's minute books contain a complete and
accurate record of all meetings and other corporate action of its shareholders
and board of directors. On or prior to the Closing Date Marquee will deliver
to Athletes copies of Subsidiary's Certificate of Incorporation and Bylaws
(certified to be correct by an officer of Subsidiary), which shall be complete
and correct as of the date of such delivery. On the Closing Date Subsidiary's
minute books will contain a complete and accurate record of all meetings and
other corporate action of its shareholders and board of directors.

                  4.2 Capitalization. Marquee's authorized capital stock
consists of 1,000 shares of Common Stock, par value $.01 per share, all of
which are issued and outstanding. No shares are held in Marquee's treasury.
All of the outstanding shares of Common Stock of Marquee are validly issued,
fully paid, and nonassessable. All of the shares of capital stock of
Subsidiary to be issued will be validly issued, fully paid and nonassessable.
Other than Marquee's pending agreements regarding a private placement as
described in Marquee's Confidential Term Sheet dated July 30, 1996, and its
initial public offering, there are no outstanding options, agreements,
contracts, calls,

or commitments of any character which would require the issuance by Marquee or
Subsidiary of any capital stock (it being understood that Marquee may, prior
to the Closing Date, issue stock, options or warrants to key employees of or
advisors to Marquee (other than Gutkowski, TSC or any of their affiliates)).
All of the issued and outstanding Common Stock of Marquee is owned by
Gutkowski, TSC and Martin Ehrlich. Their ownership of shares of Common Stock
of Marquee is as set forth below:

                  Name                             No. of Shares
                  ----                             -------------
           Robert Gutkowski                             333
           The Sillerman Companies, Inc.                666
           Martin Ehrlich                                 1

All of Subsidiary's outstanding shares of Common Stock will be owned by
Marquee.

                  4.3 Subsidiaries. Marquee has no subsidiaries, nor does it
have an ownership interest in any partnership, corporation, association, or
other business entity (it being understood that prior to the Closing Date
Marquee (a) will form and own two wholly-owned subsidiaries, Subsidiary and a
wholly-owned subsidiary to be formed for the purpose of effecting the
acquisition of Sports Marketing & Television International, Inc., a
Connecticut corporation ("SMTI"), by Marquee by the merger of such subsidiary
with and into SMTI, and (b) may acquire all of the outstanding capital stock
of The Marquee Group, a Sports, News and Entertainment Company, Inc., a New
York corporation ("Marquee NY") for a purchase price not to exceed $1,000).
Subsidiary will not have any subsidiaries, nor will it have an ownership
interest in any partnership, corporation, association, or other business
entity. Marquee NY does not have any subsidiaries, nor does it have any
ownership interest in any partnership, corporation, association, or other
business entity.

                  4.4 Financial Statements. Marquee has delivered to Athletes
a copy of an unaudited operating income statement of Marquee as of December
31, 1995 (the "Marquee Balance Sheet") and an unaudited operating income
statement of Marquee NY as of December 31, 1995 (the "Marquee NY Balance
Sheet"), together with the related balance sheet, which present fairly as of
their date the financial condition of Marquee and Marquee NY and their results
of operations for the periods indicated. On or prior to the Closing Date
Marquee will deliver to Athletes a copy of a balance sheet of Subsidiary as of
a date no more than ninety (90) days prior thereto (the "Subsidiary Balance
Sheet"), together with the related statement of operations, which shall
present fairly as of their date the financial condition of Subsidiary and its
results of operations for the period indicated.

                  4.5 Absence of Undisclosed Liabilities. Marquee did not have
at the date of the Marquee Balance Sheet, Marquee NY did not have at the date
of the Marquee NY Balance Sheet, and Subsidiary will not have at the date of
the Subsidiary Balance Sheet, any liabilities or

obligations, secured or unsecured (whether accrued, absolute, contingent, or
otherwise), of a nature that would be reflected or reserved against in a
corporate balance sheet or disclosed in the notes thereto prepared in
accordance with generally accepted accounting principles that are not
reflected or reserved against in such balance sheets or disclosed in the notes
thereto.

                  4.6 Absence of Certain Changes. There have not been since
the date of the Marquee Balance Sheet and the Marquee NY Balance Sheet, and at
the Closing Date there will not have been since the date of the Subsidiary
Balance Sheet, any changes of the following nature:

                           (1)      Business, properties and financial 
condition. Any material adverse change in Marquee's, Marquee NY's or
Subsidiary's properties, business, financial condition, or results of
operations.

                           (2)      Capital stock: options, dividends and so 
forth. Any change in the authorized, issued, or outstanding capital stock of
Marquee, Marquee NY or Subsidiary; any granting of any stock option or right
to purchase shares of capital stock or any issuance of any security
convertible into shares of capital stock by Marquee, Marquee NY or Subsidiary
(except as contemplated by Section 4.6(4) hereof and as described on Schedule
A (as defined in Section 4.8(1) hereof)); any purchase, redemption,
retirement, or other acquisition of any shares of capital stock by Marquee,
Marquee NY or Subsidiary; other than Marquee's agreements regarding a private
placement as described in Marquee's Confidential Term Sheet dated July 30,
1996, and its initial public offering, any agreement to do any of the
foregoing; or any declaration, setting aside, of payment of any dividend or
other distribution in respect of the capital stock of Marquee, Marquee NY or
Subsidiary.

                           (3)      Sales, leases, borrowings and so forth.  
Any sale or lease of Marquee or Subsidiary's property or assets with an
original cost in excess of $10,000 for any single item or any mortgage or
pledge of any properties or assets of Marquee or Subsidiary, or any borrowing
incurred, assumed, or guaranteed by Marquee or Subsidiary.

                           (4)      Employee benefit plans and certain 
salaries. Except for Marquee's employment agreement, dated March 21, 1996,
with Gutkowski and Marquee's employment agreement, dated May 9, 1996, with
Martin Ehrlich, any employment contract in excess of $50,000 per year, bonus,
stock option, profit sharing, pension, retirement, incentive, medical, health,
disability, other employee benefit or similar arrangement or plan instituted,
agreed to, or amended (it being understood that Marquee may, prior to the
Closing Date, (a) issue stock, options or warrants to key employees of or
advisors to Marquee (other than Gutkowski, TSC or any of their affiliates) and
(b) to the extent it has not already done so obtain medical and dental
insurance of the type required by Section 6 of the employment agreements
contemplated by Section 8.6 and 9.6 hereof); nor any contributions or other
payments made (nor contributions or other obligations incurred) with respect
to existing arrangements and plans of the aforementioned types, except in
accordance with past practices (and no such plans have any unfunded
liability).

                  4.7 Litigation and so forth. There is no litigation,
proceeding, or governmental investigation pending or, to the knowledge of
Marquee, threatened against or relating to Marquee or Marquee NY or any of
their properties or businesses or the transactions contemplated by this
Agreement; nor, to the knowledge of Marquee, is there any reasonable basis for
such actions or for any claims; and neither Marquee nor Marquee NY is a party
to or subject to the provisions of any judicial decree or judgment or any
order of any governmental agency.

                  4.8 List of Properties, Contracts and So Forth. Marquee has
delivered to Athletes lists or summary descriptions with respect to Marquee
and Marquee NY, and on or prior to the Closing Date Marquee will deliver to
Athletes lists or summary descriptions with respect to Subsidiary (in each
case certified as correct to the best of their knowledge by authorized
officers of the relevant entity), each of which is or will be complete and
correct in all material respects as of the date set out therein, of the
following:

                           (1)      Certain leases and contracts.  Each lease,
contract or other commitment of Marquee, Marquee NY or Subsidiary involving an
aggregate payment by any of them of more than $25,000 or to any of them of
more than $50,000 or extending beyond twelve (12) .months from the date of
delivery of such lists or summary descriptions (whether or not terminable at
the option of any party at an earlier date) other than leases, contracts, or
commitments furnished pursuant to other paragraphs of this Section 4.8
("Schedule A").

                           (2)      Certain salaried employees.  The names and
annual salary rates as of the date of this Agreement of Marquee's, Marquee
NY's and Subsidiary's directors, officers, employees, and agents whose annual
rate of compensation at such date was $50,000 or more ("Schedule B").

                           (3)      Loan and credit agreements and so forth.  
All mortgages, indentures, promissory notes, deeds of trust, loan or credit
agreements, or similar agreements to which Marquee, Marquee NY or Subsidiary
is a party, and all amendments or modifications of any thereof ("Schedule C"),
with a statement of any as to which there is any existing default by Marquee,
Marquee NY or Subsidiary.

                           (4)      Employee stock options.  The names of all
persons holding employee stock options to purchase shares of capital stock of
Marquee, Marquee or Subsidiary and, with respect to each, the date of grant or
issue, the expiration date, the number and class of shares subject thereto,
and the purchase price ("Schedule D").

                           (5)      Litigation.  Each lawsuit, administrative
proceeding, or arbitration to which Marquee, Marquee NY or Subsidiary is a
party (whether as plaintiff, defendant or otherwise), including the damages or
relief sought therein, the name of counsel for Marquee, Marquee NY or
Subsidiary in charge of such matter, and its current status ("Schedule E").

                           (6)      Other contracts and commitments.  Every 
contract and commitment (not listed on other schedules delivered to Athletes
pursuant to this Section 4.8) that Marquee, Marquee NY or Subsidiary would be
required to file or describe in a Registration Statement on Form S-1 filed by
Marquee or Subsidiary under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended ("Schedule
F").

                  4.9 Tax Returns. Marquee and Marquee NY have, and prior to
the Closing Date Subsidiary will have, timely filed all tax returns required
to be filed by them and paid all taxes required to be paid for all fiscal
periods prior hereto (in the case of Marquee or Marquee NY) or prior to the
Closing Date (in the case of Subsidiary).

                  4.10 No Violation. Marquee's execution of this Agreement
does not and Subsidiary's execution of the Merger Agreement will not, and the
performance hereof and thereof will not, violate the provisions of Marquee's
or Subsidiary's Certificate of Incorporation, Bylaws or any indenture,
agreement, or other instrument to which Marquee is or Subsidiary will be a
party, except insofar as any such instrument may require consent by a lender,
mortgagee, lessor, or other party to such actions, whose consent Marquee or
Subsidiary agree to obtain before the Closing Date.

                  4.11 Authorization. The execution, delivery, and performance
of this Agreement have been duly authorized and approved by Marquee's board of
directors and by all of its shareholders and the Merger Agreement will be
approved by Subsidiary's board of directors and all of its shareholders; this
Agreement and the consummation of the transactions contemplated herein have
been duly and validly authorized by all necessary corporate action on the part
of Marquee; the Merger Agreement and the consummation of the transactions
contemplated therein will be duly and validly authorized by all necessary
corporate action on the part of Subsidiary; and this Agreement is, and, with
respect to Subsidiary, the Merger Agreement (upon execution and delivery as
provided herein) will be, binding upon and enforceable against Marquee or
Subsidiary, as the case may be, in accordance with their terms.

                  4.12 General. None of the representations or warranties made
by Marquee, Gutkowski or TSC in this Agreement are false or misleading with
respect to any material fact or omit to state any material fact necessary in
order to make the statements therein contained not misleading.

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           SECTION 6 -- CONDUCT OF ATHLETES PENDING THE CLOSING DATE

                  The Sellers and Athletes covenant and agree that between the
date of this Agreement and the Closing Date:

                  6.1 Certificate of Incorporation and Bylaws. Athletes will
not change its Certificate of Incorporation or Bylaws.

                  6.2 Capitalization and so forth. Athletes will not make any
change in its authorized, issued, or outstanding capital stock; grant any
stock option or right to purchase shares of its capital stock; issue any
security convertible into shares of its capital stock; purchase, redeem,
retire, or otherwise acquire any shares of its capital stock; or agree to do
any of the foregoing; or declare, set aside, or pay any dividend or other
distribution in respect of its capital stock.

                  6.3 Business in Ordinary Course. Athletes will conduct its
business in its customary course and will (1) use its reasonable efforts to
preserve its business organization intact, to keep available to Marquee the
services of its present officers and employees, and to preserve the goodwill
of suppliers, customers, and others having business relations with it; (2)
maintain its properties in customary repair, working order, and condition,
reasonable wear and tear and damage by casualty excepted; (3) keep in force at
no less than their present limit all policies of insurance listed in Schedule
3; and (4) make no material change in the customary terms and conditions on
which it extends credit to customers; provided, however, that nothing in this
Section 6.3 shall prohibit compliance by Athletes with, or Athletes' borrowing
or repayment of funds pursuant to, any agreements or other commitments
disclosed by Athletes to Marquee on any Schedule furnished in accordance with
Section 3.8 hereof.

                  6.4 Employee Compensation. Athletes will pay Kaminsky a
salary at the rate of $300,000 per year and Oppenheim a salary at the rate of
$175,000 per year, plus any amounts distributable pursuant to Section 6.9
hereof. Other than the possible renewal of Michael Glantz's employment
agreement on terms reasonably acceptable to Marquee, Athletes will not
institute, agree to, or amend any employment contract requiring the payment by
Athletes of a salary or bonus in excess of $50,000 per year, or any bonus,
stock option, profit sharing, pension, retirement, incentive, medical, health,
disability, other employee benefit or similar arrangement or plan, except to
grant normal individual increases in compensation in accordance with
established agreements or procedures and except as may be necessary to comply
with Section 6.8 hereof.

                  6.5 Banking Arrangements; Powers of Attorney. Athletes will
not make any change in its banking and safe deposit arrangements and will not
grant any powers of attorney.

                  6.6 Accounting Practices. Except as required by generally
accepted accounting principles, Athletes will not make any changes in its
accounting methods or practices.

                  6.7 Merger. Athletes will not merge or consolidate with any
other corporation; sell or lease all or substantially all of its assets and
business; acquire all or substantially all of the stock of the business or
assets of any other person, corporation, or business organization; or agree to
do any of the foregoing.

                  6.8 Termination of Employee Benefit Plans. At Marquee's
option and on such date or dates (but in no event earlier than two (2)
business days prior to the Closing Date) and in such manner as Marquee shall
direct, Athletes will terminate some or all bonus, stock option, profit
sharing, pension, retirement, incentive, medical, health, disability and other
employee benefit plans

or arrangements it maintains or sponsors or to which it is obligated to
contribute, including, without limitation, the Athletes and Artists Profit
Sharing Plan. Any such termination will be made in accordance with all
applicable laws, including, without limitation, the Employee Retirement Income
Security Act of 1974, as amended, and the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as
amended.

                  6.9 Prosecution of Lawsuits. Athletes shall use reasonable
efforts to prosecute to a successful conclusion all of the lawsuits listed on
Schedule 13. Notwithstanding anything else herein contained, prior to the
Closing Date Kaminsky and Oppenheim may withdraw from Athletes, as a dividend
or salary or otherwise, an aggregate of up to $100,000 of the amounts
recovered by Athletes from the lawsuits listed on Schedule 13. In the event
that Kaminsky and Oppenheim have not withdrawn the sum of $100,000 from
Athletes prior to the Closing Date as provided above, then Kaminsky and
Oppenheim shall be entitled to withdraw from Athletes as salary the amounts
recovered from said lawsuits after the Closing Date, as received by Athletes,
until Kaminsky and Oppenheim have so withdrawn prior to and after Closing Date
the aggregate sum of $100,000.

                  6.10 Delivery of Certain Documents. Within sixty (60) days
of the date hereof, Athletes will deliver to Marquee a balance sheet of
Athletes as of December 31, 1995, together with the related statement of
operations, which shall present fairly the financial condition of Athletes and
its results of operations for the period indicated and which shall be audited
by independent certified public accountants. Within fourteen (14) days of the
date hereof, Athletes will deliver a list or summary description (certified as
correct to the best of their knowledge by authorized officers of Athletes),
which shall be complete and accurate in all material respects as of the date
thereof, of each existing lease, contract, or other commitment of Athletes
extending beyond twelve (12) months, from the date hereof (whether or not
terminable at the option of any party thereto at an earlier date) other than
leases, contracts or commitments furnished pursuant to Section 3.8 hereof.

           SECTION 6A -- CONDUCT OF MARQUEE PENDING THE CLOSING DATE

                  Gutkowski, TSC and Marquee covenant and agree that between
the date of this Agreement and the Closing Date:

                  6A.1 Capitalization and so forth. Marquee will not purchase,
redeem, retire, or otherwise acquire any shares of its capital stock; issue to
Gutkowski or TSC or any of their affiliates any shares of its capital stock or
any option or right to purchase shares of its capital stock; or agree to do
any of the foregoing; or declare, set aside, or pay any dividend or other
distribution in respect of its capital stock.

                  6A.2 Business in Ordinary Course. Marquee will conduct its
business in its customary course (it being understood that, notwithstanding
anything else herein contained, Marquee may discharge the liabilities listed
on the Marquee NY Balance Sheet) and will (1) use its reasonable efforts to
preserve its business organization intact and to preserve the goodwill of
suppliers, customers, and others having business relations with it; (2)
maintain its properties in customary repair, working order, and condition,
reasonable wear and tear and damage by casualty excepted; and

(3) make no material change in the customary terms and conditions on which it
extends credit to customers; provided, however, that nothing in this Section
6A.2 shall prohibit compliance by Marquee with, or Marquee's borrowing or
repayment of funds pursuant to, any agreements or other commitments disclosed
by Marquee to Athletes on any Schedule furnished in accordance with Section
4.8 hereof.

                  6A.3 Employee Compensation. Marquee will pay Gutkowski a
salary at the rate of $325,000 per year. Marquee will not amend or agree to
amend any employment contract, or any proposed employment contract, with
Gutkowski, Michael Trager ("Trager") or Michael Letis ("Letis").

                  6A.4 Banking Arrangements; Powers of Attorney. Marquee will
not make any change in its banking and safe deposit arrangements and will not
grant any powers of attorney.

                  6A.5 Accounting Practices. Except as required by generally
accepted accounting principles, Marquee will not make any changes in its
accounting methods or practices.

                  6A.6 Merger. Except as contemplated by this Agreement,
Marquee will not merge or consolidate with any other corporation; sell or
lease all or substantially all of its assets and business; acquire all or
substantially all of the stock of the business or assets of any other person,
corporation, or business organization; or agree to do any of the foregoing.

                              SECTION 7 -- ACCESS

                  From the date hereof to the Closing Date, Marquee and
Athletes shall provide each other with such information and permit each
other's officers and representatives such access to its properties and books
and records as the other may from time to time reasonably request. If the
transactions contemplated by this Agreement and the Merger Agreement are not
consummated, all documents furnished in connection with this Agreement shall
be returned to the party furnishing the same, and all information so received
shall be treated as confidential.

          SECTION 8 -- CONDITIONS PRECEDENT TO OBLIGATIONS OF MARQUEE

                  The obligation of Marquee to consummate the Merger and to
cause Subsidiary to consummate the Merger shall be subject to the fulfillment
on or before the Closing Date of each of the following conditions, unless
waived in writing by Marquee:

                  8.1 Representations and Warranties. The representations and
warranties of Athletes and the Sellers set forth in Section 3 hereof shall be
true and correct at the Closing Date as if made at and as of that date, except
as affected by the transactions contemplated hereby.

                  8.2 Shareholder Approval. This Agreement shall have been
unanimously adopted by the shareholders of Athletes.

                  8.3 Covenants. Athletes and the Sellers shall have performed
all covenants and agreements set forth in Sections 6 and 7 hereof to be
performed by them on or before the Closing Date.

                  8.4 Financing. Marquee shall have previously or
simultaneously effected an initial public offering of its capital stock or
completed a similar private financing where the gross proceeds from such
offering are at least $13,800,000 (the "Financing") by December 31, 1996.

                  8.5 Shareholders' Agreement. The Shareholders' Agreement,
dated as of March 21, 1996, by and among TSC, Gutkowski, Kaminsky, Oppenheim,
Trager, Letis and Marquee shall be in full force and effect.

                  8.6 Employment Agreements. On the Closing Date, Kaminsky and
Marquee shall execute an employment agreement in the form attached hereto as
Exhibit C. On the Closing Date, Oppenheim and Marquee shall execute an
employment agreement in the form attached hereto as Exhibit D.

                  8.7 Legal Opinion. On or before the Closing Date, Marquee
and Subsidiary shall have received an opinion of Baker & McKenzie that the
Merger should be considered a tax-free exchange to the extent of the receipt
of Marquee stock under Section 351 of the Code.

                  8.8 Certificate. On the Closing Date, Athletes and the
Sellers shall deliver a certificate to Marquee and Subsidiary, in form and
substance reasonably acceptable to Marquee and Subsidiary, to the effect that
all of the representations and warranties of Athletes and the Sellers set
forth in Section 3 hereof are true and correct at the Closing Date as if made
at and as of that date, except as affected by the transactions contemplated
hereby, and that all of the covenants and agreements of Athletes and the
Sellers set forth in Section 6 hereof have been performed.

         SECTION 9 -- CONDITIONS PRECEDENT TO OBLIGATIONS OF ATHLETES

                  The obligation of Athletes to consummate the Merger shall be
subject to the fulfillment on or before the Closing Date of each of the
following conditions, unless waived in writing by Athletes:

                  9.1 Representations and Warranties. The representations and
warranties of Gutkowski, TSC and Marquee set forth in Section 4 hereof shall
be true and correct at the Closing Date as if made at and as of that date,
except as affected by the transactions contemplated hereby.

                  9.2 Shareholder Approval. This Agreement shall have been
unanimously adopted by the shareholders of Marquee and Subsidiary.

                  9.3 Covenants. Marquee, Gutkowski, and TSC shall have
performed all covenants and agreements set forth in Sections 4, 6A and 7
hereof to be performed by them on or before the Closing Date.

                  9.4 Financing. Marquee shall have previously or
simultaneously effected an initial public offering of its capital stock or
completed a similar private financing where the gross proceeds from such
offering are at least $13,800,000 by December 31, 1996.

                  9.5 Shareholders' Agreement. The Shareholders' Agreement,
dated as of March 21, 1996, by and among TSC, Gutkowski, Kaminsky, Oppenheim,
Trager, Letis and Marquee shall be in full force and effect.

                  9.6 Employment Agreements. On the Closing Date, Kaminsky and
Marquee shall execute an employment agreement in the form attached hereto as
Exhibit C. On the Closing Date, Oppenheim and Marquee shall execute an
employment agreement in the form attached hereto as Exhibit D.

                  9.7 Legal Opinion. On or before the Closing Date, Athletes
shall have received an opinion of Baker & McKenzie, in form and substance
reasonably acceptable to Athletes, that the Merger should be considered a
tax-free exchange to the extent of the receipt of stock of Marquee under
Section 351 of the Code.

                  9.8 Certificate. On the Closing Date, Marquee, Gutkowski and
TSC shall deliver a certificate to Athletes and the Sellers, in form and
substance reasonably acceptable to Athletes and the Sellers, to the effect
that all of the representations and warranties of Marquee, Gutkowski and TSC
set forth in Section 4 hereof are true and correct at the Closing Date as if
made at and as of that date, except as affected by the transactions
contemplated hereby, and that all of the covenants and agreements of Marquee,
Gutkowski and TSC set forth in Sections 4 and 6A hereof have been performed.

          SECTION 10 -- CLOSING DATE AND EFFECTIVE DATE OF THE MERGER

                  10.1 Closing Date. The closing date of the transactions
contemplated by this Agreement (the "Closing Date") shall be the date of
consummation of the Financing.

                  10.2 Effective Date. On the Closing Date, an executed
counterpart of the Merger Agreement shall be filed with the Secretary of State
of the State of New York and the Merger shall become effective upon the
completion of such filing. The date of completion of such filing shall be the
"Effective Date."

                  10.3 Payment of Purchase Price. On the Closing Date, Marquee
shall pay to the Sellers an aggregate amount equal to $2,500,000 and on each
April 1 following the Closing Date,

until and including April 1, 2001, Marquee shall pay $150,000 to Kaminsky and
$50,000 to Oppenheim.

                           SECTION 11 -- TERMINATION

                  11.1 Circumstances of Termination. This Agreement may be
terminated (notwithstanding approval by the shareholders of any party hereto):

                  (1) By the mutual consent in writing of the boards of
directors of Marquee and Athletes.

                  (2) By the board of directors of Marquee if any condition
provided in Section 8 hereof has not been satisfied or waived on or before the
Closing Date.

                  (3) By the board of directors of Athletes if any condition
provided in Section 9 hereof has not been satisfied or waived on or before the
Closing Date.

                  (4) By the board of directors of either Marquee or Athletes
if the Closing Date has not occurred by December 31, 1996, unless the closing
of the transactions contemplated hereby shall not have occurred by such date
due to the action or failure to act of such party.

                  (5) By the board of directors of either Marquee or Athletes
if that certain Acquisition Agreement, dated March 21, 1996, by and among
Marquee, SMTI, Trager, Letis, Gutkowski and TSC is terminated or the merger
contemplated thereby does not occur simultaneously with the Merger.

                  11.2 Effect of Termination. In the event of a termination of
this Agreement pursuant to Section 11.1 hereof, each party shall pay the costs
and expenses incurred by it in connection with this Agreement and, except only
as provided in the following sentence with respect to Athletes and Marquee, no
party (or any of its officers, directors or shareholders) shall be liable to
any other party for any costs, expenses, damage or loss of anticipated profits
resulting from such termination. In the event that the transactions
contemplated herein fail to be consummated as a result of a wilful breach by
Athletes or Marquee of this Agreement or the Merger Agreement, or the gross
negligence of Athletes or Marquee in performing their obligations hereunder or
thereunder, nothing herein contained shall be deemed to limit the rights and
remedies at law or equity available to Athletes or Marquee against each other
on account of such wilful breach or gross negligence.

                  11.3 Allocation of Business and Net Income Following
Termination. In the event that this Agreement is terminated in accordance with
the terms hereof, Marquee and Athletes agree (i) that any business of Athletes
or SMTI generated by such entity between the date hereof and the date of
termination of this Agreement and performed by such entity shall become the
client of and remain with the entity that generated such business, (ii) that
the parties hereto shall negotiate in good faith the disposition and treatment
of any business (and the related client) of SMTI or Athletes

generated by Marquee, TSC, Gutkowski, Athletes (in the case of SMTI business)
or SMTI (in the case of Athletes business) between the date hereof and the
date of termination of this Agreement and performed by SMTI or Athletes and
with respect to which a timely Designation, as defined below, was delivered by
Marquee, TSC, Gutkowski, Athletes (in the case of SMTI business) or SMTI (in
the case of Athletes business), and (iii) that any business of Marquee
generated by Athletes, SMTI, Marquee, TSC or Gutkowski between the date hereof
and the date of termination of this Agreement and performed by Marquee shall
become the client of and remain with Marquee, and that the net income from any
business described in this clause (iii) shall be allocated as follows:

                  (a) fifty percent of the net income of Marquee derived from
business generated by either Marquee, TSC or Gutkowski between the date hereof
and the date of termination of this Agreement shall be retained by or paid to
Marquee, with the balance to be paid equally and on at least a quarterly basis
to Athletes and SMTI;

                  (b) fifty percent of the net income of Marquee derived from
business generated by Athletes between the date hereof and the date of
termination of this Agreement and with respect to which a timely Designation
was delivered by Athletes shall be retained by or paid to Athletes on at least
a quarterly basis, with the balance to be paid equally and on at least a
quarterly basis to Marquee and SMTI; and

                  (c) fifty percent of the net income of Marquee derived from
business generated by SMTI between the date hereof and the date of termination
of this Agreement and with respect to which a timely Designation was delivered
by SMTI shall be retained by or paid to SMTI on at least a quarterly basis,
with the balance to be paid equally and on at least a quarterly basis to
Marquee and Athletes.

For purposes of this Section 11.3, business shall be deemed to be business of
the entity (Marquee, Athletes or SMTI) that entered into a contract with the
third party client in connection with such business. Business shall be
presumed to be generated by the entity that entered into the contract with the
third party client unless another of such entities or Gutkowski or TSC
notifies in writing (a "Designation") the others within fifteen (15) days of
the date such contract was entered into that it is disputing such presumption.
Such Designation disputing such presumption shall be deemed accepted by such
other entities unless it is disputed by any such other entities within fifteen
(15) days thereafter, at which point the parties shall arrange a meeting to
resolve the dispute.

                       SECTION 12 -- GENERAL PROVISIONS

                  12.1 Further Assurances and Co-Operation. At any time, and
from time to time, after the Effective Date, each party will execute such
additional instruments and take such action as may be reasonably requested by
the other party to confirm or perfect title to any property transferred
hereunder or otherwise to carry out the intent and purposes of this Agreement.
At any time, and from time to time, during the period commencing on the date
hereof and ending on the third (3rd) anniversary of the Effective Date,
Athletes agrees to use its best efforts to cause its independent

certified public accountants to audit Athletes' financial statements in
accordance with generally accepted auditing standards and to furnish such
financial statements to Marquee in proper form to be included in a
Registration Statement filed under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and
to furnish all necessary reports and consents as may be required to be
included in such Registration Statement or offering memorandum.

                  12.2 Indemnity. (a) The Sellers hereby jointly and severally
agree to indemnify and hold each of Marquee and Subsidiary harmless from any
and all losses, claims and damages which Marquee and Subsidiary may suffer or
incur and which arise out of the breach by Athletes or the Sellers of any
representation, warranty, covenant or agreement set forth in Section 3 or 6
hereof, including, but not limited to, Section 6.8 hereof. The amount of
Kaminsky's indemnity hereunder shall be limited to $500,000 and the amount of
Oppenheim's indemnity hereunder shall be limited to $250,000.

                  (b) Gutkowski and TSC hereby jointly and severally agree to
indemnify and hold each of the Sellers and Athletes harmless from any and all
losses, claims and damages (including, but not limited to, reasonable
attorneys' fees) which the Sellers or Athletes may suffer or incur and which
arise out of the breach by Gutkowski, TSC or Marquee of any representation,
warranty, covenant or agreement set forth in Sections 4 or 6A hereof. The
amount of each of Gutkowski's and TSC's indemnity hereunder shall be limited
to $250,000.

                  12.3 Survival of Representations and Warranties. The parties
hereto agree that all representations and warranties made in this Agreement or
in any Schedule delivered pursuant to this Agreement shall survive the Closing
Date for a period of six (6) months and that any actions in respect of
breaches thereof, including any action under Section 12.2 hereof, must be
commenced within such period.

                  12.4 Waiver. Any failure on the part of either party hereto
to comply with any of its obligations, agreements, or conditions hereunder may
be waived in writing by the party to whom such compliance is owed.

                  12.5 Brokers. Each party represents to the other parties
that no broker or finder has acted for it in connection with this Agreement
and agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the other parties against any fee,
loss, or expense arising out of claims by brokers or finders employed or
alleged to have been employed by it.

                  12.6 Notices. All notices hereunder shall be in writing and
shall be delivered in person or given by registered or certified mail, postage
prepaid, and sent to the parties at the respective addresses above set forth.
Any party may designate any other address to which notice shall be given by
giving notice to the others of such change of address in the manner herein
provided.

                  12.7 Entire Agreement. This Agreement and the Letter
Agreement constitute the entire agreement between the parties and supersede
and cancel any other agreement, representation, or communication, whether oral
or written, between the parties hereto relating to the transactions
contemplated herein or the subject matter hereof, including, but not limited
to, that previously executed Amended and Restated Acquisition Agreement, dated
as of March 21, 1996, among the parties hereto. In the event there is any
inconsistency between the terms of this Agreement and the terms of the Letter
Agreement, the terms of this Agreement shall govern.

                  12.8 Headings. The section and subsection headings in this
Agreement are inserted for convenience only and shall not affect in any way
the meaning or interpretation of this Agreement.

                  12.9 Governing Law. This Agreement shall be governed by and
construed and enforced in accordance with the laws of the State of New York.

                  12.10 Assignment. This Agreement shall inure to the benefit
of, and be binding upon, the parties hereto and their successors and assigns;
provided, however, that any assignment by any party of its rights under this
Agreement without the written consent of the other parties shall be void.

                  12.11 Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed
simultaneously in two or more counterparts, each of which shall be deemed an
original, but all of which together shall constitute one and the same
instrument.

                  12.12 Amendment. This Agreement may only be amended by a
written instrument which is executed by the parties hereto and Trager and
Letis.

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                  IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this
Agreement as of the date set forth above.

                                  THE MARQUEE GROUP INC.

                                  By: /s/ Robert Gutkowski
                                     -----------------------------------
                                        Name: Robert Gutkowski
                                        Title: 

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                                  ATHLETES AND ARTISTS, INC.

                                  By: /s/ Louis J. Oppenheim
                                     -----------------------------------
                                        Name: Louis J. Oppenheim
                                        Title: V.P.

Arthur Kaminsky and Louis J. Oppenheim
hereby agree to the provisions of
Sections 3, 6, 8 and 12 hereof

/s/ Arthur Kaminsky
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ARTHUR KAMINSKY

/s/ Louis J. Oppenheim
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LOUIS J. OPPENHEIM

The undersigned hereby agree to the amendment and restatement of the foregoing
agreement.

/s/ Michael Trager
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MICHAEL TRAGER

/s/ Michael Letis
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MICHAEL LETIS

Robert Gutkowski and The Sillerman
Companies, Inc. hereby agree to the
provisions of Sections 4, 6A, 9 and 12 hereof

/s/ Robert Gutkowski
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ROBERT GUTKOWSKI

THE SILLERMAN COMPANIES, INC.

By: /s/ Robert F. X. Sillerman
   ----------------------------
   Name: 
      Title:

 

Basic Info X:

Name: AMENDED AND RESTATED ACQUISITION AGREEMENT
Type: ACQUISITION AGREEMENT
Date: March 31, 1997
Company: MARQUEE GROUP INC
State: Delaware

Other info:

Date:

  • 21st day of March , 1996
  • December 7 , 1995
  • December 31 , 1993
  • July 30 , 1996
  • May 9 , 1996
  • December 31 , 1995
  • April 1 , 2001
  • December 31 , 1996
  • March 21 , 1996

Organization:

  • The Marquee Group , Inc.
  • Plan of Merger
  • Marquee Common Stock
  • Per Share Purchase Price
  • Athletes' Certificate of Incorporation
  • Common Stock of Athletes
  • the State of Delaware
  • Marquee 's Certificate of Incorporation
  • Subsidiary 's Certificate of Incorporation
  • Common Stock of Marquee
  • Martin Ehrlich 1 All of Subsidiary
  • Sports Marketing & Television International , Inc.
  • Entertainment Company , Inc.
  • Absence of Certain Changes
  • Marquee Balance Sheet
  • Closing Date Marquee
  • Closing Date Subsidiary
  • Termination of Employee Benefit Plans
  • Delivery of Certain Documents
  • Marquee NY Balance Sheet
  • Banking Arrangements ; Powers of Attorney
  • Baker & McKenzie
  • Secretary of State of the State
  • Payment of Purchase Price
  • Net Income Following Termination
  • Restated Acquisition Agreement
  • The Sillerman Companies , Inc.

Location:

  • Delaware
  • United States
  • Connecticut
  • Marquee
  • New York

Money:

  • $ 3,500,000
  • $ 1.00
  • $ .01
  • $ 1,000
  • $ 10,000
  • $ 25,000
  • $ 300,000
  • $ 175,000
  • $ 100,000
  • $ 325,000
  • $ 13,800,000
  • $ 2,500,000
  • $ 150,000
  • $ 50,000
  • $ 500,000
  • $ 250,000

Person:

  • MARQUEE Gutkowski
  • Martin Ehrlich
  • Michael Glantz
  • ARTHUR KAMINSKY
  • LOUIS J. OPPENHEIM
  • MICHAEL TRAGER
  • MICHAEL LETIS
  • ROBERT GUTKOWSKI
  • Robert F. X. Sillerman

Percent:

  • fifty percent