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[[image: whole page color ad, bearing text: '(c)2001 Delta Air Lines, Inc.' and showing a luggage tag bearing the Delta logo alongside handwritten: 'I WILL WOW THEM WITH MY PASSPORT STAMP COLLECTION.' The page is filled with a photo of dark-haired, smartly dressed man in suit, smiling and looking to the left; in front of him is dining table with white linen, wine glasses and a gift wrapped with ribbons and flowers. Text on ad: Delta service to Latin America: Lots of cities, lots of stamps
Go where business takes you in Latin America.
Daily Service to:
Bogota, Colombia
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Cancun, Mexico
Caracas, Venezuela
Guadalajara, Mexico
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Lima, Peru
Los Cabos, Mexico (seasonal)
Mexico City, Mexico
Monterrey, Mexico
Panama City, Panama
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
San Jose, Costa Rica
San Salvador, El Salvador
Santiago, Chile
Sao Paulo, Brazil

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For reservations, visit, call Delta at 1-800-241-4141 or call your local travel agent. Para reservaciones en espaƱol, llame al 1-800-511-9629. A portion of travel may be on the following Delta Connection carriers: Atlantic Coast Airlines, Atlantic Southeast Airlines, COMAIR and SkyWest.
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CHAD TUCKER (Young Reuben Clark & Blue Williams, Jr.). Chad thanks Charles Randolph-Wright for this opportunity. Chad's television experience includes "Law & Order," "Cosby" and he can currently be seen in the role of Curtis on the CBS soap, "As the World Turns." He thanks his huge, loving family for their faithful support: Victoria, and above all...GOD. Hotep.

ELIZABETH VAN DYKE (Standby for Peggy and Tillie Clark). Broadway: Checkmates. Off-Broadway: No Niggers, No Jews, No Dogs; Zora Neale Hurston (Audelco Award); Love to All Lorraine (Ace Award).

ROBERT TYREE (Standby for Adult Reuben and Sam). Off Off-Broadway: Beggar on Horseback. Regional: Actors Theatre of Louisville, Syracuse Stage, Alabama Shakespeare Festival. Film/TV: Crybaby, Bells of Waiting, "AMC," "OLTL."

KEVYN MORROW (Standby for Blue Williams and Samuel). Broadway: Dreamgirls, Smokey Joe's Cafe, Dream, A Chorus Line. TV: "Murphy Brown," "L.A. Law," "Coach," "Homicide." Film: Staying Alive and The Trade.

JENNIFER HUNTER (Standby for LaTonya), Regional: Tom Walker and Blue at Arena Stage, Source Theatre Summer Festival, Playwrights Forum. Film: Deep Impact. 

ANTHONY JONES (Standby for Young Reuben and Blue Jr.) is making his stage debut. Anthony wishes to thank his parents and family for their love and support.

CHARLES RANDOLPH-WRIGHT (Playwright) is directing and co-writing the musical Ball, a Greek tragedy set in the world of NYC street ball, and creating and directing the musical Me and Mrs. Jones. He recently directed the new national tour of Guys and Dolls starring Maurice Hines. Other credits include productions at Arena Stage, NYSF, New York Theatre Workshop, Lincoln Center, Mark Taper Forum, Crossroads, Carnegie Hall, and ACT. Screenplay credits include Women's Maintenance Project (Hart/Sharp), Fool's Hill (Disney) and Homework (Fox, co-writer). For Showtime, Charles produced and wrote the critically acclaimed series "Linc's." A Duke University honors graduate, Charles received grants from the TCG/Pew Charitable Trusts for an ACT residency, and from the NEA for Arena Stage's production of Blue,

NONA HENDRYX (Music and Lyrics). Nona began her career with the groundbreaking group Labelle culminating with their No. 1 record "Lady Marmalade." Solo recordings include the Grammy-nominated "Rock this House" and the hits "Bustin' Out," "Keep it Confidential," "Transforation" and "Why Should I Cry?" She's currently working on a multi-media performance work based on her CD "SkinDiver" debuting at ACT in Seattle and NY's NPT in 2002 and collaborating with Bootsy Collins and others on "Ball," a musical. Nona's recording a new CD of her original music for 2002 release.

SHELDON EPPS (Director) conceived and directed Play On!, which received three Tony nominations, four Jefferson Awards and was filmed by PBS' "Great Performances." Epps also conceived and directed Blues in the Night, nominated for a Tony as Best Musical. The London production received two Olivier nominations. Co-founder of the Off-Broadway theatre The Production Company, Epps has directed plays and musicals throughout the country. His television directing credits include "Frasier," "Girlfriends," "Sister,Sister."
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