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(In order of appearance)
Camille Chandebise . . . . . SHAUN POWELL
Ninette . . . . . CAMILLA SANES
Etienne . . . . . MICHAEL COUNTRYMAN
Dr. Migraine . . . . . RICHARD B. SHULL
Lucie Homenides de Histingua . ^[[JULIE DRETKIN]] [[strikethrough]]ANGIE PHILLIPS[[/strikethrough]]
Constance Chandebise . . . . . KALI ROCHA
Victor Chandebise . . . . . MARK LINN-BAKER
Tournel . . . . . BRUCE MACVITTIE
Carlos Homenides de Histingua . ^[[BOBBY ANAVALE]] [[strikethrough]]MARK MCKINNEY[[/strikethrough]]
Justin Battalion . . . . . JAMES LALLY
Olympia Battalion . . . . . ALICE PLAYTEN
Baptistin . . . . . GEORGE HALL
Dodo . . . . . MARK LINN-BAKER
Rugby . . . . . WALLY DUNN

Paris in an earlier time.
Act I  The drawing room of Victor Chandebise
Act II  The Hotel Pussycat
Act III  The drawing room of Victor Chandebise


"L'amour, L'amour" written and performed by Alice Playten, arranged by Tom Fay.

Understudies never substitute for listed players unless a specific announcement is made at the time of the performance.

Understudy for Constance, Lucie, Ninette—Virginia Louise Smith; for Etienne and Dr. Migraine—Wally Dunn; for Ginette and Olympia—Sara Bakker; for Victor/Dodo, Homenides, Battalion—Bobby Cannavale; for Homenides and Battalion—Dominic Fumusa; for Batistin, Rugby, Tournel, Camille—Saxon Palmer.


MARK LINN-BAKER* (Victor Chandebise/Dodo), Broadway: Hysterium in Forum (Drama League Honor, FANY Award), Neil Simon's Laughter on the 23rd Floor, David Henry Hwang's Face Value, Gary Trudeau's Doonesbury, Joseph Papp's NYSF; All's Well That Ends Well, Othello, Von Richthofen, The Laundry Hour, Alice in Concert (with Meryl Streep). Off-Broadway: Beth Henley's The Miss Firecracker Contest, Randy Newman's Maybe I'm Doing It Wrong, work for EST, LaMaMa, MTC, West Bank Theater, Phoenix Theater, among others. Regional: Yale Rep, ART Cambridge (founding company member), Arena, Center Stage. Film: Woody Allen's Manhattan, Richard Benjamin's My Favorite Year, Peter Bogdanovich's Noises Off. Television: guest appearances on "Soul Man," "Spin City," "Sesame Street," "Family Matters," "Full House," "Cooper," "Miami Vice," "Moonlighting" and for seven years as Larry Appleton on ABC's "Perfect Strangers." Mr. Linn-Baker is a Co-founder/co-director of

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