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performed with Sandra Re"A"ves-Phillips in The Late Great Ladies of Blues and Jazz. Bill resides in Queens and, among other things, teaches swimming.

CHARLES McCLENNAHAN (Set Designer), a 1984 graduate of Yale, made his Broadway debut as a set designer for August Wilson's Ma Rainey's Black Bottom. Mr. McClennahan's most recent credits include a jazz tour for Phillip Morris International, Jonquil by Charles Fuller at the Negro Ensemble Company and the Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center. He has worked extensively at the Crossroads Theatre, designing sets for Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill, Wet Carpets and West Memphis Mojo, for which he received an American Theatre Wing Award. His most recent film credits include work on Spike Lee's new film Love Supreme as Art Director and A Tribute to Harry Chapin at Carnegie Hall. Charles is founder of Mindtek (Minority Designers and Technicians Network) which helps to locate and secure jobs for minorities in the media and theatre industries. He has also collaborated with Bill Cosby on films and made-for-TV movies.

JOANN CLEVENGER (Costume Designer) says "Inspiration is as close as the nearest window," describing the source of her creativity - the street life of New Orleans. She has been intimately involved with the city's sights and sounds; opening the first vintage clothing store and she is now the owner of the nationally acclaimed Upperline Restaurant. As the costume designer for Further Mo' she captures the spirit and style of the city she loves. JoAnn was the original designer for the costumes in One Mo' Time and the costumer for the New York, London and Australia productions of the play. She also did the costumes for the film version shot in Vienna. She was the costume designer for the New Orleans and the New York productions of the '50s musical Staggerlee. She has done work for other New Orleans theatre productions as well as television and movie work.

JOHN McKERNON (Lighting Designer) has designed primarily for dance, covering most of the classical ballet repertory, including Romeo and Juliet, Giselle and [[column 2]] A Midsummer Night's Dream for various companies ranging from the North Carolina Dance Theatre to the Eugene Ballet. Off-Broadway designs include Othello at the Roundabout, Nice Country at the Actors' Playhouse and Funny Girl at ELT. As associate designer with Ken Billington, he has been involved in a wide range of theatrical and architectural projects, including Sweet Sue, Late Nite Comic, The Lisbon Traviata, the recent national tours of Nunsense and Chess, and restaurants and nightclubs in New York and Tokyo.

PETER J. FITZGERALD (Sound Designer) is currently represented on Broadway by City of Angels, Gypsy and Accomplice. He has designed sound systems for the Broadway productions of M. Butterfly; 3 Penny Opera; Teddy & Alice; Rags; Singin' in the Rain; La Cage aux Folles; Jerry's Girls; I Love My Wife; The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas; the revival and national tour of Hello, Dolly! starring Carol Channing; and Bob Fosse's Sweet Charity international tour. Mr. Fitzgerald is also designing the sound for the tours of Peter Pan starring Cathy Rigby and Fiddler on the Roof starring Topol. He is Executive Director of Sound Associates Inc. in New York. 

NORZAR PRODUCTIONS (Producer) was formed to creatively bring together exceptional theatrical properties and talent with sources of capital not traditionally involved with the theatre. Its managing partner is Jacques Nordeman. Nordeman is the chairman of Nordeman Grimm, one of the major international executive search firms. He is a director of the Manhattan Theatre Club and also serves on various other charitable and business boards. Nordeman, an amateur jazz drummer, spent many of his college and early business years leading Dixieland bands, and has been a longtime devotee of this traditional jazz form. His other Broadway credits include Ain't Misbehavin' and Sophisticated Ladies. This is Norzar's first major Off-Broadway production.

MICHAEL FRAZIER (Producer) has produced Mail; Grind (Tony nomination); Lena Horne: The Lady and Her Music (special Tony Award); Arthur Kopit's End of the World, which starred Barnard


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