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SHERRI PEACHES BREWER (Minnie Fay) is making her professional theatre début. A Chicagoan, she studied for the stage at that city's famed Goodman Theatre School, while learning a thing or two about dancing on the side. Arriving in New York a scant nine months ago, she has managed in that short time to appear on Johnny Carson's Tonight Show and to win a scholarship to the Harkness House for Ballet Arts, in addition to snaring her role in Dolly.

WINSTON DeWITT HEMSLEY (Barnaby) made his Broadway début in the Sammy Davis starrer, Golden boy, and followed that with a featured dancing role in A Joyful Noise. He recently scored a personal success as Tip of the Tip and Tap dance team in the hit musical, Hallelujah, Baby!, performing a show-stopping number with star Leslie Uggams. Every major television variety show has spotlighted his talents, including The Swinging World of Sammy Davis, Hullabaloo and the Ed Sullivan Show. He was also featured in the motion picture, The Pawnbroker

EDLOE (Ermengarde) in this, her first Broadway role, is fulfilling her father's ambition; he had always dreamed of a stage career for himself. Originally from Baltimore, Md., and more recently from Mt. Vernon, N.Y., she augmented her natural ability with studies at the John Mace Studio and the Neighborhood Playhouse. Away from the stage, Edloe loves fishing, horseback riding and skiing, and enjoys designing and sewing clothes.

MABEL KING (Ernestina) has been an entertainer ever since she sang with her mother in a church choir at the age of four. She has appeared on Broadway in such plays as A Race With the Wind, The Women, and Anna Lucasta, and in Porgy and Bess - the latter throughout a two year tour. She has also done considerable nightclub work and the like. Television has frequently offered a showcase for her talents, as have numerous recordings.

MORGAN FREEMAN (Rudolph), recently seen off-Broadway in The Niggerlovers, received most of his training as an actor-singer-dancer on the west coast. He spent two years in featured roles with the San Francisco Opera Ring, toured in Royal Hunt of the Sun, has done some summer stock and has been seen in small roles in the films A Man Called Adam and How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. Hello, Dolly! is his Broadway début.

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