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FRANZ C. ALDERFER (Esemble, u/s Messrs. St. Vinson & Archambeau). National tours: Show Boat, Crazy for You. Regional credits include Candide (Guthrie Theater), 42nd Street (Paper Mill Playhouse), Sophisticated Ladies (Crossroads Theatre).

ANA MARIA ANDRICAIN (Ensemble, u/s Helena, Petal, Duchess). Broadway: Beauty and the Beast (Belle 50+ perf.). National tours: Evita (Eva Peron-20th Anniversary), Annie Get Your Gun (covered Cathy Rigby as Annie Oakley). Concerts: Tip Toes (Carnegie Hall), Strike Up the Band (City Center Encores!). Regional: Esmeralda in the world premiere of Hunchback of Notre Dame by Dennis DeYoung of STYX, Urban Myths (Emily, Berkshire Theatre Festival), Isn't It Romantic (Janie), The Art of Dining (Nessa), Dames at Sea (Ruby), My One and Only (Edythe), George M! (Agnes), Once Upon a Mattress (Lady Larken). Upcoming: title role in "Evangeline, the Musical" in concert (PBS).

MICHAEL BABIN (Bar Patron, Ensemble, u/s McMahon). Off-Broadway: Song By Song (dir. Mark Waldrop), Lust (dir. Bob Carlton). National tours: Les Misérables (first national, dir. John Caird), Falsettos (dir. James Lapine), The Who's Tommmy (dir. Worth Gardner). Regional: Sunday in the Park with George (George), Passion (Giorgio), Burn This! (Larry), The Secret Garden (Archibald, BATCC nomination), Almost September (Eustace, BATCC Award), Evita (Che), Lend Me a Tenor (Max), Jane Eyre (St. John River), Lizzie Borden (Robert/State Attorney, starring Alison Fraser), Kismet (Caliph), Chess (Arbiter), And the World Goes Round, Forever Plaid (Frankie). Broadway debut.

BRENT BLACK (Ensemble, u/s Dante). Off-Broadway: American Passenger (John Dillinger), Sheba (Hiram), After the Balcony (The Horse). National tour: Some Sweet Day (Buddy), The Who's Tommy (The Lover). Regional: Frankie and Johnny in the Claire de Lune, Cloud Nine (Harry Martin), She Loves Me (Kodaly), The Hired Man (Isaac), Big River (Pap), Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Nick), Calamity and Wild Bill (Wild Bill), Grand Hotel (The Baron), Oklahoma! (Jud), Jesus Christ Superstar (Judas), Oliver! (Sykes). Film: Karen Black Like Me, Dreamaniac. Television: "Guiding Light" (CBS), "Loving" (ABC).

SHERRY BOONE (Marie Christine alternate and standby). Broadway: Jelly's Last Jam (dir. George C. Wolfe). Off-Broadway: Only Heaven (lyrics by Langston Hughes, music by Ricki Ian Gordon), On the Eve (dir. Aleksy Burago). National tours: Carousel (dir. Nicholas Hytner). Regional: Into the Woods (Walnut St. Theatre). Other credits: Stones in My Passway (dir. Joe Morton). Current: Women's Voices (Performer/Facilitator - Fordham U. Chapel at Lincoln Center), Ellen: A New Opera (book and lyrics by Sherry Boone, music by Sean Palmer), Opera at Home (Lead Soprano/Artistic Director).

ANTHONY CRIVELLO (Dante). Lincoln Center Theater: Measure for Measure. Broadway: Kiss of the Spider Woman (Tony Award, Dora Mavor Moor nomination/Toronto, Canada), Les Misérables, The News (Carnbonell Award), Evita. Regional: The House of Martin Guerre (Goodman Theatre, Chicago/Joseph Jefferson Award), Frankie and Johnny in the Claire de Lune (Milwaukee Chamber Theater), Jan Eyre (Dora Mavor Moor nomination/Toronto, Canada). Film: The Glass Jar, Mafia, Independence Day, Twisted, Spellbinder, Slaves of New York, Shakedown, Lock-Up, Crocodile Dundee II, Metronome and the upcoming Texas Rangers and Blue Light Special. Television: "Seinfeld," "Law & Order," "Babylon 5," "The Bet," "Star Trek: Voyages," "Dillinger and Capone," "Murder in Black and White," "Les Misérables in Concert: Live from London's Royal Albert Hall," "Frankenstein Sings," "The Glass Cage," "The Lost Capone" and the upcoming "Geppetto" for ABC-Disney.

MARY BOND DAVIS (Prisoner #3). Broadway: Jelly's Last Jam; Bring in 'Da Noise, Bring in 'Da Funk' Mail; Show Boat. Off-Broadway: Scapin with Bill Irwin (Roundabout), In Trousers (Prome-

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nade). Tours: Ain’t Misbehavin’. Regional: Shout Up a Morning (La Jolla Playhouse, Kennedy Center), Heartbeats (Old Globe), Six Women. With Brain Death...(L.A. Theatre Center), Eddie and Dr.Scott in The Rocky Horror Show (San Diego Rep). Film: The Preacher’s Wife; Jeffrey; Hook; Coming to America; The Art of Dying; Jo Jo Dancer, Your Life Is Calling. Television: “Twin Peaks,” “Gimme A Break!,” “The City” (pilot), “Piece of Cake” (pilot). Recordings: Jelly’s Last Jam, Ragtime.

DARIUS de HAAS (Paris). Lincoln Center Theater: Carousel. Broadway: The Gershwins’ Fascinating Rhythm, Rent, Kiss of the Spider Woman. Off-Broadway: Running Man (Music-Theatre Group, 1999 Obie Award), Saturn Returns (Public). National tours: I Was Looking at the Ceiling and Then I Saw the Sky (World Premiere, Nonesuch Recording), Once On This Island. Regional: Children of Eden (RCA Victor Recording), Cry the Beloved Country, The Bacehae. Concert: Duke Ellington: Symphony and Swing (1999 Carnegie Hall Debut). TV: “In the Life”(PBS).

DONNA DUNMIRE (Helena, Ensemble). Lincoln Center Theater: Contact (workshop). Broadway: Ragtime (original cast/album). Other New York theater: A Christmas Carol (Ghost of Christmas Future, original cast/album), Gift of the Magi (Della, National Arts Club, NYC). Other theater: Hamlet (Ophelia, Opera Comique, Paris), The Lady from the Sea (Ellida, California), Strange Interlude (Nina, Chicago, IL). Ballet Companies: include Béjart Ballet, Armitage Ballet. Film: You’ve Got Mail. TV: “The Making of Ragtime” (PBS).

SHAWN ELLIOTT (Gates). Broadway: City of Angels. Off-Broadway: Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris (original cast), A Park in Our House (NYTW), Principia Scriptoria (MTC), Young Playwrights Festival (Playwrights Horizons), New Jerusalem (NYSF), Eulogy for a Small Time Thief (Ensemble Studio Theatre). Regional: Antigone (Chautauqua Inst.), Don Quixote (Denver Center), Dark Rapture (ACT), Nothing Sacred (NY Stage & Film), The Promise (L.A. Theatre Center), The Tempest (La Jolla), Death and the Maiden. (Phil. Drama Guild), Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Colonial Theatre). Film: Hurricane Streets, Caught, Crossover Dreams, Short Eyes, Beat Street, The Dead Pool, Do The Right Thing, Impulse, and the upcoming Blue Moon. Television: “Law & Order” (recurring), “Miami Vice,” “The Cosby Show,” “Someone Had to Be Benny” (HBO Movie), “Oye Willie,” “Ghost Writer” (both PBS: series regular), “The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd” (recurring).

ANDREA FRIERSON-TONEY (Prisoner #2). Lincoln Center Theater: Juan Darien, Lady Be Good (workshop written by Ms. Frierson-Toney). Broadway: Once On This Island (Erzulie, Goddess of Love); The Lion. King (Rafiki); Bring in ‘Da Noise, Bring in. ‘Da Funk (‘Da Singer). Off-Broadway: You Don’t Miss the Water (The Vineyard). Regional: Falsettos (Hartford Stage Co.), Beehive! (Helen Hayes Award nominee), Tinrypes (South Coast Rep). Film: A Packing Suburbia. Television: “Another World,” “One Life to Live,” “Star Search” (five-time winner), “Allegra’s Window” (Nick-elodeon). Original Cast Recordings: Once On This Island, Juan Darien, A Christmas Carol, Hello Young Lovers—RCA Celebrates Broadway, Vol. 5.

ANDRE GARNER (Joachim, Monsieur Archambeau, Ensemble). Lincoln Center Theater debut. Broadway: Grease (Teen Angel). National tours: Miss Saigon (John), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Judah). International: A Chorus Line (Richie). Regional: Songs For A New World (Jefferson Award nomination), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Paper Mill), Pippin (Leading Player), My One and Only (New Rhythm Boy). Film: Hope Street. National commercials: Hallmark, U.S. Cotton. Training: Graduate of Virginia Tech University (B.S. business management).

LOVETTE GEORGE (Celeste, Ensemble). Lincoln Center Theater: A New Brain, Carousel (Carrie understudy). Broadway: Uptown...It’s Hot with Mau-