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Friends. From 1981 to 1997, Mr. Sullivan served as Artistic Director of Seattle Repertory Theatre, where he directed more than 60 productions. He established Seattle Rep's new-play program, developing new works by Jon Robin Baitz, Herb Gardner, A.R. Gurney, William Mastrosimone, Arthur Miller, Wendy Wasserstein and Charlayne Woodward, among others. Mr. Sullivan's film and TV credits include The Substance of Fire and the PBS presentation of "Far East." Mr. Sullivan teaches in the theatre department at the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, and serves as Associate Director at Lincoln Center Theater. 

TONY WALTON (Set Designer). Broadway: The Man Who Came to Dinner, Uncle Vanya, Annie Get Your Gun, 1776, A Funny Thing..., She Loves Me, Guys and Dolls, The Will Rogers Follies, Six Degrees of Separation, Grand Hotel, Anything Goes, Conversations With My Father, Hurlyburly, The Real Thing, Sophisticated Ladies, Chicago, Pippin and Madison Square Garden's annual A Christmas Carol. Nineteen films designed for directors Fosse, Lumet, Nichols, etc. Opera and ballet include ABT's Peter and the Wolf at the Metropolitan Opera House. He directed Song of Twilight for Bay Street Theatre. Other direction: The Importance of Being Earnest and Major Barbara for the Irish Repertory Theatre, Missing Footage for San Diego's Old Globe Theatre and Oops! The Big Apple Stage Show for a 60-city U.S. tour. Awards: Oscar, Emmy, three Tonys, Theatre Hall of Fame 1991. 

TERESA SNIDER-STEIN (Costume Designer) designed last season's I'm Not Rappaport regional tour. Off-Broadway: Most recent - Everett Beekin for Lincoln Center Theater and The Late Henry Moss at Signature Theatre. Also Vineyard Theatre, Playwrights Horizons, Classic Stage Co. and NYSF Theater. Resident Costume Designer for nine seasons at Signature Theatre, NYC, featuring the works of Maria Irene Fornes, John Guare, Arthur Miller, Sam Shepard, Adrienne Kennedy, Horton Foote, Edward Albee, Lee Blessing and Romulus Linney. Regional: South Coast Rep, Goodspeed, Alley Theatre, Dallas Theatre Center, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Huntington Theatre Co. and others. Active in film and TV, currently working on "The Late Show with David Letterman." Yale School of Drama. Special thanks to Stu, Michael, Hannah and Rosalie. 

PAT COLLINS (Lighting Designer) has been represented on Broadway by Proof, A Moon for the Misbegotten, Once Upon a Mattress, An American Daughter, A Delicate Balance, The Sisters Rosensweig, Conversations With My Father, The Heidi Chronicles, I'm Not Rappaport (Tony Award), Execution of Justice (Drama Desk Award), Arsenic and Old Lace, Sherlock's Last Case, Ain't Misbehavin' (the original and the 1988 revival), Baby, Steaming, Stages, King of Hearts. Lincoln Center Theater: Death and the King's Horseman, Threepenny Opera (Tony nomination), The Floating Light Bulb (Vivian Beaumont), Ten Unknowns and Measure for Measure (Mitzi E. Newhouse). 

MICHAEL LAUDATI (Hair & Make-up Designer) began his career as a makeup artist in 1981 as an apprentice at N.Y. City Opera. The skills of elaborate character makeup were honed on the opera stage and later refined for the TV camera, when he worked at NBC as a staff makeup artist for eight years.  Later experience brought work in feature films and special-effects makeup.  Michael has worked for the last ten years as a personal makeup artist for film actors, including Harrison Ford, Tom Cruise, Al Pacino and Chazz Palminteri.  Michael designed the old-age makeup for the original production of I'm Not Rappaport in N.Y. and for the road tours as well as doing Walter Matthau's makeup for the film version.

ARTHUR SICCARDI (Production Manager) has served as technical supervisor on more than 200 Broadway shows including A Chorus Line; Gypsy; Chicago; Hello, Dolly!; Cats; The Real Thing; Ballroom; Dreamgirls; Broadway Bound; Chess; Cat on a Hot Tin Roof; Jerome Robbins' Broadway; City of Angels; My One and Only; Victor/Victoria; My Fair lady; Sunset Boulevard; Fiddler on the Roof; Mamma Mia!; Annie Get Your Gun; the Tony Awards.

RICK SORDELET (Fight Director). Fifteen Broadway shows, six currently running including Beauty and the Best, The Lion King, Aida, Urinetown, Into the Woods. Many Off-Broadway and regional theatre productions, including The Prince and the

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