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WHO'S WHO in the CAST
Kimberleigh Aarn (Mattie Campbell) 
makes her Broadway debut in Joe 
Turner. A graduate of the Yale School of 
Drama, she performed in several productions 
there and at the Yale Repertory 
Theatre. Other credits include Shakespeare 
& Co., Lenox, Mass., and the film 
Serpent and the Rainbow. Ms. Aarn, 
also known as Ms. Burroughs (Dad, that 
one's for you!), is a native of the Baltimore/
Washington area and proud to be a 
part of this production.

ANGELA BASSETT (Martha Pentecost), 
a graduate of Yale College and the Yale 
School of Drama, made her Broadway 
debut in Ma Rainey's Black Bottom. She 
has appeared Off-Broadway with the NY 
Shakespeare Festival in Henry IV, Part I, 
at Second Stage, West Bank Cafe and The
Negro Ensemble Company. Regional credits 
include the Hartford Stage, Yale Rep,
and the Eugene O'Neill National Playwrights
Conference. TV credits include
"The Cosby Show," "Spenser: For Hire,"
"Legwork," "Guiding Light," "Ryan's
Hope," "Search for Tomorrow" and several
TV movies including "Liberty" and
"My Man Bovanne." Angela dedicates
her performance to family, friends, and
especially M. C. Knight - Bless you
always.

L. SCOTT CALDWELL (Bertha Holly)
starred on Broadway in Home, for which
she received the Drama-Logue Award.
She started her career as a resident actress
at the Negro Ensemble Company, creating
roles in over 25 new plays. Regionally,
she has appeared at The Old Globe, Arena
Stage, The Huntington, Milwaukee Rep,
the Court Theatre, Studio Arena, Yale
Rep and the O'Neill Theatre Center, in 
such plays as Boesman and Lena, A Play
of Giants and A Raisin in the Sun. Television
credits include "God Bless the
Child, "All My Children," "Search for
Tomorrow," "The File on Jill Hatch" for
PBS and the film "Without a Trace." A 
native of Chicago, her work is inspired by
her son Ominara.

ED HALL (Bynum Walker) made his
Broadway debut in the Moss Hart production 
of Climate of Eden. Broadway credits
include No Time for Sergeants, A Raisin
in the Sun, Blues for Mister Charlie, Zulu
and the Zayda and Wilson in the Promised
Land. Off-Broadway: Trumpets of the 
Lord, Death of Bessie Smith and The 
World of Sholom Aleichem. As a member
of The Trinity Rep in Providence, R.I., for
22 seasons, he won acclaim for his many
and varied roles. Regional credits include
The Hartman Theatre, Arena Stage, Mark


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