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DENZEL WASHINGTON (Marcus Brutus) returns to Broadway after making his debut in Checkmates (1988). Other theatre credits include Richard III, The Mighty Gents, Ceremonies in Dark Old Men, When the Chickens Come Home to Roost and an Obie Award for A Soldier's Play. He is a two-time Academy® Award winner for his performances in Training Day and Glory, and received Oscar nominations for his performances in The Hurricane, Malcolm X and Cry Freedom. Recent films include The Manchurian Candidate, Man on Fire, Antwone Fisher (also directed), John Q, Remember the Titans and The Bone Collector.

COLM FEORE (Cassius). In his 14 seasons at Canada's renowned Stratford Theatre Festival, he played almost all of Shakespeare's leading men. He will portray Julius Caesar in the upcoming miniseries "Empire." Other theatre includes Hamlet (NYSF), Cyrano and My Fair Lady. Film credits include Chronicles of Riddick, Chicago, Thirty Two Short Films About Glenn Gould and The Exorcism of Emily Rose with Laura Linney. Received Best Actor Award (Mini-Series) for the title role in "Trudeau" at the Monte Carlo Television Festival (2002).

JESSICA HECHT (Portia). Broadway: After the Fall, The Last Night of Ballyhoo. Off-Broadway: Stop Kiss, Flesh and Blood, The Fourth Sister, Plunge, Lobster Alice, Othello, A Midsummer Night's Dream. Williamstown: Light Up the Sky, The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told. Bay Street: Talley's Folly. TV: "Friends," "Seinfeld," "Single Guy," "What About Joan," "Homicide," "Law & Order: CI," "The Jury," "Century City." Film: Sideways, The Forgotten, Grey Zone, the upcoming At Last with Martin Donovan, Saving Face with Joan Chen and Marc Forester's Stay.

WILLIAM SADLER (Julius Caesar) is best known for his roles in The Shawshank Redemption, The Green Mile and Die Hard II. Sadler's film and TV credits also include Rush, The Hot Spot, Trespass, Witness Protection, The Battle of Shaker Heights, "Roswell," "Wonderfalls" and "Law & Order: Trial by Jury." Sadler last starred on Broadway opposite Matthew Broderick in Biloxi Blues and more recently created the role of Sam Clemens in John Guare's A Few Stout Individuals and appeared in Arturo Ui with Al Pacino.

TAMARA TUNIE (Calpurnia) is currently starring on both "Law & Order: SVU" and "As the World Turns." Broadway: Dreamgirls 20th Anniversary Benefit Concert; Lena Horne: the Lady and Her Music; Oh, Kay! Off-Broadway: Troilus and Cressida (Helen, NYSF), Loose Knit (Second Stage). Regional: Antony and Cleopatra (Cleopatra, STNJ), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Maggie). Film: The Devil's Advocate, Caveman's Valentine, City Hall, Eve's Bayou, Snake Eyes. TV: "24," "Law & Order," "Sex and the City," "NYPD Blue."

EAMONN WALKER (Mark Antony). Films: Unbreakable, Once in the Life, Tears of the Sun, Duma, Lord of War. Television: HBO's "Oz" (Cable Ace Award winner), Andrew Davies' "Othello," "Whitewash: The Clarence Brandley Story," "Homicide: Life Everlasting," "Supply & Demand," "The Governor." Theatre: Danny and the Deep Blue Sea, Pecong, Anthony, Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, Ridley Walker. Founder: London's Flipside Theatre Company. Special thanks Linda LaPlante, Tom Fontana and Laurence Fishburne for guiding me along my journey to this place.

JACK WILLIS (Casca). Broadway: The Crucible, The Old Neighborhood, Art (u/s and  national tour). Off-Broadway: Valhalla (NYTW), Arturo Ui (National Actors Theatre), Iphigenia Cycle (TFANA), World of Mirth (Theatre Four). More than 150 regional productions at theatres nationwide, including A.R.T., Alliance, Arena, A.C.T., Long Wharf, Yale Rep, Trinity Rep, Dallas Theatre Center and others. World tour of singer Tom Waits' The Black Rider.


TV/film: The Talented Mr. Ripley, Cradle Will Rock, "Law & Order," "Third Watch," "Ed," "Dallas."

STEPHEN LEE ANDERSON (Soothsayer, Titinius, Ensemble). B'way: Fiddler on the Roof, Life (x) 3, The Crucible (dir. Richard Eyre), The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Footloose, The Capeman, The Kentucky Cycle. Off-B'way: Violet, Floyd Collins (Playwrights Horizons); Luck, Pluck & Virtue (Atlantic Theatre Co.); Juno, Groundhog (MTC). Regional: Saint Joan; King Lear; The Cherry Orchard (dir. Garland Wright); Henry IV, Parts I and II. Denver Center Theatre Co., seven seasons. TV: "One Life to Live," "Law & Order," "Autopsy V" for HBO.

JACQUELINE ANTARAMIAN (Artemidora, Ensemble, u/s Portia/Calpurnia). New York theatre: The Immigrant, Wrong Mountain, Pride's Crossing, The Wild Duck. Regional work includes Olivia in Twelfth Night, Lady Percy in Henry IV, Hannah in Arcadia, Serafina in The Rose Tattoo, Elmire in Tartuffe, Masha in The Three Sisters, Abbie in Desire Under the Elms, Elvira in Blithe Spirit, Mahala in Homebody/Kabul, the title roles in Miss Julie, Candida and Hedda Gabler. TV: "Third Watch," "Law & Order," "Diagnosis Murder." Film: The Siege.

KELLY AuCOIN (Octavius Caesar, Ensemble). Copenhagen (nat'l tour). Off-Broadway/NY: Boy (Primary Stages), Far and Wide (Mint), The Two of Us (Artists United), The Ladies of the Corridor (Pecadillo), Macbeth (Independent Shakespeare Company), New Georges, Delicious Biscuit. Selected regional: Florida Stage, Folger, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Syracuse Stage, TheatreVirginia. Film: A Perfect Fit, Serial, Ghost Dance, A Normal Life, Love & Stuff. TV: "Third Watch," "The Sopranos," "Guiding Light" and numerous episodes of "Law & Order." Love to the phenomenal Carolyn Hall.

ED ONIPEDE BLUNT (Servant to Mark Antony, Cato, Ensemble). Morehouse College, Yale School of Drama. Credits: The Exonerated (Off-Broadway, national tour); Lobby Hero (Theater Three); Zakiyyah Alexander's Blurring Shine (Greenwich St. Theatre); Two Trains Running (Cleveland Play House); A Fair Country (Huntington Theatre); "Master Harold"... (Fleetwood Stage); A Lesson Before Dying (Geva Theatre); Ms. Julie (NJ Theatre); Eve Ensler's Conviction (Berkshires); Macbeth, Titus Andronicus (YSD). Film/TV: The Interpreter (Sean Penn), "Third Watch," "Law & Order: CI," "The Jury." Voice, Partnership for a Drug Free America.

DAVID CROMWELL (Cicero, Cinna the Poet, Ensemble). Broadway: The Scarlet Pimpernel, Me and My Girl, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, A History of The American Film. Off-Broadway: Big Bill, The Butter and Egg Man, Bad Habits, In the Boom Boom Room, Hamlet. Roles in more than 100 plays (30 by Shakespeare) throughout the country. Equity member for 40 years.

KEITH DAVIS (Cobbler, Pindarus, Ensemble). Theatre: Richard III (Yale Rep); Our Lady of 121st Street (Steppenwolf); The Train Play (Clubbed Thumb); As You Like It (Worth Street Theatre); An Ice Cream Man for All Seasons (Young Playwrights Festival). Television: "Guiding Light," "Law & Order," "Third Watch" and "Law & Order: SVU." Film: The Arrangement (dir. H.H. Cooper) and De Dominee (dir. Gerrard Verhage). MFA, Yale School of Drama. Currently a Dean's Fellowship student in directing at NYU/Tisch Graduate Film.

PETER JAY FERNANDEZ (Metellus Cimber, Lucilius, Ensemble, u/s Marcus Brutus). Broadway: The Merchant of Venice, Jelly's Last Jam, Henry IV. Off-Broadway: Thunder Knocking on the Door, Bliss, Once Around the City, Phaedra, As You Like It, The Winter's Tale, Henry VIII, Coriolanus, Split Second, Tooth of Crime, Checkmates and more. Regional: Goodman,
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