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WHO'S WHO IN THE CAST Arena, Long Wharf, Old Globe, Seattle Rep, McCarter, Alliance, Cleveland Play House and more. TV/film: On the One, Funny Valentines, The Prosecutors, "Cosby,""Hack," "L&O," "L&O: Criminal Intent," "Superboy," "To God be the glory." SETH FISHER (Servant to Caesar, First Soldier, Ensemble). Broadway debut. Recent credits include Measure for Measure directed by Martha Henry, Hamlet with the Pittsburgh Irish and Classical Theatre, Serious Money, Two Gentlemen of Verona and Pentecost. A recent graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, Seth sends his love and gratitude to all his family. EFFIE JOHNSON (Ensemble, u/s Artemidora). Broadway: A Moon for the Misbegotten (Standby for Cherry Jones, dir. Daniel Sullivan). Other NY includes Pink (SPF); Crumble, Demon Baby and U.S. Drag (Clubbed Thumb); Naked Will (P.S. 122); Burning Habits (HERE). Regional: ART (dir. Mark Wing-Davey), Portland Center Stage (Drammy Award), Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Syracuse Stage, Virginia Stage and Alabama Shakespeare Festival. Film and Television: "Law & Order: SVU," "OLTL," "ATWT," Delivery (Acting Award, First Run Film Festival), Enter Dogmaville (writer/director). MAURICE JONES (Lucius, Ensemble). Broadway debut! Rutgers University credits include Fences, Line, Dealt, The Crucible, Bravehearts and many more. Foremost thanks to God for His incredible blessings, to an amazing family for their support, to the greatest friends a guy could ask for, to Eileen and Vicki for taking a chance on me, to NLCC for their prayers and to Ms. Wendy Graham for her belief. RU Rah Rah! TY JONES (Ensemble, u/s/ Mark Antony, Octavius Caesar). Broadway/Off-Broadway: The Blacks (Obie), Henry IV (w/Kevin Kline, Ethan Hawke), Judgment at Nuremberg. Classical Theatre of Harlem: Macbeth (AUDELCO nom., Best Actor), Trojan Women (AUDELCO nom., Best Supporting Actor), Ain't Supposed to Die....Regional: American Shakespeare Theatre, Hamlet; Baltimore Center Stage/MSC, Six Degree of Separation; Guthrie , Fences. Film/TV: Kiss It Up to God (winner Cannes, Urbanworld), Heaven's Fall (w/Tim Hutton), Kairos, "The Jury," "Law and Order," Writing credits: Emancipation (Sundance finalist), Capital Crimes. AARON KHORN (Ensemble, u/s Lucius, Cato). Broadway: The Invention of Love, Henry IV. NY/regional includes Echoes of the War (Mint Theatre), John Jeserun's Philoktetes (La MaMa), The Hostage, As You Like It, Dan Sullivan's Romeo and Juliet (Old Globe Theatre), In the Jungle of Cities, Macbeth, Cyrano de Bergerac (Alley Theatre), Sheppey, Much Ado About Nothing (Alabama Shakespeare Festival), Ireland tour of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged). Television: "Welcome to New York." MIFA: Old Globe Theatre, University of San Diego. QUENTIN MARÉ (Servant to Octavius, Messenger, Clitus, Ensemble, u/s Marullus, Trebonius). NY theatre: King Lear (Lincoln Center), The Persians (National Actors Theatre), A Little Night Music (NYCO), Burn This (Signature),World of Mirth (Theatre Four), Birdseed Bundles (DTW), Lick (78th Street Theatre Lab). Regional: After Ashley (Eugene O'Neil Theatre Center), Compleat Female Stage Beauty (Old Globe), The Misanthrope (Portland Stage Company), New Patagonia (Seattle Rep), Hedda Gabler (Long Wharf), Twelfth Night (Princeton Rep). Film/TV: Personal Velocity, Lisa Picard Is Famous, "Johnny Zero," "One Life to Live," "Guiding Light." CHRISTOPHER McHALE (Second Soldier, Ensemble, u/s Decius Brutus, Metellus Cimber, Lepidus). Broadway: Execution of Justice by Emily Mann, The Iceman Cometh, Piaf. Lincoln Center Theater: King Lear. Off-Broadway: Richard III, Othello, King John, Macbeth, Julius [[advertisement]] [[image- photograph of three gears]] [[image - Lincoln logo]] LINCOLN See Lincoln.com, where form and function are admired equally. TRAVEL WELL [[/advertisement]]
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