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Boston, Chicago, Vegas), Machinal. Obie, NAACP Awards, multiple Drama Desk, American Theatre Wing, Lortel, Outer Critics, Audelco, Ovation and Eddy Awards.

TONI-LESLIE JAMES (Costume Designer). Broadway: One Mo' Time; King Hedley II; The Wild Party (FANY Award); Marie Christine (FANY nomination); Footloose; The Tempest (Drama Desk nomination); Twilight; Los Angeles, 1992; Angels in America: Millennium Approaches and Perestroika; Chronicle of a Death Foretold; Jelly's Last Jam (Tony and Drama Desk nominations, American Theater Wing Award, Drama-Logue Award). Off-Broadway credits: Thunder Knocking on the Door, A New Brain, God's Heart and Hello Again. NYSF: Macbeth, Henry VII, Dancing on Her Knees, Insurrection, Measure for Measure, East Texas Hot Links, Dog Opera, The Caucasian Chalk Circle (Drama Desk and Theater Wing nominations), Spunk (Theatre World Award). She has also designed for numerous regional theatres across the country and in England. Huey P. Newtown Award for Costume Design Excellence and a member of SGI-USA.

DONALD HOLDER (Lighting Design). Broadway credits include Movin' Out, Thoroughly Modern Millie, The Lion King (1998 Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle Awards), King Hedley II, Juan Darien (Tony and Drama Desk nominations), The Green Bird, Hughie, Bells Are Ringing, Holiday, Voices in the Dark, Eastern Standard and The Boy From Oz (upcoming). Off-Broadway: A Man of No Importance, Everett Beekin, Jitney, Sight Unseen, Three Days of Rain, Strike Up the Band, Communicating Doors, The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told, The Caucasian Chalk Circle, Spunk, Avenue X, Jeffrey, Sondheim's Saturday Night and many others.

ROB MILBURN (Sound Designer). Broadway credits include music compositions and sound for One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and The Speed of Darkness and sound for King Hedley II, Hollywood Arms, Buried Child, The Song of Jacob Zulu and The Grapes of Wrath. Also sound for August Wilson's Jitney, Off-Broadway and London.

MICHAEL BODEEN (Sound Designer). On Broadway he designed sound for Hollywood Arms, created music and sound for One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and music for My Thing of Love. Off-Broadway he created music and sound for Boy Gets Girl, Red and Space and designed sound for Galileo Galilei at BAM and London.

DAVID S. LEONG (Fight Director). Broadway: The Miracle Worker, King Hedley II, The Rainmaker, The Civil War, Carousel, Company, Picnic, Hamlet, Macbeth, Solitary Confinement, Sex and Longing, A Delicate Balance, The Homecoming and In the Summer House. Feature films include Titus Andronicus and Alien Resurrection. More than 70 Off-Broadway credits including Titus Andronicus, Jitney, Henry IV, Parts 1 and 2, Woyzeck, Mad Forest, Cymbeline, Othello, Playboy of the West Indies and more. David is chairman and full professor of the Theatre Department at Virginia Commonwealth University. He is one of ten certified fight masters in the Society of American Fight Directors.

DIANE DIVITA (Production Stage Manager). Broadway: August Wilson's King Hedley II, The Sound of Music, Dream, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and Arthur Miller's Broken Glass. Off-Broadway: Thunder Knocking on the Door, Arthur Miller's Last Yankee, Charlayne Woodard's Pretty Fire, Mary Zimmerman's Arabian Nights and Lynne Meadow's production OF Nine Armenians. Other: Many regional theatres, in addition to international touring throughout Europe, Eastern Europe and China. Currently a lecturer at Yale School of Drama. As always, a pleasure to work with stage managers Cynthia Kocher and Megan Smith.

CYNTHIA KOCHER (Stage Manager). Broadway: August Wilson's King Hedley II. 


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