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[[LEFT PAGE]] WHO'S WHO IN THE CAST MIRJANA JOKOVIC (Simone) has appeared in more than 14 international films. Some of her favorites are: Side Streets, Three Summer Days (1997 Best Actress, Yugoslavia), Underground (1995 Palme D'Or), Vukovar (1994 Best Actress, Yugoslavia), Little One (1992 Best Actress, Yugoslavia), Das Serbishen Mathen Border, Ever Smile New Jersey (with Daniel Day Lewis, International Best Actress, San Sebastian Film Festival). Theatre: Awakening by Frank Wedekind, Baal, by Bertolt Brecht and Wild Duck by Henrik Ibsen. Ms. Jokovic studied at the Academy of Dramatic Arts, Belgrade. ONI FAIDA LAMPLEY (Ama Cyllah). Broadway includes August Wilson's Two Trains Running. Off-Broadway includes The Destiny of Me, Boesman and Lena, and Zooman and the Sign. Regional: All's Well (Old Globe), False Admissions (Hartford Stage), The Misanthrope (Center Stage). Film includes Lonestar, First Do No Harm, and Cost of Living. TV includes "Law & Order," "NYPD Blue" and "Homicide: Life on the Streets." 1991 Helen Hayes Award nominee for Outstanding Supporting Actress. Recipient of 1991 Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding New Play, Mixed Babies (Dramatists Play Service, 1992); an NEA/DC Commission on Arts writing grant; a Fox Foundation Grant; commissions from Alabama Shakespeare Festival and The Smithsonian Institute. Her first personal essay, "The Wig and I," was published in Mirabella magazine in March 1993. Oni most recently performed her original piece, The Dark Kalamazoo, in the Lincoln Center Reading Series. She is a founding member of the Drama Department and the Actors' Center. She is currently writing Tough Titty: A Passion Play. JOHN McADAMS (Neibert). Recent credits and favorite projects include Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde (original cast) at the Minetta Lane; The Wonder of the World at Dance Theater Workshop; Severity's Mistress at New Dramatists; Schadenfreude by Carlos Murillo, directed by David Greenspan; A Devil Inside at Soho rep; Animal Magnetism by Terry O'Reilly of Mabou Mines; the Obie-award winning Wally's Ghost by Ain Gordon at Soho Rep; Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead at the Hangar Theater; the one person show Fickin Whistle by Rachelle Minkoff; Mission Byzantium! by Gordon Dahlquist; and A Drop in the Ocean, a collaboration with New York Theatre Workshop and Ruth Maleczech. He holds an M.F.A. in acting from UCSD and is a native of San Diego. BRIAN MURRAY (Mr. Blake) has starred most recently as Mr. John Tarleton in Misalliance at the Roundabout Theatre. On Broadway he has appeared in The Little Foxes (Drama Desk Award and Tony nomination), Racing Demon, Black _________________ [[decorated boxed ad]] For the perfect ending to a great night of theatre, join us on New York's other grand stage. The PALM COURT 5466-5350 Post-theatre supper Elegant old-world atmosphere with light supper, complete bar, superb dessert etagere and live music. Until midnight. [[image: logo of Plaza with back-to-back 'P' in shield]] The Plaza New York A FAIRMONT MANAGED HOTEL.AMERICA'S GRAND HOTELS SINCE 1907 Fifth Avenue at Central Park South [[RIGHT PAGE]] [[whole page ad]] [[image: photo of man on phone, in background an exit sign, people milling near a reception desk]] (umbilical card) How do you keep your people connected when the workplace is the world? The AT&T Corporate Calling Card is their lifeline. It puts AT&T operators, conference calling, voice-messaging, even interpreters, within their reach. Which puts success within yours. The AT&T Corporate Calling Card is the most effective way of doing business, wherever it's being done. For more information, contact your Account Executive, visit us at www.att.com/business_traveler or call 1-800-222-0400. It's all within your reach. [[image: AT&T globe logo]]AT&T
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