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Comedy, Noises Off (Drama Desk Award), Da, Sleuth, All in Good Time, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (Tony nomination), King Lear, A Small Family Business. Off-Broadway credits include Ashes (Obie Award), The Entertainer, Da, Entertaining Mr. Sloane, Molly Sweeney, Travels with My Aunt (Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards) The Merry Wives of Windsor, Hamlet, Much Ado About Nothing, The Jail diary of Albie Sachs, The Arcata Promise, The Knack. Broadway directorial credits include Walt of the Toreadors, Hay Fever, Arsenic and Old Lace, Blithe Spirit, The Circle, The Showoff. Off-Broadway: A Scent of Flowers, Stevie, Summer, Stoppard's Enter a Free man, Real Estate, Noel and Gertie. On TV: "The Chinese Prime Minister," with Dame Judith Anderson. His many regional theatre appearances include The Doctor's Dilemma (The Shakespeare Theatre, Washington, DC); Artichoke (Long Wharf); The Philanthropist (Goodman Theatre); Terra Nova (Baltimore's Center Stage). Film: City Hall, Bob Roberts, The Investigation, and Illusions.

PAULA NEWSOME (Sarah Bradley) comes to Playwrights Horizons directly from The Public where she worked with Adam Guettel and Tina Landau on Saturday Returns and on Michael John La Chiusa's the Wild Party. She spent half the summer at Williamstown Theater Festival in Donald Margulies's Broken Sleep directed by Lisa Peterson, and the other half at Sag Harbor's Bay Street Theatre playing Betty Comden in Make Someone Happy directed by Phyllis Newman. She was in the original Tony award-winning cast of Carousel at Lincoln Center where she played Carrie Pipperidge. She is very happy to be returning to Playwrights Horizons after playing Mabel in last season's award-winning production of Violet. Her film and TV credits include the PBS feature "Harambee" starring Howard Rollings and she can be seen opposite Dolly Parton in Straight Talk. Paula plays the voice of TWANG in the PBS children's series "Cracklebox" which will be shown next season.

MICHAEL POTTS (David Bradley) has appeared Off-Broadway in Overtime at The Manhattan Theater Club, Rent at New York Theatre Workshop, The America Play (Obie Award) at The Public Theater and Playboy of the West Indies at The Mitzi Newhouse Theatre. He has appeared regionally at Yale Rep, La Jolla Playhouse, Dallas Theatre Center and The Actors Theatre of Louisville. Film & TV credits include Hackers, Stonewall, Conspiracy Theory, The Peacemaker, the West, Jefferson, "NYPD Blue," "Law & Order," and "One Life to Live." He is a graduate of The Yale School of Drama.

MADUKA STEADY (Joaquim). Off-Broadway: Scapin (Roundabout Theatre), Black Boy (American Place Theater), A

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