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Pursuit of Happiness, which can be seen on the late, late show. He relaxes by reading poetry, especially that by the black poet Paul Lawrence Dunbar.

VIVIAN REED (Marsha, Young Irene) a singer, dancer, actress, is a product of the Juilliard School of Music. She has also studied dance with George Faison, Phil Black and Ronald Dunham. Miss Reed starred in the Chicago production of Dont Bother Me, I Cant Cope and has appeared in such top night clubs as the Sahara Hotel, Las Vegas; Kings Castle, Lake Tahoe; the Shoreham Hotel, Washington, D.C.; the Copacabana, New York; and the Clay House Inn, Bermuda. She has also made guest appearances on the Mike Douglas, David Frost, Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin shows.

ETHEL BEATTY (Ella), a serious student of music, made her stage debut in The Prodigal Sister in New York in 1974. She has toured in Europe and Mexico with The Post Madrigal Singers and has also sung with the New York Orchestral Society at Carnegie Hall. A cum laude music graduate of C.W. Post College, she was also the winner of three music scholarships while there.
CAROLYN BYRD (Gospel Lady, Female Nightclub Singer, Carolyn) made her Broad-way debut in Purlie and played a dual role in What's a Nice Country Like You Doing in a State Like This?. She did a concert tour of Nigeria and does a one-woman gospel concert. Her greatest joy is being a soloist with the Canaan Baptist Church Concert Chorale. She can be seen on the daytime television series, Somerset, and in many commercials.

CHIP GARNETT (Jim, Male Nightclub Singer) made his Broadway debut in Candide, directed by Harold Prince. Singing "Sophisticated Lady" has special significance for him since Duke Ellington was responsible for his first New York appearance in Ellington's Sacred Concert Series in 1972. Off-Broadway Mr. Garnett has been featured in Inner City and Assumption Parish. His stock credits include Celebration, Faust, and Carousel. His television appearances have included the special Gershwin: Made in America, numerous guest spots and commercials.

KAREN GRANNUM (Norma) has appeared in regional productions of Jimmy Shine, The Man of La Mancha, the Chicago production of The Me Nobody Knows, and Owen Dodson's New York production of Bayou Legend. She has been seen in several television com-mercials and also appeared as the title character in the Italian film Noa, Noa. This is Miss Grannum's Broadway debut.

CHARLISE HARRIS (Laura), a native New Yorker, received a B.A. degree in theatre and an education degree from Marymouth Man-hattan College. She toured in Annie Get Your Gun and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, was in the Broadway production of A Matter of Time, and the off-Broadway show See America First.

ALTON LATHROP (Gene, Gospel Lady's Son, A Solitune) landed his first job in Hello, Dolly!, and continued his career with the shows - Broadway and off-Broadway - Zorba; Purlie; The Flies; The Great Mac-Daddy; Dont Bother Me, I Cant Cope, and the concert version of Jesus Christ Superstar.

LONNIE McNEIL (Skip, A Solitune, Young Checkers), is a product of Joan Peters and the late, great Syvilla Fort. His credits include the Tony Award-winning musical hit Raisin; both the Broadway and National Company of Purlie; Two Gentlemen of Verona, in which he recreated the role of Thurio and several television appearances, most recently The Mike Douglas Show.

BARRY PRESTON (Charlie, Count) grew up in Brooklyn and is a graduate of N.Y.'s School of Performing Arts. On Broadway he's been in Camelot, Something More, A Joyful Noise, The Education of Hyman Kaplan and Promises, Promises. For summer theatre he's played Bernardo in West Side Story, Benny in Guys and Dolls and Spats in Sugar. Some of his Television credits include Gene Kelly's New York, New York, I'm a Fan, Hullabaloo, Androcles and the Lion and the 1975 Grammy Awards Show.

DYANN ROBINSON (Helen) is from Tuskegee, Alabama and holds an B.A. degree in dance and an M.F.A. in drama. She has taught dance at Howard University and Brandeis. She has directed her own dance company, been a member of Maurice Bejart's Ballet and a member of Billy Wilson's Dance Theatre of Boston. 

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