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Warning: The Surgeon General Has Determined That Cigarette Smoking Is Dangerous to Your Health. 
4 mg. "tar," 0.5 mg. nicotine av. per cigarette by FTC Method.

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ground singer with such famous recording artists as Harry Belafonte and the late Jackie Wilson, and a soloist for David Amram. She has appeared at the leading regional theatres including Hartford Stage, Manhattan Theatre Club and Louisville Studio Theatre. She appeared in the European Festival tour of The Amen Corner, as a guest artist with the National Theatre of Paris and was the N.Y. Federal Theatre production of Alice Childress's Trouble in Mind. Her other television appearances include "Hollywood Squares," "The Dinah Shore Show," "Police Story," "Love Boat" and "Concealed Enemies." Her screen credits include They Might Be Giants, The Wiz, The Goodbye Girl, All That Jazz, The Great Santini and The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. Ms. Merritt received an Emmy nomination for "All About Ms. Merritt."

CHARLES S. DUTTON (Levee) who created this role at the Yale Repertory Theatre, is a 1983 graduate of the Yale School of Drama where he performed in over 30 productions. The range of roles included a Japanese Kabuki warrior, King Lear, a Chinese revolutionary peasant and Brecht's Baal. His credits at the Yale Repertory Theatre include Rip Van Winkle or "The Works," Beef No Chicken and Apostovo. He appeared as the Lord Mayor of London in the New York Shakespeare Festival's Richard III, and in Atlanta, Georgia, he played in Miss Julie. He performed in the world production of Eugene Ionesco's Man With Bags in Baltimore. Since leaving Yale, Mr. Dutton has developed two shows of his own: Shakespeare, A Concert, a medley of Shakespearean scenes and a narrative of the life of renowned black Shakespearean actor of the 19th century, Ira Aldridge; an a comedy show entitled It's Time To Save America.

LEONARD JACKSON (Slow Drag), formerly known as L. Errol Jaye, began as a professional actor on television and appeard in [[italics]]Coriolanus and Henry V with the New York Shakespeare Festival. He made his Broadway debut as Pastor in the 1968 production of [[italics]]The Great White Hope. Other Broadway performances include Moise Tshombe in Murderous Angels and John Kumalo in Lost in the Stars. At the Yale Repertory Theatre, Mr. Jackson has appeared as Poet Timon of Athens and Frank Kalib in They Are Dying Out. His many Off-Broadway performances include Electronic Nigger, Karl Marx Play and Chickencoop Chinaman. His film credits include Five on the Black Hand Side and Carwash, et. al, and currently he plays a barfly in John Sayles's Brother From Another Planet. Mr. Jackson has appeared on television movies and series, and was in the Clio nominated AT&T commerical "Joey Called." Mr. Jackson is also a playwright; therefore, he asks that you please support the New York Public Library. Also, please support the American Space Foundation. 


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