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ROBERT JUDD (Toledo) appeared in the Actors Theatre of Louisville's international tour of Getting Out. He was also seen there in A Full Length Portrait of America, They're Coming to Make it Brighter andOf Mice and Men. His other regional credits include Sweet Bird of Youth at the Cincinnati Playhouse, the Long Wharf Theatre and the Crossroads Theatre of New Jersey. Mr. Judd has appeared on Broadway in Watch on the Rhine at the Golden Theatre and Off-Broadway in Black Visions at the New York Public Theater, Zooman and the Sign with the Negro Ensemble Company and Welfare at the Ensemble Studio Theatre. His film credits include Across 110th Street and Fight for Your Life . Mr. Judd has also appeared on television on "Saturday Night Live," "As the World Turns," "The Guiding Light" and "Getting To Know Me" for PBS.

JOE SENECA (Cutler) created this role at the Yale Repertory Theatre. He played Dr. Thompson in The Verdict starring Paul Newman, Santiago in The Evil That Men Do with Charles Bronson, and Nimrod in The Heart of the Garden  written and directed by Lavinia M. Currier. Mr. Seneca's television credits include "The Wilma Rudolph Story" with Cicely Tyson, James Cagney's "Terrible Joe Moran," "Solomon Northrup's Odyssey" directed by Gordon Parks and "The House of Dies Drear" with Howard Rollins, Clarence Williams III, Moses Gunn and Gloria Foster. Mr. Seneca was in the Elizabeth Taylor production of The Little Foxes for over a year. His other Broadway credits include Of Mice and Men  with James Earl Jones. Mr. Seneca started his career with a satirical singing group called "The Three Riffs."

LOU CRISCUOLO (Irvin) created this role at the Yale Repertory Theatre. In New York, he appeared in Man of La Mancha; Smith; Yanks 3, Detroit, 0, Top of the Seventh; Rubbers; Matty the Moron and Madonna and The Contessa of Mulberry Street . Mr. Criscuolo's regional credits include Harve with Mercedes McCambridge, Tribute, Guys and Dolls with Joe Namath, and many others. On television, he has appeared on "The Stockard Channing Show," "The Edge of Night," "Too Far From Tampa Blues" (for which he was nominated for an Emmy), "Alice," "Kojak," "Naked City" and "Route 66." Mr. Criscuolo's film credits include The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight and Going Home, among others.

JOHN CARPENTER (Sturdyvant) appeared this year in And a Nightingale Sang at Lincoln Center, in "Loving" on ABC and in Twigs. Mr Carpenter's Broadway credits include Dinner at Eight and After the Rain [[/italics]]. His films include Tootsie, Network and The Silence. Regional credits include Willy Loman in Death of a Salesman at Pittsburgh Public Theatre and Syracuse Stage, in Accidental Death of an Anarchist at L.A.'s Mark Taper Forum and national tours in Morning's at Seven and Equus. He has worked

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