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Mr. Arp has just returned to Seattle after performing as Rock in Rock And Betty Dance at the Dog Theatre in Denver, Colorado. A native of Houston, Texas, some representative roles include Dalton in Equus, Estragon in Waiting For Godot, and the King of France in King Lear for the Urban Theatre, and Lysander in A Midsummer Night's Dream, Paris in Romeo and Juliet, Dr. Caius in Merry Wives of Windsor, Bushy in Richard II, and Bardolf in Henry V for the Houston Shakespeare Festival. Other Houston credits include five seasons with the Children's Theatre Festival and performances with Stages Repertory Theatre (including Merrel in the world premiere of Hotel Oubliette), The Houston Grand Opera, and the Strand Street Theatre in Galveston. Since moving to Seattle, he has been seen as Baptista/Biondello in Taming Of The Shrew at the Seattle Shakespeare Festival, and as The Doctor, The Showman, and The Jew in Woyzeck and one of the five creator/performers of the original work Blood Orange for The Immediate Theatre. For his performance in The Vortex, John was interviewed by MTV Europe and can be seen as Justus in the demo version of HyperBole's next movie Ten State Spree.

Ms. Perry has appeared in many different venues in the Seattle, Washington area. Some of her most popular roles include Pinzon in City of Gold at the Seattle Repertory Theatre, Lily in Hunger and Miss Scoons in Angel City at the New City Theatre, Kitty in Subrosa at the Alice B. Theatre, Nadja in Division Street at the Seattle Group Theatre, Teresa in Italian-American Reconciliation at the Pioneer Square Theatre, and the title role of Betty the Yeti at A Contemporary Theatre. For the Intiman Theatre Company, she performed such roles as Sophie in The Grace of Mary Traverse, Lady MacDuff in MacBeth, Julia in The Rivals, Violet in Man and Superman, and Louise in Private Lives, among others. She has also worked at the San Jose Repertory Theatre and can be seen as Sally in the ABC-TV Movie-Of-The-Week I'll Take Romance. A graduate of Seattle's Cornish College of the Arts, Amy recently married and has moved to Los Angeles to further pursue her career.

Born and raised in Texas, Mr. Black is one of the most popular and critically-acclaimed actors in the Southwest. Throughout his years as a company member of the Alley Theatre, he has been seen in such diverse roles as MacBeth, Van Helsing in Dracula, Mr. Webb in Our Town, Sam in Lips Together Teeth Apart, Scrooge in A Christmas Carol, Paris in Danton's Death directed by Robert Wilson, Burns in The Front Page, McMurphy in One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest, W.C. Fields in Anne Bogart and Tina Landau's American Vaudeville, Garfinkle in Other Peoples' Money, Daddy in Sharon And Billy, Rysio in Hunting Cockroaches, Kulygin in The Three Sisters, and ten different roles in Joe Turner's Come And Gone. As a principal actor for the Houston Shakespeare Festival, his most celebrated roles have been Caliban in The Tempest, Coriolanus in Coriolanus, Petruchio in Taming Of The Shrew, Brutus in Julius Caesar, and Iago in Othello. On television in Made-For-TV movies, he has appeared as The Man With The Perfect Swing, Mayfield in Challenger, Giles in Killing In A Small Town, and as Fannin in Houston: Legend of Texas, among others. James can also be seen as Dale in Night Game with Roy Scheider and as Roland in Blind Fury with Rutger Hauer.

A native of New York, Jamie received his B.A. in Drama from S.U.N.Y. Potsdam and his M.F.A. in Acting from Brooklyn College. He received his acting training from teachers such as F. Murray Abraham and Michael Moriarty and is Suzuki-trained in Movement. Regional theatre credits include Rosencrantz And Guildenstern Are Dead at the American Stage Festival, The Hostage at the Gershwin Theatre, She Loves Me at Music Theatre North, Our Town at the Alley Theatre, and Henry V at the Houston Shakespeare Festival. On the New York stage, he has performed as Estragon in Waiting For Godot at the Zoo Theatre Company, Gunner in Misalliance at the Westside Repertory Theatre, Wyatt Earth in Larger Than Death at La Mama, and in Woofer The Psychic Dog at the Manhattan Punch Line. Jamie can be seen as the featured "Killer" in the independent film Occhio Pinocchio.

Ms. Witte was recently awarded both "Best Actress" from Electronic Entertainment and "Best Female On-Screen Performance" from Computer Gaming World for her portrayal of Illyra/Jenny in The Vortex. She currently lives in New York, where she completed studies at the New York Two Year Meisner Technique for Film & Television. A magna cum laude graduate of the University of Houston, she received training under Jose Quintero and Edward Albee. She has appeared at the Houston Shakespeare Festival in such roles as Juliet in Romeo and Juliet, Jessica in The Merchant of Venice, Hero in Much Ado About Nothing and Mistress Anne Page in The Merry Wives of Windsor. Also while in Houston, she performed at the Alley Theatre and Stages Repertory Theatre. Paige can be seen as Lorna in the NBC Movie of the Week Trial: Price of Passion, as Stacy in the independent film Doc's Texaco Station, and as Kim on the soap opera Student Union.

Ms. Jefferies is one of the busiest actresses in Regional Theatre. Trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, she is currently a company member of the Alley Theatre in Houston, Texas, where she has performed such roles as Carol Cutrere in Orpheus Descending, Chloe in Lips Together Teeth Apart, Marion in Robert Wilson's acclaimed production of Danton's Death, and Fanny Brice in American Vaudeville directed by Anne Bogart and Tina Landau. Favorite roles while at the Arena Stage in Washington, D.C., include work with directors Liviu Ciulei and Zelda Fischandler on productions of Don Juan and After The Fall. She has also performed at the Public Theatre, The Eugene O'Neill, the New Jersey Shakespeare Festival, Hartford Stage Company, Berkshire Theatre Festival, the Pennsylvania Centre Stage, the Houston Shaw Festival, Stages Repertory Theatre, and Playmakers Repertory Company, among others. Her performance as Sonya in Uncle Vanya (with Hal Holbrook) at the Great Lakes Theatre Festival won her high praise from critics and audiences alike. Annalee can be seen as Sally in Violets Are Blue with Sissy Spacek and Kevin Kline, as Susan in No Mercy with Richard Gere, as Flood Phillips in Ned Blessing, and in the L.A. Law episode "Dances With Sharks" as Janice Long. She currently lives in Houston, Texas with her daughter Pace Webb.

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