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Milton K-aiseJ'as was immediately placed in the ranks of the theatre's most important young directors with his staging of ''The Zoo Story," a productionwhich established the reputation of author Edward Albee as well. The following season he enjoved a similar success with "Gall' Me Bv My Rightful Name" by Michael Shurtieft. Active in the regional theatre as well as New York-, his production of "Coriolanus" this summer won the Globe Award as the outstanding presentation at- the San' Diego Shakespeare Festival. His other credits include directing Shelley Winters in "W ho’s Afraid1 of Virginia Woolt?", "A View from the Bridge" and "The Country Giri," jo Van Fleet- and the late Mvron' McCormick in "The Visit" and Robert Loggia and Salome Jens in "Macbeth-.”


Miss Dukakis' acting credits include an impressive list of roles. On Broadway she has appeared with Ann Harding, and been stand-by to such notable actresses as Shelley Winters, in THE NIGHT OF THE IGUANA and in THE ASPERN PAPERS. Her considerable acting talent was acknowledged in 1962 when she received the Obie Award for her performance in A MAN’S A MAN. Other Off- Broadway performances include roles in AGAMEMNON, NEW TENANT and CRIMES AND. CRIMES. No newcomer lo regional theatre, Miss Dukakis played the rule of the Mother in LONG DAY'S JO U RN EY at Pnincetoh in 1963, and in Boston in 1964 she played the Daughter in SIX CH A RA CTERS IN: SEARCH Of- AN AUTHOR. In addition lo the stage she has appeared in films, playing the lead in TWICE A MAN, the second prize winner of the Brussel's Film Festival. Also listed among Miss Dukakis' credits are numerous television appearances on such major programs as Dr. Kildare, The Nursex Ed Sullivan and Camera .1.


Joseph Mascolo lias taken a leave of absence from the current off-Broadway revival of "A View from the Bridge" to comr to Buffalo for "The Ruse Tattoo.” Mr. Mascolo's first major stage assignment in New York was the marathon-running production of "The Threepenny ." He made his Broadway debui in 's "Night Life," in which he also understudied . For television, he has appeared on The Defenders, Car .>!, the upcoming Coronet Blue, and in a continuing role on . A talented musician as well as an actor, he has played the clarinet with the Metropolitan Opera orchestra and Paul Lava.lie’s Band of America.

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Mr. Sirasoerg's experience in the theatre has been quite varied. As an actor he has appeared on Broadway in roles in FIVE EVENINGS-; and MARATHON 33. These two roles were intersperse'd by a directing assignment of a production of COPPER QUEEN. More recently he stage managed^ productions of BLUtS FOR MR. CHARLIE and THREE SISTERS. In addition to these credits Mr. Strasberg teaches acting classes privately for his father, Lee Strasberg.


Miss Bennett was seen in the Broadway and touring company production of THE IRREGULAR VERB IO LOVi:. O ’i-Broadway she has appeared in and tin: Equity Library production of JOAN

OF LORRAINE. Oulsidu 01 New York she has appeared in the Oregon Shakespeare Festival where she played roles in AS YOU LIKE IT and PERICLES. Her television appearances include roles in most of the leading series: Omnibus, Armstrong, Naked City, Wide, Wide World, The Defenders and The Nurses,

ANTONIA REY Ri.-y was the lead::!;.', ladv for a Havana Theatre group of Andres Castro called Las Mascaias and one ot Cuba's loremust serious actresses before coming lo this countrv. Among her best-known roles were the heroines o! Williams'' ORPHEUS Di.SCENDING. (for which she received a critics' award) and DARK A I I FI!: I OP OF THE S FAIRS and she has starred also in the plays of Garcia Lorca. Her most recent appearances in this countiy were in the Broadway musical BAJOUR and a small part in the Hollywoo.d film, A FINE MADNESS.


Mr. Terranova began his stage career at aye 1:5 in his native Italy. Fie has been seen in many Italian movies and associated with many leading Italian dramatic companies performing on stage and radio. From 19-12 lo 19-!6 he was with the Italian staff on the Voice of America broadcasts. In ly.^tJ off- Broadway saw him in MOON OVER MULBERRY STREET. Broadway appearances in DARK LEGEND and IN ANY LANGUAGE followed. He was featured in BUCKET in ihe role of Cardinal Zambelli during the 196'J-61 season. DAUGHTER OF SILENCE with Ernlyn Williams and THE WRONG MAN directed by Alfred Hitchcock are iwu motiun picture credits of which he is duly proud.

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