|Scene one:||Major Dillon's office|
|Scene two:||Recreation grounds, Camp Sally|
|Scene three:||An outdoor stage, the resettlement hamlet|
|Scene four:||A clearing near the hamlet|
|Scene five:||Supply grounds, Camp Sally|
|Scene six:||Parade grounds, Camp Sally|
|Scene seven:||The resettlement hamlet, Main Street|
|Scene eight:||Parade grounds, Camp Sally|
There will be a ten-minute intermission
SETH ALLEN (Luke, Gerald Moore) most recently appeared as Pontius Pilate in the Broadway production of “Jesus Christ Superstar.” He is completeing a cycle in this production in that he was in the first anti-Vietnam war play, “Viet Rock.” An original member of the Open Theater and the La Mama Troupe, he won the Obie Award as Best Actor of the Year for his performance in “Futz.” In London he originated the role of Mike in the Royal Court production of Michael Weller’s “Cancer.” He directed the La Mama productions of Adrienne Kennedy’s “A Rat’s Mass,” Sam Shepard’s “Melodrama Play” and Ed Bullins’ “Street Sounds.” A writer, his first play, “Sissy” was a recent off-off-Broadway success, and his new play, “Blonde Roots,” a musical, will be produced later this season. His films include “Alice’s Restaurant,” “Catch-22” and “Futz.” He will soon be seen opposite Diana Sands in the film “Honeybaby” and in the John Cassevetes TV pilot, “Nightside.” He is a member of the Nichiren Shoshu Academy. Nam Myoho Renge Kyo.
LUIS AVALOS (Costucci, Lient. Maddox) was born in Havana Cuba. He is a regular with The Electric Company and a member of the Lincoln Center Repertory Company. Mr. Avalos is featured in the soon to be released film “Badge 373” and has won two International Advertersing Awards for his performance in Dr. Pepper commercials. He is a graduate of the N.Y.U. School of the Arts.
RICHARD CASPER (Spookie) recently appeared in “Much Ado About Nothing” on Broadway and on television, and understudied the role of Claudio. Equally at home acting, singing or dancing, his recent credits include Dick in “Dames at Sea” and “1776” with William Daniels and Howard da Silva. Richard is a graduate of Northwestern University.
LEATA GALLOWAY (Nin Hua) was recently seen in “The Trials of Oz” and “Ms. Nefretiti Regrets” at La Mama. She made her Broadway debut as an original cast member of “Hair” and played in the musical for two and a half years. More recently Leata has appeared on Broadway in “Dude” and last season’s production of “Soon.” Her off-Broadway appearances include roles in “Iphigenia” at the New York Shakespeare Festival as well as the London production at the Young Vic. She made her film debut in “Cotton Comes to Harlem” and has played nightclubs, made commercials and appeared on the Carson, Griffin, Frost and Soul Shows. Miss Galloway has a five octave voice range and her friends call her “The Star.”
BAXTER HARRIS (Major Dillon) was seen in “American Hurrah,” “The Serpent” and “Ubu Cocu” with the Open Theater. He appeared in “The Wicked Women Review” for the West Beth Feminist Playwright’s Collective and in Douglas Turner Ward’s “The Reckoning.” Mr. Harris was born in Columbus, Kansas, the home of the largest ball of string in the world.
MARY BETH HURT (Uncle Remus, Nurse) is a graduate of the N.Y.U. School of the Arts. She spent last year in England where she worked at the Questor’s Theatre as Mrs. Phineas in “Happy Haven” and appeared in “The Rymers of Eldritch” at the Dundalk, Ireland, Drama Festival. She returned to New York in September and appeared in Michael Weller’s “Tira” at the Ensemble Studio Theatre.