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Anne Barclay

Anne directed ENGAGEMENT RULES, by Rich Orloff the fourth new play in the NEW PLAY READING SERIES for 2008. A member of Actors Equity Association, she starred as Grace in Tom Ziegler’s GRACE AND GLORIE in Tri-State Actors Theater’s 2005 main stage production.  She played Grandma(Clara Hukill) in the world premiere of Sean O’Leary’s RAIN IN THE HOLLOWS in Season 2004 and performed Grace in TAT’s ’04′ concert reading of GRACE AND GLORIE.  Ms. Barclay was Mag Folan in TAT’s THE BEAUTY QUEEN OF LEENANE in Season 2001. She appeared in the concert readings of Sean O’Leary’s CLAUDIE HUKILL(now RAIN IN THE HOLLOWS) for TAT in 2002 and  O’Leary’s POUND in Season 2003, and has also directed in the New Plays Reading Series. Ms. Barclay started her career in Boston and Cambridge over thirty years ago working in political and experimental theater. She moved to New York in 1977 and has worked Off-Broadway, Off-Off Broadway and in regional theaters, at the Public Theater in New York and The Actors’ Theater in Louisville, among others. Ms. Barclay lives in Greenville, NY with 30 sheep, 2 donkeys and several dogs. 2010 was Ms. Barclay’s 12th season with TAT. Anne Barclay passed away November, 2010; we all miss her very much.

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Tara Bowles

Tara returns to the Tri-State stage as Esther Franz in Arthur Miller’s THE PRICE.  She first appeared with the acting company  as Mrs. Dubose in TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD during our first season at the Crescent Theater, and has appeared in TAT’s New Plays Readings Series.  She has worked as an actress, director and a teacher of acting.  Ms. Bowles portrayed Eula Louise in NIGHT DUTY, an original play she directed for the Gotham Players in NYC.  Other NY productions include PENTHOUSE LEGEND, THE COUNTRY WIFE, FOOL FOR LOVE, and WAITING FOR LEFTY.  She studied at the Stella Adler conservatory of Acting and taught for Miss Adler in NYC and Los Angeles.  She also taught at the National Shakespeare Conservatory, and the L’Ecole Cantonale D’Art, a school for film makers in Lausanne, Switzerland. Ms. Bowles currently conducts the  workshop for advanced acting  at Tri-State Actors Theater and serves on our Board of Trustees.

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Clodagh Bowyer

Clodagh joined the professional company during Season 2003, playing the role of Mercedes in our New Plays Reading Series concert reading of Jay Boyer’s FOR SOME REASON COMMA SHE LAUGHED.  Ms. Bowyer appeared again for our special July ’04 reading of Tom Ziegler’s GRACE AND GLORIE in the role of Gloria, and performed the role again in the mainstage production of GRACE AND GLORIE during Season 2005 for Tri-State Actors Theater.   She was born in Ireland, but at a very young age moved to Las Vegas (of all places,) where she grew up.  Most recently she was seen Off-Broadway in the title role of SUNSHINE SALLY, played Karl Marx’s daughter in LOVE AND  REVOLUTION, and  Flaurette in DUMAS AND SON. Ms. Bowyer was featured in the Irish Repertory Theatre’s PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD and the Irish Arts Center’s POOR BEAST IN THE RAIN.  She performed in Richard Wright’s NATIVE SON and Eugene Ionesco’s RHINOCEROS for the Classical Theatre of Harlem, for which CTH was awarded an “OBIE”.  Regionally, she performed in THE LOVER and THE THREEPENNY OPERA. She has toured Ireland in productions of TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD, THE STORM,  TRANSLATIONS and other works.  Ms. Bowyer has appeared in many commercials, and films, is a graduate of the Neighborhood Playhouse School for the Theater and trained at Circle in the Square and  the Gaiety School of Acting. She currently studies with the Susan Slavin Actor’s and Singer’s Academy. Ms. Bowyer is a member of both Irish and American Actors Equity Associations.