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Sal Cacciato

Sal makes his debut at Tri-State as Hal in David Auburn’s award-winning drama, PROOF. Roles Played: Benny in SNOW ANGEL (Lincoln Center Directors Lab); Starveling in A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM and Captain Jamy in HENRY V (Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey); Provost in MEASURE FOR MEASURE, Mercutio in ROMEO & JULIET, Coulmier in QUILLS (College Conservatory of Music); and others. He has appeared in films and TV, and holds a BFA in Dramatic Performance from the University of Cincinnati.

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Lauren Caldera

LAUREN CALDERA  ActorReturned to Tri-State in 2012 as Gwendolen in THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST. She has been performing on stage for over ten years.  She worked with Tri-State’s youth company (THE LITTLE MERMAID & CHARLOTTE’S WEB) and has also appeared in various productions at The Growing Stage and Highland Stage.  At Franklin School she appeared as Annie in ANNIE and Wendy in PETER PAN.  At Wallkill Valley Regional High School she performed as Miss Sherman in FAME and starred as Rosie Alvarez in BYE, BYE BIRDIE. For Highland Stage she was Dorothy Brock in 42nd STREET and  starred as Mama Rose in GYPSY.

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Cori Lynn Campell

Cori returned to Tri-State to play Wilhelmina Murray in THE PASSION OF DRACULA, after playing Tierney Chase in the professional premiere of Sean O’Leary’s RAIN IN THE HOLLOWS, both in Season 2004. A member of Actors Equity Association,  Ms. Campbell has appeared recently in several new plays in New York City including THE WRECK BEHIND US and RAPT, both by Roland Tec, and KARAOKE NIGHT AT THE SUICIDE SHACK by Rob Urbinati.  She toured nationally with the National Shakespeare Company in OTHELLO and THE TAMING OF THE SHREW and traveled throughout Europe in HAIR.  Regional credits include ROMEO AND JULIET (Hangar Theatre); The SPEED OF DARKNESS (Shadowland Theatre); ANNIE, GODSPELL, PLAIN AND FANCY and JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT (Round Barn Theatre).  She has done several independent films and had a recurring part on ALL MY CHILDREN.  Ms Campbell is a member of New Jersey Repertory Company, a graduate of  Harvard University and lives in Manhattan.

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Chuck Caudill

CHUCK CAUDILL, JR. Actor–made his first stage appearance with TAT as Heck Tate in TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD.   Mr. Caudill is a retired Navy commander. He is a founding member of Tempest Productions in Hoboken, NJ, and is in the MFA Program at the Actors Studio Drama School. Mr. Caudill also studied at Herbert Berghoff Studios and with master acting teachers: Ron Leibman, Elizabeth Kemp and Sandy Dennis. Stage credits include I DO, I DO, LAUGHTER ON THE 23rd FLOOR, IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE, 1776, PYGMALION and DRACULA. He resides in Jackson, NJ with his wife Pam and children John and Beth.

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Tim Chenard

TIM CHENARD  Actor   made his debut as Algernon  in THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST (2012) with Tri-State Actors Theater. An English major at SCCC, he is president of the Performing Arts Club. His past credits include Lefou ( BEAUTY AND THE BEAST,) Horace Vandergelder (HELLO DOLLY,) Ali Hakim (OKLAHOMA,) and  Pseudolous ( A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM.)  He recently directed the SCCC student production of THE ODD COUPLE.

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Mary Clifford

MARY CLIFFORD  Actor- -returned to Tri-State as Charlotte in MISSING PAGES, the first new play in the 2008 New Plays Reading Series. Ms. Clifford is the founder and artistic director of the Illustrious Theatre in Warwick, NY where she has produced and directed many plays including the Summer Shakespeare Festival at the Warwick Valley Winery. She has performed in dozens of plays,  has written several scripts and is a director and teacher at Bergen County Community College. For Tri-State, she was “B” in Edward Albee’s THREE TALL WOMEN, and directed A.R. Gurney’s comedy, SYLVIA, and ERICA’S LAST MISSION, a new play by Tevia Abrams.

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Anne Connolly

ANNE CONNOLLY* Actor- – joined Tri-state Actors Theater as Mrs. Van Daan in TAT’s 2004 production of THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK.  A member of Actors Equity Association, Ms. Connolly belongs to several of New Jersey’s professional resident theater companies, including NJ Rep and 12 Miles West. She recently appeared as Titania in A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM both in NYC’s Inwood Shakespeare Festival and NJ’s Holmdel Theater Company. She also appeared as Maggie in the staged reading of  MAGGIE’S PLAY, by Alan Steinberg, as part of TAT’s New Plays Reading Series.