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Vincent Lamberti

Vincent returned in 2006 to portray Stanley Kowalski in Tennessee Williams’ A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE. Mr. Lamberti made his debut at Tri-State Actors Theater as Count Dracula in THE PASSION OF DRACULA.  His New York credits includes productions for  the Roundabout Theatre, the Henry St. Playhouse, NY Public Theatre, and the Metropolitan Playhouse. Regional and international credits include plays for the Pacific Jewish Theatre, the Northshore Music Theatre, Two Rivers Theatre Company, the Shakespeare Theater of NJ, McCarter Theatre, Arkansas Repertory Theatre, Capital Rep, the Drill Hall Arts Center in London, and the National Theatre in Greece. Mr. Lamberti has been seen on TV in ONE LIFE TO LIVE, HOT ICE, HELP! and NY SEE NEWS MAGAZINE. His film work includes THE FUNERAL, THE BLACKOUT, DESECRATION, and HORROR.  Mr. Lamberti is a graduate of the American Conservatory Theatre’s Advanced Training Program and a member of Actors Equity Association.

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Michele Larue

In her first appearance with Tri-State, Ms. LaRue stars as Mara in the 2011 New Plays Reading Series performance of THE RED BALLOON, by Matthew Gutschick.  More of her Bio soon!

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Lynn Laurence

Lynn made her debut at Tri-State Actors Theater in THE VIEW FROM HARRY’S BAR. Her regional and New York credits include: THE RAINMAKER and LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOST at American Stage; HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE at Florida Studio; BOOK OF DAYS for Shadowland Theatre; BUS STOP, THE COCKTAIL HOUR and BROADWAY BOUND for Bristol Valley Theatre; RECKLESS for Kaleidoscope Theatre and THE HOT L BALTIMORE and PICNIC for American Globe. She can also be spotted as various moms, nurses, law associates and fish monger’s wives in PROM NIGHT, LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT; TWO WEEKS NOTICE and the upcoming DOOR IN THE FLOOR. Ms. Laurence lives in New York with her amazing husband Steve. Love and gratitude to family and friends for their continued support. Ms. Laurence is a member of Actors’ Equity, SAG and AFTRA.

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Mark Light-Orr

An Equity member, Mr. Light-Orr joins Tri-State Actors professional company for the first time as both Oberon and Theseus in Season 2005′s A MIDSUMMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, by William Shakespeare, the first professional production of the Bard ever presented in Sussex County and our region. Mr. Light-Orr holds a Bachelors Degree in Music from Boston University and an MFA in Theater from Penn State. His New York credits include work at the Ensemble Studio Theater, Expanded Arts, ASCAP, and the Women�s Project & Production Directors Lab. His regional credits include Milwaukee Repertory Theater, two seasons at the Utah Shakespearean Festival, Colorado Shakespeare Festival, the Fulton Opera House, and South Carolina Repertory Company. Mark played Charlie Cowell (and understudied Harold Hill) in the national tour of Susan Stroman�s revival of THE MUSIC MAN. He has also appeared in several independent films, including the THE YELLOW WALLPAPER and TUS OJOS GRITAN.

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Ellen Lindsay

Ellen joins Tri-State as the Governess in THE TURN OF THE SCREW.  Credits include River City Repertory Theatre’s THE GLASS MENAGERIE as Laura opposite Tony award winner Donna McKechnie, A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC as Anne (RCRT), Bertha in Strindberg’s THE FATHER, Angelique in Moliere’s THE IMAGINARY INVALID, and Carrie in CAROUSEL at The Monomoy Theatre. Ms. Lindsay was Catherine in the Sackett Group’s production of SUDDENLY LAST SUMMER, Popova in Chekhov’s THE BEAR with Watchdog Theatre Company, and Johanna in SWEENEY TODD at the Gloria Maddox Theatre. Other roles include Sara in THE PLAYBOY of the WESTERN WORLD, Cinderella in INTO THE WOODS, Eliza in MY FAIR LADY, Philia in A FUNNY THING…FORUM, Martha in THE SECRET GARDEN, Hero in MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, Ophelia in HAMLET, and Julia in Sheridan’s THE RIVALS.  Ms. Lindsay recently premiered her one woman show which she wrote entitled, RUN FAST THE FIRE, at the Midtown International Theatre Festival in New York.  She received her B.A. in Theatre from Tulane University and her M.F.A. in Acting from Louisiana State University. She is a proud member of Actors Equity Association and Screen Actors Guild. She would like to thank her family for their love and support.

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John Little

John joins Tri-State’s On the Town Play Reading Series in 2011 to perform the role of Finbar in Conor McPherson’s THE WEIR . He returned to Tri-State in 2007 to read the role of Jack in THE BALLAD OF FATHER GALLAGHER, for Tri-State’s first New Play Reading of the season. . He was last seen at Tri-State in the staged reading of Andrew Beal’s THE LOGIC OF REASON in 2006. He starred as Jack Mullen in Conor McPherson’s THE WEIR in season 2005.  Mr. Little  appeared as Dr. Cedric Seward  in THE PASSION OF DRACULA  in 2004, was Amethyst in THE VIEW FROM HARRY’S BAR  in 2003 and Atticus Finch in TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD in Tri-State’s inaugural production (April, 2003) at the Crescent Theater. A long-time member of Actors Equity Association, he played Pato  in THE BEAUTY QUEEN OF LEENANE in Season 2001, and returned in 2002 as Matt Friedman in TALLEY’S FOLLY and HB Larson in the world premiere of ON THE SHOWROOM FLOOR. Other credits include Polonius in HAMLET at the Theatre Project in Massachusetts, and Herr Schultz in CABARET at Worcester Foothills Theatre.  He recently returned from the Asian tour of CABARET starring Andrea McArdle.  He is a Yale School of Drama graduate and has worked at regional theaters across the country and in Europe.  In New York he was in TOO NOBLE BROTHERS, produced by the Public Theatre, CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS at the New Federal Theatre, and DEAR OSCAR at the Perry Street Theatre. Mr. Little’s regional work includes MAJOR BARBARA at Yale Rep, PYGMALION at Syracuse Stage, NOISES OFF at the Barter Theater, OUT OF ORDER at Paper Mill Playhouse, GLIMMERGLASS at Goodspeed and PRIVATE LIVES and SPRINGTIME FOR HENRY at Centenary Stage. He has toured New York in ANGEL STREET, New England in LIGHT UP THE SKY and Canada in SCROOGE.  John lives in NYC with his wife Amy and  children Eleonora and Joel.

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Jennifer Loryn

Jennifer was featured as Hermia in Season 2005′s A MIDSUMMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, by William Shakespeare, the first professional production of the Bard ever presented in Sussex County and our region. She is grateful for the opportunity to play such a �little� but �fierce� role. She has performed at various regional and NYC theaters, including the Williamstown Theatre Festival, the McCarter Theatre, HERE, NY Fringe and La Mama. Jennifer’s third publicly performed one-woman cabaret SWF SEEKING� ran to sold-out audiences at midtown’s Don’t Tell Mama. As always, love to her family. Ms.Loryn is a graduate of Northwestern University. http://www.jenniferloryn.com.

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Brooke Lucas

Brooke made her debut at Tri State in the 2005 production of  THE WEIR.  She is a Kansas City native and a graduate of Abilene Christian University (BFA in Acting) and Temple University (MFA in Acting) where she performed leading roles in RING AROUND THE MOON, DANCING AT LUGHNASA, HOUSE OF BERNADA ALBA, OUR TOWN, BROADWAY, THE BACCHAE, COUD NINE, CRAZY FOR YOU, MY FAIR LADY, AND HOW TO SUCCEED . . . among others.   Professional credits include Lady Macbeth in MACBETH, Isabel in HENRY V (Abilene Shakespeare Festival,)  and understudy for the title role in DIRTY BLONDE (Wilma Theatre, Philadelphia,) directed by Ethan McSweeny.  Most recently, Ms. Lucas appeared in an Equity Showcase production of short works by Christopher Durang in NYC, as well as a workshop of Craig Lucas’ SMALL TRAGEDY for Philadelphia’s 1812 Productions.

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James Robert Ludlum

Making his debut as Peter in Tri-State’s 2010 ROMEO & JULIET, Mr. Ludlum is both an actor and singer, having appeared as Willie Conklin in RAGTIME (Montclair Operetta Club), Gremio in KISS ME KATE, Sparky in FOREVER PLAID, Herr Zeller in THE SOUND OF MUSIC, and the Constable in FIDDLER ON THE ROOF (Muhlenberg Summer Music Theatre.)  He was Don Adriano de Armado in LOVE�S LABORS LOST, Jud Fry in OKLAHOMA, and Augustin Ferraillon in A FLEA IN HER EAR among others.  Mr. Ludlum is a recognized Actor Combatant by the SAFD and was Assistant to Fight Master Michael Chin at Pace University and Muhlenberg College. Mr. Ludlum plays many instruments and is a graduate in Theatre and music from Muhlenberg College.