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Sam Parrot

ROMEO & JULIET marked Mr. Parrott’s debut performance (as Paris) at the Tri-State Actors Theatre. Sam recently portrayed Pericles at Shakespeare and Company in Lenox, MA, where he will be returning this summer to perform in A COMEDY OF ERRORS. A graduate of Skidmore College, favorite roles include Green/Exton in RICHARD II and Sinbad Sailors/Mr. Pugh in UNDER MILKWOOD. Sam has also performed in the NYC Fringe Festival in LYSISTRATA and the NYC Frigid Festival in MEDEA.

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Pharah Jean Philippe

Pharah Jean appeared as Calpurnia in TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD in Season 2003. Her stage credits include THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES, MONSTERS AND MARVELS, SEA ISLAND NIGHTMARE, FOR COLORED GIRLS WHO HAVE CONSIDERED SUICIDE WHEN THE RAINBOW IS ENUF, PARADOX IN GAY MINOR and JAMAICA. Ms. Jean-Philippe has worked in film, television, industrials and commercials. She studied with Ariane Brandt, Bill Duke, and Jeanne Kaplan of HB Studios. She is a member of the New Jersey Repertory Company. Ms. Jean-Philippe would like to thank all of her family and friends for their support and Jesus, her Lord God and Savior, from which all blessings flow (Lam 3:21-23).

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Nona Pipes

Nona returns to Tri-State to portray Elizabeth in the new play reading of THE EXECUTION OF GOVERNOR BROWN… by Daniel Weber. For Tri-State: LOVE AND DEATH in the New Plays Reading Series. She made a critically-acclaimed appearance last November/December as Sara in THE JAZZ SINGER at the Metropolitan Playhouse in NYC. Regional: Alley Theatre, Asolo Theatre, Banyan Theatre (Curtain Call Award Best Actress nomination for THE UNEXPECTED MAN), George Street Playhouse, North Carolina Shakespeare Festival, TheatreVirginia, and other theatres in Alabama, Connecticut, Indiana, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania in roles that include Amanda in PRIVATE LIVES, Gorgeous in THE SISTERS ROSENSWEIG, Billie Dawn in BORN YESTERDAY, Ree/Irene in DAYTRIPS, and Edna in A DELICATE BALANCE.  Film: DESPERATE ENDEAVORS: (LBYL Films), PENNY DREADFUL (Drosin Productions). Audio books (some 80 titles) for audible.com, Benefit Media, Live and Let Live Audio, Talking Books Studios, and Visual EFX.

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Liz Proepper
Tech Director, Set, Sound and Lighting Designer

Liz designed and engineered the unique sound and music found in Tri-State’s ground-breaking production of A MIDSUMMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, by William Shakespeare. Ms. Proepper joined Tri-State Actors Theater in  2002 as a stage management intern and returned in 2003 as a full fledged member of the Artistic and Technical staff. Ms. Proepper is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin, Madison, holding a degree in Theatre Design and Technology.  While living in Madison, she had the pleasure of participating in many theatrical events both in and out of the university community.  Ms. Proepper was on the technical staff of the University of Wisconsin Opera and the Madison Repertory Theater. Her stage management credits include THE FALSETTOS, STILL LIFE WITH IRIS, BART THE TEMP, SIX DEGREES OF SEPARATION, and IO and HIM and the TROUBLE WITH HER, and several New Plays Reading Series productions for Tri-State Actors Theater.  Her set designs for Tri-State include Season 2003″s THE VIEW FROM HARRY’S BAR, THE COMPLEAT WORKS OF WLLM SHKSPR, abridged and  THE PASSION OF DRACULA. Ms. Proepper oversaw Tri-State Actors Theater’s  Intern Program for two years and co-directed both children’s plays — GOLLIWHOPPERS and JACK and the BEANSTALK –during 2003, and SKUPPER DUPPERS and THE LITTLE MERMAID in season 2004.  In Season 2005  Ms. Proepper designed sound for Tri-State Actors Theater.

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Joanes Prosper

Joanes made his first stage appearance with TAT as Tom Robinson in TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD in 2003. He is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University. Some of his off-Broadway stage credits include THE MAKING OF THE BLACK MAN at the Theatre for the New City, A DIFFERENT HOPE at Carnegie Hall, GETTING OUR PROPS at B. Smiths, and THE BOX at Roger Furman Theatre. Mr. Prosper’s television appearances include SEX IN THE CITY, OZ, and ED. Film work includes several shorts and two feature films. He is currently wrapping production on the feature film WOMEN AT STEAK and stars in the film, BEHIND THE ROPES. Mr. Prosper would like to thank God, his family, friends and manager for their support. He also gives huge thanks to TAT for this opportunity.