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James Rana

Theatre credits include: LOVES LABORS LOST (Royal Shakespeare Company), MARAT/SADE, MACBETH MOTHER COURAGE (Classical Theatre of Harlem), SHERLOCK HOLMES (East Lynne Theater), SERENDIB (Ensemble Studio Theatre), INANA AND THE  EELWAX JESUS 3D POP MUSIC SHOW (Contemporary American Theatre Festival), HENRY V (Actors Shakespeare Co.), AS YOU LIKE IT (Worth Street Theater), SHOGUN MACBETH (Pan Asian Rep), LOVES LABORS LOST (The Shakespeare Theare), COMEDY OF ERRORS (Shakespeare & Co.), Project Shaw, Lark Theatre, Naked Angels, Playwrights Theatre of NJ, etc. Radio: POE: A CELEBRATION (NPR) Film & Television credits include: A GIRL LIKE YOU WITH A BOY LIKE ME (Accolade Award), THE WAR WITHIN, THE HOLLOW TREE, TIED TO A CHAIR, LAW & ORDER:SVU, ONE LIFE TO LIVE, THIRD WATCH, AS THE WORLD TURNS, CONAN O’BRIEN. Up Next: The world premieres of RANGOON at Pan Asian Rep and THE POE MYSTERIES (also adaptor) for East Lynne Theatre/Ocean County Professional Theatre.

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Kristin Reeves

Kristin returned to Tri-State as Louise in the staged reading of Ginger Lazurus’ NONPROFIT, presented as part of our 2004 New Plays Reading Series. Ms. Reeves portrayed Kate in A.R. Gurney’s comedy, SYLVIA, during Season 2000, and  returned in Season 2001 as Fanny in Eric Overmyer’s ON THE VERGE.  Her NY credits include SIMPLE DEATH for Ubu Repertory, THE LIVING SECTION, Bayou Musical Theatre, DREAMS OF THE SON at the Westside Theatre; and ROUNDHEADS AND PEEKHEADS for the Classic Theatre.  Regionally, Ms. Reeves has performed Juliet(ROMEO AND JULIET) and Julia(TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA) at the Old Globe Theatre, San Diego; Lady Macbeth(MACBETH); Rosalind(AS YOU LIKE IT); Olivia(TWELFTH NIGHT) and other shakespearean roles at the Nevada Shakespeare Festival; THE UTTER GLORY OF MORRISEY HALL for the Pacific Conservatory of Performing Arts; several plays for the Hilberry Repertory Theatre (Michigan), including PYGMALION(Eliza Doolittle); ABSURD PERSON SINGULAR(Eva), and LOOK HOMEWARD, ANGEL(Laura).  At the Richard Basehart Theatre in Los Angeles, she played among others, Titiana in A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM and Miss Casewell in THE MOUSETRAP.  On television, Ms. Reeves played recurring roles on LOVING and GENERAL HOSPITAL, and was featured on MIAMI VICE.  She has appeared in films (POWER/ AUTHOR, AUTHOR/ AMITYVILLE II) and has been heard on National Public Radio. She holds an MFA in Theatre from Wayne State University, and is a member of Actors Equity Association and Screen Actors Guild.

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Jared Reinmuth

Jared made his debut with Tri-State Actors Theater as Jonathan Harker in THE PASSION OF DRACULA.  He recently returned from Vermont where he played Guildenstern in Tom Stoppard’s ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD for the Killington Renaissance Festival.  Earlier this year Mr.Reinmuth played the title role in THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO for the Treville Players in Hackensack, NJ. He was a guest artist for the New Jersey based Hudson Shakespeare Company playing featured roles in HENRY V, TITUS ANDRONICUS, and DRACULA at the historic Jersey City Loews Theater.  Other favorite roles include Mercutio in ROMEO AND JULIET for the Blunt Theater Company, Don Quixote, and Athos in THE THREE MUSKETEERS for the National Theater of the Performing Arts. Mr. Reinmuth thanks his family and friends for their undying support.

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Kendall Ridgeway

Ms. Ridgeway  returned to Tri-State Actors Theater as Pearl Hukill  in 2004′s world premiere of Sean O’Leary’s RAIN IN THE HOLLOWS and was featured in the final new play reading of 2004, THE SHAGAROUND, by Maggie Nevill..  She made her Tri-State debut as Jackie in ON THE SHOWROOM FLOOR, a new play by Judylee Oliva presented in 2002. She also acted in TAT’s New Plays Reading Series 2003, including Jay Boyer’s FOR SOME REASON COMMA SHE LAUGHED.  At New Jersey Repertory Company she originated the roles of Nell in A WORLD I NEVER MADE, and Sally Cubbage in OCTET; and performed in the acclaimed NJ premier of THE LARAMIE PROJECT.  Other favorite theatre credits include Cora in RAFT OF THE MEDUSA, Rita in PRELUDE TO A KISS, Joann in A FEW GOOD MEN, Chris in DANCING AT LUGHNASA, Constanze in AMADEUS, Brooke in NOISES OFF, and Emily in OUR TOWN. She can also be seen on TV in several commercials and is featured in two independent film festival favorites FOUR DEAD BATTERIES, and GIRLSPREE.

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Kellie Roberts

Kellie returned to Tri-State as Chandra in the staged reading of Ginger Lazurus’ NONPROFIT, presented as part of our 2004 New Plays Reading Series.  Ms. Roberts created the role of Sadie in THE VIEW FROM HARRY’S BAR with Tri-State Actors Theater in Season 2003. Most recently she appeared on TV in an episode of THIRD WATCH.  Some of her other stage credits include the Off-Off Broadway production of YOU SHOULDN’T HAVE TOLD at Playwright’s Horizon and SHELTER: REFUGEES OF THE AMERICAN DREAM at The Harlem Theater Company. She also played the lead in the film short, STRIKE, which was shown at both the Roxbury and Black Harvest Film Festivals. Ms. Roberts is a former student of Maggie Flanigan of the Maggie Flanigan Studios (formerly an instructor at William Esper Studios.) She would like to thank God, her family and close friends, especially her husband, Tony, and Frances Lozada.

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Judy Rosenblatt

Judy joined Tri-State Actors Theater for the first time in the role of Mrs. Edith Frank in the 2004 productions of THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK.  A member of Actors Equity Association, she has appeared with Lorraine Bracco in The Sopranos, as Mrs. Dovitch in FUGUMENTUNACHAI, as Marie in EVENSONG, and as Helen in THE WORD OF GOD, all in NYC. Her regional and NY credits include Serafina in ROSE TATTOO, Agnes in A DELICATE BALANCE, Martha in WHOSE AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF, and Karen and Musiel in PLAZA SUITE.

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Colin Ryan

Colin joins Tri-State for the first time as Jasper in the New Play Reading Series’ third 2008 offering, Alek Merilo’s BLUR IN THE REAR VIEW. New York Credits include:  the York Shakespeare Company–Lucky in WAITNG FOR GODOT; Laertes in HAMLET; Edmund in KING LEAR; and Marc Antony in JULIUS CAESAR. Regional credits include: Stanley in A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE (Seacoast Repertory Theatre); Romeo in ROMEO AND JULIET; Orsino in TWELFTH NIGHT; Ferdinand in THE TEMPEST; and Rochefort in THE THREE MUSKETEERS(Actors Shakespeare Company.) He holds a BFA in Acting from the State University of New York at Fredonia, and studied with the Royal National Theatre of Great Britain.