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Jordan Rhodes

That Jordan Rhodes has been called the quintessential working actor is hardly surprising as his theatrical career spans five decades of work as a successful actor, producer, director and writer. His acting credits include over 200 roles in television, film and the theatre.

Jordan's theatrical career began in New York and in 1958 he made his national television debut on David Susskind's Esso Repertory Theatre. His motion picture credits include: ALL THE KINGS MEN, THE INDIAN RUNNER written and directed by Sean Penn, the musical 1776, MISTER MAJESTIC, CATHEDRAL and MAROONED. His recurring roles on television include: MATLOCK, STREETS OF SAN FRANCISCO, ALL MY CHILDREN, RYAN'S HOPE, GUIDING LIGHT and PEYTON PLACE. Jordan has guest-starred on numerous television series, mini-series and movies-of-the-week. These include: LAW & ORDER, HART TO HART, THE ROCKFORD FILES, QUINCY, ADAM-12, MARCUS WELBY, M.D., BARNABY JONES, BONANZA, FATHER MURPHY, SWITCH, TWELVE O'CLOCK HIGH, THE BLUE AND THE GRAY, ONCE AN EAGLE, THE VINCE LOMBARDI STORY, THE NIGHT STALKER, THE YOUNG COUNTRY, THE LAWYERS, OWEN MARSHALL and TESTIMONY OF TWO MEN.

He has performed in many theatrical productions in New York, Los Angeles and in touring companies throughout the United States. This list includes: REDEMPTION VALUE, HOME, DEATH OF A SALESMAN, GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS, La RONDE, SUDDENLY LAST SUMMER and as co-star with Ms. Barbara Rush in the road company of Oliver Haily's hit play, FATHER'S DAY.

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Lynn has performed at numerous regional theatres including Thalian Hall in Wilmington, NC, The Actors Studio in Nashville, Vanderbilt University and The University of Kentucky. Her credits include: WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF, THE DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES, PLAZA SUITE, AS YOU LIKE IT and ORPHEUS DESCENDING. Her film credits include: NIGHT OF THE HUNTER, LOOSE CANNONS and BRUNO. In addition to her work as an actress, Ms. Moore is also an accomplished jazz vocalist and composer. She composed and performs Meet Me In Memory for this production of PAPA.

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Ken Vose has over twenty-five years experience in film and television as a film editor, producer, director, and writer for a variety of production entities that include CBS, ABC, SCREEN GEMS, LORIMAR, and WOLPER PRODUCTIONS.

Vose originated and co-wrote the book and screenplay GREASED LIGHTNING, the true story of famed black NASCAR racer Wendell Scott. Released by Warner Bros., the film starred Richard Pryor, Beau Bridges and Pam Grier. Vose also has written scripts for a number of television series including: SPIES, THE REAL ADVENTURES OF JONNY QUEST, PETER PAN AND THE PIRATES, THUNDERCATS, SILVERHAWKS, THE COMIC STRIP, and ALIAS ZACHARY DRAKE.

Vose co-authored MAKIN' TRACKS, a history of the transcontinental railroad, which was a Book-of-the-Month-Club selection. Other non-fiction books include: THE CAR: PAST AND PRESENT, BLUE GUITAR, and THE CONVERTIBLE. His two novels OVERSTEER and DEAD PEDAL, originally published by Dell, were recently reissued in trade paperback editions.In 2002, Vose is currently writer-in-residence and adjunct professor of screenwriting at Wilkes University in Pennsylvania.


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Currently the Executive Director of the Brunswick Community College Odell Williamson Auditorium and Theatre in Southeastern North Carolina Mike's directorial credits include, LOOK HOMEWARD ANGEL, A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE, and BUS STOP. He has served as lighting designer for The South Carolina Ballet Theatre, Columbia City Ballet, Carolina Ballet and Ballet of Michigan. Mike is married with two children and resides in Brunswick County North Carolina.

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