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Center Stage Contest

Numerous people were interviewed for Center Stage over the course of the summer of 1999 and during the run of the show at the Neil Simon theatre. The interviews with these cast and crew members are posted on the main page of the "Center Stage" section of this site. Each person's name is the answer to one of the twenty questions below. This includes each individual participant for the League Roundtable, except for Nancy Rosati. No names are repeated.

This was run as a contest from December 29, 1999 through January 5, 2000. The questions are still posted here for your enjoyment. Read through the interviews, write down your answers, then find out how many you got right.

All of the clues come directly from the Center Stage interviews. It is not necessary to look in the Talkin' Broadway versions of any interviews.

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1. Who tries to shy away from "that Broadway mentality?"
 
2. Who played Mary Magdalene in a one-woman show written by Ron Melrose?
 
3. Who has played (not understudied) two different Bounders in his SP career?
 
4. Who feels that you have to be a people watcher in order to do her job?
 
5. Who is the only person to be in every version of SP, from the readings to 3.0?
 
6. Who doesn't think actors should bring their work home?
 
7. Who described her occupation as a "bum?" (Note - she is now gainfully employed.)
 
8. Who sort of fell into his song writing career?
 
9. Who handed out Werther's Butterscotch candies and SP flyers on the TKTS line?
 
10. Who believes that he will ultimately do more directing than performing in the future?
 
11. Who felt that she was "condemned" to a life of Pimpernel?
 
12. Who is a self-proclaimed "theater junkie?"
 
13. Who is determined to write a play based on The Emperor's New Clothes?
 
14. Whose interview began with an impromptu lesson in economic theory?
 
15. Who seriously considered a career as a corporate personnel manager?
 
16. Who considered SP to be his "day job" while he did his writing and producing the rest of the time?
 
17. Who, after many years in show business, finally managed to impress his nieces by being on the Internet?
 
18. Who was hoping that "Into the Fire" would have a huge white sail rising instantly from the stage?
 
19. Who sang only four bars for his audition before he was told he had a callback?
 
20. Who started his career as a "walking voice?"
 
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