Chad Makes New York City Stage Debut
made his New York stage debut in a psycho-sexual thriller from the pen of suspense writer David
Wiltse, Temporary Help, witnesses Faye Streber (Margaret
Colin), an insecure rancher's wife, and her abusive husband Karl Streber (Robert Cuccioli) turned upside down by the arrival of Vincent Castelnouvo-Tedesco (Chad Allen) a handsome drifter with a mysterious past.
Temporary Help was inspired by sensational 1990 headlines exposing a Mid-western couple who were found guilty of killing their hired hands in
The show was produced by Off-Broadway's newest theater company
Revelation Theater at the Women's Project Theater at 424 West 55th Street New York, NY 10019 (Between 9th and 10th Avenue).
|Temporary Help stars Chad Allen, Robert Cuccioli, Margaret Colin and William Prael take their bows.
||Temporary trio Robert Cuccioli, Margaret Colin and Chad Allen.
||Temporary Help director Leslie L. Smith (center) with his cast (l-r): William Prael, Robert Cuccioli, Margaret Colin and Chad Allen.
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Chad's Co-Stars Brief Bios
Margaret Colin is best known for her co-starring roles in the feature films
Independence Day with Bill Pullman and Jeff Goldbloom, and The Devil's
Own, opposite Harrison Ford and Brad Pitt. Born and raised in New York, she attended Baldwin High School, in Baldwin, New York, graduating in 1976.
She started her acting career on the soap The Edge Of Night. This was followed by several TV series including,
The Wright Verdicts, Legwork, and later had a recurring role in the hit CBS series
Chicago Hope. Aside from starring in numerous television and movies-of-the-week, Margaret could also be seen on the silver screen.
No stranger to the stage, she earned the 1998 Theatre World Award for Outstanding Broadway Debut for her Broadway performance in
Jackie: An American Life. Some of her Off Broadway work includes Aristocrats, for which she was nominated for a Drama Desk Award and Sight Unseen. She recently became a member The Actors Studio and starred in their production of
The Last Moons.
Although extremely talented and praised by her peers, for a while it seemed as if Margaret would be stuck floundering around in "character actor" obscurity. All that changed when she landed a starring role opposite Eric Close on the TV series
Now And Again in 1999, quickly bringing her to the attention of mainstream America.
Margaret currently lives in the New York area with her husband and two children.
Theater-mania article on Margaret
electrified Broadway with his dual performance of Dr Jekyll and Mister Hyde, garnering the 1997 Drama Desk Award, Outer Critics Circle Award and Tony Award nomination for Best Actor in a Musical. He also received Chicago's prestigious Joseph Jefferson Award during
Jekyll & Hyde's successful national tour. He made his B'way debut as Javert in
Les Miserables and boasts an impressive list of Off-Broadway credits, including
And the World Goes 'Round (Outer Critics Circle Award), The Rothchilds,
Gigi and Senor Discretion. Cuccioli played Lancelot in the U.S. and Canadian tours of
Camelot, starring Richard Harris. Regional theatre credits include Oklahoma!,
Jesus Christ Superstar, Lend Me A Tenor, 1776, City of Angels, Pirates of Penzance, Carousel, The Fantasticks and the Maury Yeston/Arthur Kopit
Phantom. TV appearances include "Baywatch," "All My Children," and "One Life to Live." Feature films: Woody Allen's
Celebrity and Butterfly Legend.