Don Estes

Is a native of Oklahoma City. He appeared in the highly successful production of "Barbar" at Lincoln Center in New York City, with John Cullum and Rita Gardner. He also toured in the First National Company of "1776" as the courier, with Patrick Bedford and Ron Holgate. Off Broadway he was featured in Al Carmine's "Promenade" with Madeline Kahn. He also toured with George Schaefer's "Student Prince" starring Richard Torigi, George Rose, and Ray Walston, and was featured in "The Sound of Music" with Jane Powell. Night club audiences have seen him perform at the Boca Raton hotel in Florida and the Fountainbleu hotel in Miami, as well as many other clubs.

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Norman Begin

Appeared in Dylan Thomas's "A Child's Christmas in Wales" at Lincoln Center in New York City. He appeared in the revival of "Riverwind" with Constance Towers and John Cullum at the Royal Poinciana Playhouse in Palm Beach, Florida. He was later asked to reprise the role with Dorothy Collins at the Pocono Playhouse in Pennsylvania and at the Cape Playhouse in Massachusetts. He was featured as Freddy in "My Fair Lady" with Jane Powell for the Guber Music Fairs Circuit. Off Broadway, he played the barker in "Xircus" and Tony in "Mod Mod World" (a musical adaptation of "Some Like It Hot") at the Bowery Lane Theater. He has also appeared in many national TV commercials including Mott's Clamato juice, which won a Cleo award, as well as films such as Frank Sinatra's "The Detective" and "What's So Bad About Feeling Good" with Mary Tyler Moore and George Peppard.