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The night got underway with a private signing by Heyward, Rupp, Jenifer, and Jobczynski for the sponsors of the event.
Heyward and Rupp then entered the ballroom to sign autographs for the general public.
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in Evanston with Steve Pickering and Barbara Harris, and improvisational comedy under Martin De Maat, Del Close and Don De Pollo at the "The Second City," where Charles worked on the nightclub staff and was known as, "Chainsaw." He was a laborer, production weldor, Congress Hotel bar manager in a blue polyester suit, wrangler at a thoroughbred stable in Barrington, snow-truck driver for the Illinois Department of Transportation, and stage mechanic and carpenter for The Goodman Theater.
As Alex in, "The Point Man," Charles appeared at the Stage Two Theater in Waukegan.
Catie Riggs is a published playwright who has worked professionally as an Actor, Director, Producer and Voice Over Artist in New York City and regionally.
In off-Loop theater he appeared as Glider in, "The Talking Dog," at the Center Theater; Orlando, in "As You Like It," at the Talisman Theater; Teddy in, "Big Maggie," at the Irish American Players; Kvorka in, "The Man With The Golden Arm," at the Open City Theater; Micheal in, "The Acid Knight," at The Heartland Project; Stagehand in, "The Swing," and Ross in, "Mac Beth," both at the Prop Theater; all in Chicago.
On-camera and in voiceovers Charles portrayed characters in industrials for Long John Silver's, Mc Donald's, Motorola, and Abbott Laboratories, and worked as an actor and stuntman in the Gene Hackman feature film, "The Package," the TV series "Crime Story," with Dennis Farina, and in the short-lived TV series allegedly about the Chicago news trade, "Jack and Mike." In Chicago's Uptown neighborhood Charles mentored at-risk young actors at the Chicago Park District's Chase Park Shakespeare Theater, and appeared as the beneficent King of France and various thugs in "King Lear;" as the evil Duke Frederick and the confused Oliver Martext in "As You Like It;" Elbow and Abhorsen in, "Measure for Measure;" Lodovico in, "Othello;" Gremio in, "The Taming of the Shrew;" and Banquo, in "Mac Beth." Charles has written for the local off-Loop theater, documentary narrations for children's film, direct-response TV commercials and infomercials, and after several years working in film as a production assistant, art department assistant, and camera intern, in 1995 researched and produced "Stalingrad," a rock-historical, travelogue, video documentary shot in Russia and Colorado Springs.
When the night finally wrapped up, over ,000 had been raised to benefit the student-athletes at Edinboro through the live and silent auctions.
All funds raised go to Edinboro's athletic scholarship fund.