Tom Anderson: Cabaret singer, will appear at The Manor in West Orange, N.J., on Sept. 11. His new CD will be released in October on Other Music.
Jamie DeRoy: Cabaret performer whose cable TV program, "Jamie DeRoy and Friends," airs Sundays, 2:30 am, Channel 16; and Thursdays, 3 pm, Channel 17.
Joseph Edward: Actor-teacher-writer whose show "Fly," about an African-American male coping with contemporary society, opens at the American Place Theatre, Oct. 23.
Eric Hafen: Director-actor, is the controversial director of the black Jesus in the Park Theatre's "Passion Play" (Union City, N.J.).
James Heatherly: Actor, currently appearing in "Howard Crabtree's When Pigs Fly."
Dale Holden: Actor-writer currently making the final revisions on his one-man show "The Devil's in Hoague: And He Looks a Little Like Me."
Jeff Knapp: Actor who recently signed with William Morris in New York, has a recurring role on "All My Children" and just completed a Jell-O Cheesecake spot.
Tamar Kummel: Actress-singer-dancer who played Sandy in the Far East tour of "Grease," in Singapore, Hong Kong, and Indonesia.
Mark Lynch: Actor who most recently played Schmitz in "The Firebug," with Kairos Theatre Company. His wife, Kirstin Allen, is currently playing Rosalind in "As You Like It" at the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival.
Romie Martines: Actress whose most recent credit is the soon-to-be-completed independent film "Have Mercy on the Children."
Michael Messer: Actor who recently played Mowgli in Theatreworks/USA's "The Jungle Book." He also casts for Young Artists Group.
Joy Newman: Producer, director, and founder of The Grown-Up's Play-ground, an improv theatre company.
Bernadette Pauley: Actress and stand-up comedian, appeared recently in Kirsten Aims' "Sex, Tories, and Subway Stories;" will appear in September at Caroline's.
St. Clair Ripley: Actor, most recently played an Italian immigrant with Hypothetical Theatre Company at Ellis Island in "Ellis Island Stories."
Dan Scalfani and Eileen Fowler: Actor-singers, husband and wife, are winners of the '97 Back Stage Bistro Award for Outstanding Performers in a Revue, with "Party of One."
Serena Soffer: Dancer, participated in a July workshop for the upcoming musical "Footloose" at 890 Broadway; Walter Bobbie, director; A.C. Ciulla, choreographer.
Rebecca Sugerman: Sound Designer, worked on three student films this year, and is a DJ at various venues in the city.
Tony Wilkes:, Producer, just wrapped shooting on "Souls of Fire," a film produced by his New Jersey-based L.A.W. Pro