Used books may not include companion materials, may have some shelf wear, may contain highlighting/notes
Used books may not include companion materials, may have some shelf wear, may contain highlighting/notes. Go to IMDB for theirs and for the fine work of these others' names: Vincent Caristi, John Di Fusco, Harry Stephens, Eric E. Emerson, Jim Tracy, Josh Cruze, and the hits just keep on coming. The STEPPENWOLF THEATER of Chicago did this play in 1984 after its first 1980-81 Los Angeles run.
Tracers was conceived by john DiFusco and created by a group of actors - Vincent Caristi, Richard Chaves, Eric E. Emerson, Rick Gal A Play Conceived by John DiFusco Written by the Original Cast: Vincent Caristi, Richard Chaves, John DiFusco, Eric E. Emerson, Rick Gallavan, Merlin Marston, and Harry Stephens with Sheldon Lettich. Excerpt from "The History of Tracers" (page 8)
See if your friends have read any of Vincent Caristi's books. John DiFusco (Contributor), Richard Chaves.
See if your friends have read any of Vincent Caristi's books. Vincent Caristi’s Followers. None yet. Vincent Caristi. Vincent Caristi’s books. Tracers by.
John Difusco, Vincent Caristi (Collaborator). Published by Hill & Wang (1986)
John Difusco, Vincent Caristi (Collaborator). Published by Hill & Wang (1986). ISBN 10: 0809094126 ISBN 13: 9780809094127.
TRACERS, the original play, conceived by John DiFusco, written by the original cast: Vincent.
Vincent Caristi (Baby San) and Merlin Marston (Little John) are gone; this production is dedicated to them. The others are Richard Chaves, Eric E. Emerson, Rick Gallavan, and Harry Stephens. Some were present at last week's opening. DiFusco writes in the program, "Back in 1980, I thought it was just something we were going to get off our chest. .An odyssey returns to the Odyssey. Tracers achieved wide acclaim, here and abroad.
Vincent Caristi (September 16, 1948 - September 20, 1990) was an American actor who appeared as the Shadow, a cat burglar with very strange habits in the episode "Shadow in the Dark" of the series Miami Vice. Greatest Heroes of the Bible (TV, 1978, first TV appearance). The Onion Field (1979, only movie appearance). Crime Story (1988, final TV appearance, with Laura San Giacomo). Caristi died just four days past his 42nd birthday from cancer on September 20, 1990.