Clark A. Cruikshank

Clark A. Cruikshank's first unpaid gig was in fifth grade, when he played the best-fed orphan in the workhouse, in a production of Oliver. He was seventeen in 19hm-hm-hm (a very good year), when he snagged his first paying gig. He has been a member of the Minnesota theater community since 1990.

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