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Mark will head Black Rep board

This article first appeared in the St. Louis Beacon: June 24, 2008 - The St. Louis Black Repertory Company is closing its 31st season with the musical "Sarafina" and looking ahead to the fall.

In addition to the changes that a new season normally brings, the board of the Black Rep announced that Richard J. Mark, senior vice president for AmerenUE will become board president. Debra F. Denham, a vice president at BJC ealth System, has served in that position for nine years. And it voted to begin participating in the Kevin Kline Awards program of the Professional Theatre Awards Council.

The opening show of the 32nd season is the musical revue "Tell Me Something Good."  

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