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Regarding the request (in template): "This article's listed sources may not meet Wikipedia's guidelines for reliable sources..."
I have added reliable sources which are used in many bio/theater articles, such as the New York Times and Playbill. I have removed, as a source (but not as an exernal link), the Internet Movie Database, per this wikipedia essay: Wikipedia:Citing IMDb. The filmreference source is used in many bio/theater articles as well, but I am not certain as to its reliability, and will search for additional sources.
Therefore, I am removing the template requesting review of the sources for this article. Flami72 (talk) 11:37, 6 April 2013 (UTC)
To add: here is a discussion of the reliability of the Internet Broadway Database: []. To sum it: "A user asked 'Is the IBDB- the Internet Broadway Database- reliable to use as a source for an actor's roles in a play? I'm referencing Paul Sand in Paul Sills' Story Theatre if that matters.' The response:'Reliable per their editorial policy: http://www.ibdb.com/policies.php Fifelfoo (talk) 01:17, 19 December 2011 (UTC)'. " Flami72 (talk) 11:50, 6 April 2013 (UTC)