, Gary Cole, Ethan Hawke, Glenne Headly, John Mahoney, John Malkovich, Laurie Metcalf, Martha Plimpton, Jim True-Frost and most recently William Petersen. At Steppenwolf, Sinise honed his acting and directing skills, received a Joseph Jefferson Award for his direction of Lyle Kessler's (Lyle Kessler) play ''Orphans (Orphans (Lyle Kessler play))'', that took him from Chicago, to New York City to London's West End (West End of London), and worked on more than thirty of the company's productions. - Oneonta (Oneonta, New York) Otsego (Otsego County, New York) 13,901 1908 - Lesser known projects by Pope's firm include Union Station (Broad Street Station (Richmond)), Richmond, Virginia (1917), with a central rotunda capped with a low saucer dome, now housing the Science Museum of Virginia; Branch House (1917–1919), a Tudor-style mansion also in Richmond now housing the Virginia Center for Architecture; Baltimore Museum of Art; and in Washington, D.C. the National City Christian Church, Constitution Hall, American Pharmacists Association Building, Ward Homestead, and the National Archives Building (National Archives and Records Administration) (''illustration, left''). In Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Milwaukee) he provided a severe neo-Georgian (Georgian architecture) clubhouse for the University Club (University Club of Milwaukee) (1926) and in Oneonta, New York he designed the first building for Hartwick College (Bresee Hall) which was constructed in 1928. He designed additions to the Tate Gallery (Tate Britain) and British Museum in London, an unusual honor for an American architect, and the War Memorial at Montfaucon, France. Pope was also responsible for extensive alterations to Belcourt (Belcourt Castle), the Newport (Newport, Rhode Island) residence of Oliver (Oliver Belmont) and Alva Belmont. The Georgian Revival residence he built for Thomas H. Frothingham in Far Hills, New Jersey in 1919 now houses the United States Golf Association Museum. (Historical Society of the Somerset Hills) "USGA Golf House & Museum". thumb 300px right Broad Street Station (Richmond) Union Station (Image:Richmond Science Museum.jpg) (also known as Broad Street Station), Richmond, Virginia, opened 1919 '''Hartwick College''' is a non-denominational, private (private school), four-year liberal arts and sciences college located in Oneonta (Oneonta, New York), New York, in the United States. The institution's origin is rooted in the founding of Hartwick Seminary in 1797 through the will of John Christopher Hartwick. In 1927, Hartwick Seminary moved to expand into a four-year college and was offered land by the city of Oneonta to move to Hartwick College's current location. '''WONY''' is a campus radio station based out of Oneonta, New York, USA (United States), on the campus of the State University of New York at Oneonta. '''Jason Raize''' (July 20, 1975, Oneonta, New York – February 3, 2004, Yass, New South Wales, Australia) was an American actor, singer and former Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Environment Programme. United Nations, "Press Conference by UN Environment Programme," October 26, 1999, http: www.un.org News briefings docs 1999 19991026.unepbrf.doc.html, accessed September 8, 2011. He was best known for his roles as the adult Simba in the Broadway (Broadway theatre) stage musical (musical theater) version of ''The Lion King (The Lion King (musical))'' The Broadway League, ''The Lion King'', Internet Broadway Database, http: ibdb.com production.php?id 4761, accessed September 8, 2011. and Denahi in the animated Disney film ''Brother Bear''. ''Brother Bear'' DVD site, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment, http: www.disneydvd.com BrotherBear, accessed September 17, 2011. Early life Born as '''Jason Rothenberg''', Kenneth Jones, "Jason Raize, Broadway's Original Simba in The Lion King, Dead at 28," Playbill.com, February 9, 2004, http: www.playbill.com news article 84301-Jason-Raize-Broadways-Original-Simba-in-The-Lion-King-Dead-at-28, accessed September 8, 2011. Jason grew up in the Catskills in upstate New York, and started acting as a teenager when his mother enrolled him in a summer Shakespeare workshop. Patrick Pacheco, "Raize of Light," ''InTheater'', January 23, 1998, 16-19. In high school, after moving with his father to Oneonta, New York, Jason performed in high school plays and with Oneonta’s Orpheus Theatre. He moved to New York City after high school where he briefly attended the American Musical and Dramatic Academy.