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<img src="../aknative/tuma/utetmun1.jpg" width="120" height="160"> Other Tuma Shows: Agayu

<a href="AGAYU2.HTM"><img src="../aknative/tuma/agayu3.jpg" border="0" width="278" height="187"></a> Agayu (1994) Designed by Nat ? Click on photo to see a closeup of this picture. Nat was a guest artist in the Art Department, who was asked by director Theresa John to Design sets, lights and costumes for Agayu.

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