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Peter Pan Adapted for the stage by Douglas Irvine From the books by J.M. Barrie Directed by David O’Connor

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ARDEN THEATRE COMPANY PRESENTS

Peter Pan

Adapted for the stage by DOUGLAS IRVINE From the books by J.M. BARRIE Scenic Designer TOM GLEESON

Costume Designer RICHARD ST. CLAIR

Lighting Designer MATT FREY

Sound Designer and Composer DANIEL KLUGER

Puppet Designer MORGAN FITZPATRICK ANDREWS

Fight Choreographer J. ALEX CORDARO

Assistant Director/Dramaturg SARAH OLLOVE

Stage Manager STEPHANIE COOK*

Directed by DAVID O’CONNOR December 2 - January 24, 2009 F. Otto Haas Stage Special thanks to The Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust for supporting Arden Theatre Company.

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Arden Theatre Company receives state arts funding support through a grant from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. * Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the U.S. First co-commissioned by The Children’s Theatre Company, Minneapolis, MN and Visible Fictions, Glasgow, Scotland Produced by special arrangement with Plays for Young Audiences A Partnership of Seattle Children’s Theatre and Children’s Theatre Company-Minneapolis


WELCOME from the Producing Artistic Director

Peter Pan has been around for over a hundred years. He was created by J.M. Barrie, a Scottish writer who lived in Victorian England.

Terrence J. Nolen

There have been many different versions of Peter Pan. He has appeared in films, as a cartoon character, and in a famous musical where he was played by a woman. J.M. Barrie wrote a screenplay for Charlie Chaplin to star as Peter in 1920, which would have been a silent movie (before movies had talking and sound), and there were plans for a version to star Michael Jackson in the 1980s. One of my favorite versions is a 2003 movie that stars Jason Isaacs (the actor who plays Lucius Malfoy in the Harry Potter movies) as Captain Hook. My family has watched it a dozen times (sometimes on the same weekend). Again and again, storytellers have been drawn to this story of “the boy who would not grow up”. Our version of Peter Pan is a new play created by Douglas Irvine, a Scottish writer who runs a theatre for kids in Scotland called Visible Fictions. Douglas Irvine went back to the original novel for inspiration. He created a script that is true to J.M. Barrie’s story but brings it to life in an entirely new way. When we start working on a production, we have to figure out what it is going to look like. It’s an exciting time when we let our imaginations run wild. Our costume designer, Richard St. Clair, suggested that this production be inspired by something called “steampunk.” Now Richard has designed costumes for seven Arden Children’s Theatre productions and won the Barrymore Award for his costumes for A Year with Frog and Toad and Sleeping Beauty. He’s very smart and very talented. When Richard makes a suggestion, you listen to him. The more we researched steampunk, the more it made sense. Steampunk is inspired by 19th century Victorian England (when J.M. Barrie first wrote Peter Pan) but it combines that with fantasy and modern styles. The recent film Golden Compass is an example of steampunk – combining fantasy and history with a love or gadgetry and fantastical sci-fi machines. Steampunk is fun and inventive and very cool. Perfect for our retelling of this classic story. It’s been over 100 years since Peter Pan first showed up at the Darling family’s window. Since that time, so many kids have traveled to Neverland with Peter Pan. Now it’s your turn. Let me know what you think.

Terry tnolen@ardentheatre.org

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Cast Peter Pan ..................................................................................................................................... Chris Bresky* Tiger Lily/Bill Jukes/Nibs/Jane/Twins/Tinkerbell .................................................................... Bi Jean Ngo* Wendy ..................................................................................................................................... Jacqueline Real* Starkey/Tootles/Mrs. Darling/Twins ..................................................................................... Sarah Sanford* Smee/Slightly/Michael .......................................................................................................... David J. Sweeny* Hook ..................................................................................................................................................... Frank X* Understudies Jake Blouch, Kristyn Hegner, Alisa Howard, Brittany Howard, Mark Kennedy, Joe Matyas

Arden Theatre Company is a professional company employing members of Actors’ Equity Association. *Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the U.S. Please check houseboards for program changes. Taking pictures and/or making visual or sound recordings is expressly forbidden.

Actors’ Equity Association (AEA), founded in 1913, represents more than 45,000 actors and stage managers in the United States. Equity seeks to advance, promote and foster the art of live theatre as an essential component of our society. Equity negotiates wages and working conditions, providing a wide range of benefits, including health and pension plans. AEA is a member of the AFL-CIO, and is affiliated with FIA, an international organization of performing arts unions. www.actorsequity.org Arden Theatre Company proudly participates in the Barrymore Awards for Excellence in Theatre, a program of the Theatre Alliance of Greater Philadelphia.

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DIRECTOR’S Notes What is the difference between a child and a grown-up? Well, let me ask you these questions: Who is older? A child or a grown up? Who is bigger? A child or a grown up? Who is hairier? A child or a grown up? Who knows more? David O’Connor

Who has more responsibility? Who has more imagination?

You know what imagination is, right? It is something like the power to make believe. A laundry basket is a house, or a pirate ship! Your shadow is a machine or an animal! And any object can become a friend to play with. Peter Pan is the child who will never grow up. Maybe that is because his imagination is perfect. To him, there is no difference between what he imagines and the real world. He imagines the world exactly how he wants it, and then makes everyone else play along. Do you know anyone like that? Are you like that? In a play, we ask the actors and the audience to imagine together. The actors will imagine they are pirates or children. We will ask you to believe piles of junk are actually little boys. We will imagine adventures that are both fun and scary, like a crocodile that you can only hear and not see. We will imagine what it is like to fly. The more we all believe together, the more fun we will all have, and the more the spirit of Peter will be with us. Children are better at imagining than grown-ups. If you are here with a grown-up, see if you can help them imagine. Good luck!

David

For Families

For Kids

PETER PAN FAMILY SALON

PETER PAN ACTING CLASS

Saturday, January 16 - SOLD OUT! Saturday, January 23 from 2 - 3pm

Join Peter and Wendy on a fun, behind the scenes trip to Neverland! Explore the set on a guided tour by Chris Bresky (Peter) and Jacqueline Real (Wendy), learn all about what happens backstage, and get up-close and personal with the Lost Boy puppets. $25 per family

– Taught by Peter Pan!

For students in grades K-5 • $40/class Includes backstage tour of the set

Mon, Dec 28 • 9:30am – 12:00pm ADDED DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND

Mon, Dec 28 • 12:30pm – 3:00pm LIMITED AVAILABILITY


A Message from our Production Sponsor On behalf of PECO employees in the Greater Philadelphia region, including our Arden Theatre Company board member John McCawley, I am proud to continue TO PUT OUR ENERGY INTO the Arden and their holiday production of Peter Pan.

Denis P. O’Brien

PECO has a proud tradition of community service in the Greater Philadelphia region. We provide ongoing support to hundreds of local businesses, community groups, nonprofits and arts and cultural organizations. We take our responsibility to our customers very seriously. We know you depend on us, not only to provide the energy you need to power your lives, but also for the support necessary to help our region grow and prosper.

As a company, we have demonstrated this commitment for more than 100 years. And, with 20 years of service myself at PECO and 40 years of service from my father, my family has been dedicated to this commitment for decades. I look forward to continuing that support to ensure the Greater Philadelphia region remains competitive as a business, community and cultural center. Enjoy the show and Happy Holidays! Sincerely,

Denis P. O’Brien President and CEO - PECO


ACTIVITIES for kids!

COSTUME DESIGN

Can you find five differences between these two pictures of the Twins puppet?

A Costume Designer is a person whose job is designing costumes for a play. He or she is considered part of the “production team”, alongside the Director, Scenic Designer, Lighting Designer, Sound Designer and in this show Puppet Designer! First, a Costume Designer draws what they imagine each character will look like. Richard St. Clair designed this costume for Peter Pan. Pretend you are a Costume Designer and draw your design for Peter to wear!

Learn more about Costume Design at our ONE DAY WORKSHOP Sat, March 6 1pm – 4pm!


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CAPTAIN HOOK MICHAEL PETER PAN TIGER LILY

LOST BOYS NEVERLAND SKULL ROCK WENDY

CROCODILE LONDON NANA PIRATE TINKERBELL

Hey kids! On the pages of this program you will find the following pictures. Flip through the pages and see which ones you spot! Unscramble the grey letters to find out two of your favorite characters’ names.

Thimble

Fairy

Window

Hook

Crocodile

Mermaid

Pirate

Arrow

Ship

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Are you a teacher bringing a school group to the show? Or a family who just wants more information about Peter Pan? Visit the Peter Pan page on our website and click the GET FAMILIAR box to download a supplementary study guide. Study guides, created by the Arden Education Department, include background information about the play, fun activities to do, and insider information about our production.


Who’s Who CHRIS BRESKY (Peter Pan) is proud to be returning after his Arden Theatre Company debut in The History Boys. NY: Capitol Rep: Taming of the Shrew. Old Globe Theatre: Hamlet, Restoration Comedy, Measure For Measure, The Constant Wife, Titus Andronicus, Two Gentlemen Of Verona, Midsummer Night’s Dream, Othello. Globe Grad: The Fifth of July, The Absolute Turkey, Richard III, Much Ado. Elsewhere: Metamorphoses, The Christmas Carol,The Hit, Cold Comfort Farm, A Skull In Connemara, The Dining Room,The Illusion, Bye Bye Birdie. TV: Numb3rs, Medium, Becoming. Film: A Machine Beloved, Freshman Year, Platform Philosophy, Perspectives, Glitches,The Young and the Reckless. He dedicates this performance to his loving grandparents with the best seats in the house. BI JEAN NGO (Tiger Lily/Bill Jukes/Nibs/Jane/Twins/Tinkerbell) has appeared in new plays at the Boston Playwrights’ Theatre (Oh What Little Things), the Actors Studio Drama School (Crisis Center), the Samuel French Festival (Stone Flowers), La Mama Etc (Howlin’ at the Moon), Philadelphia Theatre Workshop (The Loudest Man on Earth), the PlayPenn New Play Development Conference (410 Gone), and in the Manhattan Repertory Theatre’s New Play Festival (The Loudest Man on Earth), and with Nice People Theatre (Grace or the Art of Climbing). She is featured in voiceovers, commercials, industrial videos, and film (Law Abiding Citizen). She also works with Philadelphia Young Playwrights and the National Constitution Center and is a graduate of Boston University and of the Actors Studio Drama School. JACQUELINE REAL (Wendy) is thrilled to be making her Arden debut with this talented cast and crew. She is currently a Musical Theatre major at the Brind School of Theatre Arts at the University of the Arts, where she appeared in shows including To Kill A Mockingbird (Scout), Bat Boy (Mayor Maggie), and Barbie Boy (Jessie). She would like to thank David for giving her this amazing opportunity. Love to Mom, Dad, Nicky, Shannon, and Michael for their constant support. Linden and Dan – you guys rock! SARAH SANFORD (Starkey/Tootles/Mrs. Darling/Twins) is thrilled to be making her Arden debut with Peter Pan. Sarah is a Pig Iron Theatre member and has performed in seven company works including the 2009 Live Arts hit, Welcome to Yuba City. She has also acted with Theatre Exile, the Lantern, the Wilma, Mauckingbird, and BRAT Productions, and internationally with Pig Iron, Jo Stromgren Kompani, The Riot Group, and Volcano. A 2008 and 2009 F. Otto Haas Award finalist, Sanford was recently named Philadelphia Magazine’s 2009 Best Up-and-Coming Theatre Talent. DAVID J. SWEENY (Smee/Slightly/Michael) A South Philadelphia-based actor and musician, David is ecstatic to make his debut at the Arden. Regional credits include Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre, Commonwealth Classic Theatre Company, Shakespeare in Clark Park, Delaware Theatre Company, Tribe of Fools, Ego Po Productions, Prince Music Theater, Mum Puppettheatre, Enchantment Theatre Company and The Joe Hill Project. David is also the creator/producer of Johnny Showcase and the Lefty Lucy Cabaret, which took the 2009 Philly Fringe by storm with its hit Purr, Pull, Reign: A Litigious Fantasy in D. David is a graduate of the University of the Arts and an alum of the National Theater Institute. Thanks to David O’Connor, the cast and crew. Love to Nancy Drew.

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Who’s Who FRANK X (Hook) is delighted to return after making his Arden debut in The History Boys. Last season he appeared in the world premiere of Little Lamb at InterAct Theatre and in The Winter’s Tale at the Folger Shakespeare Theatre in Washington, D.C. Favorite roles have included Malvolio in Twelfth Night (Seattle Rep Theatre), David Gavin in After Ashley (Humana Festival), Sterling North in Permanent Collection (InterAct Theatre), Beringer in Rhinoceros (Theatre Exile), Sam in Master Harold…and the Boys and the title role in King Lear (both at Lantern Theater). Mr. X received a Barrymore Award for his performance in Lonely Planet (InterAct Theatre). TOM GLEESON (Scenic Designer) Theatre credits: Richard II (CSC), Substitution (Playwrights Realm), Red Haired Thomas (Soho Think Tank), 100 Aspects of the Moon (Clubbed Thumb), Mayhem (SPF), A Perfect Wedding, A Midsummer Nights Dream (NYU Grad), Le Bourgeois Avant-Garde (NYU Grad). Film: Asst. Art Director, Sex and the City II (Warner Brothers); Production Designer, Resolve (Singularity Films); Production Designer, The Hollow Tree (Cyprus Productions; Winner: Best Production Design/Art Direction; First Run Film Festival, NYC); Designer, “Unbroke - What You Need to Know About Money” (ABC Special); Production Designer, IFP 2007 and 2008 Independent Film Week. Designer, MTVNetworks (Special Events, 06-08); Project Manager, (Design) Lord and Taylor Windows (2008-09); Creative Director, Preston Bailey. Tom has an MFA from NYU. www.tomgleesondesign.com RICHARD ST. CLAIR (Costume Designer) returns to the Arden for his 14th show. Favorite past productions include A Year with Frog and Toad with Jeff and Ben, The Grapes of Wrath with Tom, Quinn, and Dito, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum with Tony, Aaron and Mary, Baby Case with Scott and Richie, and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof with Greg and Grace. In the Spring, Richard will be designing the world premiere of Terrence McNally’s new play Golden Age for Philadelphia Theatre Company. MATT FREY (Lighting Designer) Recent work includes Melissa James Gibson’s This at Playwright’ Horizons; Heidi Schreck’s Creature with New Georges/P73; Freefall with Corn Exchange, Dublin; That Pretty Pretty; or The Rape Play, Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre; The Importance of Being Earnest, Paper Mill Playhouse; Happy Now?, Yale Repertory Theatre and Primary Stages in Jan 2010. Mr Frey’s work has been seen at New Group, Manhattan Class Company, New York Theatre Workshop, Theatre For A New Audience, regional theaters around the US and theaters abroad. DANIEL KLUGER (Sound Designer and Composer) Credits include: Welcome to Yuba City (Pig Iron Theatre Company), The Oldsmobiles (The Flea Theatre), Whore,The Ones That Flutter (SPF/The Public Theatre), Dov & Ali (Playwrights Realm), The Temperamentals (MAN underdog/ Barrow Group), Jailbait (Cherry Lane), Hardly Wonder (Columbia University), The Greeks Part III (Juilliard), Melissa Arctic, Heartbreak House, A Murder, A Mystery and A Marriage (Two River Theatre Company), The Persians (People’s Light & Theatre), Metamorphoses (Weston Playhouse), The Dining Room (Keen Company), Platonov, Uncle Vanya (Lake Lucille /Brian Mertes). MORGAN FITZPATRICK ANDREWS (Puppet Designer) works as a fulltime theater facilitator, yoga instructor, vegan chef and puppeteer – one of the few in Philly who evaded arrest during the 2000 RNC. Morgan writes for Puppetry International and performs with the Bread & Puppet Theater in Vermont, at the Great Small Works Toy Theater Festival in New York, alongside Jana Sanskriti in India, and via Puppet Uprising here in Philly. See more Morgan at www.puppetuprising.org. JUAN MARTINEZ (Assistant Puppet Designer) works as an illustrator puppeteer and bicycle builder. Juan works with the Beehive Design Collective (www.beehivecollective.org) producing highly detailed allegorical posters. He also works with the Austin Bike Zoo producing large scale pedal powered puppets (www.austinbikezoo.org/image).

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Who’s Who ZACHARY PALLADINO (Assistant Puppet Designer) tries his darndest to work as an animator, illustrator, and puppeteer. Zac most recently finished designing and building puppets for B. Someday productions’ The Good Puppet of Szechwan at Walkingfish Theatre (www.Walkingfishtheatre.com). Zac received a BFA in animation from Emerson College in Boston and has had his animated work screened at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival. LESLIE ROGERS (Assistant Puppet Designer) is a Philadelphia based artist and puppeteer. She received her B.F.A from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore. She is a member of Puppet Uprising, a collective presenting new puppetry and experimental theater from local and touring companies. Leslie works in a variety of media including fibers, painting, sculpture, installation, video, and performance. She performs regularly with a number of puppetry companies and designs puppets, props, sets, and costumes. SARAH OLLOVE (Assistant Director/Dramaturg) is excited to be back at the Arden following her work on The Seafarer and The History Boys. Sarah is a freelance dramaturg and holds an MFA in dramaturgy from the ART/MXAT Institute for Advanced Theatre Training. In addition to her work at the Arden, she has enjoyed working with the ART in Cambridge, Signature Theatre in New York, and Woolly Mammoth in DC among others. Thanks to David and the Arden staff for another wonderful experience. STEPHANIE COOK (Stage Manager) is excited to be back at the Arden after stage managing last season’s Gee’s Bend and Something Intangible. A past Walnut Street Theatre apprentice, she has also recently worked with PlayPenn and Theatre Horizon. Proud member of AEA. She thanks her family and sends love to Colin. DOUGLAS IRVINE (Adaptor) is the Artistic Producer of Visible Fictions. His work has been performed across Scotland, England, Ireland, Denmark, Germany, Canada, and the USA. Under his leadership, the company was the first Scottish theatre company to perform on Broadway. He has also collaborated with Seattle Children’s Theatre and Children’s Theatre Company in Minneapolis, and has directed at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles and the Polka Theatre in London. He loves telling stories in new and exciting ways – with puppetry, dance, video, and foley artistry. He created a radio/theatre crossover piece with BBC Radio and directed for BBC television’s Panorama. His production Jason and the Argonauts, with a cast of actors and toy action figurines, toured the US in Fall 2009 through Spring 2010. DAVID O’CONNOR (Director) remembers writing a story about a rabbit who did somersaults in second grade, which earned him a trip to the Governor’s house to read it. 25 years later, he still loves telling stories by making theatre. David has directed for the Arden, the Lantern, Philadelphia Young Playwrights, Temple University, Hedgerow and others. He studied lighting design at Ithaca College with Tom (the set designer) and then five years ago came to Philadelphia to go to Temple University for a Masters Degree in directing. Because Philadelphia is full of great theatres like the Arden, and great artists like Frank X (who plays Captain Hook), David and his wife Karyn decided to stay. Now they have a house, a dog named Jackson, and a 5-month old son, Zachary. David loves working with this group of actors, designers, stage managers, technicians, administrators and apprentices who makes this show happen.

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TERRENCE J. NOLEN (Producing Artistic Director) is co-founder of Arden Theatre Company. Favorite Arden productions include all-Philadelphia casts of All My Sons, Death of a Salesman,The Grapes of Wrath and Hedda Gabler and such musicals as Sweeney Todd, Pacific Overtures, Falsettos, Violet and Caroline, or Change. Terry directed the inaugural production of Arden Children’s Theatre, Charlotte’s Web. He has directed six world-premiere plays by Michael Hollinger, three by Dennis Raymond Smeal, Michael Ogborn’s Baby Case, and Bruce Graham’s Something Intangible. Terry has been nominated for 23 Barrymore Awards for his directing work at the Arden and received awards for The Baker’s Wife, Sweeney Todd, Opus,Winesburg, Ohio, Assassins and Something


Who’s Who Intangible. He directed Michael Hollinger’s Opus at Primary Stages in New York and was nominated for a Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Director. His short film The Personal Touch was nominated for an Emmy Award. AMY L. MURPHY (Managing Director) A Philadelphia native, Amy co-founded the Arden in 1988 with Terry Nolen and Aaron Posner. She is especially proud of the Arden Professional Apprentice program and its contribution to the Philadelphia cultural community. A graduate of Susquehanna University, Amy received the university’s first-ever Young Alumni Achievement Award. She completed the Executive Program for Nonprofit Leaders-Arts which is a joint program of the Stanford Graduate School of Business Center for Social Innovation and National Arts Strategies. Amy has served on panels for the National Endowment for the Arts, the New Jersey State Arts Council and the Executive Committee of the League of Resident Theatres (LORT). Amy was named a Hepburn Fellow 2008-9 by the Katharine Houghton Hepburn Center at Bryn Mawr College. ARDEN THEATRE COMPANY Founded in 1988, Arden Theatre Company is dedicated to bringing to life the greatest stories by the greatest storytellers of all time. We stage five productions each season as part of our mainstage series and two productions through Arden Children’s Theatre, the city’s first resident professional children’s theatre program. We create and produce new work through our new-work development program, the Independence Foundation New Play Showcase. The Arden Professional Apprenticeship program trains future theatre leaders, and our theatre classes teach children and teens about the craft of making plays. Our access program, Arden For All, makes our work available to the entire community through subsidized tickets and books for economically disadvantaged young people. We also offer sign languageinterpreted, captioned and audio described performances and Pay-What-You-Can final dress rehearsals that benefit other nonprofits. The Arden has received six Philadelphia Magazine “Best of Philly” Awards, the Arts & Business Council’s Arts Excellence Award, five City Paper “Reader’s Choice” Awards, four Philadelphia Inquirer “Theatre Company of the Year” citations, 52 awards and 234 nominations from the Theatre Alliance of Greater Philadelphia’s Barrymore Awards for Excellence in Theatre, and was named “Best Theatre Company” by Philadelphia Weekly in 2009. Arden Theatre Company, a professional, nonprofit 501(c)(3) theatre company, is a member of the Theatre Communications Group, the League of Resident Theatres, the Theatre Alliance of Greater Philadelphia, Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance, Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau and Old City Arts Association. The Arden operates under an agreement between the League of Resident Theatres and Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States. The Scenic, Costume, Lighting and Sound Designers in LORT theatres are represented by United Scenic Artists Local USA-829, IATSE. Arden Theatre Company wishes to thank: • East End Salon

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Corporate, Foundation & Government Support $100,000 & above Hamilton Family Foundation Independence Foundation Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development The Pew Charitable Trusts Philadelphia Cultural Leadership Program The Philadelphia Theatre Initiative, a program of the Philadelphia Center for Arts and Heritage, funded by The Pew Charitable Trusts and administered by The University of the Arts The Wallace Foundation William Penn Foundation $50,000 to $99,999 The Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust National Endowment for the Arts Pennsylvania Council on the Arts The Philadelphia Inquirer, Daily News and philly.com + Shubert Foundation $15,000 to $49,999 Campbell Soup Foundation Comcast Corporation Claneil Foundation Edgerton Foundation New American Plays Fox Chase Bank Harmelin Media Hirsig Family Foundation of the Philadelphia Foundation Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation Kieran Timberlake Associates,LLP Lincoln Financial Group Foundation McLean Contributionship Medical Legal Reproductions+ PECO Philadelphia Cultural Fund Philadelphia Foundation PNC Bank Target Corporation Virginia Brown Martin Fund of the Philadelphia Foundation $7,500 to $14,999 Anonymous Boeing Corporation Pennsylvania Cultural Management Initiative PNC Charitable Trust TD Bank The Vanguard Group Foundation Verizon

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$2,500 to $7,499 The 1976 Foundation The Addis Group Allegiance Bank Arronson Foundation Barra Foundation Brook J. Lenfest Foundation Caroline Alexander Buck Foundation Caroline J. S. Sanders Charitable Trust Civic Foundation Dolfinger-McMahon Foundation Eagles Youth Partnership + Ethel Sergent Clark Smith Memorial Fund Greater Philadelphia Tourism and Marketing Corporation The Haley Foundation The Hassel Foundation Hatboro Beverages+ IBM Corporate Citizenship and Corporate Affairs Merck, Inc. Paul E. Kelly Foundation Philadelphia Activities Fund Rosenlund Family Foundation Susquehanna Bank The Victory Foundation Walter J. Miller Trust Zipcar Philadelphia+ $750 to $2,499 Connelly Foundation Drumcliff Foundation Jenkintown Building Services+ Johnson and Johnson Louis N. Cassett Foundation Maxwell Strawbridge Charitable Trust Media Copy+ Philadelphia Activities Fund Quaker Chemical Foundation Rittenhouse Foundation Stephen Starr Events+ Union Benevolent Association Walker Foundation BWF Foundation $749 and under Actors’ Equity Association Foundation Pennsylvania Womens Forum The Rittenhouse Foundation William Goldman Foundation +denotes gifts of services or goods

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The Sylvan Society recognizes individuals who make annual gifts of $1,000 or more. The exceptional generosity of these donors enables the Arden to tell great stories by having the resources to achieve the highest level of artistic quality. Sylvan Society benefits bring members closer to our work and deepen their appreciation for the role they play in the Arden’s success. To join or for more information, please contact Development Manager, Angela DuRoss, at 215.922.8900, x25 or aduross@ardentheatre.org.

Sassafras Grove ($10,000 & above) Mr. Frederick W. Anton, III Sally and Michael Bailin^ Mr. and Mrs. Albert M. Greenfield, III Phoebe W. Haas Charitable Trust A, recommended by Carole Haas Gravagno Phoebe W. Haas Charitable Trust A, recommended by John Otto and Dr. Janet Haas Mr. and Mrs. N. Peter Hamilton Hirsig Family Fund of The Philadelphia Foundation Virginia and Harvey Kimmel Arts Education Fund of the Philadelphia Foundation Cherry Grove ($5,000-$9,999) John Bitman^ Joseph and Marie Field Matthew and Marie Garfield Ms. Elizabeth Gemmill Phoebe W. Haas Charitable Trust B, recommended by Leonard C. Haas Barbara and Leslie Kaplan Josephine Klein Peggy and Steve Morgan Suzanne F. Roberts Cultural Development Fund Charles Rose and Mindy Goldberg Rose^ Monica Horan and Philip Rosenthal Terry and Amanda Foster Spahr, through the Betty and Wes Foster Family Foundation Rosalyn and Stephen Weinstein Filbert Grove ($2,500-$4,999) Mrs.Valla Amsterdam Carol and Tom Beam Lois G. Brodsky Anne M. Congdon Dorothy Delbueno Ann Diebold Bob and Nancy Elfant Tim and Ellen Foster^ Narinder and Patricia Garg Glenn Gundersen and Susan Manix David and MaryJane Hackney Ronna and Robert Hall^ Drs. Robin and Saifuddin Mama Kurt and Mary-Ann Reiss Lee and Christopher van de Velde Sally Walker and Tom Gilmore ^

June and Steve Wolfson Family Foundation Mulberry Grove ($1,000-$2,499) Brian Abernathy and Elizabeth Ireland John Alchin Peggy Anderson Bethany Asplundh Jim and Janet Averill Sheryl and Allen Bar Giséle Sambar Bathish Ivy Bayard Sandy and Mickey Bernstein Reggie Blaszczyk and Lee O’Neill Louis Bluver Jean G. Bodine Tony Braithwaite+ Almut Breazeale Bernard Brewstein and Ellen Rosenthal DeDe and Tony Brown Nancy Burd Thomas Burke and Rick Fountas Laurada Byers Chip Capelli Priscilla and John Clement John and Susan Coleman Jeffrey Coon+ Joy De Jesús and Jamie Reynolds Robert M. Dever Ben Dibble+ Tobey and Mark Dichter Michael A. Donato and Peter R. Sonzogni Marie and Peter Dooner Deb Dorsey and Mike Green Stephen Falchek Jeanne Fisher* Oliver M. Ford Sandi Foxx-Jones Richard Frey+ David and Christina Fryman* Lou and Rhoda Fryman Linda and David Glickstein Terry Graboyes Bonnie Graham Marcy Gringlas and Joel Greenberg Chara and John C. Haas Mr. and Mrs. Jon Harmelin Don and Lynn Martin Haskin Jane and Steve Heumann Susan Jacobson and Michael Golden Mr. and Mrs. D. Scott and Carol Kelley Caroline Kemmerer

Mr. Peter Kenney and Dr. Dorothy Novick Holly Kinser Bill and Beth Landman Winnie and Eric Lien William A. Loeb Richard Maimon and Susan Segal Lewis R. and Sue Ann Marburg Gloria and Dan Mariano Jean S. Markovitz John and Amy McCawley* Andrea Mengel and George A. Ritter Seymour Millstein A.C. Missias J. Williams Mills III* Ellen and Michael Mulroney Amy L. Murphy and Terrence J. Nolen Ron and Suzanne Naples Michael Norris and Matt Varrato Diane Palmer^ Thomas Petro and Kristine Messner Dr. and Mrs. Joel Porter Aaron Posner and Erin Weaver Anonymous Ann and Frank Reed, through the Malfer Foundation Phyllis and Martin Rosenthal Mike Salmanson and Tobi Zemsky Julianna Schauerman Dolly Beechman Schnall and Dr. Nathan Schnall Hether, Don and Sarah Smith Richard and Amanda Smoot Kathleen A. Stephenson William K. Stewart Foundation Keith and Jim Straw Adelaide Sugarman and Marshall Greenberg Harvey B. Swedloff Justin Thomas Marguerite V. Rodgers and James H. Timberlake Eileen Heisman Tuzman and Martin Tuzman Thomas and Patricia Vernon Sandy and Michael Wax Richard E. Woosnam and Diane Dalto Woosnam Ellen Yin+ * denotes gifts made through the United Way +denotes gifts of services or goods ^includes a matching gift

ARDEN FOR ALL is supported by a generous gift from Virginia and Harvey Kimmel

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Why We Support the Arden Our family loves great books and great plays. Reading a great book sparks our imagination, transports us to other time periods, and immerses us in situations we may never have experienced. Watching a great play does all the same things and more. When we see a story brought vividly to life, we lose ourselves in the tale unfolding upon the stage. A great play can leave us feeling so many different emotions: lighthearted, uneasy, exhilarated, and even more. We may find ourselves thinking about it for hours afterwards, even days. We began subscribing to the Arden eight years ago. We enjoyed the professionalism of the work and saw every play in our subscription. We started to bring our children with us when they were 14 and 11. We didn’t just take them to Children’s Theatre, but also to shows like Sweeney Todd, A Midsummer Night’s Dream,The Seafarer, and Caroline, or Change – just to name a few. Seeing these plays together has led us to have spirited discussions as a family. Three years ago we decided to increase our support of the Arden. We joined the Sylvan Society and began to support Arden for All. Through Arden for All, we give children the chance to have the same transformative experiences our kids have had at the theatre. It is important work because, without Arden for All, these children may never have the chance to attend a theatrical performance. Live theatre can open a child’s mind to new ideas and new knowledge. It allows them to dream and see worlds beyond their own. Seeing great plays is as essential as reading great books. How fitting that every child who sees Peter Pan through Arden for All also receives a copy of J. M. Barrie’s book! This year we are pleased to be fully supporting the Arden’s partnership with Camden Creative Arts High School. Our gift pays for 25 tickets to If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, bus transportation to the Arden, and a visit from a teaching artist to lead a Master Class for the students. We hope other Arden supporters in the audience today will consider joining the Sylvan Society and supporting Arden for All. We cannot think of a better way to share the power of great storytelling--on the page and on the stage – with the young people in our region. Saifuddin, Robin, Aziz and Zahabya Mama - Arden subscribers and Sylvan Society members

The Hamilton Family Foundation, longtime supporters of our work with kids, has challenged us and you can help! We must raise $50,000 in new or increased gifts by June 30! If we reach our goal, the Hamilton Family Foundation will match our efforts with a gift of $50,000 in support of Arden Children’s Theatre and Arden for All, our education outreach program. Providing access to theatre and in-school programming for kids in our region is an essential part of our mission. Make a gift today and help us to reach our challenge! ���� �� ������������ ����

To make a gift, contact Angela DuRoss, Development Manager at 215-922-8900 ext. 25 or go online: www.ardentheatre.org/support.


Thank You to our Supporters $500 - $999 Iris Melendez and Henry R. Adamczyk, Jr. Stan and Lisa Altman Ron and Joyce Bayer Richard and Joan Behr Dorothy Tomassini Ruth E. Brown Debbie and Alan Casnoff Barbara R. Cobb James R. Fairburn and David A. Wickard Hartley Family Charitable Fund Carole M. Foley* Karen and Mark Hite Edith Klausner Alan and Elaine Klawans Kenneth D Kopple Mike and Helene Loeb Mrs. Grace Madeira Donald J. Martin and Richard Repetto Ann and George Morris Laura Offutt and Steve Fukuchi Barbara and Don Parman Michael L and Judy Paul Dan Promislo Whitney Quesenbery and John Chester Paul Rabe and Cheryl Gunter Franklyn and Cintra Rodgers Jerry and Bernice Rubenstein Marilyn Sanborne and Richard Labowskie* Eva and Marvin Schlanger Family Foundation Philip and Susan Schlegel James Akerberg and Larry Simmons Harold and Emily Starr Dr. and Mrs. Stephen G.Vasso Paul and Barbara Yeagle $250-$499 Joann White and William Beckett Pat and Tom Bender Peter and Lynne Berman Barry and Marilyn Bevacqua Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert and Marilyn Birnhak Doris and Aaron Bitman Bob Carfagno Mr. Joseph Casey Edwin G. Close, II Dr. W. Robert and Margaret Cook Ruth Miller Cox Dr. and Mrs. Bruce Denniston Paul and Adele Epstein Sue and Robert Evans Anne Ewers Mr. and Mrs. Farenback-Brateman Shannon and Edward Farmer Dan Gannon In memory of Bob Gallagher Charles Gear Bob and Jan Goren Clara and Jorge LaBrake Mary C. Harbison

Barbara and Robert Hauptfuhrer Charles Head Douglas and Harriet Heath Bill Hendrickson Betsy and Ted Hershberg Jim and Carolyn Hessinger David and Beth Medoway Kagan Barbara and Jerry Kaplan Susan Kellogg and Dick Hoffman Barbara and Leonard Klinghoffer Marilyn and David Kraut Mary Ellen Krober Ruth and Peter Laibson Richard Lee Perry Watts and Samuel Litwin Barbara Patterson Lobb Will and Sandy Lock Jim and Pat Lockhart Culbertson Frank and Sally Mallory Tina Manco Robert Manning Mary Louise Martin George and Judy McCarthy Gloria McNutt Alan and Susan Miller Keith and Liz Mosley Robert and Diane Mullin Paul Nutaitis and Robert Clark Anonymous Susan Odessey and Paul Coff Anonymous Bob and Leila Peck John and Pinkie Philbrick John and Margaret Preg Sherri and Abe Reich Mary Jo Reilly Joy Rickabaugh Graham and Betsy Robb in honor of Lee van de Velde Irwin C. and Carole M. Saft Susan Greene Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Shuster Frank and Catherine Signorello James L. Smith Marilyn and Dean R. Staats Robert and Sydney Stevens Eric Tamulonis and Deirdre Gibson Hella and Lew Volgenau Richard and Fenching Wainstein Michael Walraven and Mary Lou Starling Marlene Weinberg Fred and Arleen Weinstein Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Woodcock Tom and Jackie Zemaitis $125-$249 Howard Aaronson Janet and Roger Alwang Natalie Levkovich Charles and Stephanie Andrews Ron Baron Robert Bauer and Sandy Clay Bauer Susan Becker and Aaron Rubin

Sheila Bell and Thomas Dodds Linda and Alden Blyth Craig H. Boddorff* Ms. Reid Bodek Lily and Newman Bortnick Mr. and Mrs. Thomas and Mary Pat Boyle Tony Braithwaite Joseph and Mary Lou Breidenstine Eadie and Allan Brooks Bernard and Pamela Brownstein Caroline Castagno Wanna Be a Star Nelly and Scott Childress Mr. and Mrs. Fred and Karen Clark Rhoda and Michael Coben Jennifer Coffey Sandra and James Corry Zoe Coulson Charles J. Coyle Billie Coyne Marta Dabezies Rita and Grace Denbo Daniel Devlin Ellen DiPinto Larry and Pat Dixon Michael Dotsey Linda V Ellsworth Cynthia Heininger and James Feeney Ms. Joanne E. Fields Edwina Findley Larry and Maureen Mullin Fowler Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Frank Mr. Allan P. Freedman Ellen and David Freeman Paulette and Paul Freeman Brenda Freitag Chaim Galfand Buzz and Linda Gamble David K. Gifford Robert and Patti Goodman Roseanne and David Grant Carl and Helene Gumerman Dona and Curt Haltiwanger Stephen Hamilton* Brian Hanna Gail Hauptfuhrer Mr. Frank Hollick John Houle and Katherine Hayden Rossana Jaffe Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kahn Mr. Philip Kalodner Lucy Kaufman Phyllis Kauffman Margaret Keller Cynthia Killion Robert Klein Bernadette Koller Joan Kremer and Jim Luther Joan and Marc S. Lapayowker John and Joanne Lawson Lorraine and late Richard Leff

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Thank You to our Supporters $125-$249 continued Jack and Donna Levin Mr. and Mrs. Craig and Stephanie Lewis Robert and Laurel Lipshutz Karen Lisker Lynn and Joe Manko Ted and Ronnie Mann Mr. and Mrs. James Matarese Faith J McDowell Paul and Lee S Miller Martin and Sandra Miller Madeline Miller Douglas and Fredaricka Moffitt Ellen Monsees Kathleen Moyer Jerome Napson Mary Ann Naulty Etta and Chuck Nissman Bill and Kathy Nolen Edwards Carol L. O’Brien William O’Connor Alice and Albert Packman Mr. Richard Pariseau John and Judith Peakes Douglas and Mary Peck David and Sylvia Perelman Mary and F. Laurence Pethick Helen Phillips Lisa Truckess Rhoda Polakoff Nancy Post Shirley and Charles Preston Anonymous Eleanor Reinhardt Teresa Reyes and John Hogenesch Fred Rizzo Susan Rock Dulcie Romm Faye and Daniel Ross Alan Rothenberg Bernard and Barbara Ruekgauer William F. Ryan Ruth and Marvin Sachs Thekla Sacksteder Joan and Bill Saidel Lucille Schlack Carl W. and Mary Ellen Schneider Bonnie Schorske Harold and Sharon Schwalm Warren and Carole Lee Schwomeyer Jeanne C. Scott Jane Beechman Segal and Steven Segal Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas Showler Ellen Schwartz Siegel David and Carleene Slowik Phillip and Karen Spiker Celeste and Robert Starankovic Robert Stewart and Barbara BarnettStewart Sharon and Robert Strochak Ken Sugarman and Robin Goldfaden in honor of M.Greenberg and A.S

Anonymous Elaine and Sal Tagliareni Bob and Tina Tate Marion and Richard Taxin Joel Temple John Urofsky Malin Van Antwerp Emily and Charles Wagner Susan Walther Leslie and Ellen Welson Anonymous Edward Wilk Mrs. Thomas A. Williams Christine Winkelvoss Bertram and Lorle Wolfson Anonymous $75-$124 Carol and Bennett Aaron David Acton Emily Aiken Anonymous Nan Alderson Mr. and Mrs. Brian Allebach Dr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Andrews Alan and Sandy Ault Lauren and Joshua Averill Rita Axelrod May and Ethan Ball Lisa Becker Peninah Berdugo Sydney and Doris Beshunsky Steve Zettler and Cordelia Biddle Myron and Sharon Blumberg Frank Boyer Michael P. Boyle Martha Brandriff Charles Brennan Beth Brooks and Bob Waterson Mr. William Brown Michael P. Buckley Carol Buettger Robert J Butera Karen Marston and Greg Buzan John T. Callari Barbara Carmine Howard Cell Ronald and Christina Chang Leah Chaplin Mary Chomitz Sue Cohen Ms. Judy Cohen Arminta and William B. Collins Carol Copland Robert and Frances Corlies James Crawford and Judith Dean Kimberly L. Crown* Daniel Dagle Carole and Marc Dichter In Honor of Marjorie Dickey Margaret Chew Dolan and Peter Maxwell Ellen and Max Dooneief

Beverly Dotter William and Joan Douglas Angela DuRoss Lois S Durso Marcia Eisenberg Jane Eisner Lorraine Kilmer Debbie and Jerry Epstein William Ewing Paul and Judith Farber Sylvia Beck Askold Zagars Mark and Rene Feitelson Allan Fellner Ruth and Andre Ferber Malcolm and Martha Fick Jonathan and Catherine Fiebach Fund of the Jewish Federation John Fischer Deborah and Martin Fishbein Marjorie Fiterman Holly and Greg Flanagan Camille Focarino and Joseph Dimaio Drs. Barbara and Len Frank Ms. Judy Frank Dr. John and Elaine Frank Paula Freilich Joel Gardner and Holly Phelps Stan Gibell David Glancey Peggy Glover Ms. Joan Gmitter Joan and Marvin Goldberg Mr. and Mrs. Richard and Rita Goldberg Dr. and Mrs. William Goldfarb Grace Gonglewski and Eric Schoefer Kelley A. Grady* Priscilla Grosick Marsha Gross Donald Hargreaves Linda Fowler Hartnett Beverly Hayden Ron Herman Susan W Herron Daniel and Monica Hilferty Isidore and Sharon Hofferman Arnold and Esther Horn Kathleen Jacobs Aram and Jackie Jerrehian Gary and Debbie Johnson-McNutt Sarah C. Jordan Thomas Lloyd and Jane Kamp Scott and Margie Kasner Ira and Linda Katz Sheila Kessler Toni and Herb Kestenbaum Patricia and Charles Kling Joel Koppelman James Kronzer Stephen and Helene Kunkel Anne B. Ladenson Sylvia and Robert Lange


Thank You to our Supporters Mr. and Mrs. Bob and Mary Lawler Sonya Lawrence* Robert Lazar Lisa Lee Karen Lewis Linda W Lewis Edward Lichtenberg Daniel and Linda Litwin Melissa Lore* Virginia Lowe Joan Ryder and Robert Ludwig Dr. Edward Lundy and Debra Reiff Anonymous Donald and Nancy Maclay Todd and Susan Makler Nina and John Mantione Lolly Marchant Ronnie and Larry Margel Betty Margolis and Sidney Arenson Milton and Renee Margulies Dr. Arlen Marks and David Smith Dr. Rosalie G. Matzkin Linda McAleer and Maitlon Russell Richard and Gretchen McCann Kirsten McCoy Dr. Donald Bakove and Margaret G. McLaughlin Celeste McMenamin Tom and Helen McNutt Karyn Miller Marianne Miller

Daniel P. Monbourquette Lisa and Stephen Morano Jeff and Maxine Morgan Claire Moyer Kenneth and Susan Myers Mr. and Mrs. Gene Nicholls Bonnie and Eliot Nierman Carol Ann and Thomas O’Leary Betsy Oliphant Brenda J. Oliphant Gerald O’Neill Linda Osler Clare and Dwayne Osman Stanton and Bernice Oswald Sydney S. Pasternack Donald Plank Leslie and Curt Pontz Linda Quam Ellen Schlenker Leslie Rescorla Clifford Ridley and Betsey Hansell Dr. Elnora Rigik and Andrew Bushko Sharon and Mark Robb George and Zara Roberts Linda Robinson, Ph.D. and Peter Krill Claire Rocco Francoise and Louis Rollmann Jane A. Rose, CPA/PFS, CFP Chad and Jennifer Rosenberg Kenneth and Shelley Rosenberg Dr. and Mrs. Randy Rosenberg

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J. Randall Rosensteel Dr. Harry Rosenthal Edwin and Sally Rosenthol David and Athena Ruhl Janet Rupert Diane Rurode Romayne and David Sachs Janet S. Saltzman Rita and Herbert Salzman Mark Sandberg John Sands Michael Sanyour James and Anne Sauve Mr. and Mrs. A. Schmidt Ms. Kim Schmucki Ms. Adeline R Schultz Robert and Karen Serenbetz Elaine L. Sherman Anne Shuff and Mike Creech Mel and Susanne Shuster Abigail and Richard Simkus Bob and Harriet Singer Leslie E. Skilton Richard Smith Anonymous Richard and Doranne Smith Paula Spielberg Leon Steinberg Rita Stevens Paul Stone Bethy and Vinson Stouck Shirley Swerdloff Linda and Keith Thomson The Tobias Family Cathy J. Toner* Peter Trentacoste Mailin Van Antwerp* Clifford and Ann Wagner Mr. John Waldie Thomas Watkins Theresa Williams Sam and Kuna Yankell Carol Yetter Diane and Gilbert Young Mr. and Mrs. Howard Yusem* Francis A. Zampiello Joan D. Zeidner* * Denotes gift made through the United Way + Denotes gift of goods or services This list acknowledges donors as of November 6, 2009. If your name has been omitted or misprinted, please accept our apologies. Notify us by contacting Development Assistant Bobby Bangert at 215.922.8900 x46 or bbangert@ardentheatre.org. Although space does not allow us to list supporters whose gifts are less than $75, we gratefully acknowledge their contributions.

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Board and Committee Members Board of Directors David Fryman, President N. Peter Hamilton, Vice President Andrea Mengel, Vice President Michael A. Donato, Treasurer Nancy Hirsig, Secretary

Facilities Committee Hether Smith, chair Richard Maimon John McCawley Myles Pettengill Paul Thais

Brian Abernathy Nancy Burd Joy L. De Jesús Ellen P. Foster Matthew Garfield Elizabeth H. Gemmill Darrel A. German Carole Haas Gravagno Albert M. Greenfield, III Ronna F. Hall Joanne Harmelin Lynn Martin Haskin, Ph.D. Steve Heumann Susan G. Jacobson Barbara Kaplan Virginia Kimmel Holly Kinser Richard L. Maimon John J. McCawley Amy L. Murphy Terrence J. Nolen Aaron Posner Charles H. Rose H. Hetherington Smith Harvey B. Swedloff Lee van de Velde Diane Dalto Woosnam Ellen Yin

Finance Committee Michael Donato, chair Nancy Burd Ellen Foster Elizabeth Gemmill Steve Heumann Martin Rosenthal Harvey Swedloff

Board Executive Committee David Fryman, chair Brian Abernathy Michael A. Donato Ronna F. Hall Peter Hamilton Nancy Hirsig Virginia Kimmel Andrea Mengel Charles Rose Hether Smith Lee van de Velde Board Development Committee Michael Donato Peter Hamilton Lynn Haskin Lee van de Velde Diane Dalto Woosnam

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Advocacy Committee Brian Abernathy, chair David Glancey Terry Gillen Julie Hawkins Susan Jacobson Holly Kinser Institutional Giving Committee Michael Donato David Fryman Elizabeth Gemmill Carole Haas Gravagno Joanne Harmelin John McCawley Hether Smith Individual Giving Committee Virginia Kimmel, chair Charles Rose, chair Sheryl Bar Giséle Bathish John Bitman Chip Capelli Joy L. De Jesús Terry Graboyes Wendy Greenfield Lynn Haskin Steve Heumann Nancy Hirsig Jill Kaplan Eric and Winnie Lien Peggy Morgan Richard Quinn Steven Segal Harvey Swedloff Rosalyn and Steve Weinstein Diane Dalto Woosnam Ellen Yin

Education Committee Sheryl Bar Marla Diamond Dr. Dennis W. Creedon Dr. Carol Domb Jacqueline Matusow Dr. Douglas Overtoom Ilene Poses Sally Wojcik Personnel Committee Lee van de Velde, chair David Fryman Elizabeth Gemmill Charles Rose Young Friends Committee Brian Abernathy Genvieve Goldstein Betsy Oliphant Brian Seaman Special Events Committee Ronna F. Hall, chair Gary Bramnick Tom Burke Karen Butler Chip Capelli Michael Donato Nancy Elfant Carmel D. Ferrandino Ellen Foster Sara Furey David Hackney Marlo Hall Jamie Joffe Barbara Kaplan Joanne Lawson Kelly Lee Barbara Link Bob Marburg Peggy Morgan Michael Norris Betsy Oliphant Dolly Beechman Schnall Brian Seaman Bill Swoope 2009/10 Honorary Producers’ Circle Fred and Emily Anton


Staff Administrative Staff Producing Artistic Director .................................................................................................................................... Terrence J. Nolen Managing Director ....................................................................................................................................................... Amy L. Murphy Associate Artistic Director ........................................................................................................................................... Edward Sobel Associate Producer .................................................................................................................................................. Matthew Decker Artistic Assistant .....................................................................................................................................................................Erin Read Executive Assistant ................................................................................................................................................ Christopher Hines Literary Manager ...............................................................................................................................................................Dennis Smeal Director of Marketing and Public Relations .................................................................................................................... Beth Yeagle Marketing Analyst ............................................................................................................................................................. Abigael Reed Marketing Associate ..................................................................................................................................................Leigh Goldenberg Design Manager .................................................................................................................................................................Kristy Giballa Education Director ......................................................................................................................................... Maureen Mullin Fowler Group Sales Associate........................................................................................................................................................ Nanci Cope Development Manager................................................................................................................................................. Angela DuRoss Manager of Institutional Giving ........................................................................................................................................... Matt Ocks Development Assistant ................................................................................................................................................ Bobby Bangert General Manager ............................................................................................................................................................... Jennifer Peck Associate General Manager .....................................................................................................................................Mary Beth Simon Business Manager ........................................................................................................................................................ Courtney Spiker Box Office Manager................................................................................................................................................................ Lynn Keily Assistant Box Office Manager ...................................................................................................................................... Corey Masson House Manager ........................................................................................................................................................... Elisabeth Kersey Box Office Assistants ............................................................................... Thomas Choinacky, Michael Durkin, Carla Emanuele, Elisabeth Kersey, Michael McElroy, Fred Ott, Maura Roche, Richard Sonne, Ryane Studivant Arden Professional Apprentices...........................................................Kristyn Hegner, Michael Hollinshead, Brittany Howard, Alan Johnson-McNutt, Mark Kennedy, Meredith Sonnen Arden Drama School Faculty............................................ Bobby Bangert, Kala Moses Baxter, Matt Decker, Dirk Durosette Carla Emanuele, Liz Filios, Steve Gravelle, Jefferson Haynes, Millie Hiibel, Michael McElroy, Hillary Rea, Alison Roberts, Alexis Simpson, Scott Sheppard, Vanda Thomas, Anneliese Van Arsdale Arden For All Teaching Artists..................... ......Kate McLenigan Altman, Bobby Bangert, Kala Moses Baxter, Chris Bresky, Matt Decker, Mike Dees, Carla Emanuel, Liz Filios, Steve Gravelle, Evan Jonigkeit, Courtney Spiker Martin, Michael McElroy, Bi Jean Ngo, Megan O’Brien, Matt Ocks, Sarah Ollove, Hillary Rea, Jacqueline Real, Maura Roche, Jane Stojak, David Sweeny Arden Volunteer ............................................................................................................................................................ Jean Markovitz Artistic Intern ................................................................................................................................................................... James Yandoli Production Staff Production Manager .................................................................................................................................................. Courtney Riggar Technical Director ........................................................................................................................................................ Glenn Perlman Associate Production Manager ............................................................................................................................. Jessica Day West Master Carpenter/Shop Foreman ............................................................................................................................ Will Lambrakos Production Stage Managers .................................................................... Stephanie Cook, Alec E. Ferrell, Katharine M. Hanley Assistant to the Stage Manager ..................................................................................................................... Alan Johnson-McNutt Costume Supervisor .................................................................................................................................................... Alison Roberts Properties Master ................................................................................................................................................... Meredith McEwen Master Electrician ..................................................................................................................................................... Martin Stutzman Charge Scenic Artist ............................................................................................................................................. Kristina Chadwick Production Intern ................................................................................................................................................... J. Michael Stafford Audio Engineer ................................................................................................................................................................ Larry Fowler Wig Designer ........................................................................................................................................................................ Jon Carter Assistant Set Designer ........................................................................................................................................ Daniel Zimmerman Assistant Lighting Designer .......................................................................................................... Jose Antonio Dominic Chacon Assistant Sound Designer ........................................................................................................................................... John Kolbinski Assistant Puppet Designers ............................................................................ Juan Martinez, Zachary Palladino, Leslie Rogers Deck Crew ................................................................................................................................................ Eric Snell, Aurora Stanton Cutter/Draper/Stitchers ........................................................................... Derwin Cooper, Joy Craig, Rachel Ford, Kevin Ross Costume Interns ............................................................................................................................ Cari Brezina, Samantha Sedoris Electricians ....................................................................................................................... Christina Richards, Georgia Schlessman


When dining in Old City, we recommend these restaurants that support the Arden! All offer a special 10% discount to Arden patrons. Please ask your server for details. BISTRO ROMANO

120 Lombard St. • 215.925.8880 • www.bistroromano.com

This Historic Landmark, nestled in an 18th century granary, will stimulate your senses with an ambiance of candlelight and casual elegance while creating an unforgettable dining experience. Wine Spectator Award for our wine list! Voted a “Best of Philly” Restaurant, guests enjoy Bistro Romano’s acclaimed Regional Italian Cuisine and rave of the award-winning Caesar Salad prepared tableside and the romantic underground wine cellar for two. Please call for Wine Cellar and Mystery Theatre reservations. We are now celebrating our 21st year!

CAMPO’S

214 Market St. • 215.923.1000 • www.phillyhoagie.com

2009/10 Dining Partners

A legacy of quality, this classic, deli-style restaurant has been churning out delicious sandwiches since 1947. Order any of the special soups, salads, and sandwiches from this Philadelphia kitchen and you’ll see why it’s “where the locals go.” –USA Today

COSI

325 Chestnut Street • 215.399.0214 • www.getcosi.com

From our hand-tossed Signature Salad to our Tomato, Basil, and Mozzarella Sandwich served on warm flatbread, to the comfortable, urbane and contemporary atmosphere - Così is simply good taste. But we’re not just about sandwiches. Our distinctive menu offerings also include a wide variety of salads tossed to order, pizzas, soups, bagels, unique gourmet beverages and desserts. Something for everyone to enjoy - any time of day. Rated #1 in Fast Casual Restaurants by Parents Magazine.

FORK and FORK:ETC

306 Market St. • 215.625.9425 • www.forkrestaurant.com

Fork continues to set the standard for New American bistro dining. Chef Terence Feury’s fresh, seasonal cuisine reflects his passion for artisanal and local foods from home made pastas to house smoked pork chops. Part of Fork’s allure is its sophisticated beautiful interior, where the dining experience is anything but stuffy and uncomfortable. Open seven days a week, there is plenty of time before or after the show to enjoy lunch, dinner, or even just dessert. Come in to Fork:etc, our gourmet café for a quick and satisfying breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Our private dining room and catering services are also available for any party. Reservations are recommended.

FRANKLIN FOUNTAIN

116 Market St. • 215.627.1899 • franklinfountainphilly.blogspot.com

The Franklin Fountain is an old-fashioned 1920’s soda fountain and ice cream parlor that brings back magical memories of Americana through service of Sundaes, sodas and splits. Bowtie wearing soda jerks serve customers in an authentically replicated interior with real glassware and charm.

GIGI RESTAURANT & LOUNGE

319 Market St. • 215-574-8880 • www.gigiphilly.com

Fine dining food in a fun dining atmosphere. A local gem in Old City where everyone feels at home. A new American menu with an international flare.

RISTORANTE PANORAMA

14 N. Front St. • 215.922.7800 • www.pennsviewhotel.com

Featuring contemporary authentic Italian cuisine such as homemade pastas, tender veal and daily seafood specialties, Ristorante Panorama is located in the charming Penn’s View hotel, Front and Market Streets, Philadelphia. The wine program offers over 120 wines by the glass, and has received Sante’ Magazine’s “Wine Hospitality Award for Fine Dining,” Wine Spectator’s “Best of Award of Excellence,” Philadelphia Magazine’s “Best of Philly,” and Decanter Magazine’s “Best Wine by the Glass Program in North America.”

SERRANO 20 S. 2nd St. • 215.928.0770 • www.tinangel.com

Serrano has been a fixture in Olde City since 1985 and is everything a neighborhood restaurant should be. With a reputation for serving international fare at neighborhood prices, it is the perfect place to visit, kick back and enjoy; to bring friends and make friends. Comfort. Warmth. Home. After dinner, move the evening upstairs to the Tin Angel, our intimate acoustic café. From opening night, Tin Angel has presented an astonishing array of stars from the world of blues, rock, folk and country and has earned a reputation as the best club of its size in the country.

TRIUMPH BREWING COMPANY

117 Chestnut St. • 215.625.0855 • www.triumphbrewing.com

Triumph Brewing Company is a sophisticated restaurant & brewery featuring regional American cuisine and hand-crafted freshly brewed beer. Triumph is located in the heart of Old City.


ring Your Teenagers to ROMEO AND JULIET

Hello Parents,

Evan Jonigkeit (Romeo)

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Did you know that some plays are years in the making? We are working on a brand new play called The Flea and the Professor. Here’s a sneak peek of how this play is taking shape.

Later this season, the Arden is producing William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.  If you have a teenager in the family, this production is a great introduction to the world of Shakespeare.  Romeo and Juliet, directed by Matt Pfeiffer (who directed Go, Dog. Go!) runs February 25th - April 11th.  Our version will be a modern interpretation of the play that we hope will be relevant to teenagers as well as adults.  The themes of love and hate are timeless, and this familiar story is integrated into our collective conscience.  Our goal is to tell this story in a fresh and exciting way.  Watching Shakespeare can prove challenging to teenage audience members.  (We recommend this production for 8th grade students and older.)  But Romeo and Juliet is a great “first” Shakespeare experience because it addresses themes that your teenager can identify with.  Young love!  Raging hormones!  Rebelling against your parents!  Plus, did we mention that there’s a wicked awesome sword fight?  Cast as Romeo is Evan Jonigkeit, who recently played Dakin in The History Boys.  I talked with him about his first experience with the play: “I was introduced to Romeo and Juliet in 8th grade. When my teacher had me read Romeo aloud for the first time, I realized the importance of standing up for what was right in my heart. Romeo’s daring awakened in me an understanding of my own individuality. I hope to illuminate to others that being who you are is the only path worth taking.” A great way to enhance your teenager’s Romeo and Juliet experience is to enroll them in our Romeo and Juliet Spring Break Workshop.  Held on March 31st, it is an all-day Shakespeare workshop on speaking and performing the text, as well as a lesson in stage combat!  This workshop will be taught by Evan Jonigkeit, who plays Romeo, will take place on the set of Romeo and Juliet, and includes a ticket to the 2pm performance.  For more information on the workshop, visit our new Drama School Website, www.ardendramaschool. com. We hope to see you in the spring.  Happy Holidays!

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Matthew Decker, Associate Producer

Do you know who Hans Christian Andersen was? He was the author of many fairy tales that you may have read like The Little Mermaid, The Ugly Duckling and The Emperor’s New Clothes. Some of his stories have been turned into movies or plays that you might have seen. One of the last stories that Hans Christian Andersen wrote was called The Flea and the Professor. And the Arden likes that story so much that we’ve asked a man named Jordan Harrison to turn that story into a play. The Flea and the Professor is about a man who travels the world with his special friend who is a flea. They perform magic tricks, meet strange and unusual people on an exotic island, and fly in a hot-air balloon! Last winter, we asked some of our favorite actors to read Jordan’s play aloud. After hearing it, he thought it would be great to add some music to the play. So we asked composer Richard Grey to write songs for our new play. In May, the Arden will be working on this play at a big festival called New Visions, New Voices in Washington D.C. The Arden is one of seven theatres in the whole world that were picked to be a part of the festival. This gives Jordan and Richard a chance to work with other artists to make their play even better. Once it’s ready, we can’t wait to share The Flea and the Professor with you!


ARDEN CHILDREN’S THEATRE

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April 14 - May 30 Adapted by Jody Davidson Directed by Whit MacLaughlin

Book copyright © 1985 Laura Numeroff Illustration copyright © 1985 Felicia Bond Used by permission of HarperCollins Publishers

Most enjoyed by families with children ages 5+

2009/10 MAINSTAGE SEASON

Directed by Matt Pfeiffer

By Tanya Barfield Directed by Walter Dallas

JAN 14 - MAR 21

FEB 25 - APR 11

Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim Book by James Lapine Directed by Terrence J. Nolen

MAY 27 - JUL 4

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Preview!

Arden Children’s Theatre welcomes back award-winning director Whit MacLaughlin this spring for If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, on stage April 14 through May 30. Whit led an interview with his two 8-year-old twin daughters, Emory and Jane. To check out a video of this interview, please visit the Arden online at ardentheatre.org.

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Emory,Whit and Jane MacLaughlin. Photo by Beth Yeagle

How familiar are you with the book If You Give a Mouse a Cookie? We read it when we were little! Mom read it to us. I think it was when we were in first grade. But we still like it. How come? There’s A LOT of action. Plus there’s a problem. Problems are important in stories. Why? Cause that makes them fun. And interesting. And sort of dangerous. The book is pretty simple but the play takes the action and makes it more sophisticated. I think the play escalates the danger aspect of this story. Cool! I mean this mouse destroys the boy’s house. Literally destroys everything. He’s a sincere and innocent mouse but he’s a wrecking ball. Like a tornado? Yeah…what’s the messiest thing that’s ever happened in our house? Oooh, remember the Barbie installation? Or when the faucet in the kitchen blew up and water was gushing out everywhere? So which one of you would be the boy and which one of you the mouse? I’m the mouse. Yeah, she is. What do you think the play’s got to include? The part where the mouse drinks the milk. Why? Because the milk is SO HUGE and the mouse is SO LITTLE. So it’s all about scale. And chaos. It’s reminiscent of Laurel and Hardy. Or Charlie Chaplin. Who? Never mind. What do you think the moral of the story is? Never trust a rodent.

This production is recommended for kids five and older.


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WINTER SEMESTER 2009/10

Theatre classes for kids and teens

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TEEN COMPANY (Grades 6-12)

Saturday Classes

Saturday Classes

Eight week Winter Semester: $160

Five week Winter Semester: $100. Grades 6 - 12.

January 9,16,23,30, February 6,13,20,27

January 16,23,30, February 6,13

TREASURE TRUNK: Adventures

10am - 12pm: ACTING: Improv

STORYCRAFTERS: Fantasy

1 - 3pm: COSTUME DESIGN: Alice in Wonderland

10am – 11am, Students in Kindergarten 10am – 11:30am, Grades 1 and 2

ACTING: Voices

DESIGN: Aesop’s Fables

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PLAY PRACTICE: Sideway Stories

Saturdays, 1 - 4pm: Grades 6 - 12. $30 per class.

One Day Workshops

ACTING - January 16 MUSICAL THEATRE - January 30 IMPROV - February 6 AUDITION - February 27 SHAKESPEARE - March 6

Must have completed one semester of Kids’ Crew Acting 11:30am – 1:30pm, Grade 5

Saturdays, 1pm - 4pm: $30

STORYTELLING (Grades K-2) - December 12 IMPROV (Grades K-2) - February 6 ACTING (Grades 3-5) - February 20 COSTUME DESIGN (Grades 3-5) - March 6

After School Grades 6 -12. $120 per semester.

ACTING 1: Improvisation

Show Time Workshops

Mondays 4:30 - 6:30pm • Jan 11, 18, 25, Feb 1,8,15

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PETER PAN: ACTING - includes backstage tour

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Mon, Dec 28, 12:30 - 3:00pm - SOLD OUT Mon, Dec 28, 9:30 - 12noon - added by popular demand!

PLAYWRITING: Exposition and Character Development

FROG and TOAD: MUSICAL THEATRE Sat, January 9, 1 - 4pm

IF YOU GIVE A MOUSE A COOKIE: ACTING Mon, May 3, 4 - 6:30 pm

Play-in-a-Day 10am - 3pm. Grades 1-5. $50 a class, 3 for $125.

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December 12 March 6

January 18 (MLK Day)

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Spring Break One Day Workshop ROMEO AND JULIET

Wednesday, March 31 10am - 6pm (2pm performance of Romeo and Juliet) $80 includes theatre ticket An intensive full day Shakespeare workshop taught by Evan Jonigkeit (Romeo). Class covers speaking and performing the text and learning stage combat - all on our mainstage. The day culminates with viewing the Arden’s Romeo and Juliet.

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Spring Break Camp Grades K-5. Monday – Friday, 9am – 3pm. $300.

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Peter Pan stagebill