The 2018/19 season marked our 36th year where we invited our community to engage with the nation’s most imaginative playwrights in original productions by Portland’s most accomplished theatre makers. This season we also said farewell to the Alder Stage for the transformation of our building at 1515 Morrison into a space designed specifically for our theatre and the ArtsHub, making a home that will serve our artists and audiences for decades ahead. The season began with Dominique Morisseau’s SKELETON CREW, starring a brilliant ensemble of four on the detailed set of a Detroit auto factory break room. This largely naturalistic story featured the ensemble work of three dancers (two from Portland Actors Conservatory - a member of the ArtsHub), whose movements in silhouette captured the energy of the factory floor. We moved to Bess Wohl’s SMALL MOUTH SOUNDS, set during a silent retreat where 85% of the action was silent and the ensemble of eight actors created fully-realized characters without words. There was laughter and tears and in the rare moments when characters spoke, the audience was bowled over with empathy for each of these strangers. We entered the holiday season with two plays running in two venues. IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE: A LIVE RADIO PLAY by Joe Landry (performed at Northwest Children’s Theatre) never failed to catch audiences by surprise, especially the magical moment when the cast dropped their scripts and played the final scene “off-book,” as if they were possessed by the story. On the Alder Stage, we took on the one-of-a-kind feat of performing Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ EVERYBODY, his infinitely-demanding adaptation of the medieval morality play EVERYMAN, where fearless ensemble members were assigned their roles in front of the audience every night. 2019 kicked off with TEENAGE DICK by Mike Lew whose high school set adaptation of RICHARD III was dark, hilarious, and ultimately tragic. Lew’s script mandated that the two characters written as having disabilities be played by actors with disabilities. This was a major milestone in the history of Artists Rep in which two artists with disabilities shared the stage in a main stage production. We’re inspired to make sure that in the future, inclusion and representation becomes the norm rather than the exception. In March 2019 we closed the final Artists Rep production in the beloved Alder Stage with Lucas Hnath’s A DOLL’S HOUSE, PART 2. Resident Artist and Co-Founder Vana O’Brien holds the privilege of having performed in the first and final productions on that stage. Patrons were awed by the way the actors and the designers subverted the play’s 19th century setting, letting the play somehow live in the past and present simultaneously. The World Premiere WOLF PLAY by Hansol Jung continued our commitment to fostering new work. Jung created a funny, honest, and emotionally wrenching theatre experience filled with bold, poetic gestures—including using a faceless puppet to embody the central character of an 8-year-old boy caught up in a custody fight. It all built to a devastating payoff: the moment when the puppeteer coldly abandoned the doll, leaving it lifeless in a chair on the otherwise empty stage. We wrapped up the season with Lauren Gunderson’s THE REVOLUTIONISTS. Some of the character’s words felt as if they were written for Artists Rep and to our audiences, at this moment of our own revolution: “Thank you. For your time. For listening. Thank you. It’s an honor to…stand before you.” Additionally, we partnered with PICA to present UNEXPLODED ORDNANCES in the Time-Based Arts Festival, built sets for ArtsHub companies, provided operational support to outstanding productions by Profile Theatre, Hand2Mouth, and PAC, and kept our stages and rehearsal spaces filled to capacity until we slowed down to prepare for our big move in May. Despite the shortened season, we still managed to open our doors for 340 public events. We made important strides with Table|Room|Stage, our new play development program; in our Education programming; in developing an equitable, diverse, and inclusive culture onstage and off; and in creating a sustainable future home for Artists Rep. Thank you for believing in this work, and for being a vital part of the ART community.
Dámaso Rodríguez Artistic Director
J.S. May Managing Director
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ARTISTS REP gratefully acknowledges our theatre rests on the traditional lands of the Multnomah, Wasco, Cowlitz, Kathlamet, Clackamas, Bands of Chinook, Tualatin Kalapuya, Molalla and many other tribes who made their homes along the Columbia River.
OUR 2018/19 SEASON SKELETON CREW By Dominique Morisseau Directed by William (Bill) Earl Ray UNEXPLODED ORDNANCES By Split Britches Co-presented with PICA's Time-Based Art Festival SMALL MOUTH SOUNDS By Bess Wohl Directed by Shawn Lee EVERYBODY By Branden Jacobs-Jenkins Co-directed by Jessica Wallenfels & Dámaso Rodríguez IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE: A LIVE RADIO PLAY By Joe Landry Directed by Beth Harper TEENAGE DICK By Mike Lew Directed by Josh Hecht A DOLL’S HOUSE, PART 2 By Lucas Hnath Directed by Luan Schooler WOLF PLAY By Hansol Jung Directed by Dámaso Rodríguez THE REVOLUTIONISTS By Lauren Gunderson Directed by Lava Alapai
BOARD OF DIRECTORS Mike Barr, Chair Jeffrey Condit, Vice Chair Cyrus Vafi, Treasurer Patricia Garner, Secretary Marcia Darm, MD, Past Chair Julie Ball Michael Davidson Norma Dulin Tom Gifford Erik Opsahl Debra Pellati Pancho Savery Andrea Schmidt The Revolutionists - Joellen Sweeney, Amy Newman
THE 2018/19 SEASON WAS MADE POSSIBLE BY OUR SEASON SPONSORS:
ADDITIONAL CORPORATE AND FOUNDATION SUPPORT: $50,000 +
$25,000 - $49,999
$10,000 - $24,999
$1,000 - $4,999
Board & Sponsors
$5,000 - $9,999
TABLE | ROOM | STAGE
Artists Rep’s Generator of New Work for the American Stage We seek out writers and plays that disturb -- in the best way -- our perceptions and presumptions, that plunge us into stories to imbue us with empathy through discovered kinship with the other. Through productions, commissions, workshops, readings, and dramaturgical support, we enable national and local playwrights to pursue their bold, theatrically ambitious ideas. We are committed to promoting underrepresented voices: women, gender nonconforming, and people of color and recognize the exhilarating, necessary perspectives they bring to our national conversation. New this year is our AT THE APEX program, that centers new work in our mainstage season with premieres and vital second productions of important new plays. In At the Apex, playwrights will see their work fully realized, participate in rehearsals, and hone the work to its keenest edge. It’s true that change begins at home. We are aware of our own organization’s role as a mainstream cultural institution in Portland. Our long-term goal is to become a model of excellence in how an arts organization can be expansively inclusive, dynamically diverse, and committed to equity in every aspect. In the short term, our goal is to educate and organize ourselves optimally to reach these ideals.
AT THE APEX
WOLF PLAY by Hansol Jung Commissioned by Artists Rep Rolling World Premiere through the National New Play Network (FIVE productionsincluding one at Soho Rep in New York City) TEENAGE DICK by Mike Lew Second production after its initial premiere at the Public Theatre in New York (future productions include Donmar Warehouse in London and Woolly Mammoth Theatre in Washington DC)
AT THE TABLE
RECENT UNSETTLING EVENTS by Andrea Stolowitz Workshopped in New York for a week with professional actors and a director Staged reading presentation
Table | Room | Stage
LOOKING FOR TIGER LILY by Anthony Hudson Developmental workshops through T|R|S Public Presentation partnered with Portland Shakespeare Project and Proscenium Live, an ArtsHub Resident Company Moved on to be an At the Apex full production on the Artists Rep mainstage in the 19/20 season
Artists Rep offers a variety of price and entry points for its classes, with scholarships and sliding scale options available for all programs. We also offer an innovative Student Ambassador Program, where students learn about the inner-workings of a major nonprofit professional theatre. Ambassadors meet once per month, see shows for free, and participate in discussions with leading theatre artists, and professionals. The program introduces students to the full range of skills and ideas that are essential to running a professional theatre and to foster the next generation of arts leaders. Our free student matinee program aims to greatly increase the number of young people who have access to world-class theatre. Working in collaboration with educators, we seek to reduce barriers to participation and create curriculum-based study guides and talk-backs that promote critical thinking and help frame important conversations
around art. In 2018, ART launched a new workshop program to enhance the student experience and delve deeper into what makes live performance so meaningful. These workshops are taught by our Resident Artists who lead students through a participatory hour that focuses on skill building, collaboration, and theatre exercises that get students up on their feet and thinking creatively.
Teenage Dick - Tess Raunig , Alex Ramirez de Cruz, Christopher Imbrosciano
Artists Rep offers a number of participatory education and engagement opportunities for people of all ages. These include free student matinees and workshops, talk-backs, panel discussions, dramaturgy series for audience members, and over 25 classes that develop theatre artists, arts professionals, community members, and students.
by supporting Portlandâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rich artistic ecosystem. Programs and services include deeply discounted rates for rehearsal, performance, and meeting space; shared administrative work space for individuals and organizations; and production services such as set construction, scenic painting, and professional technical support from design through performance. Our goal is to help a diverse range of arts and community organizations thrive. We prioritize artists and organizations that support ARTâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s values of equity, diversity, and inclusion, and seek to provide a home for a diverse community of artists and audiences to take creative risks. While the programâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s origin six years ago was in response to an opportunity to share underutilized performance space, we have found that the most vital and lasting impact of the ArtsHub is the bustling community that has been formed, and the myriad ways it has led to the empowerment of local artists and the accelerated growth of participating organizations. On any given day, staff members and dozens of artists from multiple arts and community organizations are rehearsing, utilizing administrative support and meeting spaces, with chance encounters in shared spaces leading to increased communication and unanticipated future collaborations between organizations. Our new facility is being designed so that the ArtsHub can include even more organizations than it currently serves.
Education & ArtsHub
The mission of the ArtsHub is to create a cultural center
The Campaign for Artists Repertory Theatre
DID YOU KNOW?
ART’s downtown block was originally an Elks Lodge health club. Our building has truly reached the end of its useful life. Sections of the building lacked heat, the roof leaked, and the only way to move from the ground floor to the top floor was by climbing a staircase or by circling the block on the sidewalk. Clearly, the reinvention of our building is a priority. A $7.1 million gift in 2018 kicked off our capital campaign, paid off our mortgage, and catalyzed the sale of the north half of the downtown block in July of 2019 to Wood Partners for $9 million. Wood Partners will be building the Alta Art Tower – 22 stories with 304 one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments. This is one of the first buildings to be built under Portland’s new inclusionary zoning rules – ten percent of the apartments will be rented at 60 percent of median income for sixty years. The $9 million received
THREE REASONS TO INVEST
STORYTELLING AT ITS BEST
As Portland’s oldest professional theatre, we are master storytellers and have a legacy of producing acclaimed regional and world premieres.
WE RISE TO SHARE STORIE WE RISE TO CREATE A BUILDIN WE RISE TO SUPPORT PORTLAN
in the sale becomes the lead investment for reimagining our remaining building on the south half of the block, in which the roof and a massive wood beam will rise to create a modern multiuse performing arts center with two theatres, four rehearsal halls, and collaborative spaces. We are working with an extraordinary design team - Lever Architecture, Fisher Dachs Theatre Design Consultants, Howard S. Wright contractors, and Shiels Obletz Johnsen as our owner’s representative. It is our intention to be displaced from our building during ART On Tour for only two seasons – moving back in August 2021 for the 21/22 season.
not just for ART
The ArtsHub has met the challenge of Portland’s lack of affordable performance and rehearsal space by providing programs and services that help smaller arts and community organizations thrive.
We can build a legacy of understanding through stories that make our world a better place. Please, join in, help ART RISE.
” The future of ART
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ARTISTS REPERTORY THEATRE STATEMENTS OF FINANCIAL POSITION JUNE 30, 2019 AND JUNE 30, 2018 EARNED REVENUE
TOTAL CONTRIBUTED REVENUE
TOTAL EARNED & CONTRIBUTED REVENUE
General and Administration
TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES
INCOME (LOSS) FROM CURRENT ENDEAVORS
TOTAL EARNED REVENUE CONTRIBUTED REVENUE Gifts and Grants Special Events In-Kind Gifts
OPERATING EXPENSES Plays
NET ASSETS Beginning of Year End of Year
ART is pleased to provide this snapshot of our year and financial position to our stakeholders. These statements have been audited and an unqualified opinion provided by the firm of Winkel Accounting and Advisory Services. The full audit is available on ARTâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s website at www.artistsrep.org/about/financials/.
Contributed Revenue June 30, 2019 In-Kind Gifts
Contributed Revenue June 30, 2018 Special Events
4.2% Special Events 15.8%
In-Kind Gifts 0.05%
2.6% $1,894,532 Gifts and Grants 80.1%
Gifts and Grants 96.9%
Earned Revenue June 30, 2019 Other Income
Earned Revenue June 30, 2018
11.7% $132,329 Rentals 16.5%
Operating Expenses June 30, 2019 General and Administration
Operating Expenses June 30, 2018
15.1% $590,620 Fundraising 10.1%
General and Administration
General & admin
This list celebrates Artists Rep donors of $100 or more who gave generously in support of the dynamic and diverse 2018-19 Season. GAME CHANGERS ($100,000+) Anonymous James F. & Marion L. Miller Foundation The Regional Arts & Culture Council, including support from the City of Portland, Multnomah County and the Arts Education & Access Fund VISIONARIES ($50,000-$99,999) Lamar Airport Advertising Ronni Lacroute Oregon Community Foundation Creative Heights The Shubert Foundation PRODUCERS ($25,000-$49,999) The Collins Foundation The Kinsman Foundation The Oregon Cultural Trust The Oregonian PATRONS ($10,000-$24,999) Anonymous (2) Bob & Janet Conklin Express Employment Professionals Tom Gifford & Patti Fisher Grapeseed Media Diane Herrmann Joan Jones Lamar Billboard Advertising J.S. & Robin May Rafati’s Catering Charlotte Rubin Joanne & James Ruyle The Harold & Arlene Schnitzer CARE Foundation, Arlene Schnitzer & Jordan Schnitzer Marcy & Richard Schwartz John & Jan Swanson Darci & Charlie Swindells US Bank David & Christine Vernier The Estate of David E. Wedge Charles Weinstein STAGEMAKERS ($5,000-$9,999) Anonymous Advance Gender Equity in the Arts (AGE) Julia & Robert S. Ball Mike Barr Bloomfield Family Fund Karl & Linda Boekelheide The Estate of Don & Pat Burnet Ellen Cantwell Jeffrey G. Condit Carol Daniels Dark Horse Wine Marcia Darm MD & Bruce Berning Michael Davidson Norma Dody Dramatists Guild Foundation Larry & Marilyn Flick Dan Gibbs & Lois Seed
Eva Glass Hotel deLuxe The Jackson Foundation Arthur & Virginia Kayser Kristen & Michael Kern Carol Kimball Romy Klopper Deborah Kullby Hugh & Mair Lewis Charitable Fund of the Southwest Washington Community Foundation Carter & Jenny MacNichol Leonard & Susan Magazine, REAL ESTATS Mark Spencer Hotel Don & Connie Morgan National New Play Network Kristine Olson Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation Oregon Arts Commission, a state agency Olliemay Phillips Lorraine Prince Reser Family Foundation Dámaso Rodriguez & Sara Hennessy Jewely Sandoz Sapori Fine Flavors Rosalie & Ed Tank Rose E. Tucker Charitable Trust Robert Weinstein M. Howard Weinstein OCF Joseph E. Weston Public Foundation Karen Whitaker Maureen Wright & Lane Brown DIRECTOR’S CIRCLE ($2,500-$4,999) Anonymous Patti Brewer & Nick Giustina Charles Fine Arts Portraits Classic Pianos Philip Collier Smith Margaret Dixon Norma Dulin & James Barta Polly Grose Candace Haines Pam Henderson & Allen Wasserman Intel Corporation Matching Gifts Shawn Lee & Vonessa Martin Drs. Dolores & Fernando Leon Michael & Dr. Whitney Nagy Allen & Frances Nause Bob & Linda Palandech Kay Parr Phoenix Media Alan Purdy Thomas Robinson & Pamela Kislak Steve & Trudy Sargent Pancho Savery Marian & Elihu Schott Family Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation Norm & Barbara Sepenuk Shiels Obletz Johnsen James G. & Michele L. Stemler Robert Taylor & Maude May
BACKSTAGE PASS ($1,000-$2,499) Anonymous (3) Ruth & Jim Alexander F. Gordon Allen & Janice M. Stewart Phyllis Arnoff Cheryl Balkenhol Nita Brueggeman & Kevin Hoover Molly Butler & Robin Manning Denise Carty & Roger Brown Family Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation Richard & Nancy Chapman Anne Conway & Louis Baslaw Barbara & Tom Cooney Allison Couch & Tom Soals Marvin & Abby Dawson Edward & Karen Demko Susan Dietz Cleveland H. Dodge Foundation Leslye Epstein & Herman Taylor Carol Fredlund & John Betonte Deborah & Jim Gangwer Curtis Hanson Higgins Restaurant & Bar Cody Hoesly & Kirsten Collins Barbara Holisky & Gary McDonald Mark Horn & Mark Wilkinson Judy & John Hubbard Constance Jackson & Xavier Le Héricy Jessie Jonas Jody Klevit Anneliese Knapp Mike & Sandra Kremers Leslie R. Labbe Kristen & Tim Lachenmeier Jim & Eva MacLowry Roberta Mann Laurie & Gilbert Meigs Deanna & Wilfried Mueller-Crispin OCF Donor Advised Funds Joan Peacock, in loving memory of Ben Buckley Patricia Perkins David Pollock Wayne Potter & Pam Brown John Ragno Martin Ragno Wendy & Richard Rahm Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation Julia Rea & Jim Diamond Bonnie & Peter Reagan Richard & Mary Rosenberg Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation Miriam Rosenthal Dr. & Mrs. William Sack David Saft & Laura Lehrhoff Dianne Sawyer & Richard Petersen Wayne D. Schweinfest Ursula Scriven Jinny Shipman & Dick Kaiser Elizabeth Siegel Marilyn & Gene Stubbs John & Sandra Swinmurn
Tonkon Torp LLP Marcia Truman Geoff Verderosa Charlene Zidell SUPERSTARS ($500-$999) Anonymous (2) Bob Amundson & Sully Taylor Susan Bach & Douglas Egan Patsy Crayton Berner Richard & Leslie Bertellotti Lesley Bombardier Fred & Betty Brace Charles & Barbara Carpenter The Nathan Cogan Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation Jim & Vicki Currie Marc Franklin & Mary Lou Moriarty Kyle & Charles Fuchs Dr. William & Beverly Galen Paul Gehlar Don & Marlys Girard Susan & Dean Gisvold Al & Penny Greenwood Dick Hamlet & Corinne McWilliams Dawn Hayami Mike & Judy Holman Anna Jimenez & Zednek Zumr Jin-Jin’s Aloha Outreach Fund at Schwab Charitable Ms. Cecily A. Johns Judith & Gregory Kafoury Carol & Jeff Kilmer PJ Kleffner Lagunitas Brewing Company Bill & Shelley Larkins Tim & Janene Larson Noah & Dena Lieberman Matthew & Lora Lillard Robert A. Lowe & Michelle Berlin-Lowe David Lutz Linda & Ken Mantel Susannah Mars & Gary Johnson Dan McKenzie Dolores & Michael Moore Susan D. Morgan VMD Neilsen Family Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation Northwest Film Center Nossa Familia Coffee Linda Nelson & Ted Olson Alfred & Eileen Ono OnPoint Community Credit Union Debra & Paul Pellati Carla Piluso Portland Actors Conservatory Portland Timbers Julie Poust Raft California Karen Rathje Scott & Kay Reichlin Michael Sands & Jane Robinson Carol Schnitzer
Lewis Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation Kristin & Paul Schultz Nick & Sandra Snell Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation Southwest Airlines Faye & Lucille Stewart Foundation Greg & Martha Struxness Donald & Roslyn Sutherland Rick Talley & Dr. Mary Ann Barr Talley Sarah & Robert Taylor Paul Thompson & Portia Sipes US Bancorp Matching Gift Program LeAnn Wells Carole Whiteside Andrew Wilson & Dr. Ronnie-Gail Emden Carl Wilson & Evan Boone Cynthia Yee INSIDERS ($250-$499) Anonymous Kay & Roy Abramowitz Chuck & Meg Allen Alliance Française Linda Alper Anders Printing Company ArborBrook Vineyards Elizabeth & Stephen Arch Artslandia Susan & Grover Bagby Shilpi Banjeree BosMen Charitable Fund Ann Brayfield & Joe Emerson Jim Brunke Sonia Buist, M.D. Lauretta Burman Don Caniparoli & Sarah Rosenberg Jean Carufo & Barbara Engelter Rick & Jean Collins Debbie Cross & Paul Wrigley Nancy & Jon Decherd Barbara & George Dechet Wolfgang Dempke in memory of Alise Rubin Troy & Bev Dickson Stephen Early & Mary Shepard Carmen Egido & Abel Weinrib Elizabeth & John Ehrsam Marilyn Kay Epstein Donna Flanders & Carl Collins, in honor of Cody Hoesly Melissa & Bob Good Roswell & Marilynn Gordon Marvin & Barbara Gordon-Lickey Paul & Teri Graham Paul Harmon Matt & Tiffany Hague Cynthia Herrup & Judith Bennett Stephen & Sharon Hillis Kirk Hirschfeld Steven Hodgson Lynette & Don Houghton Steve & Kris Hudson
FRIENDS ($100-$249) Anonymous (7) Kip Acheson Aesop Kris Alman & Mike Siegel Hilary & Michael Alter Sarah & David Altman Scott Anderson Thomas Robert Anderson Angelic Healing Hands, Inc. Kristin Angell Ruby Apsler
Arlene Ashcraft Nancy Ashton Katherine Atkinson Bag & Baggage Matt Baines Steve Baker & Heyke Kirkendall-Baker Claudia Barnard Lewis Barr Laura Barton George Bateman Joan Baucus Alan & Sherry Bennett Pam Berg Joe Blount Caleb & Maya Bourgeois Brenda & John Braden Bobby & Gabrielle Brewer-Wallin Margaret & Donn Bromley Brian Brooks Marlene Burns & Jon Dickinson Cambia Health Foundation Michael Carter & Teresa Ferrer Jean Carufo Sue Caulfield Mary & Russ Chapman Rita Charlesworth Patrick & Barbara Christian in memory of Charlie Rosenthal Clackamas Repertory Theatre Bradley Coffey Coho Productions Leslie & Alan Comnes Amy Copeland Harriet Cormack Corrib Theatre Joseph Davids Jewel Derin Elaine & Bill Deutschman Luke & Jassimine Dixon Jeanne & Lauren Donaldson Judith E Posey & Edward J Doyle, MD Anne Driscoll Robin Dunitz Ross & Olivia Dwinell Kitt & Butch Dyer Laury Ellis & Kathy Fode Cheri Emahiser Jim & Joan English Fade To Light: A Multidimensional Fashion Event Michael Feldman & Ruth Tenzer Feldman Dave Felt & Lynda Wendel Chris Fletcher & Pamela Abernethy and Elizabeth Abernethy Katie Flynn Lew Frederick Nancy Lee Frederick Jessy Friedt & Benjamin Emerson Patricia Frobes & Richard Smith Fullerton Wines Trish & Bennett Garner Frank Gibson Andy Ginsburg & Danielle L. Erb Mr. Rob Goldman
Glenda Goldwater Gretta Grimala Lauren Gunderson HP Matching Gifts Arlene & Arthur Hagen Andrew Harbison Ulrich Hardt & Karen Johnson Meredith Hartley & Jeremiah Pyle Susan Haywood Elena Hein Joan Heinkel & Ben Massell Joe & Diana Hennessy The Herb Shoppe Sarah Hershey Jon Hirsch Ava & Charlie Hoover Carol & Tom Hull Deborah Indihar Jeri Janowsky & John Crabbe Katharine Jansen Betsy Jeronen Colleen & Jeff Johnson Isaac & Jennifer Johnson Phyllis Johnson Janet Josway Erika Kane Steve & Anita Kaplan Keeton Corporation Catherine & Timothy Keith Nancy G. Kennaway Jane Kennedy Ellen Kesend & Bruce Sternberg Heather Kientz Doris & Eric Kimmel Rev. Larry King Steve & Molly Kleinheinz Kim Knox Keith & Merle Koplan Tom & Judy Kovaric Connie & John Larkin in memory of Charlie Rosenthal Jeanette Larson Elyse & Ron Laster Mary Lou Laybourn Jeanette Leahy Mark Lee & Lisa Bork Richard Lewis & Meg Larson Literary Arts Mari & Louis Livingston Reva Ricketts & Marc Loriaux, in memory of Charlie Rosenthal Henry C. Louderbough Jane Luddecke & Robert Anderson Priscilla & Rod MacMillan Sheila Mahan Gus & Liann Martin Larry Marxer & Susan Hathaway-Marxer Ms. Nancy Matthews Kathryn McLaughlin Mariellen Meisel & Steve Glass Sam Metz & Margaret A. Jennings, in memory of Charlie Rosenthal William Meyer Milagro
Miller Nash LLP Dwyn Miller Susan & Greg Miner Fern Momyer & Marlene Grate Monique’s Boutique Steve Neighorn Katy Nelson Marcy Norman Northwest Children’s Theater And School Greg & Emily Nourse Steve Novick & Rachael Philosky-Novick NW Dance Project Vana O’Brien Oregon Shakespeare Festival Oregon Symphony Susan Parsons & Duncan Campbell Gordon & Sondra Pearlman Carla Pentecost Pierre & Linda Pham Kevin Phaup Donna Philbrick Pink Martini Roger Porter Portland Center Stage Portland Experimental Theatre Ensemble Elizabeth Pratt & Philip Thor Profile Theatre Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club Ana Quinn Dick & Linda Reedy Ed Reeves & Bill Fish Josh Richards Robert & Marilyn Ridgley Kathryn Ross Rich & Joan Rubin Cecily Ryan Jane Sage Cindy Salisbury William & Meredith Savery Mr. Brandon Scarth Robert Schaibly David & Suzanne Schulherr Schwab Charitable Ann Schwarz Jean Scott & Myrth Ogilvie Dorothy & John Shaner, in memory of Charlie Rosenthal Gil Sharp & Anne Saxby Ariel Shattan Doug Sheets Kathryn Silva & Fred Stewart Laurel & Dan Simmons Charles & Karen Springer Jenny Stadler & Jordan Hiller David Staehely DeeAnne Starks Kathleen & Leigh Stephenson-Kuhn Julia Surtshin & Richard Sessions Gary Taliaferro Ravi & Reema Tayal Leslie Taylor & Doug Beers Tracy Thornton David Tillett
Larry Toda Tony Starlight Andrew & Brittain Tripp Troon Vineyard George & Dawn Tsongas, in memory of Charlie Rosenthal Cyrus Vafi Kaye Van Valkenburg & David Maier The Vault David & Julie Verburg Janet Vining & Eric Vega Vinn Distillery Pamela Vohnson & David Streight Allison Wales Judi & J. Wandres Anne Weaver Joan & David Weil, in memory of Charlie Rosenthal David Wheeler Richard Winkel Lawrence W. Woelfer Susan Woods
It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play - Alyssa Longoria, Susannah Mars, Victoria Schindler Small Mouth Sounds - Ayanna Berkshire, John San Nicolas Everybody - Andrea Vernae, Barbie Wu, Michael Mendelson, Sara Hennessy
Joni & Bill Isaacson Janice and Benjamin Isenberg Philanthropic Fund of the Oregon Jewish Community Foundation Bill Jensen & Linda Ellison Elaine & Ed Kemp Karen Kemper Sally & Lucien Klein Roger Leo Chuck & Sandy Lissman Steve Lovett & Connie Sullivan Earlean Marsh Stacey Martinson & Brad Sealy Dr. Robert & Kimberly Matheson Michael Mendelson & Tim Thompson Scott & Jane Miller Molly Moshofsky & Will Matheson North Country Productions, Alan & Sharon Jones Judy Parker & Albert Passadore Kate Patricelli Duane & Corinne Paulson Ron Pausig Sue Pickgrobe & Mike Hoffman Portland Pairings Portland Playhouse Dee Poujade Jay & Barbara Ramaker Mr. Andrew Recinos Helen Richardson & Don Hayner Kelly Rodgers Brian Rogers & Cassandra Scholte Charles & Judith Rooks Rebecca Ross Rick & Halle Sadle John Saurenman Luan Schooler & Timothy Wilson Erika Schuster & Clay Biberdorf Mary Ann Seth-Wish & John Wish James & Laura Smith Marc Stein H. Joe Story The Tea And Spice Exchange of Portland Jory Thomas Paul Vandeventer Janet F. Warrington Carol Ann & Patrick Wohlmut Lora & Andy Woodruff Yoyoyogi Alan & Janet Zell Kurt & Heather Zimmer