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Imagination Wonderland: Artistry meets technology in scenic design


From the greats to the newcomers: 40 years of amazing jazz


A remarkable fall for the arts


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David S. Thompson, Chair Bing Sizemore, Chair Elect


Ann-Cabell Baum Andersen Richard Bryant Johnny Burleson JoAnne Dickinson Ed Funkhouser Kyle Held Donna Kanich Jane Kanipe Vicky Langley Caroline McCall

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Jim Clark, President, Friends of the Gregg N. Alexander Miller III, Vice Provost, Division of Academic & Student Affairs Nicole Peterson, Director of Development Banks C. Talley, Jr., Vice Chancellor Emeritus & Director of Special Projects

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N. Alexander Miller III, Vice Provost, Division of Academic & Student Affairs Christy Rain, Executive Assistant Holly M. Durham, Director of Business and Planning


Sharon H. Moore, Director Mark K.S. Tulbert, Associate Director Lori N. Jones, Community Engagement Coordinator Amy Z. Gustavson, Community Engagement Assistant


George Thomas, Director Jo Ellen Westmoreland, Assistant Director Dusty Fletcher, Program Assistant Jennifer Siegel, Clay Studio Manager Forrest Wilson, Custodian


Robin Harris, Director & NCSU Dance Company Artistic Director Tara Z. Mullins, Assistant Director & Panoramic Dance Project Director

GREGG MUSEUM OF ART & DESIGN Roger Manley, Director Zoe Starling, Curator of Education Mary Hauser, Museum Registrar Chris Gannon, Assistant Registrar Matthew Gay, Art Preparator Hilary Kinlaw, Museum Operations Manager Clara Ray, Security Guard Catherine Nuzum, Security Guard


Anne Peden Kimberly Przybyl Jonathon Smith, Student Representative Patricia Tector Nicole Tyra Cathy Ward Helen White Martha Zaytoun

John C. McIlwee, Director Allison Bergman, Assistant Director Jayme Mellema, Scenic Designer Joshua Reaves, Lighting and Sound Designer Emily Rossi, Costume Shop Manager/Associate Designer Laura Parker, Costume Assistant David Jensen, Technical Director, Thompson Hall Andrew Korhonen, Operations and Events Coordinator David Jones, Technical Director, Stewart Theatre Kevin Wright, Assistant Technical Director/Sound Specialist Rachel Klem, Adjunct Instructor Nancy Breeding, Business/Marketing Manager Ron Foreman, Special Projects/Graphic Designer Phal Ngong, Housekeeper


Dr. J. Mark Scearce, Director Dr. Thomas Koch, Associate Director Dr. Jack Fuller, Assistant Director, Outreach and Assessment Kathleen Laudate, Operations Manager Logann Graham, Program Coordinator Randall Rehfuss, Concert Coordinator Dr. Gary Beckman, Director of Entrepreneurial Studies in the Arts Dr. Randolph Foy, Director of Orchestras Dr. Paul Garcia, Director of Bands & Percussion Instructor Dr. Olga Kleiankina, Teaching Assistant Professor Dr. Jonathan Kramer, Teaching Professor Dr. Nathan Leaf, Director of Choral Activities Dr. Wes Parker, Director of Jazz Studies Dr. Rodney Waschka, CHASS Professor Dr. Alison Arnold, Adjunct Faculty Dr. Robert Petters, Adjunct Faculty Dr. John Sprague, Adjunct Faculty Dr. Kristen Turner, Adjunct Faculty Mary Boone, Adjunct Instructor Don Eagle, Adjunct Instructor Christopher Fischer, Adjunct Instructor Leonid Finkelshteyn, Adjunct Instructor Jason Foureman, Adjunct Instructor Wayne Leechford, Adjunct Instructor Dr. David Lewis, Adjunct Instructor Jennifer Seiger, Adjunct Instructor Luciano Suarez, Adjunct Instructor Lin-Ti Wang, Adjunct Instructor Candace Newkirk, Housekeeper


Nicole Peterson, Director Ashley McKinstry, Assistant Director Ellie Cooke, Development Specialist Dr. Banks C. Talley, Jr., Director of Special Projects and Vice Chancellor Emeritus


Mark K.S. Tulbert, Marketing Coordinator


Katherine Fuller, Director Tyrone Jenkins, Assistant Director

“A work of art is above all an adventure of the mind.” –Ionesco Dear Friends, In a recent meeting with students who live in the Arts Village, a living and learning community here on campus developed as a partnership between ARTS NC STATE and University Housing, I was not surprised to learn that well over two-thirds of them are pursuing degrees in science or technology disciplines. In fundamental ways, science and art derive from the same root source: a need to observe deeply, to question, to understand and to describe. The late and remarkable Steve Jobs, cofounder of Apple, once talked about the “magical” intersection of art and science. In a 1996 interview with PBS, Jobs reflected on the colleagues who helped create and share his success: “I think part of what made the Macintosh great was that the people working on it were musicians and poets and artists and zoologists and historians who also happened to be the best computer scientists in the world.” I think Steve Jobs would have felt right at home among ARTS NC STATE students, who represent every college on our campus. They are engineers, plant and soil scientists, biochemists and physicists, to name just a few of their majors, and they all bring their own unique disciplinary skills, interests and personal passions to their pursuit of the arts. These students intuitively understand, as Thomas Merton wrote, that “Art enables us to find ourselves and to lose ourselves… at the same time.” I invite you to lose and find yourself by attending and participating in many of our performances, exhibitions and classes throughout the year as we explore, create and celebrate the arts.

N. Alexander Miller III, Vice Provost


5 Schedule of Events 6 Visual Impact 10 Good Stewards 12 125th Anniversary of NC State 14 The new Gregg Museum of Art & Design 16 Fall Highlights 19 ARTS NC STATE welcomes Dr. Mike Mullen 20 Student Spotlight 21 Important Information 22 ARTS NC STATE Donors 27 Late Night Dining Guide

On the cover: Pins by Davis Choun, an Art + Design major in the NC State College of Design. This mixed media work was purchased as part of the ARTS NC STATE 2012 Student Art Purchase. See page 20 for more information about the annual Student Art Purchase.




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performances & Exhibitions SEPTEMBER

 Dr. Olga Kleiankina, Piano Faculty Recital Sun, Nov 11, 4pm, Stewart Theatre

 NC State: Then & Now Exhibition: through Oct 3, Crafts Center

 Jazz Combos Tues, Nov 13, 7pm, Stewart Theatre

 Pinhole Camera Challenge Photography Exhibition: through Oct 3, Crafts Center

 Alice in Wonderland Wed-Sun, Nov 14-18, Wed-Sun, Nov 28-Dec 2 Evenings 7:30pm, Matinees 2pm, Titmus Theatre

 The Capitol Steps Sat, Sept 15, 4pm & 8pm, Stewart Theatre  Arts NOW Tues, Sept 18, 7pm, Kennedy-McIlwee Studio Theatre  PMC Lecture Series: Laith Ulaby Fri, Sept 21, 7pm, Kennedy-McIlwee Studio Theatre  Dirty Rotten Scoundrels Wed-Sun, Sept 26-30, Evenings 7:30pm, Sun 2pm, Stewart Theatre

 28th Annual Holiday Crafts Fair & Sale Sat, Nov 17, 10am-5pm, Crafts Center  Connecting Crossroads in North Carolina Sat, Nov 17, 8pm, Stewart Theatre  Raleigh Civic Symphony Sun, Nov 18, 4pm, Stewart Theatre  Ladies in Red Mon, Nov 19, 7pm, Stewart Theatre

 Art Without Artists Sept 27-Dec 16, Gregg Museum Opening Reception: Thur, Sept 27, 6-8pm

 Registration for Spring 2013 crafts classes begins for NC State Students Mon, Nov 26 (Mon, Dec 10 for everyone else)

 Spirit – Fire – Shake! Sept 27-Dec 16, Gregg Museum Opening Reception: Thur, Sept 27, 6-8pm

 Wind Ensemble Tues, Nov 27, 7pm, Stewart Theatre

 Twenty Twenty Fri & Sat, Sept 28 & 29, 8pm, Titmus Theatre

OCTOBER  Woodturning with Al Stirt Thur, Oct 11, 7pm, Crafts Center

 Grains of Time Wed, Nov 28, 7pm, Stewart Theatre  A Quasquicentennial Celebration! 125 Years of Holidays at NC State Fri, Nov 30, 7pm, Stewart Theatre


 Parsons Dance Fri, Oct 12, 8pm, Stewart Theatre

 State of Brass Sun, Dec 2, 4pm, Kennedy-McIlwee Studio Theatre

 Carillon Concert (free) Sat, Oct 13, 2pm, The Bell Tower


 What We Wore Sat, Oct 13, 7:30pm & Sun, Oct 14, 2pm Titmus Theatre  Art Outside the Box at the future Gregg Museum Sun, Oct 28, 12-4pm, 1903 Hillsborough Street  Raleigh Civic Chamber Orchestra Sun, Oct 28, 4pm, Stewart Theatre  Wind Ensemble Tues, Oct 30, 7pm, Stewart Theatre

NOVEMBER  Choral Collage Thur, Nov 1, 7pm, Stewart Theatre  Jazz Ensemble Fri, Nov 2, 7pm, Stewart Theatre  Pipes & Drums Sat, Nov 3, 7pm, Stewart Theatre  Dance Program Fall Concert Thur & Fri, Nov 8 & 9, 8pm, Stewart Theatre  PMC Lecture Series & Arts NOW: Low and Lower Fri, Nov 9, 7pm, Kennedy-McIlwee Studio Theatre  Kathy Mattea Sat, Nov 10, 8pm, Stewart Theatre

 Farfetched: Mad Science, Fringe Architecture and Visionary Engineering Jan 17-Apr 26, Gregg Museum Opening Reception: Thur, Jan 17, 6-8pm  Humanature Jan 17-Apr 26, Gregg Museum Opening Reception: Thur, Jan 17, 6-8pm  PMC Lecture Series: Donna Kwon Fri, Jan 25, 7pm Kennedy-McIlwee Studio Theatre  Arts NOW Tues, Jan 29, 7pm Kennedy-McIlwee Studio Theatre

FEBRUARY  An Inspector Calls Wed-Sun, Feb 13-17, Wed-Sun, Feb 20-24 Evenings 7:30pm, Sun 2pm, Titmus Theatre  PMC Lecture Series & Arts NOW: Fire Pink Trio Thur, Feb 14, 7pm Kennedy-McIlwee Studio Theatre  Music of the British Isles (free) Sat, Feb 23, 7pm, Cardinal Gibbons High School

 Jazz Ensemble Sun, Feb 24, 4pm Jones Auditorium, Meredith College  Wind Ensemble Tues, Feb 26, 7pm Jones Auditorium, Meredith College

MARCH  Tomáš Kubínek Fri & Sat, Mar 15 & 16, 8pm, Titmus Theatre  Dr. Olga Kleiankina, Piano Faculty Recital Sun, Mar 17, 4pm, Titmus Theatre  PMC Lecture Series: Gavin Douglas Thur, Mar 21, 7pm, Titmus Theatre  Ladies in Red Sat, Mar 23, 7pm Jones Auditorium, Meredith College  Panoramic Dance Project Sat, Mar 23, 8pm, Titmus Theatre

APRIL  Ninety Miles Thur, Apr 4, 8pm; Fri, Apr 5, 7 & 9pm Titmus Theatre  NCSU Choirs Concert Fri, Apr 5, 7pm Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church  The Heidi Chronicles Fri-Sun, Apr 5-7; Wed-Sun, Apr 10-14; Wed-Sun, Apr 17-21; Evenings 7:30pm, Sun 2pm Kennedy-McIlwee Studio Theatre  Raleigh Civic Symphony Sun, Apr 7, 4pm Jones Auditorium, Meredith College  Frank Vignola Fri & Sat, Apr 12 & 13, 8pm, Titmus Theatre  Concert Band Thur, Apr 18, 7pm, Talley Ballroom  NCSU Dance Company Concert Thur & Fri, Apr 18 & 19, 8pm, Titmus Theatre  State Chorale Fri, Apr 19, 7pm Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church  Raleigh Civic Chamber Orchestra Sun, Apr 21, 4pm, Titmus Theatre  Jazz Combos Tues, Apr 23, 7pm, Titmus Theatre  Jazz Ensemble Thur, Apr 25, 7pm, Talley Ballroom  Pipes & Drums (free) Sat, Apr 27, 2pm, Harris Field  State of Brass Sun, Apr 28, 4pm, Kennedy-McIlwee Studio Theatre  Grains of Time Tues, Apr 30, 7pm Jones Auditorium, Meredith College

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` Production photograph of Jayme Mellema’s scenic design for “Surviving the Applewhites” by Stephanie S. Tolan, based on her book, for Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, 2008.

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Colorful shadowboxes line the shelves in Jayme Mellema’s office adjoining the lobby of the Titmus Theatre in Thompson Hall. The small-scale scenic designs – part collage art, part architectural precision – were part of his creative process in making dozens of scenic designs over the years. But Mellema’s next theatrical venture is too big to be contained in a microcosmic shadowbox. Alice in Wonderland, opening November 14, is a fanciful journey that explores – among other themes – risk-taking, self-control, maturity, boundaries and the power of imagination. Mellema himself will confront those same themes in his own creative process, having taken on the monumental challenge of not only designing scenery for Alice but also adapting the beloved 1865 Lewis Carroll novel into a multimedia script and directing it. The play will feature more than a dozen actors, some in multiple roles, as well as a cast of puppets. And it will use University Theatre’s state-of-the-art projection technology at a more ambitious level than ever before. “We’re a technological school, that’s part of what we’re about,” Mellema says. “And over the years we’ve managed to accumulate some really great things for our theatre. I want to push them. Let’s use it and push it to the max, like ‘How far can we go?’ ” Alice is quite an undertaking for the 36-year-old artist, who has designed, directed and adapted plays before – but never tackled all at once. But Mellema has honed his artistry by delving into untested waters, and his creative approach has taken University Theatre to a new level. “Jayme has made a tremendous difference in the way the design staff at University Theatre looks at the entire visual impact of each show,” says University Theatre director John McIlwee, whose productions with Mellema include Rent, Amadeus and Into the Woods. “His aesthetic sensibility is imaginative and acutely tuned to what is most effective for the directors’ interpretation.” Mellema’s theatrical journey began as a detour. An aspiring visual artist, he happened into theatre in high school in Lynden, Washington, doing sound and other offstage tasks as a way to help his friends. He continued exploring theatre at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where his first design class convinced him to change his major from art to communications with an emphasis in theatre, keeping art as a minor. He then earned a master of fine arts in scenic design from UNC School of the Arts. The change from visual art to theatre art isn’t so dramatic for Mellema. He sees scenic design as a form of installation art, something to be experienced rather than simply viewed. And his scenery reflects that approach, playing with shape, color and layers in ways that suggest rather than define. “He considers perspective, color and lighting in a distinctive and non-traditional way,” says director Rachel Klem, who worked with Mellema on University Theatre’s Macbeth and Fallen Angels. That approach might have faced resistance a century ago, but Mellema says technology has changed audiences’ expectations. “It used to be that theatre in general was about re-creation of reality,” he says. “But now we don’t need that. We have that every day on our television, right? … So, by nature, theatre has had to evolve out of that and I think it has become a much more expressive medium now.” Today’s scenic designs are not without their mandates – a door here, a table there. But outside of that, Mellema says, it’s all about reading between the lines of a script to get at the heart of what’s happening.


Clockwise from top left: Jayme Mellema at the drafting table; 1/4” color model of the set for “Burn This” by Lanford Wilson; 1/4” color model of the set for “Six Characters in Search of an Author” by Luigi Pirandello; 1/4” color model/computer rendering of the set for “Company” by Stephen Sondheim, Guilford College, 2011.

“I’m designing from the perspective of, ‘How can this space and this location express what’s going on thematically with the story? What are the characters feeling? Is this their space or is the space interacting with them? Is it confirming what they’re feeling or is it fighting with what they’re feeling?’ ” Mellema’s designs so impressed Jack Zerbe, a theatre instructor and director at Greensboro’s Guilford College, that he tried for years to work with Mellema before finally hiring him for Sondheim’s Company in 2011. “The artistic process with Jayme is equal parts precise analysis and joyful exploration using a wide-ranging imagination,” says Zerbe, who was first sold on Mellema after seeing his designs for Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, one of a range of theatres on a resume that also includes Duke University, North Carolina Black Repertory Company, A.J. Fletcher Opera Institute, Summer Performance Festival at Festival Park in Manteo, North Shore Music Theatre in Massachusetts, and the Princeton Festival in New Jersey, in addition to his full-time work as scenic designer for University Theatre since 2009. “He takes great care to investigate and respect the original text on which a production is based but never lets his vision be fettered by the traditional assumptions of previous productions,” Zerbe says. “The result is a fresh



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approach that uses color and shape with extraordinary skill, helping audiences reconnect in deep ways with a story’s power.” Mellema has been working on Alice for more than a year, massaging the episodic story into a cohesive script and brainstorming how best to tackle its dramatic shifts of environment and proportion. “It sounds like this giant monster, and I guess maybe it is,” he says. “But I think it’s going to be really cool. And hopefully it will get people to look at theatre in a different way.” Orla Swift was a theatre critic and arts reporter at the News & Observer and other newspapers for 20 years, and is now director of marketing and communications at Sarah P. Duke Gardens. »

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Good Stewards


by Owen Cordle

Change the last letter from “t” to “d” in the name of the theatre where North Carolina State University has been presenting jazz since 1973 and you have the philosophy of its programming. Stewart Theatre has, indeed, been a good “steward” of jazz. Big names, salt-of-the-earth journeymen (and -women), foreign stars, fast-rising newcomers, and the elite of jazz singers have appeared here. Echoes of their performances resound with mainstream jazz values: swing, tell a story, quote the elders (in your own way, of course), respect the audience, keep it fresh.

notes vaporizing into the microphone like trumpeter Miles Davis playing a muted ballad. Remarkable. Carter, another bebopper, sang “When It’s Sleepy Time Down South,” and near the end held a long note that hovered between pitches. A wrong note, you thought, but then her accompanying trio seemed to bend right around it and resolve it – a jazz example of mind over matter. Nascimento’s concert resembled a travelogue in sunny tones, the lilt of the Portuguese language a natural melody.

Trumpeter Wynton Marsalis, who had arrived on the scene in 1980 and redirected jazz from the stylistic and sonic compromises of the late ‘60s This is not to say that Stewart Theatre’s programmers stuck to a particular and ‘70s back to its acoustic roots, finally arrived at Stewart in April 1990. era or style. Far from it, as performers as different as New Orleans’ His sextet spanned several eras of jazz history, from early New Orleans Preservation Hall Jazz Band; veteran entertainer Cab Calloway (who had polyphony to bebop. Brother Branford Marsalis had appeared at Stewart been the opening act for Raleigh’s newly constructed Memorial Auditorium six months earlier and was still finding his way but heavily influenced by in 1932); the Woody Herman big band; trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie; singer the late Hamlet-born tenor Betty Carter; the Turtle Island and soprano saxophonist String Quartet; Brazilian singer, John Coltrane. Elvin Jones, songwriter and guitarist Milton For forty years – a milestone – Stewart Theatre has been the Coltrane Quartet’s Nascimento; tenor saxophone drummer, performed at giant Sonny Rollins; the a testimony to the strength and durability of the music, Stewart in October 1992, diminutive, dynamic Japanese the discernment and stewardship of its programmers, with saxophonist Ravi pianist Hiromi; and bassist and (son of John) Coltrane vocalist Esperanza Spalding and the trust and support of the audience. as a member of his Jazz illustrate. Except for a brief Machine, a sextet. The way trendy period in the mid- to Jones flowed over his drum late-’70s, Stewart rarely featured set with such sweet thunder was not the near-violent scene you imagined jazz-rock (aka “fusion,” “crossover,” or “contemporary jazz”). As for avant when you heard him on records. garde jazz, a 1991 appearance by the World Saxophone Quartet sums it up. (No indictment of these genres is intended.) Another titan, Sonny Rollins had appeared at Stewart earlier in ‘92. You could feel the pugilistic rhythmic momentum in everything he The Stewart Theatre jazz series kicked off September 16, 1973 with vibist played. It was classic Rollins. Then, in 1994, Joe Henderson, another tough Lionel Hampton’s band, followed over the next four months by guitarist tenor, came to town with bassist George Mraz and drummer Al Foster – Charlie Byrd (already endeared to Raleigh fans from his performances at a performance that arguably matched that of Rollins. The series continued the city’s Frog and Nightgown nightclub), the St. Louis Jazz Quartet, and with other knockouts: tenor saxophonist Joe Lovano, Greenville-born local pianist and vibist Dave Mauney’s quartet with vocalist Carol Sloane. pianist Billy Taylor (with the charismatic drummer Winard Harper), (Sloane, also a Raleigh favorite and Frog and Nightgown habitué, lived in ever-sensual singer Dee Dee Bridgewater, the almost shy singer and the Triangle during most of the ‘70s and into the mid-’80s.) pianist Patricia Barber, the pyrotechnical duo of Hiromi and bassist Early autumn of 1974 brought the Woody Herman band to Stewart for the Stanley Clarke.... first of its three appearances here. Next came the theatre’s first international For forty years – a milestone – Stewart Theatre has been a testimony to the stars, British singer and actress Cleo Laine, noted for her spectacular high strength and durability of the music, the discernment and stewardship of range, and bandleader John Dankworth, her husband. The Dankworths its programmers, and the trust and support of the audience. would return in 1976, ‘82, and ‘99. In April 1975, pianist Marian McPartland, another Raleigh favorite with a Frog and Nightgown connection, performed Owen Cordle (’68 Geological Engineering) is an engineer by day and jazz four nights at Stewart and in local schools during the day. cat by night. He writes about jazz for the News & Observer, reviews albums for JazzTimes, and plays saxophone with The Moonlighters and the Raleigh Trumpeter Donald Byrd and the Blackbyrds were the first contemporary Jazz Orchestra. » jazz group to appear at Stewart, in 1976. Subsequent performances by flutists Herbie Mann, Bobbi Humphrey, and Tim Weisberg; trumpeters Freddie Hubbard and Chuck Mangione; tenor saxophonist Stanley Turrentine; and To see a full list of jazz artists vibist Roy Ayers’ Ubiquity also stretched the traditions of jazz. Beginning in the late 1980s, the Stewart Theatre series hit a fruitful stretch featuring singers: Bobby McFerrin and Sheila Jordan in 1988, Shirley Horn in 1989, Betty Carter in 1991, Milton Nascimento in 1992 and Flora Purim in 1994. Jordan, a child of the bebop era, sang, among others, a mesmerizing “I’m a Fool to Want You,” with all her dark, low

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ARTS NC STATE celebrates the

125th anniversary of NC State University

North Carolina State University was founded in 1887 to fulfill the land-grant university mission: opening the doors of higher education to the citizens of North Carolina. Since then, NC State has grown into one of the nation’s top research institutions, becoming an engine for educational innovation and economic growth.


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NC State: Then & Now


A photo exhibition of works by Gary Knight and Jeannene Lang Through October 3, 2012 | The Crafts Center Crafts Center instructors Gary Knight and Jeannene Lang share a special photographic project that captures the spirit of NC State, both yesteryear and today.

Carillon Concert


Tiffany Ng, guest artist Saturday, October 13, 2012 at 2pm | The Belltower To celebrate the restoration of NC State’s Memorial Tower carillon, as well as NC State’s 125th anniversary, join us for a free concert on the grounds of the Belltower. The performer will be Tiffany Ng, who serves as associate carillonist at the University of California, Berkeley, where she is a Ph.D. student in Musicology and New Media.

What We Wore 125 Years of Fashion, Music, Achievement and Change! Saturday, October 13, 2012 at 7:30pm Sunday, October 14, 2012 at 2pm | Titmus Theatre The contemporary culture of any given era has always been eloquently represented by the clothing people wore. This fast-paced revue explores all aspects of clothing during the 125 years of NC State’s existence and how it reflected the surging forward of society during this exciting time. Vignettes of dance, music and movement will illustrate everything affecting the clothing choices and changing styles of “what we wore,” from the bustle era right up to today’s eclectic bonanza of flamboyant and elegant design.

Art Outside the Box at the future Gregg Museum


Sunday, October 28, 2012, 12-4pm | 1903 Hillsborough Street A free, festive gathering of artists and musicians at the historic Chancellor’s Residence, the future home of the Gregg Museum of Art & Design.

Music from the Founding Year Raleigh Civic Symphony Sunday, November 18, 2012 at 4pm | Stewart Theatre This concert will celebrate NC State’s 125th anniversary with music composed at the time the university was founded. The program will include Mahler's Songs of a Wayfarer (Karen Friedman, soloist), Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherazade, and Festival Overture on the American National Air “The Star Spangled Banner” by Dudley Buck.

A Quasquicentennial Celebration! 125 Years of Holidays at NC State Friday, November 30, 2012 at 7pm | Stewart Theatre Join us for a festive celebration of NC State’s 125th holiday season. Share songs, stories and memories of this wonderful time of year, with performances by guest vocalists, University Theatre students, the NC State Jazz Ensemble, Grains of Time, and Pipes & Drums. The evening will conclude with a special performance of John Rutter’s magnificent Gloria, featuring the State Chorale, with brass, percussion and organ accompaniment.

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Please join us for ART OUTSIDE THE BOX at the future Gregg Museum! This free, festive gathering of artists, musicians and refreshments takes place on Sunday, October 28, 12-4pm, at 1903 Hillsborough Street.

The Gregg Museum of Art & Design Finds a New Home… The Gregg Museum of Art & Design, NC State University’s collecting and exhibiting art museum, has found a new home for its diverse collection of 25,000 objects, its thought-provoking rotating exhibitions, and its various education and public programs. The historic chancellor’s residence at 1903 Hillsborough Street in Raleigh will be the site of the new Gregg, forming the apex of a campus and community arts complex that will include Pullen Arts Center and Theatre in the Park.

What is the Gregg Museum Campaign?

How can I help?

The Gregg Museum Campaign must raise funds in order to renovate the historic residence and build the museum’s addition. NC State University demonstrated its commitment to the new museum by funding half of the project’s total cost of $7.5 million and now the remaining funds must be privately raised.

You are welcome to visit the site of the future Gregg Museum to learn more about this exciting project! In the meantime, visit to learn more about the Gregg Museum Campaign. There you will find information on the following giving levels:

When will the new Gregg open? The Gregg Museum Campaign is underway now! Once we reach our goal, we can break ground and begin renovations of the historic chancellor’s residence and construction of the contemporary addition.

» Naming opportunity levels (with individual donor plaque recognition): $25,000+ » Founding Friends level (with comprehensive donor plaque recognition): $5,000 - $25,000 » Gifts of all levels are welcome! Contact Nicole Peterson at 919-513-1337 or to schedule a visit or with any questions.

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FALL 2012 HIGHLIGHTS Please see the calendar on page 5 for a full list of ARTS NC STATE performances and exhibitions. Arts events related to the 125th Anniversary of NC State University are highlighted on page 13.

Connecting Crossroads in North Carolina

Don’t miss the final (for now, anyway) Center Stage concert in Stewart Theatre on Saturday, November 17th. Violinist and composer Daniel Bernard Roumain (aka DBR), a longtime favorite of NC State audiences, is renowned for seamlessly blending funk, rock, hip-hop and classical music. DBR joins forces with acclaimed North Carolina singer/songwriter Laurelyn Dossett for a tour of their new album, THE COLLIDE, a collection of songs inspired by the people and places of North Carolina. Following the concert, there will be an onstage “farewell to Stewart” celebration (tickets to the party will be limited, so please buy early). And in case you were wondering – yes – the tour photos were shot in NC State’s Free Expression Tunnel.

Renée Stout | SPIRIT – FIRE – SHAKE!

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The Capitol Steps Saturday, September 15, 2012 at 4pm & 8pm | Stewart Theatre For over thirty years, the Capitol Steps have been putting politics and scandal to music. They began when Reagan was president and ketchup was a vegetable. The Steps are the premiere political comedy troupe in the nation, and the only group in Washington that attempts to be funnier than the Congress.

Dr. Laith Ulaby: Music and the Arab Spring

Art Without Artists

Friday, September 21, 2012 at 7pm | Kennedy-McIlwee Studio Theatre Laith Ulaby, a specialist in the music traditions of the Arab Persian Gulf, completed his Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology at UCLA in 2008. He has conducted research in many Arabic speaking countries including Syria, Egypt, Morocco and Yemen. Dr. Ulaby has a wide range of theoretical interests such as cultural policy, performance context, and music in urban spaces.

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels Wednesday, September 26-Sunday, September 30, 2012 Evening shows at 7:30pm, Sunday matinee at 2pm | Stewart Theatre Is there room for two con men to fleece the rich ladies of the French Riviera? The sophisticated Lawrence Jameson and small-time crook Freddy Benson disastrously attempt a partnership, and find out quickly that the small French town isn’t big enough for the two of them. They make an agreement: the first one to extract $50 grand from heiress Christine Colgate wins and the other must leave town. A hilarious battle of cons ensues that keeps audiences laughing, humming and guessing to the end!

Art Without Artists September 27-December 16, 2012 | Gregg Museum of Art & Design Combining things like anonymous snapshots, bullet-riddled deer crossing signs, industrial tools that might pass for contemporary masterpieces, and quirky transformational objects that may be natural, found, or completely accidental, Art Without Artists probes whether art exists only in the eye of the beholder or remains forever stranded in some Twilight Zone between intention and chance. Opening reception: Thursday, September 27, 6-8pm

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Spirit – Fire – Shake! Focal objects by Renée Stout, Kevin Sampson and Odinga Tyehimba September 27-December 16, 2012 | Gregg Museum of Art & Design This exhibition features works by three African American artists that evoke shrines and altars, but are perhaps best described as “focal objects,” a term Tibetan Buddhists use to refer to physical things that encourage spiritual concentration. Opening reception: Thursday, September 27, 6-8pm

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Dance Program

FALL 2012 HIGHLIGHTS Continued…

Twenty Twenty featuring Nicholas Leichter and Bryan Strimpel Kathy Mattea

Friday & Saturday, September 28 & 29, 2012 at 8pm | Titmus Theatre Two exceptional dancers perform a new work that explores the dynamics of age, race, sexuality, and performance personae. Twenty Twenty is an exhilarating duet that reveals how Leichter, who is African American and almost 40, and Strimpel, who is white and just turned 22, can be polar opposites in so many ways – but are in complete sync as dancers and artists. Featuring a mixtape of some of the most soulful, experimental, and popular music of the late 20th and early 21st centuries, Twenty Twenty will be a dance and music feast – rich, lush, powerful, brave, vulnerable, human and hot!

Woodturning with Al Stirt Thursday, October 11, 2012 at 7pm | The Crafts Center In conjunction with a weekend workshop presented by the Woodturners Guild of North Carolina, all are invited to a free woodturning demonstration by world-renowned turner Al Stirt of Enosburg Falls, Vermont. Having turned professionally for over 40 years, Stirt has been instrumental in the resurgence of woodturning in the United States.

Parsons Dance Friday, October 12, 2012 at 8pm | Stewart Theatre

Dr. Olga Kleiankina

The sexy athleticism, exuberant personality and joyous movement of Parsons Dance have made them one of the hottest tickets in American dance. Hailed as one of the greatest choreographers of his generation, David Parsons is a former leading dancer with the Paul Taylor Dance Company. His work is witty, energetic, and highly accessible. The performance will feature both new works and classics, including Parsons’ spectacular audience favorite, Caught.

NCSU Pipes & Drums Saturday, November 3, 2012 at 7pm | Stewart Theatre Continuing a tradition since 1968, the Pipes & Drums perform for festivals, parades, conventions and Celtic events throughout the area. This will be their last Stewart Theatre concert before Talley Student Center closes for renovations.

Dance Program Fall Concert Thursday & Friday, November 8 & 9, 2012 at 8pm | Stewart Theatre The Dance Program Fall Concert showcases the Movement Studies Project (an annual teacher-guided, student-choreographed, collaborative project) and the choreography of current students who create work through independent study. Selections from the Panoramic Dance Project and the Professional Projects Program are also presented on the Fall Concert, including the work of invited alumni.

Low and Lower Friday, November 9, 2012 at 7pm | Kennedy-McIlwee Studio Theatre Cellist Brooks Whitehouse and Bassist Paul Sharpe are Low and Lower, America’s #1 selling Cello Bass duo. This ensemble’s performances are a mash-up of artistry, virtuosity and comic relief. Low and Lower has developed a whole new genre in answer to the question, “Cello and bass... Seriously?”

Kathy Mattea Saturday, November 10, 2012 at 8pm | Stewart Theatre Long known as an impeccable songcatcher, Kathy Mattea’s albums are woven through with bluegrass, gospel and Celtic influences. The unmistakable voice of this Grammy Award-winner explores music’s most basic human essence through timeless melodies and uplifting narratives. In September 2012, she released her latest album, Calling Me Home, a journey through Appalachia and its amazing musical tradition.

ARTS NC STATE Welcomes dr. mike mullen

Dr. Olga Kleiankina, Piano Faculty Recital Sunday, November 11, 2012 at 4pm | Stewart Theatre NC State’s acclaimed pianist will perform a recital titled Russian Music: From Mysticism to Lyricism. This concert will feature the works of Scriabin, Medtner and Rachmaninoff. All three began their professional musical journeys during the dynamic period of pre-revolution Russia at the Moscow Imperial Conservatory; yet, each followed a different path, and each presented a unique complexity of Russian culture through his music.

Alice in Wonderland Wednesday, November 14-Sunday, November 18, 2012 Wednesday, November 28-Sunday, December 2, 2012 | Titmus Theatre Evening shows at 7:30pm, Saturday and Sunday matinees at 2pm Combining live actors, puppetry, projection, music, sound and lighting, this classic tale comes to life with all the humorous favorite characters: The White Rabbit, the Mad Hatter, Tweedledee and Tweedledum, the Caterpillar, the Queen of Hearts, and of course, the Cheshire Cat! This unique adaptation is conceived, designed and directed by University Theatre’s scenic designer and UNC School of the Arts graduate Jayme Mellema. See page 6 to learn more about Jayme Mellema’s designs.

Holiday Crafts Fair & Sale Saturday, November 17, 2012, 10am-5pm | The Crafts Center Now in its 28th year, this very popular annual event features work by the Crafts Center’s own artists and craftspeople. Items available for sale include pottery, wood, jewelry, glass, painting, quilts, felting and photography.

Connecting Crossroads in North Carolina with Daniel Bernard Roumain (DBR) and Laurelyn Dossett Saturday, November 17, 2012 at 8pm | Stewart Theatre Last January, violinist and composer Daniel Bernard Roumain (DBR) and North Carolina singer/songwriter Laurelyn Dossett travelled from the mountains to the coast, meeting with folks in a variety of communities, seeking stories to inspire a new collection of musical works that reflect the people and places of North Carolina. This fall, there will be a series of seven concerts around the state called Connecting Crossroads in North Carolina, culminating in this performance in Stewart Theatre on November 17. »

At the beginning of the new fiscal year on July 1, ARTS NC STATE moved to a new home… and it has nothing to do with the construction you see outside of Talley Student Center. As part of NC State University’s strategic realignment, the new Division of Academic and Student Affairs was created through a merger of the academic and student affairs divisions. The former Division of Student Affairs has been the longtime home of the visual and performing arts programs at NC State. Dr. Michael D. Mullen, previously the associate provost for the Division of Undergraduate Education and dean of undergraduate studies at the University of Kentucky, was named vice chancellor and dean of the new division. “We’re excited to have Dr. Mullen joining the leadership team at NC State and heading the new Division of Academic and Student Affairs,” Provost Warwick Arden says. “He comes to us with considerable expertise, skill and a passion for student success. I am confident that the Division of Academic and Student Affairs will be in good hands with his leadership.” Mullen will oversee academic programs and services, ARTS NC STATE, campus life, and student development, health and wellness. “The creation of the Division of Academic and Student Affairs is recognition that student success is a function of the academic, cocurricular and personal success of the student. It was what attracted me to the position,” Mullen says. “I very much look forward to providing leadership for this division that serves all students in all facets of their lives as they pursue their goals.” This is actually a homecoming for Dr. Mullen: he earned his Ph.D. in soil science with a minor in microbiology from NC State in 1987. Mullen received his bachelor’s degree in natural resources and environmental science at Purdue University in 1981, and earned a master’s degree in soil science from Purdue in 1984. »

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student spotlight Performing Arts Awards With grant funding provided by the NC State Foundation, four outstanding students were selected to receive the 2011-12 Performing Artist and Creative Artist Awards.

2011-12 Performing Artist Awards

Dance: Hayley Dirscherl, Biomedical Engineering (graduate student) Music: Daniel Kim, Industrial Engineering & Biological Engineering Theatre: Robert Steinberg, Marketing with a Theatre minor The Performing Artist Award honors student performers in music, dance and theatre. This award is open to any current full-time NC State student enrolled in an ARTS NC STATE music, dance or theatre course and/or involved in an ARTS NC STATE Music Department, Dance Program, or University Theatre production or performance. The Performing Artist Award is chosen by adjudicating faculty. The winning performing artists each receive a $500 award and acknowledgement in the following year’s ARTS NC STATE playbill.

2011-12 Creative Artist Awards Theatre: Michael Seebold, English (World Literature) & Philosophy The Creative Artist Award recognizes original work in music, dance and theatre created by currently enrolled full-time NC State students. This award is not tied to enrollment or participation in the arts programs or courses at NC State. A committee of music, dance and theatre faculty reviews submissions made annually of original work and selects the Creative Artist(s). Each winning creative artist receives a $500 award and acknowledgement in the following year’s ARTS NC STATE playbill. A corresponding $1,000 grant is given to the appropriate ARTS NC STATE department to assist in producing the selected work in performances by the Music Department, Dance Program or University Theatre in the next academic year. Submission deadline for the 2012-2013 Creative Artist Award is noon on Wednesday, March 27, 2013. For more information, go to students, or contact ARTS NC STATE at 919-513-1800 or

Curricular Connections Guide The Curricular Connections Guide exists to integrate ARTS NC STATE programming into the university’s curriculum in appropriate and meaningful ways. The Arts Outreach staff produces this comprehensive guide each semester to identify specific course connections with all six ARTS NC STATE visual and performing arts programs. Started in 2004, the Curricular Connections Guide has served as a way for the arts programs to provide specific opportunities to faculty that allow for enhanced learning for their students. Examples of collaboration include



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artists leading a discussion or workshop in the classroom, students being welcomed into the Gregg Museum’s permanent collection for a behind the scenes tour, and faculty encouraging students to attend performances or exhibitions for extra credit or writing assignments. To see a copy of this semester’s Guide go to the ARTS NC STATE website at

The Arts Village The Arts Village is a Living and Learning Community on campus sponsored by ARTS NC STATE and University Housing. Located in Turlington Residence Hall, the Arts Village is home to 160 students who consider the arts an important part of their lives. The Arts Village has students from every undergraduate college on campus. Living and learning villages provide environments in which students can pursue their academic goals in close partnership with mentors, professors and others who share their same interests. In the Arts Village, students who share a passion for the arts have created a close-knit community of friends who encourage and support each other both academically and artistically. Just about any time of day (or night!), you can walk down the halls of Turlington and hear students running lines together for a play, rehearsing for a music ensemble, or eagerly planning to attend a performance or exhibition together. Contributing to the core arts experience for Arts Village students, ARTS NC STATE faculty and staff design unique educational programs for the students throughout the year. For more information about the Arts Village, contact Sharon Moore at

Student Art Purchase Since 2001, ARTS NC STATE has purchased original artwork of NC State students for permanent display on campus. A committee comprised of faculty, staff, students and local artists review the submitted work and choose the art to be purchased. In the twelve years that the Student Art Purchase has taken place, 106 pieces of student artwork have been purchased and are on display in the Talley Student Center, as well as Peele Hall, Witherspoon Student Center, and the College of Veterinary Medicine. The Student Art Purchase is open to any currently enrolled, full-time NC State student. The 2013 Student Art Purchase will be held on Tuesday, March 19, 2013. Find out more about entering a piece by visiting » Pictured above are details from four works purchased during the 2012 Student Art Purchase (L-R): Tilt! by Troy Calkins (chalk pastel, acrylic paints); Pins by Davis Choun (mixed media); Executive Space by Stephen Lindberg (mixed media); and Growth of Piranha Plants by Tony Hankerson, Jr. (watercolor).

IMPORTANT INFORMATION Ticket Central 919.515.1100 Talley Student Center, 2nd floor 12-6pm, Mon-Fri Ticket Central is your source for tickets to all ARTS NC STATE performances. Located in the 2nd floor lobby of the Talley Student Center, Ticket Central is open weekdays from 12-6pm during fall and spring academic semesters. On the evening of shows, Ticket Central remains open until the performance begins. Ticket Central opens 1½ hours before weekend performances. The box office in Thompson Hall opens 1 hour before the show. Hours vary during university holidays and over the summer. For your convenience, tickets may also be purchased online anytime at Discounts are available for current NC State students, faculty, staff, Centennial Campus affiliates and Encore members (current university ID required), FRIENDS of ARTS NC STATE ($100+ donation), members of the Parents & Families Association (Very Important Parent card required), and members of the NC State Alumni Association (membership card required). Discounts are also available for senior

citizens, non-NC State students, and groups. All discounts must be taken at time of purchase and may not be combined.

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Exchanges are available as a special benefit to Center Stage Create Your Own Series subscribers and University Theatre season subscribers only. Exchanges must be handled in person at the Ticket Central office during normal business hours, no later than 48 hours in advance of the performance date printed on your ticket. Tickets must be exchanged for a performance within the same series.

A Note to Parents

Refunds are not offered, except in the case of a cancelled performance. All events are subject to change.

Seating Policy Doors open approximately one-half hour before curtain time. As a courtesy to performers and audience members, latecomers will not be seated until a suitable pause in the performance. Please note that due to the configuration of the theatres in Thompson Hall, late seating for theatrical performances will not be available.

Cameras and recorders of any kind are not allowed. Cell phones must be silenced or turned off. No text messaging please, as it is distracting to your fellow audience members.

Parents should exercise discretion in deciding which events are appropriate for their children. Regardless of age, everyone must have a ticket. Please, no babes-in-arms.

Accessibility ARTS NC STATE performances, exhibitions and classes are accessible to people of all abilities. Ample wheelchair seating is available in all theatres. Large print programs, recorded playbill notes and sign-language interpreters are available on request (please provide Ticket Central with two weeks notice to allow time for an ASL interpreter to prepare). A text telephone is available in Ticket Central (919-515-7371). Stewart Theatre is equipped with an FM system for people who are hard of hearing (amplification and audio loop). The Thompson Hall theatres are equipped with an infrared assistive listening system. An onsite wheelchair, courtesy of Arts Access, is also available. With advance notice, we are eager to provide any other assistance needed.

Acknowledgements The price of your ticket covers only a portion of the cost of presenting ARTS NC STATE programs. Our primary financial support comes from the students of NC State University. Additional support is provided by grants and our generous donors. Please refer to the list of our donors beginning on page 18. This program book was not printed with stateappropriated funds.

PHOTO CREDITS: (when available) PG 3: Roger Winstead (both images) PG 10: (Sloane) Eric Stephen Jacobs; (Taylor) Carol Weinberg; (Spalding) Johann Sauty PG 12-13: NC State University archival photo (NCSU Libraries Special Collections) and Gary D. Knight PG 16: Carolyn de Berry PG 17: (University Theatre) Ron Foreman PG 18: (Dance Program) The Right Image Photography; (Mattea) James Minchin PG 19: Roger Winstead (both images)

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DONORS ARTS NC STATE is grateful to our FRIENDS of ARTS NC STATE for their generous support. This list represents charitable contributions made between July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012. While we make every effort to be accurate and thorough, it is possible to accidentally omit or misspell a name. Please contact us at 919-515-6160 with any additions or corrections.

Visionary ($10,000 and above) R.A. Bryan Foundation, Inc. Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund ■ Dr. Roy Cromartie & Paul Fomberg Fox Family Foundation, Inc. Charles & Kathryn Green ■ ■ Drs. Norman & Gilda Greenberg Bernard & Patricia Hyman ■ Jerry & Nina Jackson ■ ■ Loomis Foundation Elizabeth Matheson Michael Busko & Joan Mills Busko/Mills Family Foundation, Inc. ■ ■ Mac & Lindsay Newsom ■ ■ ■ George Smedes Poyner Foundation Lew & Billie Rentel ■ Bing & Carol Sizemore ■ ■ Rebecca Thompson ■ Thomas & Kimberly Przybyl ■ The Titmus Foundation, Inc. ■ Caroline Hickman Vaughan ■ Randall & Susan Ward ■ Lane & Linda Wharton ■

Benefactor ($5,000-$9,999) Dr. Charles & JoAnne Dickinson The family of Nancy Gregg ■ Dr. Awatif E. Hassan ■ IBM Corporation Sara Lynn & K.D. Kennedy, Jr. ■ Christopher Leazer & Heath Ramsey ■ Gregor McElvogue Dr. Thomas & Judy Stafford ■ ■ ■ Dr. Michael Stoskopf & Dr. Suzanne Kennedy-Stoskopf ■ David S. Thompson York Properties, Inc. ■ ■ ■ G. Smedes & Rosemary York ■ ■ ■

Connoisseur ($2,500-$4,999) Bruce T. Brown Richard & Suzy Bryant ■ Thomas E. Cabaniss Capital Investment Group, Inc. ■ Clancy & Theys Construction Company Tim & Carroll Clancy Joan DeBruin ■ Lynn & Faye Eury Eugene & Vicky Langley ■ ■ Robert & Michelyn Masini, In memory of Toni Christine Masini ■ State Employees Combined Campaign Wells Fargo Foundation ■

Patron ($1,000-$2,499) Dorothy R. Adams Dr. Richard & Cynthia Bernhard James & Lee Black ■ Diane E. Boone Henry & Sory Bowers ■ ■ ■ Dr. Bruce & Kelly Branson Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro, Inc. Robert Cooper & Sharon Perry ■ Cynthia M. Gregg, MD: Facial Plastic Surgery Charles N. & E. Marian Dowsett Dr. Dearborn Edwards ■ ■ Ronald G. Ellis, Jr. ■ Emerge Fine Art Larry W. Ennis ■ ■ Zach Galifianakis Douglas & Rachel Galyon ■ ■ GE Foundation The Glenwood Agency/Ann-Cabell Baum Andersen & Bryan Andersen ■ Dr. James & Ann Goodnight ■ Dr. Roger & Susan Gregg ■



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Sponsor ($500-$999) Dr. Ernie & Beverly Alexander Chip & Lynn Andrews ■ Walter & Melissa Bartlett Allen & Corinne Barwick BB&T Insurance Services Linda Beck Robert & Mary-Charles Boyette ■ D. Mac & Sylvia Campbell Marvin & Mary Chaney Herb & Kathryn Council ■ Dr. Lucy C. Daniels ■ ■ Michael & Terry Davis William Ellenson & Dr. Kathleen R. Brown ■ ■ Greg & Julie Florin Eileen S. Goldgeier ■ Elizabeth Gregg Robert M. & Dorothy K. Gunn Kenneth E. & Kathy K. Hersey Sheila C. Holman Robert & Janet Howard ■ Dr. Louis & Dawn Hunt Lou Johanson ■ Haig Khachatoorian ■ ■ Ron & Herta Kirk G. Thomas Lee & Dr. Hiller A. Spires Rob Maddrey & Mark Tulbert Frank & Jo Ann Madren Peter & Missy Matrangola ■ ■ ■ Michael G. & Lisa Maza ■ ■ Arica N. McCord The Hon. Nancy McFarlane & Robert McFarlane ■ Mimi M. McKinney ■ ■ ■ Robert Hazelgrove & Daniel McLawhorn ■ Mu Beta Psi Craig McDuffie & Linda Noble David Nolte North Carolina Pottery Collector’s Guild Anne R. Packer Dr. Carol H. Rahmani


R. Stanhope pullen society The R. Stanhope Pullen Society was created in 1993 and recognizes alumni and friends who invest in the future of the university through any type of deferred gifts. ARTS NC STATE would like to recognize Pullen Society members who have designated support for our arts programs: Nancy C. Gregg Norman & Gilda Greenberg Glenn S. Harman Michael J. Holland Jack M. Hunter Bernard & Patricia Hyman Martha Keravuori

Charles & Virginia Ritchie ■ ■ Dr. Frank & Dudley Sargent SAS Institute Incorporated South Arts Dr. John L. & Emily Sprague David L. & Kay K. Stout David Hopp & Susan O. Straw H. Brad & Anna C. Sullivan Samuel T. & Joyce E. Terry George & Christina Thomas Dr. Joab L. & Marly D. Thomas ■ Eunice L. Toussaint ■ ■ Dr. Lawrence & Frances Twisdale Dr. Pascal & Patricia Udekwu Ronald Weathers & Mouzetta Zumwalt-Weathers ■ Tom & Lisa N. Weber Shannon E. White John C. & Helen S. Whitley Cody N. Williams George G. & Margo H. Williams Andy & Jennifer Willis ■ Butch & Brenda Wilson ■

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James & Eileen Lecce Sheila Lund N. Alexander Miller III Lew & Billie Rentel Banks & Louise Talley Caroline Hickman Vaughan David & Judiann Wilkinson

Robert & Claudia Kadis George & Debora Kaiser ■ Drs. Hans D. Kellner & Ruth V. Gross Martha N. Keravuori ■ ■ ■ Nevin Kessler & Mary Linda McBride ■ Chris & Maggie LaPlante ■ Dr. Hugh K. Leatherman, Jr. Charles & Wanda Leffler ■ George W. & Betty Anne Lennon Ben & Emily Link Kathryn Lundeen Richard & Carole Marcotte Charles A. & Marie P. Martin Joe & Mary Matza Katherine F. Mauney John & Nancy McIlwee Dr. Julie McVay ■ Moore & Van Allen PLLC ■ ■ N.C. Humanities Council ■ ■ Drs. Devin & Marsha Orgeron Daniel R. & Elizabeth G. Page Jon & Lingyun Parati John H. & Lynette S. Parker ■ ■ ■ Jerome P. & Rory M. Parnell Dr. Barbara M. Parramore ■ Matt & Nicole Peterson Stephen B. Popson Qualcomm Inc Dan C. & Lillie B. Ragan John & Sue Ramsay Robert G. Rankin IV Wade & Kathy Reece ■ Russell & Ruth H. Roberson Ronald B. & Gail Runyan Perry & Susan Safran Bill Savage & Mary Losik Dr. Roby B. & Amber S. Sawyers Dr. J. Mark & Leda Scearce Steven D. Schuster & Mary Anne Howard ■ ■ Barbara Lee Smith ■ Scotty Steele ■ ■ ■ Patrick Steele & Dr. Mary Paula Zaytoun Steele ■ Glenn L. Stewart ■ ■ Sandy & Carolyn Stidham ■ ■ Mark D. & Judith M. Strickland Mark B. & Kathlyn F. Sullivan ■ ■ Rodney Swink & Juanita Shearer-Swink Kyle & Kip Talhelm Tarheel Gem & Mineral Club Dr. Stephen D. Terry Dr. Paul & Holly Tesar Triangle Potters Guild Dr. William P. & Jane W. Tucker

■ Stafford Endowment for ARTS NC STATE Student Travel ■ Lynn Jones Ennis Memorial Fund ■ Nancy Carpenter Gregg Memorial Fund ■ Gregg Museum Campaign Harry C. & Delores C. Tune Kristopher & Nicole Tyra David & Josie Walker Drs. John N. & Terry C. Wall George & Patricia Wallace ■ Tom & Mary Ward David A. White & Janine B. LeBlanc ■ ■ Bud Whitmeyer & Rebecca Merrill Richard Wiersma Kenneth W. & June B. Winston Dr. Henry S. & Martha Zaytoun ■ Dr. James & Carol Zuiches ■

Contributor ($100-$249) Ms. Ellen B. Adelman Mark J. Spinello ■ ■ Lynn & Mary Aiken David & Diane Ailor Barry & Lynn Alexander ■ ■ Durwood Jones & Pamela Allen ■ ■ Alliance One International Jay Althouse & Sally Albrecht American Airlines, Inc. Andrew & Jeannette Ammons Donald Anderson & Melanie Shaffer Dr. Dudley B. & Lisa Anderson Dr. Warwick A. Arden & Dr. Barbara Loeffler ■ Claude Arnold Charlie & Sissy Ashby ■ ■ Rebecca Askew ■ ■ Thomas & Deborah Atkinson Drs. Mack & Shirley Bailey ■ William & Ruth Barnett ■ ■ Dr. Robert & Shirley Barnhardt ■ Graydon J. Bashioum Andrew & Sheila Beal Richard Bean & Annette Overton Clarence & Carol Beaver Elwood & Diane Becton ■ Charles & Mary Lou Bell Roger & Rhonda Berkowitz ■ ■ John & Julie Bezold Bart & Sue Bielawski John & Catherine Bishir ■ ■

Michael & Dr. Noni Bohonak Dale & Denia Bone Albert & Elizabeth Borden Jean Bowen Dr. S.R. & Jo Anna Boyette V.R. & Mary Brantley David & Shawn Brewster Dorothy Brown ■ Dr. Robert D. Brown Raymond A. & Kymbra Bryan Richard & Julia Bryant Scott & MaryBeth Carpenter ■ James & Susan Carter ■ ■ W. Robert Chapman & Mary Lovelock Janice Christensen Marion L. J. Church Carol D. Clark Scott Clay & Philippa Drewer Adam Compton Jonathan Conrad Council for Children’s Rights ■ ■ Gail Crozier CS Forester Benefits Group Thomas & Mary Cunningham Judy L. Curry Anne Dahle ■ ■ Phyllis C. Danby Ralph W. Daniel Bill & Betty Daniel Jo Lindy K. Daniels John R. Davis & Jean Laughlin-Davis James & Kathryn Deal Robert & Elizabeth Dean Virgil R. Dodson Duke Energy Foundation Jeff & Linsey Dyson Louis Early & Eleanor Johnson Dr. Risa S. Ellovich Marvin M. & Gail M. Everett Curtis & Barbara Freeze Dr. William C. & Ida H. Friday Drs. James & Mary Susan Fulghum Dr. Jack & Jen Fuller Dr. Jimmy D. & Doris Garlich

Kevin P. Gates Dr. Forrest & Evangeline Getzen Kenneth R. Gilland Thomas & Lorri Givens Glaxo Smith Kline Betty & Matthew Goodman Raymond H. & Susan G. Goodmon Dr. Chris & Odile Gould William & Erica Grantmyre Dr. Scott T. & Susan G. Gray Paul & Evelyn G. Green Dr. David B. Greene E. Shelton & Courtenay G. Griffin Joseph Hackley & Cynthia Clark Charles T. & Cheryl B. Hall ■ ■ Sarah B. Hanner ■ ■ Loren & Susan Harrell ■ Robert L. & Peggy L. Harris ■ ■ Wayne & Susan Harris Robert H. & Beverly N. Hartgrove Dr. Kerry S. Havner Edgar E. & Brenda H. Hedgecock Dr. John A. Heitmann, Jr. Kyle Held ■ Anderson C. Hensley Gregg Hilker ■ Robert Hill & Linda Balfour William M. & Billie L. Hodan Charles E. & Judith B. Holland David E. Horne James & Ann Horner ■ Dr. F.T. & Ginger Horton Robert J. & Caralyn M. House Gary Jacobson & Elizabeth Michaels John & Cathy Keane ■ ■ Thomas R. Kendig Ken & Meg Kennedy ■ John J. & Laura Kent James & Deborah Kessler Benjamin & Jean Kilgore Gary King & Joyce Watkins King Sonya Ko ■ ■ Dr. Thomas Koch Frank B. Konhaus

Barbara Kretzer Joe Layton & Sarah Roholt William B. & Deanna D. Lineback Ashleigh M. & Margaret P. Lucas Dr. Dan Lunney ■ Sam & Anne Mace John A. & Lucinda MacKethan Charlotte M. Martin Jack Martin Masco Corporation Dr. Blase E. Masini William F. & Sharon S. Massey Todd & Patty Mathes Donald Mathews & Betsy Buford ■ ■ Bob & Carol J. Mattocks Nancy R. McBride ■ ■ W. Elliott & Jennifer L. McCabe ■ ■ Douglas & Victoria McCrea Hal & Gilda McKinney Spencer & Ashley McKinstry Michael J. McLendon Brian L. & Konni A. McMurray Mike Merritt & Dr. Jayne Fleener David & Renee Metsch Microsoft Corporation Judge Burley & Lou Mitchell Henry & Helen Mitchell Betty Mittag Robert & Patricia Mohnal Dr. David & Karen Montgomery ■ Keith R. & Elizabeth N. Moore Matthew C. Moore James Wilson & Barbara H. Mulkey ■ Peter W. & Angelyn C. Murgas Wendell & Linda Murphy National Academy of Needlearts ■ ■ Lisa Navas Katherine L. Newsom ■ ■ Robert P. & Dr. Lauren B. Noble Norfolk Southern Corporation Thomas & Jennifer O’Brien Robert J. & Laurie J. O’Connor ■ ■ Ol’ North State Knitting Guild Dr. Michael R. & Mary Y. Overcash

NAMED SCHOLARSHIPS & ENDOWMENTS Endowments may be established with a minimum commitment of $15,000 and may honor or memorialize an individual or family member while supporting arts initiatives such as student scholarships, programmatic support, and collections. ABB Inc. Arts Outreach Endowment Judy C. Abee Marching Band Endowment Patricia H. Adams Scholarship Donald and Maryann Bitzer Theatre Achievement Awards Endowment Carey & Neita Bostian Music Endowment Henry & Sory Bowers Arts Endowment Bruce T. Brown Marching Band Endowment Charlotte V. Brown Museum Endowment Raymond A. Bryan, Jr. Jazz Endowment Curtis R. Craver Clarinet Scholarship Dr. Eloise A. Cofer Arts Endowment Mildred J. Davis Museum Endowment Annabelle Lundy Fetterman Symphony Concertmaster Endowment Fox Family Foundation Crafts Center Endowment John N. & Nancy C. Gregg Museum Endowment Dewey M. Griffith Marching Band Endowment

Dr. Frank M. Hammond Endowment for Musicianship & Outstanding Leadership Glenn S. Harman & Miriam Bailey Gardner Choral Accompanist Scholarship Endowment Glenn S. Harman & Kay Crawford Johnson Double-Reed Scholarship Endowment Amelia E. Hunter Choral Leadership Endowment ITG Norma Ausley Memorial Endowment The Lattice Endowment for the Performing Arts James and Eileen Lecce Ethnic Art Collection Endowment Sheila Margaret Lund Endowment Jim Marchman Marching Band Endowment Toni Christine Masini Memorial Scholarship John C. McIlwee Theatre Endowment John Menapace Photography Endowment N. Alexander Miller III Arts Endowment Sharon Herr Moore Center Stage Endowment NCSU Pipes and Drums Scholarship

Barbara G. & Hayne Palmour III Museum Endowment James M. Poyner Visiting Artist Endowment Kimberly Titmus Przybyl Music Endowment Lew & Billie Rentel ARTS NC STATE Scholarship Lew & Billie Rentel Museum Enhancement Endowment Lew & Billie Rentel Thompson Building Endowment Reynolds Music Performance Scholarship Alby Rose Marching Band Scholarship Stafford Endowment for ARTS NC STATE Student Travel Banks & Louise Talley Arts Endowment Banks C. Talley Jr. Arts Endowment for the Frank Thompson Building Brita M. Tate Memorial Endowment Martha Emerson Upchurch Performing Arts Endowment Wachovia Endowment for the Visual & Performing Arts Randall & Susan Ward Museum Endowment Dr. Elmer R. White Trumpet Scholarship Mary Lib Wood Endowment for the Visual & Performing Arts

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DONORS ■ Stafford Endowment for ARTS NC STATE Student Travel ■ Lynn Jones Ennis Memorial Fund ■ Nancy Carpenter Gregg Memorial Fund ■ Gregg Museum Campaign Greg Pahel & Janice Mrkonjic Dr. Sejal B. Parikh ■ Dr. Richard R. & Nell H. Patty Gregory Paul & Mary Hart-Paul Irvin & Ann Pearce Kenneth E. Peters & Michael C. Dawson Vicki & Charles Phaneuf Robert L. & Joanne L. Pilot Michael Poterala David & Luisa Price ■ Charles W. & Judith W. Proctor Billy & Cathy Rackley ■ Ralph Recchie Sylvia N. Redwine Mary Regan Dr. David A. & Mary M. Rendleman Jerry & Carole Rhodes Walter & Jean Richardson Mary J. Rivers RJ Reynolds Foundation Les & Robert Robinson Kimberly A. Rogers Suzanne M. Rose Stephen E. Rothrock & Karen Nickless Dr. Burton & Janice Russell John & Kelly Russell Dr. Richard & Jackie Saleeby Elizabeth A. Sall John & Ginger Sall Diego Sanchez & Allison Kaufman ■ ■ David & Beatrice Sanford ■ Bruce & Miriam Sauls Dr. Stephen & Nancy Schecter Gene R. & Maryann Schroeder Sarah Schroth David & Diana Sendall ■ ■ Joseph Shaffner & Anna Brita Tate Philip Shelton J. Frank & Rebecca H. Shipp Ann B. & Richard W. Shirk Scott H. Shore & Dr. Rebecca S. Boston Ken & Allison Sigmon William & Jennette Skinner Anthony K. & Marie W. Slater Dana L. Smith Gabriel D. Smith John K. Smith & Jean Troy-Smith ■ ■ Keller & Bennie Smith E. Randolph & Helen Snyder Dr. Daniel & Carolyn Solomon ■ Dr. Edward S. & Linda W. Stanton ■ ■ Jane S. Steele ■ ■ Anita L. Stejskal Warren & Debbie Stephenson Dr. Philip J. & Elise R. Stiles James L. & Catherine R. Stuart Jim & Mary A. Sullivan Suresh K. & Phoola O. Sus Edward C. & Dr. Janice C. Swab Suzanne Taylor ■ ■ Edward & C.J.B. Terrell Derek & Barbara Thompson ■ Joseph R. & Rebekah S. Thompson John C. & Gayla Todd Dr. Nadine F. Tope Peggy B. Tousignant ■ ■ Monte C. & P.D. Towe Triangle Basket Weavers W. Scott & Roslyn S. Troutman Truist Kimberly Tully John & Connie Turlington Twisted Threads Fiber Arts Guild United Way Tar River Region Robert W. Upchurch Dexter C. Vaughan Dr. Lona F. Voellinger ■ ■ The Hon. Anna M. Wagoner & E. William Wagoner Drs. Stephen A. & Charlotte V. Wainwright



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Dr. Frank & Judy Abrams Robert & Marilyn Aldridge Alison Allen ■ ■ Lauren E. Allison Paul Allred Jeffery & Kristine Alpi Jack Arnold & Robin Harris Andrew & Elizabeth Arrowood Garland & Charlene Askew ■ ■ ASPPA Benefits Council - Philadelphia ■ ■ Graham Auman Justin J. Autry Pat Bailey Charlotte Baker ■ ■ Mae Bell Jerry Bennett Richard & Julie Benson Dr. Anna Bigelow William & Brenda Boatwright Wanda Borrelli William & Millicent Britt Dawson Bruckman Jeffrey & Nancy Burgess Gregory Calabria Brian E. Campbell ■ Larry E. Campbell Hubert & Mary Carr Dr. Harvey Johnson Charlton Curtis & Maria Chi Church & Dwight Company Inc. Thomas & April Clark Chris Cline Kenneth & Sandra Close Christian Cobb John Connors & Mary Beth Tobin Larry G. & Karen C. Conrad ■ ■ ■ Jon & Ellie Cooke Trudy I. Cooper Terry & Nancy Cox Gregory & Martha Crampton ■ ■ Lee Crosby Rodney & Courtney Crosby Charles W. & Barbara S. Darden Fred B. Davenport, Jr. ■ ■ Charles W. Davies ■ ■ Tony Delmedico & Hope G. Panara Sam Dennis ■ Stephen W. & Martha Derbyshire ■ ■ H.E. & Karen Dickerson Meredith Dockery Timothy & Susan Doran Keith W. & Carol A. Douglas ■ ■ William H. & Jeanette S. Dove Dr. William M. Dunlap Tim J. Earley & Linda Loy Marjorie Eckels Daniel & Janet G. Edgerton Dr. James R. & Delores O. Edwards Dr. Eugene J. Eisen ■ Timur Ender


Charles R. & Anna S. Farinholt Dr. Richard Felder & Dr. Claudia Brent William Eugene Felker Teresa Ferlotti John Ferrante Dr. John A. & Jo Ann Fisher ■ ■ Robert E. Fite Dr. William L. & Heidi B. Fornes Dr. Tom F. & Janet Foster Bradley & Cheryl P. Francis Duff & Billie Freeman Sandy & Patricia Friedman David W. & Heather D. Frink Shayne C. Gad Robert N. & Brenda S. Garner Joseph S. & Susan H. Gentry ■ ■ Genworth Financial Maurice J. & Karen R. Gifford Joel Goodhart ■ ■ Sally M. Gorsline ■ ■ John & Gisela Grace Patsy Grainger Noel T. Griffin Matt Grzebien Donald & Joyce A. Gunter Dr. Patrick V. Gurgel & Dr. Gisele C. Passador-Gurgel Mary Guyett Dealis W. & Carol B. Gwyn Zachary Christian Hall Richard B. & Alice C. Hardy Eva Hardy Vicki Hare David L. & Kathy R. Harris Sherri Harris ■ ■ George Scott Heath ■ Betty H. Henderson ■ ■ Jim Herrington Bill Hickman & Pat Hall Dennis T. & Susan B. Hight Joe L. & Anna Ball Hodge William E. Holman & Stephanie Bass David Henry Hook ■ Dr. Larry C. & Kimberly L. Hovis James W. & Bianca Howard Dr. Ann Howe Leslie R. Hoying ■ ■ James E. Hudgins, Jr. Leta F. Huntsinger John E. & Amy R. Huss Martin G. & Sarah G. Hyatt W. Scott & Jennifer M. Irvin ■ ■ Dr. Everette James & Nancy J. Farmer John L. & Virginia M. Jernigan Anton & Maria E. Jetten Adrian A. & Avis C. Jones Terry H. & Joyce C. Jones ■ ■ Thomas B. & Kay S. Jones ■ ■ Lynne K. Kane Sarah Keener ■ Kevin Kennedy Cyrus & Carolyn King ■ William L. Kiser Charles F. Kleeberg Dr. Olga A. Kleiankina Gary & Suzanne Krill John G. Lafratta Edward & Elinor Le Claire Dr. John K. Lee Cynthia L. Lee ■ ■ Dr. William D. & Colleen H. Lee B. Frank Lewis R. Cory Livengood ■ Dorothy B. Love Drs. Paul & Kathy Lunn Kent Lyle Lori I. Lynn Alan Maloney James A. & Debbie Maness Roger Manley & Theadora Brack ■

Robert E. & Roselle E. Margolis Granger & Carolynn Marley ■ ■ Agnes F. Marshall ■ ■ Nicholas & Carrie Martinelli ■ Amy McDonald Dr. Peter E. McElligott A. Sherri McGee ■ ■ Mark B. McNeill Joseph H. Meadows, Jr. Katherine Meares Lorraine Mercer Claire Meyerhoff ■ Lindsey & Sharon Moore T. Edwin Moore Dr. James L. & Elizabeth J. Mostrom Jane B. Murphy Drs. Paul & Rebeca Nagy Dr. Willard W. & Joan M. Neel Dr. Juliana Makuchi Nfah-Abbenyi David R. & Jayne C. Nimocks Sally Noble NC Museum Art Foundation, Inc. ■ ■ North Carolina Senior Games, Inc ■ ■ Thomas W. O’Brien Dr. Janice E. Odom ■ Dr. Barry and Lois Ostrow Jim & Shirley Overcash Lindsay C. & Alison S. Overton ■ ■ William & Martha Pahl ■ ■ Knowles R. Parker Michael Parker & Ann Cowperthwaite Maurice W. Partin, Jr. Will & Amanda Patnaud R. Andrew Payne Alan H. Peterson & Priscilla S. Kistler ■ ■ Martha B. Petty Robert & Julie Pfund Thomas A. Phillips David Pittman Lane C. & Merry W. Price Will Pridgen ■ Dr. Lee T. & Sallie G. Quick Raleigh Fine Arts Society Inc ■ ■ ■ J. Er & Catherine B. Ralston M. Scott & Charlotte Rankin Katharine L. Reid Philip E. & Clara K. Richardson Colonel Charles A. Riedell Mary P. Roberts Dr. Michael L. & Elizabeth F. Ross George & Jane Rudisill ■ ■ William & Layla T. Santa Rosa Maurice C. & Jacqueline A. Sardi ■ ■ Dr. Charles & Mary Scarantino Mary Ann Scherr Nancy H. Scheunemann Robert & Molly Schneider Ron Schrock Susan Scott ■ Dr. Leon & Lois Semke Brian Shawcroft Robert D. & Connie C. Shertz ■ ■ Michael J. Shiver Drs. Gerald B. & Mary H. Sibrack Dr. E. Max & Dorothy Sink Eric Smith & Cynthia Holding-Smith Ryan & Kathryn K. Snead Ruth L. Speece Greta Speer Thomas Spleth & Jean McLaughlin Stanley R. Stager, III George M. & Karin H. Stephens Dr. Irwin Stern Kristine Stiles Priscilla Swindel P.J. Teal ■ Anne Wall Thomas Anne Tomins Julie Tomlin ■ Carol A. Toomajian

Friends of ARTS NC STATE Become a friend! Douglas & Cynthia Tudor Henry A. & Elizabeth H. Turlington The Rev. Roy L. & Cynthia S. Vestal Jennifer L. Viets Justin & Ann Marie Waller Tony H. & Angie C. Whitley Amanda A. Willis Adria Wilson ■ Deborah M. Wilson Barbara Wishy Troy & Leigh Wojcik Barry C. & Carmen T. Wood Frederick P. & Elaine Wooten Wood ■ ■ John M. Woodell & Michelle D. Prysby Louise J. Wurst Charles G. Zug, III

YOUR gift will… INTRODUCE the arts to thousands of NC State students ENRICH the cultural landscape of your community SUPPORT all six visual and performing arts programs OR the program(s) of your choice

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GIVE TODAY! Call 919.515.6160 or visit

Christian Cobb Granger & Carolynn Marley Dr. Banks & Louise Talley

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Patron ($1,000-$2,499) Carson Boone Luzette C. Brown Bob and Beth Dixson Ronald & Mary Falciani Harvey & Jane Goldman Charles & Kathryn Green Drs. Norman & Gilda Greenberg Bernard & Patricia Hyman Bea Spielman Caroline Hickman Vaughan Watered Garden Florist

Sponsor ($500-$999) Roger & Rhoda Berkowitz Cronin Byrd Dr. James W. Clark, Jr. Kevin Coleman Kevin Cummings John P. Ferguson Robert & Pickett Guthrie Richard V. Hanson Robert Hoffert Lie-Nielsen Toolworks, Inc. Harriett Page Sandy Porter Jennifer Rienfenberg Dr. Robert & Mary Rollins Lynne Taylor-Corbett Theo Davis Printing Marilyn Woo Carolyn Wyland

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Contributor ($100-$249) Gerry Aquadro Susan Brandeis Virginia Brogden Bob Brown Judith A. Brown Catherine J. Burton Michael A. Giaquinto Verne & Barbara Ingersoll Pat A. Light John & Barbara McGeachy Marina M. Robinson William & Kathleen Stewart

Supporter ($50-$99) Lynne Guglielmi Barbour Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer Dr. Patricia Troyer

AUCTION DONORS ARTS NC STATE thanks the many individuals, businesses and organizations that donated items for the live and silent auctions at the 2012 Celebrate! ARTS NC STATE Gala. American Dance Festival Anonymous The ArtsCenter Claire Ashby Anne Atkinson Atlantic Mulch & Erosion Control, Inc. Adam Attarian Laura Azzi Watercolors Gaines Bailey Bailey’s Fine Jewelry Donna Barnack Susan Dahlin Bashford BB&T Insurance Services Beleza, A Fair Trade Boutique Donna Belt The Borough Suzy & Richard Bryant Johnny Burleson & Walter Clark Carolina Ballet Carolina Brewers Guild Carolina Hurricanes

Sarah Cawn NCSU Center Stage Chapel Hill Restaurant Group Jean Cheely Kathryn Council The Crafts Center Jason Craighead Davenport @ Five Points Deep Dish Theatre The Durham Bulls/Jim Goodmon Dan Dye Sue Edmondson JP Edwards/JP Edwards Art Hayley Sizemore/Emerge Fine Art Empire Eats Betty Fetvedt John Fetvedt Patrick J. FitzGerald Amy Flynn Designs Dr. Edward T. Funkhouser Grains of Time Danene Groenke Charlotte Guice Abie Harris Al Headen Mark Hewitt/W. M. Hewitt Pottery Anna Ball Hodge Humble Pie Nina Jackson Lillian Jones Justice Theatre Project George & Debora Kaiser Donna Kanich Cathy Keith Kenzania/Margie Springer Joyce Watkins King Meredith Kittrell Ladies in Red Vicky Langley The Little German Band and Dancers Lonnie Poole Golf Course Linda Marcuson Randall Marcuson Massage Envy The Hon. Nancy L. McFarlane MulchMan The Museum Spa Music Department

Nasher Museum of Art NC State Alumni Association NC State Athletics NC State University Office of the Chancellor NC State University Office of Finance and Business NC State University Office of Gift Planning NC State University Pipes and Dums Carol Fountain Nix North Carolina Symphony North Carolina Theatre O2 Fitness Ben Owen III/Ben Owen Pottery John Pagliuca R. Andrew Payne Jane Walker Payne Sherri Pekks Charlene Poisel Raleigh Little Theatre Heath Ramsey Kathy Myers Reece Sara Reichle Jess Rotenberg Photography The Roundabout Art Collective Rowdy & Lacy Daniel Salo David Sanford Mary Ann Scherr Carol & Bing Sizemore Barbara Lee Smith Special Projects, LLC Dr. Hiller Spires Emily & John Sprague Judy & Tom Stafford The State Club Stitch/Holly Aiken Tarheel Foodie/Susan Sink Yuko Nogami Taylor S. Tector Metals/Sarah Tector The Umstead Hotel and Spa University Theatre Bill Wallace Katy Walls Linda Watson/Cook for Good Cheryl Weisz Jo Ellen Westmoreland Bud Whitmeyer & Rebecca Merrill Jack Williams Susan Woodson Zely & Ritz

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Late night dining

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Near Campus Downtown

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Cameron Village Glenwood South

As a service to our patrons, we offer these suggestions of local restaurants with late night hours. NOTE: the only nights listed are those for when the establishment is open until at least 11pm. These are published hours as of August 2012; we encourage you to call ahead to confirm.

■ Cantina 18

■ Irregardless Café

■ The Raleigh Times Bar

■ Capital Club 16

■ Krispy Kreme

■ The Remedy Diner

■ 42nd Street Oyster Bar

■ Chuck’s

237 S Wilmington St | 322-0216 Thur-Sat 12am

■ Mellow Mushroom Pizza

■ Sitti

■ David’s Dumpling & Noodle Bar

■ Mitch’s Tavern

2426 Hillsborough St | 821-7771 Daily until 12am

■ Sugarland 2031 Cameron St | 835-2100 Fri-Sat 11pm

■ Draft Raleigh

■ MoJoe’s Burger Joint

■ Tir na nÓg Irish Pub

■ Five Star Restaurant

■ Natty Greene’s

508 West Jones St | 831-2811 Mon-Thur 11pm, Fri-Sat 1am

■ Babylon

309 N Dawson St | 838-8595 Fri-Sat 2am

■ Beasley’s Chicken+Honey

200 S Wilmington St | 322-0127 Thur-Sat 12am

■ Boylan Bridge Brewpub

201 S Boylan Ave | 803-8927 Mon-Sat 12am, Sun 11pm

■ The Borough

317 West Morgan St | 832-8433 Daily until 2am

■ Busy Bee Café

225 South Wilmington St | 424-7817 Daily until 2am

■ Café Caturra

432 Woodburn Rd | 835-9463 Fri-Sat 11pm

■ Cameron Bar & Grill

2018 Clark Ave | 755-2231 Thur-Sat 12am

433 Daniels St | 835-9911 Fri-Sat 11pm

16 W Martin St | 747-9345 Thur-Sat 11pm

1900 Hillsborough St | 239-4536 Fri-Sat 11pm

510 Glenwood Ave | 834-2955 Sun & Wed 12am, Thu-Sat 2am 511 West Hargett St | 833-3311 Daily until 12am

■ Flying Saucer

328 West Morgan St | 821-7468 Daily until 2am

■ Gravy

135 South Wilmington St | 896-8513 Fri-Sat 11pm

■ Hibernian Pub

311 Glenwood Ave | 833-2258 Daily until 2am

■ Humble Pie

317 S. Harrington St | 829-9222 Fri-Sat 12am

901 West Morgan St | 833-8898 Sat, 11pm 549 N. Person St | 833-3682 Daily until 12am, drive-thru 24/7 601 West Peace St | 832-3499 Fri-Sat 11:30pm

620 Glenwood Ave | 832-6799 Mon-Sat 1:30am, Sun 12am 505 W Jones St | 232-2477 Sun-Wed 12am, Thu-Sat 2am

■ The Oxford

319 Fayetteville St | 832-6622 Mon-Wed 12am,Thu-Sun 2am

■ Players Retreat

105 Oberlin Rd | 755-9589 Daily until 2am

■ Poole’s Downtown Diner

426 S McDowell St | 832-4477 Tue-Sat 2am

■ Porter’s City Tavern

2412 Hillsborough St | 821-2133 Fri-Sat 11pm

14 East Hargett St | 833-0999 Daily until 2am 137 East Hargett St | 835-3553 Fri-Sat 12am 137 South Wilmington St | 239-4070 Fri-Sat 12am

218 South Blount St | 833-7795 Mon-Tue 1am, Wed-Sat 2am, Sun 12am

■ Tobacco Road Sports Café

222 Glenwood Ave | 832-3688 Sun-Wed 12am, Thu-Sat 2am

■ Troy Mezze Lounge

317 Blake St | 834-8133 Tue-Sat 2am, Sun 12am

■ Tyler’s Taproom

18 Seaboard Ave | 322-0906 Daily until 2am

■ Village Draft House

428 Daniels St | 833-1373 Sun-Tue 12am, Wed-Sat 2am

■ Zely & Ritz

301 Glenwood Ave | 828-0018 Fri-Sat 11pm

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ARTS NC STATE Fall Program Book 2012  

The Fall issue of the Arts NC State program book.