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Sara Esty and Garen Scribner in An American in Paris.

Most Awarded New Musical of 2015 Comes to Charlotte An American in Paris announces casting for national tour


n American in Paris – the most awarded new musical of 2015 and winner of four Tony Awards® – will play the beautiful Belk Theater Jan. 10-15 as part of the 2016-2017 PNC Broadway Lights. Jerry Mulligan and Lise Dassin will be played by Garen Scribner and Sara Esty, who performed these leading roles on Broadway. Joining them are Etai Benson

Nick Spangler and the An American in Paris touring company.


(Wicked) as Adam Hochberg; Emily Ferranti (Wicked, Dreamgirls) as Milo Davenport; Gayton Scott (Gypsy, The Women) as Madame Baurel; and Nick Spangler (The Book of Mormon, Rogers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella) as Henri Baurel. Inspired by the Academy-Award winning film An American in Paris is the romantic story about an American soldier, a mysterious French girl and an indomitable European city, each yearning for a new beginning in the aftermath of war. Directed and choreographed by 2015 Tony Awardwinner Christopher Wheeldon, the show features the music and lyrics of George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin, and a book by Craig Lucas. An American in Paris won four 2015 Tony Awards, four Drama Desk Awards, four Outer Critics Circle Awards, the Drama League Award for Best Musical, three Fred See An American in Paris on Page 6 704.372.1000 |

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and Adele Astaire Awards, and two Theatre World Awards. The musical was included on the “year’s best” lists of The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Entertainment Weekly, The New Yorker, the Associated Press, The Hollywood Reporter and The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. The Masterworks Broadway Original Broadway Cast recording of An American in Paris was nominated for the Best Musical Theater Album Grammy Award. The score of An American in Paris includes the songs "I Got Rhythm," "Liza," "'S’Wonderful," "But Not For Me," "I'll Build a Stairway to Paradise," and orchestral music including "Concerto in F," "Second Prelude," "Second Rhapsody/Cuban Overture" and "An American in Paris." Don’t miss this breathtaking production in Charlotte.

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Opera Carolina

The Original Pretty Woman Opera Carolina stages La traviata in January


hat beloved movie follows this plot? Boy meets “working” girl. Boy saves girl from the streets. Boy falls for girl, but class differences threaten to tear them apart. Even based on that synopsis, you probably know it’s Pretty Woman. But long before the 1990 movie that made Julia Roberts famous, there was Verdi’s La traviata. In both the movie and the opera, an outside force tries to keep the lovers apart. In Pretty Woman, it’s Jason Alexander’s despicable character. In La traviata, the suitor’s father plays the bad guy. Violetta Valéry is La traviata’s glamorous Parisian courtesan. Like Vivian (Roberts’ character) Violetta meets a man of means who whisks her away from her old life. Society frowns on the matches, however, because neither Violetta nor Vivian were born into wealthy families. No wonder Vivian cries when Edward (Richard Gere) takes her to the opera – which is, of course, La traviata. She’s watching the opera on which the movie she’s in was based. How meta is that?

When Edward comes to Vivian’s apartment at the end of Pretty Woman to win her back, he’s blaring (what else?) a piece from La traviata from his limo. But La traviata is less of a fairy tale compared to its Hollywood remake. In Verdi’s grand opera, Violetta is gravely ill. Baz Luhrmann’s 2001 Moulin Rouge! – also a reconfiguring of Verdi’s work – stuck closer to the source. Satine, played by Nicole Kidman, is the beautiful courtesan with a fatal disease. Love always saves the day in Hollywood. But opera is more like real life. So prepare for a three-hanky finale when Opera Carolina brings La traviata to the stage. How real is opera? La traviata is based on a real love story. Marie Duplessis was a famously beautiful Parisian courtesan who died of tuberculosis at just 23. Clearly, her story is timeless. So is the music she inspired. In fact, the prelude to La traviata is featured in 50 Shades of Grey – the most contemporary of romances. La traviata – the story and the music – has influenced art and culture since its 1853 premiere. But there’s nothing like the original.

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Interesting Facts About Hypnotic Brass Ensemble

hat do you get when you combine seven brothers with incredible musical talent? You get Hypnotic Brass Ensemble – a family group consisting of seven blood brothers (half brothers and full brothers). They began their musical training at the ages 4 and 5 by their father, jazz trumpeter/ band leader Phil Cohran (Earth, Wind & Fire, Chaka Kahn, Sun Ra). The brothers went on to form the Phil Cohran Youth Ensemble in 1990 and toured the United States with Cohran. Later in 1999, the brothers formed their own group, Hypnotic Brass Ensemble. Here are some interesting facts about Hypnotic Brass Ensemble:


All seven brothers either play the trombone or trumpet, except for one brother who plays the baritone horn.


Each brother has a nickname in the group: Gabriel "Hudah" Hubert plays the trumpet, Saiph "Cid" Graves plays the trombone, Amal "Baji" Hubert plays the trumpet, Jafar Baji "Yoshi" Graves plays the trumpet and is the band leader, Seba "Clef" Graves plays the trombone, Tarik "Smoove" Graves plays the trumpet, and Uttama "Rocco" Hubert plays the baritone horn.



The sound of this group can be described as classic brass mixed with generous doses of hip-hop, soul and funk.


Originally from Chicago, this group has performed nationally and internationally at famous venues such as Jazz at Lincoln Center, The Sydney Opera House and Carnegie Hall.


The group has a documentary called Brothers Hypnotic, which explores their music, work ethic, life and experience of being raised by their jazz legend father Phil Cohran.

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According to a 2014 interview with, this group adopted the name Hypnotic in 2000 after they started realizing their “psychedelic brassy jazz was causing passers-by on the street to become mesmerized.” The group is continuing to tour and working on the next project titled “Bad Boys of Jazz.” Outside of the brothers, additional ensemble members include Kevin Hunt on guitar, Hashim Bunch on bass, and Cinque Kemp on drums.



Their song “War” was featured in the blockbuster-hit movie Hunger Games.





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leeping Beauty’s timeless tale of a beautiful princess, a dashing prince and the triumph of good over evil with a single kiss has delighted audiences for years. The ballet was originally choreographed in 1890 by Marius Petipa, with music composed by Tchaikovsky. Sleeping Beauty’s choreographer, Charlotte Ballet Artistic Director JeanPierre Bonnefoux, draws on his past experience to bring something special to his version of Sleeping Beauty. “I have a unique perspective on Petipa and Tchaikovsky because of my tenure as a principal dancer at Paris Opera Ballet and New York City Ballet,” Bonnefoux said.

Bonnefoux is known for creating spectacular storybook ballets like Nutcracker, Cinderella and Peter Pan. “Sleeping Beauty is the essence of classical ballet, and I believe Charlotteans will enjoy the opulent sets and costumes of this spectacular performance,” said Bonnefoux. Sleeping Beauty’s cast of over 80 features the professional dancers of Charlotte Ballet. These dancers from around the world live and work in Charlotte, rehearsing at the Patricia McBride & Jean-Pierre Bonnefoux Center for Dance uptown. Join us in Sleeping Beauty’s enchanted kingdom, as this beloved childhood story leaves you feeling happily ever after.

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Charlotte Ballet dancers in Jean-Pierre Bonnefoux’s Sleeping Beauty.

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The Shoes Behind the Steps in Riverdance


he international Irish dance phenomenon is back by popular demand with Riverdance – The 20th Anniversary World Tour, coming to Ovens Auditorium Jan. 31-Feb. 5. Riverdance features Irish step dance, a style of dance characterized by a stiff upper body and quick oot movements. Combined with energetic movement and elaborate costumes, Riverdance has been wowing audiences for 20 years. Special shoes are used to create the famous steps. These shoes may remind you of tap shoes, but they differ slightly. Unlike tap dancing, where the "tap" of the shoe creates percussion with feet, Irish step dance has both hard shoes, which make sounds similar to tap shoes, and soft shoes, which are similar to ballet slippers. Hard shoes and soft shoes vary depending on the type of dance and the dancer. The hard shoe – also called a jig shoe or heavy shoe – is made with fibe glass tips instead of metal. Soft shoes, or ghillies, are similar to ballet slippers and are made of black leather with lace from toe to ankle. Like ballet slippers, soft shoes do not make noise when dancing and are worn by female dancers and in group dances with two or more people. Male dancers wear "reel shoes," which may remind you of an Oxford or jazz shoe. These shoes also have black leather, but they have fibe glass heels allowing dancers to click them together.

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Soft Irish step dance shoes (ghillies).

Soft Irish step shoes (reel shoes).

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Based on “The Nutcracker” by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky Produced by THE NEW JERSEY PERFORMING ARTS CENTER JOHN SCHREIBER, President & CEO DAVID RODRIGUEZ, Executive Producer JULIA KRAUS, Producer Set Designer ANDREW DIAZ

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CAST Maria-Clara..................................................................................................ANN SYLVIA CLARK The Nutcracker.................................................................................JOSUE “BEAST” FIGUEROA Mom......................................................................................................... YORELIS APOLINARIO Dad.................................................................................................................................JD RAINEY Drosselmeyer............................................................................................................... SHESTREET Mouse King/Ensemble............................................................................ RANDI FLECKENSTINE Snow King/Ensemble.............................................................................................RICKY FLORES Toy/Ensemble........................................................................................................LILIANA FRIAS Toy/Ensemble.........................................................................................................ILLJAZ JUSUFI Russian/Ensemble.........................................................................................................ALEX LAYA Tea/Ensemble.............................................................................................MARIA MALMSTROM Flute/Ensemble........................................................................................................EVAN MOODY Violinist...................................................................................................................DAVID MARKS Performance DJ.................................................................................................................... DJ BOO PLACE New Year’s Eve - Uptown, USA The Hip Hop Nutcracker will be performed with one 20-minute intermission. PRODUCTION STAFF CREDITS Dance Captain..........................................................................................RANDI FLECKENSTINE Original Company Associate Director/Choreographer..................................................... TAE KOJI Wardrobe Manager/Assistant Stage Manager................................................ AMANDA NOMURA General Management MAXIMUM ENTERTAINMENT PRODUCTIONS EVA PRICE CARL FLANIGAN ANDREW HARTMAN EMILY SNYDER AVRAM FREEDBERG MARY BETH DALE Exclusive Tour Direction INHOUSE BOOKING TRACEY McFARLAND BARBARA COOLEY ROBIN MISHIK-JETT MONICA SMITH The Director is a member of the STAGE DIRECTORS AND CHOREOGRAPHERS SOCIETY, a national theatrical labor union.

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MUSICAL SCENES ACT I: During the annual uptown holiday street party, Maria-Clara is upset by her parents’ constant bickering. The mysterious Drosselmeyer appears, bringing magical toys to the party. He introduces Maria-Clara to a street vendor selling roasted nuts, who catches her eye because he is different from the other boys on the block. After the party breaks up, Maria-Clara heads home, but on her way, she runs into the menacing Mouse Crew. The Nutcracker, aided by a magic pair of sneakers, defeats the Mouse King and the couple enjoys the romance of winter’s first snowfall. ACT II: Drosselmeyer meets Maria-Clara and the Nutcracker and takes them back in time to the Land of Sweets nightclub on New Year’s Eve, 1984. Invisible, the couple watches the partygoers show off the dance styles of the day. Suddenly Maria-Clara realizes she is witnessing the night her parents met and is overcome by how they were once deeply in love. Back in the present, and with a little more magic, Maria-Clara and The Nutcracker help Mom and Dad reconcile. The community joins them in the celebration.

WHO’S WHO IN THE CAST ANN-SYLVIA CLARK (Maria-Clara) was born and raised In Norway. She started out as a gymnast at the age of 5 and continued on for 13 years. Ann-Sylvia has traveled all over the country and all over Europe with the gymnastic team, but later showed more interest in dance and was accepted into Flow dance academy (Copenhagen, Denmark). She performed with Snoop Dogg and Pharrell Williams at the 2006 MTV European Music Awards. Since moving to New York, she continued her training at Broadway dance center. In 2009 she became a member of “Decadance theatre” Which is a hip-hop theatrical company. With the company she has toured the U.S. and the U.K. and performed on “Good day New York” Fox 5, CBS, and “Fake off” on Tru TV. Since living in NYC she has performed at various shows, festivals, and music videos for artists like Alicia Keys, Styles P, F.Stokes, Ben L’Oncle Soul and Fedez. She has also done commercial work for Samsung and Smirnoff. JOSUE FIGUEROA (The Nutcracker) a.k.a. “Beast” was born in Puerto Rico & raised in Florida, Josue discovered his passion for breaking and the performing arts at the age of 15. His continual pursuit and love for the arts have earned him work in the Step Up film franchise, several international breaking 17C

championship titles with his world renown crews MIND180 and Skill Methodz and numerous commercials. Josue is currently creating his next path as an actor and can be seen in Marriot’s short series, “Two Bellman.” YORELIS APOLINARIO (Mom) is a dancer from Tampa, Florida. She began taking hiphop at 8 years old. At the age of 12, she began to explore other styles such as ballet, jazz and contemporary. She attended Orange Grove Middle School of the Arts and Blake High School of the Performing Arts, where she furthered her training in dance. From 2012 to 2014, she was able to tour with The Pulse On Tour convention under the instruction of the industry’s most sought after choreographers such as Dave Scott, Gil Duldulao and Brian Freidman. Yorelis also competed on the television show “So You Think You Can Dance,” season 12, where she made it to the top 14 dancers. Following the show, Yorelis joined the “So You Think You Can Dance Tour,” traveling the United States and Canada. Yorelis has worked with artists like Tinashe, Alyson Stoner, Flo Rida, Jordan Fisher and Christina Aguilera. She was also given a role in Hulu’s “East Los High” as an actress and dancer. You can even spot Yorelis in the National “Data Loca” Sprint Commercial. 704.372.1000 |

WHO’S WHO IN THE CAST Nowadays, Yorelis resides in Los Angeles and continues to train in order to further her career.

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JD RAINEY (Dad) aka “Bboy Twixx” is originally from Seattle where he played sports since childhood, including gymnastics, football, wrestling, martial arts and track & field. He has been dancing for 21 years, gaining experience in the styles of breaking, popping, locking and hip-hop and is still a student of dance, constantly learning new styles, and concepts. Also dances with his crew The Massive Monkees and has won numerous B-Boy competitions nationally and internationally. He resides in LA.

RICKY FLORES (Snow King/Ensemble) aka Ricky Tan, is a 31-year-old who was born and raised in Methuen, MA. He had a wonderful and supportive family upbringing. At an early age, he was adopted by music and through that became an advocate for dance. Where passion meets ambition, he found himself drawn, driven, and directed by music. It’s the only time he feels completely honest with himself and where he finds unconditional love. Meeting other people with the same passion has been a true inspiration, and to be able to share stories with their bodies creates energy that is unparalleled. He’s always had the pleasure pleasing a crowd in hopes they walk away with a bit of enjoyment and a bit of understanding on who he is.

SHEstreet (Drosselmeyer), inspirational movements artist/choreographer, has the ability to move the masses. She moves with fluidity and grace, but also embodies an undeniable sense of “raw” feeling, which creates a beautiful experience for the body and spirit of the viewer! Being raised in a city flourishing with talented singers and musicians, which she happened to grow up around, was a great advantage in her eyes. Over the years, dance has allowed her to have a keen way of listening to music, which has established an intricate bond that radiates throughout her artistry. She gained her love for movement and acting at an early age, and over the years, a sense of embedment was placed in her world! After deciding to dedicate more time to hone her craft, SHE spent the following years enhancing her craft and performing throughout the United States with various companies. A native of Memphis, Tennessee, she relocated to Los Angeles where she continues to pursue her vision full time. RANDI “RASCAL” FLECKENSTINE (Assistant Choreographer/Dance Captain/ Mouse King/Ensemble), a member of the powerful female crew The Beat Freaks, is a professional hip-hop dancer living in Los Angeles. She has toured Japan as a cast member of The Battle 2015, performed at music festivals such as Rock N’ Rio and Coachella, and danced with numerous artists. Randi also teaches at 704.372.1000 |

LILIANA FRIAS (Toy/Ensemble) was born and raised in Mexico, currently working as a professional dancer in Los Angeles. She has been dancing for 13 years. With a journey that started as a technical dancer, she later mastered hip-hop styles and the art of freestyle, putting the hip-hop scene of her country on the map along with her crew. She has been featured on projects such as “So You Think You Can Dance,” season 12; “Americas Best Dance Crew,” season 7; Cirque du Soleil; and Comedy Central, and won first place in Dance Delight Sweden. She is also an accomplished choreographer known for teaching and performing in the U.S., Europe and Latin America, showing and inspiring with her passion and love for dance. ILLJAZ JUSUFI (Toy/Ensemble). Born in Macedonia, Illjaz was raised in Switzerland and eventually relocated to Los Angeles in 2014. He started breaking with his younger brother Burim and won the Swiss and European Breaking Championships several times. Mr. Jusufi has judged Breakdance/Streetdance Competition and has taught all over the world. In Basel, he performed in the musicals “Hair” (Ronnie) and “Fame” (Tyronne Jackson). Since moving to Los Angeles, he has appeared in 17D

WHO’S WHO IN THE CAST commercials such as Amazon Prime, Reeses Puffs, Axe Shower and more. He performed at the Billboard Music Awards and worked with Nicki Minaj, David Guetta and Lauriann Gibson. In 2001, Mr. Jusufi founded the crew Ruff’n X with his brother, who also goes by the name of Jay Brothers. ALEX LAYA (Russian/Ensemble) grew up in the suburbs of Chicago and began his dance training in B-Boying at the age of 17. He later attended Western Michigan University, where he thoroughly trained in modern, jazz and ballet. Alex has since been living in Los Angeles, where he has been fortunate enough to learn from some of the world’s best teachers and choreographers, and has had amazing opportunities. Alex performed with world famous DJ/Producer DIPLO, while being featured in his music video “Set Me Free,” as well as performing with Soul Fresh Fam, directed by Ricky Cole of Mos Wanted Cru, at many venues all over the world, including World of Dance. Because of his eclectic training, Alex’s dance style has become a fusion of urban and contemporary styles, strongly influenced by B-Boying. Some of Alex’s other credits include Gala de Danza, Youth American Grand Prix, Establish Your Empire, Dance Stellar Productions, Chicago Dance Crash, and Culture Shock Chicago. MARIA MALMSTROM (Tea/Ensemble). Born and raised in Sweden, Maria has been dancing and performing since the age of 6 from Denmark’s Contemporary Dance School and later to London where she pursued her training at Pineapple Dance Studios. Studying with Benny and Javier Ninja, Maria has since 2012 been a proud member of The Legendary House of Ninja and has entered balls and competitions both internationally and in New York City. Working closely with choreographer Toniah Pedersen has been one of the most positive influences in her career. Maria has worked with choreographers such as Luam, Aakomon Jones, Jermaine Browne, Normann Shay, Soraya Lundy, Hok, Phillip Schebeeb and Binkie Reevey. And clients from H&M 17E

x Balmain, Adidas, Bloomingdales, Moncler, “The Jimmy Fallon Show,” NIKE, Jason Derulo, The GAP and Cirque du Soleil. Every opportunity to perform is a chance to express herself and she is grateful to do what she loves. EVAN MOODY (Flute/Ensemble) is just a kid from Raleigh, North Carolina! His stage debut was the musical My First Bug Jar as a 5th grader at N.C. State University to now having credits that include Miley Cyrus, Ariana Grande, Mountain Dew, Keke Palmer, Alvin and the Chipmunks 4, and Todrich Hall. So thankful for all the opportunities. He would like to thank his parents for helping him find a passion at such a young age and helping to focus and grow with it. Thank you Amanda Pope, Kate Oliver-Cummings, Ebonee Arielle, and David Moore for being hard on him and believing in his dreams. He hopes everything he’s become has made y’all proud!’ DAVID MARKS (Violinist). David Han Marks is a native of Chicago. David collaborates with many musicians and is an active performer of solo, chamber and orchestral repertoire. His collaborations have taken him across the globe from Disney Hall in Los Angeles to Grosse Hall in Salzburg, Austria, to Moscow. Performances in New York City have been in prestigious venues such as Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher, Alice Tully and Bargemusic. David received his bachelor’s and master’s degree in music from the Juilliard School. David currently resides in New York City. DJ BOO (DJ) is a NY based Fil-Am DJ/musician who has shared the stage with the likes of Ghostface Killah, DJ Kool Herc, KRS-1, Snoop Dogg and Common. He has backed wordsmiths like Eternia, The Juggaknots and Omar Offendum. In 2014 he served as a cultural ambassador for the United States, performing and conducting hip-hop workshops with The Nomadic Wax Collective in Nepal, Mozambique and Swaziland as part of the American Music Abroad Tour. As the DJ for Brooklyn-based dance company Decadancetheatre, he has had the honor of performing at Jacob’s Pillow. 704.372.1000 |

WHO’S WHO IN THE CAST JENNIFER WEBER (Director & Choreographer). “Outstanding Emerging Choreographer” New York Dance and Performance Award (Bessie) nominee Jennifer Weber is the artistic director of the awardwinning, theatrical hip-hop dance company Decadancetheatre. Her work has been seen in venues across the U.S., U.K., Russia and France, including Jacob’s Pillow, The Apollo Theater, The Kennedy Center, London’s Southbank Center, The Everyman in Liverpool, New York City Center, Bumbershoot in Seattle, The Stanislavsky Music Theatre in Moscow and The Music Center in Los Angeles. She has choreographed for American Express, Uber, Ulta, L’Oreal Matrix, Reebok, Bloomberg, Philosophy, Marc Jacobs, CK2 and UK TV show “Blue Peter.” Weber was the creative director for the 2016 tour of Lifetime’s Bring it! Live and choreographed the 16/17 tour of PBS’s Odd Squad Live. Weber and The Deca Crew were featured on the second season of TruTV’s theatrical competition series “Fake Off.” MIKE FITELSON (Writer/Co-Creator) is the executive director of the United Palace of Cultural Arts, which originally produced The Hip Hop Nutcracker in 2014 and co-created the show with Jennifer Weber, adapting the story and supplying the images for the scenery. Fitelson has worked to build the arts community in the Washington Heights neighborhood of Manhattan for over a decade. He co-founded the community’s annual arts festival, the Uptown Arts Stroll, in 2003; served in every capacity of the Manhattan Times, the bilingual community newspaper of Washington Heights and Inwood, from 20022011; and serves on the steering committee of the new Washington Heights-Broadway Business Improvement District. ANDREW DIAZ (Set & Props Designer) is a set and props designer making prop magic out of his Brooklyn living room. His recent set designs include: Sox News (Martian Entertainment), Smoke (The Flea), 704.372.1000 |

My Daughter Keeps Our Hammer (The Flea), An American Family Takes a Lover (The Cell), and Revenge and Guilt (After Midnight). He has worked with theater companies New York Theatre Workshop, Carnegie Hall, Classic Stage Company, Primary Stages, The Public, Theater For A New Audience, Cherry Lane Theater and Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, among others. Andrew holds a BFA from the University of Arizona School of Theater Arts. BURKE WILMORE (Lighting Designer) is a member of United Scenic Artists Local 829 and an honors graduate of Wesleyan University. He was the resident designer for Battleworks (2001-2010) and lit Robert Battle’s Juba, In/ Side, Takademe, The Hunt and Strange Humors for Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. He designed Stephen Petronio’s evening-length ballet Tragic Love, for Ballet de Lorraine at the Montpelier Festival. Since 2005, he has been the resident designer for Keigwin+ Company, lighting Boys, Girls, Canvas, Trio, Triptych, Elements, Birdwatching, Love Songs, Mattress Suite, Exit, and nine iterations of Bolero. His work is in the repertories of Sweden’s NorrDans and Holland’s Introdans. He has also lit the work of Camille A. Brown (Mr. Tol. E. Rance, City of Rain, Good & Grown), Brian Brooks (Again Again), and Keely Garfield (Twin Pines). He frequently collaborates with Broadway star André de Shields, for whom he lit the Louis Armstrong musical Ambassador Satch, the play Killa Dilla, and designed scenery and lighting for De Shields’ production of Ain’t Misbehavin’. Mr. Wilmore leads the production team and serves as Associate Producer for FOCUS Dance and Gotham Dance Festival presentations at The Joyce Theater, Skirball Center, and the Ailey Citigroup Theater. WHITNEY ANNE ADAMS (Costume Designer) is a costume designer and stylist based in New York City. Designs include Travesties (Bay Street Theatre), House of Murgatroyd: Ruddygore Revisited (Gilbert & Sullivan Festival, U.K.), Les Misérables (Zach Theatre), Tonight At 8:30 (Guild Hall), BC 17F

WHO’S WHO IN THE CAST Beat: Spring & Fall 2014, Phish New Years Eve Concert at Madison Square Garden 2012, 2013, & 2014, LoveSick (Project Y). ACD: costume design assistant to Catherine Martin on Baz Luhrmann’s adaptation of The Great Gatsby, as well as work on Chanel No. 5: The One That I Want, & their stage production of Strictly Ballroom: The Musical. Degree from UC San Diego.

as a leading catalyst in the revitalization of its home city. Through its extensive Arts Education programs, NJPAC is shaping the next generation of artists and arts enthusiasts. NJPAC has attracted more than 9 million visitors (including over 1.5 million children) since opening its doors in 1997, and nurtures meaningful and lasting relationships with each of its constituents. Visit or call 1-888-GO-NJPAC for more information.

MOE SHAHROOZ (Video Designer) is a video artist based in New York City. He specializes in animation, editing and interactive video design. He has worked on a wide variety of projects ranging from television shows, award shows, music videos and theatrical productions. His work has been seen in venues such as Lincoln Center and Grand Central Station. He holds a master’s degree from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. He is also known for performing and producing music under the moniker I. Sheik. He is proud to be working with The Hip Hop Nutcracker.

EVA PRICE (Executive Producer) was recently named one of Crain’s NY 40 Under Forty Rising Business Stars. Current and Notable Productions include: On Your Feet! (The Story of Gloria and Emilio Estefan), Dear Evan Hansen, Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons on Broadway!, Peter and The Starcatcher (5 Tony Awards), Colin Quinn Long Story Short (Directed by Jerry Seinfeld), Annie (TonyNominated Musical Revival), The Merchant of Venice starring Al Pacino (Tony Nominated Play Revival), Carrie Fisher’s Wishful Drinking, The Addams Family (starring Nathan Lane ad Bebe Neuwirth) as well as several other solo shows and critically acclaimed concerts starring The Temptations & The Four Tops, Kathy Griffin, Lewis Black, and Hershey Felder. Recent Off Broadway projects include the Drama-Desk Nominated Found (Atlantic Theater Company & Philadelphia Theater Company), Benjamin Scheuer’s award-winning The Lion (Drama Desk Winner, Off-West End Best Musical winner), and Bess Wohl’s critically acclaimed, Small Mouth Sounds. International and Touring Credits include: Carefree: Dancin’ with Fred and Ginger (Directed/Choreographed by Tony Winner Warren Carlyle), as well as The Magic School Bus, Live! The Climate Challenge, Ella, a bio musical about the life and music of Ella Fitzgerald, ‘S Wonderful: The New Gershwin Musical, Tomie dePaola’s Strega Nona The Musical, Irving Berlin’s I Love A Piano (National Tour and Japan), The Great American Trailer Park Musical, Private Jokes, Public Places (London). For five years Eva worked as an assignment editor and coordinating producer for special projects at ABC News, spending her last year producing and reporting on stories relating to Broadway for

MAXMIMUM ENTERTAINMENT (General Manager) is a producing, developing and management company founded by Avram Freedberg, Mary Beth Dale and Eva Price; and is joined by Managing Director/General Manager Carl Flanigan. Select credits on Broadway, off-Broadway and on tour include Small Mouth Sounds; Verso; Carefree: Dancin’ With Fred & Ginger; Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons on Broadway!; The Lion; The Hip Hop Nutcracker; 50 Shades! The Musical; Ivy + Bean The Musical; Voca People; and Colin Quinn: Long Story Short. NEW JERSEY PERFORMING ARTS CENTER (NJPAC) (Producer) located in downtown Newark, New Jersey, is among the largest performing arts centers in the United States and is the artistic, cultural, educational and civic center of New Jersey – where great performances and events enhance and transform lives every day. NJPAC brings diverse communities together, providing access to all and showcasing the state’s and the world’s best artists while acting 17G

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PRODUCER'S CIRCLE $25,000+ Peg and Jay Adamczyk Mark Bernstein* Barbara and David Goodman* $7,500+ Mr. William K. Diehl, Jr. Belinda and Timothy Gunter $5,000+ Cathy and Jim Baily Mr. William M. Barnhardt and Mrs. Nancy B. Thomas* Christine and Arthur Becker The Blumenthal Foundation Amy and Philip Blumenthal $2,500+ Anonymous Elizabeth Austin Shavonda and Reginald Bean Julie and Riaz Bhamani Crandall and Erskine Bowles Kristin and Buck Bradberry Robin and Lea Burt Mary Catherine and Robert Chesney Nan and Hal Clarke Amy and Alfred Dawson Dr. Bryan Edmiston and Mr. Felipe G. Edmiston Charlie Elberson Karen Griffin and John Galloway $1,500+ Anonymous (2) Rick Abrams Becky and Michael Alcione Holly and Jeff A kins Anne and John Barry Renee and Mike Baumbach Joanne and Steve Beam Mrs. Kimberly Beason Linda and Ralph Beck Joyce and Andrew Berger The Donald H. and Barbara K. Bernstein Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Alan Blumenthal Dr. Denny Bolton Peggy and Ray Bouley Ben Bourne Laura and Sam Bowles Chris and Steve Brace Pat and Tim Brier Kathleen Britton George Brooks Mary and Frank Brown James Bullock Dr. Chris Burkett $1,000+ Anonymous Trina Anderson Bryan and Kristen Barboza Dr. and Mrs. Edward S. Baum Marinn and Scott Bengel Mr. and Mrs. Tony Bikhazi Jeremy Blaney Rachel E. Brackett Greg and Susan Brouse Marivi Bryant Peter and Cynthia Buck Bret Burquest Bret Busby Joy and Chris Butler Dr. Deena M. Castellion Karen and Kevin Chapman Brent Clevenger Charlotte Cochrane Brian Collier Catherine Cordle Lori and Roger Cuddy Rose and Bill Cummings Joni and Aaron Davis Virginia A. Davis Donna and Al de Molina Gaither and Robert W. Deaton Dena R. Diorio April and Joe Dodge, Jr. Betty Doria Pepper and Roddey Dowd, Sr. Brigid and James Downs Christine and James Drost Claude Duet Rachel and Jonathan Ellis

$10,000+ Dr. Milton and Arlene Berkman Philanthropic Fund Victoria and Porter Durham Beth and Jonathan Feit

Vickie and Tom Gabbard Laura and Jeff ay Renee and Chris Hobart

Mr. and Mrs. William B. McGuire, Jr. Michael, Jaime and Allie Monday Jeanne and Rick Puckett

David and Nancy Hauser Wendy and Michael Kahn

Jean and Matthew Salisbury

The Levine-Sklut Family Foundation - Lori and Eric Sklut

Betsy and Alfred Brand Hona Childers and Daniel Browne Elizabeth and James Faulkner Dorlisa and Peter Flur Bob and Jena Gallagher Sandra and Stephen Godofsky

Dale Halton and Fred Wagner Diane and Chuck Harrington Rebecca S. Henderson and J. Michael Booe Julie and Howard Levine Beth Monaghan

Linda and Tony Pace Mr. and Mrs. George Raftelis Michael and Ann Tarwater Melissa and Kevin White Karen and Edgar Whitener Joan Zimmerman

Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Gibbs Douglas R. and Elizabeth G. Goldstein Mrs. Gail Grim Lisa and Greg Haislip Beverly and Jim Hance Patti and Mark Hawley* Nora and Thomas Hughes Susan and David Jamison Juanita and Lloyd Johnson Ronald Kahn Janet and Neil Kaplan Kearns Saldinger Charitable Foundation

Mary Jean and Howard L. Kushner Hedy and John Manry Barbara and Josh Meeks Dr. Shannon Moran and Mr. Joseph Lovallo Anna and Tom Nelson William Newcomb Kelli and Mike Richardson D. Nelson Rogers Wendy and Frank Rosen Ken Rothmel Brenda and Bill Ryan Rose and Tom Sherard

Lisa and Glenn Sherrill Norma and Rodney Short Deanna and Norman Shue Patricia and John Stewart Anne and Robert Stolz Lynn and Bill Sullivan Jacqueline A. Tucker Sandy and Greg Vlahos Ed Weisiger, Jr. and Betsy Fleming Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. White Lisa and Kenny Wilson Amy Wooden and Joe Kolodziej Anja and David Zimmerman

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Case, Jr. Karmen Cassell Elaine and Steve Coats Mr. Edward Cook Harvey and Muri Corzin Karin and Sean Davies Gloria and Peter De Arcangelis Richard DelliSanti Pamela and Greg Dills Jim Donahue Michele Durkin Marcia and Bob Dynko Kelli Enos Carolyn B. Faison Todd E. Gardner, MD Michael George Joseph and Carol Gigler Todd Glenham William Griesser Robin and Blaine Hawkins Juliet and Brian Hirsch Carol and Chris Horn Larissa and Ken Huber

Peggy and Jim Hynes Beth Ipock Hope and Dhiaa Jamil Michelle Johnson Patty and Chris Lambert Eleanor Ehrhart and Dominick Landi Erin Lavely Marc and Xhenis Levack The Leon Levine FoundationSandra and Leon Levine Ashley and Scott Mattei Jill Maxwell Suzy and Ed McMahan Charlotte and Arthur Mott Janet and Peter Nixon Brian Noonan Emily and Jacob Norris Dr. Helene Keyzer and Dr. Richard Pollard Susan and Dale Pond Gregory Price Jim Putnam Cindy and Randy Rice

Lisa and Robert Rollins Dr. Rubin Salant and Family Jaye Salter and Daniel Brewster Mr. and Mrs. Jason C. Schmidly Vesime and Marty Schroering Cheryl Barringer and Mike Sherman Peggy and Pope Shuford Judith Smith Dr. Matthew Wheelock and Dr. Jill Smith-Wheelock Cindy and David Soliday Jeri Dianne Stancil Dia and Paul Steiger Sheri and Kelly Straub Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sullivan Jennifer and David Teifer Carrie and Jeff eixeira David Thomason Ellen and Ron Vilas Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Whiting, Jr. Mary Ellen and Reid Wilkerson In loving memory of my Rip – Cathey Winfiel

Elaine and Jeffrey Fagan Dr. and Mrs. Roger J. Fish Michele and Walter Fisher Joyce Staley Ford John R. Georgius In Memory of Judy Gerhart Robin Gershen Anne Gilchrist Robert W. Graf Family Fund Mr. and Mrs. Mike Greene Molly and Robert Griffin Debby and Mike Groenhout Alex Haefele Neil Handelsman Fred Handsel and Ben Bellante Pamela Hanna, M.D. Mark Hawkins Donna and Randy Helton Bill and JoAnn Hertzing Kathy and Ben Hill James Hill Eric, Lori, Halle and Casey Hillman Sarah Hollar and Peter Macon Brad Hrbacek Brian Hunt Kathy and Charlie Izard David S. Jacobson Lynn Jeffrey Erich Jungwirth Linda and Kerry Kenner Virginia A. Kern Debra and Steve Kinney Janice S. Ladley Glenn and Shelia Laiken

Beverly and John Lassiter James Ledbetter Margie and Victor Lisciani Catherine and Jeremiah Malone Julianne Marley Jane and Hugh McColl Dr. Edith Valladares McElroy and Dr. Clint McElroy Betsy and T. Bragg McLeod Dr. and Mrs. Alden Milam Shelley and Andy Misiaveg Ms. Marie Mitchell Jared Mobley Amy Murphy Jill and Ed Newman Wendy Oglesby and David Higbe Barton and Dr. Valerie O'Kelley Drs. Elaine and Thomas Pacicco Anne Patefiel Mr. and Mrs. Edwin B. Peacock III Donna and Steve Pernotto Joy Pinchback Fidel and Laura Prieto Mary and Dave Pylipow Dr. and Mrs. Richard S. Roberts Sally and Russell Robinson William R. Rollins Carla and Ed Rose Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Schneck Jane and Nelson Schwab Michael Serulneck Dr. Marvin Shapiro and Mrs. Anita Shapiro Emilie and Gene Sharbaugh

Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Shelton, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Sherrill The Marc and Mattye Silverman Foundation Alessandra Skinkle Jan and Scott Smith Jennifer Smith Rosemary and Paul Smith Tom E. Smith Mr. Wayne B. Smith, Jr. Suzanne and Michael Stritch Virginia and Lane Sutton William Swain Claire and Jim Talley Ben C. Taylor, III Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Thomas Sandi and Ben Thorman Ellen and Jim Wade Diana and Matt Wakefield Catherine and Scott Warfield Jacqueline and Rusty Wasco Margo and Dave Wehrung Drs. James and Jackie Wheeler John Whiteknight Teresa and Stick Williams Raymond and Mary Williams Pat and Bill Williamson Velva and Tom Woollen

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Education Programs and Student Scholarships

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Big Brothers Big Sisters Ticket Sponsor, an Arts for All Initiative

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Charlotte Jazz Festival Presenting Sponsor

Preferred Dining and Catering Partner

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LEADERSHIP GRANTS The Arts & Science Council supports Blumenthal Performing Arts’ 2017 fi cal year budget with operating and programmatic grants.

Blumenthal Performing Arts receives support from the North Carolina Arts Council, a division of the Department of Cultural Resources.

CORPORATE PARTNERS $7,500+ Directing Partners Ernst & Young LLP

Foundation for the Carolinas

Publix Super Markets Charities

$5,000+ Executive Partners Belk, Inc Bradley British American Business Council C design Inc.

Cousins Properties Crescent Communities, LLC Deloitte InterCon Building Corporation King & Spalding LLP

McKenney’s, Inc Moore & Van Allen PLLC North Highland Company NUCOR Rodgers Builders Inc.

SteelFab, Inc. Troutman Sanders LLP UTC Aerospace Systems Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice PLLC

Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP PMMC Preferred Electric Co., Inc. PricewaterhouseCoopers

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Howard Brothers Electric Jenkins Peer Architects McCracken & Lopez, PA McGrann Paper Corporation McVeigh & Mangum NC Interiors Contracting, Inc. Odell Associates

Robert E. Mason & Associates, Inc. Rogers Unloading Service Schindler Elevator Corp. Tippens & Zurosky LLP Velligan Medical Services, PC Xentegra

$2,500+ Managing Partners Baird Private Wealth Management BDO Bryan Cave Carolina CAT Charlotte Paint Co. Inc.

Charlotte Pipe and Foundry Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP Little McGuireWoods LLP Nieman Marcus

$1,000+ Associate Partners BB&T Cabarrus Glass Company Inc. Charlotte Business Journal Chicago Title Insurance Company Crosland Southeast DTH IT Consulting

Galvan Industries, Inc. Garmon & Company, Inc. Commercial Flooring Heede Southeast, Inc. High Performance Technologies Hood Hargett & Associates Hoopaugh Grading Company, LLC

Contributions received from November 1, 2015 - November 1, 2016

RESTAURANT PARTNERS Our Restaurant Partners help make your Blumenthal experience even more special. We gratefully acknowledge their generous support and hope you will patronize them frequently.

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We Inspire Community. Something special happens when we experience a performance in a group – quite different from seeing it alone. We FEEL it more intensely. Shared experiences also build understanding and empathy among the participants. Diverse communities need collective experience more than ever. We inspire community … through the arts. Blumenthal Performing Arts has been entertaining and inspiring our community since 1992.

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Charlotte Symphony Adds New Star Wars Performance

he Charlotte Symphony has added a performance of Star Wars: The Music, Thursday, Jan. 12, at 7:30 p.m. at Knight Theater at Levine Center for the Arts. Grab your lightsabers and join the Symphony on a journey to a galaxy far, far away as Assistant Conductor Christopher James Lees leads the orchestra through an impressive John Williams lineup spanning favorites from all seven film . Selections include the “Imperial March Theme,” “Duel of the Fates,” and of course, the iconic main title to Star Wars.

Other performances of Star Wars: The Music Friday, Jan. 13, at 8 p.m. Knight Theater


Saturday, Jan. 14, at 8 p.m. Knight Theater

Schubert “Great C Major” Featuring the world premiere of local composer Leonard Mark Lewis’ Concerto for Percussion, Evolution

Jan. 6-7 • Belk Theater

Brahms v. Radiohead Jan. 27 • Knight Theater Second City Guide to the Symphony Featuring Colin Mochrie from "Whose Line Is It Anyway?"

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ASC thanks the following organizations and individuals for their exemplary leadership to ensure access to an excellent, relevant and sustainable cultural community for the Charlotte-Mecklenburg region.

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Children's Theatre of Charlotte

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Community School of the Arts


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Fifth Third Bank

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Grant Thornton LLP


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Harris Teeter, Inc.


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Barnhardt Manufacturing Company

Johnson & Wales University


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Johnston, Allison & Hord, P.A.

Moore & Van Allen PLLC

Charlotte Regional Realtor Association Keith Corporation

National Gypsum

Cherry Bekaert LLP

Levine Museum of the New South

Novant Presbyterian Healthcare

Childress Klein Properties

LS3P Associates Ltd.

Parker Poe

Coca-Cola Consolidated

McColl Center for Visual Art

PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP

Cogentrix Energy Power

Messer Construction Co.

Management, LLC

Midrex Technologies Inc.

Children & Family Services Center/Fiscal Sponsors

Foundation For The Carolinas

Robinson, Bradshaw & Hinson, P.A.

American Arts + Culture Garofalo, LLP

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The Charlotte Observer

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Microsoft Corporation

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Carolina Raptor Center

Charlotte Chamber of Commerce

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Central Piedmont Community College

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Kristin & Duane Thomas Kristin and Duane Thomas Scott & LouAnn Vaughn Brad & Aileen Westover Bill & Pat Williamson

Robbin & Pat Riley John M. Santopietro The following individuals help Sam & Jan Schiffman ensure Culture For All through their Tari & Ed Schutzman membership in the Vanguard Society, Catherine and Jeremy Schwartz a philanthropic group who generously Mr. & Mrs. John L. Seabrook, III contribute $1,000 or more to ASC. PATRONS Dr. & Mrs. Jay G. Selle $3,000 - $4,999 Mr. & Mrs. Scott C. Shell PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE Michael & Janet Adams Mattye & Marc Silverman $10,000 & above Mr. & Mrs. Andrew M. Airheart Dr. & Mrs. Eric Skipper William & Linda Farthing Michael Andrews & Jen Algire Jenny & Scott Stevens Susan Faulkner & Don Smith Jennifer O. Appleby Claire Taylor The Gambrell Family Foundation Bobby Bellamy Ms. Susan E. Thomas Lynn J. Good David E. Bolls Mark & Anne Tiberio Carol & Watts Hamrick Ronald Butler John & Christina Trainor Jeanne Edwards Johnson Joanne & Anthony Caterino Ken & Mary Beth Valentine Santosh Menon Malcomb Coley Greg & Sandy Vlahos Brian Moynihan Catherine E. Connor Kevin & Jill Walker Debbie & Pat Phillips Mr. & Mrs. William D. Cornwell, Jr. James Young Tom & Sherry Skains Brian Crutchfield & Ken Davis Mr. & Mrs. Steven K. Young Anna & Tom Nelson Robert D. & Peggy B. Culbertson Sara Cummings* DIRECTORS TRUSTEES M. Andrew Dews $1,500 - $2,999 $5,000-$9,999 Paul & Mary Jo Duffy Anonymous (11) Anonymous (1) Katherine Fisher Jessica Adams* Mary Lou & Jim Babb Landrum Fisher Susie C. Adams John Barkley Paul & Dede Foody Mrs. Louise L. Allred William M. & Harriet B. Barnhardt Jayne & Forrest Frazier Tanja Andrejchak Aileen & Mark Boltz Ms. Kristine Goldbach Ross & Michele Annable Mary & Charles Bowman Laura & Charlie Greer Jenny L. Apker & Gregory M. Rekuc Jim & Joni Brown John & Cathy Harris Mr. & Mrs. Bryan Arthur Robert E. Bush, Jr. Steve & Pam Hasty Shaunna & Derrick Bailey* Jim & Joan Carroll Michael Haworth Clayton and Deirdre Baker Waymon N. Chen* Elizabeth & Mark Hindal Robert Baker & Dr. Laramie Williams Nan & Hal Clarke John & Maria Huson Melissa A. Banks Sally & Derick Close Chris Jensen Brian & Holly Baran* Peter & Nancy Covington Jacqueline & Sean Jones Mona Baset & Will Wilhelm Mr. & Mrs. R. Stuart Dickson Matt & Shirley Kosmicki Debbie & Randy Beaver Theresa & Doug Drew Ron & Joye Lamberth Pam & George Beckwith Gregory Marshall & Susan Evans Kal Kardous & Marie-Claire William Behrmann Jennifer & William Fox Marroum-Kardous Catherine Bessant Patty & Alex Funderburg Leslie & Michael Marsicano Pascal & Jane Binetti Laura & Mike Grace Steven B. Martin Martin H. Bingham Cammie & W. Barnes Hauptfuhrer Jim & Jennifer McCarthy Diane Blanchfield Katie and Mike James Pat & Laurie McCormick Barry Bobrow & Karen Knoble Hope & Dhiaa Jamil Jen & Jay McDonald Mary & Steve Boehm Jack & Elizabeth Jordan Donald A. McMullen, Jr. & Jean-Pierre & Patricia Bonnefoux Jane Lewis-Raymond & Tom Raymond Madeline L. McMullen Daniel P. Brennan Donna & Ivan Marcotte Lesli & Mike McNamara Dr. & Mrs. Richard E. Bridgette Harrison & Margaret Marshall Mundise Mortimer Jay & Mandi Brigman* Edward A. & Linda S. Need Rolfe & Ann Neill Paige & Matthew Brockmann Patrick J. O'Leary Karl & Shannon Newlin John Broderick Mr. & Mrs. John M. Papadopulos Keith & Mica Oberkfell Benjamin Brooks Anne & Scott Perper Mike & Mary Onak Hayden & Fran Brown Robert Hugh Pryor Stephanie & Billy Owens James D. Buchanan Sally & Russell Robinson Susan L. Patterson Laura Budzichowski Mr. Kris Ruckman Leanne S. Phillips Carol & Jeff Burgess Lori & Eric Sklut Lauren Piefke & Craig Caudle, Jr. Kevin Burianek Andrea & Sean Smith T. Crawford Pounds Mr. & Mrs. Keith G. Butler Glenn & Debbie Stewart Chuck & Darlene Price Rob & Shirley Byrd Margaret & John Switzer *Young Donor Society

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DIRECTORS continued Richard Byrne Susanne & Tom Cambern Ted & Michelle Campbell Simon & Jill Cann Ron Carlee & Emily Cross Peter & Connie Carlson Robert F. Carta LaTonya M. Chavis Drs. Daniel Uri & Iris Cheng Anthony Lantzy & Matthew Chila Staci Clark Bill & Ruth Cline Jack & Kimberly Cobb Phoebe & Charles Coddington* Brooke & Steve Cornwell Carolyn & John Corsi Rev. S. Michael Covington Chad & Ashley Cowan* David & Susan Cox Julie A. Crawford Santiago J Crespo Scott Crutchfield Stephen & Kathy Cummings Deborah Cupini Bill & Sarah Currens Sarah & Larry Dagenhart Mr. & Mrs. Wesley Davis Ricky L. Davis Scott & Lynn Davis Stephen & Linda De May Annamarie M. Deak-Phillips Ryan Deal & John Leonard* Caroline Dellinger Sheldon & Caroline Dellinger Diane & Bill Denton Anup and AJ Desai Susanne Payne Dixon Robert Frank Dogens Philip L. & Lisa Lewis Dubois Jim & Kris Earle Jeff Edge Helen Eggers Brent & Kristy Evans Tere & Doug Ey Jami & Bryan Farris Marcelo Fava Dr. & Mrs. Tom Fehring Chris & Leigh Ferrante Suzanne & Elmar Fetscher Lee Fite Sally & Curt Fochtmann Martin T. Foley Ellen & Rick Fox Paul Franz Angela Frederick & Greg Lanham David & Pamela Frew Angela M. Friedland Christine Frye John Fugarino

Harvey & Cindy Gantt Bill & Susan Gary Kris Gaston Kelly G. Gervais Mr. & Mrs. John Giannuzzi Matthew Gillespie Tammy and Ken Golder Stuart & Shari Goldstein Greg & Linda Gombar Carol Goolsby David L. Graham Bryan & Jandy Gregory Tom Griffin Sanjeev K. Gulati Travis & Lise Hain Joe & Kim Hains Mr. & Mrs. Claude Hamilton Melva Hanna Carla & George Harrison Kate & Greg Hatcher Patrick Hayden & Christi Hart Jim & Laurie Hedrick A.D. & Tracey Hembrick Edward F. Hennessey Steve & Bonnie Herdt Jay Herring Cathy Hester Marcy Hingst Kristin Hinson Elise & Bo Hinton Carol Hitselberger & Dr. Robert Petty Michael Holcomb Colleen D. Hole Sarah Holmes Jeff & Anna Honeycutt M. Allison Honeycutt Adam Howard John C. Huber Larissa & Ken Huber Karen Humphries Amelia Diane Hunter Pierce B. Irby Gibbs & Bryan Ives Shirley & Marc Jarmosevich* Ashley & Barbara Jenkins Carolina & Michael Johnson Lea & Stuart Johnson Shane A. Johnson* Kathleen Ann Kaney David & Karen Karpey William E. Keenan Alfred E. Kendrick Tara & Jack Kester, Jr. John & Shawn King Kurt & Lisa Kitterman Kelli & David Knoble Alan Koreneff Elizabeth L. Kruger Maria & John Kurtz Stephanie & Sean Ladley Christopher & Audrey Lakin

Brent & Amanda Lambert Harry L. Lancaster & Jane G. Henderson James M. Laney Jeff & Tammy Ledford Rob Leonard Hal & Holly Levinson Erik C. Lioy Shug & Walker Lockett Frank & Rachel Lorch Heidi G. Lushes Steve & Stacy Lynch Rhett N. Mabry Janet & David MacDonald Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Maher Jonathan & Marianne Mangels James H. Mann Sharon & Mike Manning Elena Marsh Teresita & Timothy Martin Trish & Jeff Martin David J. Matthews Jim & Fran McDermott Valecia McDowell Thomas & Heather McElroy Loy & Susan McKeithen Joseph W. McLelland Josh & Barbara Meeks Rohit Mehta Michele Melchior Mark & Lindsay Merritt Ron & Julie Messenger* Mark & Emily Metz Laura Meyer Wellman & Ward Wellman M. Marie Mitchell Thomas & Susan Mitchell Jan & Perry Mixter Katherine & Flynn Mooring* Meg & Bob Morgan Lee & Gwynne Movius Jim & Linda Nash Rajsekhar & Carter Natarajan Cortney & Fritz Nauck Mike & Sherry Nedzbala My Ngo Anna-Maria Nicholls Katrina & Matthew Nichols Richard & Sonja Nichols John M. Norman Kevin & Sue O'Hara Keith and Teresa O'Leary Bill Pappas Paula Parker Rose & Bailey Patrick Cyndee & Robert Patterson Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Patterson Brian Peinkofer Tim Phelps Richard & Diane Phillips Claudia & Andrew Plepler *Young Donor Society

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DIRECTORS continued

Ed Weisiger,Jr. & Betsy Fleming Mr. & Mrs. David W. Welch Ms. Sarah R. Welch Christopher Wey MJ White Martha Whitecotton Mary Wilcox Eric & Dina Wilson Gregory C. Wolf G. Duane Wood Anne & Fletcher Wright Jarrett & Mary Wyant Barbara G. Yarbrough Traci & Michael Zeller Sam & Emily Zimmern

Steve Bentley & David Deal Sanford Berlin & Leslie Kooyman Scott Poole Jane Berry J. William & Susan Porter Manisha Bhutani Jim Preston Alan C. Black Walter & Christi Pringle Brad & Kathryn Black Mr. & Mrs. Robert O. Pritchard Charles Bliss Karen & Ward Pritchett Mr. & Mrs. William F. Blue, Jr. Walt & Ann Przygocki Dr. & Mrs. Willam Bockenek Beth & Ernie Reigel Jodee & Carl Boehm Laura & Mark Reynolds Mrs. Jean Boggs Mr. & Mrs. Ronald J. Rick Christiana Bondi Mary Riley Morris L. Botkin B.L. Rogers & C.M. Lucas Heyward & Whitney Bouknight Adriana Rugh Alicia Bowers David & Linda Sakaluk Robyn T. Bowers Mr. & Mrs. Todd Schanzlin SPONSORS Paula M. Bradham Anna Schleunes and $1,000 - $1,499 Alisa Bradshaw Michael Wilson Anonymous (12) Chris & Laurie Brady Mark & Rachael Schuler Marc Abraham & Mike Rutledge* Brian Brighton Barbara D. Scott Christopher Ackerlund Lisa Brisbone Deborah A. Scott Jeffrey M. Adams Timothy Britt Dale & Mary Sedivec Susan Adams Peggy L. Brookhouse Dr. Mark F. Self and Tesa M. Adams Todd & Renee Broud Dr. Thea Moore Justin Addis Gregory M. Brouse Kevin Sexton Dr. Kiran Adlakha Frank & Mary Brown Ruth G. & Colin S. Shaw Deborah & Keith Agisim Mary Jo Brown Marcie & Torrence Shealy Mr. & Mrs. John W. Alexander Stacey H. & Gordon R. Brown Ellen Sheppard Courtney & John Allison Todd A. Brown Katy & Raleigh Shoemaker Donna Allson Mr. & Mrs. Herbert H. Browne, Jr. Evangeline Sifford John Altmeyer Ms. Kelly A. Bruno Mr. & Mrs. William T. Sigmon Suzanne V. Alwan & Walker Jones Patrick Bryant Michael N. Silverman Mr. Anderson Peter & Cynthia Buck Walker & Elizabeth Simmons Paul & Kristen Anderson Steven & Peggy Burke Mr. & Mrs. Michael W. Simons Larry & Emily Andress David Burkholder Bob & Caroline Sink Weston Andress John Burns Daniel S. Small Michael Ankrom Troy & Jennifer Burns Randolph Smith Lisa B. Armbrister Lindsay H. Burrell* Shawn and Sienna Smith Andrew & Christie Asimos Bowman K. Burton Gina Stavrakas Paul Baalman Mark & Valerie Busch Kurt & Terri Stephenson Mary M. Baer Roland Todd Cage John Stoker* Barbara Baker Dorothy & Myron Caldwell Wesley & Claudia Sturges Trish & Marty Baker Mr. & Mrs. Stokely G. Caldwell, Jr. Melissa Summitt Steven Balzer Aubrey Calhoun Scott & Patty Szabo Robert Barbee Michael & Kursten Callahan* Ann & Michael Tarwater Lani Barnes Heather & Scott Cammarn Drs. Chris & Lillian Teigland Gail & John Baron Boyd & Frances Campbell Gerald & Krista Terrell, Jr. Cindy Barringer Sharon H. Campbell Peter Toomey Cheryl Barton Kathy Cantwell & Eric Bartholomew Brent & Alice Torstrick Chuck & Debbie Beam Patrick Carey Katie and John Scott Trotter Barry Beasley John & Kelley Carmichael Mark & LuAnn Tucker Brent Beasley Francie Carney Donna Turner Mary J. Becker Regina & George Carp Mr. & Mrs. F. William Vandiver, Jr. Rick L. Beckman Daniel R. Carrizosa Paula Vincent David & Pamela Belinkie* Edward Carroll Phil & Michelle Wall David & Lisa Belk Kenneth Cartledge Brad & Susan Wallace Charity E. Bell Garland S. & Katherine C. Cassada Sandra Walsh Lisa Bellucci Peter Cassidy Kay & Van Weatherspoon Andrew & Christine Beloni Nadine Castro Dave & Pamela Wedding Dr. And Mrs. Luis Bendezu Ann Caulkins & Kelley Anderson Jennifer E. Bennett & Douglas A. Mays Nancy L. Causey *Young Donor Society

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SPONSORS continued James & Holly Chamberlain Christine Channels* Laura Cherny* Marvin R. Chiddick Raymond & Sharon Chinn Dr. Michelle K. Chiu Michael D. Christensen Eugene P. Christian James & Leigh Chuber Matthew Churchill Bradford A. Clark Herb & Gina Clegg Patricia A. Clement Ellison & Angeline Clinton Gene & Jean Cochrane Kieth & Serena Cockrell D. Mark Cody Brian W. Coffey Dr. & Mrs. Paul Colavita Heather & Brian Collier Ken Collins Russell Condrich Nancy & Charles Conner, Jr. Dorothy & Mike Connor Christopher Cooley Barbara W. Cooper Kathy and Chris Cope Mr. & Mrs. Jeffery P. Corser Norma & Ronald Costanzo Jeanie & Tom Cottingham Jeanie Cottingham Donna Council Stephen M. Cox Bob & Ann Cramer Gregory L. Cranford Nancy M. Crown Jeffrey Cudd Ned Curran Rennie Cuthbertson David W. Dabbs Rafic Dahan Mr. & Mrs. Michael Dalton Rufus Dalton John Daniels Adam & Amanda Darden* Christine Davis Joni Y. Davis Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Davis Thomas & Nancy De Vries Deborah S. Deabate Robert & Karen Dean William Deaton Susan Deluca Roger Denny & Natasha Adams-Denny Mr. & Mrs. Thomas W. Dickson Lesa Dillard Margot DiZinno Mr. & Mrs. Ron Dock

April & Joseph Dodge, Jr.* Meredith & Walter Dolhare Jim & Kathy Dollar William Dove Roddey & Pepper Dowd William E. Downey James M. Doyle Dennis & Stephanie Dreyer David Drummond Brett & Julie Durham Michele A. Durkin Kristina A. Earle Annette Ebright Deborah & Michael Edwards Mark Edwards Julie and Tom Eiselt Charlie Elberson Frank E. Emory, Jr. John Enders Mr. Martin W. Ericson, Jr. Douglas F. Esamann Tamika Eubanks* Tiffany Eubanks Claudia & W. Lee Fanning, M.D. Dr. & Mrs. Robert Farnham, III Gregory Farr Gregory Faucette Mr. & Mrs. John C. Fennebresque Mr. & Mrs. Brett Ferguson Corey Ficke Thomas Fiepke Dean M. Fischbeck & Lisa B. Lust Walter & Michele Fisher Amy M. Fistner* Melanie Fitzgerald Gene A. Flavors Edith D. Fletcher Christopher & Carol Floyd Dorlisa K. & Peter W. Flur Jeff & Amy Foley Parker & Joan Foley Anthony A. Fox Dr. Laura R. Foxx David & Dawn Franchina Brian L. Franklin* Scott Freeman Angela & Michael Friedland Helen A. Fritsche Scott L. Furney Tom & Vickie Gabbard Rudolph & Glenda Gabriel Rodney Gaddy Melisa & Frank Galasso* Steve Galbreath Michael Galloway Emily & Sean Garrett* Melissa & Jeff Gass Judy A. Gauthier Karen Geiger & Damon Rumsch Kodwo and Phyllis Ghartey-Tagoe

Nick & Carrie Giaimo* Deborah M. Gibbs Rick Giovannelli Richard S. Glaser, Jr. & Ellen J. Reich Elster Foundation c/o Doug & Liz Goldstein Amy Gollinger Sarah F. Gordon* Stacy & Todd Gorelick Elizabeth Gray Nancy Schneidenbach Green Karen & Barry Greenblatt Jason & Caroline Griffin Lisa M. Grodevant Nancy Gutierrez & James Hathaway Mirsad & Mirzeta Hadzikadic Robert J. Hahn & Alicia Burke Rick & Sandra Hajda Mary N. Hall Robert Hallman Matthew L. Hanley Mr. & Mrs. William Hans, Jr. Dana Hanson Jennie & Greg Harper McLean Harper Randy & Kara Harrington Robert & Sharon Harrington Julie S. Harris* Ken & Julie Harris Weddington, NC Mr. & Mrs. Bryan Zeiss* Vida C. Harvey* Donna L. Hayes Chris & Brenda Heck Angela M. Helms Joe & Sally Helweg Anne J. Henderson Jennifer Neely & Henry Fleming Rosalie Herring Gretchen Hefner Hesketh Timothy J. Hessert Josephine H. Hicks Mr. & Mrs. Timothy R. Hileman Susan J. Hill Richard Hinson Greg & Julie Hobby Amy Hockett Dr. and Mrs. Timothy Hodges Jane & Arnold Hoffmann Christine & Trevor Hoke* James Holloway Ashley Holmes* Jennifer & Kent Holtzmuller Jonathan and Lisa Hood John and Trish Hosmer Cindy Hostetler Stephen C. Hostetler David & Cynthia Houston Drs. Daniel & Karen Howard

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SPONSORS continued Tina Howell Carmolita V. Hubbard James V. Huffman Lisa M. Hughes Chris & Jodi Hummer Calvin Hung Dr. & Mrs. James Hunter Mr. and Mrs. Hyde Adam & Emily Hyder Robb & Lois Ingland Anne Irwin-Ward Jarett S. Isralow David & Rosalyn Jacobs Lane Jacobs & Tamara Titus Amanda Kohout & William Jacobson Julia Smoot Janson James Jeffries Mr. & Mrs. Ross E. Jeffries, Jr. Charles E. Johnson Danny Johnson Graham Johnson Linda G. Johnson Richard & Donna Johnson Victoria Orena Johnson Gretchen M. Johnston Michael & Sarah Johnston Crystal M. Jones* James Jones Mr. and Mrs. Scott Jones Kara D. Judd Ms. Jerri Kallam* Ernest J. Kapopoulos James Kaylor David Keatley Mark & Jill Kelly Suzanne & Robert Kelly Marty & Marcie Kelso Karen Kennedy Gaskins Michael Kennelly Jeff & Kelly Kent Betsy Kerr Mike & Devin Kerrigan Cole & Kari Kessell Kimberly M. Kicklighter Greg & Leisha Kilpatrick Jinna Kim & Kirk Halliburton* Ron & Jan Kimble John & Sandy Kindbom Agatha & George King Michael & Nicole Kloss Richard Knafelz Cathy Knorzer Julie Knutson Thomas and Marilee Koewler John & Sarah Komisin Wendy & Jeff Kornegay John D. Krepshaw Robert & JoAnna Krumbine

Sudhir Kumar Brad & Jeanne Kutrow Phil & Susan Kuttner Henry A. LaBrun John Lamb Patty & Chris Lambert Jennifer M. Lancaster John,Sandi & Caroline Langdon Becky & Andy Largen Barbara Laughlin Stephen J. Lawler Wood & Laney Lay Mr. & Mrs. Haynes P. Lea Craig A. Leach Kenneth Leahy Rene LeBlanc-Allman Mr. & Mrs. Charles B. Lee David G. Leitch Mr. & Mrs. Harry Lerner Mr. & Mrs. Joel Levy* David & Beth Lewis W. Spencer Lilly Scott & Cheri Lindblom James Linnett Jeremy Litton Eric Livingston Jane & Luther Lockwood John R. Logan Todd Logan Henry & Trissy Lomax Judy & Rodney Long Nash E. Long Dr. & Mrs. John W. Longshore Joan F. Lorden Mr. & Mrs. William Lorenz Carol Lovin Dr. & Mrs. Jack A. Lucas Mr. & Mrs. Robert T. Lucas, III Steve Luquire Ms. Majewski Julie Maloney Scott Mandell Stephen & Michele Mangan Steven Martinez Barnett Massey Mr. & Mrs. Anil Matai Ms. Haia Matariyeh & Mr. Timothy Pivovarnik Alicia R. Mattison William & Sloane Mayberry Judy and John Mayo Kelsey & Dennis Mayo* Alexander McAlister Mr. & Mrs. Albert L. McAulay, Jr. Eleanor M. McCurdy Lewis H. McCurdy James E. McDermott Rick McDermott & Rob Willard Stephanie D. McDonald Mike & Melissa McGuire

Dr. & Mrs. Hamilton W. McKay, Jr. Karen McKinney Suzy & Ed McMahan Shawn & Jaysen Foreman-McMaster* Donna C. McMoore Bill & Donna McNairy James Meena & Mary Turk-Meena Mr. & Mrs. Kiran H. Mehta Ruth A. Melander John P. Mellon Darlyne Menscer & Farnum Gray Brad & Barbara Merlie Heather L. Mertz Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Miller Valerie & Robert Mittl Arrington & Burch Mixon John & Jacquelyn Mixson Jared & Courtney Mobley Ruth Moeller Krishan K. Mohindroo Mary Joyce & Stephen Monahan Colleen & Daniel Montano Vince & Linda Mooney Katie & Kevin Morgan Charles Morris Mark Moyer Sean & Sheila Mullen Melissa & Bryon Mulligan A. R. Mullinax Patrick Mumford Linda B. Mundle Ed & Madeline Munn Brian & Laura Murdock* Darren Myers Jeffrey & Carrie Nagle* Richard & Barbara Neidinger Christopher & Susan Nelson Zeev Neuwirth Bonnie & Ron Newth Lara S. Nichols Dr. & Mrs. David Nix Mary Nixon Tony & Donnamarie Nobili Tye Nordberg Joseph & Debbie O'Connor Kevin D. Oden, Ph.D. Tate & Kristin Ogburn Terry Ohr Kimberly Rochelle Oliver* James Olsen Lorry Olson Genie & Maciej Ombach Trey O'Quinn Melissa Swonger Orr* Robert & Pidge Osborn Margaret A. Osmer Kenneth & Suzanne Parker Luann & Bill Parmelee Roger Pelz Sherri Pendleton

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SPONSORS continued Clay & Nikki Perry* Meghan & Bernie Petit* Andrew R. Petruski R. Lynn Pettus Kiet Pham Joy Pinchback* Lily and Victor Pineiro Mr. & Mrs. Christian F. Pineno Jeff & Melissa Pitts Debra Plousha Moore William M. Podaras Deborah Poovey Anne Predieri Wallace & Bill Prestwood Katrina Pride* Ben & Jeanette Proffitt Derek Raghavan Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Rains Raghu Raj* Mr. & Mrs. Henry H. Ralston Jane S. Ratteree Kim & Robby Ray Michael Ray Roger A. Ray Lilly Raymond Jack S. Rech JeNai & Ray Redwood* James Reichard David A. Renner James B. Reynolds Mark and Norma Ricci John Richards & Leigh McDonald Mike & Kelli Richardson Rosalind & Jerry Richardson Ann & Craig Richardville Kathy L. Ridge Mike Riley Irena & Lee Rimler Ellyn Ritterskamp Juan L. Rivera Jeffrey Roark Jason G. Roberts Allen Robertson Brett & Craig Robertson Chandra & Dan Robertson Mr. William L. Robertson, Jr. Graham Robinson Karen S. Robinson Sean M. Robinson* Tynetta Robinson Ann Roby Derek Rogers Marvin Rogers Mr. & Mrs. Kevin J. Rollwage The Waldman & Romanelli Family Carla & Ed Rose Geoffrey & Katherine Rose Mr. & Mrs. Michael G. Rosenthal Tom Duke & Tina Ross

Young-Sun & Dan Roth Mr. & Mrs. Chan Roush Daniel G. Roy Dr. & Mrs. Michael Ruhlen Lisa & Mike Ryan Jackie & Joe Salinas Gwendoria Salley D. Blaine Sanders Brian Savoy* Jamison Scheeres* K. Will & Jean-Anne Schmidt Jerry & Martha Schmitt Angela & Josh Scholl* Dr. Stephen P. Schultz & Donna Dutton Betsy & George Scott Kevin & Meghan Scotto Octavia Seawell Daniel Seguine Mr. & Mrs. William Serenius Hugh & Katy Shannon Anne M. Sheffield Gina Shell Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. Sherard, Jr. Peter & Cheryl Sherrard Jim and Angie Shoff Marcus S. Shore Carol E. Shrum David & Elizabeth Shuford* Sharon & Jose Simon Viki & Doug Singleton Nathan Sloan Coren Smith David and Jennifer Smith Edward & Kinya Smith II Elton T. Smith, Jr. Emily & Zach Smith Joshua & Janet Smith* Kathleen & Michael Smith Keith A. Smith Malcolm Smith Lisa Bowers Smoots Nancy M. Sokany Jeremy & Jo Sorenson* Grace & Eli Sotomayor Kenneth Spielfogel & Richard Withem Lee Spinks Steve & Barbara Spradling Cassandra & Reginald Springer* Sarah Stabley* Todd & Catherine Stancombe Eli Stav Justin Steinschriber & Kirsten Baldwin Catherine Stempien & James Bolin Mr. & Mrs. John Anton Maguire Mr. & Mrs. John A. Stewman, III Kevin P. Stichter Tim & Lu Anne Stokes

Shane & Tami Stout Sheri Wiltshire Straw Carol & Gary Sugg Dr. D Matthew Sullivan Jack & Melissa Sullivan* Robert Sullivan William Sullivan Patsy & Ted Sumner Beth E. Susi, M.D. Kevin & Kayt Szulwach* David R. Taylor James E. Taylor Katrina Teague Barbara Ann Temple, Ph.D. Peter J. Thedinga Kathryn & Richard Thigpen James P. Thomas Joan & Hailey Thomas Vivan J. Thomas Anthony O. Thompson Sandi & Ben Thorman Jerry & Phyllis Tomb Kimberly Tomljanovic William Toole & Claudina Ghianni Maureen Torres Pamela S. Torres Sean Trahan Roberta M. Tremain Lynn & Jeff Trenning Sayre & Michael Tribble Cassandra L. Triggs-Tucker Don & Beverly Truslow Mack L. Turner & Lisa C. Turner Audra Tyree Mr. & Mrs. Donald Ubell Larry & Susan Valenti Mrs. William K. Van Allen Andrea & Mike Vasaune Matthew J. Vernon Tamara J. Stringer & Richard W. Viola Bruce & Janet Voelker Nick & Volree Wade* Gaby & Kent Walker John D. Walker Kent & Gaby Walker Sharon Walker Mary Claire & Dan Wall Wendy Wall Judy Schindler & Chip Wallach Mr. & Mrs. Louis T. Walters Keva Walton Charles H. Warner Sidney R. Warner George & Debbie Warren Debra S. Watt Carol Weida & James Mountjoy Gregory & Julianne Weidner Dr. David A. Weinrib Julia Weitzen Phillip & Carol Wertz

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SPONSORS continued Mr. & Mrs. John Wester Mr. & Mrs. David B. Whelpley, Jr. Keaven & Monica White Mack W. White Rebecca S. Whitley Mary Whitten Bohmer Danny & Sandi Wiles Amy Pritchard Williams Andrew Williams Marylyn & Ed Williams Dick M. Wilson Mr. & Mrs. J. Michael Wilson John Witherington* W. Kurt Withrock Ronald S. Witkowski Jennifer Wolfe Velva & Tom Woollen Tracey Wopperer Westley H. Workman David C. Wright, III Nancy E. Wright Margaret & Zachary Zapack Russell Zusi YOUNG DONOR SOCIETY The following individuals support the cultural sector through membership in the Young Donor Society, a leadership giving group for those 40 and under who generously contribute $500 or more to ASC. Kathryn Aittola Stephanie Alger Beth & Charlton Allen Shirelle Allen Melissa Anderson Kendra Armstrong Nina Austin Christopher Baier Dana J. Bailey Amy Barclay Neal Barrow Amanda & Michael Beacham Jessica Bednarcik Kerrie L. Beer Jason & Mary Jordan Benoit Jason R. Benton Erica Berger Karen Bernhardt Tamra Berry Rachel Besnoff Christina Boettcher Comey Katharine & Joel Bonasera Carrie Booker Jason Boone Samrat Bose Heyward & Whitney Bouknight Jennifer Braganza

Melissa Brammer Abernathy Chris Branch Nicholas & Elizabeth Bresnahan Elena Arecco Bridgmon Collin & Chrissy Brown Daunte & Tonya Bruce Michelle L. Bruni James L. Bryan Dart Budz Mr. Genc Burgija & Mr. Jeremy Hall Keith R Burns Mr. & Mrs. George M. Burris Michael & Shirley Butterworth Laura Jo Canady Mark & Marguerite Carson Aimee Caswell Mr. & Mrs. Drew Cawthorne Kyle Brown & Alli Celebron-Brown Kevin & Karen Chapman Colin Cheek Amy & Kevin Chheda Elizabeth Childers Laura Ciotoli Joanetta Clowney Melissa Cornwell Stephanie Couch Kristen Cousins Emily Crow Christy Daniel Russ & Stephanie Daniel Jennifer Darwin Alicia & Robert Davis Bradley Davis Margaret Dechant Robert DeMilio Alicia & Michael DePalma Matt & Kerri DeRuyter Brendan Dignan Jim Doermann Kolby Dougherty Caitlin & Brian Donley Christopher & Sarah Douglas Scott Downey William Drennan Julie & Matt Drinkhahn Taylor Dubois Sidney Echevarria Nikki Emanuel Jarrell & Richard Jarrell Landon Eustache Todd Everts James & Katie Ewing Scott & Ryann Fairweather Michael Feehley Whitney & Mitchell Feld Valdo Figueroa Nicholas Fischer Wendi Fleener Alexander G. Foley Carrie Foster Ryan Frankeny

Liz & Stephen Franklin Stephanie Friedman Michael Gaffney Troy Gardner Christopher Gialanella Brian Gibbons Amy Gilbert Daniel Gillette Matthew Gozycki Rachel Gragg Andrea Graham Jada Grandy Whitney Greene Adam & Robin Growley Jane & Marc Gustafson John Hackney Melanie Hall Patrick Haller Jessica & Charles Hamm Karen Hammill Brian Harrison Mark & Charlitta Hatch Keith & Emily Hay Sarah Head Cache Heidel Merideth Helgeson Jessica Helton Shameeka M. Henderson Dedwana Henry Timothy J. Hessert Vincent & Jessica Hindman Allison Hines Shannon Hoff Jill & Trey Hogan Kathryn C. Holland Natalie Holland Jill Gehling Holthaus Angela Hood Catherine Hope Beth Hoving Lauren Hultz Retha Irene Hunsicker Mason Hurley Jennifer Robson Jabon Jonathan Jacob Dwight Jacobs Dipika Jain Michael Jakielski Taurus W. Jamison N. Scott Jarrell & Diego Alves William & LaKeisha Jefferson Amanda A. Johnson Tiffany Johnston Neil D. Jonas Katie Jones Matthew Jones Tamisha Jones Angela & Nickolas Jordan Isaac Jordan Heather Jousma

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YOUNG DONOR SOCIETY YOUNG DONOR SOCIETY continued continued Sarah Kaminski Sarah Kaminski David Keatley DavidM.Keatley Tara Keener Tara M. Tracy & Keener Kerri Keller Tracy & Kerri Matthew KellyKeller Matthew Kelly Tara Kenny Tara Kenny Howard Key Howard & KeyJonathan Kidwell Heather Heather Jonathan Kidwell Anika && Jonathan Kim Anika Kimball & Jonathan Kim Bailey James & Shauna James Kimball & Shauna Kenneth & Jenna King Bailey KennethB.&King Jenna King Robert Robert Kranish B. King Joshua Joshua Dan & Kranish Sarah Kuhn Dan &Lambert Sarah Kuhn Holly HollyLampkin Lambert Leon LeonLathers Lampkin June June Lathers Jared & Elizabeth Lawrence JaredLawrence & Elizabeth Lawrence Kyle & Kim Morgenegg Kyle Lawrence & Kim Morgenegg Joshua E. Lemke Joshua Lemke Rob & E. Erin Lentz Rob & Erin Lentz Clay Lewis Clay Lewis Ashley Lingerfeldt Ashley Lingerfeldt Anthony J. Little Anthony Littlejohn J. Little Michelle MichelleLivingston Littlejohn Jamelia Jamelia Livingston Katie Loiacono Katie Loiacono David Lockney David Lockney Heather Lohneiss Heather Philip & Lohneiss Heather Lopina Philip &Love Heather Lopina Derrick Derrick LoveH. Lowry Gwendolyn Gwendolyn H. Lowry Brooks & Jenny Luquire BrooksLytch & Jenny Luquire Mary Mary Lytch Meghan Maciag Meghan Maciag Rob Mallard Rob Mallard Jason & Karen Mann Jason &Marks Karen Mann Daniel Daniel Marks Heather Marshall Heather Marshall Kara Martin Kara Marvin Martin Erin Erin Marvin Marco Mascioli MarcoL.Mascioli John McCormick John L. J. LabonMcCormick McCoy & J. Labon McCoy &McCoy Katie Densford Katie Densford McCoy April McDonald April McDonald David McGibbon DavidMeacham McGibbon Hunt Hunt Meacham Emma C. Merritt Emma&C.William MerrittMerritt Shelli Shelli &Meyer William Merritt Amber Amber Meyer Andrew Mezwicki AndrewMiddleton Mezwicki Sharon Sharon Middleton Christopher Martin Miller Christopher Martin Miller Kyle C. Miller Kyle C.&Miller Wesley Brittany Misson Wesley & Brittany Misson


David Mitchell David Mitchell Stefanie Moody Mitchell & Stefanie Moody Mitchell & Matthew Mitchell Matthew Mitchell Angelo & Heather Mitsopoulos AngeloMoneypenny & Heather Mitsopoulos Jackie & Andrew Mondi Jackie Moneypenny & Andrew Mondi Patrecia Moore Patrecia Moore Virginia M. Moore Virginia Moreno M. Moore Cynthia Cynthia&Moreno Micah Cathy Morrison Micah&&Scott CathyMoss Morrison Hope Hope & Scott Kevin & Sarah Moss Moss Kevin&&Leigh SarahPittman Moss Josh Josh & LeighMukamwiza Pittman Marie-Josee Marie-Josee Mukamwiza Megan Mukherjee MeganMyers Mukherjee Philip Philip Myers Naman Liz & Jeremy Liz & Jeremy Naman Natalie M. Neely Natalie M. NeelyNeugent Charlie & Stacia CharlieNicholson & Stacia Neugent Adam AdamNickerson Nicholson Sean Sean Nickerson Melissa Noblitt Melissa Noblitt Janie Norton Janie Norton Sean O'Connell Sean O'Connell Megan O'Hara Megan O'Hara Michael Olson Michael David &Olson Jennifer Orr David & Jennifer Painter Orr Karl & Stephanie Karl & Stephanie Painter Erin Pais Erin Pais Fern Paterson Fern Paterson Patronis Konstantinos Konstantinos Rachel PermutPatronis Rachel Permut Sharene Pierce Sharene Pierce Victoria Pittman Victoria Pittman Brandon & Crystal Powell Brandon & Crystal Powell Nisha Prasad Nisha Prasad Akshata & Matthew Pulley AkshataPurmort & Matthew Pulley Allison AllisonReed Purmort Anna AnnaReilly Reed Eric Eric Reilly Cory & Amanda Rogers Cory & Rogers Dory & Amanda Morgan Rogers Dory Morgan Rogers Jeff && Becky Roman Jeff & Becky Roman Patrick D. Ryan Patrick Sale D. Ryan Darbie DarbieP.Sale Shaun Sanders Shaun P. & Sanders Bethany Brian Saunders Bethany L. & Schaperjohn Brian Saunders Jennifer Jennifer L. Schaperjohn Andy Schmidt Andy Schmidt Laura & Alex Schneider Laura & Glenn & Alex KatySchneider Scott Glenn & Steven O.Katy ScottScott Steven Senay O. Scott Tandy Tandy Senay Shannon Shea Shannon Shea Katie Short Katie Short Russell Silva Russell Silva Kimberly Simmons Kimberly Simmons MaryBeth Simon MaryBeth Kaeli Sims Simon Kaeli Sims

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