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Note from Justine Robertson New CEO, Count Basie Theatre & Foundation As I introduce myself to the Count Basie Theatre community, I am filled with optimism about the future of this wonderful and vibrant venue. It has been just a few weeks since accepting the position of CEO of Count Basie Theatre and Foundation, yet I have a strong sense of the great things that have been accomplished over the years and the work that still lies ahead. One of my first experiences as CEO of the Basie was attending the New Jersey State Council on the Arts annual grants meeting in Trenton. I was thrilled to learn that arts funding had not been cut and that we were once again awarded a general operating grant of $178,815. As a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, this funding makes it possible for us to present cultural programming such as modern dance, ballet, opera and jazz; events that otherwise might not be possible. This spring we realized a major accomplishment for our Performing Arts Academy through its acceptance into Washington D.C.’s John F. Kennedy Center’s Partners in Education; a program that is designed to assist arts organizations throughout the nation to develop or expand educational partnerships with their local school systems. The purpose of these partnerships in the arts is to promote the professional learning of teachers. Our acceptance into the Kennedy Center’s Partnership in Education Program signals that something very important for the community is happening right here at the Basie that will expand and enhance our outreach program into area schools. This June also saw the completion of the Basie patio “The Count’s Courtyard.” The beautifully landscaped new space serves as an outdoor gathering place for our patrons to enjoy themselves before and after a show. Our “opening night” for the patio, and for me as the new CEO, was on June 29 at the Count Basie Theatre’s Summer Soirée gala, where the entire patio was alive with music, food, friends, and fundraising. The hard work of our gala committee and our professional staff was evident as the party, in conjunction with the Crosby, Stills and Nash concert, raised over $350,000 for the theatre. To say that I am eager to roll up my sleeves and continue the hard work that will propel this organization to an even greater level is an understatement. The heart and soul of the Count Basie Theatre is its dedicated boards and staff, community partners, members, patrons and supporters. I am proud and honored to be here as the new face and voice of the Basie and I look forward to getting to know you.

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Count Basie Theatre, Inc. Board of Trustees Raymond R. Moser, Jr. Chairman Peter B. Seligman Vice Chairman Laurance B. Thoma Treasurer Michael Parent Secretary Alfred J. Weiss Assistant Secretary

Harry M. Agnostak Steve Bidgood David J. Cooner Stephen Cutler John E. Ekdahl Quaniesha N. Frost Carol Godfrey Richard V. Kenderian Marshall Knopf Judith Marrus

Christine E. Mosher Patricia Pinto William G. Reilly, Jr. Armins Rusis Steven M. Schultz Peter Seligman Stacy Smith Hugh J. Ward, III Tom Widener Darrell Lawrence Willis, Sr. Edward J. Zipprich

Beth Giannotto Human Resources Chair

Count Basie Theatre, Inc. Board of Directors Tom Widener Chairman Stephen Cutler Vice Chairman Stuart Alderoty Secretary

Peter Ardolino Nick Brown Craig Cummings Domenic DiPiero III Tony Fox Tim Hogan Marshall Knopf Judi Marrus Ray Moser

Nancy Mulheren Jim O’Mealia Maggie Riker Matthew J. Saker Steven M. Schultz Chip Schulz Pat Scire Karen Siciliano Patti Scialfa Springsteen

Justine L. Robertson, CEO Count Basie Theatre & Count Basie Theatre Foundation

COUNT BASIE THEATRE FOUNDATION Chief Executive Officer: Justine L. Robertson Director of Membership: Ann Ciabattoni Director of Sponsorship: Shannon Eadon Development Associate: Lisa Marie O’Connell COUNT BASIE THEATRE, INC. ADMINISTRATION Chief Executive Officer: Justine L. Robertson Operations Director: Izzy Sackowitz Marketing Director: Diana St. John Graphic Designer: Nikolai Roschko Social Media Manager: Alexandra Campanella Marketing Assistant: Lauren Milne Finance Director: Peggy Shafai FInance Associate: Antoinette Koski Administrative Assitant: Ann Marie Keenan Facility Director: Chris Lomazzo Custodial Supervisor: Roy McCurdy EDUCATION Director of Education: Yvonne Lamb Scudiery Education Assistant: Sue Brennan PRODUCTION Technical Director: Michael Jacoby Assistant Technical Director: Anthony Calicchio House Crew: Daniel Gibson, Tod Kearney, Greg Wilkens Backstage Catering Manager: Catherine Costanzo

BOX OFFICE Box Office Manager: Maryann Wrobel Assistant Box Office Manager: Yolande Ruggiero Representatives: Laurie Dalton, Melissa Finkel, Donna Horsey, Lisa Musillo, Jessica Pellegrino, Amber Pennington, Gina Rodrigues, Kathy Santiago, Tim Yerves FRONT OF HOUSE House Manager: Mary Hill Assistant House Manager: Pat Stephens Merchandise Manager: Marion Fuget ADA Coordinator: Melissa Finkel Security Supervisor: William Topps PROFESSIONAL ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Insurance: E & K Insurance; Ogden & Co. Accounting: Fried & Kowgios Partners, CPAs Legal: McCarter & English; K&L Gates; Ansell, Grimm & Aaron Production Sound: ACIR Professional Transportation: Royal Limousine Cleaning: M and C Cleaning LLC Website Management: CTSI The Count Basie Theatre is a member of Americans for the Arts, ArtPride NJ, Association of Performing Arts Presenters, Consortium of Eastern Regional Theatres, Eastern Monmouth Chamber of Commerce, International Ticketing Association, Jersey Shore Convention and Visitors Bureau, League of Historic American Theatres, Monmouth County Arts Council, New Jersey Travel Industry Association and Red Bank RiverCenter The Count Basie Theatre, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation.



Upcoming Events September 7: Hugh Laurie (TV’s House) & The Copper Bottom Band September 8: Darius Rucker In association with:

September 9: The Grammy Award Winning Nitty Gritty Dirt Band September 14, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23: My Fair Lady Phoenix Productions

September 18: Free Film: Perfect Storm September 25: Joe Jackson & The Bigger Band feat. Regina Carter

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September 28: The Rippingtons & The Yellowjackets September 29: Artie Lange


October 5:

Robert Irvine Live! (Food Network’s Restaurant: Impossible)

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Robert Irvine Live from Food Network’s Restaurant: Impossible Friday, October 5, 8PM

Chef Robert Irvine brings the excitement of Dinner: Impossible back, this time to a live stage! “Robert Irvine Live” with Chef Robert Irvine (Food Network’s Restaurant Impossible) is a high-energy, multimedia and multi-sensory theatrical experience. More than just a cooking demo, “Robert Irvine Live” is an interactive culinary show that provides multiple opportunities for audience participation while witnessing the challenging nature of the TV show come to life right before your eyes. Multiple cameras set up on the stage provide a close-up view of the master at his craft. New music and video content specifically produced for this show combine seamlessly with his cooking to provide an experience unlike any other. In each segment of the show, Robert will face a new and unique culinary challenge. Are you ready to experience the Impossible?

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Hugh Laurie (TV’s House) and The Copper Bottom Band Friday, September 7, 8PM

Actor Hugh Laurie, the Emmy Award nominated, Golden Globe Award winning star of the TV series House visits the Basie in support of his debut musical release, Let Them Talk. A musical celebration of New Orleans, with Laurie leading the band on piano and vocals. The album features American classics like “St. James Infirmary,” “Swanee River,” “John Henry,” and “It Ain’t Necessarily So.” Says Laurie, “I’ve broken a cardinal rule of art…actors are supposed to act, and musicians are supposed to music…(but) the blues have made me laugh, weep, dance… this is a family record.” The Wall Street Journal said, “From its opening bars, the music proves the disc isn’t a vanity project or another role…he’s been playing piano since he was 6.”

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Upcoming Events October 27: Banjo Summit feat. Béla Fleck A Gathering of 5-String Masters October 28: Monmouth Symphony Orchestra November 2: Dead On Live 73-74 A Grateful Dead Tribute November 3: Glen Burtnik Loves the 80’s November 4:

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Darius Rucker

Sunday, September 9, 8PM Opening Act: Mallary Hope Millions of fans know Darius Rucker as the voice of Hootie & The Blowfish, the Grammy-winning band whose album Cracked Rear View sold more than 16 million copies and included the Top 10 hits “Hold My Hand,” “Let Her Cry,” “Only Wanna Be with You” and “Time.” Millions more now know him as a critically and commercially acclaimed country artist, whose album Learn To Live went to #1 and included not one but three #1 hit singles, “Don’t Think I Don’t Think About It,” “It Won’t Be Like This For Long,” and “Alright.” The New York Times called it, “one of the year’s most vibrant country albums,” and Variety declared, “Country music has a new major star, and the genre may never be the same.” His latest release is the 2010 album Charleston, SC, 1966. In association with:

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History On July 29, 1925 the Red Bank Register reported that Joseph Oschwald of Little Silver announced plans to build a Theatre on Monmouth Street for a partnership of Joseph Stern of Newark, the Burns and Schaffer Amusement Co. and Walter Reade, then New Jersey’s largest theatre owner. The property and the rights of way for Kathy Dorn Severini DBA Dorn’s Classic Images. Used by permission. the land were purchased for $21,000, the projected construction cost was roughly $300,000. Ground was broken on December 9, 1925 and the Theatre opened on Armistice Day, November 11, 1926. Opening night was a grand affair, headlined by a vaudeville performer, the feature film “The Quarterback,” starring Richard Dix, Carlton’s News Events and a ten piece orchestra. That summer and fall, the plan was to use the Theater to try out musical comedies and other shows to be produced in New York. Admission would never be more than 75 cents for movies and vaudeville shows. First known as the State Theatre (the initials “ST” are still inscribed on the peak of the building’s façade). The Theatre’s name was changed twice, first to the Red Bank Theatre and then to the name it operated under for over four decades, the Carlton Theatre. The Red Bank Register reported that the new Carlton Theatre, “…is a marvel of beauty, convenience and comfort. Outside and inside it is an architectural triumph. Color and light are two of the outstanding features of the new building. Thousands of electric lights stud the ceilings and sidewalls. In the center of the building is an enormous dome-like sunburst illuminated with a myriad of concealed lights. A very large glass chandelier is suspended from the center of the dome. The interior of the Theatre is rich with colors harmoniously blended. The furnishing are rich in velours and velvets in contrasting shades.” A grandly painted vaudeville curtain, still in use today, filled the proscenium arch. The Theatre was privately owned and operated for almost 50 years, until 1973, when an anonymous donation made it possible for the Monmouth County Arts Council to acquire the building for just $96,665 and preserve it for cultural uses. It operated as the Monmouth Arts Center until 1984, when it was renamed in honor of jazz pianist, composer, band leader and Red Bank native William “Count” Basie (1904-1984). On June 30, 1999, the Count Basie Theatre, Inc. was established as an independent nonprofit corporation to maintain ownership and manage, program and preserve the Theatre for the benefit of the community. In 2004, the first of a 12-phase, $21.5 million renovation began with the purchase and installation of brand new historically accurate Theatre seats. In 2008, the auditorium, lobbies and Carlton Lounge were renovated and restored. In 2011, the façade and marquee were restored and the Theatre was named to the National Register of Historic Places. Total expenditures on capital improvements have totaled $12 million to date. Although the current schedule is composed of “live” music, dance, theatre and arts education performances, much remains the same about the building. Almost 200,000 people a year attend events at the Count Basie Theatre. In an age when we communicate and entertain ourselves through mediums that its founders could not have even imagined, their Theatre is still the place where people go when they want to be entertained and enlightened in the company of their neighbors. A more expansive telling of the Count Basie Theatre’s history is available at

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The Rippingtons & The Yellowjackets Friday, September 28, 8PM

After 25 years and 18 studio albums, the Grammy-nominated Rippingtons have enjoyed success from their first release, Moonlighting, voted the #1 Most Influential Contemporary Jazz Album of all time by Jazziz Magazine. Their release 20th Anniversary reached #1 on Billboard’s Contemporary Jazz Chart, and featured a photo of the Basie marquee in the liner notes! The current lineup features Russ Freeman (guitar), Dave Karasony (drums), Bill Heller (keyboards), Rico Belled (bass), and Jeff Kashiwa (sax). The Yellowjackets are celebrating 30 years as one of the premiere jazz groups on radio, and The Weather Channel, where their song “Matinee Idol” is still a favorite. Their 2011 release, Timeline, received two Grammy nominations, bringing their all-time total to twelve. The current lineup features Russell Ferrante (keyboards), Bob Mintzer (reeds), Will Kennedy (drums) and Felix Pastorious (bass), subbing for Jimmy Haslip, who’s on sabbatical. Scan code for show info & video of The Rippingtons & The Yellowjackets

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Count Basie Theatre Annual Golf Classic Thursday, September 27, 1PM Trump National Golf Course Colts Neck, NJ

11:30AM Lunch & Registration with Silent Auction & Raffle 1:00PM

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6:00PM Reception with Live Entertainment, Raffle, Silent & Live Auction & Awards Funds raised through the Count Basie Theatre’s Annual Golf Classic go to: • • •

The ongoing renovation of the Theatre we have just completed our new patio bar on June 29 Cultural programming in the Theatre jazz, ballet, opera, classical music The Performing Arts Academy - which includes the Outreach Program, providing teachers, instruments and classroom materials to the Red Bank primary and middle schools as well as to the Red Bank Summer Camp programs for music, dance and theatrical arts.

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MEMBERSHIP LEVELS New benefits effective December 1, 2011 for new members or upon renewal of existing memberships

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• Admission to Carlton Lounge for member plus three (3) guests throughout membership year. • Two (2) complimentary beverages in the Carlton Lounge at every performance member attends • Total of ten (10) complimentary show tickets during the year. Shows from which you can choose will be at the discretion of Count Basie Theatre Management.* • Listing on major supporter board in the lobby • Recognition in Showtime and the Annual Report • Reduced ticket fees when buying tickets by phone from our Box Office

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• Admission to Carlton Lounge for member plus three (3) guests throughout membership year. • Total of eight (8) complimentary beverages per year at either lobby bar or Carlton with your Basie Marquee Card. • Total of Four (4) complimentary show tickets during the year. Shows from which you can choose at the discretion of Count Basie Theatre Management.* • Listing on major supporter board in the lobby • Recognition in Showtime and Annual Report • Reduced ticket fees when buying tickets by phone from our Box Office

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• Admission to Carlton Lounge for member plus three (3) guests for three (3) shows per membership year • Total of four (4) complimentary beverages per year at either lobby bar or the Carlton with your Basie Marquee Card. Can be used for a single show or divided over multiple shows. • Two (2) complimentary show tickets during the year. Shows from which you can choose at the discretion of Count Basie Theatre Management.* • Recognition in Showtime and Annual Report • Reduced ticket fees when buying tickets by phone from our Box Office

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from E! Channel’s Chelsea Lately Friday, October 12, 8PM Best known for his appearances on Chelsea Lately on the E! channel, Ohio native and Kent State graduate John Caparulo has appeared at Montreal’s prestigious Just for Laughs Comedy Festival, in two of his own Comedy Central Specials, and on the talk shows of Craig Kilborn and Jay Leno. He has hosted Mobile Home Disaster on CMT, and voiced the character of “Headphone Joe” on Disney’s TV show Fish Hooks. His movie appearances include Vince Vaughn’s Wild West Comedy Tour (2006) and Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Next Generation (2007), and his weekly radio show, The Mad Cap Hour, airs on Sirius XM’s Blue Collar Comedy Station. His debut comedy recording is John Caparulo: Meet Cap (2009).

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The RBJO, a professional 17-piece jazz band directed by internationally known conductor Joe Muccioli, is joined by a guest vocalist, and special guest soloist Wycliffe Gordon. Named Trombonist of the Year seven times by the Jazz Journalists Association, he has performed at the Grammy Awards, on PBS, BET and NPR, and is a Manhattan School of Music faculty member. The latest of his 14 releases is Hello Pops, a Tribute to Louie Armstrong (2011).

Red Bank Jazz Orchestra Gershwin Spectacular with Special Guest Jon Faddis Sunday, April 14, 4PM

With swinging arrangements of classic, straight ahead jazz, each RBJO concert is a soulful journey through jazz history, from its New Orleans roots through Swing, Bop and beyond. Joined by a guest vocalist, this very special concert features an allGershwin program, with the second half devoted to a recreation of Miles Davis’ classic recording of Porgy and Bess, starring special guest soloist Jon Faddis, called “The world’s greatest trumpeter” by Time Out New York Magazine. Scan code for show info & videos of the Red Bank Jazz Orchestra

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All Four Original Members of Asia Wednesday, October 17, 8PM

Celebrating their 30th Anniversary Tour, the original members of Asia, drummer Carl Palmer (Emerson, Lake and Palmer), guitarist Steve Howe (Yes), keyboardist Geoff Downes (Yes, The Buggles), and bassist John Wetton (King Crimson, Roxy Music, Uriah Heep) play a spectacular show including all of Asia’s own hits, like “Heat Of The Moment,” “Sole Survivor,” “Wildest Dreams,” “Only Time Will Tell,” “Here Comes the Feeling,” “Don’t Cry” and “The Heat Goes On,” plus timeless classics from the musicians’ other bands, like “Roundabout,” “In the Court of the Crimson King,” and yes, even “Video Killed the Radio Star.” Scan code for show info & video of Asia

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Based on Richard Scarry’s children’s books (300 books, 150 million copies sold), and the Saturday morning CBS-TV adaptation Busytown Mysteries, Busytown Busy follows the adventures of Huckle Cat, Sally Cat, Lowly Worm, Sergeant Murphy and many of their unforgettable friends as they prepare to compete in the Busytown talent contest! Together, the friends attempt to discover their true talents, with lots of laughter, and a few hiccups, along the way!

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Wednesday, February 20, 4PM Based on the New York Times best-selling children’s picture books Pinkalicious and Purplicious, by sisters Elizabeth and Victoria Kann, Pinkalicious, The Musical tells the story of Pinkalicious, who can’t stop eating pink cupcakes despite warnings from her parents. Her pink indulgence lands her at the doctor’s office with Pinkititis, an affliction that turns her pink from head to toe. It’s a dream come true for this pink loving enthusiast, until her hue goes too far. Scan codes for show info & videos of Busytown Busy & Pinkalicious

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About the Operations of the Count Basie Theatre

The Count Basie Theatre, Inc. is a nonprofit corporation organized under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The designation indicates that the corporation’s purpose is to provide a community service. It can accept tax deductible donations and all funds it generates must remain within the corporation to pay regular operating costs or to be reinvested in new programming or capital improvements. Any surplus funds cannot be retained by an individual or other entity. There are no owners or shareholders. The organization holds its assets in trust for the community. The Count Basie Theatre, Inc. is governed by a Board of Trustees comprised of civic and community leaders, who volunteer their time and receive no compensation for their efforts. Operations are conducted by a paid professional staff according to the policies and direction established by the Board, in the By Laws and the Mission Statement of the organization. The results of the corporation’s operations are a matter of public record and copies of its annual financial filings with the state and federal government are available either from the organization itself or from the appropriate government agency. The Count Basie Theatre Foundation, Inc. is the Theatre’s fundraising arm. Also a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, the Foundation was created to provide operating support to the Theatre, raise the capital needed to restore the Theatre and to create an endowment. The Foundation oversees Membership, Major Gifts, Benefit Concerts, Corporate Sponsorships and Special Events. Please see the Count Basie Theatre’s website for specific details at, click CBT Foundation or call Tiffany C. McDermott at the Foundation’s Office 732.224.8778 x115. The mission of the Count Basie Theatre is to serve the people of the State of New Jersey by providing a broad spectrum of quality entertainment and education programs that reflect and celebrate the diversity of the region, foster understanding and appreciation for the ennobling power of the performing arts and create opportunity for cultural enrichment for people at all economic levels. It also is our mission to develop and maintain a world-class venue that enhances the enjoyment of this entertainment and education programs, contributes to the cultural and economic vitality of the community and the region, and honors the memory of Count Basie. Each year the Theatre hosts approximately 200 public events, attended by about 200,000 people. Many of these events are presented or produced by other organizations renting the Theatre; the others the Theatre presents itself. In the case of a Theatre rental production, the Theatre earns a rental fee and is reimbursed for its other costs. The producer assumes the cost of engaging the artist and staging the event, establishes the ticket prices and receives the income. In the case of an event presented by the Count Basie Theatre, the Theatre has determined that it is in the community’s interest to present a particular program or artist and the Theatre takes the financial risk. If there is a surplus after costs have been covered, the Theatre retains the funds. If there is a loss, the Theatre must cover it from other sources, including membership contributions. Consistent with its mission, the Theatre’s own programming focuses on those programs which would otherwise not be available in this community.

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The Capitol Steps Friday, October 19, 8PM

The Presidential election cycle is here, and so is the annual Basie appearance by the only group in America trying to be funnier than Congress: The Capitol Steps! The mob that puts the mock in democracy, Capitol Steps are a musical sketch comedy troupe of current and former Congressional staffers. Taking a humorous look at serious issues, they use personalities on Capitol Hill, in the Oval Office and worldwide to supply the fodder for a nationwide laugh at our own political system. Their bi-partisan shows are as up to date as the news cycle, a potent mix of musical theatre and dramatic satire that provides, “Laughs to the Left, Laughs to the Right,” according to The New York Times. CNN’s Larry King said, “They’re the best,” and former President Bush said, “The Capitol Steps make it easier to leave public life.” Scan code for show info & video of The Capitol Steps

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Saturday, October 20, 8PM Variety says singer, songwriter and virtuoso of anything with strings on it, David Bromberg is, “a master with nothing left to prove to himself or to others,” and The NY Times calls him “electrifying.” A performance by the 12-piece David Bromberg Big Band traces its own musical path, from the blues and country to jazz and folk, with stops at Celtic and Appalachian music along the way. Basie audiences in particular know his sold out concerts are one of the most musically satisfying events of the year. His 2009 Basie appearance was released as the DVD “In Concert at the Count Basie Theatre.” His most recent releases are the Grammy nominated Try Me One More (2007), and Use Me (2011). Opening Act: Angel Band

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Six of the world’s most influential banjo players unite for a very limited concert tour including the Basie. Banjo Summit features: Grammy winner Béla Fleck (New Grass Revival, Béla Fleck and the Flecktones); NJ resident Tony Trischka (a regular on A Prairie Home Companion, taught Béla Fleck, has produced Steve Martin); Bill Keith (Bill Monroe’s Bluegrass Boys, the inventor of “Keith Tuning Pegs”); Eric Weissberg (scored a #2 hit record with “Dueling Banjos,” the theme from the movie Deliverance); Richie Stearns (Donna the Buffalo, The Horse Flies); Noam Pikelny (Leftover Salmon, The Punch Brothers); and Pete Wernick (Hot Rize, Country Cooking, the first President of the International Bluegrass Music Association). They’re joined by Russ Barenberg (guitar), Jesse Cobb (Mandolin), Alex Hargreaves (violin) and Corey DiMario (bass). Scan code for show info & video of Banjo Summit

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Tuesday, September 25, 8PM Five-time Grammy nominee Joe Jackson performs a concert of selections from his new album The Duke, a collection of songs made famous by Duke Ellington and rearranged in Joe’s unique style, along with his own classics. Best known for the hits “Is She Really Going Out with Him?,” “I’m the Man,” “Steppin’ Out,” “Breaking Us in Two,” “It’s Different for Girls,” and “You Can’t Get What You Want (Till You Know What You Want),” Joe’s body of work over a three decade career is eclectic and fiercely individual. He has written film scores, a symphony, and a book. The Duke is only his second album of non-original material, after 1981’s Jumpin’ Jive. Thank you:

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The Count Basie Theatre offers a wide variety of Corporate Partnership Opportunities and can create a sponsorship program tailored to your company’s marketing, entertaining and/or advertising needs. Corporate Sponsorship Availability: • Naming Opportunities • Performance Sponsorships including Benefit Concerts • Film Series Sponsorships • Corporate Marketing Sponsorships • Special Event Sponsorships The Distinguished Guest Sponsorship: • A Concierge Ticket Service • Corporate Marketing Exposure • VIP Access and Use of the Theatre Marketing Opportunities: • E-mail Blasts • Interactive Logo on the Count Basie Theatre Website • Logo on the In-Theatre PowerPoint Display • Your Corporate Name on the Marquee • Showtime Advertising • Social Networking: FaceBook, Twitter

BE A PART OF THE BASIE Of all the forms of media, partnership sponsorships are the only marketing platform that provides companies the opportunity to create an emotional connection with their customers, gaining share of heart as well as share of mind. The Count Basie Theatre offers the best Theatre and entertaining experience for you, your employees and guests. It is coupled with an enormous opportunity to get your brand name in the homes, hearts and minds of tens of thousands of Monmouth, Ocean County and Middlesex residents. For more information on Corporate Partnership Opportunities, please call Shannon Eadon at 732.224.8778 x128.

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FIRE NOTICE: The exit indicated by a red light and sign nearest to the seat you occupy is the shortest route to the street. In the event of fire or an other emergency please do not run, WALK TO THAT EXIT. Please follow the directions of the House Staff. If you become aware of a medical or other emergency, please inform the House Staff immediately. FOOD AND BEVERAGE: Food and beverages are permitted inside the Theatre at many events, but please help maintain this Theatre as an asset for this community by disposing of your own trash in the lobby receptacles. Please use the blue recycling receptacles for plastic bottles and cups. PHOTOGRAPHY AND RECORDING: Possession and/or use of devices for photographic, audio, video or electronic recording, reproduction or transmission of performances is prohibited. Such equipment may be confiscated. Violators may be ejected and/or held liable for monetary damages. CELL PHONES AND PAGERS: Please turn off alarm watches, cell phones and pagers. If you use your cell phone during intermission, please remember to turn it off again. RESTROOMS: On the ground level, a women’s room and a wheelchair accessible bathroom are located on the house left side of the lobby. On the balcony level, a women’s room is located on the house right side, and a men’s room is located on the house left side of the balcony lobby. PUBLIC TELEPHONES: The Theatre does not have a public pay telephone. If you need to make an emergency call, please see an usher for assistance. ACCESSIBILITY: Please inform the Box Office of any special arrangements you require when purchasing tickets. An assistive listening system for the hearing impaired is available from the House Manager. Large print programs are available on request. A wheelchair accessible bathroom is located on the house left side of the ground level lobby. The Theatre does not have its own parking lot. A disabled permit parking space is available on the street just in front and across the street in the municipal parking lot of Borough Hall. BOX OFFICE: The Box Office is located to the right of the lobby doors as you face the building and is open Monday-Friday 12:00-6:00pm, Saturdays 12:00-3:00pm and until onehalf hour after show time. Cash, check, VISA, MasterCard, Discover and American Express are accepted. All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges. Additional service charges do apply. Purchase tickets by phone at 732.842.9000 or online at PARKING: Please observe all parking regulations and signage, do not park in private parking lots and do not block our neighbor’s driveways. The best public parking is at the Red Bank Train Station, located two blocks west of the Theatre on Monmouth Street, and in the large municipal lot located one block east of the Theatre in between Monmouth and White Streets, behind the stores on the north side of Monmouth Street. LOST AND FOUND: Ask for the House Manager during a performance, or call the administrative office the next business day at 732.224.8778 x105. THEATRE RENTAL: The Theatre is available for rent for performances, fundraisers, corporate and special events. A wide variety of support services are available including artist bookings. For more information visit the Theatre’s web site or call the administrative office at 732.224.8778 x105. WEB SITE: Visit our website at, which features online ticket sales, the complete calendar of events, membership information, sponsorship information, special events, Showtime advertising, links to the Theatre’s FaceBook and Twitter sites and much much more. MAILING LIST: Add your name to the Theatre’s mailing list at the Box Office, call 732.842.9000 or email Name, address, and phone number are required of all ticket buyers to verify payment and to contact you in the event of a cancellation. Ticket buyers are automatically entered on the mailing list and may receive information about upcoming performances. However, all information is confidential, all mailings are done under the Theatre’s auspices. The Theatre does not sell, trade or rent its mailing list.


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Members & Contributors We thank all of the following supporters for their generosity to the Count Basie Theatre’s Capital Campaign, Brick by Brick Campaign, Corporate Sponsorship Program, Distinguished Guest Program, Fab Faux Benefit Concert, Count Basie Theatre Annual Gala – 2012 Summer Soirée, Membership Program, Red Bank Business Partnership Program, and the Take Your Seat Campaign during the fourth quarter of the 2011-2012 fiscal year. (This list reflects contributions received between April 1, 2012 – June 30, 2012.) $10,000+ Mr. & Mrs. Nick Brown; Kathy & Buddy Carter, The Kathryn & J. Howard Carter Family Fund; Galaxy Toyota Robert Ciasulli; Citi ; J.A.M. Anonymous Foundation; Marshall & Janice Knopf; William & Victoria Marraccini; The McCrane Foundation; Maggie Riker; Sheldon & Anne Vogel; John & Elizabeth Williams $5,000 - $9,999 C.R. Bard Foundation/Brian Leddin; Mark & Laura Feaster; Fried & Kowgios Partners LLP; Steven & Alison Friedel; Tom & Nancy Gravina; Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Komar; Lucas Family Foundation; The William T. Morris Foundation; PAZZO; Rodney & Elise Pritchard; Drew & Kath Steck; Carol Stillwell; Tom & Liz Thees; Torcon Inc.; Viasource Funding Group LLC $2,500 - $4,999 Stephen & Lisa Atallah; William & Kathryn Dodge; Mr. & Mrs. Gordon R. Eadon; John & Beth Giannotto; Tom & Karen Hyland; The John & Estelle Ketterer Foundation; Jennifer Lakefield; Dave & Kris Murphy; Jay Nichols; Michael Parent; Toros & Siran Sahakian; Saker ShopRite; Visting Nurse Association of Central Jersey; Vogel/Kitze Family Fund of the Community Foundation $1,000 - $2,499 Michael & Lisa Absatz; William & Allyson Agathis; Stu & Danette Alderoty; Ansell, Grimm & Aaron; The Arrom Family; Concerts East/J. Bakal; Madeleine Berk & Corey Weiner; Chris & Avery Brighton; Bill Burlew; Anne Chiappetta; Dominick & Marlene Cipollini; Joe & Joanne Clark; Leigh & Gabby Cohen; Dick & Karen Curry; Thomas & Valarie DeFelice; Lillian & Michael DiPiazza; John & Susan Drastal; Brian & Kelley Duddy; Andrea Fahnestock & George Hambrecht; Laurence & Eileen Fell; Ferma Group/ Ed Mislavsky; Heather & Henry French; John & Allison Gates; Antoinette Gelmont; GFInet Inc.; Douglas Gibbens; David & Lisa Gilmour; Mary Beth Glaccum; Gred & Danielle Greene; Dr. Kayvon Highighi; Ross J. Haik & M.C. Mayer; Jamie & Tricia Hilton; Lorraine Hirschberg; Peter & Laurie Jarck; Ann & Michael Jordan; Tom & Carol Kane; Edward B. Kasselman, Esq.; J.C. Kellogg Foundation; Chris & Etta Kelly; Richard & Barbara Kenderian; Nate & Mindy Kestenman; Gregory Kimmet; Clay & Mary Lou Kingsbery; Woody & Claire Knopf; Lisa & Ken Laughinghouse; Steven & Fran Lisser; Bill & Eileen Luby; Michael & Holly Lyttle; Donald & Lore Macdonald; James & Teresa Maguire; Marrus Family Foundation; Mr. Richard M. Maser; Lynn McCabe; Martin & Deborah McCann; McCarter & English/ David Cooner; Bob & Annie McGinty; Quinn & Lisa McKean; Meridian Health System/Eileen & Tim Hogan; Merrill Lynch & Co./Peter Ardolino; Larry & Paula Metz; Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Minerva; Pompano Partners; Raymond & June Moser; Mike & Cathy O’Brien; Debra & John O’Donoghue; Jim & Melinda O’Mealia; J. Pagnotta; Scott & Diane Pomerantz; Robert & Jen Portman; Missy & Blair Potter; Stella & Jamie Price; Gary T. Puma; Robert Rabinowitz; Annette Reed; William & Susan Reilly; Peter Reinhart & Nancy Byrne Reinhart; Justine Robertson; Matt & Melanie Saker; Salt Creek Grille/





Members & Contributors 2 Lynn & Steve Bidgood; Patrick & Jennifer Scire; Dr. & Mrs. Mark Seckler; Meg & Ralf Sellig; Frank & Jeanne Shanley; Leslie & Bob Sickles; James Stanard; Deborah & Michael Stasi; Leo & Gwynne Sugg; Carol Swift; Gail & Stuart Van Winkle; Lynne & Hugh Ward; Linda & Bill Waylett; Dr. Lou Weiner MDPC; George Whitelaw; Tom Widener; William Langfitt Wilby, Ph.D. & Cynthia Pike Wilby; James & Janet Wilson; Withum Smith & Brown/Laurence G. Thoma; Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Wojtech; Captain BH & Valerie Wood; Charles Woolston & Martha Lopez; Dr. & Mrs. Robert J. Young; The Salad Depot; Edward Zipprich & J.P. Nicolaides; Lillian & Kenneth Zuar $500 - $999 Mr. & Mrs Patrick Ard & Family; Dr. Paul Axelrad & Dr. Jacqueline Zuckerbrod; Russ Bey; Gary Bleetstein & Family; Mr. & Mrs. Robert Boyle Jr.; Rudy Bruno; Dr. Joseph Calabro; Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Cappillo; Robert Conley; Dave & Liz Cooner; The John Crowley Family; Sam & Michelle Delpresto; Rebecca Donington & Mark Bellin; John & Lolly Ekdahl; Sandra & David Epstein; Bob & Collen Fasulo; Suzie Rizzuto & Morris Flancbaum; Bruce & Joan Fromer; Pamela Gale; Douglas Gallagher; Peter & Kristen Gerhard Foundation; Carl J. Guzzo Jr.; Hallie Hamilton; Mark & Susan Hodges; Carrie D. Keating; Adele & Kenneth Keller; Susan E. Kindya; Karen S. Kline; Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Longo; Mills & Schnoering Architects, LLC; Joseph & Carol Monaco; Jim Novotny; Michael & Cristina Oster; Robert Lyttle & Alicia Owens; Parton/Bove Charitable Fund; Petruzzelli Brothers Excavation; Michael & Linda Plodwick; Mr. & Mrs. Steven Pollock; Nancy & Tucker Ronzetti; Mr. & Mrs. Michael Schaffer; Bart & Sallyann Schanck; Andy & Alyssa Scheffer; Chip & Maria Schulz; Peter & Karen Seligman; Sophia Spehar; The Stigler Family; Mr. & Mrs. Michael Storer; The Strack Family; Mark & Nancy Sullivan; Sunnymeath Asset Management, Inc./James O’Mealia; Ten Thousand Villages; Tommy’s Coal Fired Pizza; Rick & Mary Beth Wadbrook; Dr. Brian J Waldron; D.O.; James & Mary Warshauer; Kerry A. White; Window Treats; Michael & Fran Young; Kelly A. Zaccaro; Marc & Christina Zingarini; Dr. & Mrs. Ira Zohn $250 - $499 Anonymous (1); Harry Agnostak; Mr. Peter Aguayo; William & Trina Anderson; Scott Brady & Nancy Karpf; Bill & Star Burnett; Jennifer Cavalchire; Dr. & Mrs. E. Cheslock; Alan & Heather Colicchio; Dr. & Mrs. Joseph Conroy; Mr. & Mrs. Stephen H. Cutler; The Denzler Family; Frank DiTullio; Hendrickson & Edelstein, Esqs.; Frank Federici; David & Sarah Fischell; Hal & Beth Fox; Arturo Gentile; Penny & Mark Hancox; Charles B. Hembling & Son, Inc.; Guy & Gail Hembling; Pete & Chris Hetzler; William & Karen Hyatt; Karen Irvine; Eric & Bernadette Jaeger; Ken Jewell; Betsy Kaplan & Steve Foley; Brian & Joanna Leddin; H.L.Lichstrahl & Co LLC; Robert & Tricia Maguire; Neil & Carol McDevitt; Robert & Elisabeth McKay; Britain & Maureen O’Connor; Brian P. O’Donnell; John & Joy Papaioannou; Phoenix Productions; Peggy & Jeff Poltrictzky; Mr. Michael Rein; Brian Compton & Toni Rinella; The Sawtooth Group; Michael Schleifer; Donna Sedlazek; Peggy & Matt Shafai; Melissa Shaw; Patricia Shaw; Joe & Gabriella Sheridan; Siciliano Landscape Company; Sickles Market LLC; Ray Smith; Mr. & Mrs. William Spector; Laurence G. Thoma; Jeanne Thugut; Martin & Jean Timmins; Mr. & Mrs. Robert Tresente; Mr. & Mrs. Gregg Wallace; Frank & Kathy Whitley; James & Susan Woods; Cliff Zukin $100 - $249 Anonymous (10); Joseph Amelio; Mr. & Mrs. Michael Anderson; Mr & Mrs Pete Andriacchi; Gina Auriemma; Michael & Debra Bagnell; Holly & Ronald Banach; Lance Barglowski; Vic & Mary Alice Basile; Dr. Leo J. Battenhausen; George & Kate Beckett; Suzanne Beizer; Michael Beradino; Julianne Berg; Mr. Philip Berg; Derba Ann Berger; Gail R. Berger; Gail & Barry Bertiger; Deborah L. Betz;

Members & Contributors 3 Thomas & Elaine Bistocchi; Mr. Charles Blunda; Carolyn Bocchicchio; John & Lorraine Bolan; Michael Boyer; Thomas Brady; Penelope Branna; Penelope & Jeffrey Breen; Dr & Mrs Abe Bronner; Robert Brousell; Mr. & Mrs. James Buckley; John Cadmus; Edward Callow; Thomas Canarelli; Michele Canaris; Katryce Cannon; John Carducci; Jeff & Carol Carlson; Barry & Rita Carol; Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Caruso; Anita Caputo; Mrs. Michael Caserta; Mr. & Mrs. John Moore; Paul Ceccon; Robert & Carol Chojnacki; Jeffrey Clarken; Gerald Clearwater; Kevin & Patricia Coffey; Susan Cohen; David & Mildred Cohen; Mark & Laurie Cohen; Kim & Joe Conley; David Connelly; William A. Conte; Wayne Conway; Rhonda & Steven Cook; Joseph Cosgriff; Saul & Deborah Curtis; Tracy D’Alessandro; Joseph Dalton; Mr. & Mrs. Christopher D’Amico; Gloria DeCandia; Gregory & Paula DeMasi; Georgia & Patric Dempster; James & Anne Dengler; John & Jane DeTullio; Mr. & Mrs Robert DI Natale; Joann Diamond; The Ramblin Dawgs; Mr. & Mrs. Sal DiVincenzo; Donna Doherty; Bill & Heather Doherty; The Donatello Family; Thomas Donovan; Dries Family; Laurie Duke; Todd & Susan Edwards; Joan Ellis; Quinn English; Norah English; Mr. Darryl Ensminger; Kenny Eroh; Lori Esparra & Jay Namenwirth; James & Maryellen Esposito; Mr. & Mrs. Harry Esposito; Mrs. Fran Faccas; Joan Fallone; William Fedshyn; Robert & Julie Feldman; Jerome & Sandra Ferullo; Margie Fierman; Elsie A. Flannery; The Flavour Group; Maureen Flego; Lorin & Patricia Fleming; Susan Fleming; Robert & Harriet Fortescue; George & Sonya Fortney; John Fossetta; Karen Foster; Robert & Susan Freeman; Paul & Marcia Friend; John Frizalone & Jeanne Weinstein; In Memory Of Stanley Dengler; Count Basie Ushers; Peter Galassi; Bruce Gallipani; James Galvin; Irwin Geiser; Ms. Kristin Geisler; Paul & Dolores Gettens; Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Giordano, III; Lenny & Sandi Glickman; Linda Gold; Nancy & Michael Golden; Dr. & Mrs. Sandy Goldstein; Jeffrey L. Goria; Thaddeus & Kathryn Grabowy; Lois & Leonard Green; Barbara Greger; Mr & Mrs. Jack Guarnieri; Michael Gussis; Sheila Guttormsen; Mr. & Mrs. John Hanlon; Stephen & Barbara Hecht; Stephan A. Heinlein; Marjorie F. Heller; Stephen Hoelle, RN; Alan & Jacqueline Hoffner; David W Hostnik; DMD; Asialee Huang; Patience P. Pierce & Stephen F. Hudecek; William & Wendy Huntley; Teresa Hutchison; The Iglay Family; Michael J & Camille D Ince; Mr. & Mrs. David Jacobson; Mr. Cato & Dr. Gwen Johnsen; The Johnson Family; Michael L. Johnson; Gary & Sue Juncosa; Mr. & Mrs. Bob Kabacinski; Steven Kapsalakis & Bobby Suydam; Frank & Tamie Karlinski; June Kauffman; Patricia Keating; Charlie Keidel; William & Donna Kelly; Yvonne Kelly; Michael J. Kelly Sr.; Mr & Mrs Chad Kemler; Jayant Khadilkar; Ann E. King; John & Mona Kirk; Elayne Kittel; Debbie & Bill Kmak; Kochan Financial Group; A.P.E.S. Mechanical Inc.; Nina Kousoulos; Kratka Family; Erwin & Robin Kreiner; Krietzberg Financial Group; Maria & Stan Kryla; Alison A. Kulick; Donna Lamoureaux; Susan & Johnny Larsen; Kenneth & Joan Latham; Steven Lazarawicz; Bonnie V. Leandri; Rick Leclercq; Theresa Lee; Van Lefford; Robb Levinsky; Diane & Jerry Levitz; Dolores Luccarelli; David MacDonald; Robert & Deborah MacDougall; John & Marlene Maciaszek; Mary MacIntyre; Brian & Susan Mackewich; Linda Magnifico-Levy; Frank Maida; Mr. John Malaska; Erwin & Linda Malkin; Maria Mangin; Marlene D. Mango; David & Kathy Marone; Mr. Ralph Marrone; Joy & Richard Marsh; The Marshall Family; Elizabeth Matlaga; John & Janet Mawson; Tiffany & Shawn McCann; Barry & Cynthia McCarron; Michael & Carol McConnell; Ginny McDonald; Paul & Kathryn McDonough; Diane & Darrell McGee; Cheryl McGraw & John Olier; Cynthia & Craig McKeown; Dr Maria Megill; Visual Eyes; Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Mernick; Howard & Sheila Meyer; Jill & Kenneth Micchelli; Joanne & David Middleton; Michael & Susan Mikkelsen; Jean Mikle; Douglas & Dana Miller; Jeffrey & Linda Miller; John Moetz & Laura Schneider; Mr. & Mrs. Robert Moglia; Debbie & Paul Montoya; Michael Moroses; George & Lydia Morris; Michael & Tammie Morse; The Moscato Family; Richard J. & Gloria E. Moylan; Mr. & Mrs. John J. Mozart Jr.; Melissa Murphy; Tom & Karen Murphy; Edward & Karen Necela; James J. Newton; Patricia & Bruce Nostrand; James Nutt; Gary Olivero; Jackie & Mike Ondrejik; Chuck & Nancy O’Neill; Bruce Oran; Nancy Pagano; Mr. & Mrs. Steven Gabel; Mr. & Mrs. Gregory T. Papailiou; Ms. Victorai Papailiou; Mrs. Patricia Paszamant; Mrs. Robert Patterson; Louis Pavao; Ginger Pawlikowski;

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