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CREEDE REPERTORY THEATRE 2016 / our 51st season

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contents The (curious case of the)

WATSON INTELLIGENCE

by Madeleine George

World Premiere!

KIND OF RED by John DiAntonio

Show Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Season at a Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS Book by Jeffrey Lane | Music and Lyrics by David Yazbek

Based on the film written by Dale Launer and Stanley Shapiro & Paul Henning

World Premiere!

The (curious case of the) Watson Intelligence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Kind of Red . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. . . . . . . . . . . . 18 The History Room . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Private Lives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

The

Boomtown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

HISTORY ROOM

Reading! And Other Superpowers . . . . 27 Education Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Headwaters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

by Charlie Thurston

Board of Trustees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Supporting CRT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37-51

PRIVATE LIVES

The Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55-82

by NoĂŤl Coward

BOOMTOWN Explosive Improv Comedy

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READING! AND OTHER SUPERPOWERS Book and Lyrics by John DiAntonio | Music by Richard Rischar

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creederep.org 719/658-2540 Creede Repertory Theatre, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization with a 501(c)(3) status with the Internal Revenue Code. All donations are tax deductible. Production photos by John Gary Brown. Program design by RoShamBo: Marketing + Creative.

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Kind of Red - Farce

Scoundrels - Musical

Private Lives - Classic

History Room - New Works Watson - Drama Reading! - TYA

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SATURDAY

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1:30PM Reading! OPENS*

TUESDAY

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FRIDAY

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TUESDAY

MONDAYS ARE DARK

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6:30PM POSTER UNVEILING* 1:30PM Reading!* 7:30PM Watson OPENS* 4PM NAT’L SMALL PRINT

SUNDAY

SHOW OPENS

7PM Watson TALK* 7:30PM Watson*

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3 7:30PM Red OPENS

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1:30PM Scoundrels 7PM Watson TALK* 7:30PM Watson*

TASTE OF CREEDE

4 1:30PM Reading!* 4-6PM MEET THE COMPANY BLOCK PARTY

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LOCAL DISCOUNT

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9

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15 1:30PM Watson* 7:30PM Red

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1:30PM Scoundrels 7:30PM Watson*

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4TH OF JULY SEE BELOW

1:30PM Scoundrels 7PM Watson TALK* 7:30PM Watson*

19 7:30PM Scoundrels

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14 11AM KID SHOW OPENS* 1:30PM Red 7:30PM Scoundrels

7:30PM Watson*

1:30PM History* 7:30PM Red

CHAT BACK AFTER

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JULY 4 / Reading!* / 11:30AM & 1:30PM

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1:30PM Reading!* 7:30PM Scoundrels 10:30PM Boomtown *

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27 1PM Watson TALK* 1:30PM Watson* 7:30PM Scoundrels

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11AM MAINSTAGE TOUR 1:30PM Red 7:30PM Scoundrels

16 11AM KID SHOW* 1:30PM Red 7:30PM Scoundrels

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11AM MAINSTAGE TOUR 1:30PM Red 7:30PM History*

7:30PM Scoundrels

DESSERT AFTER

1:30PM Reading!* 7:30PM Red 10:30PM Boomtown *

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12:30PM History TALK* 1PM History*

LOCAL DISCOUNT

1PM

Private Lives

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11AM 1PM 1:30PM 7:30PM

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1:30PM Reading! CLOSES* 7:30PM Red

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30 Private Lives

CHAT BACK AFTER

CLOSES

7:30PM Watson*

20 1PM Private Lives TALK 1:30PM Private Lives 7:30PM Private Lives 10:30PM Boomtown*

26 11AM

HEADWATERS NEW PLAY FESTIVAL*

7:30PM History* 10:30PM Boomtown*

1 6:30PM Private Lives TALK 7PM Private Lives

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11AM MAINSTAGE TOUR 1:30PM Scoundrels

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31 1PM Private Lives 6:30PM History TALK* 7PM History*

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OPENS

7PM Private Lives TALK 7:30PM Private Lives

2 7PM

THE BIG RIVER BAND*

7PM 10PM

History* Boomtown*

6

1:30PM Red 7:30PM Scoundrels

7:30PM Private Lives

24 1:30PM History* 7:30PM Red

1:30PM Red 7:30PM Scoundrels 10:30PM Boomtown*

SATURDAY

5

1:30PM Reading!* 7:30PM Scoundrels 10:30PM Boomtown*

JAZZ AFTER

30 MAINSTAGE TOUR

History TALK* History* Scoundrels

6 7PM

10 MINUTE PLAY FESTIVAL*

7 1PM History* 6:30PM Private Lives TALK 7PM Private Lives

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27 10AM

HEADWATERS NEW PLAY FESTIVAL*

1:30PM Private Lives 7:30PM Red

1PM 7PM 10PM

3

Private Lives History* Boomtown*

CHAT BACK AFTER

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10

12:30PM Private Lives TALK 1PM Private Lives 7PM History* CHAT BACK AFTER

15 7PM

History CLOSES*

16 6:30PM Private Lives TALK 7PM Private Lives 10PM Boomtown*

17 1PM

Private Lives

CLOSES LOCAL DISCOUNT

On the Mainstage

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels Kind of Red Private Lives

In the Ruth*

Orchestra

Balcony

Student

Child

Reg. Performances Reading!

$35-40 $16

$33-38 -

$20 $16

$11 $8

Boomtown The KID Show

$10 FREE

$10 -

(11-22)

$10 FREE

(4-10)

$10 FREE

CREATIVE MOJO ADULT DAY CAMP

* Denotes all shows and events at the Ruth. “DARK” is theatre speak for closed.

Private Lives

CLOSES

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And Other Superpowers

8 7PM

14 1PM Private Lives 6:30PM History TALK* 7PM History*

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CHAT BACK AFTER

BOOMTOWN JR.

BOOMTOWN JR.

JAZZ AFTER

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11AM KID SHOW* 1:30PM Scoundrels 7:30PM Watson* 10:30PM Boomtown *

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20 JAZZ AFTER

7:30PM Red

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1:30PM Red 7PM History TALK* 7:30PM History*

7PM Watson TALK* 7:30PM Watson*

1PM History TALK* 1:30PM History* 7:30PM Scoundrels

FRIDAY

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7:30PM RED HOT PATRIOT*

7:30PM Red

7PM

1:30PM Red CLOSES 7:30PM History*

THURSDAY

FALL CURTAIN TIMES

SUPERHEROES DAY CAMP

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CREATIVE MOJO ADULT DAY CAMP

1:30PM Red 7:30PM Watson*

1:30PM Reading!* 2:30PM SUPERHERO SUMMIT*

1:30PM Red 7PM History TALK* 7:30PM History*

DESSERT AFTER

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7 7:30PM Scoundrels

7:30PM Red 10:30PM Boomtown OPENS*

7:30PM Scoundrels

2016 GALA

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16 7:30PM History*

LOCAL DISCOUNT

ULTIMATE STAGE COMBAT CAMP

1:30PM Red 7:30PM Watson*

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MONDAYS ARE DARK

JULY

6PM

7:30PM Scoundrels

PLAYWRIGHT CHAT BACK AFTER

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5 1PM History TALK* 1:30PM History* 7:30PM Scoundrels

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OPENS

7:30PM History OPENS*

1:30PM Scoundrels 7:30PM Scoundrels

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17

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11AM MAINSTAGE TOUR 1:30PM Scoundrels

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29

SUPERHEROES DAY CAMP

1PM Watson TALK* 1:30PM Watson* 7:30PM Red

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7:30PM Scoundrels

ULTIMATE STAGE COMBAT CAMP

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1PM Watson TALK* 1:30PM Watson*

CELEBRATION

5:30PM OPENING NIGHT

POETRY, STORIES AND SONG*

PARTY

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17

CHAT BACK AFTER

7:30PM MINING THROUGH

7:30PM Scoundrels

1:30PM Red 6PM LAKE CITY FRIENDS

1:30PM Reading!* 7:30PM Watson*

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1:30PM History* 7:30PM Red

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7:30PM Red

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16 1:30PM Red

11 1:30PM Watson* 7:30PM Red

SEPTEMBER

JUNE

19

MONDAYS ARE DARK

12 1:30PM Red

10 1:30PM Reading!* 7:30 Red

1PM Watson TALK* 1:30PM Watson*

AUGUST

1:30PM Watson CLOSES*

TASTE OF CREEDE

WEDNESDAY 1:30PM History* 7:30PM Red

DESSERT AFTER

28

7:30PM Red

LOCAL DISCOUNT

2

7:30PM Scoundrels

MONDAYS ARE DARK

MAY

29 7:30PM Watson*

THURSDAY 19

shows

10:30AM Reading!*

1:30PM Reading!*

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WEDNESDAY 18

MONDAYS ARE DARK

SUNDAY

2016 schedule our 51st season

Ask for our senior discount! As a Blue Star Theatre, CRT offers discounts to active military, their immediate family, and veterans!

The (curious case of the) Watson Intelligence The History Room Reading! And Other Superpowers Boomtown The KID Show

Bringing the Whole Family?

All ages are welcome at Reading! And Other Superpowers and The KID Show. Children four and over are welcome to all our season shows, though some are intended for adult audiences. See our Box Office staff for recommendations.

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the plays

See schedule for dates and times

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

Book by Jeffrey Lane Music and Lyrics by David Yazbek Based on the film written by Dale Launer and Stanley Shapiro & Paul Henning Rated PG / June 24 – Aug 13 Lying, cheating, double-dealing, and utterly hilarious! Based on the popular 1988 film, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels is a con-man comedy set on the French Riviera. There’s Lawrence Jameson, a stylish swindler portraying a foreign prince to get his hands on ladies’ jewels; and Freddy Benson, a scruffy fraudster, who collects donations towards his “grandmother’s” hip-replacement. The tiny French town isn’t big enough for the both of them, so the first to swindle $50,000 from the beautiful heiress, Christine Colgate, can stay, while the other must ship out. This battle of cons will keep audiences laughing on the edge of their seats while humming David Yazbek’s delightfully jazzy score.

Kind of Red

World Premiere by John DiAntonio Rated PG / June 3 – Aug 28 Creede Rep’s favorite redhead stars in this laugh-out-loud farce. When Rick, a professional jazz trumpet player, has hit rock bottom—he’s off the wagon, every note he plays sounds wrong, and his former fiancée is marrying a neurosurgeon—he sends a desperate prayer to Saint Lucia for guidance. The universe sends him another memorable redhead to transform his life into a chaotic, hilarious, 1950s sitcom. Kind of Red explores the desire for fame, the passion of performance, and the longing for connection.

The History Room

World Premiere by Charlie Thurston Rated PG-13 / July 1 – Sept 15 We should always keep our promises, right? In this dark, fantastical comedy, Steve made a promise to kill his best friend Helen if she descends into dementia like her mother. Now, 20 years later, he must choose - navigating the many faces of Helen’s illness, her stubborn caregiver husband, her estranged daughter, and the ghost of his own son who is hell-bent on Steve doing the bloody deed. With breathtaking moments of magical realism, The History Room explores honor, loss, the integrity of memory, and who should decide how it ends.

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The (curious case of the) Watson Intelligence

by Madeleine George Rated R / May 27 – Aug 14 What do Sherlock Holmes, Alexander Graham Bell, and  “Jeopardy!” all have in common? Watson. Spanning the years 1876 to 2011, this provocative three-actor tour de force finds the answers to life’s mysteries in different likenesses of Watson— Sherlock’s steady sidekick, Bell’s trusty engineer, IBM’s supercomputer that triumphed over the two reigning  “Jeopardy!”  champs, and a deceptively ordinary tech support grunt. One actor embodies them all in this brilliant, boldly-theatrical, time-traveling, techno-drama. The (curious case of the) Watson Intelligence will leave you pondering the complex connections that join man to machine and human to human.

Private Lives

by Noël Coward Rated PG / Aug 19 – Sept 17 Glitz, glamour, and laughter abound in Noël Coward’s timeless masterpiece, Private Lives. The sophisticated, charming, and impulsive Elyot and Amanda are honeymooning in the South of France, but there’s a catch: the couple divorced five years ago, and this time they’re honeymooning with their new spouses. A shared balcony, new emotions, old arguments, and lots of champagne overflow in this classic, witty comedy. CRT will emphasize the power of rep by having the four leads trade roles in alternating performances.

Reading! And Other Superpowers

Book and Lyrics by John DiAntonio Music by Richard Rischar Rated G / May 14 – Aug 11 Reading! And Other Superpowers tells of the adventures of Nicolás, a young superhero in training. He is taught and assisted by a collection of colorful and larger-than-life characters. Will Nicolás hone his superpower in time to defeat his nemesis, the dreaded Captain Cliffnote? This family-friendly, action-packed musical emphasizes literacy and vocabulary, and will get all superheroes cheering on their feet!

Boomtown

Explosive Improv Comedy Rated PG-13 / July 8 - Sept 16 This year marks Boomtown’s 10th season! Like a fine wine, CRT’s improv-comedy show gets more robust every year. This decade promises the kind of tasteful, full-bodied laughs that improv has to offer. But as with all 10 year-olds, don’t be surprised by the occasional nose picking, temper tantrums, and food fights.

behind the curtain See schedule for dates and times

Company for Dinner

Make your night out extra special when CRT company members join you and your friends for a meal before the play. Call now to set your date!

Dessert Club

$15 / Mainstage Lobby Share drinks and dessert with the cast and technicians after select performances of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.

Jazz Club $15 / Mainstage Lobby Our lobby will transform into Birdland at 9,000 feet after select performances of Kind of Red. Mingle with the cast while sipping specialty cocktails as the CRT Band plays your favorite jazz standards.

at a glance Backstage Tour $2 It’s a whole other world back there! CRT company members reveal the tricks of the trade, the colorful history of CRT’s Mainstage, and much more! Pre-show Talks

FREE! Join us for juicy insights into the show you are about to see. Arrive 35 minutes before show time at select performances.

Chat backs

FREE! Stick around after select performances as the actors and technicians answer your burning questions and share fascinating stories.

Want to organize a special Behind the Curtain opportunity for your group? Contact John DiAntonio at 719-658-2540x229 or john@creederep.com.

special events

Season Art Poster Unveiling

May 27 / 6:30 pm / FREE Buy your 2016 Season Art Poster early! Join CRT for the unveiling of the stunning 2016 Poster before the opening of The (curious case of the) Watson Intelligence.

16th Annual National Small Print Show

May 28 – June 27 / Reception May 28 / 4 pm Mainstage Lobby / FREE This juried exhibition contains over 100 small prints from fine artists across the country. Whether you collect or just appreciate, come celebrate this miniature medium.

Mining through Poetry, Stories, & Song

June 21 / 7:30 pm / The Ruth Join the Creede Historical Society for their 7th annual celebration of mining through poetry, stories, and song. All proceeds benefit the Creede Historical Society.

Opening Night Celebration & Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

June 24 / 5:30 pm / $80 Place your bets at Creede Rep’s opening night Roulette on the Riviera soiree. Don your favorite frock, nibble appetizers, drink and mingle amongst conmen and crooks in Creede’s Historic Train Depot before the opening of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.

Superhero Summit

July 8 / 2:30 pm / The Ruth / FREE (with a ticket to Reading! And Other Superpowers) Calling all superheroes! Join us as we plan how to save the planet. Kids should wear their favorite costume, as they test their super strength, and mingle with all their favorite Superheroes. All ages are invited to attend the most super performance of the entire summer!

Catching Air

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2016 CRT Gala / Old School Gym / July 17 / 6pm / $150

Join us for our major fundraiser of 2016. Expect thrilling performances inspired by the iconic and unforgettable rituals of growing up, silent and live auctions, and dinner provided by Arp’s Restaurant. All ticket purchases and donations are tax deductible and support Creede Rep’s mission to create excellent theatre for all ages.

Red Hot Patriot

August 17 / 7:30pm / The Ruth Award-winning actress Rhonda Brown sizzles as Molly Ivins, the brassy Texan reporter whose sharp-tongued humor and unabashed liberal journalism skyrocketed her to the national stage.

5th Annual Headwaters New Play Festival

August 26 / 11 am - 4 pm & August 27 / 10 am - 12:30 pm The Ruth / $25 Every new play has a journey. You can be a part of it. Attend readings of two new plays, as they aim for the CRT stage. Plus, see our original Young Audience Outreach Tour before it hits the road. Lunch included Friday.

The Big River Band Concert

September 2 / 7 pm / The Ruth / $25 Our favorite local band, The Big River Band, will play a benefit concert to raise money for new CRT sound equipment. Led by Courtney La Zier and featuring CRT guest singers, The Big River Band is going to rock the Ruth!

10-Minute Play Festival

September 6 / 7 pm / The Ruth / FREE Now in its third year, the company-generated 10 Minute Play Festival is one of the most exciting nights of the season. Six original plays inspired by a common theme starring our talented company like you’ve never seen them before. our 51st season | 9


very important!

2016 pre-show checklist

checklist

Before the start of the show, please review these very important items. Spend your pre-show moments with purpose: Cell Phone: silenced?

Director’s Note: perused?

Cough Drops: unwrapped?

Meaning of Life: solved?

Glass of Wine: savored?

Take Action: HOW?

Preshow Talk: attended?

…Simple: Art Requires Heart.

Fill me out and hand me off to the nearest CRT Box Office Employee.

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Invest your heart. We’ll do the rest.

enjoy the show

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The (curious case of the)

WATSON INTELLIGENCE

by Madeleine George

director’s note “What a very attractive woman!” I exclaimed, turning to my companion. He had his pipe lit again, and was leaning back with drooping eyelids. “Is she?” he said, languidly; “I did not observe.” “ You really are an automaton – a calculating machine,” I cried. “There is something positively inhuman in you at times.” Arthur Conan Doyle, “The Sign of Four”

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SIMULTANEOUSLY

Watson was the name of Sherlock Holmes’ fictional assistant and Alexander Graham Bell’s real one, as well as the IBM supercomputer that beat the human champions of the Jeopardy! TV show. Playwright Madeleine George has built an entire comedy on this coincidence. A finalist for the 2014 Pulitzer Prize, her play mixes the idea of “Watsons”—the integral though mostly overlooked partners in famous twosome teams—with the way technology affects our relationships with each other. Inspired by Tom Stoppard, The (curious case of the) Watson Intelligence is a linear story that goes up and down in time. George examines the fear of depending on another person and the allure of using machines to meet emotional needs. As it jumps around in time, it poses questions as least as old as when the telephone was invented in 1876. Think for a minute—what if your partner could foresee your every desire, sometimes before you, yourself, register its existence? Would you be content to allow him or her to monitor

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March 1876 The date of the first voice communication by wire.

your moods or would such transparency render you vulnerable beyond the limits of your tolerance? Would machines make better companions, because they are more consistent, than human beings? On balance, has technology helped human beings connect, or has it driven us apart? To me, The (curious case of the) Watson Intelligence is part love story, part break up story. Technology speeds forward, improving itself minute by minute, while human beings remain the same faulty, needy, lonely creatures, baffled as ever by the push and pull of love. Said George, “People wish they could be in love, but it turns out it’s really hard and painful.” I think it is right that this thoughtful, witty play kicks off Creede Repertory’s 51st season as it also nods to the past, reflects on the present and marvels at the future. It is an honor to give this play to you.

March 1891 Shortly after Watson’s return to Baker Street.

playwright’s perspective Madeleine George on The (curious case of the) Watson Intelligence “We’re living through a sea change in our relationship with objects. Our most cherished objects no longer seem inert and dependent on us, waiting breathlessly in an empty room for us to come and make them useful. Increasingly, our objects seem to dictate the terms of their own use, and we’re growing ever more dependent on them for our survival. The (curious case of the) Watson Intelligence is my attempt to puzzle out the problem of dependency – on devices, political institutions, and other people.  Dependency is, of course, an emotional paradox: we can’t be fulfilled without making ourselves vulnerable to love and connection with others, but we are bound at some point to hate the ones we love when they inevitably frustrate us, abandon us, or die. In our current technological moment, when nothing can’t be made faster, sleeker, and smarter, the temptation can be overwhelming to try to solve this problem with technology. After all, our devices are growing more person-like every day, and it seems like a more and more self-evidently awesome idea to merge the attentive, loving aspects of a human being with the intelligent, reliable aspects of a machine to get a perfect companion. This has been a tempting idea for as long as there have been machines; in The Watson Intelligence, two characters, one contemporary and one Victorian, both find themselves falling down the rabbit hole of this seduction. Unfortunately for my characters, though, inefficiency, incomprehensibility, and risk are in fact the meaning of human relationships, not their failings.”

One 15-min. Intermission Rated R

CREATIVE TEAM Director Scenic Designer Costume Designer Lighting Designer Sound Designer & Original Music Stage Manager Asst. Stage Manager

CAST

Merrick Eliza Watson

Christy Montour-Larson+ Amanda Embry Anthony James Sirk Jacob Welch Jake K. Harbour Devon Muko* Domingo Mancuello Joe Lehman* Kate Berry* Graham Ward

The (curious case of the) Watson Intelligence is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC.

*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.

George, Madeleine. (2013, September) Interview on The (curious case of the) Watson Intelligence. Retrieved from: playwrightshorizons.org/shows/ trailers/madeleine-george-curious-case-watson-intelligence/

a note on watson

Christy Montour-Larson

March 1931 Watson’s interview at Bell Labs.

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February-April 2011 The week of Watson’s Jeopardy! tourney, and after.

Bob and Kay Carel

On February 16, 2011, IBM’s naturallanguage-processing supercomputer, Watson (designed by a team of over twenty programmers and named after Thomas J. Watson, founder of IBM), beat the two winningest champions in Jeopardy! history.

On March 10, 1876, Alexander Graham Bell placed the first telephone call to his assistant, Thomas A. Watson, in a nearby room over roughly twenty feet of cable. The famous words of this first communication by wire: “Mr. Watson – come here – I want to see you!”

Sherlock Holmes is a fictional detective created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle who solved mysteries using his signature form of rational deductive analysis and the help of his friend and chronicler Dr. John H. Watson in London from 1887 to 1914.

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World Premiere!

KIND OF RED by John DiAntonio

director’s note I can’t express how delighted I am to have been asked to helm the world premiere production of Kind of Red. Having the opportunity last summer to direct Good on Paper for CRT gave me a first-hand opportunity to experience the magical relationship between the town of Creede and its resident theatre company. And so it is with great excitement that I return to Creede this summer to help bring to life the work of one of CRT’s greatest figures. For years, John DiAntonio has been part of the lifeblood of CRT, as an actor, playwright, improviser extraordinaire, and most recently, as its newly appointed Associate Artistic Director. The opportunity to direct the latest play of someone I consider a great friend and colleague is an incredible honor for me. In Kind of Red, John has created a sidesplitting modern farce, full of slamming doors, mistaken identities, wacky disguises, and even a trip through an alternate reality. As one might expect, the

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play is full of hijinks and hilarity. But beyond the laughs, Kind of Red also explores a question of great universal importance: how can each of us move towards becoming the best, the truest version of ourselves? Our hero, Rick Amadono, faces just such a dilemma. How will he choose between the life he longs for and the love he thinks he wants? How will he combat his own fears and insecurities to rise up and seize a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity? In his heartof-hearts, is he an artist… or just a guy with a trumpet? Lucky for Rick, he has an angel on his side. And this is no ordinary wings-and-halo type angel, but a manifestation of a cultural icon we all know and love. So strap yourself in for a roller-coaster ride filled with hot jazz and steamy salsa, laughs for the belly and love for the heart. And maybe just a little magic to hold it all together…

Stephen Weitz

playwright’s perspective John DiAntonio on Kind of Red I come from a family of engineers, accountants, and businessmen with retirement benefits and two weeks of paid vacation from their 9 to 5s each year. I pretend for a living. My wife (Caitlin Wise: the redhead) and I often comment on the fact that we don’t have “real” jobs. That’s not to say we don’t work hard, but our working day starts around noon and goes past midnight as we pretend to be someone else, say words that aren’t our own, and inhabit rooms that can be dismantled in an hour. I have some artist friends who pretend 24/7, but in my late 20s the little adult on my shoulder got louder and louder. It started as a whisper, but before long a Gregory Peck-sounding voice bellowed in my ear, “Grow up! What are you doing with your life, you unmarried, unemployed, unaccomplished, uncertain, unsuccessful, unconfident loser?!” The pressure built until I found myself at a crossroads. The 9 to 5 stable path called out “law school.” Another path, the freelance artist path, was enticing, but foggy, bumpy terrain. As I looked deep inside myself, somewhere below the left kidney, perpendicular to the pancreas, in a place even the greatest surgeons can’t see, lived a soul yearning for an opportunity to work hard and consistently as an artist, to embrace a community, and to start a family. Luckily for me there was a path both stable and artistic. I joined the amazing CRT staff, and in Robert Frost’s words, “It has made all the difference.” I was standing at that crossroads when I wrote this play. I lived in a dumpy 4th floor walk-up studio apartment in East Harlem. In fact, that picture of Caitlin in the show’s logo was taken on the fire escape with my phone. The rest of our “photo shoot” is below. See the red bricks behind her? That’s St. Lucy’s church, where I attended mass each Sunday. Part of the beauty of playwriting is the opportunity to put order and (if you’re lucky) meaning to the chaos of life. In this play, I got to put chaos to the chaos, and then hopefully throw in a dash of meaning. I hope you enjoy the ride.

Peggy Longwood Lamb

San Luis Valley Federal Bank

shows One 15-min. Intermission Rated PG

CREATIVE TEAM Director Scenic Designer Costume Designer Lighting Designer Sound Designer Stage Manager Asst. Stage Manager Trumpet Solos Choreographer

CAST

Rick Frank Esther Saint Lucia Rosalita

Stephen Weitz Patrick Rizzotti++ Anthony James Sirk Jacob Welch Becca Pearce Jean Egdorf* Lucas Bareis-Golumb Joe Montelione Ryan Hazelbaker John DiAntonio* Logan Ernstthal* Anne F. Butler Caitlin Wise* Mehry Eslaminia

Kind of Red is a World Premiere production of Creede Repertory Theatre’s Headwaters New Play Program.

*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.

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DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS Book by Jeffrey Lane | Music and Lyrics by David Yazbek

Based on the film written by Dale Launer and Stanley Shapiro & Paul Henning

The good con hAs 9 AcTs 1 the put-up 2 the play

3 the rope

Identify your victim.

Befriend him and gain his trust.

4 the tale

5 the convincer 6 the breakdown

Tell him the secret and how he’ll personally benefit.

7 the send

Get your victim recommitted. Make him invest more.

Make the persuasive pitch at the heart of your con.

Provide tangible proof that the scheme is legit.

Create a minor setback, in order to ascertain how far your mark is willing to go.

8 the touch

9 the blow-off

Take him for all he has.

Make a smooth exit.

David Maurer. The Big Con: The Story of the Confidence Man. New York: Anchor Books, 1999.

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Insights from The Confidence Game: Why We Fall for It…Every Time by Maria Konnikova

Why do we fall for cons?

“The real confidence game feeds on the desire for magic, exploiting our endless taste for an existence that is more extraordinary and somehow more meaningful. But when we’re falling for a con, we aren’t actively seeking deception – or at least we don’t think we are. As long as the desire for magic, for a reality that is somehow greater than our everyday existence, remains, the confidence game will thrive.”

What is the typical victim profile?

“We think we know the typical victim profile. We think we know what makes a mark. And we think absolutely wrong…when it comes to predicting who will fall, personality generalities tend to go out the window. Instead, one of the factors that emerges is circumstance: it’s not who you are, but where you happen to be at this particular moment in your life. If you’re feeling isolated or lonely, it turns out you’re particularly vulnerable. Likewise if you’re going through a job loss, divorce, serious injury, or other major life change, are experiencing a downturn in personal finances, or are concerned with being in debt. People in debt, in fact, are also more likely to fall for fraud that’s completely unrelated to finances, like weight-loss products.”

Famous Conmen

Frank Abagnale, as portrayed in Catch Me If You Can is a former check con artist, forger and imposter who, for five years in the 1960s, passed bad checks worth more than $2.5 million in 26 countries. He currently runs Abagnale and Associates, a financial fraud consultancy company and is a multi-millionaire. Charles Ponzi realised that he could buy foreign coupons at massively devalued prices (because of price fixing after the war) and then resell them in the US for a 400% profit. He began canvassing friends and acquaintances for money – promising them a 50% return in 90 days.

Jefferson Randolph “Soapy” Smith II was a con artist, saloon and gambling house proprietor, gangster, and crime boss of the 19th-century Old West. His most famous scam, the prize package soap sell racket, presented him with the sobriquet of “Soapy”, which remained with him to his death.

Creede, CO

One 15-min. Intermission Rated PG

CREATIVE TEAM Director Music Director Asst. Music Director Choreographer Asst. Choreographer Scenic Designer Costume Designer Lighting Designer Sound Designer Stage Manager Asst. Stage Manager Asst. Stage Manager Asst. Stage Manager Dance Captain

THE BAND

Pianist/Conductor Drums Bass Trumpet

CAST

Lawrence Jameson Freddy Benson Christine Colgate Andre Thibault Muriel Jolene, Sophia & Others Lenore, Nun & Others Renee, Maid & Others Croupier, Sailor & Others Maid, Cop & Others Hotel Manager, Waiter & Others

Charlie Oates Sarah Brett England Evan Blair Whitfield Ryan Hazelbaker Bethany Eilean Talley Mark Guirguis Anthony James Sirk Jacob Welch Becca Pearce Devon Muko* Jean Egdorf* Dana Stringer Domingo Mancuello Emily Van Fleet* Evan Blair Whitfield Anthony Fidyk Alex Brynildsen Matthew Rossmann Joe Lehman* Justin Barron Emily Van Fleet* Logan Ernstthal* Anne F. Butler Mehry Eslaminia Deanna Mazdra Caitlin Wise* John DiAntonio* Bethany Eilean Talley Chris Alexey Diaz

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI. MTIShows.com The videotaping or other video or audio recording of this production is strictly prohibited.

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Chuck and Kay Harbert

*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.

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World Premiere! The

HISTORY ROOM

playwright’s perspective Charlie Thurston on The History Room

CRT Acting Company 2006-2009

I first stepped foot in Creede May 2006 as an asymmetrically haired, painfully thin undergrad student, trying to figure out what it meant to be a professional actor. Danny Durkin, a legendary carpenter and change-over master at CRT, described me as “emo.”  Two summers later, beloved acting company member Christy Brandt said to actor Rebecca Gibel, when she confessed amorous thoughts towards me, “Are you sure?  He always seems a little sad.”  Well, Durkin and Christy, look at me now!  This angsty, slightly less skinny sad-sack wrote a play about Alzheimer’s and it’s funny!  You didn’t see that coming did you?  Oh, and an update on my romantic life (since I know you are all worried): I’ve tricked Rebecca Gibel into marrying me in Creede this summer.  Boom (town—I was a founding member)! I’m full of surprises. As is The History Room...

by Charlie Thurston

director’s note

Finding Humor in Hardship

“Our memory is a more perfect world than the universe: it gives back life to those who no longer exist.” Guy de Maupassant

At bedtime our children ask for a story. A “real” story from our lives. Not make-believe. They’re obsessed with hearing about the first day they met Grandpa, the time our daughter puked on me on an airplane, or the morning we discovered that our toddler son woke up and “baked” a cake for us in the middle of the night. For now, we are their memories’ keepers. The History Room relies on a shared memory between friends. Inspired by a real-life promise, Charlie Thurston’s new play asks us to consider the quality of memory. Rather than a fixed narrative, memories morph as they pass through the subjective lens of the witness, then morph again as that witness puts them through the filter of life experiences. Multiple witnesses mean multiple versions of the same event. When we cease to exist, either physically or emotionally, we rely on others to tell our stories, but those stories tell as much about the storyteller as they tell about us. We are all in this together.

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Kahlil Gibran wrote that, “Friendship is a sweet responsibility not an opportunity.” Whether you are a parent documenting the early years for your children or a best friend holding onto a final wish for a confidant, bearing witness to life comes with a great responsibility. As a theater-maker, I embrace the fundamental responsibility of an artist to connect people through others’ stories that somehow allow us to see through their lens or recognize something about our own. I find it fascinating that despite advances in technology, our most moving storytellers are still our living relationships: our family and friends. And in telling our stories, they become artists. Charlie and I want to thank the friends and colleagues who helped guide this new production to stage: CRT and Jessica Jackson for her bravery and faith in new work, our extraordinary cast, crew and designers for their pioneering spirit and you, our audiences, for taking a risk on a new narrative about old friends.

Pesha Rudnick

Harrison, Theodore and James Augur

The History Room deals with some heavy subject matter: Alzheimer’s, death, and grief. But... It’s funny!  I promise!  I believe infusing this story with humor is essential for a couple of reasons.  As a witness of multiple generations of the illness in my family, I observed that, like all things in life, the pain and confusion is accompanied by laughter and absurdity.  The illness seems to make life for both the victim and the caretaker an existence of extremes.  The heartache is piercing and relentless, but the moments of joy are equally bone deep.  Secondly, I wanted to include laughter in my drama because I believe that for us humans our emotions are more tied together than we think.  Accessing one emotion makes us that much more likely to encounter another.  Experiencing joy, specifically the way our diaphragms are activated during laughter, wakes up our bodies and makes us more open to our darker reactions-- sadness, anger, and fear.  I assure you I’m not a sadist.  I want the audience to feel this full spectrum of emotions because they are essential to empathy and catharsis.  Alzheimer’s can make folks feel awfully alone. Hopefully, The History Room has the opposite effect.

shows One 15-min. Intermission Rated PG-13

CREATIVE TEAM Director Scenic Designer Costume Designer Lighting Designer Sound Designer Stage Manager Asst. Stage Manager

CAST

Steve Young Steve / Peter Young Helen / Jeanne Robert Helen

Pesha Rudnick+ Kathryn Kawecki Kathryn Kawecki Jacob Welch Jake K. Harbour Jean Egdorf* Lucas Bareis-Golumb TBA Graham Ward Kate Berry* Ron Clark* Christy Brandt*

The History Room is a World Premiere production of Creede Repertory Theatre’s Headwaters New Play Program. Pink Moon Written by Nick Drake Published by BMG Platinum Songs (BMI) o/b/o BMG Rights Management (UK) Ltd. c/o BMG Rights Management (US) LLC Used by permission. All rights reserved.

*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.

(bottom left) Christy Brandt in developmental reading at LOCAL Lab. (bottom right) Charlie Thurston & Jessica Jackson at talk-back following developmental reading at LOCAL Lab.


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PRIVATE LIVES

One 15-min. Intermission Rated PG

CREATIVE TEAM Director Scenic Designer Costume Designer Lighting Designer Sound Designer Stage Manager Asst. Stage Manager

by Noël Coward

CAST

Amanda / Sybil Amanda / Sybil Elyot / Victor Elyot / Victor Louise Noël Coward and Gertrude Lawrence in Private Lives, 1930.

director’s note Private Lives opened in London on September 24, 1930. The comedies of Noël Coward, with Private Lives foremost among them, involve delightfully unorthodox relationships. Coward’s romantic pairings were unapologetic relationships among equals. If you’ve experienced much theatre or cinema from this era, you’ll know how unusual this is. Various critics have tried to figure out why he wrote this way. Maybe it was because Noël Coward was gay. Maybe because he surrounded himself with fiercely powerful women like Gertrude Lawrence. I think it was because he was a good writer who loved a great fight. What fun is fighting with someone who can’t keep up? Private Lives is ultimately about the difficulty of sustaining love among equals. All the gorgeous clothes and bubbling wit are the sugarcoating that helps us swallow the bitter pill. Our feisty divorcees, Amanda and Elyot, are equals. When combined, they react like “two violent acids bubbling about in a nasty little matrimonial bottle.” As Amanda puts it, “Selfishness, cruelty,

hatred, possessiveness, petty jealousy. All those qualities came out in us just because we loved each other.” Coward’s hilariously cynical alternative? Find your inferior and marry that person. To continue the chemistry metaphor: a peaceful marriage is an inert marriage. Elyot tries to convince himself, while standing on the balcony with his new wife: “Love is no use unless it’s wise, and kind, and undramatic. Something steady and sweet, to smooth out your nerves when you’re tired. Something tremendously cosy and unflurried by scenes and jealousies. That’s what I want, what I’ve always wanted really. Oh my dear, I do hope it’s not going to be dull for you.” Luckily, Noël Coward can’t abide dull. In a dramatic happenstance that only occurs in comedy, Elyot and Amanda re-discover each other in adjoining terrace rooms, on separate honeymoons, in the South of France. Spectacular chemical reactions ensue!

Jessica Jackson

infamous chemistry

Emily Van Fleet* Caitlin Wise* John DiAntonio* Rick D. Wasserman* Christy Brandt*

Private Lives is presented by special arrangement with The Robert A. Freedman Dramatic Agency, Inc.

Noël Coward wrote the roles of Amanda and Elyot in Private Lives for Gertrude Lawrence and himself. Gertrude Lawrence was one of the most famous actors of her day and Coward, already a famous playwright, was also a very successful stage actor. So marvelous was their chemistry on stage that immediately upon opening Private Lives in London (1930), the two were known as “Noël & Gertie” for the rest of their lives. Coward wrote the script in four days while recovering from influenza on a trip to Shanghai. Upon finishing, he immediately cabled Gertie:

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Jessica Jackson Matthew Schlief Tatyana De Pavloff Matthew Schlief Becca Pearce Devon Muko* Lucas Bareis-Golumb

*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.

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BOOMTOWN Explosive Improv Comedy

a(nottoo brief) history ofboomtownat crt June 7, 1891 Nicholas Creede arrived at the Jimtown Camp in the hopes of starting an improv comedy troupe. Much to his dismay, he discovered the Holy Moses Mine instead, the biggest silver strike to date.

June 5, 1892 The night of the Great Fire! Boomtown Improv was packing the house. Jacob Cunningsnatch, a new addition to the Troupe, left the audience rolling in the aisle that fateful night with his infamous closing line: “Prospector? But I hardly know her!” During the curtain call, nine-yearold Bobby Fingercrank couldn’t see above the standing ovation. So he climbed one of the oil lantern posts, promptly sending it to the ground and Creede along with it.

May 9, 1892 Boomtown Improv is born. Word had spread that Soapy Smith was starting a stand-up comedy night at his Orleans Club. Nicholas Creede knew he had to strike quick. Financed by Bob Ford, the first ever Boomtown show took place at the Theatre Comique. Performing for five prospectors and a mule, Boomtown’s original improvisers – Nicholas Creede, Sammy “Toothless” Paddycake, and Timberline Gertrude (billed as Casper Needlestick for propriety) – pulled no punches. Word of the show spread fast…

August 7, 1927 It had been eight years since the last legal drink was served at a Boomtown show. That didn’t keep Shanny Coochierash from serving his famous Boomshine liquor out of the bathtub that lived beneath the wooden bleachers. Very little is remembered about this time; though one reviewer’s words have survived: “This den of debauchery has brought our town into bosom-proximity with the devil. During one Boomtown show, from which my soul shall never recover, one so-called improviser pantomimed fornication with another pretending to be a donkey. Or a monkey. It’s hard to explain. But it ain’t right, that’s for sure.”

April 10, 1899 After the fire, Boomtown fell into a seven-year dry spell. Alice “Funny Bone” Tuthersmith had the radical idea of bringing it back, much to the dismay of her husband, Icelandic Prospector, Nofun Tuthersmith. Donning a mustache and britches (so as not to besmirch her hysterical gender or the Tuthersmith family name), Alice took the stage with her brother, Tubbs Cockletit, in what became known as “The Rebirth of Boomtown.”

June 29, 1933 During the heart of the depression, while most theaters closed their doors, Boomtown flourished due to the low production cost: invisible props, sets and costumes, and, of course, the performers were never paid (a tradition that continues to this day.)

ShowDates 10:30 pm fri 7/8 fri 7/15 fri 7/22

10:00 pm sat 9/3 fri 9/9

May 8, 1945 One of the most famous nights in Boomtown history. When Sarah Brubbletin (the first ever woman to “legally” grace the Boomtown stage) asked the audience for a suggestion, Barnaby Hosselkus, the town sheriff, ran in shouting, “The War is over, the War is over!” It wasn’t until after the hourlong, war-based Boomtown set that the audience realized WWII had indeed ended.

fri 7/29 fri 8/5 fri 8/12

sat 8/20 fri 8/26

shows 70 min. show, 5 min. intermission Rated PG-13

CAST

Kate Berry Jessica Jackson Bethany Talley Graham Ward and more!

John DiAntonio Nathan Jones Emily Van Fleet Caitlin Wise

PRODUCTION CREW Tech Improviser Musical Improviser

fri 9/16

Scenic Design Lighting Design August 17, 1971 Mrs. Arthrite Ikhands, organist of the Creede Community Church, joined the troupe for the very first improvised song: a fun little ditty by Jenny Fullblow about a love triangle between a parakeet, a tiger, and Spiro Agnew. Sure enough, Mrs. Ikhands cut the song short due to vulgar content.

August 2, 1966 During the first summer of Creede Repertory Theatre, tensions were high between the gruff miners, artsy-fartsy KU actors, and well-established Boomtown Improvisers. Steve Grossman recognized the unstoppable force that was Boomtown and allowed his actors to join the fun. We all remember Lance Hewett’s side-splitting t-rex fight scene and the subsequent townwide brawl that raged the rest of the night.

November 16, 1983 John DiAntonio is born.

September 29, 2006 Jessica Jackson held Mo LaMee hostage in his office until he agreed to formally sanction Boomtown as a part of CRT’s season. 13 days, 9 hours, 23 minutes, 4 jars of urine, and 3 swat teams later, Boomtown was slated for its first “official” season the following summer.

July 2, 2007 Armed with a team of Rep Actors, Jessica Jackson leads the troupe into comedic battle and wins! Alice Tuthersmith and Sarah Brubbletin chuckle from their lonely graves up on the hill, basking in the sight of all the panted women and not a single fake mustache.

Jean Egdorf Evan Blair Whitfield Courtney La Zier Elizabeth “Biz” Grim Logan Foy

July 8, 2016 Boomtown opens its 10th and funniest season yet.

August 1, 2013 Dustin Bronson creates Creede’s favorite stripper with a heart of gold: Crystal. One of the first characters to make three appearances over the course of a season. Who will ever forget Crystal’s brilliant rhymes and heartwarming stripteases?

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READING! AND OTHER SUPERPOWERS Book and Lyrics by John DiAntonio | Music by Richard Rischar

back by popular demand! Last year’s Young Audience Outreach Tour was such a huge success that we had to bring it back for another season!

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WHICH SUPERPOWER WOULD YOU RATHER HAVE?

Flight or invisibility? Read an entire book in one minute or super strength? Earthquake sneezes or telekinesis?

shows 60 min. show, no intermission Rated G

CREATIVE TEAM Director Remount Director Scenic Designer Costume Designer Lighting Designer Sound Designer Stage Manager Spanish Translation Choreographer Fight Director

CAST

Nicolàs Papi, Victorioso, Mrs. Glass, Brad, Bookworm & Captain Cliffnote Children’s Book Illustration Children’s Book Narrative

Tosin Morohunfola Johamy Morales Emmy Weldon Tamara Carruthers Logan Foy Becca Pearce Dana Stringer Veronica Hernandez Bethany Eilean Talley John DiAntonio Justin Barron

Chris Alexey Diaz Celine Sutter John DiAntonio

Originally commissioned by Creede Repertory Theatre for the 2015 Young Audience Outreach Tour.

Talk to animals or speak every human language? Live forever or be able to freeze time? Be Wonder Woman or Supergirl? Be Batman or Superman? Be a Super Hero or Super Villain? Have a sidekick dog or a sidekick shark?

“It is a fun and thought-provoking program!” Angie Pelton, Teacher

CRT’s 2016 Young Audience Outreach Tour is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts. Art Works. The children’s book that each audience member receives after a Young Audience Outreach Tour performance are made possible by The Krueger Foundation. Thirst for knowledge, read for success!

“Get ready for the best performance of the year!” David Holycross, Teacher

“This production was something our kids will remember always.” Lisa Kirkwood, Teacher

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EDUCATIONPROGRAMS community outreach . CReaTe day camps . the KID show . young audience outreach tour

2016 young audience outreach tour Celebrating 33 years of bringing excellent theatre to schools throughout the Southwest! This program brings professional performing arts opportunities to rural and underserved communities by keeping performance fees low, and connecting to school curriculum. In addition, each student receives a free

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children’s book inspired by the play after the show, in support of our literacy endeavors. Last year’s show Reading! And Other Superpowers reached 20,245 students!

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Bodyguard! protector of the anatomy

¡Guardaespaldas! protector de la anatomía

YOUNG AUDIENCE OUTREACH TOUR

It takes a community to . . .

NURTURE, INSPIRE, CHALLENGE,EMPOWER, CRT’s education department believes that EVERY student has unique gifts and talents. Theatre is unparalleled in its ability to help individuals identify, explore, and share those gifts - and learn to celebrate the unique gifts of others.

community outreach Our Community Outreach Programs have provided many schools and organizations with educational theatre experiences through a variety of workshops or programs. Each workshop is developed and geared specifically towards the students in that community, exposing them to theatre and developing their theatrical technique. 28 | creederep.org

August – November / 2016 Colorado, Utah, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Arizona Target Audience: K-6

Diego isn’t feeling well and no one believes him. Except for Natalie. She’s willing to take a journey of microscopic proportions through his anatomy to hunt for answers. She’ll traverse the nervous system, swim through thebloodstream, and bounce on the brain.Is she a match for crazy bacteriaand wild viruses? Can she diagnose the illness before it’s too late?

bilingual (Spanish) musical as it explores anatomy, health, and science! Find out in this action-packed

Play, lyrics, and book by John DiAntonio Music by Alexander Tom Book Illustrations by Mallory Logan ARTISTIC TEAM

Director Choreographer Stage/Tour Manager Scenic Designer Costume Designer Music Director Sound Designer Spanish Translators Actors

Crystal Mercado Bethany Eilean Talley Dylan Nicole Martin Elinore Loomis Kate Mott Evan Blair Whitfield Becca Pearce Johamy Morales and Veronica Hernandez Deanna Mazdra and Justin Barron

Supported by The National Endowment for the Arts, The Krueger Foundation and The RLC Foundation. Developed under CRT’s Headwaters New Play Program. For more information visit www.creederep.org or contact Education Director Johamy Morales 719/658-2540 x227 or johamy@creederep.com.

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kidshow The KID Show program provokes the creative minds of local youth by placing them in a professional environment and encouraging them to play. All participants have the opportunity to learn and experience the process of a high quality theatre production.

Each summer we offer local students the opportunity to explore and develop their creative tools through hands-on experience mentored by professional teaching artists. This year we are offering 4 exciting Day Camps. For questions or more information about our Education Programs visit creederep.org/shows/education-programs or contact Education Director, Johamy Morales 719/658-2540 or johamy@creederep.com.

Ultimate Stage Combat

Rodeo and Juliet

Ages 8 - 12 / June 28 - July 2 10am - 4pm / Class Tuition: $220

Ages 12+ / FREE! Rehearsals: June 28 - July 13 Tuesday - Saturday / 10am - 4pm Performances open to all ages: July 14, 15 and 16 11am / Ruth Theatre

Left, right, perr y, en garde! Learn the secrets of stage combat. Fight Choreography is the safe way to create action for the stage and you can learn the tools. Sign up today! I challenge you!

Now in its 14th season, The KID Show program will debut an original piece co-written and directed by Emily Van Fleet and Nathan Jones. Take Romeo and Juliet, throw in bull riders, clowns, and trapeze, and you get one imaginative masterpiece. Join us for three weeks of poetic storytelling!

Stage Manager Choreographer Scenic Designer Costume Designer Lighting Designer Sound Designer

Emily Van Fleet and Nathan Jones Dana Stringer Bethany Eilean Talley Trevor Frederiksen Chelsea Sorensen Logan Foy Becca Pearce

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Super Heroes!

Boomtown Jr.

Find your inner superhero, and learn to hone your superpower through acting! Students will use their body, voice and mind to create their very own colorful super hero characters, which they will unveil at the July 8th Superhero Summit!

Do you love improv comedy? Members of Boomtown teach the fundamentals of improv, and reveal the secrets of CRT’s professional improv show. All students will attend a Boomtown performance. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity!

Ages 5 - 7 / July 5 - July 8 10am - 4pm / Class Tuition: $195

kids too!

Ages 13+ / July 19 - July 22 10am - 4pm / Class Tuition: $220

CReaTive Mojo

Ages 18+ July 26 - July 30 / 10am - 4pm Class Tuition: $250 In the mood to create, thrive, and reconnect with your artistic core? Then this is a class for you! Learn tools for creation and expression through a variety of art forms: writing, movement, collage work, and performance. It’s a boot camp for your creative soul. All artists are welcome at this invigorating exploration!


HEADWATERS:

New Plays of the West

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education To foster the development of new plays for CRT’s stages and beyond.

headwaters new play festival

national winter playwrights’ retreat

CRT’s Headwaters program is the source of new plays of the West. Over the last decade, one-third of all CRT productions have been original plays, and, like the Rio Grande, they all started at Headwaters. The two selected plays are developed over a weeklong workshop with a team of professional theatre artists, receive a public reading, and are considered for a full production in an upcoming CRT season. Our 51st season features two Headwaters’ World Premieres: Charlie Thurston’s The History Room and John DiAntonio’s Kind of Red.

December 5, 2016 – February 18, 2017 In partnership with HBMG Foundation and The Human Stage, Headwaters welcomes playwrights to Creede, Colorado’s winter wonderland for weeklong retreats. This winter, 30 playwrights from around the world came to Creede to exchange ideas, network, share feedback and encouragement, and, of course, write. Carolyn Krause, one of this year’s Festival playwrights, participated in the National Winter Playwrights’ Retreat.

This year’s festival features two dynamic new works:

Lone Riders By Carolyn Krause

2016 Headwaters New Play Festival August 26 / 11am - 4pm August 27 / 10am - 12:30pm

General Store By Brian Watkins

Your ticket includes both staged readings, lunch on Friday, and the opening performance of CRT’s bi-lingual Young Audience Outreach Tour that will later travel around the southwest serving over 22,000 students!

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New Plays for Young Audiences

10-minute play festival September 6, 2016

Every year CRT company members and alumni are invited to submit a “10 Minute Play” inspired by a common theme. Six plays are selected, rehearsed, and fully staged. Production is a crucial part of the new play development process; CRT resident playwright Steven Cole Hughes notes: “My plays have not been work-shopped to death at CRT; they’ve been produced. Playwrights learn more from that than anything else.” Now in it’s third year, the 10 Minute Play Festival is always one of the most exciting nights of the season. 32 | creederep.org

CRT’s belief in the power of theatre for young audiences is a huge part of Headwaters. Our Education Department commissions or develops an average of 2 new plays each year: The KID Show is a program that allows young artists to develop and produce a new play with professional mentors. Our Young Audience Outreach Tour travels 7,000+ miles every fall to bring a new play to underserved schools throughout the southwest. For more information, turn to pages 29 & 30.

Headwaters programming is made possible through generous donations by Jim and Irene Brown, and Pete and Lindsey Leavell, and The RLC Foundation. For more information, visit creederep.org/shows/headwaters. our 51st season | 33


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Join CRT’s

CRT is a unique and remarkable place. It operates with a balanced budget, serves thousands of loyal patrons, and offers a variety of programs that educate and entertain our community. In 2015, CRT’s outreach program introduced 21,130 students to theater, greatly surpassing the national average. After CRT’s many accomplishments in the First 50 Years, what is our focus going forward? We must build on our strengths. One of those strengths is consistently producing inspiring, high caliber theater. Sounds simple and yet it requires unwavering commitment, focus, and financial support. We have 50 years of a solid foundation. Now based on our Strategic Plan, we’re prepared to launch and grow multiple programs. The Plan serves as our guidepost to ensure that our programs and initiatives remain aligned to our Vision. As the Board of Trustees, it is our mission to gain even more support for the outstanding work of CRT. This support comes through many different channels: volunteering, in-kind gifts, play sponsorship, advertising, cash donations, and more. We ask each of you to “come along with us,” as we work together in our community to further the work of CRT. YOU choose the way! Sincerely, Mary Sculley CRT Board of Trustees President

Endowment Campaign! Invest in CRT’s future & ensure that we can: 1. Bring in the Best Artists and Administrators 2. Provide Engaging Education Programs for Young Audiences 3. Commission, Workshop, and Premier New Works 4. Improve and Upgrade our Facilities In 2015, we raised over $600,000. Help us reach our goal of $2 million by 2018. Contact Executive Director Cat Augur to learn more

719/658-2540 / cat@creederep.com.

Our 2016 Board of Trustees

Mary “Ironwoman” Sculley

President Dallas, TX and South Fork, CO

Mort “The Chancellor” Weir Senior Vice President Champaign, IL and Lake City, CO

Terre “Indiana” Jones

Vice President Fund Development South Fork, CO and Denver, CO

Elise “Da Hounds” Backinger Secretary Salida, Colorado

Jane “Domain” MacPherson Creede, CO

Mary Lee “The Outlaw” Pinkerton

Montrose, CO and Creede, CO

Vice President Board Development Santa Fe, NM

Rick “Mad Dog” Sloan

Past President Fairway, KS and Creede, CO

Dick “Laser Man” Powell

Michael “The Meat” Quint

Gary “Call me after April 18th” Kring

Steve “Fairy Godfounder” Reed

Lindsey “Take It To The Next” Leavell

Barbara “Ticket Taker” Taylor

Creede, CO and Denver, CO

Silver City, NM and Creede, CO

CRT Alum

Long-time Patron

San Francisco, CA

Del Norte, CO

Vice President - Facilities Iowa City, IA and Creede, CO

Jerry “Deep Dish” DeVault

Vice President - Finance St. Charles, IL and Creede, CO

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Diane “K’Not Fail” Knutzon

Littleton, CO

Sally Smith

Tucson, AZ and Lake City, CO

Santa Fe, NM and Creede, CO

David Cohen

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our generous sponsors

sponsors

Creede Repertory Theatre’s 51st season is made possible through the generous support of the following sponsors.

2016 CRT Board Of Trustees The 2016 CRT Board of Trustees are proud to cosponsor Kind of Red. The CRT Trustees encourage all theatre-lovers to support Creede Repertory Theatre so that we may ensure this special organization thrives well into the future.

Chuck & Kay Harbert Chuck and Kay have actively supported the theatre through the years, with Kay serving as a Board member from 2002-2008. Long-time play sponsors and fundraisers, they believe that CRT is an integral part of the Creede experience.

Antlers Rio Grande Lodge and Restaurant Bordering national forest on a secluded bend of the Rio Grande, Antlers is known for its premier trout fishing waters and offers cabins, rooms, and RV spaces to the public. At day’s end, come enjoy fine dining in a leisurely atmosphere at the Riverside Restaurant.

Colorado Creative Industries CRT is supported by a grant from the Colorado Creative Industries, which was made possible through an annual appropriation from the Colorado General Assembly and federal funds from the National Endowment for the Arts.

Creede Arts Council The Creede Arts Council is celebrating its Arp’s Restaurant 25th anniversary in 2016. Our mission is Arp’s restaurant is a proud partner to promote the arts and humanities in our of Creede Repertory Theatre. Arp’s community through education, exhibition is owned and operated by John Arp and performance while fostering local and Rhonda Brown serving delicious artistic talent. 2016 is also the inaugural year of our comfort food from around the world. Creede Sculpture Show. Arp’s is proudly celebrating their first full year of business in Creede. Thank you to our Creede Del Norte Bank community for your support! As a mutual bank, Del Norte Bank’s philosophy is to be Harrison, Theodore and James Augur TRUE to the community with an honest approach as a LOCAL financial Bob and Kay Carel institution providing necessary BANK products to individuals and businesses to facilitate community Bob and Dixie Slater success. True, Local, Bank. Dixie and Bob have enjoyed many years of seeing and supporting CRT. Their involvement has included First Southwest Bank serving on the Board, the Ruth Capital Campaign First Southwest Bank serves and, sponsoring interns. They are co-sponsors of The southwest Colorado in the San Luis History Room this season. Valley, Pagosa Springs, Durango and Cortez. We’re the bank with “capital Broken Arrown Ranch and Land Company ideas” to get you where you want to be. We can help Anne and Dale Pizel, owners of Broken you get there.™ Arrow Ranch & Land Co, LLC are proud be a sponsor for CRT’s 2016 production of John David Lentz Kind of Red. Anne and Dale have owned Memorial Fund and operated their real estate company in See Page 53. Creede for nearly three decades. During the ups and downs of being self-employed, they continue to support CRT as they value the light it brings to our community. Keep up the good work! 36 | creederep.org

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sponsors Jenna Ford Jenna is a former board member and long-time supporter of CRT. She believes strongly that CRT does powerful work in our region, and remains a champion of this unique organization. The Hitchcock Foundation The Eleanor and Henry Hitchcock Charitable Foundation is proud to support The KID Show for the 2016 season. Now in its 14th year, The KID Show is created and performed by local youth in collaboration with CRT professionals. The Hoglund Foundation The Hoglund Foundation has been a significant partner to CRT for well over twenty years. Personally and through the Foundation, the Hoglunds recognize the value of art in their community and are pleased to sponsor CRT’s 2016 production of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.

Rio Grande Angler A locally owned fly shop, RGA offers the highestquality fly-fishing equipment and apparel. We provide walk/wade and float trips on the Rio Grande and surrounding streams. San Juan Sports Open since 1974, San Juan Sports provides for all your outdoor sporting needs. As proud distributors of the finest outdoor products, San Juan Sports offers outdoor sporting equipment, clothing and shoes. Owners Michael and Amy McNeil, along with San Juan Sports staff, are proud to sponsor The (curious case of the) Watson Intelligence.  Please check out our new website and join our mailing list at sanjuansports.com.

Kip’s Grill Local favorite serving fresh juice margaritas, fresh baja tacos and wild game burgers. Enjoy our large patio and our 2nd story Sky Lounge with the best views in town!

San Luis Valley Rural Electric Cooperative San Luis Valley Rural Electric Cooperative, serving you since 1937, has been an ardent supporter of CRT for dozens of years. SLV-REC applauds the Theatre’s Krueger Charitable Foundation commitment to the arts and its patrons and is proud The Krueger Charitable Foundation’s commitment to sponsor Reading! And Other Superpowers. has been instrumental in supporting the literacy component of CRT’s Young Audience Outreach San Luis Valley Federal Bank Tour. Their gift makes it possible for CRT to give Since 1899 we’ve been serving a children’s book to each of our young audience San Luis Valley the banking needs of our members after every tour performance. We hand We’re happy to Federal Bank members. out close to 25,000 books each year because of the share some of our success with Krueger Foundation’s generous support. our community, and proud to support the amazing work of CRT. Peggy Longwood Lamb Peggy Longwood Lamb has been a part of the Creede National Endowment for community since 1939 when her parents bought their the Arts cabin at Spar City. She has witnessed this historic The 2016 Young Audience venue’s transformation from a movie house to its Outreach Tour is supported present use as the home of the Creede Repertory in part by an award from Theatre. Desiring to secure the financial stability of the National Endowment CRT, Ralph and Peggy Lamb established the Ralph for the Arts, Art Works. & Peggy Lamb Endowment Fund in 1994, paving the way for the creation of the CRT endowment. The leadership and vision of Ralph and Peggy will forever provide a rich cultural legacy for Creede and its community of visitors. 38 | creederep.org

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sponsors Shubert Foundation The Shubert Foundation is a national foundation based in New York City, dedicated to supporting the performing arts in the United States, primarily theatre companies and secondarily, dance companies. Texas Friends of CRT Since its creation in 2004, the Texas Friends have generously sponsored twelve plays at CRT and have remained significant supporters of the vital work produced on stage at the Creede Repertory Theatre.

Turning Aspens Massage Turning Aspens Massage is owned and operated by Joanna Johnson, an avid supporter of Creede Rep! Jo has been offering quality bodywork to the Creede Community since 2001 and continues to offer enriching education for her clients and other professionals.

Virginia Christensen Trust & the City of Creede As a means of celebrating the good times her husband Emil spent in and around Creede, Virginia Christensen bequeathed $3 million dollars to the City 719-658-2240 of Creede. As beneficiaries of the charitable trust, the Tomkins Hardware and Lumber City helps support recreational activities in the town Tomkins Hardware and Lumber through annual grants. has been located on Main Street since 1892. Under new ownership Wall, Smith, Bateman Inc. since 2011, Tomkins has increased offerings in both Serving Colorado since 1974, this the hardware store and the newly built lumberyard. preeminent public accounting firm is We carry everything that contractors and homeowners guided by our mission to help our clients need for projects large and small and our professional achieve financial success. We offer a full staff is always ready to advise and help you tackle any range of accounting services for individuals project. and businesses. 127 North Main

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GiveToday & GiveTomorrow A single gift is meaningful.

Over time, individual gifts create lasting significance.

Each year, your gift builds on our success.

To nurture our success each year or invest in lasting significance, complete your gift envelope today! For more information on where we need your gift most, contact Annual Fund Officer Sarah Wallace at sarah@creederep.com or 719/658-2540 x233.

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donors have more fun!

Our donors have kept us going for 51 incredible years. To say thank you and to show our love, we offer unique, exciting, personal benefits at all levels of support. Donor Benefits apply to gifts made between October 1, 2015 – September 30, 2016. Want to join the fun? Contact Sarah Wallace, Communications Director and Annual Fund Officer at 719/658-2540 x 233 or sarah@creederep.com.

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donors

CRT’s generous donors

Thank you for helping us celebrate 50 years of bringing excellent theatre to Creede! Gifts to Creede Repertory Theatre from January 1, 2015 – December 31, 2015

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Colorado Creative Industries Jerry and Karyn DeVault Chuck and Kay Harbert Peggy Longwood Lamb Pete and Lindsey Leavell Jane MacPherson Mary Lee Pinkerton Bob and Dixie Slater Bill and Teri Smith

designers $5,000 - $9,999

Anonymous Antlers Guest Ranch Bieber Family Foundation Jim and Irene Brown City of Creede Terrence and Polly Jones Jim and Diane Knutzon Mineral County Lodging Tax Tourism Fund Panel The RLC Foundation San Luis Valley Federal Bank Rick and Diane Sloan Sunny Valley Farms, Inc. Mort and Cecelia Weir

choreographers $2,500 - $4,999

Avery and Cat Augur Broken Arrow Ranch and Land Company Ann and Tim Cranor Creede America Group LLC Creede Community Foundation Community Banks of Colorado Downstream Gas & Mercantile First Southwest Bank Jenna Ford Joan Green Jeffrey Dr. James Harding Frank and Kathy Ikard The Kerr Foundation Gary and Jolinda Kring Carolyn Lamb and Steve Reed Pfizer Foundation Matching Gifts Program Michael and Lanette Quint Rare Things Gallery of Treasures San Juan Sports Tom and Michele Schrandt Bob and Sharon Seago Sheila Fortune Foundation Sally Smith and Donald Burns Paul E. Stone Tomkins Hardware Ron and Sandra Yates

stage managers $1,000 - $2,499

Charlene and George Ameel Tim and Diana Anderson Anonymous Elise Backinger and Kent Strickland Judith Blanch The Brandt Family Todd and Frances Bratton John and Carlyn Bryngelson Cheryl K. Burnet Bob and Kay Carrel Chris and Marjorie Corcoran Susie Davis Thomas and Shirley Day Stacey and Reed Dillon Tom and Linda DuBose ExxonMobil Foundation Farm Fresh Direct of America Debbie and James B. Francis Leo Geter Steve Hall and Bev Chapman Charles and Linda Hamlin Paul and Jennifer Harrison Hecla Charitable Foundation Warren Hemphill

Judy Hendricks Dale and Beverly Hettinger Ed and Paige Innerarity, Jr. Carol Krueger Dr. and Mrs. Robert Larkins Stan and Julie Lentz Larry and Pam Lewis Jim Loud and Jan Crawford Jim and Dorothy Lynch Mineral County Gary and Beverly Moore Larry Morgan and Julie Kushner Van and Anne Oliver Graham Phipps and Carol McEnroe Phipps Richard and Gwen Powell Marta and Steve Quiller Harold and Margaret Rominger Lynn Russell Mary Cay and Ward Russell Richard and Norma Small Dyan Sublett and Alan Echeverria Floyd and Bean Sulser Tom and Jane Swanson Edith Wilson Gary Yawn

Stephen Kiely David and Margaret Knowlton Amy Krueger and James Russell Phil and Teresa Lack Patrick MacDonald Skip and Kirsten Marter John and Betty Martin MDS Solid Waste Shelia D. Moore Norman Onnen Richard and Catherine Ormsby John Paysse Richard and Jean Ramstetter Lori And Shawn Reed Kristy Hoglund Robinson Jonny and Cynthia Rodriguez June Russell and Bob Ulrich Linda and Gary Sandstrom Tom and Karyl Scarlett Beach and Lee Ann Snyder Scott and Donna Souther Don and Ruth Ulm Robert Ulrich Brein and Julianne Ward David E. Willis Aurilla Woodburn

leading roles

supporting roles

Mary Henderson Williams and Ann Tom and Genny Basler Jean Bethke David Buffington Danny Cameron Martha Cannon Derrell Capes Carl and Marge Clark David and Robin Clark Scott and Gretchen Davis Doug and Ginni Davlin Paul Day-Lucore Ray and Ellen Deaver Michael and Shelly Dee Cheryll Faust Neal R. Fenter Raymond and Gerry Girod and Family Fred and Carol Grover Ed Hargraves William and Marlene Hayes George Hoffman and Lonnie Sweet Pamela L. Houston Inge Foundation Rick and Teri Inman Amy Jackson Nagle and Sandy Jackson Paul James Harold and Kay Kelloff

Margaret Acton Susan and Al Adams Gary and Kit Aguren Jonathan Allsup Sara R. Alt Jim and Jane Anthony Anonymous Adolph and Pat Assenheimer Rebecca Balding Robin Baldwin Joel and Pat Barker Paul Barnes Harold Brull and Myra Barrett David Basler and Amanda Keen Basler Mary Lee Beauregard Steve and Mary Beckham Howard and Peggy Berg John and Alice Berry Elaine Blumenhein Linda Bone Bob and Marilyn Box Robert Douglas Bradbury Rick and Carla Branda Bob and Robin Brobst Charles and Carolyn Brown Brown’s Septic Bill and Barbara Browning Tom and Pat Brummett

$500 - $999

$100 - $499

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donors David and Glenda Buhrmann John and Boone Bullington Fred Bunch Harlan and Robin Butt Jim and Karen Carns Tom and Dorothy Childers John and Joann Churchill Monty Cleworth Coffee on the Fly David Cohen Oral and Kathryn Cooper Jack and Mabel Cotton Jan Coyle Carrol and Susan Cross Todd Custer Becky Daggett Donal Daly Marty and Darlene Danko Tom Roe and Jen Darling Darren Ellisor and Family Kathy and Jim Dawson Mary Jo DePriest Anne McKinney Dehnisch Warner and Helen Dewey Rod and Sandy Deyoe Paula and Steve DiAntonio Kirk and Charlotte Dooley Patrick and Beverly Dooley Janell Dunsworth Wayne Edelman Sue Ehrgood Mary Susan Eldredge Barbara Elliott Janet R. Ellis Kathy and Ken Ellison Rick and Kathy Ellithorpe Janet S. Emmons and Tom G. Whitten Di and Jim Erickson Verdi Erwin Joyce and Tom Faris Bill and Tami Fassett Charles and Bear Ferris Marlene and Mike Fishman Betsy and Bob Flynn Vickie Ford Robert Foster Mike and Ann Fox Susie and Paul Franke Frank Fransioli and Eileen McGinnity Glenda Franson Friends from Albuquerque Peggy Friesen David and Lael Fruen Donald and Diane Fullrich Keith and Mary Gallistel Dennis and Carey Gardner Julia and Michael Garratt Sarah Garrett Fred and Sharon Gauthier David and Susan Geiger Dan and Peggy Gerlach Amy Getz

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Sarretta McCaslin John F. and Susan J. McClure Bruce McCrea Richard and Marilyn McCullough David and Elaine McDowell Natalie McLeod Heather Medure Joanne Mellett and Judy Hashem Paula and Jeffrey Menten Edward Merewether and Debra Bergerson Cheryl Milan Kay Milner Dan and Ali Mitchell Gary L. Mitchell James Mobberley and Laura Moore Monte Vista Rotary Shari Morey Lacey John and Janet Mulay Dot and Barney Mulligan Jackie Murrah Dave and Zoe Myers Ken and Carolyn Nall Pat and Jim Nelson David and Molly Niven K. Nixon Kathy and Jim Nolan Roger Nolan North Face Lodge Thadd Northam JB and Chesta Norton John and Diane O’Dea Kelli and Albert O’Leary Charlie Oates Rita Odom and Clyde Dooley Jan Oen Hal and Dot Olson William Pasma Catherine Pearson Glenn and Betsy Pense Jennifer Pepper John and Marti Peterson Bill and Carol Pierce Bill and Teresa Pippin Cara Pollard Pat and Jerri Pool Diane Post Katherine Pryor and Jim Peterson Sylvia Quint Jan and John Ramsay Michael and Evie Rapport Jack and Caroline Raymond Jim and Pat Rhinehart Ron and Jennifer Roberts Joyce Robinson Konrad and Brenda Rock Malcolm R. and Joan Rodger Dick and Mary Ann Rogers Sterling and Erline Roig David Ross Max and Alice Royalty Neil and Elise Rudolph Mark S. Rye

Erik and Beverly Sandvik San Luis Valley Rural Electric Cooperative Helen Scott Santilli Chuck and Lucy Sargent John Savage Mary Lou Schleher Kent Schlundt Jim and Carol Schroeder Alan and Gail Schwartz Jerry and Brenda Sessions Gretchen and D. Dale Shaffer Bob and Bonnie Siddons Marty Siemion Deborah S. Singer Barb Smith Jay Smith and Jenny Leavell John and Martha Smith William D. Smith Edward and Donna Spray Elizabeth and John Steele Mike and Lynn Surovik Ken and Janet Taht Sandy Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Floyd and Karen Tempfel Tommy and Kathy Thompson Chuck and Barbara Tidd Bill and Clarice Tidyman David and Mary Tilney Tony and Betty Touchon Kim and Yen Touysinhthiphonexay Pamela and John Tumler Olin and Jessica Tunnell Allen and Judith Valentine Phyillis Vandehaar Jim Vandever Tim and Jerrye Van Leer Steven and Karla Van Treese Phil and Carolyn Virden Debbie Wagner Bettye Wallace Mike and Kay Warrick Kay O. and Janice R. Watkins Frederick H. and Michele May Winston Jane Wise Rod and Sandy Wisley Patrick and Andrea Woods The Wright Family Jack and Judy Wright Ronnie and Anita Wright Steve and Valinda Yarberry Manuel Zarate and Ann Pittman Nancy Zeller

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755 generous donors gave $99 or less, totaling a whopping $14,352.83! Thank you!

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Carolyn Lamb and Steve Reed Kathryn Lancaster Pete and Lindsey Leavell Jane MacPherson Natalie McLeod The John David Lentz Memorial Fund Mary Lee Pinkerton William and Theresa Pippin Dick and Gwen Powell Michelle and Damian Richardson Pat and Mary Sculley

Rick and Diane Sloan Bill and Teri Smith John and Martha Smith Jay Smith and Jenny Leavell and Family Tom and Jane Swanson Anthony Touchon Mort and Cecelia Weir Michael and Roni Wisdom Ron and Sandra Yates

ralph and peggy lamb endowment fund Desiring to secure the financial stability of CRT, Ralph and Peggy Lamb established the Ralph and Peggy Lamb Endowment Fund in 1993, paving the way for the creation of CRT’s endowment. The leadership and vision of Ralph and Peggy will forever provide a rich cultural legacy for Creede and its community of visitors. Peggy Longwood Lamb contributes to the Endowment Fund annually and also generously supports CRT through a play sponsorship.

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