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2014/15 ANNUAL REPORT


2014/15 BOARD OF TRUSTEES Daniel L. Ritchie, Chairman

2014/15 IMPACT

Donald R. Seawell, Chairman Emeritus William Dean Singleton, Secretary/Treasurer Robert Slosky, First Vice Chair Margot Gilbert Frank, Second Vice Chair Dr. Patricia Baca Joy S. Burns Isabelle Clark

931,019 VISITORS

ANNUAL INCREASE OF 22%

Navin Dimond L. Roger Hutson W. Leo Kiely III Mary Pat Link Trish Nagel Robert C. Newman Hassan Salem Richard M. Sapkin Martin Semple Jim Steinberg Ken Tuchman Tina Walls Lester L. Ward Dr. Reginald L. Washington Judi Wolf Sylvia Young 2014/15 HONORARY TRUSTEES

GROWTH IN ENGAGEMENT FY2015 VS FY2014

+440%

OFF-CENTER ATTENDANCE 8,989

+28%

EDUCATION PARTICIPATION 83,908

Jeannie Fuller Glenn R. Jones M. Ann Padilla Cleo Parker Robinson

+11%

SATURDAY NIGHT ALIVE PROCEEDS $933,664

+203%

KIDS’ NIGHT ON BROADWAY 11,290

2014/15 HELEN G. BONFILS FOUNDATION BOARD OF TRUSTEES Lester L. Ward, President Martin Semple, Vice President Judi Wolf, Secretary/Treasurer Donald R. Seawell, President Emeritus W. Leo Kiely III Daniel L. Ritchie William Dean Singleton Robert Slosky Jim Steinberg Dr. Reginald L. Washington 2014/15 SENIOR MANAGEMENT Scott Shiller, President & CEO

+25%

BACKSTAGE TOUR PARTICIPATION 3,879

+10%

THEATRE COMPANY PAID CAPACITY

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+26%

HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL THEATRE PARTICIPATION 5,529

+105%

COLORADO NEW PLAY SUMMIT ATTENDANCE 2,314

Clay Courter, Vice President, Facilities & Event Services John Ekeberg, Executive Director, Broadway Vicky Miles, Chief Financial Officer Jennifer Nealson, Chief Marketing Officer Kent Thompson, Producing Artistic Director, Theatre Company Charles Varin, Managing Director, Theatre Company David Zupancic, Director of Development Trustees & management as of June 30, 2015

Cover: Beth Malone, John Scherer, Michael Halling and Gregg Goodbrod in The Unsinkable Molly Brown Photo by Jennifer M Koskinen


CHAIRMAN’S LETTER

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Fiscal year 2015 was all about “new” at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) — new faces, new programs and new partnerships. As we strive to be the nation’s most engaging theatre organization, it’s rewarding to look back and realize that more than 931,000 guests have enjoyed our shows, classes and events. It’s even more rewarding to think how many new faces experienced theatre for the first time. Speaking of new faces, I announced plans to split the roles of DCPA Chairman and Chief Executive Officer in June 2014, starting an international search for a new President and CEO. Nearly 12 months later, Scott Shiller joined us from Miami filled with enthusiasm, a fresh perspective and the experience to turn the global spotlight on the DCPA. He is working with our seasoned Executive Leadership team to expand our reach, elevate our opportunities and engage more people in new and different ways. Scott plans to build on the firm foundation left behind by our late President and Broadway Executive Director Randy Weeks who passed away in Fall 2014. Randy redefined “Let’s get the show on the road” by transforming Denver into one of the nation’s premier Broadway touring destinations. He continues to be greatly missed and we’re fortunate to have found someone equally dedicated to pushing the theatrical envelope. On that note, we offered new and expanded opportunities for our guests all year long. Denver audiences were first in the US to see Pippin on tour as well as entirely new productions of The Unsinkable Molly Brown, The 12, Appoggiatura and Benediction. Plus, we added post-show discussions with Broadway casts, premium corporate entertaining options and a stripped-down, fueled-up approach to Shakespeare just for high school students. To get our community even closer to the art of theatre, we extended our Colorado New Play Summit to two weekends, expanded our high school musical theatre awards to include all of Colorado, and accepted more submissions than ever for our high school playwriting competition.

We focused on further strengthening our ties to our hometown. While we once offered only Festival-related training for schools, we’re now full partners on the annual Denver Public Schools (DPS) Shakespeare Festival. Along with DPS, we welcomed 5,000 children to our doorstep for what is the nation’s oldest and largest youth Shakespeare festival. You can read all about it (and much more, every day) at our online news center that provides coverage of both the DCPA and the Colorado theatre scene. It’s an innovative model that’s being lauded by our peers around the country. It was all about “new” this year — for us. Hopefully, as a guest, artist, partner or supporter, you realize that everything we do really is all about you.

Daniel L. Ritchie Chairman, Denver Center for the Performing Arts

DPS Shakespeare Festival Photo by Suzanne Yoe


ARTISTIC ACHIEVEMENTS PASSIONATE ARTISTS EXPANDING THEATRE’S REACH

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In a season of brand new works and returning favorites, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) welcomed 573,000 guests to 767 performances. From popular crowd-pleasers to quirky karaoke musicals, FY2015 continued to diversify our programming to engage ever broader audiences. Kicking off with the national touring premiere of Pippin and continuing into the next season with an extension of Defending the Caveman, DCPA’s Broadway and Cabaret team was on a roll. In fact, the number of subscribers hit a nine-year high with more than 15,000 packages sold, 29% of them new to our subscriber family in the last two years. Additionally, 31% of performances were sold out. Our Theatre Company also had a banner year. Each of the eight shows — including three never-before-seen productions — surpassed its sales goal. What’s more, attendance increased an average of 1,100 guests per production, increasing paid capacity by 10%. Popular titles such as The Unsinkable Molly Brown and Lord of the Flies were complemented by a brand new rock musical based on the aftermath of Jesus’ death, The 12, and the long awaited conclusion to Kent Haruf’s trilogy, Benediction. The largest growth this season was the expansion of our annual Colorado New Play Summit paired with an increase in offerings from our innovative testing ground, Off-Center. In its 10th year, we doubled the length of our Colorado New Play Summit and focused the opening weekend on the local theatre community. We invited Rough Draught Playwrights to curate the inaugural Local

THEATRE ATTENDANCE Broadway

Playwrights’ Slam and held workshops for aspiring writers with our Playwriting Fellow, Matthew Lopez. This was followed by an industry-focused weekend, which brought professionals and supporters from throughout the country. The public weekend sold out in record time and the event ultimately welcomed 105% more guests. Off-Center more than doubled its productions and, through a partnership with Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company and its SantaLand Diaries, quadrupled the number of performances, pushing attendance up 440% over the previous year. Off-Center had an average capacity of 95% of which 39% of participants were brand new to the DCPA. The group experimented with a loyalty program, text-to-donate opportunity and an immersive theatrical experience, which prepared us for a large-scale production set to open in May 2016. Aimed at millennials, this commission of New York’s Third Rail Projects is certain to be unlike anything Denver audiences have experienced. Watch for it in the new year.

# Subscribed Free/SCFD Total Paid Total Tickets Discount Tickets Attendance Attendance

16

175

74,805

4,277

386,575

Theatre Company

8

300

32,577

9,024

107,817

121,507

Cabaret

6

232

12,969

306

37,994

40,347

Off-Center

7

48

N/A

30

8,442

8,989

Colorado New Play Summit

4

12

N/A

N/A

1,375

2,314

41

767

120,351

13,637

542,203

572,955

DCPA TOTAL

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# Productions # Performances

Perception Photo by Adams Visual Communications

399,798


2014/15 PRODUCTIONS BROADWAY

THEATRE COMPANY

Annie Australian Bee Gees Show Blue Man Group Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella Dancing Pros: Live Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical Jersey Boys Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat Kinky Boots Hal Holbrook in Mark Twain Tonight Menopause the Musical Motown the Musical Pippin* See Jane Sing! Jane Lynch STOMP Wicked

The 12* A Christmas Carol Appoggiatura* Benediction* William Golding’s Lord of the Flies One Night in Miami… The Unsinkable Molly Brown Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike

CABARET Annaleigh Ashford — Lost in the Stars The Bicycle Men Defending the Caveman Drag Machine Forbidden Broadway: Alive & Kicking! You Say Tomato, I Say Shut Up!

OFF-CENTER Cult Following: Karoke Musical* Cult Following: Pirate Ship* Cult Following: Secrets & Confessions* Kick-Off Cabaret* Lord of the Butterflies* Perception* The SantaLand Diaries

COLORADO NEW PLAY SUMMIT FADE Holy Laughter The Nest The There There *Premieres and original works

Total Ticketed Attendance

572,955 Broadway Subscribers at 9-year High

15,000+ 11

Henry Awards including Outstanding Season Nik Walker, Morocco Omari and Jason Delane in One Night in Miami… Photo by Jennifer M Koskinen

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YOUTH & FAMILY ENGAGEMENT ELEVATING STUDENTS THROUGH THEATRE EDUCATION

Photo by Brian Landis Folkins

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As with every new school year, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) took the opportunity to refocus, refine, elevate and expand our theatre education programs. Recognizing that children who are exposed to the arts perform better in school, we maintained popular programs, expanded successful models and created new curriculum to elevate critical thinking and inspire future leaders. All in all, we served more than 72,500 youth and their families through 568 school interactions, instruction and theatre-inspired events. In addition to continuing our ongoing classes for children and teens, we welcomed more than 14,000 students to our Student Matinees. Many of these young guests attended one of 17 performances of Lord of the Flies, which was selected specifically to speak to middle and high school audiences. For students who couldn’t attend one of these field trips, we offered Student Rush tickets. The resulting 340% spike in sales proves that the appetite for theatre in our young audiences is growing. We also expanded three relatively new programs. We offered five Kids’ Night on Broadway events, which, with the purchase of one adult ticket, included pre-show activities plus a free ticket. More than 11,000 family members participated — a 200% increase in this single program. Furthermore, we greatly expanded both of our High School competitions. First, our

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High School Playwriting Competition doubled submissions, readings and attendance at the public performance of the winning play. Secondly, we took our Bobby G High School Musical Theatre Awards competition statewide. Thirty schools from throughout Colorado entered and were given professional adjudication, in-school workshops and an invitation to attend the awards ceremony in The Buell Theatre. In the Spring, we launched two new high-profile education initiatives. With generous support from Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, Shakespeare in the Parking Lot took the Bard on the road…literally. Actors performed an adaptation of Romeo and Juliet from a pickup truck for high school students. It was urban, it was raw and it was instantly relatable. The actors then held in-class workshops that connected the performance to everyday life. This pilot project will expand to two sessions in Fall and Spring of FY2016. Additionally, the DCPA built upon our decades-long relationship with Denver Public Schools. What started as a series of in-school workshops to prepare students and teachers for the nation’s largest youth Shakespeare Festival became a full-blown partnership for 5,000 students right on our doorstep. We are ready with ideas on how to expand upon the success of this mutually beneficial partnership.


SCHOOL PROGRAMS

# Schools Served

# Events & Workshops

1

12

60

14

31

1,335

1

23

153

70

22

5,551

124

259

12,355

N/A

N/A

733

Broadway League Grant for Cinderella Career Readiness Creative Classroom Collaborative DPS Shakespeare Festival Dramatic Learning eShakespeare Distance Learning

# Participants

High School Musical Theatre Competition

30

57

5,529

High School Playwriting Competition

45

147

3,456

1

12

600

Shakespeare in the Parking Lot STArt Workshops

17

28

409

Student Matinees

265

30

14,242

Student Talkbacks

above

30

10,283

568

651

54,706

TOTAL

YOUTH/FAMILY PROGRAMS

# Events

Child Class Performances

# Participants

13

766

125

1,643

Family Days at Theatre Company*

3

354

Family Fun Forum

3

532

Kids’ Night on Broadway*

5

11,290

Student Nights*

8

333

N/A

885

Child/Teen Classes

Student Rush Tickets* Teen Class Performances TOTAL

23

2,011

180

17,814

*Note: Total visitors on page 2 omits Youth/Audience events that included a theatre ticket to avoid double counting.

Student Rush Attendance

up 340%

NEW Shakespeare in the Parking Lot

600 Served

Youth Playwriting Submissions

up 111%

Education Scholarships

$151,476

Shakespeare in the Parking Lot production of Romeo and Juliet Photo by John Moore

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AUDIENCE ENGAGEMENT & ADULT EDUCATION THEATRE BUILDS RELATIONSHIPS FOR LIFE

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Being the most engaging theatre organization in the nation means having plenty of programs that stimulate participation. To better reflect the growing interests of our community, we expanded some programs and launched other entirely new opportunities to attract diverse audiences to the Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA). While our Adult Education classes continued to be a popular choice for aspiring and professional actors in our community, we saw the biggest gains — 35% growth — in our Corporate Training program for active business professionals. This, paired with new opportunities for corporate entertaining, connected the craft of theatre with businesses throughout Denver’s vibrant downtown. Several other programs also gained momentum including our select performances for the blind/low vision and Deaf/ hard of hearing communities, which saw a 166% increase in attendance. Additionally Theatre Thursday (social hours paired with a show), which started as a pilot program in FY2014, offered eight occasions this season. And based on the success of our popular Theatre Company Talkback discussions, which enjoyed a 17% growth rate, we also offered post-show Talkbacks following 13 Broadway shows to 2,200 guests. Nurturing relationships with our patrons is largely dependent on our invaluable core of volunteers who guided more tours, assisted more patrons and led us to a record-setting year in fundraising. Our continued success is largely thanks to 600 volunteers who, collectively, donated more than 22,000 hours to benefit the DCPA. We are truly grateful. To deepen the connection with our audience, we launched a new mobile-friendly website in October. After welcoming nearly 2 million users in its first nine months, the new site won TelerikSitefinity’s website of the year award. A major component of the new site was the integration of our former blog. Now a robust news portal, the DCPA’s News Center provides daily content on productions, events, classes and the broader theatre community through articles, photos, video, podcasts and guest commentary. Since its inception, 162,717 visitors have turned to the News Center as their source for both local and national theatre information. It is fast proving to be a national model for arts organizations throughout the US.

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VOLUNTEER SERVICE

Hours Served

# Participants

Board of Trustees

832

26

Denver Center Alliance

772

193

Education

644

8

Library

720

8

Team-OFF

140

10

Tour Ambassadors Ushers Young Professionals Advisory Board TOTAL

Photos by Adams Visual Communications

783

18

18,036

325

200

10

22,127

598


AUDIENCE DEVELOPMENT

# Events

Accessible Performances* Fourth Wall* Military Appreciation* News Center

# Participants

27

531

4

252

1

102

N/A

162,717

Page to Stage Discussions

6

357

Page to Stage Distance Learning

6

1,580

Perspective Seminars

7

495

SCFD 10 for $10*

N/A

3,179

Social Media Followers

N/A

61,509

44

5,684

8

340

Ticket Donations*

N/A

3,614

Tours

268

3,272

VIBE*

7

182

378

243,814

Talkbacks (Broadway, Cast, Higher Ed, Theology) Theatre Thursdays*

TOTAL *Note: Total visitors on page 2 omits Youth/Audience events that included a theatre ticket to avoid double counting.

ADULT EDUCATION Adult Performances Classes

# Events & Classes

Professional Development Enrollment

up 35% NEW Broadway Talkbacks

2,200 Served

# Participants

16

839

112

1,103

Corporate Training/Professional Development

120

937

TOTAL

248

2,879

Volunteer Hours Valued at

$565,000* * Independent Sector 2014 value of a volunteer hour in Colorado: $25.68

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SPECIAL EVENTS & EXTRAORDINARY SUPPORT INNOVATIVE EXPERIENCES AND MOMENTOUS OCCASIONS

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It was an extraordinary year for bookings and benefits at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA). Our Event Services team hosted an increasing number of events in the Seawell Grand Ballroom, Directors Room and theatres, greeting nearly 70,000 guests at galas, product launches, weddings, corporate meetings and much more. Add to that the use of our Education department’s theatre and rehearsal spaces, and you could feel the activity level at an all-time high. One of those special events was our own Saturday Night Alive. This annual blacktie benefit for theatre education hit a record high for donations, netting $934,000 in a single night. Additionally, net proceeds were up across the board at all of our major fundraisers, which were enjoyed by 3,000 guests. We renamed our popular golf tournament in honor of our late President. As a result, 70 players raised a glass and took a swing in the Randy Weeks Memorial Golf Tournament. Our other featured benefits were equally successful. We welcomed 14% more guests at our six VIP Evenings and increased net revenue at our Women with Hattitude luncheon by 64%. This popular ladies luncheon (plus a few gentlemen too) has grown steadily since its inception and benefits our Women’s Voices Fund, which supports the work of female playwrights, directors and designers in our Theatre Company. As part of our focus on connections with area business colleagues, we kicked off two new initiatives designed to showcase the DCPA as a vital contributor to Denver’s urban core. Our Corporate Club is a simple and free employee benefits program in which businesses with 100 or more employees receive discounts to our productions. In its first year, 108 businesses shared our programs with nearly 6,150 employees. Additionally, we invited select companies to join an exclusive Corporate Membership that offers “skybox luxury” for corporate entertaining: a perfect choice when you want the best of the best.

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Studio JK Photography


SPECIAL EVENTS Best of Broadway Society* Corporate Club*

# Events

Tickets Sold

Net Proceeds

# Participants

16

1,336

$442,300

167

N/A

6,144

N/A

108

Corporate Membership*

8

240

N/A

240

Directors Society*

8

1,152

$160,034

144

Golf Tournament

1

68

$46,451

68

Marquee Club*

5

470

$35,595

94

Saturday Night Alive

1

819

$933,664

819

VIP Evenings*

6

1,561

$100,965

1,561

Women with Hattitude TOTAL

1

566

$54,499

566

46

12,356

$1,773,508

3,767

EVENT SALES & SERVICES Ballroom, Directors Room, Theatres & Lobbies Education Studios & Theatre TOTAL *Note: Total visitors on page 2 omits Youth/Audience events that included a theatre ticket to avoid double counting.

Saturday Night Alive Hit All-time High

$934,000

Saturday Night Alive 2015 entertainers Jarrod Spector and Jessie Mueller Photo by John Moore

# Events

# Participants

246

69,982

41

1,974

287

71,956

Saturday Night Alive Women with Hattitude hit all-time high Proceeds

$914,000 up 51% NEW

Corporate Membership Premium Entertaining


SPONSORS & PRODUCING PARTNERS

THANKS TO OUR

INDIVIDUAL SHOW PARTNERS The 12 Singleton Family Foundation, Steinberg Charitable Trust, Daniel L. Ritchie Appoggiatura The Joan & Phill Berger Charitable Fund, Terry & Noel Hefty, Mike & Diana Kinsey, Karolynn Lestrud, Steinberg Charitable Trust

SUPPORT THAT MAKES INNOVATION POSSIBLE

Benediction Katy Atkinson, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, Edgerton Foundation, John & Jeannie Fuller, Jim & Lori Steinberg, Steinberg Charitable Trust The Bicycle Men Molson Coors

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A Christmas Carol Isabelle Clark, HealthONE, Macy’s

As a not-for-profit organization, individuals, corporations and foundations are essential to our success. Whether underwriting a play, including the Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) in estate plans or inspiring a budding actor, these donors not only impact our work but, by extension, the local arts community and the national theatre scene. Thanks to these partners, we engaged with more than 931,000 people in FY2015. Their gifts fuel new audiences; their interests spark our curiosity; their passions fuel our mission. Bravo.

SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR

Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella The Westin Denver Downtown Colorado New Play Summit Lee & Sheri Archer, Joy S. Burns, Leo & Susan Kiely, Robert & Carole Slosky, Steinberg Charitable Trust, Women’s Voices Fund, Daniel L. Ritchie Cult Following: Pirate Ship Molson Coors Cult Following: Secrets & Confessions Molson Coors Forbidden Broadway: Alive & Kicking! Molson Coors Jersey Boys Comcast Kick-Off Cabaret Molson Coors

SEASON PARTNERS

Lord of the Butterflies Molson Coors

CBS4 THE DENVER POST

Lord of the Flies Corley Legacy Foundation, Keith & Kathie Finger, Alan & Katie Fox, Margot & Allan Frank, Thomas D. Lookabaugh Foundation, Walter S. Rosenberry, III Charitable Trust, Alison & Jim Shetter, June Travis

LARIMER SQUARE SCIENTIFIC & CULTURAL FACILITIES DISTRICT STEINBERG CHARITABLE TRUST UNITED AIRLINES

Motown the Musical U.S. Bank

WELLS FARGO DANIEL L. RITCHIE Nance Williamson, Kathleen McCall, Zoe Delaney Stahlhut and Billie McBride in Benediction Photo by Jennifer M Koskinen

Cult Following: Karoke Musical Molson Coors One Night in Miami… Martin & Jo Ann Semple, Tina Walls Perception Molson Coors Pippin Comcast The SantaLand Diaries Molson Coors The Unsinkable Molly Brown Joy S. Burns, El Pomar Foundation, L. Roger & Meredith Hutson, Doug Morton & Marilyn Brown, June Travis, Marvin & Judi Wolf, Daniel L. Ritchie Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike Margot & Allan Frank, Robert & Judi Newman You Say Tomato, I Say Shut Up! Molson Coors

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THANKS TO OUR

SPECIAL EVENTS & MEMBERSHIPS SPONSORS 5280 Magazine AARP Always Best Care Senior Services The Anschutz Foundation Atlantic Trust Private Wealth Management BKD CPAs & Advisors Bank of the West Barefoot Wine & Bubbly Bella Calla Boeing Kay & Jim Burke Cherry Creek North The Robert Clark Family CoBiz Financial Colorado Oil & Gas Industry Colorado State Bank and Trust DaVita, Inc. Denver Center Alliance Denver Life Magazine The Denver Post Epicurean Group Faegre Baker Daniels Fairfield and Woods Fidelity Investments Keith & Kathie Finger Jack Fitzgibbons and Adrienne Ruston Fitzgibbons Forte Information Resources, LLC Margot & Allan Frank Hard Rock Cafe HealthONE Hilja Herfurth John Madden Company Leo & Susan Kiely William La Bahn Larimer Square Lufthansa MDC Holdings/Richmond Homes Macy’s Mariel The Millstone Evans Group of Raymond James Molson Coors Robert & Judi Newman Out Front Colorado PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Reign Magazine The Salah Foundation Stonebridge Companies Teocali Energy LLC Jerry & Debi Tepper Turner Morris, Inc. U.S. Bank The USAA Foundation United Airlines University of Denver Welborn Sullivan Meck & Tooley, PC Westin Denver Downtown

Student Matinee attendees

THANKS TO OUR

DCPA EDUCATION CONTRIBUTORS Anadarko The Anschutz Foundation Boeing The Broadway League CoBiz Financial Colorado Creative Industries Corley Legacy Foundation DaVita Faegre Baker Daniels Fidelity Investments Keith & Kathie Finger FirstBank Alan & Katie Fox Margot & Allan Frank IMA Foundation The Jeanne Land Foundation Kinder Morgan Foundation Lewis Myers Fund The Mabel Y. Hughes Trust MarkWest Energy Partners Newman Family Foundation Robert & Judi Newman Rollie R. Kelley Family Foundation Fund The Ross Foundation Scientific & Cultural Facilities District Stonebridge Companies Target June Travis U.S. Bank Walter S. Rosenberry III Charitable Trust Xcel Energy Foundation

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PRIMARY LOGO + VARIATIONS

We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of the following donors of $100 or more for activities July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015.

Primary Logo

One Color Reversed Logo

FLORENCE K. RUSTON AWARD FOR PHILANTHROPHY IN THE ARTS

One Color Logo

Gradient Reversed Logo - Web Use Only

Logo w/ Division

Minimum Size Requirements

$50,000-$99,999

2013/14 Hilja K. Herfurth

Colorado Public Radio

2012/13 Joy S. Burns

Comcast

2011/12 Diana & Mike Kinsey

Fidelity Investments Margot & Allan Frank*^

2010/11 Jim Steinberg 2009/10 Alison & Jim Shetter Minumum Width 2”

CHAIRMAN’S CIRCLE GOLD

Minumum Width .75” Maximum Width 2”

HealthONE

2008/09 Leo & Susan Kiely

The Joan & Phill Berger Charitable Fund

2007/08 Margot & Allan Frank

Leo & Susan Kiely*^

2006/07 Robert & Judi Newman

Molson Coors

Minumum Width 2”

Temple Hoyne Buell Foundation June Travis*^

EXTRAORDINARY GIVING Robert & Judi Newman/Newman Family Foundation*^ Daniel L. Ritchie* Citizens of the Scientific & Cultural Facilities District

The Westin Denver Downtown

CHAIRMAN’S CIRCLE SILVER

Womens Voices Fund

$25,000-$49,999

CHAIRMAN’S CIRCLE PLATINUM

Anadarko Petroleum Corporation

Always Best Care Senior Services

$100,000+

Anonymous Anthem Blue Cross & Blue Shield

Helen G. Bonfils Foundation

Atlantic Trust Private Wealth Management

Joy S. Burns*

James Barlett^

CBS4 The Denver Post Community Foundation Doris Duke Charitable Foundation

Dr. & Mrs. Barry Berlin*^ Isabelle Clark*^ CoBiz Financial

Entercom Broadcasting

Colorado State Bank & Trust

Epicurean Culinary Group

Mr. & Mrs. Tom Corley/The Corley Legacy Foundation

The Salah Foundation

DaVita, Inc.

The Shubert Foundation

Edgerton Foundation

U.S. Bank

Faegre Baker Daniels

United Airlines

Keith & Kathie Finger

Wilks Broadcasting

Sam & Nancy Gary Ms. Hilja Herfurth L. Roger & Meredith Hutson/HRM Resources, LLC The Lewis E. Myers Jr. Scholarship Fund Mary Pat Link & John Strohm PwC Mark Sexton Bob & Carole Slosky*^ Steinberg Charitable Trust* in honor of Dorothy Denny Stonebridge Companies Ken & Debra Tuchman Welborn Sullivan Meck & Tooley, P.C. Wells Fargo Bank Marvin & Judi Wolf*

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Hassan & Rita Salem Photo by Custom Creations


THANKS TO YOU

we offered 13,637 free & SCFD discounted tickets. CHAIRMAN’S CIRCLE $10,000-$14,999 Anschutz Foundation

CHAIRMAN’S CIRCLE BRONZE $15,000-$24,999

Sheri & Lee Archer/New Wave Enviro Products, Inc.* Bank of the West Wealth Management

Abend Gallery Doug & Catherine Benson

Doug & Abby Brown

BKD CPAs & Advisors

Bill & Betty Buchanan

Doug Morton & Marilyn Brown

L. Roger & Meredith Hutson Photo by Custom Creations

Ms. Kay Burke

Chotin Foundation

Larry & Margaret Byrne

Robert & Kathleen Clark Constellation Brands – Clos du Bois Winery Alex & Cathy Cranberg/Aspect Energy, LLC Mr. Stanley Di Cicco Rick & Shelly Sapkin/Edgemark LLC Mr. Jack Fitzgibbons & Mrs. Adrienne Ruston Fitzgibbons* Norm & Lisa Franke

Centerre Construction Citi Private Bank/Citibank, N.A. Kevin & Dawn Collins Mr. & Mrs. John Dunn Mr. & Mrs. Ed Dwight El Pomar Foundation Faction Media

Terry & Noel Hefty*

Scott & Amy Fisher

Mike & Diana Kinsey*^

Forte Information Resources LLC

Larimer Square

John & Jeannie Fuller*^

Karolynn Lestrud*

Ms. Amy Gaines & Mr. Ron Litvak

Macy’s

John Carlen & Jean Gleason

Marie Maltz Millstone Evans Group of Raymond James Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Nagel Pioneer Natural Resources USA, Inc Craig & Maria Ponzio

Kevin D. Heupel & Alexandre Garrett IMA Financial Group Impact Creativity/National Corporate Theatre Fund Jeanne Land Foundation John Madden Company, Ltd

Martin & Jo Ann Semple^

Diane Kremer

Jim & Alison Shetter*^

Jason & Alison Lewis

Singleton Family Foundation*

MDC Holdings, Inc./Richmond American Homes

Paul & Wendy Spencer

Mabel Y. Hughes Charitable Trust

Jim Steinberg*

Steve & Gayle Mooney

TeleTech

Morgan Stanley Private Wealth Management

Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Tepper Xcel Energy/Xcel Energy Foundation Whole Foods Market

Jeff & Shellie Munn* John & Sherri Nitta Pavestone The Publishing House^ Mr. & Mrs. Neil Ray Sprint Press Denver Mr. & Mrs. Roger Stansbury Henry H. & Lorie Gordon Topher & Emelie Straus Mr. Steve Talley Teocali Energy LLC Jack & Penny TerHar Thomas D. Lookabaugh Foundation

Susan Stiff Photo by Custom Creations

*Womens Voices Fund

^Randy Weeks Memorial Fund

University of Denver Walter S. Rosenberry, III Charitable Trust

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PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Ms. Ronna N. Phelps

$5,000-$9,999

Miriam C. Robins

Anonymous

Mr. Spencer Ross

Katy Atkinson

Ms. Ellen Scott

Bank of Oklahoma

Semple Brown Design, P.C.

Barbizon Light of the Rockies

Luxury Outerwear

Mr. & Mrs. Jim Bender

Dodie Simmons

Boeing Global Corporate Citizenship

Mrs. Katharine Stapleton

The Broadway League

Lori Steinberg*

Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck

Thomas & Beatrice Taplin Fund*

Mr. Randy Carter

Target Group

Comcast Spotlight

Thiry-O’Leary Foundation

Crestone Partners, LLC

Turner Morris, Inc.

Gully Stanford & Dorothy Denny*

Venture Technologies

Denver Center Alliance

Tina Walls

The Denver Foundation

Williams*

Denver Theatre District

Williams Jewelers

EKS&H

WPX Energy*

Fairfield & Woods, P.C. FirstBank Holding Company of Colorado Alan & Katie Fox*

PLAYWRIGHT’S CIRCLE $2,500-$4,999

Hard Rock Cafe

Anonymous (3)

Hein & Associates, LLP

Willis Ashby & Karen Burch

Ms. Kathy Huwaldt

Mr. & Mrs. Russell Atha*

iHeart Media (KBCO, KHOW) The Integer Group

AudienceView Ticketing (USA) Corporation^

JHL Constructors Inc.

Judith Babcock

Glenn Jones and Dianne Eddolls*

Ms. Sheryl Babiarz

Marcel Kahhak/Kahhak Fine Arts & School

Mr. Mark Bedinger

Ms. Barbara Kelley

Ray & Denise Bellucci

KYGO

LaFawn Biddle

William La Bahn

Ralph & Florence Burgess Charitable Trust

Lufthansa German Airlines

Dr. Jennifer Caskey

Mariel

CIGNA

MarkWest Energy Partners

Dr. Tom Reiley & Mrs. Linda Cobb-Reiley

Mr. Pat Spieles & Ms. Carol McMurry

Jerry Conover & Jacquelyn Wonder

Ms. Carol Mielke*

Cook Street Consulting

Mr. & Mrs. Mike & Julie Mills

Mr. Leslie Crispelle & Mr. Glenn Tiedt

MKK Consulting Engineers

Denver Life Magazine

Neiman Marcus

John & Sandra Downing

Nordstrom at Cherry Creek

John Ekeberg & Jennifer Schwem^

Osage Initiatives

Mr. Ken Elliott

Mr. Bob Grabowski & Ms. Ann Padilla*

Win & Melissa Farnsworth

PCL Construction Services Inc.

Larry & Joanne Fisher in appreciation of Mary Mosher

Tim Penrod in honor of Child & Family Support Services, Inc.

FOOD & WINE Four Seasons Hotel

Kathie & Keith Finger Photo by Custom Creations

Rick & Molly Klau Mrs. Gene Koelbel Mr. John Kulich Peter Mannetti & Ruth Krebs Mid-Range Performance Group Mr. & Mrs. James Miller Mr. Don Johnson & Ms. Arlene Mohler-Johnson* Mr. Michael Munn Mr. & Mrs. Ed Osborne Mrs. Toby Pippin* Don & Grace Quade Rocky Mountain PBS Rollie R. Kelley Family Foundation Fund Mark & Maxine Rossman Ms. Stephanie Schultz Jeremy & Susan Shamos Shaver-Ramsey Fine Rugs Marlis & Shirley Smith SSB Consulting Group LLC Ms. Susan Stiff The Style Studio by Keri Blair Sunshine Silver Mines Alan & Gayle Talesnick Mr. Scott Vasina Ms. Rachel Williams & Mr. Mike Weissmann* Dr. & Mrs. David Wong Dr. Eve Wood & Mr. Thomas Wieber Mr. & Mrs. Steven Woodward* Zunesis

Sally & Alan Gass*^ Mr. & Mrs. Guy Geoly Chuck & Pat Griffith*

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Norm & Lisa Franke Photo by Emily Lozow

ACTOR’S CIRCLE

Laurel Haberstroh

$1,000-$2,499

Mr. & Mrs. Duke Hartman

9News

Hays Companies of Denver

AG Edwards & Sons, Inc.

Ms. Juliette Hemingway

Ms. Valerie Alford

Hon. Robert Fullerton & Ms. Beverlee Henry Fullerton*

Anonymous (5)

Mr. Jon Seay & Ms. Robin Heppler

Lucky Vidmar & Aubrey Ardema

Tom & Dianne Honig

Ms. Liz Armstrong

Barbara Huff & Jack Hanley

Mr. Hartman Axley

Mr. & Mrs. C. Howard Johnson

Dr. Patricia Baca

Frank & Marti Judson

Mr. Don Bain

Patricia Kacerguis

Baker Hostetler

Ms. Elizabeth Kirkpatrick*

Jim Balmer

Mr. & Mrs. Gary Antonoff


Barefoot Wine & Bubbly

The Gilman Family Foundation

Paul Manoogian

Mrs. Karen Barker

Giving Generations Foundation

Drs. David & Heidi Markenson

Ms. Sybil Barnes

Ms. Maureen Graff

Mr. & Mrs. Tom Marsh

Peter Baumgartner

Mr. Tennyson Grebenar

Mar-Tek Industries

Mr. Sherwin Beck

Mr. Gerald Padmore & Ms. Myrtle Rose Greene

Ms. Amy McClenathan

Donald & Martha Bender

Derek Handley & Rebecca Kincheloe Handley

Mr. Aaron McDowell

Kelly Berger with Brushstrokes Studio

Ms. Marilyn Harris

Mr. Paul Biederman

Mr. Graham Phipps & Ms. Carol McEnroe*

Ms. Monica Bingham

Rhondda Evans Hartman & The Jackson H. Fenner Foundation

Andy & Murri Bishop*

Henry E. Wurst Family Foundation

Thelma Meister

Mrs. Randi Bloomenthal

Mr. & Mrs. Russell O. Stewart, Sr./The Henry Laird Smith Foundation

MGM Grand Hotel & Casino - Las Vegas

Tom & Doris Blyth

Mr. & Mrs. Bryce McTavish

Victoria Miles*^

Mr. Rick Boatman Jeffrey & Susan Bogue Bill Bottoms

THANKS TO YOU

The Brown Palace Hotel Brad & Tangy Buchanan

30% more students participated in the High School Musical Theatre Awards.

Mr. Steven Bunten Mr. & Mrs. Keith Burge Christopher & Stephanie Campbell Center for the Arts Crested Butte Merle Chambers & Hugh Grant* Cherry Creek Country Club Mr. & Mrs. Ken Chez Mr. Montgomery C. Cleworth James & Irene Collins Community First Foundation Ms. Ellen Connor Rita Cook The Sam & Beth Coyle Family Charitable Fund Mr. & Mrs. Kyle Craig Ms. Jeanie Curley Ms. Katie Cymbala* Mr. & Mrs. Jay Davidson Michael Day & Pamela Tarquin Mrs. Annette Deines Delta Dental of Colorado Denver Athletic Club Denver Film Society Denver Theatrical Wardrobe Union - Local 719^ Mr. John DiCarlo Mr. Brett Dolan

Mrs. Julie Hill

Ms. Barbara Miller Ms. M. Miller

Mr. Dave Steiner & Ms. Ann Hinkins-Steiner*

Mr. David Miller & Ms. Lisa Farber Miller in honor of Dan Ritchie

Guy Holman

Kansas Millers

Mrs. Trisha Hood

Gregory Milzcik

Carol & Jerry Huller

Miro Jewelers

Mr. Joseph Hyland

Mr. & Mrs. Kenny Moore

Independent Presenters Network Inc.^

Mrs. Lynnette Morrison

J ALBRECHT DESIGNS

Ms. Anita Mosher with Brushstrokes Studio

Ms. JJ Jaggers

Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Murdy

Ms. Mollie Jankovsky

Ms. Jocelyn Murphy

Jay Feder Jewelers

William & Megan Mutch

Paul R. Jeselnick & Andy W. Strickland

James Neely

Jay Johnson

Mr. & Mrs. Gordon W. Netzorg*

The Kappler Marrack Foundation

Mr. Bruce E. Newhall

Leslie Kaye

Newman Center for the Performing Arts

Heather Kekstadt & Dave Nesslage

Denny & Judy O’Brien

Ivan Kelly

Ms. Stacy Ohlsson

Ms. Deborah Kelly

Vance Opperman in memory of Nancy Opperman

Joe Kelso

Down South, LLC^

Cindy Kent & Tudor Coleman

Mr. & Mrs. David Duke Mr. & Mrs. Steve Dumonceau Sharon Dunlap

Mrs. Kelly Kiefer Kinder Morgan Foundation

Dave & Mary Betker Photo by Amanda Tipton

Mr. & Mrs. Michael King

Mr. David Easter

Mrs. Cynthia Klaiber

Anita Edwards*

Bettyjean Kriss

Elway’s Steakhouse

Joseph Kurgan

Ms. Linda Embree

Lakewood Country Club

EnCana Oil & Gas

Leede Operating Company

Lois Felt*

Mr. David Lettin

Fineline Graphics First National Wealth Management Al & Terri Fisher

Ms. Stephanie Levert The Little Nell Ms. Michelle Lucero

Mr. David Flake

Nora Macintyre

Mrs. Alice Foster Mr. Freeman “Bud” Fowler Mr. Lawrence French & Mr. Gregory Sargowicki Ms. Ellen Fromm Mr. Daniel Riehl & Ms. Barbee Futrell-Riehl The Gant

Carolyn MacRossie Diane MacRossie Kit Hevron Mahoney with Brushstrokes Studio Gerald R. & Carole J. Makela Mr. Kyle Malone

H. Robert & Lois Gill *Womens Voices Fund

Ms. Cathey Herren

^Randy Weeks Memorial Fund

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Ross & Sue Thompson

Bob & Liana Clark

Mr. & Mrs. Al Troppmann

Ms. Ellen Coleman^

Mr. John Trueblood

Colorado Ballet

Dee Turner

Rick Colts

University of Denver Division of Athletics & Recreation

Mr. & Mrs. Mark Colville

University of Denver School of Hotel Restaurant & Tourism Management

Chad Corder

Mr. Carl Unrein USAA Colorado Springs Campus

Fred Churbuck & Judi Wolf Photo by Custom Creations

V.I.P. Tours of New York Paco Varela & Tim Wilson Ms. Patricia Villegas Wagner Equipment Co. Philip & Linda Waldbaum Mrs. Sandra Walling

Mrs. Corie Opperman in memory of Nancy Opperman

Lester & Rosalind Ward* Dr. & Mrs. Reginald Washington

Ms. Elizabeth A. Orr

Mr. David Wedmore

Ms. Lois Paul

The Wickaninnish Inn

Mr. & Mrs. Dan Paulien

Winter Park Resort

Ms. Debra Perry & Mr. Jeffrey Baldwin*

Ms. Carol E. Wolf*

Chris Perschbacher & Travis Fasching

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Wood

Mr. Kirk Petersen

Pesha & Rob Wright*

Linda & Richard Pierce

Dr. & Mrs. Ronald Yaros

PostModern Company

Curtis Zeigler

Mr. Bill Richins

Robert Zupkus

Mr. & Mrs. Monroe M. Rifkin Fred & Ayliffe Ris

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DESIGNER’S CIRCLE

Ms. Tina Risch*

$500-$999

Rockford Gray LLC

Mr. Richard Adams

Molly Ross*

Dr. Dina Brudenell & Mr. Edward Altman*

Dr. & Mrs. Jason Roth

Altum Investments

Ms. Peggy Rottner*

Tammy Anderson

Sage Hospitality Resources L.L.C.

Mr. Jeremy Anderson

Sanctuary

Anonymous (5)

Mr. & Mrs. Kirk Scheitler

Ms. Elizabeth Armstrong

John Schneider & David Auten Mr. Mats Schold

Mr. Andrew Armstrong & Ms. Christine Elliott-Armstrong

Ms. Betsy Schutte

Ascent Private Capital Management

Seasons 52

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Atkins

Donald R. Seawell*

Frank & Jeanette Azar

Brian Sells

Ms. Karen Baczkowski

Mr. & Mrs. Stan Sena

Ms. Amy Baranoucky

Earl & Lisbeth Sethre

Lovedy Barbatelli

Shell Oil Company Foundation

Barolo Grill

Joseph A. Shively

Ron & Martha Berge

Mr. Danny Showers

Mrs. Fran Berry

Ms. Marlene Siegel*

Mr. & Mrs. Dave Betker

Mr. Randy Fitch & Mr. Terry Siek

Mr. James Bien & Mrs. Judith Ann Newman

Ms. Ruth Silver*^

Mrs. Shirley Birdsong

Miss Pamela Sletten

Mr. Michael Blackman

Ms. Janis Starkey

Mr. John Blair

Mr. Wesley L. Strode

Mr. Robert Blauvelt & Mr. Michael Corrigan

Stephen & Susan Struna

Mr. & Mrs. Paul Bortz

Caroline & Al Stutson

Libby Bortz

Sunset Luxury Limousines

Mrs. Katherine Brachle

Ms. Suzanne Swanson

Ms. Karen Brown

Peter & Janet Swinburn*

Patrick Brown

Paul & Brooke Talbot

Judi & Dan Burk

Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Tashiro

Mrs. Terri Carlin

Tim Thein & Michael Siebecker

Mr. Kevin Chiappone

Kent Thompson & Kathleen McCall*^

Bijal Choksi

Mr. Michael Conner Patrick Cott Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Cox Mr. Craig Crescas Tony Cretella Paul & J’ne Day-Lucore The Deane Family Fund Mr. & Mrs. Jordan Dechtman Greg Deickman Mr. & Mrs. Bruce & Carleen Dierking Ms. Joy Dinsdale* Ms. Barbara Dorsey Brian Edick Mr. Stephen Edmonds Mr. David Engbrecht Brianne Engel in honor of Jessica Austgen Enstrom’s Candies Aaron Espinoza Mr. & Mrs. James W. Espy Mr. & Mrs. William Evans Mr. & Mrs. Howard L. Farkas Ms. Amy Feaster Mr. & Mrs. Paul Ferguson Mr. & Mrs. Richard Fieman Mira Fine Ms. Trese Foley Lea Ann Fowler Mr. Gregory Foy Ms. Deborah Friedman Cissy Fry Wilson Christine Frye Mr. Gary Funk LuAnn Gafvert Karen Garcia Mr. & Mrs. David Garson GE Foundation Kristi Geonetta Glenn & Kim Goodwin Richard & Juli Gordon Ronald & Vivian Gordon Grand Lodge on Peak 7, Michael Millisor Lisza Gulyas Julie Gunlikson* Jayne Hackworth Ms. Julia Haddad Ms. Margaret Hainey The Hamlin Family Fund Mr. & Mrs. Bryan Hassler Daniel Hassler Mr. James Hayes Rod & Sandy Henderson Brian Hendricks Ms. Maureen Hendricks Ms. Deborah Hinrichs Mr. & Mrs. George M. Hopfenbeck, Jr. Kelley Howes Kim Huskins


IBM Mr. & Mrs. John Immele Bud & Kaye Isaacs

THANKS TO YOU

Ms. Eleanor Isbill

440% more guests attended Off-Center of whom 39% were new to DCPA.

The Jigsaw Fund Mr. & Mrs. George Johnson* Stock Jonekos Dr. & Mrs. Brian Joondeph Mrs. Angela Kadey Katie Mullen’s Dr. Jan Kennaugh & Mr. Chip Horne

Ms. Taryn Poteet

Ms. Renee Verspoor

Matthew Korkow

Mrs. Kathleen Potter

Ms. Judith Vetter

Mrs. Donna Kornfeld

Mr. Steven Powell

Ms. Herminia Vigil

Mr. & Mrs. Paul Korus

Mr. Bob Prettyman

Mr. & Mrs. Paul Vorndran

Gary Kubinak

Koger & Marcie Propst

Ed & Patty Wahtera

Mrs. Margaret Kurtz-Miosek

Edward Pulido

Colin A. Walker

Joan Kurz

Pura Vida Fitness & Spa

Connie Walker-Hout

Rory Lamberton

Mr. & Mrs. Gary Ray

Lawrence Wall

Mr. & Mrs. Gene Langfeldt

RedShift Framing

Ms. Terry Wallace

Dr. & Mrs. Dennis Lanier

Robert & Myra Rich

Ms. Kareen Wardell

Mr. & Mrs. Gary LaPlante

Blair & Kristen Richardson

Waste Management Inc.

Mr. Chris LaRoche & Ms. Sallie Vanasdale

Steven & Joan Ringel

Mr. & Mrs. Steven Weil

Mrs. Teri LaTulippe

Ms. Susan Rodger

Lee & Jilda Weinstein

Mr. Michael Laureano

Victor Tusselavage

Ms. Deborah Westman

Mr. Robert Libuse

Ann-Marie Russell

Dr. Jeff Wheeler

Corren Lind

Mr. & Mrs. William Russell

Tom & Michelle Whitten*

Dr. Gretchen Lobitz

Odette Sahakian

Lori Wijbrandus

Mrs. Lisa Lund Brown

Mrs. Lorraine Salazar

Ms. Denise Wiseman

Pika Lynch

Dr. & Mrs. Paul M. Scheele

Joe Yakich

Ms. Ginnie Maes

Carmel Scopelliti

Jerry Maglio

Ms. BJ Scott in honor of Scott Family Children and Grandchildren

Ryan Maier*

Doug & Mary Scrivner

Ms. Marcia Malone

Dr. Jay Seller & Mr. Paul Ferraresi

Ms. Susan Martella Mary & Robert Mathews Mr. William Mathews & Ms. Joy Godesiabois Jan McClaren

Samuel Shkolnik Ms. Sally Shuler David Simmons

Mr. Brian McCleary

Mr. Thomas Smith

Lisa McConnell Dr. Kelli McKee & Prof. DC Reed McNeil Designer Portraits Jonathan Meador

Cheryl L Solich & John W Kure Ms. Mary Spillane Dr. & Mrs. Harlan Spritzer Kathryn & Hanspeter Spuhler^

Michael A. Meisinger

Mr. Brion Stapp

Natalie Mesko

Adam Stark

Mrs. Carol Milanesi

Mr. Michael Steward

Ms. Carol Miller

Mrs. Lila Stewart

Mr. William E. Miller

Mr. & Mrs. Daryl Stewart

Gene & Dee Milstein

Shelley Stone

Ms. Rayanne Mori

Dr. John Swenson

Julie & John Mork

Mrs. Melanie Tafaro

Ann Mosso

Mr. & Mrs. Jon R. Tandler

Mr. Chris Murphy

Philip & Page Tatar

National Cinemeida

Deborah Tesoriero

Mr. Ben Nesbitt

Mr. Steven Thompson

Janet Nessinger

Ms. Amanda Tipton

Ms. Nancy Nielsen

Mr. & Mrs. Warren Toltz

Scott Noyes

Alison Tomlinson

Ms. Stephanie Odak

Trenka Real Estate

Osage Initiative

John & Pamela Tumler

J & L Parsons

Navin & Rita Dimond Photo by Custom Creations

Florencia Ilate

Ms. Leah Peer

usable

Michael Perrego Mr. and Mrs. Marc Pinto* *Womens Voices Fund

Theresa & Marston Shelton

^Randy Weeks Memorial Fund

Venice Ristorante & Wine Bar

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PROPMASTER’S CIRCLE

Mrs. Patricia Cooper

Jennifer & Eric Jacobson

$250-$499

Mr. Joe Craven

Charles Johnston

Mr. Peter Abuisi

Curious Theatre Company

Ms. Mary Anne C. Johnston

Ms. Andrea Nicole Ackerman*

William & Karen Curtis

Jeff & Donna Jones

Karla & John Adam

Curtis Hotel

JW Marriott Denver Cherry Creek

Ms. Lynna D. Adell

Custom Creations Photography

Rebecca & George Kalinowsky

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Adler

Ms. Cynthia Daniels

Donald J. & Susan C. Kany

Mr. Stewart Anderson

Vicki & David Dansky

Mr. Brad Kaplan

Bryce & Patricia Anderson

Ms. Laura Dean

Mrs. Sherri Anderson

Desmond Brown Group, Your Castle Real Estate

Ms. Linda Peaker Karstens in memory of Nancy Opperman

Anonymous Lenny Bates Natrisha & Shawn Bayer Geralyn & Doug Beahm Karen Beauvais

Mr. John Keim

Devils Thumb Ranch

Mrs. Deb Kelly

Ms. Maggie Divelbiss

Kevin Kelly

Tarikah Dixon

Tony C. Key

Mrs. Perri Dombroski

Beatrice Kirtland

Mr. Rick Bender Drs. Angela Betker & Anthony Simon

THANKS TO YOU

Ms. Marcia Bishop Ms. Laura Bittner

we reached 83,908 students.

Mrs. Annette Bowin Mr. & Mrs. Cole Brannick Ms. Nancy Brock Ms. Debra Brooks Luby

Ms. Sylvie Drake*

Roberta & Mel Klein

Mr. & Mrs. Larry Dreller

Mrs. Janet Klotz in memory of Steve

Douglas & Martha Dyckes

Peter & Roberta Knott

Mr. William Eastman

Ms. Linda Konde

Mr. & Mrs. Carl Eklund

Mr. & Mrs Kenneth Kozyra

Jamine Elliott

Kroenke Sports Enterprises

Ms. Mary Emlen

Adira Kubica

Mr. Paul Erlendson

Kris Lamers

Linda Fabian

Theresa Lanigan

Gary & Michelle Feinberg

Lasair Aesthetic Health, PC*

Marjorie Felsburg

Prof. Richard S. Leaman

Mike & Elisa Ferrari

Mr. John Lee

Mr. Jim Foster

Prof. Shadi Letson

Ms. JoAnne Friedman

Frieda & Joel S. Levine

Mr. & Mrs. Harold Celva

Stephanie Cluff/Galvin Family Foundation

Andrew Lewis

Central City Opera

Ms. Elaine Gampel

Lido Wine Merchants

Prof. Gerald W. Chapman

Ms. Stephanie Garcia

Dawn Lissy

Ms. Keri Christiansen*

Mrs. Velvia Garner

Ms. Corlis Littlefield

Ms. Kathleen Clark

Kathleen Geise

Live Love Lash Denver

Ms. Kathy Clifton

Mr. & Mrs. George Gibson

Dominic Lloyd

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Collins

Ms. Savita Ginde

Mr. & Mrs. Harold Logan

Mr. Francis Conanan in honor of Lilia Antenor Cruz

Mr. Tony Glassier

Lone Tree Arts Center

Glenmoor Country Club

Dominic Lopez

Mr. Todd Graden

Ms. Miquela Luna

Ms. Kristen Graham

Mr. & Mrs. John MacFarlane

John & Beverly Hachmeister

Jon & Ginnie Madsen

Jan Hammond

Julie Mallon

Mike Hance

Dr. Nancy Mayfield

Mr. & Mrs. Vance Harral

Jacey McDaniel

Tad Harris

Mr. Steve McGrath

Ms. Bobbie Haworth

Mr. Bryan McRoberts

Mr. & Mrs. William Haynes

Mr. Robert Meade Jr.

Mrs. Joan Hazen

Al & Carol Meny

Mr. John Helfrich

Meridian Golf Club

Ms. Pamela Hirschman

Microsoft

Sheila Hoff

Mary Miller

Mr. & Mrs. James Hood

Mr. Jeff Lawhead & Mr. Frend John Miner

Lori Howle

Stuart Mitchell

Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Hubbach

Mrs. Karen Mitchell

Ms. Gloria Hutchinson

Cathe Mitchell

Mr. Herbert Buchwald Mrs. Hayan Buergisser Mr. & Mrs. Donald Burkhardt Mr. Natalie Burr Mr. Rudolph Butler Mr. & Mrs. Ron Butz Ms. Heather Callahan Mr. Dennis Callan Ms. Claudia Carbone Carpet Contractors Mrs. Colleen Carrico Ms. Deborah Carter Ms. Shelly Catterson in memory of Kent Haruf

Carmel Scopeletti & Cindy Kent

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Susan Mitnick

Dr. & Mrs. Robert Sterrett

Mr. Joseph Moenich

Michael Stevens

Nancy Moore

Catherine Sweeney

Mr. & Mrs. William Moore

The Brass Bed

Dr. Vicki Moore

The Denver Post

Mari Morin Sharon Mushkin

Thomas Hanson CPA in memory Marion Patton

Brent Mutsch

Eric Thompson

Ms. Laura Nachbur*

Ms. Leia Thompson

Ms. Marcia Naiman

Ms. Linda Thompson

Ms. Mieko Bailey

Ms. Barbara Thorngren^

Erin Nichols

Adrian Tinsley

Kevin & Samantha O’Hara

Laura Tobey

Ms. Rhonda Olguin

Kip & Mary Ann Travis^

Ms. Marilyn Oliver

Mr. Scott Richardson & Ms. Cynthia Treadwell*

Mr. Steve Olson

The Trim Family

Jean & Ed Onderko

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Mrs. Donna Outlaw

Richard Turner

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The Palm Restaurant

Vail Cascade Resort

Chuck & Helina Palmer

Valley Country Club

Ms. Tegan Palmer

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Susan S. Parkhurst

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Frank Nowell & Julie Parsons

Mr. & Mrs. Richard F. Wagner

Kathleen Perry

Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Wallace

Nancy & Richard Peters

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Mr. Thomas Pham

Linda & Leonard Walmsley

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Pinfield

Mr. Jerome Webster Jr.

Paula L. Pinkley

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Mr. Steve Pirner

Martha R. Welborn

Ms. Margaret A. Platte

Mr. & Mrs. Michael West

Frank & Linda Plaut*

Stan White

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Mr. & Mrs. Lindell Whitney

Jeff Powers

Mr. & Mrs. Kemper Will

Mr. Glen Pray

Mr. & Mrs. Craig Williams

Ms. April Prohaska

Mr. & Mrs. Donald Williams

Barry J. Goldstein Philanthropic Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation

Mrs. Phyllis Pryor

John Richard Williams

Jean Bartlett

Ms. Veronica Quinn

Mrs. Jimmie Wolf

Dr. & Mrs. Max Bartlett

Gary Rahe

Dr. Sheila Wright*

Mr. Jim Baschleben

Cyndy & Don Redifer

Mr. & Mrs. Dan Wulf

Ms. Holly Batal

Mr. Mark Reese & Ms. Martha Graves Reese

Steven Wyatt

Ms. Susan Bateman-Jordan

William & Mary Carol Riaski*

YesMail

Rebecca Beall-Moore & Douglas S. Moore

Mr. Kent Rice^

Mr. Andrew York

Dave & Deb Beckman

Brook Danis, Denise Snyder of Mariel & Dr. Alexis Parker Photo by Custom Creations

Antoine du Chez Antonio Prieto Salon Mr. David Aragoni Argonaut Wine & Liquor Store Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Arnold Aspen Juice Ms. Deborah Astroth Austin Hauck Mr. Eugene H. Baber Ms. Kathie Barnes Dr. Dennis Barrett Ms. Bobbi Barrow

The Behunin Family

Mr. Richard Robbins

ASSOCIATES

Ms. Nancy Roeder

Mr. Edgardo Belen

Donald & Janenne Rosen

$100-$249

The Bell Family Foundation

Gretchen Rosenberg

James & Linda Abrahamsen

Dr. Bonita L. Benda & Mr. Bill Kirton

Mr. & Mrs. Jack Rotole

Dr. Diane Adams

Ms. Martha Bennett*

Leonard Rozek

Dr. & Mrs. James Adams

Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Berenstein

Ms. Katie Rubano

Ms. Lora Adams

Mr. & Mrs. Martin Berliner

James Rusk

Mr. & Mrs. Christian Aggeler

Dr. & Mrs. David Berman

Jeanne Rutledge

Ms. Anne Aguirre

Mr. Neil Bernstein

Santa Fe Opera

Ms. Alires Almon*

Mr. Tommy Berry

Mrs. Pamela Schindelar

Ms. Lisa Allen

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Biederman

Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Schmitt

Mr. Brett Anderson & Ms. Danette Reagan

Mrs. Susan Bishop

Ruth Schoening

Dr. Catherine Anderson & Mr. Truman Anderson

Mr. Scott Bitcon

Dr. Roberta Shaklee

Ms. Florence Anderson

Ms. Beverly Black

Scott & Kerry Shiller*

Mr. & Mrs. Doug Andrews

Mr. Ronald Blair

Mr. James Sirko

Mrs. Angela Hill*

Mr. Stephen Blateric

Ms. Nicole Smith

Mr. & Mrs. Alan Angelich*

Ms. Deborah Blue

Snowmass Tourism

Ms. Ann DeGroat*

Kerri Blum

St. John Knits

Anonymous (6)

Richard Blumberg

St. Julien Hotel & Spa

Ms. Judy Antener

Ms. Penelope Bolte

*Womens Voices Fund

^Randy Weeks Memorial Fund

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Mr. Tom Bonfili

Kendall & Steve Carbone

Ms. Julie Boston

Carla’s A Classic Design

Mr. Thomas Dority & Mrs. Susan Gapter-Dority

Boulder Dinner Theatre

Ms. Barbara J. Carlson

Mr. & Mrs. Max Douglas

Ms. Sue Bovey & Ms. Carol Bell

Mr. & Mrs. John Carlson

Ms. Louise Douglass*

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Bowman

Mr. and Mrs. Dirk McDermott*

Mr. Don W. Downey

Ms. Paula Boyka

Dr. & Mrs. Marc Carpenter

Peter & Marian Downs

Ms. Marge Bozarth

Mr. Harold Scatterday & Ms. Adele Carter

Mr. & Mrs. Roy Drake

Dr. H L Brammell

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Casey

Suzie Draper

Ms. Barbara Brannen

Tim & Patti Casey

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Dubreuil

Mr. Andre Branum

cerén vodka

Ms. Donna DuHadway

Mr. Rick Schwartz & Ms. Lynda Brecke

Ms. Cynthia Chapman

Merle J. Dulien

Breckenridge Grand Vacations

Mr. & Mrs. Allan Cheuvront

Ms. Patricia Dunbar

Brewers Association

Ms. Donna Chrysler

Mr. Peter Dunbar in honor of John Hay

Briggsdale High School Drama Class^

John & Amy Cimbura

Mr. Nathan Dunkley

Dr. & Mrs. Bruce Brookens

Mr. & Mrs. Donald Clark

Stephen & Gail Duree

Ms. Lyndal Brookhart

Sheila M. Cleworth

Ms. Jessica Eastman

Mr. Eugene Brooks

Mr. Weldon W. Clopton, II

Eccentricity

Ms. Carol Brookshire

Clos Du Val Winery

Marilyn & Wayne Eckerling

Mr. Pete Brown

Mr. Rodney Clough

Ms. Ruth S. Edwards^

Ms. Ingrid Brown

Club Pilates of Cherry Creek

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Eggers

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Brown

Mr. & Mrs. John Coffin

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Elinoff

Mr. & Mrs. Wesley A. Brown

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Cole

Ms. Linda Eller*

Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Bruce

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Collins*

Tanya Endley

Dr. & Mrs. Richard W. D. Bryan

Ms. Theresa Collins

David & Jennifer Engel

Christina James Buchanan

The Colorado Health Foundation

Ms. Vivian Sheldon Epstein

Rogene & Sandy Buchholz

Colorado Symphone Orchestra

Mr. Robert Espinoza

Janet Buckner

Mr. Chris Condon

Cherylene Evans

Mr. Jim Bumanglag

John & Joann Congdon

Ms. Martha Evans

Ms. Georgia Burgess in honor of Aiden and Sophia Burgess

Susan Conklin

Mr. Gregory Fagan

Mr. & Mrs. Jon Connor

Dr. & Mrs. Robert P. Faraci

The Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts^

Bob & Georgi Contiguglia

J. Michael & Nancy Farley

Ms. Connie Cooper

Mr. & Mrs. Tim Farrell

Dr. & Mrs. Steven Cooper

Ms. Ginny Feagler

Lana Cordier

Beth Feldman

Mr. & Mrs. Mike Coren

Mrs. Bridget Ferguson

Ms. Marla Corwin

Megan & Grant Fevurly

Mrs. Anita Cox

Interiors Two by Barbara Fey

Ms. Kathi Cramer

Ms. Maryjean Fickes

Dr. Ann Crampton

Mr. & Mrs. Tom Fike

Dr. & Mrs. Stephen Creaghe

Mr. Jon Finck

Mrs. Lucy Creighton

Stel Fine

Mr. John A. Cross Jr.

Brianna & Christopher Firestone*

Kevin & Dorinda Cudney

Ms. Ellen Fishelman

Curate by AMZ

Dr. & Mrs. David P. Fisher

Mr. & Mrs. Angelo Curro

Ms. Nancy Follett*

Mr. Edward Dageforde

Nancy & Bob Follet

Jay Dahl

Mr. Steven Foster

Mary Dahlstrom

Drs. Robert Breeze & Carol Foster-Breeze in honor of Loretta Foster

Ms. Kerri Butler Ms. Jill Butzin Mr. Kevin Cahill in memory of Ms. Helen Bonfils Mr. & Mrs. Douglas M. Cain Minerva Canavan Mr. & Mrs. Reynolds Cannon* The Capital Grille Mr. Kevin Capp

Margot & Allan Frank Photo by Custom Creations

Lisa Daniel-Johnson* Ms. Brooke Danis Mark & Karen Dawson Ms. Barbara H. de Jong Johnathan Dempsey Denver Theatrical Stage, Film & Exhibition Employees’ Union - Local #7^ Suraya DeSorrento Dr. Stephen Dilts DiRienzo Family Mr. & Mrs. Paul Docktor Howard & ArVie Doerr Dr. P. Lynn Donaldson Carolyn Dore, IATSE Local 719, Wardrobe^

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Fox Restaurant Concepts Mr. & Mrs. Tucker Franciscus Fresh Fish Company Mr. & Mrs. James Freudenberg Dr. & Mrs. Gary A. Friedland Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Friedland in honor of Jay Davidson Mr. & Mrs. Matt Friend Ms. Wendy Fryer Hon. & Mrs. Herb Galchinsky Gallerie Rouge Ms. Terry Galusha Ms. Joyce Gano Dr. & Mrs. Richard Garbe


Dr. Richard Garbe

Marguerite Healy

Dr. & Mrs. Arthur Garfein

Mr. & Mrs. James Hecht

Ms. Lissy Garrison

Mr. & Mrs. Phil Heinschel

Victoria Gartelos

Joann Helm

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Gass

Ms. Susan Helmer*

Mr. & Mrs. Caleb Gates, Jr.

Heloise

Ms. Kathryn Gavin*

Mr. & Mrs. Lee Henderson^

Mr. & Mrs. Bob Gebhardt

Mr. & Mrs. E. Jon Hendon

Mr. & Mrs. Ted Gelt

Lori & Mike Hendrickson

Mrs. Laurie Genell

Mr. Herbert Henion

Mr. Andrew Gerster in honor of Anne Louise Gerster

Mr. Thomas Henthorn

Mr. & Mrs. Romeo C. Gervasini

Jacinto & Pamela Hernandez

Jeff Gifford & Linda Betcher

Mr. & Mrs. Melvin Hess

Mr. David Gillaspie

Hewlett-Packard

John & Ellen Gille

Ms. Gloria Heyer

Ms. Sheryl Gillis

Mrs. Georgia Higgins

Diane Giloba

Jim & Patti Hill

RoseMary Glista

Susan A. Hill

George & Sunny Golder

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Hilt

David Goldstein

Ms. Sarah C. Hite

Ms. Lari Goode & Mr. Mark Fischer

Scott & Sarah Hittner

Mr. James Goss & Ms. Carrie Powers

Mr. David Hoch

Dr. Ray Gottesfeld

Mrs. Lorraine Hoover

Tiffany & Matt Grady

Ms. Linda J. Horn

Robert S. Graham

Ms. Joan Houlton

Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Granger

Bill & Jane Houston

Mr. & Mrs. H.S. Graves

Ruby Houston

Trish Green*

Mr. Jeff Hovorka & Mr. Thad Valdez

Ms. Jean Greenberg

Mr. James B. Howard

Dr. & Mrs. Gilbert Hermann

Wanda Colburn, Dick Havey & Bob Loeb of Atlantic Trust Private Wealth Management Photo by John Moore

Dr. Jane Butler Kahle Mr. & Mrs. Matt Kaiser Mr. Philip H. Karsh Mrs. Kathy Nesbitt* Bob and Therese Keatinge Ms. Elizabeth Keay Mr. & Mrs. Frank Kellen Ms. Lara Kendrick Kevin Taylor Restaurant Group Mr. Clint King Dr. & Mrs. Thomas King Mr. & Mrs. Roger Kinney Mr. & Mrs. Terry Kirkpatrick Mr. & Mrs. Eric Kizer Rob & Kathy Klugman

THANKS TO YOU

31% of Broadway performances were sold out.

Kathryn Koch David, Jennifer & Charlie Korman Mr. & Mrs. William Kreidler Jessica Kropuenske Ms. Kathleen Kurtz

Ann M. & Peter B. Gregory* Ms. Mary Grieser

Amber Human Humboldt Farm, Fish & Wine

Earl & Eileen Griffith Mr. & Mrs. Michael Groshek Mrs. Jeri Groves Mr. & Mrs. Stuart Gunckel Ms. Madie Gustafson

Mr. Jim Hunt Mr. M. Randy Hurd Ms. Rita Hyland Mr. Stephen Ipsen Ms. Jacalyn K. Durkin-Miller*

Rita Hailey

Alice & Michael Jackson

Chris Hamlin

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Jaworowski

Lindsey Hamlin

Mr. & Mrs. Paul Jeffery

Ms. Treva R. Hancock Gaylen & Colleen Hansen Montine Hansl Hapa Sushi Grill & Sake Bar Mr. Norman Harden David L. & Florence E. Harlor Ms. Linda L. Harmon Mr. & Mrs. Martin J. Harrington Ms. Jessie Harris

Ms. Susan Jerman Mrs. Jill Jordan* Mr. & Mrs. Barton Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Jon Johnson Traivs Johnson Ms. Alice Johnson Mr. Paul Johnson^ Bruce Johnston Mr. Bruce Johnston

Ms. Donna Harrison

Darryl & April Jones

Ms. Deborah Hart

Natalie Jones

Dr. Daniel Hatch

Michael Jones

Gena Hawkins

Ms. Rebecca Juarez

Dr. Taru Hays *Womens Voices Fund

Gina Hull

Arthur & Kathy Judd ^Randy Weeks Memorial Fund

Ms. Holly Kylberg Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Lane Joanne & John Laporta Mr. & Mrs. Les Larson Mr. Joe Lattone Mark Lawson Robert Layton Mr. Randy Lazzell Le Creuset William & Cynthia Lee Jennifer Leitsch Frank & Ginny Leitz Mrs. Nancy Leonard Dr. & Mrs. Michael & Michela Lepore Mrs. Jody Levin Lisa Lewis Mr. & Mrs. Richard Liesemer Ms. Diana G. Lirtzman Wendy Littlepage LivFit Kitchen Mr. William Logan^ Ms. Lynn Logman Mrs. Lois MacPhee* Ms. Debra Lowrey Mr. & Mrs. Gary Lozow

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Mr. & Mrs. Joe Munoz

Mr. Peter Plaut

Mr. Michael Tupper & Ms. Naseem Munshi

Portland Center Stage

Mr. Tom Murnan in memory of his beloved wife, Joan Gamel Murnan

prAna

The Music of ABBA

Lauren Press

Ms. Pam Naiman

Mr & Mrs. Dennis Preston

Rachel Namoff

Liz Prize & Andy Cahalan

National Repertory Orchestra

Pure Barre Cherry Creek North

Ms. Bonnie Neiheisel

Mrs. Beth Rabin

Ms. Katharine Nelson

Scott Raderstorf

Drs. Harold & Sarah Nelson

Ms. Glenda Rainold*

Ted & Jill Nelson in honor of Tyler Nelson

Nijole Rasmussen

Ms. Suzanne Nelson

Ms. Patricia Rawlings

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Newcom

Alexander & Cynthia Read

Ms. Maralee Nobis-Jacobsen Luca Decor, Contemporary Art

Stephanie Reeman

Zonnie Noel

Lululemon Athletica

Ms. Nicole Reinan*

NoRTH Italia

Ms. Vera Luster

Jill Repella

Emilee Noyes

Mr. Thomas Mabry

Dr. & Mrs. Ronald Resnick

James G. Nussbaum

Ms. Jedeane MacDonald Cone

Ms. Kathleen Reynolds

Mr. & Mrs. Paul Oberman

Mr. & Mrs. David MacKenzie

Cherie Rheault-Peperzak

Ms. Nancy O’Brien

Ms. Susan Magruder

Maxine & Ed Richard

Ms. Helen Olson-Hull

Dr. James Makowski

Louise Richardson

Mr. James O’Neal

Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert Marchand

Ms. Ann Richardson

Opus Fine Dining & Aria Wine Bar

Marg’s Taco Bistro

Alfred Richter

Bradley Orr

Ms. Joan Markle

John & Nancy Riede

Oster Jewelers

Dr. Howard Markman in honor of Dan Ritchie

Riverside Symphony

Ms. Patricia Pacey

Bob & Dianne Rizzuto

Mr. Joe Palladino

Mr. & Mrs. William Roberts

Dr. Mark Palmer

Ms. Jeanne Robertson

Mrs. Delores Pardner*

Sam & Eileen Robinson

Claudia & Jim Miller Photo by Emily Lozow

Mrs. Suzanne Marquez Elana Martin in honor of Shirley Bias Ms. Destiny Marvin

Janie & Pat Prendergast

Ms. Mary Katherine Pagels* Ms. Deborah Massa

THANKS TO YOU

Marian Matheson

Theatre Company paid capacity was up 10%.

Mrs. Carla Matheson The Mathilde U. & Albert C. Elser Foundation Matrix Spa Ms. Michelle Maxie

Mr. & Mrs. Gary Parish

Ms. Vada Robinson*

Ms. Tanya Park

Mrs. Colleen Rockers

Ms. Patricia Parkhouse Ms. Lisa Parrett

Rocky Mountain Pro Tek & Khachederian Rug Spa

Dr. & Mrs. Frank Parrish

Marcia L. Rodgers

Patxi’s Pizza

Room & Board

Pelham Pearce^

Ms. Linda Rosales

Dr. & Mrs. David S. Pearlman

Ms. Judith Rosenbaum

Greg & Debbie Merrill

Evangeline Pell in memory of Nancy Opperman

Mr. Terry Roybal

Anne Marie Messinger*

Mr. & Mrs. Bradley A. Pelsue

Mr. Elliot Miller

Ron & Julie Sachs

Erik Peltz

Ms. Mary Ellen Miller

Ms. Andrea Sahlen

Ms. Susan Pensiero

Steven & Karen Miller

Mr. J. Lee Sammons

Ms. April Perman*

Mr. Richard Miyamoto

Mr. & Mrs. J. Patrick Sanders

Mrs. Maribeth Peters

Ms. Sharon Moddelmog & Mr. Harold Jensen

Stan & Sue Sanders

Ms. Virginia Phillips

Mr. Matthew Savoie & Mr. Bryan Penny

Ms. Marjorie Phye

Dr. Kathleen Sawada

Piatti’s Restaurant

Ms. Sandra Scherer

Mr. Jeffrey Pickard

Mr. & Mrs. Donald Schiff

Ms. Paula Pierce & Mr. Allan Prochazka

Karen Schmidt

Mrs. Dena Pinsker

Ms. Jane Schmitz

Toby Pippin

Ms. Beth Schorr-Ratzlaff

Pam & Don Piro

Ms. Lindy Schossow

Ms. Kathryn Pitner & Mr. Robert Leatherman

Saul & Julie Schwarz

Mr. Myron McClellan Mr. & Mrs. James McCotter Mr. Chris McDonald Chuck & Debra McKenney Jane McNellis Ms. Suzanne McNitt Gary Meeks Mr. Christopher Merrell

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Modiz Ed & Yolanda Montez Mr. Joseph Moreng Mary Morrill Ms. Margaret Morton Marjorie Moss Ms. Myrna Mourning Moxie Mr. Norman R. Mueller

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Mr. & Mrs. Wallace SaBell

Mr. John Sears


The Second City, Inc.^

Mr. Christopher Sullivan

Ms. Susan Weinstein*

Mr. & Mrs. David A. Seeland

Ms. Linda Sundbye

Ms. Stephanie Welsh*

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Segel

Ms. Jeanne Surbrugg

Ms. Wendy Ritter*

Mr. Billy Seiber

Dr. Sandra Surbrugg

Dr. Marsha Wheeler-Miller

Mr. Stephen Seifert

Mr. & Mrs. Meyer Sussman

Thomas & Ronna Whitten

Mr. Stephen Seifert in honor of L. Roger & Meredith Hutson

Ms. Eve Suzuki

Thomas & Kimberly Whyte

Ms. Victoria Sweetser

Betsy Wiersma Camp Experience*

Dr. & Mrs. Michael Sennett

Ms. Lori Szymanski

Deirdre Wildman

Ms. Valere Shane

Mr. & Mrs. Gary Taddeo

Dr. & Mrs. Richard Williams

Ms. Carla Shankle

Target Resource Group^

Ms. Becky Wilson

Mrs. Kersten Sharrock

Ms. Liz Telea & Ms. Ruth Telea

Stephanie Winchester

Ms. Katy Shaw

Tennessee Performing Arts Center^

Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum

Mr. & Mrs. David Sher

J&P Terry

Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Wischmeyer

Mr. Mark Sherock

Ms. Linda Teves

Mr. George Chaitlin & Ms. Millie Wolkowicz

Mr. James Shivley

Ms. Christie Tew

Mr. Mark Wong

Mr. & Mrs. Martin Shore

David & Patti Theil

Mr. Glen Woodson

Ms. Connie Silva

Mr. Craig Thill

XOXO Salon

The Silverman Family

Ms. Beverly R. Thygesen

Mr. & Mrs. John Yost

Ms. Artis Silverman

Mr. & Mrs. Donald Tolin

Ms. Katrina Zakhem

Simply Moore

Dr. David Tomasetti

Dr. & Mrs. Carl N. Zimet

Mr. Mark Sinclair

Mr. Blair Tomb

Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Zimmerman

Mariea Singleton

Toni Palmer Designs

Mr. Doug Sipes & Ms. Lyn Price

Ms. Iris H. Topkis

Ms. Becky Skougstad

Mr. E. Lester Townsend

Kathleen & John Sloan

Mr. & Mrs. Trafton Tredick, Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Gil Smink

Ms. Carole Ulmer & Ms. M.A. O’Mara

Ron & Sheryle Smith

Vanderpool Pipeline Engineers Inc.

Ms. Sharon Smith in memory of Nancy Opperman

Susan VanNess*

Tannah Snow

In an effort to make our listing accurate for all our generous donors, if you see an error in your name please contact mfevurly@dcpa.org.

Ms. Alys Veal Bernice Veney

SOL Lingerie

Mr. Jerome Hudleson & Ms. Sara Villano

Edie Sonn

Ms. Violet Edwards*

Mr. & Mrs. Tim Sorrells

Anthony & Imojean Vollack

Allen Spelman Mr. & Mrs. John Spillane Ms. Kris Spring The SpringHill Suites Denver Downtown at MSU Denver Ms. Shelly St. John Karen Stark in memory of Nancy Opperman Mr. Rod Steedman

Ms. Heidi Vonnieda

With appreciation to The Publishing House for contributing the printing of the 2014/15 Annual Report

Waffle Brothers Ms. Beverly Walter Thomas Walton Mr. Wilson W. Wampler Water Works Car Wash Mr. & Mrs. Galen Weaver Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Webb

Mrs. Charlotte Steele Mr. & Mrs. Edward Stenby Mary Janet & Alan Stenger Ms. Ruth Rebeck Stern^ Stone Legends

Mr. Kirk O. Weber Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Weeks^ Ms. Jane Ellen Weeks^

Women with Hattitude guests Photo by Custom Creations

Mr. John F. Weeks^

Fred Stone & Dan Peregoy Fred Stone & Dan Peregoy in memory of Charity Jenene & James Stookesberry Stephanie & Arthur Strasburger Mr. & Mrs. Steve & Susan Suggs

*Womens Voices Fund

^Randy Weeks Memorial Fund

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ENCORE SOCIETY The following donors are members of the Encore Society, individuals who have named the Denver Center for the Performing Arts as a beneficiary in their will or estate plans. The generous gifts of our Encore Society members will touch future generations of theatre goers. See the impact you can have at denvercenter.org/support-us/give-later.

Anonymous (2)

Leo & Susan Kiely

Holly Bachmeyer

Mike and Diana Kinsey

Dr. Angela Betker and Dr. Anthony Simon

William La Bahn

Mr. Robert Blauvelt and Mr. Michael Corrigan

Sandy Leerskov

Libby Bortz

Ellyn E. Lyman

Ms. Susan C. Burrows

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Meny

Ms. Anne Burton

Mrs. Lynnette Morrison

Jim Caputo

Mr. and Mrs. Ron Neel

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Carson

Ms. Marilyn Oliver

Isabelle Clark

Ms. Linda Rieger

Mr. Clay Courter

Daniel L. Ritchie

Mr. Leslie Crispelle and Mr. Glenn Tiedt

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rothenberg

Mr. Michael Donner

Mr. Bruce Schmidt

John & Sandra Downing

Ms. Carol Sellman

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Elinoff

Martin & Jo Ann Semple

Keith and Kathie Finger

Ms. Ruth Silver

Mr. & Mrs. John E. Fuller

Bob and Carole Slosky

Barbara Garlinghouse

Mr. and Mrs. Roger Stansbury

Mr. Thomas R. Graham and Ms. Judith Pettibone

Ms. Susan Stiff

Chuck and Pat Griffith

Jenene and James Stookesberry

Terry and Noel Hefty

Ms. June Travis

Carol and Jerry Huller

Mr. John Van Epps

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jeffery

Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Wagner

Paul R. Jeselnick and Andy W. Strickland

Dolores M. Wilson

Ms. Martha Kelce

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Debbie Tepper & Keri Christiansen Photo by Custom Creations


The cast of The 12

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Photo by Jennifer M. Koskinen


Lord of the Flies Photo by Adams Visual Communications

SCFD

YOUR SUPPORT ENSURES OUR FUTURE

T

Generated an Economic Impact of

The Scientific & Cultural Facilities District (SCFD) is the Denver Center for the Performing Arts’ (DCPA) largest source of contributed income. Established in 1988, the SCFD is a penny on $10 sales tax that directly funds more than 275 arts and cultural organizations in the seven-county metro area. This voter-approved sales tax now generates nearly $52 million per year — roughly one-third the amount of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) annual budget. The SCFD has not only enabled our region’s cultural ecosystem to grow and diversify, it has led the NEA to place Colorado first in the nation in terms of attendance at concert venues, museums and theatre. Furthermore, according to the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts, funded organizations: • Generate $1.85 BILLION in economic activity • Employ 10,200 residents • Educate 4.25 million students • Entertain 14.2 million guests Citizen support of the SCFD makes it possible for the DCPA to flourish. Funds are used to underwrite free and reduced-price admission, audience development programs, accessibility services and new play development among many programs. Since its inception, the SCFD has enabled the DCPA to: • Produce 97 world premieres • Educate 1.3 million students • Entertain nearly 16 million guests

In November 2016, the SCFD will ask citizens to continue this nationally-renowned model of public funding for the arts. Please show your support for this invaluable resource that has redefined culture in Colorado.

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$1.85 Billion

Provided

10,205 Jobs

Reached

4.25 Million Students

Entertained

14.2 Million People


Original 2013 cast of Pippin

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Photo by Joan Marcus


SELECTED FINANCIAL INFORMATION JUNE 30, 2015 AND 2014 Audited financial statements are available upon request at accounting@dcpa.org.

REVENUE $56,575,947 GROSS

BROADWAY $27,670,926 THEATRE COMPANY $4,858,253 EDUCATION $637,959 INVESTMENTS $119,343 CONTRIBUTED SUPPORT $8,664,356 OTHER OPERATING INCOME $8,413,043 SCFD $6,212,067

EXPENSES $53,384,947* GROSS

BROADWAY $28,487,438 THEATRE COMPANY $14,535,494 EDUCATION $1,514,927 FUNDRAISING $2,114,531 SUPPORTING SERVICES $6,732,557 *EXCLUDES DEPRECIATION EXPENSES

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CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS FINANCIAL POSITION THE DENVEROF CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS

June 30, 2015 and 2014

Consolidated Statements of Financial Position June 30, 2015 and 2014

Assets

2015

2014

Current assets: Cash and cash equivalents

$

Accounts receivable, net Contributions receivable, net Receivable from Helen G. Bonfils Foundation Inventories and deferred production costs Total current assets Unrestricted investments Restricted cash Restricted investments Contributions receivable Equipment, leasehold improvements, and work in progress, net Memorabilia and tapestries Total assets

$

11,401,841

$

5,312,541

2,903,353

2,301,787

365,046

407,196

59,796

18,601

2,563,576 17,293,612

1,885,849 9,925,974

10,498,373

8,521,609

90,386

37,017

3,781,682

3,707,056

6,271

181,998

8,374,979

7,854,160

331,630

331,630

40,376,933

$

5,014,895

$

30,559,444

Liabilities and Net Assets Current liabilities: Accounts payable and accrued expenses

$

2,688,516

Deferred ticket receipts

15,906,170

Deferred contributions

1,090,750

1,765,504

839,708

1,639,907

Other deferred revenue

9,428,899

Current portion of planned gift annuities

11,530

11,530

Current portion of capital lease obligations

37,512

22,712

22,900,565

15,557,068

217,691 81,437

223,722 -

23,199,693

15,780,790

Total current liabilities Planned gift annuities, less current portion Capital lease obligations, less current portion Total liabilities Commitments Net assets:

11,720,321

10,255,758

Temporarily restricted

Unrestricted

4,102,663

3,187,140

Permanently restricted

1,354,256

1,335,756

17,177,240

14,778,654

Total net assets Total liabilities and net assets

$

40,376,933

$

30,559,444

See accompanying notes to consolidated financial statements. 2

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THE DENVER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Statement of ActivitiesYear ended June 30, 2015 CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT Consolidated OF ACTIVITIES Year Ended June 30, 2015

Unrestricted

Temporarily

Permanently

Restricted

Restricted

Total

Revenues, gains, and other support: Ticket sales: Broadway division

$

Theatre Company division

27,670,926

$

-

$

-

$

27,670,926

4,858,253

-

-

4,680

-

-

4,680

633,279

-

-

633,279

Investment income, net

66,830

52,513

-

119,343

Other operating income

8,413,043

-

-

8,413,043

500,000

-

-

500,000

4,716,818

1,495,249

-

6,212,067

3,634,886

877,539

18,500

4,530,925

1,152,088

100,650

-

1,252,738

Education division Tuition

Contributed support: Helen G. Bonfils Foundation Scientific and Cultural Facilities District

4,858,253

Individual, corporate, foundation, and other support Special events In-kind support

2,380,693

Net assets released from restrictions

(1,610,428)

1,610,428

Total revenues, gains, and other support

55,641,924

915,523

-

2,380,693

-

-

18,500

56,575,947

Expenses: Program expense: Broadway division Theatre Company division Education division Total program expense Fundraising expense: Development Special events In-kind expense Total fundraising expense Supporting services: Administration Event services

28,487,438

-

-

28,487,438

14,535,494 1,514,927

-

-

14,535,494 1,514,927

44,537,859

-

-

44,537,859

1,097,991

-

-

1,097,991

195,171 301,983

-

-

195,171 301,983

1,595,145

-

-

1,595,145

4,837,204

-

-

4,837,204

1,895,353

-

-

1,895,353

Total supporting services

6,732,557

-

-

6,732,557

Costs of direct benefits to donors

519,386

-

-

519,386 53,384,947

Total expenses before depreciation and amortization Depreciation and amortization Total expenses Change in net assets Net assets, beginning of year Net assets, end of year

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$

53,384,947

-

-

792,414

-

-

792,414

54,177,361

-

-

54,177,361

1,464,563

915,523

18,500

2,398,586

10,255,758

3,187,140

1,335,756

14,778,654

11,720,321

$

4,102,663

$

1,354,256

$

17,177,240


THE DENVER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Statement of ActivitiesYear ended June 30, 2014 CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT Consolidated OF ACTIVITIES Year Ended June 30, 2014

Unrestricted

Temporarily

Permanently

Restricted

Restricted

Total

Revenues, gains, and other support: Ticket sales: Broadway division

$

Theatre Company division

27,137,470

$

-

$

-

$

27,137,470

4,394,291

-

-

Tuition

506,128

-

-

506,128

Investment income, net

823,590

363,816

-

1,187,406

Other operating income

5,528,251

-

-

5,528,251

Contributed support: Helen G. Bonfils Foundation

4,394,291

1,000,000

-

-

1,000,000

4,299,876

1,370,650

-

5,670,526

support Special events

4,323,212

42,899

10,000

4,376,111

1,174,372

80,375

-

1,254,747

In-kind support

2,431,052

-

-

2,431,052

-

-

10,000

53,485,982

Scientific and Cultural Facilities District Individual, corporate, foundation, and other

Net assets released from restrictions

(1,479,786)

1,479,786

Total revenues, gains, and other support

53,098,028

377,954

Expenses: Program expense: Broadway division Theatre Company division Education division Total program expense Fundraising expense: Development Special events In-kind expense Total fundraising expense Supporting services: Administration Event services

27,638,382

-

-

27,638,382

14,656,323 1,179,054

-

-

14,656,323 1,179,054

43,473,759

-

-

43,473,759

1,108,286

-

-

1,108,286

288,372 243,061

-

-

288,372 243,061

1,639,719

-

-

1,639,719

3,381,149

-

-

3,381,149

1,794,413

-

-

1,794,413

Total supporting services

5,175,562

-

-

5,175,562

Costs of direct benefits to donors

454,337

-

-

454,337 50,743,377

Total expenses before depreciation and amortization

50,743,377

-

-

718,059

-

-

718,059

51,461,436

-

-

51,461,436

Change in net assets

1,636,592

377,954

10,000

2,024,546

Net assets, beginning of year

8,619,166

2,809,186

1,325,756

12,754,108

Depreciation and amortization Total expenses

Net assets, end of year

$

10,255,758

$

3,187,140

$

1,335,756

$

14,778,654

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THE DENVER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS Years ended June 30, 2015 and 2014 Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows Years Ended June 30, 2015 and 2014

2015 Cash flows from operating activities: Change in net assets Adjustments to reconcile change in net assets to net cash provided by (used in) operating activities:

$

Depreciation and amortization

2014

2,398,586

$

792,414

2,024,546

718,059

Amortization of discount on contributions receivable

(1,999)

Loss on disposal of equipment

41,979

-

Change in value of gift annuity

5,499

4,545

Realized and unrealized losses (gains) on investments

(4,051)

77,476

(969,287)

Donated securities

(61,628)

(49,930)

Contributions restricted for investment in endowment

(18,500)

(10,000)

(601,566)

(1,016,352)

(Increase) decrease in operating assets: Accounts receivable Contributions receivable

219,876

138,771

Receivable from Helen G. Bonfils Foundation

(41,195)

981,472

(677,727)

556,907

Inventories and deferred production costs Increase (decrease) in operating liabilities: Accounts payable and accrued expenses Deferred ticket receipts Deferred contributions Other deferred revenue Net cash provided by (used in) operating activities

2,258,268 6,477,271 (674,754) (800,199)

42,053 (7,142,780) 510,956 544,036

9,393,801

(3,671,055)

Cash flows from investing activities: Purchases of equipment, leasehold improvements, and work in progress Purchases of investments Proceeds from sales of investments (Receipt) use of non-current restricted cash Net cash (used in) provided by investing activities

(1,157,463)

(1,333,762)

(16,431,859) 14,364,621 (53,369)

(16,953,773) 23,332,417 28,389

(3,278,070)

5,073,271

Cash flows from financing activities: Principal payments on capital lease obligations Contributions restricted for investment in endowment Payments of gift annuity obligations

(33,401) 18,500 (11,530)

(32,869) 10,000 (11,530)

Net cash used in financing activities

(26,431)

(34,399)

Net increase in cash and cash equivalents

6,089,300

1,367,817

Cash and cash equivalents, beginning of year

5,312,541

3,944,724

Cash and cash equivalents, end of year

$

11,401,841

$

$

129,638

$

-

$

346,811

$

278,700

5,312,541

Non-cash transactions: Equipment acquired under capital lease Equipment, leasehold improvements, and work in progress in accounts payable

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GIVING HIGHLIGHTS

$14,876,423 $6,212,067

$5,030,925

$2,380,693

$1,252,738

SCIENTIFIC & CULTURAL FACILITIES DISTRICT (SCFD)

INDIVIDUAL, CORPORATE & FOUNDATION

IN-KIND

SPECIAL EVENTS


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