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A cautionary tale.

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Why August: Osage County?

Folks need to celebrate. Every culture has special days of

thanks. Even deepest disasters hard-delay. Because of theamongst mutual the persistence of hope and the gaper’s est times, we celebrate. The Cratchits sit together at a table (Up north, we call it “gaper’s delay.” Down here, it’s called on Christmas Eve with barely enough food to taste. Scrooge’s “rubber necking.” words are different but the impulse happiest memoriesThe are wrapped up in celebration—particularly universal — toparty. stare Fred at a proclaims wound. Ideally, the wound of of another.) the Fezziwig the season the time “the year when menmutual and women seem byofone consent to opendelay, their Because of the persistence hope and gaper’s shut up hearts freely.” He will not allow his uncle to dampen we continue to return home — drawn into the vortex ofhisall celebration. things familial by some deeply human inability to quit hoping and gaping; families who we hope have magically morphed Maybe this to is one reason Scrooge’s story affects all of us. When weNorman finally see Scrooge, perhaps theofmost humorless and sour — into Rockwellian paragons warmth in our absence in literature, actually wound. CELEBRATE—it lifts us up as families who will, with profoundcharacter and daunting consistency, well. Okay, maybe we should all take some time to celebrate

gifts that this gave “tired this old world” given us.a piece called “Family Howard Starks, who wrote thethe poem play itshas name has Rites” — where he talks of the dangers of recall, when home and family are in the mix:

I hope I haven’t ruined the ending for anybody. If there is anyone reading this who does not know the story—don’t story seems to hold up under repetition—just like the celebrations of We mostlyworry—the leave it closed, the box our life!that once held Dad’s Sunday Stetson

for even images of joy can hurt. (Innocence when recalled harms careful balances.)

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And some of the faces — solemn for the camera speak of hopes and fears we’d rather not recall — make dense in us Rosemary the Newcott shadowy children we once were. Our earliest of families. And they are cautionary tales of wounds Editor . . . . . . .stories . . . . . . in . . this . . . . art . . . form . . . . .are Marci Tate Writer . . . and . . . . wounds . . . . . . . . repeated . . . . . . . . .that . . Celise Kalke inflicted we collectively label “tragedy.” And yet the people who Cover design. . . . . act . . . .of . . memory . . . . . . . .and . . . Lee Moyer began this odd imagination shared by actors for audiences chose the publisher/Advertising director . . . . . . . . . Clint Smith setting design of the home tell their tragedies. Of course, Hanna and Barbera did the program . . . . . .and . . . .hearth . . . . . to Susan Spencer CAST . . . . . . . . . . .

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A cautionary tale By kristi casey sanders

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ugust: Osage County is a seriously funny play about a seriously dysfunctional family. It’s hard to believe how many satisfying laughs can come from seeing incest, drug addiction, emotional abuse and suicide unfurl onstage. But it can be explained with one word: schadenfreude, the pleasure one derives from another person’s misfortune. “We take a certain perverse glee in seeing other families unravel to see that ours aren’t as bad as we thought,” says Susan V. Booth, the Alliance Theatre’s Jennings Hertz, Jr. Artistic Director, who directs this production. “I hope this will afford a new threshold for how bad it can get.” And the worse it gets onstage, the more the audience (and critics) seem to enjoy it. Written by Tracy Letts, August: Osage County, in 2008, won the Pulitzer

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Prize for Drama, the Tony Award for Best Play and the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Play. The New York Times called it “flat-out, no asterisks and without qualifications, the most exciting American play Broadway has seen in years.” “It’s a dreamy actors’ play,” Booth explains. “There are 13 roles, and each one has serious meat on its bones. You don’t find that often. It is operatically pitched, and it’s old school capital-T theatre.”


Perhaps one reason why the roles are so people with pre-existing, professional richly drawn is because playwright Letts dysfunctional relationships to bring also acts, most famously with Chicago’s to the table,” Booth explains with storied Steppenwolf Theatre Company, a chuckle. The cast includes artistic directors where he is an ensemble member. The Chicago Sun-Times has called Letts “an or founders Del Hamilton (7 Stages), actor of such blistering intensity that Richard Garner (Georgia Shakespeare) you can almost feel the blood surging and Carolyn Cook (Théâtre du Rêve); between his heart and brain.” He Tess Malis Kincaid of Georgia Ensemble brought that passion to the Alliance Theatre stage during “We take a certain perverse glee in the 2003-2004 season, when seeing other families unravel to see he portrayed George in Who’s that ours aren’t as bad as we thought.” Afraid of Virginia Woolf. Atlanta theatres have produced many of his plays, most Theatre; Brenda Bynum, formerly recently Superior Donuts at Horizon of Theatre Emory; and such familiar Theatre Company. The graphic nature of Atlanta faces as Chris Kayser, Jill Jane his writing has earned him comparison Clements, Joe Knezevich, Bethany to the filmmaker Quentin Tarantino, but Anne Lind, Courtney Patterson, Letts has said his true inspiration comes Diany Rodriguez, Andrew Benator and from Southern writers such as William Bart Hansard. During a recent family vacation, Faulkner and Tennessee Williams. “A colleague once described his work as Booth found herself thinking about Tennessee Williams on steroids,” Booth August: Osage County, and what she says. “It’s the human equivalent of a traffic hopes the audience takes away from accident in the same way that we all slow it. “I think we come to theater for a down and look. August: Osage County is a lot of reasons,” she muses. “To look for inspiration, to look for reminders chance to look at one onstage.” The Atlanta talent pool is so deep of our own humanity ... We also use and skillful, Booth says, she could have it as a cautionary tale. I just got back cast the show handsomely many times from taking my child to Disney World. over. But she had something specific [There] I was confronted with the question of why people go on roller in mind. Each role is played by someone who coasters. It’s terrifying. I, personally, get brings considerable history and/or nausea. Why do we pay for the privilege baggage from working in the tight-knit of having the bejeezus scared out of us? Atlanta theatre community. “I wanted This is one of those experiences.” alliancetheatre.org

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cast in alphabetical order

*Andrew Benator..................................................................................... Little Charles *Brenda Bynum.......................................................................................Violet Weston *Jill Jane Clements..............................................................................Mattie Fae Aiken *Carolyn Cook............................................................................................. Ivy Weston Richard Garner.......................................................................................Charlie Aiken Del Hamilton.......................................................................................Beverly Weston *Bart Hansard...............................................................................Sheriff Deon Gilbeau *Chris Kayser............................................................................................Bill Fordham *Tess Malis Kincaid............................................................................Barbara Fordham *Joe Knezevich................................................................................. Steve Heidebrecht *Bethany Anne Lind................................................................................ Jean Fordham *Courtney Patterson.............................................................................. Karen Weston *Diany Rodriguez............................................................................... Johnna Monevata

UNDERSTUDIES Understudies and stand ins never substitute for listed players unless a specific announcement is made at the time of performance.

Pat Bell — Violet Weston/Mattie Fae Aiken; Eliana Marianes — Johnna Monevata/Jean Fordham; Stacy Melich — Barbara Fordham/Ivy Weston/Karen Weston; Jamie Moore — Steve Heidebrecht/Little Charles/Sheriff Deon Gilbeau; Rial Ellsworth — Beverly Weston/Charlie Aiken/Bill Fordham

R. Lamar Williams.................................................................. Assistant Stage Manager William Illg.............................................................................. Assistant to the Director Amy Radebaugh.............................................. Stage Management Production Assistant Chris Kayser.............................................................................................Fight Captain *Denotes a member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.

Setting: August 2007, Pawhuska, Oklahoma Prologue Act I — Thursday Night Act II — Saturday, 3pm Act III — Saturday Night There will be two intermissions The videotaping or other video or audio recording of this production is strictly prohibited, is a violation of United States Copyright Law and is an actionable Federal Offense. Cameras and recording devices are absolutely prohibited in the theatre. Cell phones and pagers are extremely disturbing and should be silenced before the performance begins. The Alliance Theatre Company operates under an agreement between the League of Resident Theatres (LORT) and Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States, and the Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers, an independent national labor union. The Alliance Theatre at the Woodruff is a member of Theatre Communications Group (TCG), the national organization for the American theatre, and is a member of the League of Resident Theatres (LORT), the International Association of Theatre for Children and Young Audiences (ASSITEJ/USA), The Atlanta Coalition of Theatres, the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, the Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau, and the Midtown Alliance.

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cast

Andrew Benator

Richard Garner

Brenda Bynum

Del Hamilton

Joe Knezevich

Pat Bell

Jill Jane Clements

Bart Hansard

Bethany Anne Lind

Eliana Marianes

Stacy Melich

Carolyn Cook

Chris Kayser

Courtney Patterson

Tess Malis Kincaid

Diany Rodriguez

Jamie Moore

Rial Ellsworth

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profiles Andrew Benator (Little Charles) Alliance Theatre: Eurydice (Suzi Award), Tennis in Nablus. Atlanta: Young Man From Atlanta (Theatrical Outfit); Becky Shaw (Actor’s Express); You Can’t Take It With You (Theatre Emory); Boeing, Boeing (Aurora Theatre); Room Service (Theatre in the Square); Brooklyn Boy, Hank Kimmel’s Shorts (Jewish Theater of the South). Off-Broadway: Things You Shouldn’t Say Past Midnight, Valparaiso, Flu Season. Regional: Hartford Theater Works, Pittsburgh Public Theater, Sacramento’s B St. Theater, San Jose Rep, San Francisco’s Magic Theater. Film & TV: “House of Payne,” “Meet the Browns,” “Law & Order,” “Third Watch,” Quarantine 2, Game Six, Nowhere to Go But Up. andrewbenator.com

Warm Springs, Mama Flora’s Family and Murder in Mississippi. CAROLYN COOK (Ivy Weston) Alliance Theatre: Sight Unseen, A Man for All Seasons. Alliance Children’s Theatre: Charlotte’s Web, Merlin!, The Snow Queen, Jax and the Graviteers. International: Voir Un Ami Pleurer (Théâtre du Rêve at Centre Wallonie-Bruxelles, Paris) and My Children! My Africa! (7 Stages tour in England, Wales and Northern Ireland). Atlanta: Georgia Shakespeare associate artist; 17 seasons including Goneril in King Lear, Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing, Athena in The Odyssey, Blanche du Bois in A Streetcar Named Desire and Madame Ranyevskaya in The Cherry Orchard. Other Atlanta credits: Alison in Brownie Points (Theatrical Outfit), Theresa in 100 Saints You Should Know (Actor’s Express), Lizzie in The Syringa Tree and Lane in The Clean House (Horizon Theatre), Mama in Hominid (Out of Hand and Theater Emory).

BRENDA BYNUM (Violet Weston) was last seen at the Alliance in Sandra Deer’s The Subject Tonight is Love, directed by Kenny Leon. Before that, she might best be remembered here for Deer’s Gal Baby and Angels in America. From 1983 until 2000, she was a resident artist and lecturer with Theater Emory, where she has been honored with the establishment of The Brenda Bynum Award and named a Heilbrun Distinguished Emeritus Research Fellow. She has acted in or directed most of the plays of Samuel Beckett in this country and in Europe and has just recorded the voice of Margaret Mitchell for a public television documentary on the author. Before retiring from the stage to play with her grandchildren, she appeared in almost all of Atlanta’s theaters in a lot of plays with a lot of fine actors. She is happy to be back home with her Atlanta theater family one more time.

RICHARD GARNER (Charlie Aiken) was last seen on the Alliance stage as an actor in 1986 in a lunchtime series production directed by a young directing intern named Kenny Leon. Atlanta: Mauritius, Blue Orange (Actor’s Express); King Lear, Twelfth Night, The Three Musketeers, Richard III, Much Ado About Nothing, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Georgia Shakespeare); The Three Sisters (Soulstice Repertory); Freedom of the City (Theater Gael). Training: American Conservatory Theater. Currently enjoying his 26th season as cofounder and producing artistic director of Georgia Shakespeare.

Jill Jane Clements (Mattie Fae Aiken) last appeared at the Alliance in their children’s theatre production of The Miracle Worker. Jill Jane’s previous Alliance credits include Steel Magnolias, A Christmas Carol, Crimes of the Heart, Music Man, A Streetcar Named Desire and Loose Ends. Some recent Atlanta theatre productions are Buried Child, Night Blooms, Driving Miss Daisy, Southern Comforts, The Clean House and Turned Funny. Her film credits include Randy and the Mob, The Real McCoy, My Cousin Vinny, and the CBS mini-series Elvis. Her television work includes “In the Heat of the Night,” “Savannah,” and the TV films

DEL HAMILTON (Beverly Weston) as co-founder of 7 Stages, Del has engaged the community of Little 5 Points since the theatre’s inception in 1979. As Artistic Director, he has directed over 80 productions at 7 Stages, including HUSH: Composing Blind Tom Wiggins, Athol Fugard’s My Children! My Africa!, Macbeth, the Tempest and the rock opera, Haus von Dracul. He has also acted in Beckett’s Waiting for Godot, directed by long-time collaborator Joe Chaikin Krapp’s Last Tape, directed by Walter Asmus; and a lot of other Beckett roles; Carmen Kittel by Georg Seidel; Der Park by Botho Strauss, Fugard’s A Place With the Pigs, Der Frosch by Herbert

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profiles Achternbusch and the original 1987 production of Jim Grimsley’s Mr. Universe. He toured in Europe with Sahr Ngaujah (FELA!) in a coproduction with Onafhankelijk Toneel in a story by Manuel Puig. Del has acted and directed at theaters in Atlanta, New York, London, Paris, Belgrade, Johannesburg and Amsterdam. BART HANSARD (Sheriff Deon Gilbeau) was last seen at the Alliance in this season’s production of A Christmas Carol. His previous Alliance credits include Grapes of Wrath, A Death in the House Next Door to Kathleen Turner’s House on Long Island, Tennis in Nablus and many delightful Alliance children’s theatre shows. On the regional scene, Bart has performed in Actor’s Theatre of Louisville’s A Tuna Christmas as one half of the town, as well as Psuedolous in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum for the Attic Theatre in Detroit. His film and television credits include Tyler Perry’s “House of Payne,” as the reoccurring fireman, Bart; and “Good Eats,” as various and sundry gourmands who plague host Alton Brown. Around town, you may have spied Mr. Hansard as Max Tarasov in “Superior Donuts” at the Horizon, another Tracy Letts play. Chris Kayser (Bill Fordham) Alliance patrons may recognize Chris Kayser from his many visitations in A Christmas Carol. Other Alliance credits include Peter Pan, Brigadoon, Miss Ever’s Boys, Art, Eurydice, Angels in America: Millennium Approaches, Angels in America: Perestroika, The Grapes of Wrath, Glengarry Glen Ross and Degas’ Little Dancer. Tess Malis Kincaid (Barbara Fordham) has appeared at the Alliance in Moonlight and Magnolias, The Miracle Worker and Amadeus. Most recently, she appeared as Arkadina in Chekhov’s Seagull at Marin Theatre in San Francisco. Tess is an associate artist at Georgia Shakespeare, where she has performed in plays including Titus Andronicus, The Odyssey, Midsummer Night’s Dream, Hamlet and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof; this summer, she will appear as Cleopatra in Antony and Cleopatra. Tess also has worked at Actor’s Express, Georgia Ensemble Theatre, Theatre in the Square, Horizon Theatre, People’s Light

& Theatre (Philadelphia), and NC Shakespeare Festival (8 seasons). Film/TV: I Can Do Bad All By Myself, “House of Payne.” She received the 2010 Suzi Bass Award for Best Actress in a Play for Good Boys and True. Tess is a graduate of Wake Forest University, and the Alliance Theatre Professional Actor Training Program. She is married to actor Mark Kincaid, and they have a beautiful daughter, Barbara Rose. Joe Knezevich (Steve Heidebrecht) Joe is honored to return to the Alliance with this group of Atlanta’s finest theatre artists, including many of his best friends. Raised in Miami, trained at Florida State (with a stop-over in London) he has been in Atlanta for 12 years, primarily acting and teaching at the Alliance as well as Georgia Shakespeare, where he is a devoted artistic associate. Professional highlights include Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, here on this stage, starring the playwright of tonight’s show, the amazing Tracy Letts; also Metamorphoses and Richard III at Georgia Shakespeare, where he can be seen in this year’s upcoming summer repertory. He also plays Jonathan Gilbert on “The Vampire Diaries” and has appeared in “One Tree Hill,” “Drop Dead Diva” and will be in the upcoming series “Franklin and Bash” and “Necessary Roughness.” Follow Joe online at joeknezevich.com Bethany Anne Lind (Jean Fordham) previous Alliance credits include two world premieres: 26 Miles and Carapace. Other world premieres: Night Blooms at Horizon Theatre, The Storytelling Ability of a Boy at Florida Stage, and Buy My House Please at Aurora Theatre. Atlanta/Regional credits: Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre, Our Town; Jewish Theatre of the South, The Last Schwartz (Suzi Award, outstanding featured actress); Aurora Theatre, The Storytelling Ability of a Boy (Suzi nomination, outstanding lead actress) Georgia Shakespeare, Metamorphoses (Suzi Award, outstanding ensemble); Synchronicity, Junie B. Jones; Theatre in the Square, This is Our Youth; Georgia Ensemble, Steel Magnolias; North Carolina Shakespeare, A Christmas Carol and Twelfth Night; Cape Fear Regional, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Smoke on the Mountain. Film and television: “Drop Dead Diva” and Mean Girls 2. Visit bethanylind.com. alliancetheatre.org

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profiles Courtney Patterson (Karen Weston) returns to the Alliance after another turn in A Christmas Carol (Ghost of Christmas Past). Other Alliance credits include Managing Maxine, Eurydice, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (with Tracy Letts and Amy Morton), Frame 312, Light Up the Sky. Atlanta credits include King Lear, A Streetcar Named Desire, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Twelfth Night, Hamlet (Georgia Shakespeare), Brownie Points, Lost Highway (Theatrical Outfit), Boeing! Boeing! (Aurora Theatre), My Name is Rachel Corrie (Synchronicity Performance Group) She also can be seen popping up on cooking shows and various commercials. Much love to Nick, Mom and Dad. Enjoy the show! courtneypatterson.net Diany Rodriguez (Johnna Monevata) was recently seen on the Alliance stage in Middle School the Musical, the Kendeda Festival reading of Noche Y Mourning and or in the audience of Bring it On: The Musical — screaming like a crazy person. You may also have seen her touring as Dora and Map in Nickelodeon’s Dora the Explorer Live! Other notable credits include: Mark’s Mom (US Mimi) in RENT (Asia tour); Carmen in Fame; Anya in The Cherry Orchard; Lucille in Junie B. Jones; Diana Morales in A Chorus Line; Catherine in Pippin; Scarlet in Coyote Ugly; and Anjia/Ruth in Shlomo (off-Broadway). She would like to thank the Alliance for taking a chance on her and for hopefully continuing to do so ... please? Also, she thanks her car. Pat Bell (US Violet Weston/Mattie Fae Aiken) This is Pat’s fourth production as an Alliance understudy, having previously covered major roles for Frame 312, Bluish and Doubt. Area stage appearances include Atlanta Shakespeare Company, Georgia Shakespeare Festival, Jewish Theatre of the South, Georgia Ensemble Theatre, OnStage Atlanta, Stage Door Players, Process Theatre and Actor’s Express. Most recentle she played Daisy Worthen in Driving Miss Daisy, at the Legacy Theatre in Tyrone, Georgia. Pat is a performing artist for Young Audiences of the Woodruff Arts Center and works with the Emory University Medical School in their Standardized Patient program. She dedicates her work on this production to the loving memory of her father, Louis Duran.

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Eliana Marianes (US Johnna Monevata/ Jean Fordham) graduated from Emory University with a B.A. in Theater Studies and English, and is thrilled to be working with the Alliance. She has performed with Georgia Shakespeare Festival, Synchronicity Performance Group, Out of Hand Theater, The Center for Puppetry Arts, Georgia Ensemble Theater, Theater Emory, Emory Dance Company, Academy Theatre, Theatre Decatur, and Théâtre du Rève, both in Atlanta and in Limoges, France. She is very happy to be here! Stacy Melich (US Barbara Fordham/Ivy Weston/Karen Weston) was last seen on stage as Becca in Broadsword at Actor’s Express. Some past Atlanta credits include Good Boys and True (Suzi Nomination for Best Featured Actress), dark play or stories for boys, End Days (Suzi Nomination for Best Ensemble), Stop Kiss (Creative Loafing, Best Actress), Hard Feelings and Three Sisters with Synchronicity, Measure for Measure and Closer with Rogue Planet and Fool for Love with Vision Quest, to name a few. Some New York credits include: Cedarwood Avenue at Vital Theatre and Kate Crackernuts at the Flea Theatre, where she also was a company member. Stacy starred in the independent film Medusa, which earned her an Atlanta Film Festival Best Actress nomination. Jamie Moore (US Steve Heidebrecht/Little Charles/Sheriff Deon Gilbeau) is making his Alliance debut, though he is a veteran of theatre, film and television. He has performed in hundreds of commercials and you may have seen him in “House of Payne,” “One Tree Hill” and “Army Wives.” He is always working with Laughing Matters doing improvisational theatre as well as instructing with several outlets in the Atlanta area. Rial Ellsworth (US Beverly Weston/Charlie Aiken/Bill Fordham) is new to the Alliance, but not to Atlanta theater patrons. His credits include: Dr. Thorne in Broadsword (Actor’s Express), Coach Russell Shea in Good Boys and True (Actor’s Express), Mr. Klemper in The Boys Next Door (Georgia Ensemble), Officer Klein in Arsenic and Old Lace (Georgia Ensemble), Governor Danforth in The Crucible (Oglethorpe University), Rene Gallimard in M


profiles Butterfly (OnStage Atlanta), and Dr Lyman in Bus Stop (Stage Door Players). Last summer, his performance as Chaim Shotsky in Chaim’s Love Song (Kudzu Playhouse) earned him a best actor nomination from the 2010 Metropolitan Theater Awards. Originally from McComb, Miss., he and his wife of 32 years have lovingly called Atlanta “home” for the past 17. As an avid supporter of live theatre in Atlanta, he thanks you for your support of this production. Susan V. Booth (Jennings Hertz, Jr. Artistic Director) joined the Alliance Theatre in 2001. Over the past nine seasons, she has initiated the Collision Project for teens, the Kendeda Graduate Playwriting Competition, created local producing partnerships and overseen regional collaborative productions, as well as commercial partnerships on projects including The Color Purple; Bring It On: The Musical; The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee; SISTER ACT the Musical; Bring in Da’ Noise, Bring in Da’ Funk; and Jesus Christ Superstar GOSPEL, which she also directed. As a director, she has worked nationally at theatres including Goodman, La Jolla Playhouse, New York Stage and Film, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Northlight Theatre, Victory Gardens, Court Theatre and many others. She holds degrees from Denison and Northwestern Universities and was a fellow of the National Critics Institute and the Kemper Foundation. She has held teaching positions at Northwestern and DePaul Universities, and currently serves as adjunct faculty with Emory University. She is the immediate past president of the board of directors for Theatre Communications Group (the national service organization for the field), is on the artistic board of the Steinberg Charitable Trust in New York, and serves on the board of the Metro Atlanta Arts and Culture Coalition. Susan is married to Max Leventhal and is the proud mother of Moira Rose Leventhal. Leslie Taylor (Set Designer) is delighted to return to the Alliance to design August: Osage County. Other designs at the Alliance

include Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris, Glengarry Glen Ross, The Trap and Other People’s Money. Leslie serves as director of the Center for Creativity and Arts at Emory University and chair of the Department of Theater and Dance. She has designed for Georgia Shakespeare, 7 Stages, Theatrical Outfit, Actor’s Express, Out of Hand Theater, Théâtre du Rêve and Georgia Ensemble Theatre. She also has designed for Opera Theatre of St. Louis, Geva Theatre, Portland Stage Company and Indiana Repertory Theatre, to name a few. She was the associate designer to Ming Cho Lee on the Tony Award-winning K-2 as well as the designer of numerous offand off-off-Broadway productions. Leslie is a graduate of Wellesley College and New York University School of the Arts. Mariann Verheyen (Costume Designer) has designed for the Alliance since 1985, most recently Avenue X (Suzi Nomination), August Wilson’s Full Circle: Gem of the Ocean, Radio Golf, Intimate Apparel (Suzi Award), Day of Kings, A Christmas Carol and Light Up the Sky. New York credits include: Broadway’s Peter Pan, Everybody’s Ruby (Audelco Award Nomination), numerous off-Broadway productions and 10 years of commercial styling. Other credits: The Ford’s, The Huntington, Missouri Repertory, Cincinnati Playhouse, and Chicago, Oregon, Colorado and Alabama Shakespeare theaters, Disney Cruise Lines, Disney World and Sea World San Antonio. Awards: Three Boston I.R.N.E.’s, NYC Villager Downtown Theater Award, Chicago’s 2002 Jeff Award and Jeff nominations 2005 and 2007. She is the recipient of two Distinguished Achievement Awards and head of the Costume Design Program at Boston University College of Fine Arts, School of Theater. Ken Yunker (Lighting Designer) Alliance Theatre: Avenue X, The Underpants, Go Dog, Go!, Mrs. Warren’s Profession, Aladdin, Bluish, Einstein is a Dummy, Day of Kings, The Miracle Worker, Leap, Ferdinand the Bull. Based in Atlanta since 1989, he is the resident designer for The Atlanta Opera, the Sarasota Opera Association and Opera New Jersey/Princeton. Local designs include Theatre in the Square, alliancetheatre.org

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profiles True Colors, Theatrical Outfit, Georgia Ensemble, Atlanta Lyric, Ballethnic Dance Company, Six Flags Over Georgia, Brenau University, Clayton State University and Emory University. National credits include Utah Shakespeare Festival, Bermuda Arts Festival, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Utah Symphony and Opera, Tulsa Opera, Fort Worth Opera, San Antonio Opera, Augusta Opera, Florida State Opera and Arizona Opera. Awards: Suzi Bass Award for Avenue X, previous nominations include Rejoice and The Persians; Abbey Artist of the Year nomination; Creative Loafing lighting award in Best of Atlanta; Theatre in the Square Jenny Award — 7 total for Best Lighting. Clay Benning (Sound Designer) has designed more than 70 productions for the Alliance Theatre, including Pacific Overtures, Class of 3000 LIVE, Jelly’s Last Jam, Avenue X, Five Guys Named Moe, Eurydice and Topdog/Underdog. He is also an associate artist at Georgia Shakespeare with designs for more than 15 productions, including King Lear, Metamorphoses, Julius Caesar, Titus Andronicus, Antigone and Pericles. Atlanta Ballet: The Great Gatsby, big (featuring Big Boi). Regional work: Cincinnati Playhouse, Repertory Theatre of St.Louis, Theatrical Outfit, Synchronicity Theatre. Awards: 2006, 2007 and 2009 Suzi Bass Awards for Best Sound Design (Metamorphoses, False Creeds and Titus Andronicus). Production sound engineer for the world premiers of The Color Purple, Jesus Christ Superstar GOSPEL and Come Fly With Me. He is a graduate of Presbyterian College (B.A.), North Carolina School of the Arts (M.F.A.) and a member of IATSE. Pat A. Flora (Production Stage Manager) has been affiliated with the Alliance Theater for more than 30 years, with favorite projects too numerous to list. She has had the great good fortune to work with many talented professionals in a variety of artistic disciplines not only in Atlanta but throughout the country and abroad. Ms. Flora is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association, since 1980. R. Lamar Williams (Assistant Stage Manager) is an Atlanta native. Rodney studied Theatre at Florida A&M University’s Essential Theatre. His 10-year tenure at the Alliance

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Theatre has included: stage managing Carapace, Sammy & Me, Tennis In Nablus, The Second Ciy: Peach Drop Stop & Roll and The Second City: Miracle on 1280 Peachtree Street; and assistant stage managing August Wilson Full Circle: Gem of the Ocean and Radio Golf; Doubt; Jelly’s Last Jam and the world premieres of Women of Brewster Place, Sister Act: The Musical and The Heart is a Lonely Hunter. For Sensei, JDawn and all humanity — “living life as ART!” Patrick McColery (Co-Dramaturg) was assistant director to Andy Blankenbuehler on the recent world premiere of Bring it On: The Musical at the Alliance Theatre. Also at the Alliance: Director (Taste of the Season ’09 and ’10, Splinters for the acting program, and staged readings of Spoon Lake Blues, You Can’t Sit Down and Children of the Dream), Dramaturg (Avenue X — Dir: Susan V. Booth), Producer (The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later, staged reading in partnership with Actor’s Express and Tectonic Theater Project), Co-Producer (2009 Atlanta Kendeda readings), Assistant Producer (NYC Kendeda readings at New York Theatre Workshop). He’s been a freelance Atlanta theatre artist for 10 years working with The Atlanta Opera, The Center for Puppetry Arts, Synchronicity Theatre, 7 Stages, Horizon Theatre, Dad’s Garage, Essential Theatre, Haverty Marionettes, Trinity Theatre and Habima Theatre. Patrick is a proud recipient of the Nurturing Youth Award from Hands On Atlanta. Bari Newport (Co-Dramaturg) is currently an artistic associate at the Alliance. Previously, Bari was artistic associate/literary manager at the Pasadena Playhouse, associate producer at Horizon Theatre and associate director at Florida Repertory Theatre. As a director and actor, her work has been seen at American Stage, Horizon Theatre Company, Greenbrier Valley Theatre, Theatre 150, Cumberland County Playhouse, Florida Repertory Theatre, Sacramento Theatre Company, Westport Country Playhouse and at the Williamstown Theatre Festival. Bari holds a B.F.A. from the University of Southern California, where her efforts yielded the creation of the Bill White Memorial Theatre Collection, USC’s first and


profiles only theatrical library. She received her M.F.A. from the University of Iowa. She is a recipient of the TCG New Generations: Future Leaders grant and is an adjunct professor at Kennesaw State University. Scot J. Mann and Kelly Martin (Fight Choreography) are award-winning and internationally recognized fight directors and teachers through the Society of American Fight Directors, the British Academy of Stage and Screen Combat. They have choreographed, performed and coached theatrical violence in the U.S., England, and Germany with such companies as The Steppenwolf Theatre, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, New Stage Theatre, Mill Mountain Theatre, Georgia Shakespeare and here at the wonderful Alliance Theatre. Together they served as tactics choreographers and stunt players for the Sci-Fi feature film Eyeborgs. Scot was on-set swordmaster for the Bollywood Epic, DRONA, filmed in India, and is the director of theatre at Mercer University. Proud members of AEA & The Society of American Fight Directors. Jody Feldman (Casting) has had responsibility for Alliance Theatre casting since 1992, casting well over 100 Alliance, Hertz Stage and Theatre for Young Audiences productions, including the world premieres of The Color Purple, Aida, The Last Night of Ballyhoo, Blues for an Alabama Sky and Bluish. Other favorites include Jelly’s Last Jam, Day of the Kings, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? and the Kendeda Graduate Playwriting Competition readings each spring. Jody is also casting director for Kenny Leon’s

True Colors Theatre Company as well as various other regional theatres and commercial endeavors. She serves as line producer for artistic projects such as Taste of the Season and the 2005 August Wilson Tribute. Jody began her theatre career first as an actress and then as the assistant general manager of the Academy Theatre. More than anything, Jody would like to thank you for being here to share the joy of live theatre with her Alliance Theatre family. ROSEMARY NEWCOTT (The Sally G. Tomlinson Artistic Director of Theatre for Youth) has been directing, acting and teaching at the Alliance Theatre since 1988. Favorite Alliance directing credits include Middle School the Musical (world premiere); Disney’s Mulan; Class of 3000 LIVE (world premiere); Seussical the Musical; A Christmas Carol; Einstein Is a Dummy (world premiere); and the high school Collision Project. Newcott has directed at Horizon Theatre, Theatrical Outfit, Center for Puppetry Arts, Academy Theatre, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, Virginia Stage Company, Seaside Rep, La Jolla Playhouse and the Kennedy Center. Newcott was named PBA Lexus Leader of the Arts and Best Director by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution for the 2001-2002 season. In 2005, she received the GTC Distinguished Career Award. Newcott is also the recipient of a Princess Grace Foundation Fellowship and the 2010 Suzi Bass Spirit Award. She is on the board of TYA/USA.

Why this play? After it won the Pulitzer and the Tony, the Atlanta community— patrons and artists — began to clamor for the Alliance to produce this fantastic acting tour de force.

Why Atlanta? Because Atlanta actors are every bit as good as that fantastic ensemble that premiered the play in Chicago, and this is a chance to showcase to our city how skilled our acting talent is. Because we can get artistic directors from Georgia Shakespeare and 7 Stages to act on our stage. Because this production is a celebration of our entire Atlanta theatre community.

Why now? Because it is always the right time to enjoy someone else’s family behaving REALLY badly.

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About the Alliance Theatre A Brief History Atlanta’s nationally acclaimed Alliance Theatre, recipient of the Regional Theatre Tony Award®, creates the powerful experience of shared theatre for diverse people of all ages. Under the leadership of Jennings Hertz, Jr. Artistic Director Susan V. Booth, the Alliance Theatre uses contemporary classics, field leading theatre artists and a commitment to premiere as the foundation for a national theatre with a local address. The theatre’s two stages host 200,000 adult and youth patrons each season, and the Alliance engages and educates students and teachers of all ages through its extensive training programs and commitment to providing a community forum for connection and dialogue. The Alliance leads the national regional theatre field in the creation of significant American musicals and plays. This includes over 70 premieres that have enjoyed future lives in theatres across the country as well as Tony Award®-winning moves to Broadway: Alice Walker’s The Color Purple, Elton John and Tim Rice’s Aida and Alfred Uhry’s The Last Night of Ballyhoo. Following their Atlanta premieres, the Alliance transferred Twyla Tharp’s Come Fly Away to Broadway for a critically acclaimed Tony Award®-nominated run while Sister Act: the Musical will arrive on Broadway this season after its run on London’s West End. The Alliance also originated the national tours of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee and Bring in ‘da Noise, Bring in ‘da Funk as well as the World Premiere of Bring It On: The Musical. The Alliance enjoys a national reputation for finding and developing Atlanta artists for the national stage, including New York Times bestseller Pearl Cleage whose The Nacirema Society Requests the Honor of Your Presence at a Celebration of Their First One Hundred Years was the latest of Cleage’s Alliance world premieres. Further evidence of the Alliance’s commitment to new work is its nationally recognized National Graduate Playwriting Competition, a cutting-edge program introducing student playwrights to professional networks across the country while producing the world premiere of the winning student’s work here at the Alliance. Work by past competition winners has gone on to be produced by theatres in New York, Chicago, London, San Francisco and beyond. The Alliance continuously brings Atlanta the finest talent and finest art—proving once again that the Alliance is where great theatre lives. The Alliance Theatre is a division of the Woodruff Arts Center in Atlanta, Georgia, which also houses the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, High Museum of Art and Young Audiences.

Our Mission As a leading national theatre, the Alliance Theatre sets the highest artistic standards, creating the powerful experience of shared theatre for diverse people. 404.733.4650 or alliancetheatre.org http://facebook.com/AllianceTheatre

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Family Gathering An all-Atlanta cast brings decades of familiarity to August: Osage County By PATRICK McCOLERY and BARI NEWPORT

As longtime members of the Atlanta theatre community, the actors in this cast have known and worked with each other for years. We thought it only fitting to ask them to reminisce (or dish) about their own “family baggage.” Brenda Bynum: Jill Jane and I worked together at the old Academy Theater in the late ’70s and early ’80s, and in the ’90s at Theater Emory, and have been friends all along. Jill Jane Clements: I played Brenda’s mother in my first profession production in Atlanta at the Academy, Getting Out. Brenda: And then, there’s Del. We’re fueled by our shared passions for Beckett (Happy Days) and Fugard (A Place for the Pigs) and mutual respect over many years — at least 30! We have shared a dressing room, and I have seen him naked onstage in a pig sty — albeit for me working without my glasses — alas, all the good stuff was no more than a pink blur. This is our third scripted marriage — or have I lost count? Del Hamilton: Brenda’s correct. I do love Beckett, and am in awe of the mysteries he unlocks when I get to perform his texts. As to what she did or did not see while gleefully whipping

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my naked body with a stick night after night, well, I must defer to her sense of taste and her kind disregard for the sight of my full splendor. Jill Jane: I got to stage-manage Del in Joe Chaikin’s Waiting for Godot at 7 Stages, and we traveled to The Hague for a Samuel Beckett Festival. Brenda was there too! What a ball we had in Holland! Bethany Anne Lind: Jill Jane has played my mother, grandmother, and now my great aunt — all within the last year! Also, she helped my husband and me with some landscaping because she has this genius green thumb thing going on. I have a thumb of death. Tess Malis Kincaid: I first worked with Bethany Lind in Steel Magnolias at Georgia Ensemble. I had to do a bridal “up-do” to her hair every night, and she never once complained about all the hairspray. I love that girl — she’s a rock star.


Richard Garner: One incident I remember was a rare time when I was acting on the Georgia Shakes stage, in a production of Twelfth Night. I went up on a line, and Chris started to give me some help. I thought I had the line, so I actually waved him off. And, that damn line never came. Lesson learned: when Chris Kayser offers a helping hand on stage, don’t wave it away. Diany Rodriguez: I’ve only worked with a handful of my fellow cast members before, almost six years ago, as an intern at Georgia Shakespeare. Courtney Patterson: I DO remember that the only thing Diany really ate was microwave Hormel chili with one packet of sugar stirred in. Surprisingly enough, I had to clean her vomit off the floor

one night in the dressing room before a show. Huh.  It was fine, though.  I had been a bartender for several years so I was pretty much desensitized.   Andrew Benator: Greatest moment I had with Courtney was in Boeing, Boeing at the Aurora. It involved her high-heeled shoe unintentionally sailing into the audience. Classic! Courtney: Andrew is one of my favorite people. He threw me under the bus once in a show. He did something hilariously unexpected and made me break. — Totally unprofessional, I know, but as the audience was laughing AT me — and my pride was literally shriveling before their eyes - he raised his hands in victory! Claimed it was some Comedia clown pose. Nice, Andrew. Real nice. alliancetheatre.org

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board of directors Officers Board Chair Vice Chair Immediate Past Chair Treasurer

Dan Reardon Victoria Palefsky Howard L. Feinsand Steve Chaddick

Directors James L. Anderson Candace Bell Kenny Blank Sarah Robinson Borders Mark Callaway Frank S. Chew Alan Colberg Linda Davidson Philippa V. Ellis Daryl Evans A.D. Frazier Patrick J. Gunning Laura Hardman P. J. Younglove Hovey

Jocelyn J. Hunter Rosthema Viener Kastin James Kilberg Jeff Levy Valarie Lischer Cynthia H. Maloy Alan McKeon S. Alan McKnight, Jr. John Hays Mershon Hala Moddelmog Philip H. MoĂŻse Maureen Morrison Richard S. Myrick Scarlet Pressley-Brown

Rita M. Anderson Kenneth L. Bernhardt Ann W. Cramer

George Goodwin Helen M. Regenstein Robert E. Reiser, Jr.

Life Directors

Helen Smith Price Douglas F. Reid Maurice M. Rosenbaum William B. Rowland Karl Sachsenmaier Alan Schreihofer Stephen Selig Debbie Shelton William D. Sleeper Karen Spiegel Charles E. Taylor Robert Walker Peter D. Weitzner A. Penniman Wells, Jr.

Jane E. Shivers Sally G. Tomlinson Benjamin T. White

Advisory Board Advisory Board Chair: Ann W. Cramer Madelyn Adams Judy Anderson Mark Bell Barry Berlin Veronica Biggins Erin Brown Stephen Brown Donna Burchfield Susan Callaway James Cox Chambers Ron Clark Tony Conway Richard Cravey Jackie Cushman Sallie Daniel Debbie Dermer John Deushane Patti Dickey Sally Dorsey

Diane Durgin Charles Edwards Jo Roberson Edwards Randi Emerman Reade Fahs Kathryn Farley Ellen Feinsand Valerie Ferguson Barry Flink Jay Freer Margie Goheen Lisa Greenberg Jennifer Hale Virginia Hepner Stephanie Husk Andrea Jones John Keller David Kuniansky Valerie Hartman Levy

Constance Lewis Kristie Madara Kent Matlock Philip McAdoo Penny McPhee Cathy Missildine-Martin Dedi Mohr Cynthia Moreland Elena Mulligan Linda Newport Bill Nigut William Pate Monica Pearson Travis Reed Harrison Rohr Bobby Rosenbloum Jack Sawyer Christine Schneider Sonny Seals

Volunteer Leadership President, STARS/Alliance Children’s Theatre Guild President, Alliance Theatre Guild

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Valarie Lischer Sarah Larson

Linda Selig Janece Shaffer Anne Joyner Sheehan Brian Shepler Cindy Shepler Linda Silberman Chandra StephensAlbright Charlita StephensWalker Veda Storey Todd Tautfest Susan Tucker Wayne Vason Lynda Walker Rick Western Mary Williams Suzy Wilner Joni Winston


alliance theatre staff Artistic Jennings Hertz, Jr. Artistic Director.................................... Susan V. Booth Sally G. Tomlinson Artistic Director of Theatre for Youth..............................................Rosemary Newcott Associate Producer.............................................................. Jody Feldman Director of New Projects.........................................................Celise Kalke Artistic Associate....................................................................Bari Newport Artist in Residence................................................................. Pearl Cleage Community Engagement & Casting................................ DayRon J. Miles Artistic Assistant.........................................................................William Illg Education Director of Educational Programs............................... Christopher Moses Director of the Acting Program..............................................Al Hamacher Director, Institute for Educators and Teaching Artists......................................................Carol T. Jones Assistant Director, Institute for Educators and Teaching Artists..............................Michele Mummert Education Development Manager.......................................Sharon Brewer Education Coordinator & Producer of Drama Camps ................................. Christina Dresser Institute for Educators & Teaching Artists Assistant...........................................Padgett Ward Education Assistant..............................................................Rachel Jones Resident Artist in Education........................................... Patrick McColery Resident Teaching Artists............Kim Bowers-Rheay, Valletta Anderson Teaching Artists................................... Ricardo Aponte, Paul Armbruster, Denise Arribas, Olivia Aston, Greg Bosworth, Corey Bradberry, Enisha Brewster, Jaehn Claire, Brooke Collins Hamilton, Steve Coulter, John Doyle, Sharon Foote, Allison Gardner, Kimberly Geter, Joe Gfaller, Holly Godwin, Amy Handler, Bart Hansard, Angie Harrell, Michael Haverty, Jennifer Hebblethwaite, Laura Heckman, Charolette House, Lesley Howe, Vikki Holloway, BJ Hughes, John Jaramillio, Jan Jensen, Carol Jones, Rachel Jones, Sims Lamason, LeeAnna Lambert, Bethany Lind, Amy Lucas, Jen MacQueen, Barry Stewart Mann, Morgan McCrary, Michele McCullough Hazard, Bryan Mercer, Nancy Meyer, Tracy V. Moore, Kati Grace Morton, Jessica Muhammad, Sarah Onsager, Karen Ramps, Claire Ritzler, Manny Rivers, Kirk Seaman, Linda Sherbert, Don Slaton, Sheri Mann Stewart, Ambondem Tazano, Allison Upshaw, Rachel White, Jeanene Williams

Administration General Manager............................................................... Max Leventhal Company Manager........................................................... Laura Thruston Management Assistant............................................................Alicia Quirk Manager of Information Resources........................................ Jim Hubbert Finance Director of Finance................................................................ Brian Shively Accounting Coordinator............................................................... Julie Hall Accounting Coordinator...................................................Ashley Bradford Development Director of Development..................................Kristin Hathaway Hansen Major Contributions Manager.................................................. Ann Wilson Annual Fund Coordinator..............................................Rebecca Bowden Special Events & Board Manager...............................Lindsey Hardegree Grants Manager...............................................................Davia Weatherill Development Volunteer...................................................Elaine Hentschel Development Assistant.........................................................Kat Reynolds Marketing Interim Director of Marketing................................................. Terry Sagedy Advertising & Promotions Specialist................................. Caroline Tanner E-marketing Specialist.............................................................John Maley Graphic Designer................................................................ Nadine Cheng Publications Assistant.......................................Brittney Reagler-London Marketing Volunteer.................................................................... Don Vann Public Relations Agency.............................................................. Creaxion Media Facilitation Assistant..........................................Kashara Robinson Associate Director of Group Sales ................................Quidana Bosman Group Sales Coordinator...................................................Laura Peacock Associate Director of Patron Services........................................ Shana Orr Patron Services Coordinator....................................................Ken McNeil House Managers.....................Dana Hylton Calabro, Christina Dresser, Lindsey Hardegree, DayRon Miles, Charles Swint, Lynn Vatter Assistant Manager Subcriptions.........................................Danielle Hicks Senior Ticket Agents..........................................Chad Martin, Ken McNeil

Production Production Management Production Manager........................................................ Rixon Hammond Stage Management Alliance Stage Managers................................Pat A. Flora, lark hackshaw, R. Lamar Williams TYF Stage Manager..................................................................Liz Campbell TYF Stage Management Production Assistant.................. Amy Radebaugh Hertz Management Production Assistant...................... Jayson T. Waddell Stage Operations Stage Operations Manager...................................................Scott Bowne Crew Chief....................................................................... Vincent Simons Children’s Theatre Crew Chief...............................................Deb Maberry Properties Stagehand.....................................................Courtney O’Neill Flyman....................................................................................Willie Parks Electrics Electrics Manager.......................................................................Pete Shinn Staff Electricians............................................Larry Bauer, Sean Hamilton, Steve Jordan Sound Resident Sound Designer...................................................... Clay Benning Sound Engineers/Board Ops...................... Holly Blakely, Brian Smith, Jessica Weeks

Scenery Technical Director................................................................ Victor W. Smith Assistant Technical Director.......................................................Megan Kier Shop Foreman..................................................................... Patrick Conley Carpenters....... Manny Abreo, Jes Cottrell, Kevin Green, Travis Williams Charge Scenic Artist...................................................................Kat Conley Scenic Artist...............................................................................Phillip Male Properties Properties Manager...............................................................Robert Elliott Props Lead Artisan...................................................Dana Hylton Calabro Properties Buyer.........................................................Heather Schroeder Properties Artisan................................Blake Anderson, Suzanne Morris Costumes Costume Shop Manager................................................. Carol Hammond Design Assistant....................................English Benning, Emily Kramer Draper.....................................................Julie Kennedy, Cindy Lou Who Craftsmaster.................................................................. Diana L. Thomas Stitchers/First Hands................................................................. Laury Conley, Lyudmila Fesenko, Maegan Robinson Wig Master.............................................................................Karin Craven Wardrobe............................................................. John Hardy, Niki Traxler

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sponsors Alliance Sponsors are businesses, corporations and institutions that have supported the work of the Alliance Theatre. We thank them for their generosity and support.

★★★★★★★ $250,000+ The Coca-Cola Company

Kendeda Fund

U.S. Department of Education

Fulton County Arts Council The Shubert Foundation

Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.

North Highland Company Target

Zeist Foundation

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Georgia Council for the Arts National Endowment for the Arts Publix Super Markets Charities Rich Foundation

Theatre Communications Group (TCG) Wilmington Trust David, Helen & Marian Woodward Foundation

Georgia Power John H. and Wilhelmina D. Harland Foundation Premiere Global Services, Inc.

Price Gilbert Jr. Charitable Trust Frances Wood Wilson Foundation

Harry Norman Realtors Jones Day mediaedge: cia Plum Creek

Sharp Electronics SunTrust Wells Fargo Foundation WXIA-TV

★★★★★★ $100,000+ Delta Air Lines, Inc.

★★★★★ $50,000+ Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles The Home Depot

★★★★ $25,000+ The Atlanta Journal-Constitution AT&T Callaway Foundation, Inc. City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs Doris Duke Charitable Foundation

★★★ $10,000+ American Intercontinental University Atlanta Foundation Cartoon Network Georgia Pacific Foundation

★★ $5,000+ AON Bryan Cave Duke Realty Corporation John and Mary Franklin Foundation

★ $2,500+ Digital Arts Studio

The Suzuki School

By attending our theatre, you have made a powerful statement about how important the arts are to you. With the 2010-11 Season, the Alliance Theatre turns 42. Help us celebrate the power of great theatre for 42 years by making another statement of support louder than any standing ovation. Visit our website at alliancetheatre.org and click on Donate.

Alliance Theatre is a participant in the New Generations Program, funded by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation/The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and administered by Theatre Communications Group, the national organization for American theatre.

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sponsors The Coca-Cola Company is the world’s largest beverage company, refreshing consumers at a rate of 1.5 billion servings a day with more than 450 sparkling and still brands in more than 200 countries. Along with Coca-Cola, recognized as the world’s most valuable brand, the Company’s portfolio includes 12 other major brands, including Diet Coke, Fanta, Sprite, Coca-Cola Zero, vitaminwater, Powerade, Minute Maid and Georgia Coffee. Globally, we are the No. 1 provider of sparkling beverages, juices and juice drinks and ready-to-drink teas and coffees. With an enduring commitment to building sustainable communities, our Company is focused on initiatives that protect the environment, conserve resources, and enhance the economic development and cultural experiences of the communities where we operate. For more information about our Company, please visit our website at www.thecoca-colacompany.com.

Cast and company flowers sponsored by

Official Hotel

Wellness Partner

Foxgloves & Ivy

Restaurant Partners

government

Major funding for this organization is provided by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners under the guidance of the Fulton County Arts Council.

This program is supported in part by the Georgia Council for the Arts (GCA) through the appropriations from the Georgia General Assembly. GCA is a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, which believes that a great nation deserves great art.

This project is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts. Major support is provided by the City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs.

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★★★★ $35,000+ Victoria & Howard Palefsky

Sally G. Tomlinson

★★★ $25,000-$34,999 Barbara & Steve Chaddick Mr. & Mrs. Howard Feinsand

James Starr Moore Memorial Foundation

Dan & Garnet Reardon

★★ $15,000-$24,999

James & Lori Kilberg

★ $10,000-$14,999 The Balloun Family Lisa & Joe Bankoff Susan V. Booth & Max Leventhal Alan & Chi Colberg Ann & Jeff Cramer Doug & Donna Curling Linda & Gene Davidson A.D. & Clair Frazier David & Carolyn Gould Mr. & Mrs. Patrick J. Gunning Doug & Lila Hertz

Andrea & Boland Jones John & Angie Keller Phillip I. Kent Foundation Mrs. J. Hicks Lanier Valerie & Jeff Levy Maureen & Angus Morrison Richard S. & Winifred B. Myrick Patty & Doug Reid Bob & Margaret Reiser Mr. & Mrs. Charles B. Shelton III Steve & Linda Selig

John & Karen Spiegel Chandra Stephens-Albright & Warren Albright Charlita Stephens-Walker, Charles & Delores Stephens Chuck & Lisa Cannon-Taylor Mr. & Mrs. Edus H. Warren, Jr. Rick & Terri Western Ramona & Ben White Joni Winston Suzy Wilner

top billing Executive Producers ★★ $7,500-$9,999 Mark & Ansley Callaway P.J. Younglove Hovey

Paul & Rosthema Kastin Phil & Caroline Moïse

Bill & Rhonda Rowland Michael & June Tompkins

Executive Producers ★ $5,000-$7,499 Eve & Bob Eckardt Matthew & Doris Geller Jay & Debbie Goldman Kathy Harris Jocelyn J. Hunter Mr. & Mrs. James C. Kennedy Leslie Leigh M.D. Cynthia & Alan Maloy Melanie & S. Alan McKnight, Jr.

James Anderson Peg & Bill Balzer Candace & Jeff Bell The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation Sarah & Jim Borders Bryan Cave-Powell Goldstein Frank & Mary Anne Chew Marcia & John Donnell

Mr. & Mrs. John Hays Mershon Mr. Walter W. Mitchell Mr. & Mrs. Kenyon Murphy Helen Smith Price Hugh & Sue Ripps Patricia & Maurice Rosenbaum Sonny & Jeanne Seals Dr. & Mrs. Dennis Lee Spangler Penn & Sally Wells

Producers ★★ $3,500-$4,999 Mark & Pam Bell Kathy & Ken Bernhardt Mr. Dick Dickson & Ms. Yin Lo

Charles & Carol Edwards Philippa & Burrell Ellis Lubo Fund

William & Margarita Sleeper Dr. & Mrs. Dennis Lee Spangler Karen & Alex Stickney

Producers ★ $2,500-$3,499 Madelyn R. Adams Southern States LLC

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Susan & Tom Callaway John & Lucy Cook


annual fund Alliance donors provide over $1.2 million to the Annual Fund and Annual Fundraising events so that we can continue to present exceptional theatre and educational programs to our community. We are deeply grateful for their support. *Gifts processed as of March 14, 2011

Producers ★ $2,500-$3,499 (cont.) Mrs. Helen M. Regenstein Tanya M. Rutledge Alan & Cyndy Schreihofer Michele & Glenn Shear Charlotte & Tom Shields Stu & Susan Snyder Henry N. & Margaret P. Staats Procore Solutions James Taylor Susan & Thomas Wardell John & Kathy Zamer

Mr. & Mrs. J. Michael Hostinsky Mr. & Mrs. James E. Hugh, III Booker & Birdie Izell Mr. & Mrs. Mark A. Jungers David L. Kuniansky TAYLAR Development & Associates Kristie L. Madara Jodi & Henry Niden Dr. Kathleen Nixon & Dr. Gregory Berkey John & Helen Parker

Mr. & Mrs. Edward S. Croft III Douglas & Camille Duerr Robert W. & Nikki C. Eickhoff Eierman Foundation John & Cindy Ethridge Diane & Daryl Evans Ms. Beryl Farris Rick & Leslie Fuess Dr. & Mrs. Edmond I. Griffin Mr. & Mrs. Lance E. Hall Henry & Etta Raye Hirsch

Associate Producers $1,500-$2,499 Judge Gregory A. Adams & Wanda Adams Elaine & Miles Alexander Kent & Diane Alexander Dr. & Mrs. Raymond Allen Theodore & Andrea Altholz Judy M. Anderson Herb & Myrtice Arnold Elizabeth & John Bacon Ms. Ann B. Bishop Pamela Blackburn Ron & Lisa Brill Charitable Trust Ms. Susan A. Campbell Mr. & Mrs. W. Kent Canipe Stephen & Liz Carter In Memory of Mary A. Cipolla Mr. Dale Cohen Mr. & Mrs. Malon Courts Mr. & Mrs. James L. Curry Sallie Daniel Marc & Kelli Davenport Richard & Linda Diedrich Patti Dickey Douglas & Camille Duerr Diane Durgin Ralph & Ree Edwards Elizabeth Etoll Alan & Willa Fabian Reade Fahs Kathryn T. Farley, PhD Clara Feldman Michael & Jody Feldman

Valerie Ferguson Dr. & Mrs. Arnoldo Fiedotin Melanie & Richard Fine Andy Fisher Dr. Cynthia J. Fordyce & Sharon Hulette Margie & Barry Goheen Donald & Dale Goodman Mr. Dwayne E. Greene Mrs. Jack K. Hale Rachel & Mike Hammer John & Simone Hanson Dr. & Mrs. John B. Hardman David Herskovits Pearlann & Jerry Horowitz Tycho & Marie Howle Foundation Joseph Hurley Mr. & Mrs. Harold Itkin Mr. Clay Jackson Richard & Marcia Jacobson Caroline John In honor of Carol Jones & the Alliance Theatre Education Department Mr. & Mrs. Richard Kruger Conchita Heyn & Robert Lichtefeld Mr. & Mrs. James E Hugh, III Linda Lively Tim & Jane Lundberg Dick Lyon M.C. Jackson, Sr., Family Foundation Chip Mann Mr. & Mrs. Nathan Metzger

Gene G. Abel, M.D. & Nora Harlow JoAnne & Charles S. Ackerman

Rita & Ted Anderson Mr. & Mrs. William Andrade

Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Millett June M. Morrison Joyce & Michael Natbony Mr. Joseph Northington Judy Trotochaud & William Pate Bill & Carey Peard Monica K. Pearson Peg Petersen Susan & David Peterson Lynne Ragan & Jay Sampson Don & Rosalinda Ratajczak Mr. & Mrs. John Richard Alice & Peter Rogers Dr. & Mrs. Charles Rosenberg Emanuel & Peggy Roth David & Sharon Schachter Christine Schneider Mr. Kevin D. Seaway Chip & Sharon Shirley Martin & Patricia Silbiger Dean & Bronnie Smith Drs. Marjorie & Quentin Smith Dr. Paul Spiegel & Leigh Ann Wilder Sara & Paul Steinfeld Dante’s Down the Hatch, Buckhead Dr. & Mrs. Kenneth G. Taylor Judith & Mark Taylor Jackie Wallace Mr. Alex & Mr. Marc D. Weinberg Joan N. Whitcomb J.M. Wilkerson Construction Company Judy Zaban

Benefactors $1,000-$1,499 Mr. & Mrs. George Boyd Mr. & Mrs. Sam Bronfman II

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annual fund Benefactors $1,000-$1,499 (cont.) Ebony & Erin Brown Donna Burchfield & Penn Nicholson Ruth & Mark Coan Michael & Donna Coles David & Debbie Dermer Rachel Dinnerman Mr. Scott Dorfman & Ms. Susie Trotochaud Duane Morris, LLP Luxury Cars of Atlanta Jo Roberson Edwards Ms. Gail H. Evans Viki & Paul Freeman Mr. Haydn W. Fusia Mr. & Mrs. John J. Gillin Louise Staton Gunn Mr. & Mrs. Thomas B. Hyman, Jr. Bobo Jetmundsen

Kay H. & Burke C. Jones Gordon L. Joyner, Esq. Mr. Michael A. Kahn Dr. & Mrs. Michael Kalson Mr. & Mrs. Peter G. Kessenich David & Lauren Kieter Mark & Brenda Lichtenstein Mr. Alan B. McKeon & Ms. Evelyn Ashley Jim & Jo McLean Sally & Tom McNulty Avery & Valerie Munnings Ann Starr & Kent Nelson Linda Newport Bob & Gail O’Leary Carolyn Oppenheimer Mr. & Mrs. Markham D. Oswald Dave & Susan Peterson

Bill & Bamby Ray Dr. Susan Rifkin & Mr. David Rifkin Ms. Mary W. Rogers D. Jack Sawyer, Jr. Elizabeth & Ross Schiavo Nancy & Gerry Silverboard Mr. & Mrs. Timothy E. Sheehan Brenda J. Smith C. Austin Stephens Todd Tautfest The Elster Foundation Ms. Elizabeth Wallace Mr. Alex & Mr. Marc D. Weinberg Lynne Winship William & Nancy Yang Todd & Amy Zeldin

Playwright $700-$999 Veronique & Baxter Jones

Morgan Stanley

Jane E. Shivers

Peter & Sheila Anderson Ellen & Eliot Arnovitz Malcolm S. Barnes & Virginia A. Hepner Dr. Deborah Baumgarten In Memory of Sol Blaine Darrell Briscoe Sara & Alex Brown W. F. Byrnes, M.D. Franklin & Dorothy Chandler Mr. Bruce I. Crabtree, III & B.J. Erb Crabtree

Alice J. Cunningham Brad & Sally Currey Linda & Gene Davidson Dr. & Mrs. Norman Elliott Mr. & Mrs. Barry R. Elson Ms. Gail H. Evans BG Search Associates Mr. & Mrs. Jerry M. Greenbaum Wanda G. Hankes Linda & Richard Hubert Mr. & Mrs. Thomas B. Hyman, Jr. Dale & Elaine LaLonde

Mr. & Mrs. Howell Adams, Jr. Judith & Aaron Alembik Dr. & Mrs. David F. Apple, Jr. Ms. Anne Barnhart Mr. & Mrs. Roland Bates Anonymous Geoff Bieger & John Altizer Mrs. Roberta Bienfait Ms. Ann B. Bishop Julie Bishop Gary & Nancy Bivins Ms. Barbara Brady Mr. Peter A. Brannigan & Ms. Phyllis McNeill Namcy Brown Dr. Carol T. Bush & Dr. Aubrey M. Bush Ms. Mary C. Cannon Mrs. Vera C. Carter

Mr. & Mrs. John & Sue Carter Ms. Johanna Chapin Michael Clement Kimberly Collins Tim Couch Lisa Cremin & Bruce Harlan Linda & Haywood Curry Prefered Machine Works Mr. George Damergis Alexandra & Charlotte Dretler Mr. & Mrs. Robert G. Edge In memory of Donald Gareis Eliza & Bobby Ezor Mr. & Mrs. Bradford W. Ferrer John & Eleanor Finley Ms. Kimberly Finnegan Mr. Lee Francis Ms. Shan Franklin

Dr. & Mrs. Bruce Y. Tyler

Designer $500-$749 Lewis Larson Cheryl Meis Ms. Anne Newton Mr. Mark A. Pallansch Mr. & Ms. Timothy A. Pollock Adrian Prather James H. Rollins Mr. John A. Sabine Mr. Scott C. Satterwhite Mr. & Mrs. Brian Shepler Joe Sniezek Ms. Odessa K. Spraggins

Susan Stainback Mrs. C. Preston Stephens Maria-Ruth Storts Bright Paper Judith & Mark Taylor John & Bunny Underwood Ms. Elizabeth Wallace Richard & Carole Weil Valerie & Peter Weitzner Ms. Florence Zerbe Charles A. Zuver

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Homer S. French David & Luck Gambrell Drs. Stephen & Marianne Garber Ms. Linda M. Garrett Mr. & Mrs. Roger G. Gelder Dr. Lisa A. Gillespie Mr. Michael Gilliam Dr. & Mrs. Donald M. Gilner Marsha & Richard Goerss Dan & Susan Graveline Drs. Deborah & Arthur Griffiths Ms. Joanne Hayden-Miller Ms. Sylvia Halleck Mr. Larry Hamm Lindsey E. Hardegree Mr. Charles Harper Mr. John R. Hartland Dennisha Haynes

Ms. Bonnie K. Hebb Cecelia Hendrickson John & Christine Hepfinger Mr. James A. Hill Marianne & John Hines Carole W. Hinton Harris & Sharon Hobby Charles & Winnie Hoover Mr. & Mrs. Richard Hubbell Kathryn Huie Tammy Hunter Tiffany James Eric & Carol Johnson Ms. Kyla Juniel Mr. Stephen J. Kalista & Ms. Pamela San Martin Ms. Janice Karkula Mrs. Carol Ann Kilburn


annual fund Alliance donors provide over $1.2 million to the Annual Fund and Annual Fundraising events so that we can continue to present exceptional theatre and educational programs to our community. We are deeply grateful for their support. *Gifts processed as of March 14, 2011

Performer $250-$499 (cont.) Thad & Suzanne King Mrs. Jo Koch Carol & Paul Kurtz Michael & Bernadette Lambert Mr. Elmer Langham & Mr. Donald Bonar Ms. Sandra Lanphear Mr. J. M. Leger Mr. John Lindquist Ms. Gloria Logan Ms. Sarah Lyon Mr. Nadim Maamoun Mr. Terrance D. Martin Ken McNeil Birgit & David McQueen The Mimms Family Mr. Russell Morrisson Cindy Moss

Kevin & Sandra Muthersbough Mr. Donald Olds Bob & Mary Ann Olive Leonard Pallats Ms. Scotty C. Pannell Dr. & Mrs. Alan L. Plummer Barbara & Marty Pollock Judith Reece Mrs. Angela H. Ridley Miss Lillie M. Robbins Ms. Michelle Robinette Dr. Kirk D. Saddler & Dr. Belinda Brown-Saddler Mr. Jonathan Sangster Ms. Clarelle R. Sauls Mr. Fred Shaftman Heather Shepherd Margaret Sherrod

Sandy & Davis Abrams Mr. Earl Adams Randall Adams Dr. & Mrs. Joel Adler Jennifer Aiello Connor Ms. Tamera Alexander Corrie Alford Dorita and Hal Arnold Mr. & Mrs. Stanley B. Ashley, Jr. Brooks Bahr Mr. & Mrs. Melvin Baker Ms. Sheron Banks Ms. Roxanne Barrow Christopher Barry Drew Beaty Gerald & Vicki Benjamin Ms. Jane Benjamin Mr. Jay Bernath Mrs. Mignon S. Bigelow & Mr. James A. Bigelow Mrs. Gwen Bivins Robin Blake Ms. Dianna Boateng & Ms. Jennifer H. Boateng Ms. Deborah Bocklage Ms. Karen Booker Ms. & Mr. Kimberly E. Bornstein Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Bowen Mr. James Boxton Ms. Brenda K. Boyd George & Monica Bozonier, Jr. Scott & Becky Bracewell Christopher & Kendall Williamson Ms. Allison Braley Eric Brantley Merv and Schan Brown

Michael Brown C. G. Brown Mr. Danny Brown LeRoy & Polly Brownlee Carol Bruce Mr. James W. Buehler , M.D. & Ms. Lydia L. Ogden Chuck Button Danni Byrd Robin Canady Alec Carlson Michael Carr Ms. Deidra Carswell Bryan Cavan Joshua & Lauren Chandler Mr. Boon Keat Eric Chng Ms. Brenda Clements Ms. Jessica Cobb Mr. Stewart Cobb Mr. Phillip Cochran Mr. Eric Coffee Kenneth Collins Dr. William B. Colvin & Mrs. Benie Colvin Mr. & Mrs. Anthony L. Compton Bill Compton Dr. Doyt & Gracia Conn Diana Conway Mr. Brian L. Cook Ms. Sandi Peterson-Cooper Mr. Rick Covington Anna Crawford, Ph.D. & Barbara Thomason, Ph.D. Ms. Carleen Cumberbatch Ms. Deb Daly Michelle Daniel

Jane Smith Putnam & Carmen Smith Eddie Smith Ms. Kathy Smith Mr. Terry Sprunger Pat Stephens Michael Stevens Ms. Susan Swanner Dr. & Mrs. Michael Szikman Faye Tate Mr. Johnie L. Teague The Rockdale Foundation, Inc. Kent Thompson Roland Tisdale Mr. Kevin Todd Robert H. Truesdale Joyce Lawrence Tsadik Mr. & Mrs. Chris Tuten

Mr. & Mrs. Wayne R. Vason Mr. Andrew Velcoff Mr. Sal Verenna The von Gal Family Ms. Stacey Weiss Diane White Ms. Karen White Mr. & Mrs. John F. Wieland Khari Wilder Mrs. Charlotte Wilen Joynetta Wilford Brian Wilhite Virginia & Neal Williams Mr. & Mrs. Karl B. Williams Mr. Stephen D. Wilson Mr. Jorn Winter Alice & Blake Wood Ms. Deborah Young

Stage Manager $150-$249 Ms. Joyce E. Daniels Ms. Oscar Faye Davis Darrel Davis Jody Davis Mr. Clayton Davis Ms. Sheri Davis-Faulkner Mr. Philip D. Dawson Mrs. Renee R. Delahoussaye Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Dierdorff Ms. Connie Divine & Ms. Frances McCarty Glenn Dobson Ms. Laura Doster Ryan Dourron Mrs. Katherine J. Downs Ms. Anne B. Dries Ms. Walline Driver Dr. Gary Dudley Mitch & Jane Durham Tamera Duthie Ms. Kathleen Edwards Ms. Arlene Edwards Ms. Valerie Edwards Mr. Andy Ellise Dorothy & Todd Evans Russell Fail Ms. Trudy Farkas Robyn Feinberg Ms. Yolanda Ferman Barbara L. Fields, M.D. Ms. Rebecca Fisher Mark Fishman John & Lisa Fleming Heather Flury Ms. Yvonne Fogerty Ms. Simone Forbes

KB Forbes Ms. Meredith Foree Ms. Beverly A. Francis Les Franks Marla Jane Franks, MD Ms. Anissia Franks Ms. Carolyn Frazier Ms. Baerbel Freudenthaler Mr. Rodney Gabriel Michael Gannon Ms. Kathy Gaultney Kevin Gearhart Homerzelle Gentry Leah Gibson Ms. Billie Gill-Chestnut Reyna Gilmore Mr. & Mrs. Julius Givens Mrs. Suzanne B. Glenn Daniel Glenn Nelson J. & Linda P. Gold Mr. Michael J. Goldman Dr. & Mrs. Martin I. Goldstein Mr. & Mrs. Tom Gordon Ms. Carol Gott Ms. Laurie Graffo Mr. & Mrs. Karon Graves Mr. Dale Gray Mrs. Barbara H. Green Sophia Greer Mr. & Mrs. Robert Grossman Mr. & Mrs. Steve Gruenhut Ms. Cathleen Haas Mr. & Mrs. Isaac N. Habif Ms. Julia N. Haesemeyer Mr. Terry Hall Melinda S. Hamm

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annual fund Stage Manager $150-$249 (cont.) David & Christy Hand Mr. & Mrs. E. Lewis Hansen Katherine Hansil Mr. John Harber Ms. Linda L. Hare William Harris Philip & Susan Harrison Mrs. Shirley Harrison & Mrs. Helen Norris Ms. Lisa Haughey Mr. & Mrs. Joseph B. Haynes Terry Heinlein Ms. Kaye Henderson Mr. Mario Hern&ez , Jr. The Herr Family Ms. Bette M. Hines & Mr. Larry Thompson Mr. & Mrs. Jay F. Hirsch Veronnica Hobbs King Mr. & Mrs. Thomas V. Hoffmann Shannon Hogue Barbara Hollonquest Chris Hoover Ms. Judy Horne Mr. Jim Howe Ms. Loretta Howell Ms. Deborah Hubert Ms. Adrienne Hudson Brian Husak Ms. Vicki Hutchins Mr. & Mrs. Mark Ilgenfritz Mr. Louie Ingle & Dr. Tara D. Britt Thomas Jablonski Mr. Ron Jackson Mary Ann Jackson Ms. Judy Jameson Missy Jarrard Ms. Denise E. Jennings & Mr. Donald Montgomery Ms. Corliss E. Johnson Ms. Julia Johnson Dr. Norman Johnson Ms. Marion Johnson Mr. Tyrone Johnson Mr. Chris Johnson Richard Johnson Mr. Jean Pierre Jopin Mrs. Suparna Joshi Ms. Dontanella Journet Mr. Earl Joyner Mr. Ashik Kabir Sharon Neulinger & Richard Kaplan Mrs. Monica J. Katz Ms. Susan Kelenfy Ms. Vivieon Kelley Ms. Carol B. Kiersky K. N. King Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Kirwan

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Mr. Robert Knapp & Mrs. Elida Perez-Knapp Linda Knowles Gina Kory Ms. Anne Kostensky Ms. Emily Koumans & Mr. Stewart Brann Ms. Lynne Kushner Chuck & Jean Larsen Mr. Frederick Last Linda Lattimore Ms. Christina Lauer & Mr. Douglas Nelson Ms. Deirdre Lawson Thomas C. Leslie S. Jarvin Levison Ms. Jeannine Lewis Benjamin Lewis Ms. Valerie Lie Mark Link Dr. Ritu Lohtia & Ramesh Subramaniam Earl & Sharon Long Russell Love Shannon Lubell Ms. Pamela Luczon-Peterman Kirk Luczynski Ms. Jeanette Lumpkins Sharon Lunday Ms. Racquel Lynum Ms. Jennifer MacLean Mr. & Mrs. Mark S. Mahaffey Mr. Tom Mahaffey Ms. Shannon Majors Clarence Mariney Mr. Thomas A. Marshall Dr. & Mrs. Kevin Mason Ms. Kathryn Mauldin Mr. & Mrs. James M. May III Mr. David McBride Ms. Natalie McCants T McClure Jessica McDaniel Dr. & Mrs. Allen P. McDonald, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Mark McKeller Dr. John & Melissa Merlino Mr. & Mrs. David Meyer Eloise B. Mills Rolanda Mitchell Ross Mooney Ms. Elizabeth Moore Ms. Stephanie Morgan Kevin Morrison Mr. Jeff Morrison Mr. Gary Motley Mr. & Mrs. Ryan Mulderig Michael Murray Mary Chris Murry Mr. David Naglee Juliana Nahas

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Kim Neal Dr. & Mrs. Neil Negrin Mary Baird & David Nelson Beverly Nelson Ms. Linda S. Nethery & Mr. J S. Shuttleworth Ms. Joan E. Netzel & Mr. John B. Gronwall Mr. Paul E. Neveux , Jr. Mr. & Mrs. William B. Ney Andrew Nix Ms. Brenda Norman Ms. Durrette A. Ofosu Mr. Bill Ohlemueller Mr. James O’Neal Mr. & Mrs. Reginald O’Shields Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Oughton Ms. K.D. Outlaw Dr. Monica Parker Mr. Robert Parsons Mr. & Mrs. Eugene L. Pearce III Scott Pearson Mr. Steve M. Peck Dr. Jesse R. Peel, M.D. Allegiance Mortgage Services Mr. & Mrs. Andreas Penninger Andrea perkins Marc and Jean Pickard Del & Bob Podsiadlo Laverne Poindexter Mr. Dameon Pope Mr. & Mrs. Val J. Porter Ms. Sandye Powell Nancy Prante Mr. & Mrs. James Z. Pressley, Jr. Ms. Melissa Preston Kathy Prieto Mr. Raymond Prothero Dr. Brian Pugh Robert Puppa Mr. & Mrs. William Quarles Mr. Henry M. Quillian III Bill & Rosemary Quillin Dennis Radde Mr. Jeffrey A. Rader & Ms. Carolyn Henry Jennifer Raiford Dr. Arthur Raines Elizabeth Ramsey Ms. & Ms. Melba Ramsey Noel Ransom Dr. Matthew Realff Melissa Reed Ms. Berta Reed Mr. Hal Regi Arina Reid-Martin Mr. Ed Rhein Brooke Richards Jr. Mr. Brian Richburg Dr. & Dr. John Riley

Larry Riley Kaaren D.A. Robinson Lou Robinson L Rogers Annamaria Romero Mr. & Mrs. Ken Ross Dr. Jacqueline J. Royster Jacob Rumney Gemetris Sallins Mr. & Mrs. Bernard S. Santa Maria Dr. & Mrs. Stefan H. Schmieta Mr. & Mrs. Jay Schmitt Mary Schoerner Ms. Bettye L. Scott Victoria Seals Stanley & Georgia Segal Noemi Seymour Jason Shadburn Haneefah Shakir Mrs. Elizabeth Shallenberger Ronnnie Shears Brian Sheffer Timothy Sheffield Ms. Loretta Shelton Anandi Sheth Joi Showell Mr. Mark O. Shriver, IV Mr. & Mrs. Howard L. Silvermintz Mr. David Lee Simmons & Ms. Faith E. Dawson Ms. Julie Skouteris Ms. Dominique Smith William & Janice Smith Mr. Leevahn Smith Rhonda Smith Sallie Smith Mr. Fred O. Smith , Jr. Ms. Lou Smith Steve Smith Mr. Lloyd Solomon Mr. & Mrs. Chris Southerland Yatta Spain Ms. Melanie Spamer Mr. & Miss Richard Spellman Mr. & Mrs. Thom M. Stanley Mr. & Mrs. A. Knighton Stanley Mr. Kerry Starr Dr. Alice E. Stephens Jason Storey Mike Strang Helaine & Richard Sugarman Mr. Richard J. Swanson Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence L. Taylor Kimberly Taylor Sebastian Taylor Ms. Mona Temples Stacey Terrell Mr. Paul Terry Mr. & Mrs. Jesse Thomas Ms. Sylvia E. Thomas


annual fund Alliance donors provide over $1.2 million to the Annual Fund and Annual Fundraising events so that we can continue to present exceptional theatre and educational programs to our community. We are deeply grateful for their support. *Gifts processed as of March 14, 2011

Stage Manager $150-$249 (cont.) Mr. & Mrs. Dominic S. Thurston Mrs. & Mr. Topeeza Tillman Mr. Tobias Tillmon Mr. & Mrs. Jack D. Todd Audrey Tolson Ms. Monya Tomlinson Mr. John Tuck Mr. Richard Tuley, Jr. Ms. & Mr. Patti Turner Dana Turner Ms. Susan Turner Miss Arlicia Turner Ms. Mary Tveit Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Tyson

Scott Vanek Fredy Vargas Mr. Robert Veal Mr. & Mrs. Michael von Grey Ms. Sanfordene Walker John T. & Patricia Walsh William & Sara Walsh Ms. Kate Ward Fr. Frederick & Sue Watson Latrice Watson Cookie Watts Mrs. Valerie Wayland Melanie Weekes Mrs. Margaret S. Weiller

Drs. Sally A. West & Daniel Pollock Mr. & Mrs. Peter Westafer Ms. Ann Westbrook Richard & Barbara Wheeler LaTrina White Ms. Karen B. Wible Grady Wilburn Mrs. John W. Wilcox Miss Fannie Wiley Mr. & Mrs. David M. Wilkinson Mrs. Elmira J. Williams Mr. Don Williams Mr. Eric Williams

Wendy Williams Shirley Williams Mr. Derek I. Willis Ms. Gina Wilson Mrs. Kristina L. Wilson Nadine Winfield Ms. Stephanie Winfrey Kathy Wisniewski Ms. Emily Woods Michael Woods Mr. Cal Yonker Ms. Kathaleen Young Mr. Jay Zandman & Shelley Coleman

Legacy Society The following are members of the Legacy Society who are ensuring the future strength of the Alliance Theatre through planned gifts to benefit the Theatre. The Legacy Society is the special recognition group for those who have included the Theatre or any component of the Woodruff Arts Center in their estate plans. For more information about making a planned gift to benefit the Alliance Theatre, please contact Kristin Hathaway Hansen, Director of Development, at (404) 733-4611. Rita M. Anderson Anonymous Betty Blondeau-Russell Jim & Anne Breedlove Ann & Jeff Cramer Mr. & Mrs. Edward S. Croft, III Sallie Adams Daniel Linda & Gene Davidson Laura & John Hardman

Glen E. & Nancy Hesler P.J. Younglove Hovey William C. Hyde Virginia Vann & Ken Large Mr. & Mrs. John Hays Mershon Mr. & Mrs. John McColskey Phil & Caroline Moïse Jan Pomerantz Helen M. Regenstein

Bob & Margaret Reiser Neal & Tricia Schachtel Mr. & Mrs. Charles B. Shelton, III Jane E. Shivers Wayne & Lee Harper Vason Rick & Terri Western Ramona & Ben White Lynne Winship

Matching Gift Companies We would like to thank the following companies who have donated matching gifts to the Alliance Theatre’s Annual Fund. Please check to see if your employer will match your contribution. American Express Company American Honda Motor Co., Inc. Aon Corporation AT&T Bank of America Bryan Cave-Powell Goldstein Charles Schwab and Co., Inc. Chubb & Son, Inc. CIGNA Corporation Citigroup Foundation

The Coca-Cola Company Equifax Inc. Federated Department Stores, Inc. GE Energy Home Depot Foundation IBM Corporation JPMorgan Private Bank Kimberly-Clark Foundation Macy’s Foundation

McDonald’s Corporation Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc NDCHealth Norfolk Southern Corporation Prudential Financial Sprint SunTrust Foundation Time Warner, Inc. UPS Verizon Corporation

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Patron Circle of Stars By investing $15,000 or more in The Woodruff Arts Center and its divisions — the Alliance Theatre, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, High Museum of Art and Young Audiences — these outstanding Annual Corporate Campaign donors helped us raise more than $8.4 million last year. Thank you! Chairman’s Council ★★★★★★★★★★★★ $500,000+ Georgia Power Foundation, Inc. UPS ★★★★★★★★★★★ $450,000+ The Coca-Cola Company ★★★★★★★★★★ $300,000+ Cox Interests Atlanta Journal-Constitution, WSB-TV, Cox Radio Group Atlanta, James M. Cox Foundation The Honorable Anne Cox Chambers ★★★★★★★★★ $200,000+ AT&T The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, Inc. Deloitte LLP, its Partners & Employees Ernst & Young, Partners & Employees The Home Depot Foundation Jones Day Foundation & Employees The Klaus Family Foundation PricewaterhouseCoopers Partners & Employees Mabel Dorn Reeder Foundation Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. ★★★★★★★★ $150,000+ Alston & Bird LLP Equifax Inc. & Employees The Rich Foundation, Inc. SunTrust Bank Employees & Trusteed Foundations Harriet McDaniel Marshall Trust

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Walter H. & Marjory M. Rich Memorial Fund Thomas Guy Woolford Charitable Trust Greene-Sawtell Foundation Wells Fargo ★★★★★★★ $100,000+ AirTran Airways Bank of America Delta Air Lines, Inc. Kaiser Permanente King & Spalding LLP KPMG LLP, Partners & Employees The Marcus Foundation, Inc. The Sara Giles Moore Foundation Novelis, Inc. Regions Financial Corporation Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. The David, Helen & Marian Woodward Fund ★★★★★★ $75,000+ Holder Construction Company The Sartain Lanier Family Foundation, Inc. Patty & Doug Reid Family Foundation ★★★★★ $50,000+ AGL Resources Inc. Lisa & Joe Bankoff Cisco Coca-Cola Enterprises Doosan Infracore International Frank Jackson Sandy Springs Toyota and Scion GMT Capital Corporation Beth & Tommy Holder ING Mr. & Mrs. M. Douglas Ivester

Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP Newell Rubbermaid Primerica Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP The Zeist Foundation, Inc. ★★★★ $35,000+ Accenture & Accenture Employees Katharine & Russell Bellman Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Bradley Currey, Jr. GE Energy The Imlay Foundation, Inc. Invesco PLC Norfolk Southern, Employees & Foundation SCANA Energy Siemens Industry, Inc. Harris A. Smith Troutman Sanders LLP Frances Wood Wilson Foundation, Inc. ★★★ $25,000+ Assurant Atlanta Companies Assurant Solutions Assurant Specialty Property BDO USA, LLP Laura & Stan Blackburn Brysan Utility Contractors, Inc. Chartis Cousins Properties Incorporated Crawford & Company Drummond Company, Inc. Eisner Family Foundation First Data Corporation Genuine Parts Company Georgia-Pacific Jack & Anne Glenn Foundation, Inc. IBM Corporation


Philip I. Kent Foundation The Ray M. & Mary Elizabeth Lee Foundation, Inc. LexisNexis Risk Solutions The Blanche Lipscomb Foundation Livingston Foundation, Inc. Macy’s Foundation McKinsey & Company, Inc. Katherine John Murphy Foundation Piedmont Charitable Foundation, Inc. J. Marshall & Lucile G. Powell Charitable Trust Mary & Craig Ramsey Rock-Tenn Company Richard D. Shirk Southwire Company Spectrum Brands Towers Watson Waffle House, Inc. Gertrude & William C. Wardlaw Fund Waste Management Charitable Foundation Yancey Bros. Co. ★★ $15,000+ 22squared, inc. A. E. M. Family Foundation ACE Charitable Foundation Acuity Brands, Inc. AGCO Corporation Alix Partners Arnall Golden Gregory LLP The Partners & Employees of Atlanta Equity Investors Atlanta Foundation Atlanta Marriott Marquis Julie & Jim Balloun BB&T Corporation Beaulieu Group, LLC Susan R. Bell & Patrick M. Morris

The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation Catherine S. & J. Bradford Branch George M. Brown Trust Fund of Atlanta, Georgia Bryan Cave LLP Buck Consultants The Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation Talela & Beauchamp Carr Roxanne & Jeffrey Cashdan CB Richard Ellis Center Family Foundation Mr. Charles Center Mr. & Mrs. Fred Halperin Ms. Charlene Berman The Chatham Valley Foundation, Inc. Ann & Jeff Cramer DLA Piper Duke Realty Corporation Exide Technologies Mr. & Mrs. Frank L. Fernandez Fifth Third Bank Ford & Harrison LLP Robert Fornaro John & Mary Franklin Foundation, Inc. Gas South, LLC Georgia Natural Gas Grant Thornton LLP Harland Clarke HD Supply The Howell Fund, Inc. ICS Contract Services, LLC Infor Global Solutions Jenny & Phil Jacobs Mr. & Mrs. Tom O. Jewell Weldon H. Johnson Family Foundation David & Jennifer Kahn Family Foundation Sarah & Jim Kennedy Kurt P. Kuehn & Cheryl Davis Lanier Parking Solutions

Bryan Latham Karole & John Lloyd Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP Mohawk Industries, Inc. Mueller Water Products, Inc. Noonan Family Foundation Gail & Bob O’Leary Vicki R. Palmer The Sally & Peter Parsonson Foundation, Inc. Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker LLP Printpack Inc./The Gay & Erskine Love Foundation David M. Ratcliffe J. Mack Robinson Interests Frances & Jesse A. Sasser, Jr. Emily Winship Scott Foundation Selig Enterprises, Inc./ The Selig Foundation Spencer Stuart Karen & John Spiegel Superior Essex Inc. TriMont Real Estate Advisors, Inc. United Distributors, Inc. WATL/WXIA/Gannett Foundation John Wieland Homes and Neighborhoods Mr. & Mrs. James B. Williams Sue & Neil Williams Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, PLLC Carla & Leonard Wood The Xerox Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Yellowlees *As of February 8, 2011

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