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Sometimes you have to wait for the good things. Personally, I know this to be true. The second marriage turned out to be the lifetime one. The child I couldn’t possibly live without came along at an improbably late date. And toast is so much better than slightly warm bread. Professionally, I also know this to be true. It took the Alliance a while to get that Tony, but that made it all the sweeter. The directing projects coming my way now challenge my whole being in ways the early ones never did. And, while it took time to get the planets to align, we’re producing Harmony here in Atlanta. And let me tell you, this is worth waiting for. The two guys responsible for this work know something about waiting as well. A few decades back, they had every good intention of writing musicals for the stage together but then this whole total domination of popular music thing happened and they had to wait. And even when they did finally get back to their original plan, the path forward was circuitous. But those guys — Barry Manilow and Bruce Sussman — cared so deeply about telling this beautiful story that they kept pushing forward. I have to believe it’s tempting to rest on one’s laurels when your laurels are world class. But that’s not what they did. This is their proudest piece, this musical called Harmony, and they kept looking for the right place, the right time, the right team. And they’re here. Now. With a brilliant creative team and acting company. A final word. I’m perfectly happy to sing the praises of the Alliance (any old time, just ask) — but we’re just a part of the reason Mssrs. Manilow and Sussman brought their work here. You’re the other part. It’s out there in the wider world that Atlanta has become a remarkable place to develop new work. That our audiences embrace new art with enthusiasm, sophistication, and a deep sense of their role in creating a new history. Thank you for being our partner in getting this work here. Thanks for waiting with us.

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Manilow-Sussman songwriting team celebrate a dream come true, finally!

By Bret Love Barry Manilow and longtime songwriting partner Bruce Sussman have dreamed of writing Broadway-style musicals together since they first met. More than 40 years later, the Alliance Theatre production of Harmony means that dream is at last coming true. As Sussman recalls, he was in grad school and working part time as a waiter while Manilow (who had written the score for off-Broadway’s The Drunkard) was gigging as an audition musician. The first song they wrote together — the American Bandstand theme — led to what’s


described as a “surprising left turn” into pop music. But theatre was always their first love. “What we loved about theatre,” Sussman says, “was the opportunity to write for characters and situations, and to have the musical numbers move the narrative along. These are the things that excite us.” “If it’s good, theatre is the most thrilling thing I’ve ever been involved with,” adds Manilow. “Everyone will tell you, that is what keeps us coming back. When the curtain goes up and that first song works, there’s just nothing like it.”

The duo’s remarkable success — Manilow had five albums on the Billboard charts simultaneously in the late 1970s and charted 25 Top 40 singles between 1974 and 1983 — delayed their dream. Then, in the late 1990s, Sussman read a New York Times review of The Comedian Harmonists, a four-hour documentary about a six-man vocal group that found fame and fortune in Germany until the Nazis banned them in 1934. He went to a screening of the film and was “blown away.” “The thing about this group is that they were so huge,” Manilow says. “They were the Beatles of their generation — the first boy band. How did we not know about this group? They were as funny as the Marx Brothers, as complicated musically as Manhattan Transfer, and we had never heard of them before. That’s the story!” The project challenged them. Sussman did research in Germany; the two spent a year studying late1920s and early-1930s music. They worked on the project off and on for nearly 15 years. When it came time to mount a stage production, they decided to focus on perfecting the show rather than raising millions of dollars to put it on Broadway.

“We called the main number and asked to speak with Susan Booth, whom we didn’t know,” Sussman continues. “Lord knows what they thought. We said, ‘Hi, it’s Barry Manilow and Bruce Sussman.’ They connected us to Susan and she picked up the phone and said — and I quote — ‘Please tell me you’re calling about Harmony!’ By the time the call was done, we had a commitment.” “We’ve had such a rough road on this work,” Manilow confesses. “Susan read it and listened to the score, and she flipped out over it. It was such a beautiful phone call because she was so enthusiastic and said all the right things. For Bruce and I, it was so important to hear someone go off like that on a work that is so important to us. There was no doubt that this was the place we wanted to be.” Bret Love, an Atlanta-based freelancer, writes for more than a dozen national and international publications. He is the founder of the ecotourism/ conservation site, the national managing editor of INsite magazine and music editor for Georgia Music Magazine. He also does improv with Jackpie at Relapse Theatre.

“We wanted to go to a regional theatre because they’re about the work,” Sussman says, “and commercial considerations are on the back burner. We made a list of theatres we knew about, whose work we thought was terrific.” “We looked up the Alliance Theatre on the Internet!” Manilow interjects.




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cast CAST * Will Blum . . . . . . . . . . Ari “Lesh” Leshnikoff * Liberty Cogen . . . Ensemble/Woman on a Train * Hannah Corneau . . . . . . . . . . . . Ruth Stern * Chris Dwan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Erich Collin * Bryan Thomas Hunt . . . . . . . . . . . Ensemble/ Club Cinderella Announcer Greg Kamp . . . . . . . . . Ensemble/Sturmann *Shayne Kennon . “Rabbi” Josef Roman Cykowski * Leigh Ann Larkin . . . . . . . . . . . . Mary Hegel * Chad Lindsey . . . Ensemble/Standartenfuhrer/ Carnegie Hall Announcer * Lindsay Moore . . . Ensemble/Woman on a Train Brandon O’Dell . . . Ensemble/Richard Strauss/ Albert Einstein/Frankenhauser * Patrick O’Neill . . . . . . Ensemble/Border Guard * Charles Osborne . . Ensemble/Obersturmfuhrer * Kim Sava . . . . . . Ensemble/Woman on a Train * Dave Schoonover . . . . . Ensemble/Ezra Kaplan * Lauren Elaine Taylor . Ensemble/Marlene Dietrich * Will Taylor . . . . . . . . . Erwin “Chopin” Bootz * Douglas Williams . . . . . . . . . . Bobby Biberti * Tony Yazbeck . . . . . . . . . Harry Frommerman UNDERSTUDIES *Liberty Cogen - Marlene Dietrich *Bryan Thomas Hunt - Ari “Lesh” Leshnikoff/ Richard Strauss/Albert Einstein Greg Kamp - Erich Collin Chad Lindsey - Ezra Kaplan/Obersturmfuhrer Brandon O’Dell - Sturmann *Patrick O’Neill - Erwin “Chopin” Bootz/ Bobby Biberti *Charles Osborne - Harry Frommerman/ Standartenfuhrer *Kim Sava - Ruth Stern *Dave Schoonover - “Rabbi ” Josef Roman Cykowski *Lauren Elaine Taylor - Mary Hegel

MUSICIANS Patrick Vaccariello . . . . . Conductor/Keyboard II John O’Neill . . . . . . Assistant Musical Director/ Keyboards Eric Alexander . . . . . . . . . . . . . Low Brass Angele Lawless . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Violin Stan Sargeant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bass Mark Scholl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Percussion Robert Strickland . . . . . . . . . . . Keyboard III Ron Turner . . . . . . . . . . Trumpet/Flugelhorn *Liz Campbell . . . . . . Assistant Stage Manager *RL Campbell . . . . . . Assistant Stage Manager Haylee Scott . . . Stage Management Apprentice TEAM David Arsenault/ . . . . . . . Set Design Assistant John Raley Sean Beach . . . . . . Moving Light Programmer Elisa Carson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dialect Coach John Evenden . . . . . . . . . . Fight Consultant Lucy Mackinnon . . Associate Projection Designer * Patrick O’Neill . . . . . . . . . . . . Dance Captain Asher Robinson . . . . . Projection Programmer Jenna Shively . . . . . . . . . . . . . Script Intern Keith Shuford/ . . . . . . . . . . . . Sound Mixer Hugh Sweeney Kenneth Wills . . . . .Assistant Lighting Designer

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profiles WILL BLUM (Ari “Lesh” Leshnikoff) is thrilled to be making his Alliance debut! He was most recently seen on Broadway as Elder Cunningham in The Book of Mormon and can be seen (in yellow tights) this holiday season as Buddy the Elf in the national tour of Elf: The Musical. Other Broadway and national tours include Hair (Margaret Mead/Dad/Tribe), Grease (Roger) and Seussical (Horton). Regional credits include The 25th Annual ... Spelling Bee (Barfée) at Paper Mill Playhouse and Philadelphia Theatre Company, Jesus Christ Superstar (King Herod) at Pittsburgh CLO, Sweet Charity (Oscar), A Funny Thing ... Forum (Hysterium), Big River (Huck) and Floyd Collins (Floyd). He’s participated in numerous readings and workshops including a new musical by Jerry Zucker called You Are Here! He is an Eagle Scout from Nashville, Tenn., and holds a BFA from The Boston Conservatory. Mr. Blum would not be here without the support of CGF Talent, his family, and friends. Twitter: @will_blum LIBERTY COGEN (Ensemble/Woman on a Train) Alliance Theatre: Debut! Atlanta credits: Jeanie in Hair at Serenbe Playhouse, Aurora/Spider Woman in Kiss of the Spider Woman at Actor’s Express, Janet Van De Graaff in The Drowsy Chaperone at Aurora Theatre. Other credits include Legally Blonde first national tour (Kate/Chutney, u/s Vivienne, Enid) and numerous productions at Surflight Theatre in Long Beach Island, N.J. Liberty received a BFA in musical theatre from the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music and is a proud AEA member. Hugs, kisses, and huge thanks to Mom, Dad, Joe, and Tyler. HANNAH CORNEAU (Ruth Stern) makes her Alliance Theatre debut with Harmony! She hails from the Chicago theatre community where she recently was seen as Fruma Sarah/Fiddler on the Roof (Paramount Theatre); Female Soloist/Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (Bailiwick Chicago); Featured Player/Annual Playwrights Festival (Victory Gardens); and U/S Anne Egerman/A Little Night Music (Writer’s Theatre). She is a proud graduate of Syracuse University with a B.F.A. in musical theatre. Thanks to Barry, Bruce, Tony, and James. Much love to her family! CHRIS DWAN (Erich Collin) Alliance debut! NYC: The Old Boy (Clurman, Theatre Row) and Peter & I, a new musical (ATA). Regional: Lord of the Flies (Barrington Stage), Fox on the Fairway (Gulfshore Playhouse), Little Women (Syracuse Stage), The Producers (Arundel Barn). New musical workshops: Little Miss Sunshine (Lapine/Finn) If/Then (Kitt/Yorkey), Table (Shire/Gopnik). Film: Campus Life (dir. Scorsese/Waddell). Proud graduate of Syracuse University. SU credits: Cabaret, Room Service, Oklahoma!, Steel Pier. Thanks to Tony, Barry, and Bruce. Special thanks to James, Samantha, and the Abrams team. AEA member. BRYAN THOMAS HUNT (Ensemble/Club Cinderella Announcer) Harmony marks Bryan’s debut with the Alliance Theatre, and he couldn’t be more proud. National tours: Billy Elliot, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas (TOTS and Kennedy Center). Regional: IB’s White Christmas (Paper Mill Playhouse), Thoroughly Modern Millie (Ogunquit Playhouse), A Chorus Line (Berkshire Theatre Festival) and The Big Bank (NYMF). BFA Boston Conservatory. Love to Kelly and a huge thanks to the Alliance, the Creative team, this amazing cast, but most of all his always supportive family for constantly traveling the country for him. AEA GREG KAMP (Ensemble/Sturmann) is thrilled to be returning home to Atlanta for this incredible production! Credits include: Catch Me If You Can (1st National Tour), Titanic (Hangar Theatre), Bat Boy, Urinetown (Edinburgh Fringe Festival), A Chorus Line (Aurora Theatre) and Beauty and the Beast (Theatre of the Stars). TV: The Wronged Man (Lifetime), Solving Charlie (ABC) and Past Life (Fox). Greg is a proud graduate of CCM. Endless love and gratitude to the entire Alliance Theatre and this amazing production team, CTG, BDF, AWP, Lookers, teachers, and, most importantly, family. More info at ‘L’olam lo od.’ SHAYNE KENNON (“Rabbi”Josef Roman Cykowski) Alliance Stage debut! Credits include Madagascar (European tour), The Rocky Horror Show, Angels the Musical, Twelfth Night, One Touch of Venus, The Full Monty (The Boston Conservatory), Rent, 1776 (NJPAC), chorus singer with The


profiles Boston Pops (Symphony Hall), Ragtime, Cats, Grease, Parade (School of Visual and Performing Arts). Bottomless, flowing gratitude to everyone at The Gage Group, without whom I would still be a full-time food service robot with a heart of gold; eternal love and boundless debt to my indefatigable family, whose unconditional support continues to baffle and comfort me. Thank you Klee — always. Merde y’all! LEIGH ANN LARKIN (Mary Hegel) is thrilled to be a part of this magnificent piece of theatre at the Alliance. Broadway: A Little Night Music (Petra), Gypsy (Dainty June). National tours: Disney’s On the Record. Regional theatre: The Kennedy Center’s Ragtime (Evelyn Nesbit), New York City Center’s Gypsy (Dainty June), Williamstown Theater Festival, Pittsburgh CLO, Pittsburgh Musical Theater, York Theatre. Cast recordings: A Little Night Music, Gypsy, Disney’s On the Record. Film/TV: Elementary, Lipstick Jungle, Flight of the Conchords, Remember to Breathe. Many, many thanks to the creative team: Barry, Bruce, Tony, and JoAnn; Calleri casting; and everyone at Stewart Talent and Untitled Entertainment. For my family. Philippians 4:13.  CHAD LINDSEY (Ensemble/Standartenfuhrer/Carnegie Hall Announcer) is a performer based in New York City. He holds a BA in music from Valparaiso University. He has danced with modern dance companies, been in a boy band (don’t ask), and held many other strange and lovely jobs. He is artistic director of Hook & Eye Theater ( He was recently seen cavorting in Classic Stage Company’s Midsummer and played Sascha in Pig Iron Theatre’s Obie Award-winning Chekhov Lizardbrain. He appeared in Liz Swados’ Kaspar Hauser at The Flea Theater in NYC and originated the role of Felix in the first production of Minor Gods off-Broadway. Chad’s film credits include Girls Will Be Girls (Sundance), Straight Jacket, Totally Sexy Loser, and Caught. Recent television includes Unforgettable, Blue Bloods, The Beautiful Life and How I Met Your Mother (all CBS); Royal Pains (USA); and Vanished (Fox). SAG/AFTRA/AEA. LINDSAY MOORE (Ensemble/Woman on a Train) Credits include The Nutty Professor (Tennessee Performing Arts Center); Late Show With David Letterman (It’s Raining Men with Martha Wash); On the Town (Paper Mill Playhouse); The Wedding Singer (first national tour), Irving Berlin’s White Christmas (Denver Center Theatre Company). Western Michigan University alumna. Proud member of AEA. Love to my family and friends! BRANDON O’DELL (Ensemble/Richard Strauss/Albert Einstein/Frankenhauser) has been performing in and around Atlanta for 17 years, including work at the Alliance Theatre (Into the Woods, The Wizard of Oz, My Fair Lady, Crimes of the Heart); Theatrical Outfit (Huck Finn in Big River); Horizon Theatre (The Watercoolers, The Thing About Men); and The New American Shakespeare Tavern (Matt in The Fantasticks, Hero in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum). He’s also done TV (Drop Dead Diva, Army Wives, Dawson’s Creek, One Tree Hill); film (Stephen King’s The Mist, The Bay, Dangerous Calling); and countless local and national TV commercials. Brandon has a beautiful wife and three incredible children, who he’s probably thinking about while you’re reading this. PATRICK O’NEILL (Ensemble/Border Guard) Broadway: On A Clear Day… with Harry Connick, Jr. Other favorites: The Nutty Professor, directed by Jerry Lewis, Chicago (national tour), Oklahoma! (national tour), The City Club (Minetta Lane), Bat Boy (Helen Hayes Award nomination), Leonard Bernstein’s Mass (Kennedy Center). Film/TV: The Producers, Across the Universe, The View (Twice. Once as a giant chicken.). Training: Catholic University. Proud member: AEA, IATSE 764. Huge thanks to this incredible Harmony team, especially to Ms. Hunter for the fifth in a string of proud and happy collaborations. CHARLES OSBORNE (Ensemble/Obersturmfuhrer) recently made his off-Broadway debut in Forbidden Broadway: Alive and Kicking. He has had the privilege of performing regionally at the Hollywood Bowl (The Producers, directed by Susan Stroman), on PBS television (Will Parker in Oklahoma!, directed by Terrence Mann), two full seasons at the St. Louis Muny, and many others. Favorite regional credits include Cabaret (Emcee), What a Glorious Feeling (Gene Kelly), Anything Goes (Billy Crocker). Graduate of North Carolina School of the Arts. Special thanks to Dulcie, family, and the Alliance. Proud member of Actor’s Equity Association.


profiles KIM SAVA (Ensemble/Woman on a Train) is thrilled to be making her Alliance debut! New York: Delores in CUTMAN: A Boxing Musical, starring Tony nominee Robert Cuccioli (Goodspeed). Regional: Pegeen in Mame, starring Tony nominee Louise Pitre (Goodspeed); Ariel/Footloose (Fireside); Rizzo/Grease (Tuacahn); Alana/The Little Mermaid (Tuacahn); Maria/Man of La Mancha (Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey); Boylan Sister/Annie (The Fulton Opera House); A Christmas Carol (North Shore Music Theatre); The Producers, Jesus Christ Superstar and Les Misérables (Maine State Music Theatre); All Shook Up (Carousel). Thanks to The Mine and to her amazing fiancé, Michael, for all of his love and support! AEA. DAVE SCHOONOVER (Ensemble/Ezra Kaplan) is verklempt to be a part of this project making his Alliance debut. National tours: Young Frankenstein (Dr. Frankenstein u/s), Cats (Tugger). NYC: Company (Bobby) at Gallery Players, That Other Woman’s Child (Leviticus Numbers) at NYMF. Regional: Young Frankenstein (Dr. Frankenstein) at Ogunquit Playhouse, Annie (Rooster) at TUTS, Sweeney Todd (Pirelli) at Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, Pirates! at both the Huntington and the Muny, West Side Story (Bernardo) at Arrow Rock Lyceum, Hello, Dolly! at Arkansas Rep. Thanks to the Mine and the Harmony family. BFA University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point. LAUREN ELAINE TAYLOR (Ensemble/Marlene Dietrich) Alliance debut! National tour: Rizzo/Grease. New York: Blossom/Something for the Boys, Nails/Red Hot and Blue. Regional: Esther/Meet Me in St. Louis, Petra/A Little Night Music, White Christmas and Damn Yankees (Paper Mill Playhouse), Sunset Boulevard and The Sound of Music (Ogunquit Playhouse). Lauren is grateful for the unending support of her family and friends and a proud member of AEA. Will Taylor (Erwin “Chopin” Bootz) Broadway: A Chorus Line, La Cage Aux Folles, The Producers, 42nd Street. Kristin Chenoweth at the Sydney Opera House (featured soloist). New York theater: The Further Adventures of Hedda Gabler (Exit, Pursued By A Bear), Jason & Ben (New York Musical Theatre Festival), Lovers (Theatre Row), and developmental workshops at Roundabout Theatre, The Vineyard Theatre, and Ensemble Studio Theatre. Film: Sex and the City 2. TV: Dancing With The Stars. Training: Carnegie Mellon School of Drama. Choreographer: Restoration Comedy (The Flea Theater, NYC), upcoming Parade (Yale), The Legend Of Georgia McBride (Denver Center). DOUGLAS WILLIAMS (Bobby Biberti) is making his musical theatre debut in Harmony. As an operatic bass-baritone, he has appeared in concerts and operas across North America and Europe. Recent opera credits include Tigrane at Opéra de Nice, Dido and Aeneas with the Boston Early Music Festival, the world premiere of Charles Wuorinen’s It Happens Like This at the Guggenheim Museum Theater and Oliver Knussen’s Higglety Pigglety Pop! at the Tanglewood Music Center. With music director Ted Taylor, he has created several cabarets of American songbook repertoire. Future engagements include new productions of Handel’s Acis and Galatea directed by Mark Morris at Lincoln Center, Aggipina with Opera Omaha and Monteverdi’s Orfeo at the Berlin Staatsoper with dancer-choreographer Sasha Waltz. Doug can be heard on the Grammy-nominated recording of Psyché with the Boston Early Music Festival (2008). He trained at Yale School of Music, New England Conservatory and Shakespeare & Company. TONY YAZBECK (Harry Frommerman) Broadway credits include Chicago (Billy Flynn), White Christmas (Phil Davis), Gypsy w/Patti LuPone (Tulsa, Outer Critics Circle nom.), A Chorus Line (Al), Never Gonna Dance, Oklahoma!, Gypsy w/ Tyne Daly. Off-Broadway: Encores! productions of On the Town (Gabey), Gypsy (Tulsa), The Apple Tree, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, Pardon My English, Fanny Hill (the York). Regional: On the Town (Barrington), Far From Heaven (Williamstown), My One and Only (Goodspeed, Connecticut Critics Circle Award), Antony and Cleopatra (Hartford Stage), Sycamore Trees (Signature, Helen Hayes Award), Animal Crackers (Goodman), White Christmas (Paper Mill), West Side Story (Trinity Rep), Singin’ in the Rain (MUNY), and Barry Manilow’s Copacabana (PCLO). Toured nationally in Annie Get Your Gun, Thoroughly Modern Millie and Doctor Dolittle. Film/TV: Smash, Every Little Step (feature documentary), All My Children, As the World Turns. Tony serves on the panel and as a master teacher for the National Young Arts Foundation.


profiles ACTORS’ EQUITY ASSOCIATION founded in 1913, represents more than 45,000 actors and stage managers in the United States. Equity negotiates wages and working conditions, providing a wide range of benefits, including health and pension plans. Equity seeks to foster the art of live theatre as an essential component of our society. BRUCE SUSSMAN (Book and Lyrics) is the co-author of more than 200 published and recorded songs written for dozens of artists, films, TV programs and stage musicals. The majority of these projects were written with his collaborator of 40 years, Barry Manilow. For the stage, he co-authored the scores for Ted Tally’s Coming Attractions (Outer Critics Circle Award, Pulitzer Prize nominee) and Wendy Wasserstein’s Miami, both produced off-Broadway by Andre Bishop at Playwrights Horizons in New York. His songs have been featured in numerous stage revues including The Madwoman of Central Park West, Tuxedos for Hire and the long-running off-Broadway and London productions of Whoop-Dee-Doo! (Drama Desk Award, Obie Award). With Mr. Manilow, he wrote the scores for the animated feature films The Pebble and the Penguin, Thumbelina and Disney’s Oliver and Company. He is particularly proud to have written a song with Mr. Manilow for the televised bicentennial celebration of the U.S. Constitution. The song, “Let Freedom Ring,” was later performed at the televised Inaugural Gala for President Bill Clinton. His songs have been featured in more than two dozen feature films and have been recorded by an array of pop, jazz, country and international artists, earning Grammy awards and multiple Gold and Platinum records. BARRY MANILOW (Music) is an internationally known star whose talents and success have reached every facet of entertainment. He has sold 80 million records. Rolling Stone called him “the Showman of our generation.” Manilow is a Grammy, Emmy and Tony award winner, as well as an Academy Award nominee. His theatrical roots go back to his days in the mailroom at CBS in New York, when at 18, he wrote the entire original score for a musical adaptation of the melodrama The Drunkard. The show ran off-Broadway for eight years. He made his film scoring debut in 1994 with the Warner Bros. animated film Thumbelina, for which he contributed songs written with his Harmony collaborator Bruce Sussman. His second animated feature, The Pebble and the Penguin (MGM), also featured songs by Manilow and Sussman. Copacabana – The Musical (written with Sussman) played a sold-out run in London’s West End for 18 months, toured the United States and is touring worldwide. Manilow was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2002. He recently finished a sold-out six-week run in New York at the St. James Theatre. The show, called Manilow on Broadway, received glowing reviews and played to wildly enthusiastic audiences. He considers Harmony the most rewarding creative experience of his career. TONY SPECIALE (Director) is the founder of Plastic Theatre — conceiving, co-authoring and directing the world premiere of Unnatural Acts (Classic Stage Company, 2011, a Drama Desk nominee for outstanding play and director; GLAAD Media Award nominee for outstanding NY theatre Broadway & off-Broadway; off-Broadway Alliance Award nominee for best new play). Other directing credits at Classic Stage Company include A Midsummer Night’s Dream featuring Bebe Neuwirth, Christina Ricci and Taylor Mac; Macbeth; Twelfth Night; Romeo and Juliet; and The Taming of the Shrew. Tony’s work has been seen at Actors Theatre of Louisville, The Gym at Judson, Theatre Row, New York Musical Theatre Festival, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, HERE Arts Center and La MaMa. He is the former associate artistic director at Classic Stage Company, studied musical theatre at the Boston Conservatory and holds an MFA in directing from Columbia University. He is also the proud recipient of a Princess Grace Theatre Honorarium. JoANN M. HUNTER (Choreographer) World premiere of The Nutty Professor, dir. by Jerry Lewis (Broadway World, best choreography). Broadway: On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, She Loves Me, Broadway Bound, Spring Awakening (assoc. choreographer), Curtains (assoc. choreographer), The Wedding Singer (assoc. choreographer), All Shook Up (assoc. choreographer). Off-Broadway: Dedalus Lounge, The Twelve (workshop), Drama League Galas honoring Kristen Chenoweth and Angela Lansbury. National tour: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Curtains for PMP/TUS, Princesses for 5th Ave Theater. Petrouchka for ABT. Her performing credits include 12 Broadway shows: Gloria in


profiles Thoroughly Modern Millie, Suzanne in Thou Shalt Not, Lois/Bianca in Kiss Me Kate, June and dance captain in Chicago, Vibrata in A Funny Thing Happened…, Hannah in Steel Pier, How to Succeed…, Damn Yankees, Havana Specialist and Mimi in Guys and Dolls, Yvonne in Miss Saigon, Kiku in ShoGun the Musical, and Jerome Robbins Broadway. She is currently developing an original ballet with words. TOBIN OST (Set and Costume Designer) Broadway credits include Jekyll & Hyde (set and costume design), Disney’s Newsies (Tony nomination — set design), Bonnie & Clyde (set and costume design), The Philanthropist (costume design) and Brooklyn — the Musical (costume design). Off-Broadway: Nightingale (set design), Grace (set design), The Overwhelming (costume design), Zanna Don’t! (co-set and costume design), Almost Heaven (costume design), and Fighting Words (set design). Selected regional: Noah Racey’s Pulse and Bonnie & Clyde for Asolo Rep, Emma and Himself and Nora for the Old Globe, The Civil War and Shenandoah for Ford’s Theatre, Home for Williamstown Theatre Festival, and Nightingale and Pippin for the Mark Taper Forum. Current productions include: Violet at Ford’s Theatre and Tappin’ Through Life with Maurice Hines at Arena Stage. Tobin is a graduate of the Yale School of Drama. JEFF CROITER (Lighting Designer) Broadway: Newsies; Peter and the Starcatcher (Tony Award); Soul Doctor; Jekyll and Hyde; The Anarchist; The Performers; The Pee-wee Herman Show; Next Fall; Kiki and Herb. Other NYC includes Comedy of Errors and Love’s Labor’s Lost in Central Park; The Last Five Years; Old Jews Telling Jokes; Silence; Love, Loss, and What I Wore; The Madrid; Harper Regan; Meet Vera Stark; Rapture Blister Burn; A Lie of the Mind; Ordinary Days; Streamers; Family Guys Sings; Rufus Wainwright’s Judy Concert at Carnegie Hall; The Voysey Inheritance; The Internationalist; Jacques Brel; Almost Maine; The Dazzle; and Jennifer Muller’s The Works. Regional: Guthrie Theatre, Shakespeare Theatre, Dallas Theatre Center, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Barrington Stage, McCarter Theatre, Kennedy Center, Old Globe, La Jolla Playhouse, Center Theatre Group, Huntington, Geffen Playhouse, George Street Playhouse, Trinity Rep, Berkshire Theatre Festival, Cincinnati Playhouse, Ford’s Theatre, Goodspeed Opera House, and NY Stage and Film. JOHN SHIVERS (Sound Design) Broadway: Kinky Boots (2013 Tony Award), Leap of Faith, Bonnie and Clyde, Hugh Jackman Back on Broadway, Sister Act, 9 to 5, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, The Little Mermaid, Tarzan, In My Life and Billy Crystal’s 700 Sundays. Regional: The Nutty Professor, Tales of the City, Emma, Robin and the Seven Hoods, Sammy and Ace. Associate credits include worldwide productions of The Lion King, Mary Poppins, The Producers, Hairspray, Aida, Titanic, How to Succeed in Business…’95, Big, The Who’s Tommy, Guys and Dolls, and The Buddy Holly Story. Other credits include Savion Glover, Dionne Warwick, Burt Bacharach, Gregory Hines and engineering at Electric Lady Studios. John’s proudest production, however, is his gem of a daughter, Ruby. DAVID PATRIDGE (Sound Design) Regional: The Nutty Professor, Emma, Robin and the 7 Hoods, Sammy, Ace, Beauty and the Beast, Singin’ in the Rain, Sweeney Todd, Miss Saigon. Broadway: Soul Doctor. National tours: Flashdance the Musical, Mamma Mia!, Broadway as assoc. sound designer: Kinky Boots, Hugh Jackman, Leap of Faith, Bonnie & Clyde, Sister Act, Come Fly Away, 9 to 5, The Little Mermaid, Mamma Mia! (N. America, S. America, Utrecht, Hamburg), Tarzan (NY, The Netherlands, Germany), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and In My Life. Other: The Lion King (Singapore, Madrid), We Will Rock You (Las Vegas, Toronto). Recipient of the Kevin Kline Award for Best Sound Design for Ace. David continues his longtime collaboration with John Shivers and is happy to have the chance to work at the Alliance. DARREL MALONEY (Projection & Video Design) has designed for broadcast, concerts, film, and theatre. His designs for Broadway include Green Day’s American Idiot (St. James Theatre), A Night with Janis Joplin, (Lyceum Theatre), and Everyday Rapture (Roundabout Theatre). Others designs include Checkers (Vineyard Theatre) (Drama Desk Nomination), Golden Child (Signature Theatre), Allegiance (Old Globe), Hughie (Shakespeare Theatre), Surf (Planet Hollywood, Las Vegas), Karen O’s Stop the Virgens (St. Ann’s Warehouse and Sydney Opera House), Masks Outrageous and Austere


By David


David Ives September 7 –By October 6, 2013 Director’s Rough Cut: September 4 September – October 6, Previews:7September 5 &2013 6 Director’s Rough Cut: September 4 Previews: September 5 & 6

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November 2-24, 2013 By Steve Yockey Director’s Rough Cut: October 30 November 2-24, 2013 Previews: October 31 & November 1 Director’s Rough Cut: October 30 Previews: October 31 & November 1

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Six Degrees Six of Degrees By John Guare Separation of John9,Guare Separation January 11 –By February 2014 Director’s Rough Cut: January 8 January 11 – January February99,&2014 Previews: 10 Director’s Rough Cut: January 8 Previews: January 9 & 10

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MayBy 17–Peter June 15, 2014 Quilter Director’s Rough Cut: May 14 May 17– May June15 15,&2014 Previews: 16 Director’s Rough Cut: May 14 Previews: May 15 & 16

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 City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs.

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 City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs.

profiles (Culture Project), Tokio Confidential (Atlantic Stage 2), The Submission (MCC), SCKBSTD (Virginia Stage), The Elephant Man, (Minnesota Opera), as well as lighting and projections for Peer Gynt (La Jolla Playhouse and Kansas City Rep.). Darrel is also the founder of the design and production studio “the 13th”, and serves on the faculty of the Yale School of Drama. PATRICK VACCARIELLO (Music Director) Current music supervisor for the West End production of A Chorus Line and music contractor for the Broadway production of Annie. Recent Broadway: Music director/arranger for Hugh Jackman: Back on Broadway, as well as West Side Story, Come Fly Away, Lend Me a Tenor, Gypsy (with Patti LuPone and Bernadette Peters), La Cage aux Folles, The Boy From Oz, Cabaret, Dance of the Vampires, Jesus Christ Superstar, Victor/Victoria, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Cats and Take Me Along. Performed with the Philadelphia Orchestra, Kansas City Symphony. Carnegie Hall, Radio City Music Hall, City Center, Steppenwolf Theatre, Kennedy Center. Internationally, Patrick has conducted The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber worldwide, including at Bejing’s Great Hall of the People. Patrick was featured in the film Every Little Step: The Making of the Chorus Line Revival and conducted many cast recordings, including the Grammy Award-winning West Side Story, as well as Cabaret, A Chorus Line, Gypsy and The Boy From Oz. A graduate of the Hartt School of Music, Patrick received its Distinguished Alumni Award in 2010. DOUG WALTER (Orchestrator) Activities as pianist/music director/arranger include: Carol Burnett, Rita Moreno, Michael Feinstein, Connie Francis, Steve Tyrell, Suzanne Somers, Sally Kellerman, Paul Williams. Performer and/or arranger/orchestrator/music prep: Jerry Herman, Michael Crawford, Lea Salonga, Chuck Mangione, Peter Matz, Daft Punk, Roberta Flack. Composer/orchestrator for TV and movies. RAY GIN ( Production Stage Manager) recently completed the U.S. premiere of Backbeat, directed by David Leveaux at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles. Other credits include the record-setting run of The Phantom of the Opera with Michael Crawford (1989-1993) in Los Angeles; the five-year record-breaking run of Phantom in San Francisco; the U.S. premiere of Boubil and Schoenberg’s Martin Guerre; and the national tours of Memphis, Mamma Mia!, A Chorus Line, and Dreamgirls. He has been the production stage manager for Hal Prince on Phantom: The Las Vegas Spectacular at the Venetian, The Ten Commandments with Val Kilmer, The Lion King, Chicago, Les Miserables, Cats, A Little Night Music and many others, celebrating 40 years in the theatre. RL CAMPBELL (Assistant Stage Manager) Bway/1st nat’l tour: Bring It On. Off-Bway: The Choking Game. Regional: Alliance Theatre, Horizon Theatre, Theatre in the Square, Utah Festival Opera, Freddie Hendricks YEA. Ronnie dedicates this and all performances in loving memory of his mother DGBC. Proud member of Actors’ Equity Association. LIZ CAMPBELL (Assistant Stage Manager) is happy to be back again for the season. Alliance credits include Charlotte’s Web, A Christmas Carol, Next to Normal, Into the Woods, Wizard of Oz, Honk!, Disney’s Mulan, Middle School the Musical, Class of 3000, Live! and Goodnight Moon. Local credits include Ragtime and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Atlanta Lyric Theatre), Three Sistahs, True Love Lies, Charm School, The Bluest Eye and The Syringa Tree (Horizon Theatre), It’s a Wonderful Life, Confederacy of Dunces and Big River (Theatrical Outfit). She holds a BFA in theatre from Niagara University. Member of Actors’ Equity Association. Love to Ali and Maggie. CALLERI CASTING (James Calleri, Paul Davis, Erica Jensen) Theatre: Broadway credits include Venus in Fur, 33 Variations, A Raisin in the Sun, Chicago, James Joyce’s The Dead. Most recently, The Revisionist starring Vanessa Redgrave and Jesse Eisenberg, also Passion, All in the Timing, Buyer & Cellar, My Name Is Asher Lev and the long-running Fuerza Bruta and Silence! The Musical. With director Tony Speciale: Unnatural Acts, Romeo & Juliet and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Casting directors for CSC, Flea, Rattlestick, Williamstown, Civilians, Long Wharf, Keen, Playwrights Realm. Playwrights Horizons (10 seasons), McCarter, Berkeley Rep, stageFARM, Epic, SPF (Summer Play Festival). TV: Army Wives, Lipstick Jungle, Ed, Hope & Faith, Monk. Film: Another Earth, Refuge, Yearbook, Merchant Ivory’s The City of Your Final Destination, Heights, The White Countess, Lisa Picard Is Famous, Ready? OK!, Trouble Every Day, Peter & Vandy. Awarded 12 Artios awards for outstanding achievement in casting. Member CSA.


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An aspiring actress breaks the mold of stereotypical African American film roles of the 1930s.

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profiles JODY FELDMAN (Associate Producer) began her theatre career as an actress in Atlanta before moving into administration as the Assistant General Manager at Frank Wittow’s Academy Theatre. Jody is currently the Associate Producer at the Alliance Theatre where she started in 1991 as Casting Director.  While at the Alliance, Jody has cast and produced over 200 LORT B, D and TYA productions including a wide range of world premiere dramas such as The Last Night of Ballyhoo by Alfred Uhry, What I Learned in Paris by Pearl Cleage, Broke by Janece Shafer, In the Red and Brown Water by Tarell Alvin McCraney, and ten years of Alliance/Kendeda National Graduate Playwriting Competition winning plays, as well as world and regional premiere musicals such as Aida, The Color Purple, Sister Act: The Musical, Bring It On: The Musical, Ghost Brothers of Darkland County, and most recently Zorro. Jody is most proud of the thriving Alliance engagement activities and partnerships that recognize theatrical work as a catalyst for community conversation and connection.

Susan V. Booth (Jennings Hertz Artistic Director) joined the Alliance Theatre in 2001 and has initiated the Collision Project for teens, the Alliance/ Kendeda National Graduate Playwriting Competition, created local producing partnerships and has overseen regional collaborative productions as well as commercial partnerships on projects including Ghost Brothers of Darkland County; 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. As a director, she has worked at theatres including the 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 serves as adjunct faculty with Emory University. She is the 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 is a trustee of Denison University. Susan is married to Max Leventhal and is the proud mother of Moira Rose Leventhal.


profiles discover us. discover you. Questions — When are we just ourselves, singular individuals? When are we the member of a group of our choosing? When are we a member of a group defined for us? Harmony plays with the issues of identity, love, and hate against the gathering clouds of one of humanity’s greatest failures. As with any great theatre, Harmony mixes healthy doses of silliness and truth tinged with bitter sadness and ultimately binds together stories of lives with the only emotion that can last — love. Chance may guide our individual lives, but the world’s great tragedies were the result of decisions and most often inactions. Perhaps we in the here and now will learn from history; perhaps we will bring it into our minds when faced with our present day opportunities to bring greater harmony to our world. We will, I hope, we must.

— Doug Shipman, CEO, National Center for Civil and Human Rights Opportunities for further discovery: What issues of civil justice and artistic freedom do the musical make you think about? What is the importance of discussing artistic freedom in contemporary Atlanta? What debt does American popular music owe to the Comedian Harmonists? There is an excellent book available on about the Harmonists: The Commedian Harmonists: the Last Great Jewish Performers in Nazi Germany written by Douglas E. Friedman. Do you appreciate live theatre, enjoy meeting new people and trying new things? If so, then get involved with one of the largest volunteer forces in the arts. The Alliance Theatre volunteer STARS program offers a wide range of opportunities, which includes advocating for live theatre, ushering for Alliance productions, participating in and staffing fundraising & hospitality events, and assisting Alliance staff members with daily office tasks. STARS is composed of four separate organizations working together on fund-saving and fund-raising projects to benefit the theatre. The four volunteer groups are the Alliance Children’s Theatre Guild, Alliance Theatre Guild, the Direct Volunteers and the Usher Corps. For more information on becoming a volunteer, please contact Shana Orr at shana.orr@ or call 404.733.4761.


rembering the

Comedian Harmonists Harmony is inspired by the true story of the Comedian Harmonists, a remarkable German singing group that was the toast of Europe from the late 1920s through the early years of World War II. The group’s musical brilliance and comic talent were a welcome diversion from the harsh war reparations, economic collapse, unemployment, decaying moral order and ceaseless political turmoil that enveloped Germany between the two World Wars. Over a few short years, this poor, unknown group rocketed to fame and international acclaim. It is sadly ironic that the triumph of this tightly knit vocal group coincided with the ascent of such devastating discord and dark political tyranny. Because of this timing, the Comedian Harmonists’ story, like those of so many people living in Germany at the time, has been nearly lost to history. In retelling their story, one is reminded of how difficult it is to see that time from the perspective of those living then. In 2013, the reality


of the Nazi horror seems painfully evident. However, until the late 1930s many Germans did not consider this struggling, extreme political faction a very big threat. For a people who had lived through so much political upheaval and social madness, the potential danger of this upstart party seemed remote. Even after the National Socialists began amassing power many German citizens, Jews and Gentiles alike, chose to stay in Germany. For many, the strife at home seemed less dangerous than immigrating to a foreign country. “In the beginning, few believed that Hitler would last long: it seemed impossible that such insane rule could. Nor were the Nazi organizations remarkable at first for their unity, or for their efficiency in enforcing regulations. Yellow stars and other markings like armbands, didn’t come until much later—not until

Berlin photographs, early 1930s

1941,” remembers one Berlin Jewess.  I didn’t leave until 1939, “ and almost right up until then restrictions were either not applied very strictly, or it was possible to circumvent them. I remember going to a ball, and at it an SA man in full uniform asked me to dance. What could I do? I danced with him. He was quite a young man. After we’d been dancing for a while I said to him. ‘Isn’t your racial instinct telling you anything about me?’ He blushed as red as a beetroot and said, ‘You mustn’t think we’re all like that, Miss.’ But that was 1934. -from A Dance Between The Flames b  y Anton Gill

The events of the Comedian Harmonists’ career are dramatized here largely as they occurred. Some license has been taken with regard to chronology and locale. Greater license has been taken with regard to the characterization of the women, and this for several reasons. Most notably, much less has been documented about them. Also, there were several more of them. Some of the Comedian Harmonists were married several times. Ruth, for example, is a composite character – though Erwin Bootz (“Chopin”) did indeed marry a Jewish woman during the early years of the Third Reich. We thought it appropriate, therefore, to give her a fictionalized name. Mary, on the other hand, is dramatized very much as we believe her to have been. The characters of historical merit – politicians, performers, men of science and letters – all indeed factored in the story. The uncanny meeting on the train, dramatized in our second act, happened.


about the alliance theatre Founded in 1968, the Alliance Theatre has become the lead producing theatre in the Southeast, creating the powerful experience of shared theatre for diverse people on two stages. The Alliance values excellence, pursued with integrity and creativity, and achieved through collaboration. Reaching more than 200,000 patrons annually, the Alliance delivers programming that challenges adult and youth audiences to think critically and care deeply. Under the leadership of Susan V. Booth, the Alliance received the 2007 Regional Theatre Tony Award in recognition of excellence. The Alliance, known for its artistic standards and national role in creating significant theatrical works, has premiered more than 70 original productions including Tony winners The Color Purple by Alice Walker and Alfred Uhry’s The Last Night of Ballyhoo. It has a reputation for developing important American musicals with a track record of Broadway, touring and subsequent productions, including the world premieres of Sister Act, Come Fly Away, Bring It On and the U.S. premiere of Zorro, with music by the Gipsy Kings. The Alliance nurtures the careers of playwrights through its Alliance/Kendeda National Graduate Playwriting Competition, producing a premiere for the winner and national networking opportunities for four finalists. The Acting Program and Education Department reaches nearly 50,000 students annually through performances, classes, drama camps and in-school initiatives. The Alliance creates and produces plays for young audiences at every age level: from the Collision Project, where high school artists create and perform new work based on a classic text, to Theatre for the Very Young, creating interactive shows for infants and toddlers. The Alliance offers community education classes for all ages and levels of theatre interest, and adult student productions of unproduced plays in developments. Active in Georgia classrooms, the Alliance has developed programs using theatre techniques to help students learn through storytelling and problem-solving. The Alliance’s Institute for Educators and Teaching Artists equips teachers with theatrical techniques that link directly to school curriculum, align with the Georgia Performance Standards and increase student learning. These programs include GA Wolf Trap, which focuses on literacy skills for children in Pre-K – 2nd grade, and Dramaturgy K-12, in which students create research material that informs Alliance productions and prepares peer audiences. Twice recognized by the U.S. Education Department as leaders in arts education, these programs reflect the Alliance’s commitment to citywide arts access. The Alliance delivers the finest talent, art and educational opportunities for Atlanta audiences — proving once again that this is where great theatre lives. or 404.733.4650


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board of directors Officers Chair: Victoria Palefsky Vice Chair: Reade Fahs Immediate Past Chair: Dan Reardon Treasurer: Steve Chaddick

Directors Kristin R. Adams James Anderson Lynn Ayers Kenny Blank Philippa Ellis Daryl Evans Joseph W. Evans Howard Feinsand Molly Fuller Richard Goerss Andrew Golde, M.D. Pat Gunning Virginia A. Hepner Lila Hertz Jocelyn Hunter Twyla Jackson

Rosthema Kastin John Keller Lauren Kiefer Jim Kilberg Jeff Levy Cynthia Maloy Alan McKeon Carol Meadows Hala Moddelmog Phil Moise Maureen Morrison Scarlet Pressley-Brown Helen Smith Price Patty Reid Maurice Rosenbaum Bill Rowland

Rita Anderson Ken Bernhardt Frank Chew Ann Cramer Linda Davidson

George Goodwin Laura Hardman Hays Mershon Richard S. Myrick Helen Regenstein

Life Directors

Steve Selig Pam Sessions Frank Ski Bill Sleeper Bronson Smith Karen Spiegel John Strom Chuck Taylor Rosemarie Thurston Rebekah Wasserman Cynthia Widner Wall Peter Weitzner Jill Wilson P.J. Younglove Hovey Todd Zeldin

Bob Reiser Debbie Shelton Jane Shivers Sally G. Tomlinson Ben White

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Advisory Board Chair: Ann W. Cramer Madelyn Adams Tracie Arnold Connie Austin Lynn Ayers Terri Bagen Michael Barrett Candace Bell Mark Bell Veronica Biggins Melanie Boltax Erin Brown Stephen Brown Donna Burchfield Catharine Burkett Susan Callaway Imara Canady Sona Chambers Tony Conway Jackie Cushman Sallie Daniel

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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.


annual fund $50,000+

$5,000 - $7,499

Victoria & Howard Palefsky

Gene G. Abel, M.D. & Nora Harlow Mrs. Kristin Adams James Anderson Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Austin Bill & Peg Balzer Lisa & Joe Bankoff Kathy & Ken Bernhardt Frank & Mary Anne Chew Ezra Cohen Charitable Trust Doug & Donna Curling Marcia & John Donnell Eve & Bob Eckardt Marsha & Richard Goerss Erin & John Heyman Mr. & Mrs. James C. Kennedy Philip I. Kent Foundation Mr. & Mrs. David E. Kiefer David L. Kuniansky Cynthia & Alan Maloy Mr. & Mrs. John S. Markwalter, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. John Hays Mershon Dedi & Julian Mohr Mr. & Mrs. Solon P. Patterson Hugh & Susanne Ripps Bill & Rhonda Rowland Dr. & Mrs. Dennis Lee Spangler Mr. & Mrs. John R. Strom Bruce Westbrook

$35,000+ Barbara & Steve Chaddick James Starr Moore Memorial Foundation Sally G. Tomlinson $25,000+ Mr. & Mrs. Howard Feinsand Dan & Garnet Reardon Joni Winston $10,000+ The Balloun Family Susan V. Booth & Max Leventhal Ansley & Mark Callaway Ann & Jeff Cramer Linda & Gene Davidson Diane & Daryl Evans Mr. & Mrs. Joseph W. Evans Mr. & Mrs. Reade Fahs Doris & Matthew Geller Dr. & Mrs. Andrew Golde David & Carolyn Gould Mr. Patrick J. Gunning Doug & Lila Hertz John & Angie Keller James A. Kilberg Mrs. J. Hicks Lanier Mr. & Mrs. Steven J. Moddelmog Phil & Caroline Moïse Mr. & Mrs. Angus Morrison Richard S. & Winifred B. Myrick Stephen & Marjorie Osheroff Patty & Doug Reid Bob & Margaret Reiser Linda & Steve Selig Mr. & Mrs. H. Bronson Smith John & Karen Spiegel Lynne & Steve Steindel Chandra Stephens-Albright & Warren Albright Charlita Stephens-Walker, Charles* & Delores Stephens Chuck & Lisa Cannon-Taylor Rosemarie & David Thurston Mr. & Mrs. Ramon Tomé Rick & Terri Western Ramona & Ben White Suzy Wilner Amy & Todd Zeldin $7,500 - $9,999 The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation Jocelyn J. Hunter Paul & Rosthema Kastin Helen Smith Price Patricia & Maurice Rosenbaum P.J. Younglove Hovey


$2,500 - $4,999 Dr. & Mrs. Raymond Allen Southern States LLC Judy M. Anderson Ellen Arnovitz Balfour Beatty Construction Leslie Bassett & Family Ms. Susan Beallor-Snyder & Mr. Stuart Snyder Karen Beardslee & Susie McGinnis Candace & Jeff Bell Ms. Beryl Bergquist Ron & Lisa Brill Charitable Trust Mr. & Mrs. W. Kent Canipe Mr. & Mrs. Edward S. Croft III Russell & Sandra Dawson Douglas & Camille Duerr Eierman Foundation Philippa & Burrell Ellis The Elster Foundation John & Cindy Ethridge Kathryn T. Farley, PhD Dr. Cynthia J. Fordyce & Sharon Hulette Mr. & Mrs. Barry Goheen Mrs. Carrie G. Hall John & Simone Hanson Dr. & Mrs. John B. Hardman Virginia Hepner & Malcolm Barnes Henry & EttaRae Hirsch Foundation Pearlann & Jerry Horowitz Leslie Leigh M.D. Dick Lyon

Kristie L. Madara Mr. & Mrs. Paul P. Mattingly Mr. Alan B. McKeon & Ms. Evelyn Ashley Melanie & S. Alan McKnight, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. James D. Meadows Nancy & Mike Millett Mr. Walter W. Mitchell Morgens West Foundation Kathleen Nixon & Gregory Berkey Susan & David Peterson David & Sharon Schachter Alan & Cyndy Schreihofer Sonny & Jeanne Seals Charlotte & Tom Shields Brian Shively & Jim Jinhong Mr. & Mrs. Mark Silberman William & Margarita Sleeper Oronda M. Smith Henry N. & Margaret P. Staats Karen & Alex Stickney In honor of the Alliance Theatre Education Department Maria-Ruth Storts Jim & Janie Stratigos Mr. James Thomas Michael & June Tompkins Tull Charitable Foundation Kimberly & Kevin Walther Susan & Tom Wardell Janice M. Warner John & Kathy Zamer $1,500 - $2,499 Judge Gregory A. Adams & Wanda Adams Elaine & Miles Alexander Rita & Ted Anderson Mr. & Mrs. William Andrade Mary Allen Arnold JW Ayers Plumbing, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. John Bacheller, Jr. Elizabeth & John Bacon James & Therese Bailey Mr. & Mrs. Basaraba Mark & Pam Bell Mr. & Mrs. Mark Blumenthal George H. Boulineau Ginny & Charles Brewer Sara & Alex Brown Stephen Brown Tim D. Couch Mr. & Mrs. James L. Curry Julia & André Demetrius Mr. & Mrs. James C. Edenfield Drs. Bryan & Norma Edwards Ralph & Ree Edwards Dr. & Mrs. Norman Elliott Ms. Elizabeth R. Etoll Tim & Tina Eyerly Fantastic Finds & Fantastic Finds For Him Michael & Jody Feldman

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 August 1, 2013. Andrew & Wendie Fisher Mike Flueckinger Viki & Paul Freeman Heidi & David Geller Mr. Andrew L. Ghertner Patrice & Earnest Greer Dr. Steven & Marnie Harris Dr. Joyce F. Hauser Mr. & Mrs. J. Michael Hostinsky Linda & Richard Hubert Mr. & Mrs. James E Hugh, III Richard & Marcia Jacobson Dr. & Mrs. Michael Kalson Lucy Kinnaird Dr. Shirley Williams-Kirksey Dr. William A. Kiser Steven & Sheri Labovitz Lanier-Goodman Foundation J. Bancroft Lesesne Julie & Billy Levine Conchita Heyn & Robert Lichtefeld Lubo Fund LTC. (Ret) Eugene Martin In Memory of George Mason Coleman The McGee Group Sally & Tom McNulty Mr. & Mrs. Nathan Metzger Ms. Nancy Mitchell June M. Morrison Mr. & Mrs. Charles Moseley Joyce & Michael Natbony Neuro Tour Physical Therapy, Inc. Kathy Pais John & Helen Parker Bill & Carey Peard Ms. Kathleen Pendergraft Edwin Perkins & Elicia Scaife Peg Petersen Sam & Barbara Pettway Karen Porch Don & Rosalinda Ratajczak Malika Redmond Kathryn & John Richard Dr. Susan Rifkin & Mr. David Rifkin Peter & Alice Rogers Dr. & Mrs. Charles Rosenberg Mr. & Mrs. Mark Rosenberg The Honorable Leah W. Sears & Mr. Haskell Ward Mr. Scott Shickler Martin & Patricia Silbiger A. Boyd Simpson & Melody Mann-Simpson Susan & Alan Stiefel Michelle Sutter Dr. & Mrs. Kenneth G. Taylor The Tolson Firm Joshua & Zenobia Trexler Van Laar Skin Care Penn & Sally Wells Ms. Ann Westbrook J.M. Wilkerson Construction Company Jeannie Wynn

$1,000 - $1,499

$500 - $749

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Arogeti Mr. Donald Bonar & Mr. Elmer Langham David H. & Christine T. Cofrin Terry & Sharon Culp Brad & Sally Currey Mr. & Mrs. David E. Dermer Mr. & Mrs. John Deushane Ms. Patricia L. Dickey Karen & David Dorton Enid & Jerry Draluck The Galloway Foundation in honor of Dr. Andrew Golde Mr. & Mrs. John J. Gillin Sherry & Isaac Habif Mr. & Mrs. Mark Hayler Mrs. Elaine L. Hentschel Mark Hobson Mr. & Mrs. Thomas B. Hyman, Jr. Mr. David Stockert & Ms. Cameron Ives Kay H. & Burke C. Jones Gary C. & Carolyn A. Lovett William McDaniel Ann Starr & Kent Nelson Mr. & Mrs. Markham D. Oswald Ms. Del Podsiadlo Ms. Rebecca J. Reeves Kevin Ruhl Gary, Cannon, Frankie & Trey Sayers Sharon & Chip Shirley Philip Slaughter Susan & Jay Smith Bob Sullivan Elizabeth Wallace & Chris Scislowicz Joan N. Whitcomb Melody Wilder Wilson Lynne Winship Holly & Marty York The Zaban Foundation

Sandy & Dave Abrams Michael & Dawn Adamson Lindsey Ajala George & Kimberly Ajy Corrie & Aaron Alford Peter & Sheila Anderson Norma & Don Appel Jane & David Apple Stanley Warren Armistead Mr. & Mrs. Roland Bates Meghan & Jordan Bayersdorfer Mr. & Mrs. John Benator Jackie & Jay Berkelhamer Geoffrey Berlin Donna Berry Geoff Bieger & Jon Altizer Ann B. Bishop In Memory of Sol Blaine Diana J. Blank Betty Blondeau-Russell Brenda Boyd & Art Crotzer Katherine Brokaw & Steven J. Russ Michael & Amanda Brown Deb Brudo Ronald L. Budde Jamie Bullins Rebecca Bunnell & Jonathan Mermin Aubrey & Carol Bush Robin Canady William M. Carroll The Challagalla Family Franklin & Dorothy Chandler Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Colbert Bob Copeland B.J. Erb & Bruce I. Crabtree III Lisa Cremin & Bruce Harlan Marjorie Crittenden Jonathan Crowder Dr. Alice Cunningham Marcie & Clay Davis Robert Davis Philip & Jack Delanty Michele Dock Joyce Doten Drs. Art & Leslie Ellis Ms. Gail H. Evans Erin E. Evans Bryan Fields Mrs. Veronica S. Fink Mark D. Fishman Dr. & Mrs. Julian F. Fuerst Matty L. Garrett Dr. Arthur Griffiths & Dr. Deborah Griffiths Edith Guyton Bruce & Alison Hagen Lucas Hathaway Don Hemrick Judith Hopkins Denise & Brittany Houston In honor of P.J. Hovey

$750 - $999 In Memory of Ronald Baer Dr. Deborah Baumgarten Philip Dawson & Sabine Smith Laurence Fennelly Dr. & Mrs. Arnoldo Fiedotin Shan Franklin Dale R.F. Goodman Louise Staton Gunn Bruce & Elizabeth Herman Mr. & Mrs. Gert Kampfer Chris & Mary Kay Payne Mr. & Ms. John Rolader John A. Sabine Dr. & Mrs. Robert Schultz Jane E. Shivers Dr. Jay Singh Robert Thompson & John Stegall Sheryl & Bruce Tyler Greg & Teresa Wellborn


annual fund $500 - $749 (cont’d) Dr. Jocelyn Whitehead Jackson Jason & Laurie Jeffay Peggy Still School of Music Anjo Jones Dontanella Journet Janice Karkula Chris & Gail Kearney Mr. & Mrs. Peter G. Kessenich Leah King Mr. & Mrs. Alan S. Kleeman Robert Landau Ms. Mary E. Lang Sandy Lanphear & Bob Dorst Allan & Vivian Levine Virginia Little Toni S. Locklear Valerie Jagielle & Richard Lodise Mr. & Mrs. Richard Long Meg Lyon Thomas Marshall Mr. & Mrs. Richard B. Martin Rebecca May Joey McCraw, Backstreet Boutique Margaret H. McIntyre $250 - $499 Mr. & Mrs. Randall Adams Mr. & Mrs. Alfred G. Adams, Jr. Bernard Adams Mr. & Mrs. Norman Adkins Judith & Aaron Alembik Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Arduino Keith Armstrong Mr. & Mrs. Wayne S. Bailey Carmen Bailey Michael & Mary Baron Brad Beisbier Pamela Bell Edward Benz Jay Bernath Matthew Biggee Mr. Bill Black Janice Blankenship Ms. Janet Bogle Ms. Bettye G. Boyd Mr. & Mrs. Harry Brannen Nicholas Breiding LeRoy & Polly Brownlee Carol Cook Bryant Walter M. Burnett The Carreras Family Paulette Carter Gardner & Peggy Chambliss Linda J. Clements Verna Cleveland Elizabeth W. Clubb Eleanor B. Cobb Mr. & Mrs. Charles Cohn Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Cole Mitch & Jacky Collins Kenneth Collins David Collins Lt. Col. & Mrs. Ralph W. Connell Ms. Caren Cook & Mr. Michael Lipsey Marjorie F. Cooper Rosalie & Max Cooper


Michael Mitchell Rolanda Mitchell Guy & Lara Morrison Janice & Tom Munsterman Dennis & Debra Murphy Mr. & Mrs. Eric Neal Marcia Nuffer Rita Owens Sherna Parson Toby Pippin Ginny & Alan Plummer Prefered Machine Works Mr. & Mrs. Charles N. Pursley Judith Reece Lisa Reich Dr. & Mrs. Matt Richburg Georgia Roderique James H. Rollins & Jillian S. Kaechele The Rubens Ms. Audreanna M. Schmidt Ms. Christine Schneider Brian & Cynthia Shepler Mindy & David Shoulberg David & Virginia Sjoquist Mr. & Mrs. E. Kendrick Smith Steve & Claudia Smith

Dean & Linda Copeland Mr. & Mrs. Mike M. Cote Dr. Leslie W. Crawford Gray & Marge Crouse Carol Comstock & Jim Davis Joseph T. Davis Diane Davis WMLB, AM 1690 Cari K. Dawson Christy Diaz Mr. & Mrs. Stephen L. Dickerson Mary Grace Diehl & Michael Jablonski Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Dierdorff Elizabeth Dimling Barbara R. Dorsey Dr. & Mrs. Earl Douglas Mr. & Mrs. Philip A. Dreger Alexandra & Charlotte Dretler Mr. & Mrs. Robert G. Edge Cassandra Edmond Dr. & Mrs. Dale E. Edmondson James & Beverly Ellis, Jr. Andy Ellise Mark & Martha Fair Claudia Faulkenberry In honor of James Kilberg Dr. & Mrs. Stanley Fineman Martha Albertson Fineman John & Eleanor Finley Marvin & Lynn Davis Julie Fishman & Terry Pechacek Dr. & Mrs. Fred Flax Heather & Eli Flint Mr. & Mrs. Glenn L. Francini Debbie Frank Louise B. Franklin Ms. Ronni French John & Laura Friend Matthew Fyok George Galloway, Jr. Amy Gaynor George T. Baker Foundation, Inc.

Ms. Martha B. Stephens & Ms. Linda August Mrs. C. Preston Stephens Mr. & Mrs. Michael P. Stevens Helaine & Richard Sugarman Dr. & Mrs. Michael Szikman Judith & Mark Taylor Terri Taylor Jeffrey Taylor Celia Till Matthew Tracy Valerie Vanderlip Ted & Felicite Verren Mr. & Mrs. Joseph B. Vivona Mike & Susie Voynich Charles Warren & Chris Hester Richard & Carole Weil Bert & Stacey Weiss Russell & Donna Wham David M. Wilkinson Mrs. Sue S. Williams Kiki Wilson Cassandra Worthy William & Nancy Yang

Nancy & Chris Gibbs Dr. Lisa A. Gillespie Dr. & Mrs. Donald M. Gilner Jon & Suzanne Glenn Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Goldman Tom & Pat Gordon Patty Gorman Dan & Susan Graveline Bryant Gresham James & Vicki Griffiths Edward & Erika Gross Maria Gutierrez & David Landis Ms. Sylvia Halleck Tammy Hammonds Mr. & Mrs. George R. Hanlon Bill & Carolen Hansard Lindsey E. Hardegree Katie Harris, State Farm Kathryn Harrison Mr. & Mrs. Joseph B. Haynes Mr. & Mrs. Nick Hedrich Abbie Henderson Dr. & Mrs. Kenneth L. Herrman Marlon & Sandra Hester Edward Hewett Les & Cheryl Hill Harris & Sharon Hobby Intellectual Capital Consulting, Inc. Judy Jameson Andrea Jaron Alicia Jennings Cheryl & Ernie Johnson Mr. Wendell Johnson Sonya Johnson The Judd Family Drs. Sharon Neulinger & Richard Kaplan Elena Kaplan Reba Keller Mr. & Mrs. Othe C. Kendrick, Jr. Suzanne & Thad King Leslie King

Patricia Knowlton Mrs. Jo Koch Carol & Paul Kurtz Chuck & Jean Larsen Mr. & Mrs. Wayne H. Lazarus John & Elizabeth Lee Thomas C. Leslie Dr. Deborah Levich Randi & Sid Levy Ms. Jessica R. Linden Gayle Lloyd Earl & Sharon Long Jamie K. Lord Sallee Macknik Pete & Crissey MacLean Jo Ann Mahar Suparna Malempati Ms. Natalie Malin-Davis Tuba Malinowski Beverly Malone-Harrison Mrs. Chandra Burns Jason Mauldin Mr. Ruben D. Maury & Ms. Alexandra Navarro Mary Lou McCloskey Velda McCoy William McKay Michael & Melanie McNamara Ken McNeil Doug & Norma McNeill Patrick & Mary McNulty Birgit & David McQueen Robyn Melhuish Ms. Nikki J. Mercer Ms. Louise Merlin Dawn Michel Eloise B. Mills Dr. & Mrs. James H. Milsap Marci Mitzner Barbara & Phillip Moore Carol Moore Nancy J. Moore Mr. Tony Morrison

annual fund $250 - $499


Priscilla & Robert Mucklow Clair & Thomas Muller Nichole Murray-Fink Patricia C. Nevius, M.D. & Lewis Stogner Mr. & Mrs. William B. Ney Deanna Nowell Dr. Margaret Offermann & Dr. Russell Medford Mr. & Ms. Peter O’Hanlon Arthur Orekyeh Leonard Pallats Ms. Dorothy M. B. Palmer Charlie Paparelli J. Anthony Paredes & Alleen Deutsch Ms. Linda Patton John & Jana Payan Steve M. Peck Mike Peck Dr. Jesse R. Peel, M.D. Dr. & Mrs. Mark Pentecost Jr. Sophia Brothers Peterman Mr. & Mrs. James M. Poe Barbara & Marty Pollock Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Pollock Mr. & Mrs. Dameon Pope Allen & Susan Potter Keri Powell Melissa D. Preston CPA P.C. Kiplyn Primus Mr. & Mrs. Morris Purcel Henry & Celia Quillian Kevin Rae Ratonyi Family Philanthropic Fund Joan Rearick Dr. Cecil Reeves & Mr. Alonzo Daniel, Jr. Lois & Don Reitzes Ed & Sandy Rhein Divida Gude Ted J. Rikard Sherika Robbins Miss Lillie M. Robbins Maya Robinson Ms. Ivonne Rodriguez Janet Roorbach Jacob Rumney Alexandra S. Ryan Brian Sallee Jane & Rein Saral Ms. Clarelle Sauls Pierrette Scanavino Amy Jeanne Rosenberg Schwartz Marlene & Bill Schwartz Frances Mildred Segars Edna R. Sell Bennie & Yvonne Shaw Kathleen Sheehan Mr. Thomas C. Shelton Beverly Shlapak Ms. Debra Shoaf The Shockley Family Bob & Jeanne Shulman Catlainn Sionean Fred B. Smith Shawn O. Smith Kathy Smith Alec & Donna Smythe Hassie Solomon Mr. & Mrs. Steven Spillers Barry Spurlock St. Catherine’s Episcopal Church

Heather Statham Marilyn & Mickey Steinberg Thomas A. Stevens Eleanor & Jed Stewart Meredith L. Stewart Esther & Jim Stokes Ms. Susan Swanner On behalf of the Taco Tuesday Group Taproot Corporation Faye R. Tate Sheryl Taylor George M. Taylor Leslie Taylor & David Pratt Johnie L. Teague Sandy & Tom Teepen Sandra & Gregory Terry Mr. & Mrs. Joseph B. Thomas, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Steve Thomas Mr. Richard Thomas Mr. Kevin Todd William Tompkins Wanda & Robert Truesdale Dana Turner Ryan Van Meter Ms. Stephanie Van Parys & Mr. Robert A. Cleveland Ms. Marsha Vanderford & Mr. David Carter Mr. & Mrs. Wayne R. Vason Marjorie Vizethann Gina V. Designs Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Wakefield Gilbert & Genette Waldman Jamila Walker Mr. & Mrs. Fredrick Wallace June Weis Reverend & Mrs. John Westerhoff Mr. & Mrs. D. K. Wheeler Sadie Whitmore Mack Wilbourn & Casandra Harmon Mrs. Charlotte Wilen Don Williams Dr. Wayman Duane Williams Willis Clinic Honey & Howard Workman Sherry & Donn Wright Mr. & Mrs. Charles L. Young Nancy Young Charles A. Zuver

$150 - $249 Mr. & Mrs. Henry Abelman Janet Abercrombie Mr. Mark Abner Lucy Ackert & Bryan Church JoAnna Adang The Agulue Family Jennifer Aiello Connor The Law Offices of William A. Alexander,P.C. Veronica Alfieri M. Alisa Allison Atlanta Workshop Players Dr. & Mrs. Robert Alpern Linda Anderson Pam Anderson Robin Andrews Mr. & Ms. Michele Aquino Sarah Asher Cynthia Atkins The Atlanta Women’s Foundation in honor of Vicki & Howard Palefsky

Margaret Baldwin & Paul Pendergrass James Ball Derrick Banks Neshanta Banks Professor R. Maynard Banks Matthew Ware & Noreen Banks-Ware Blue Marble Media Richard L. Baxter Jack & Helga Beam Patty Beem Mr. & Mrs. Peter Benoit Mr. & Mrs. Michael E. Bernardino Michael C. Berndt Patrick Binienda In Memory Of Randell Blair Nancy & Donald Bliwise Peter B. Bloland & Martha M. Walsh Judith Lyon & Ron Bloom Ms. Karstin Bodell & Mr. Dirk Swanson Neil Boggess George & Monica Bozonier, Jr. Jere Brady Mr. Thom Braswell Maurice J. Breton II Julia Breuer Susan C. Briss Tyrone Brito Miriam Brodkin Dr. Harold J. Brody Merv & Schan Brown Susan Brown Alicia M. Bryan Benjamin Bryan Tirzah Buie Richard H. Burgin Tracy Burke Dr. Rebecca E. Burnett & Mr. William L. Jeffries Birgit Smith Burton Armetrice Cabine Asher Caliss Robert Callner David & Lois Ann Cameron Joseph Cantwell The Cappellari Family Mr. & Mrs. John & Sue Carter Yvette Caslin Mr. Kenneth Chadwick Al, Linda & Mark Chatman Dr. Kimberly Christmas Sean Clark Garian Clark Stewart Cobb & Karen Paulk Cohen Charitable Foundation Inc. Elaine Cole Dr. Doyt & Gracia Conn David & Jean Cooper Bill Cordrey Mr. & Mrs Steven Coulange Keith Cowne Ms. Katy Crane Elizabeth Crew Fred Cummings Darin Dalton Deb Daly Dan & Roxana Dan Frank L. Dancy Mr. & Mrs. John Dark Antoinette Datoc Freelance Writing & Editing Ms. Oscar Faye Davis Celeste Davis

Kristin Davis Judith Day Patrick DeCoster Mr. & Mrs. Bryan DeHart Mr. & Mrs. Paul Dimmick Ray Dingledine David DiPietro The Dixon Family Mrs. Deborah F. Dolinsky Megan Donecker Mr. & Mrs. John Donegan Holly Donovan Steve & Kim Dorough Malcolm Dotson Lucien Downes Mr. & Mrs. Barry Dunlap Mitch & Jane Durham Mark Eagle Laura Eaton Kenneth Edel Kathleen Edwards Arlene Edwards Gary & Elaine Elder Ms. Lela Emanuel Mr. & Mrs. Edward Erbesfield Kevin Esch Mr. & Mrs. David Evans Carolyn Evans Ms. Trudy Farkas Stella & Stan Firestone Rand Fisher Ulysses Fisher Meghan Fitzgerald John & Lisa Fleming Russell Flett Karen & Sammie Duke Karen Foster Mr. & Mrs. Steven E. Fox Keith Franklin Steve & Terry Franzen Steve & Peggy Freedman Betty F. Furst Kamieka Gabriel Mr. Daniel Gaetan & Mr. Shay Nichols Dr. Edward & Mrs. Margaret Gainer Andrew Gaines Nathasha E. Gamboa Jill Gapper Drs. Stephen & Marianne Garber Kathy Garber Adam Garcia McCarthy Bruce & Shelley Gaynes The George Family Derrick & Rachel Gervin Nathaniel Gesualdo Lisa Giblin Billie Gill-Chestnut Sander & Marina Gilman Misty B. Gilmore Joseph F. Giordano Nelson J. & Linda P. Gold Sandy Goldman Dr. & Mrs. Martin I. Goldstein Dr. Richard Goodjoin Michael Goodrich Valarie Gordon Boyd Gossett Ms. Debora Lynn Gowans & Ms. Renee Blye Marcus Graham Mary C. Gramling Mr. & Mrs. Karon Graves Mr. Ronald Grawert Gwen Russell Green


annual fund $150 - $249


L. Sheridan Green Suzy & Greg Greenfield Lantze & Crystal Grissette Steven Grosswald Mr. & Mrs. Mark Gustafson Che Guevara Christopher Guyer Tenagne Habte-Mitchell David Hall Melinda S. Hamm FeFe Handy Rev. Kevvin Joel Hankins Mr. & Mrs. E. Lewis Hansen Mr. & Mrs. Antonio Harrell George Hart JD & Teresa Hatten Lisa Haughey Mr. & Mrs. Mark Haughland Sarah Hawbecker & William Fuller Elizabeth Hawk Anne E. Hayden Donald & Melissa Hayes Greg Haygood Regina Haynes Sue Heavlin Joyce Hekman Brett & Kimberly Hellenga Aleigha Henderson-Rosser Larry & Diane Hendrix Dawn Hereth Vonda K. Hester Edgar Hickman Frederick Hicks Dawn & Aaron Hill Chauntina Hill Jay Hirsh Mr. & Mrs. Doug Honabach Dr. Charles & Winnie Hoover Chip & Maureen Horwath Ms. Lynda W. Houser Deborah Hubert Adrienne Hudson Mr. & Mrs. Albert W. Hughes, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. George Hurgeton IG Technical Institute Megan Ireland Holly Jackson Dawn James Rebecca Jarvis Bryan Jeffords Denise E. Jennings Reid Jensen & Elizabeth Saliers Betty Jeter Allison Forkner & Weyman Johnson Eric & Carol Johnson Crystal Johnson Ms. Nancy F. Johnson John Johnson & Shannon LaCava Tiffany Johnson Lee & Alyse Jones Ms. Guinevere Jones Julie Kaplan Mr. & Mrs. Chris Kapsimalis Nadine Joy Kaslow Dr. M. Shannon Keckler Carolyn & Murl Dirksen Mark Keiser Ms. Jacquel Kelly William Kendall Pamela Kendrick Ms. Sherry Kendrick Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Kenna


Dr. Roby Kerr Annette & Paul Kersting Mr. & Mrs. Robert Khoury Robert & Jane Kibler Maureen Kiely Garvin Kilpatrick James & Karol Kimmell Ken & Susan Kincaid Adam Kintner Keira Kirby Mr. & Mrs. Gary Knight Brian & Carrie Kurlander Mr. & Mrs. John Lauer Charles Leahy Dr. & Mrs. Arthur Lesesne Michael Levison David Levitan Beth Levy Dr. Fulton D. Lewis III Joyce Lewis Karen Lightfoot Alan Greenberg & Judith Lomas Virginia Longino Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Longo Joyce & Larry Lowenstein Tom Mahaffey Diane Mahood Andrew Maliszewski Mr. & Mrs. David Mann Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Marks Deborah Martin Mr. Ryan Mathern Dr. & Mrs. Donald C. Maxwell Melissa Mayaudon Kerry McArdle Nathan McCall Terry & Elaine McClean Carol McClendon & Sandra Waller Mr. & Mrs. James McCurry Craig & Jackie McGhee Kelly McGonigle David McKinney Teleasa McLeod Ms. Blye H. McSweeney Stephen Meissen Mr. & Mrs. Greg Michael Rebecca Mick & Michael Wakefield Dr. Verle & Virginia Mickish Dallas & Panina Miller Rev. & Mrs. L. A. Miller, Jr. Scott Miller Sylvia Miller Joan Miller Mr. & Mrs. Brent Mills Mrs. Ruth Mirsky Mr. & Mrs. Ken Mitchell Michaelangelo Monteleone N. Eileen Moon Traron Moore Betty & Jean Mori Mr. & Mrs. David Morris Vicki & Steve Morris Darlene Morrow Monica Morse Mr. & Mrs. Lyndon Mueller Akshaya Murlidhar Margaret H. Murphy Stella G. Murray Winfield Ward Murray Ms. Sally Murray Patrick & Jacqueline Nelson DeLisa M. Nelson Michele Nesmith Mr. J. Paul Newell

& Ms. Susan A. Andresen Dr. & Mrs. Francis P. Noe Stuart & Fiona Norris Mary Emily O’Bradovich Leslie O’Connell Ms. Cele Ogawa Trina Olidge Deborah Olson Mr. & Mrs. Michael Orr Darrell Ortiz Jim & Theresa Otto Linda Outlaw Ada & Takia Owens Tammy Page Hal & Sandra Paisant William Parker Charlotte Parks Gina Parks Leonard Paskevich Cristina C. Pastore Mr. & Mrs. Darvin Patterson Sandy Perez-Ochoa Millicent Person Dana Persons Lori & Jonathan Peterson Regina Pettus Clive Phillips Marc & Jean Pickard Mr. Gerald Polk Poly & Morrie Potter Ms. Carmen Prater Tamiko Price Kathy Prieto Bonnie J. Pritts Heather Pryor Erin Quinn Elizabeth Ralston McGowan Raymond Rampersad Lesley Ramsey Haazim Rashed Scott Ratchick Robyn Rau Mary Kate Reese Denise Reese Patrick Reid & Blaine Peters Beverly Reid Jessica C. Reis Dr. & Mrs. Martin L. Reish Mr. & Mrs. Jean-Paul Richard Dr. Hayward & Janice Richardson Dionne Richardson Ms. Reginia J. Riffey Kaaren D.A. Robinson Gloria J. Rodgers Swanzetta Rogers Dr. & Mrs. Fredric Rosenberg Mr. & Mrs. Ken Ross Dale Royal Ken Sadeckas Fred & Carol Salmons Webb Sanders Gail Sanders Mary Santos Milton & Virginia Saul Mr. & Mrs. Peter Savitz Dr. Debra F. Saxe Mr. & Mrs. Chad Scales Mr. & Mrs. Steve Schaefer Ginger Schlanger Sheldon Schlegman Bill & Rita Schnitzer Robert Schuler Katherine Schumacher Sam Schwartz & Lynn Goldowski Kirk Seaman Onnye Jean Sears

Stanley & Georgia Segal Asha Shekaran Ms. Jacqueline R. Sherman Anandi Sheth Mr. & Mrs. Irving Shlesinger Yvonne & Warren Shore Jeanne Shorthouse Mr. & Mrs. Charles Sides Mr. & Mrs. Howard L. Silvermintz Kristofer Smith Peter Smith Seymour & Helena Solodar Robbie Speer Richard & Ashley Spellman Robert Spurry Amy Steelman Frances Stephens Laura Stock Mr. & Mrs. Kenard G. Strauss Andrea Strickland & N. Jerold Cohen Justin Strom Karen & Harry Strothers Mr. Sean P. Sullivan & Dr. Alicia A. Diaz Jacqueline Sulton Rhonda Summers Ms. Inez L. Sydow Mr. Alan Taylor Arlene & David Taylor Carliss Terry Beverly D. Thomas Mrs. Marie J. Thomas Mrs. Choyce Thompson Donald Thompson Mr. Dwight A. Thompson Kara Thompson Steve Thorne Jayne Thraen The Tierney Family Time Space Organization Scott Tjaden Cynthia Tolman Ronald & Kathy Tomajko The Trevelino Family Tod Trousdell Ms. Ossie S. Tuggle Linda Tunstall Joyce Turk Patti Turner Lucille Ball-Varnado Mr. & Mrs. Jerel Verner Mr. & Mrs. James Wagner Mr. & Mrs. Derek Walker Alexandra Ward Matthew & Elizabeth Washburn Dara Wassersug George & Nancy Ways Anne & Price Weaver Mr. & Mrs. John Whitcomb In honor of Calvin A. White Odetta White Adrienne Davis Whitehead Mr. & Mrs. George A. Wieder Mr. & Mrs. Kirt Wightman Ms. Audrey J. Wigman Ms. Suzanne C. Wilhide Ms. Freda Wilkins Ms. Sharon Sue Williams Howard & Lee Williams Jeremy P. Williams Mr. & Mrs. Richard Williams Polly Williams Barbara B. Wilson Shirrell Wilson Mr. & Mrs. Rodney Williams

annual fund $150 - $249


Andrea Wimbush Ms. Carolyn Wingfield Janet Winkler Dr. & Mrs. Jonathan D. Winner Penny Hamond-Wolk & Jerry Wolk Alice & Blake Wood Mr. & Mrs. James M. Wood III Katie Worden Kyle & Larry Young Robynn Young Lynn Yovino & Stu Miller Dr. & Mrs. Feroze A. Yusufji Hannah Zeldin

$100 - $149 Obinna Agbo Mr. & Mrs. William A. Allison Marion Anderson Mr. & Mrs. Charles Atkinson Bill & Kay Backus Rickey Bailey, Sr. Ellen Bank Robert Barnaby Tom Barnes Glenn & Dale Bass Glenn Beckham Heidi Berger & David Gellar Bruce Berman, Metro Richard Boose Althea Boxill Dana L. Boyd Bev Bradburn-Stern Ambassador & Mrs. Theodore Britton Charlesey & Gene Brown Rosalyn & Stephen Bush Janas K. Calender Debra Canaras Maria Canty Brian Carter Mr. Anthony Catalfano Rebecca Chandler Mrs. Ann King Chapman Janet M. Chapman Mr. & Mrs. Alan D. Chunka Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Clark Mr. & Mrs. Logan Clarke Nathan & Jessica Clevenger Mr. William T. Clewell Julianne Cohn Mrs. Dorotha C. Coltrane Mrs. Anne S. Conkin Jean & Jerry Cooper Mr. & Mrs. Ben T. Counter Mr. Jake Counts Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence R. Cowart Lindy Cox Benjamin Crawford Sue & Jim Crookston Carleen Cumberbatch Dr. & Mrs. Michael L. Denniston Kevin J. Doran DDS James & Dorinda Dorsett Michael Douglas Anne & Dave Drake Mr. & Mrs. Brian Dyson Bruce & Merrie Edelston Lori & Todd Edlin, in memory of Carole Golin Charles & Carol Edwards Daphne Moore Eitel Nancy Elsas Frances J. Erbrick

Mr. & Mrs. Jack Etheridge Mr. & Mrs. Pavel Favorov Mr. & Mrs. Robert Feldman Mr. & Mrs. Edward Feldstein Marla Jane Franks, MD Mr. & Mrs. Roger G. Gelder Mr. & Mrs. Richard Gerakitis Mr. Bryan Gersack Dan & Harriet Gill Betsie Glenn Judith & Robert Golomb Shirley Gomez Mitchell O. Goodman & Wendy Orent Clark & Gail Goodwin Ms. Lottie B. Goodwin John & Susan Gornall Thyrsa M. Gravely Mr. & Mrs. Richard L. Gray II Mr. & Mrs. Robert Gray Jane S. Greenberger Rachel & Ralph Greil Steven & Dionne Grey Richard & Debbie Griffiths Drs. Jon & Karin Gunnemann Ms. Carolyn B. Halls Mr. Alan H. Halpern Al Hamacher Mr. & Mrs. T. Kent Hammond Mr. Steve & Mrs. Caroline Harless Mr. & Mrs. Willie Harper Ronald L. Harris & Jacqueline Pownall Philip & Susan Harrison Ms. Liz R. Hartzell Alan & Camille Harvey John Haupert Brian Hebert Brooks Heiser Arthur Heyman Carl & Pam Higginbotham Alan & Lucy Hinman Kathy H. Hitchcock Susan M. Holland Dr. Carl C. Hug, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. George Ickes L.L. Irby Mr. & Mrs. Joe H. Ivey Mary Ann Jackson Drs. Adina & Jechiel Jagoda John J. Johnson Jr. Dr. & Mrs. L. Bevel Jones Barbara Julyan Mr. Stephen J. Kalista & Ms. Pamela San Martin Betty Lou Kearney Joan D. Keller Mr. & Mrs. Kershteyn Hank & Barbara Kimmel Ms. Barbara King Mr. & Mrs. Roland Kinser John P. Kirk Ross Oscar Knight Dr. & Mrs. S.J. Kraus Dr. & Mrs. Martin P. Krieger Mr. & Mrs. James Lakin Ms. Leslie Lambert & Ms. Jacki Moore Dr. & Mrs. Ted Lane Corinne & Gary Laskey Mr. & Mrs. James E. Lauter Ms. Barbara A. Leasure Fred & Ann Levin Dr. & Mrs. Theodore C. Levitas Faith & Howard Levy

Brenda & Mark Lichtenstein Kathleen & Jesse Liebman M.C. Lindsay Sandra Linginfelter Dr. & Mrs. Randall Little In honor of Thomas Vincent Kelly Cindy Lourie Rita & Bill Loventhal Scott W. Macolino Deborah Malboeuf Sue Marshall Dr. Joe B. Massey Mr. & Mrs. Sal Matise Mr. & Mrs. Ray L. Maynard Mr. Nick Mazz David McAleese Eugene McCray Mr. & Mrs. Henry L. McDowell Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. McNeill Allan Meyer Michael & Heather Miars Dr. & Mrs. Dick Mitchell Annette P. Moffitt Mr. & Mrs. Donald Murphy Rosemary Newcott Brenda Niforth Paul Nuesslein Stephen J. Odom Ms. Julia W. Oken Ms. Marjorie H. Anderson & Mr. Richard A. Oliver Dr. & Mrs. Stephen I. Oppenheimer Margo Brinton & Eldon Park Ms. Susan C. Parker Mr. Tom Parker Robert Parsons Violetta F. Patrick Anne & Randy Patterson Thomas G. & Eleanor F. Pemberton William Peters Karen & Mike Podett Mr. & Mrs. James Z. Pressley, Jr. Ms. Carlette Prince Dr. Sandra K. Rayburn Ms. Lynn P. Razaitis Michael Reagan Aileen Redmon Margaret D. Reese Scott Reynolds Allan & Gail Ripans Dr. & Mrs. Roger Ritvo Anne Charlotte Robbins Mr. & Mrs. Michael Roman Mr. Hervey S. Ross Sue & Allen Rothstein Mr. Leonard L. Roy, Jr. Mr. Ralph Sacks Neil & Susan Sandler June M. Sangala Bryan Saxon Dr. Beverly K. Schaffer Bill & Dian Schilling Melinda Sevener Mr. & Mrs. Harvey M. Shapiro Ms. Mary Sherman Mr. & Mrs. Henry I. Sherry Mr. Arnold B. Sidman & Ms. Tobyanne Sidman Caryn Hanrahan & Andy Siegel Kim & Henry J. Siegelson Henry & Kim Siegelson Mr. & Mrs. George M. Silver Jane & George Silver Anonymous

Mr. & Mrs. Baker A. Smith Mr. & Mrs. G C Smith Tate & Paige Smith The Sonntags Ms. Susan Spann & Mr. Neil T. Harkins Mr. Joseph R. Stabile & Mr. Michael W. Dunkelberger Dr. Kenneth M. Stallings Kristen Keirsey & William Stanhope Cathey W. Steinberg Sara & Paul Steinfeld Dr. Susan Y. Stevens Ms. Alexis Stevens Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth A. Strassner Dr. & Mrs. Anthony Stringer Mr. & Mrs. Robert Tarkington Mr. & Mrs. Tony Tatum Mrs. Mary Rose Taylor Mr. John E. Teitter Ms. Laura G. Thatcher Ms. Margaret Thomson Deanna Thornton Iris M. Tropp Mr. Vernon R. Tullos Renee Dracakis Seth Tuttle Ms. Gisela M. Van Ness Mr. Andrew Velcoff Ms. Patricia Vicknair Cathy L. Walker Dr. Harriett J. Walton Fr. Frederick & Sue Watson Mr. & Mrs. David Weinberger Valerie & Peter Weitzner Dr. & Mrs. Anon E. Westmoreland Mr. & Mrs. Larry Wheat Mr. & Mrs. James T. White Curtis Williams Mr. & Mrs. Brent L. Wilson Susan S. Wilson Emily Winship Nancy J. Woodson Mr. Roberto Young Jennifer Yuhaschek In memory of Mary Zaharako Mr. & Mrs. Mark Zyla * Deceased


annual fund Season Opening Gala Sponsors Presenting North Highland Gold ($10,000-$24,999) The Atlantan Dennis Dean State Bank

Jones Day Howard & Ellen Feinsand Victoria & Howard Palefsky Linda & Steve Selig Bronson & Dean Smith Mark & Rebekah Wasserman Ruby ($1,000-$2,499)

Silver ($5,000-$9,999) AT&T PNC Emerald ($2,500-$4,999) Nancy & Kenny Blank Steve & Barbara Chaddick Ann & Jeff Cramer

Kristin Adams James L. Anderson Homrick Berg Margo Brinton and Eldon Park Linda & Eugene Davidson Debbie & David Dermer Brooke & Rod Edmond Reade & Katie Fahs Cindy & Bill Fowler Molly & Adam Fuller Rick & Marsha Goerrs

Lila & Doug Hertz David & Lauren Kiefer James & Lori Kilberg Camille Russell Love Evelyn Ashley & Alan McKeon Hala & Steve Moddelmog Cynthia & Ira Moreland Maureen & Angus Morrison Richard S. & Winifred B. Myrick Penelope & Raymond McPhee Patricia & Maurice Rosenbaum Mark & Linda Silberman William & Margarita Sleeper E. Kendrick & Caryl Greenberg Smith Mr. David Stockert & Ms. Cameron Ives Todd & Amy Zeldin * As of August 20, 2013

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, contact Maya Robinson, Major Contributions Manager at 404.733.4710 or Rita M. Anderson Anonymous Betty Blondeau-Russell Jim & Anne Breedlove Ezra Cohen 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 American Honda Motor Co. AIG Corporation Aon Corporation AT&T Bank of America Bryan Cave-Powell Goldstein Charles Schwab & 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 Chase Kimberly-Clark Foundation Macy’s Foundation McDonald’s Corporation Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc.

Microsoft Corporation NDCHealth Norfolk Southern Corporation Prudential Financial Sprint SunTrust Foundation Time Warner, Inc. UPS Verizon Corporation Yahoo!

alliance theatre staff Artistic

Jennings Hertz Artistic Director . . . . . . . Susan V. Booth Sally G. Tomlinson Artistic Director . . . Rosemary Newcott of Theatre for Youth Associate Producer . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jody Feldman Director of New Projects . . . . . . . . . . . . Celise Kalke Artist In Dialogue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pearl Cleage Community Engagement . . . . . . . . . DayRon J. Miles & Casting Associate Artistic Coordinator . . . . . . . . . . . . Margo Moskowitz Artistic Intern . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Emily Kleypas Literary Intern . . . . . . . . . . . Rachel Linn , Levi Jelks Kenny Leon Fellow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Emily Kelly


Director of Educational Programs . . . Christopher Moses Director, Institute for Educators and Teaching Artists . . . . . . . . . . . Michele Mummert Education Development Manager . . . . . . Sharon Brewer Education Coordinator & Producer . . . Christina Dresser of Drama Camps Education Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rachel Jones Theatre for the Very Young Coordinator . . . . Olivia Aston Resident Artist in Education . . . . . . . Patrick McColery Resident Teaching Artists . . . . . . . . Kim Bowers-Rheay, Valetta Anderson Teen Programs Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . Sarah Wallis Project Coordinator, Institute for Educators and Teaching Artists . . . . . . . . . . Mary Alice Nichols Teaching Artists . . . . Ricardo Aponte, Paul Armbruster, Denise Arribas, Olivia Aston, Kim Baren,  Greg Bosworth, Corey Bradberry, Sharon Brewer,  Daniel Brown, Kristin Calvert, Sarah Lancaster Cave, Tara Chiusano, Jaehn Clare, Steve Coulter,  Jessica De Maria, John Doyle, Marissa Druzbanski,  Sharon Foote, Allison Gardner,  Kimberly Geter, Garrett Gray, Terry Guest,  Clifton Guterman, Holly Godwin, Amy Handler,  Angie Harrell, Michael Haverty, Lesley Howe, BJ Hughes, John Jaramillio, Rachel Jones,  LeeAnna Lambert, Amy Lucas, Barry Stewart Mann,  Michele McCullough Hazard, Bryan Mercer,  Marcie Millard,

Teaching Artists (cont’d) . . . . . . . . . . . Tracy V. Moore, Kati Grace Morton, Michele Mummert, Drew Reves, Claire Ritzler, James (Scottie) Rowell, Kirk Seaman, Linda Sherbert, David Sterritt, Sheri Mann Stewart, Clint Thornton, Shirnest Tolbert, Ebony Tucker, Jeremy Varner, Andrea Washington, Davia Weatherill, Elizabeth Wexler


General Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Max Leventhal Company Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . Laura Thruston Manager of Information Resources . . . . . . . Jim Hubbert


Director of Finance & Administration . . . . . . Brian Shively Accounting Coordinator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Julie Hall Accounting Coordinator . . . . . . . . . . Ashley Bradford


Director of Development . . . . . Kristin Hathaway Hansen Corporate Relations Officer . . . . . . . . . . . Paige Smith Major Contributions Manager . . . . . . . . Maya Robinson Special Events & Board Coordinator . . . . . . Bryan Saxon Grants Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . Rebecca Levenberg Development Coordinator . . . . . . . Janet Abercrombie Development Volunteer . . . . . . . . . . Elaine Hentschel


Director of Marketing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gary Sayers Brand Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Caroline Tanner Communications Manager . . . . . . . Kathleen Covington Online Marketing Manager . . . . . . . . . . . John Maley Creative Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Talia Bromstad Marketing Volunteer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Don Vann Group Services Coordinators . . . . . . . . Celeste Mercer, Kate McNeely Ticketing & Patron Services Manager . . . . . . . Shana Orr Marketing Communications Coordinator . . . Holland Baird House Managers . . . Olivia Aston, Dana Hylton Calabro, Christina Dresser, Ken McNeil, Margo Moskowitz, Lynn Vatter Assistant Manager Season Tickets . . . . . . Danielle Hicks Senior Ticket Agents . . . . . . . Chad Martin, Ken McNeil

Production Production Management

Director of Production . . . . . . . . . . . . Victor W. Smith


Costume Shop Manager . . . . . . . . . . Carol Hammond Design Assistant . . . . . . English Benning, Lea Preston Drapers . . . . . . . . . . Julie Kennedy, Cindy Lou Who Stitchers/First Hands . . . . . . . . . . . . . Laury Conley, Lyudmila Fesenko, Maegan Robinson Wig Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rick Jarvie Wig Assistants . . . . . . . . Rob Navarre, Diane Spence, Melanie Steele Wardrobe Supervisors . . . . . . John Hardy, Niki Traxler Additional Drapers . . . Marianne Kroystyne, Marsha Cole Additional Stitchers . . . . . Hauzia Conyers, Katie Grace, Brittany Johnson, Pat McMahon, Brett Parker, Emily Wille Additional Wardrobe . . . . . . . . . Alexandra Matthews, Jenn Rogers, Costume Shop Intern . . . . . . . . . . . . April Andrews German Uniforms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Anvil Arms


Electrics Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pete Shinn Staff Electricians . . . . . . . . Steve Jordan, Steven Love, Jenn Trippe Additional Electricians . . . . . Heather Pynne, Tara O’Neill, Scott Ross, Ben Tilley


Properties Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Robert Elliott Master Artisan . . . . . . . . . . Suzanne Cooper Morris Properties Buyer/Artisan . . . . . . . . Heather Schroeder Properties Artisan . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bruce Butkovich Additional Artisan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Elizabeth Lyons


Technical Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kyle Longwell Assistant Technical Director . . . . . . . . . . . Megan Kier Shop Foreman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Patrick Conley Carpenters . . . . . . . . . . Manny Abreo, Erin Canfield, Jonathan Fries, Michael Lyons Charge Scenic Artist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kat Conley Scenic Artist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jenna Engelmann Additional Carpenters . . . Dustin Brown, Mo Guiberteau, Paul Holmes, Norman D. Prince

Stage Management

Alliance Stage Managers . . . . . . . . . . . lark hackshaw Liz Campbell, R. Lamar Williams Hertz Stage Management . . . . . . . . . . . . Tia Herrod Production Assistant Stage Management Apprentice . . . . . . . . Haylee Scott Alliance Assistant Stage Manager . . . . Jayson T. Waddell TYF Stage Management . . . . . . . . . . . Barbara Gantt Production Assistant

Stage Operations

Stage Operations Manager . . . . . . . . . Crew Chief . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Flyman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Properties Stagehand . . . . . . . . . . . Stage Carpenter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Additional Crew Stage Operations . . . . .


. . Scott Bowne . . Deb Maberry . . Willie Parks Courtney O’Neill . . Paul Arebalo Chris Locklear

Resident Sound Designer . . . . . . . . . . . Clay Benning Sound Engineers/Board Ops . . . . . . . . . Holly Blakely, Michelle Jarvis, Hidenori Nakajo Sound Design Intern . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ashley Singer


The Woodruff Circle

The Woodruff Arts Center and our four artistic divisions – the Alliance Theatre, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, High Museum of Art and Young Audiences – rely on the generosity of those donors whose support extends to all parts of our organization. The members of The Woodruff Circle each contributed more than $250,000 to our efforts last year. We are deeply grateful to these 34 partners who help to ensure that the arts thrive in our city. $1,000,000+

$500,000 - $999,999

$250,000 - $499,999

Yolandra & Joseph Alexander Gordon W. Bailey Debrah & Harris Feinn Georgia Power Foundation, Inc. The Goizueta Foundation Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Mabel Dorn Reeder Foundation Pamela & Douglass Selby Margaretta Taylor Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. The Robert W. Woodruff Foundation

A Friend of The Woodruff Arts Center (3) AT&T Bank of America Charitable Foundation Pamela & Oliver Cobb The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, Inc. Deloitte, its Partners & Employees Equifax, Inc. & Employees Fulton County Arts Council The Home Depot Foundation Sarah & Jim Kennedy

PNC PwC, Partners & Employees The Rich Foundation, Inc. Mrs. William A. Schwartz SunTrust Foundation, SunTrust Bank Employees and The SunTrust Trusteed Foundations: Florence C. & Harry L. English Memorial Fund and Greene-Sawtell Foundation UPS Zeist Foundation, Inc. Donations made from June 1, 2012- May 31, 2013

The Patron Circle

Each year The Woodruff Arts Center raises critical dollars in support of the organization’s day-to-day operations through the Annual Campaign. The Patron Circle contributors helped us exceed a $9.2 million goal, ensuring that our artistic divisions can continue to bring the best in visual and performing arts, as well as arts education, to millions of people in the year ahead. $500,000+



The Coca-Cola Company* Georgia Power Foundation, Inc.*

AT&T The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, Inc. Deloitte, its Partners & Employees* Equifax Inc. & Employees Ernst & Young, Partners & Employees The Sara Giles Moore Foundation SunTrust Foundation, SunTrust Bank Employees and The SunTrust Trusteed Foundations: Florence C. & Harry L. English Memorial Fund and Greene-Sawtell Foundation*

Alston & Bird LLP Jones Day Foundation & Employees KPMG LLP, Partners & Employees The Rich Foundation, Inc. Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. Wells Fargo

$300,000+ Cox Interests Atlanta Journal-Constitution, James M. Cox Foundation, Cox Radio Group Atlanta, WSB-TV The Hon. Anne Cox Chambers* The Home Depot Foundation PwC, Partners & Employees UPS*


$100,000+ AGL Resources Inc. Bank of America Delta Air Lines, Inc. Invesco Ltd. Kaiser Permanente Kilpatrick Townsend

Goodwin Group The Sartain Lanier Family Foundation, Inc. Novelis Inc. Regions Financial Corporation* RockTenn Carol & Ramon Tomé Family Fund

Mr. & Mrs. M. Douglas Ivester JPMorgan Chase & Co. The Klaus Family Foundation The Ray M. & Mary Elizabeth Lee Foundation, Inc. Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company Norfolk Southern Foundation Printpack Inc./The Gay & Erskine Love Foundation Mr. & Mrs. David M. Ratcliffe Patty & Doug Reid Family Foundation SCANA Energy Southwire Company United Distributors, Inc. Waffle House, Inc. Gertrude & William C. Wardlaw Fund Yancey Bros. Co.



A Friend of The Woodruff Arts Center Crawford & Company Frank Jackson Sandy Springs Toyota and Scion Holder Construction Company NCR Foundation PNC Foundation The Primerica Foundation Southwest Airlines Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP Frances Wood Wilson Foundation, Inc. Zeist Foundation, Inc.

ACE Charitable Foundation Acuity Brands, Inc. Aflac, Inc. AIG Alvarez & Marsal Arnall Golden Gregory LLP Assurant Specialty Property The Partners & Employees of Atlanta Equity Investors Atlanta Marriott Marquis Juanita Powell Baranco Anna & Ed Bastian Susan R. Bell & Patrick M. Morris Laura & Stan Blackburn The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation Nancy & Kenny Blank The Boston Consulting Group W. Paul Bowers Catherine S. & J. Bradford Branch Bryan Cave LLP Center Family Foundation Mr. Charles Center Mr. & Mrs. Fred Halperin Ms. Charlene Berman The Chatham Valley Foundation, Inc. CIGNA Foundation Cisco The Correll Family Foundation The Cousins Foundation, Inc. Ann & Jeff Cramer Mr. & Mrs. Bradley Currey, Jr. Suzie & Randy Donaldson Mike Donnelly Fifth Third Bank Ford & Harrison LLP Frazier & Deeter, CPA Gas South, LLC Genuine Parts Company Golden Peanut Company Harland Clarke Virginia Hepner & Malcolm Barnes IBM ICS Contract Services, LLC Jenny & Phil Jacobs



King & Spalding Partners & Employees The Marcus Foundation, Inc.* Sam’s Club/Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. The Vasser Woolley Foundation, Inc. The David, Helen & Marian Woodward Fund $75,000+

$35,000+ Chick-fil-A Foundation CSX The Imlay Foundation, Inc. Infor Global Solutions IntercontinentalExchange Sarah & Jim Kennedy Newell Rubbermaid Troutman Sanders LLP Verizon $25,000+ A Friend of The Woodruff Arts Center, In Honor of Virginia A. Hepner Atlanta Foundation Balch & Bingham Julie & Jim Balloun Lisa & Joe Bankoff BB&T Corporation The Connolly Family Foundation Cousins Properties Foundation First Data Corporation John & Mary Franklin Foundation, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence L. Gellerstedt III Georgia Natural Gas Georgia-Pacific Price Gilbert, Jr. Charitable Fund GMT Capital Corporation Greenberg Traurig, LLP The Howell Fund, Inc.*

Jamestown Properties Lou Brown Jewell Weldon H. Johnson Family Foundation Ingrid Saunders Jones Jones Lang LaSalle JPMorgan Chase, Atlanta Philip I. Kent Foundation Kimberly-Clark Kurt P. Kuehn & Cheryl Davis Lanier Parking Solutions Blanche Lipscomb Foundation, Inc. Livingston Foundation, Inc. Karole & John Lloyd Macy’s Foundation The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta Mohawk Industries, Inc. & Mr. & Mrs. Frank H. Boykin Nonami Foundation Victoria & Howard Palefsky Vicki & John Palmer Mr. & Mrs. William A. Parker, Jr. The Sally & Peter Parsonson Foundation, Inc. Piedmont Charitable Foundation, Inc. Post Properties, Inc. Jane & Joe Prendergast Mary & Craig Ramsey/Accenture The H. English Ermine Cater Robinson Foundation Mr. & Mrs. William H. Rogers, Jr. Russell Reynolds Louise Sams & Jerome Grilhot Selig Enterprises, Inc./The Selig Foundation Seyfarth Shaw LLP Mr. & Mrs. Richard D. Shirk Smith & Howard Karen & John Spiegel State Bank & Trust Company Superior Essex Inc. Mr. G. Kimbrough Taylor Taylor Consulting Group, Inc. Taylor English Duma LLP Tishman Speyer Properties Towers Watson Trimont Real Estate Advisors, Inc. Sue & John Wieland Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, LLP Mr. & Mrs. James B. Williams Carla & Leonard Wood The Xerox Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Yellowlees *Beauchamp C. Carr Challenge Fund Donor Donations for the Annual Campaign from June 1, 2012- May 31, 2013


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One Night Only! Steve Litman Presents

saTurday, NOvember 16 FOx TheaTre • 7:30pm Tickets on sale now at The Fox Ticket Office



At WellStar, our work in the community begins with our vision to deliver world-class healthcare. The more than 1.4 million residents who live in Bartow, Cherokee, Cobb, Douglas and Paulding counties depend on WellStar physicians, nurses and healthcare providers each and every day for routine care all the way to the most advanced lifesaving procedures. As we celebrate our 20th year of operating as Georgia’s largest not-for-profit health system, we reflect on the many lives we have touched, the medical advancements we have introduced and the escalating regional and national recognitions that continually come our way. We look forward to celebrating more years with you and thank you for believing in what we are accomplishing on your behalf.


The vision of WellStar Health System is to deliver world-class healthcare through our hospitals, physicians and services. Our not-for-profit health system includes WellStar Kennestone Regional Medical Center (anchored by WellStar Kennestone Hospital), WellStar Cobb, Douglas, Paulding and Windy Hill hospitals; WellStar Medical Group; Health Parks; Urgent Care Centers; Health Place; Homecare; Hospice; Atherton Place; Paulding Nursing Center; and WellStar Foundation.

We believe in life well-lived.

The Alliance Theatre: Harmony, A New Musical  

Encore Atlanta is the official show program for the Fox Theatre, the Alliance Theatre and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra at the Woodruff Art...