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Welcome to the new Fox Valley Repertory (formerly Noble Fool Theatricals) – the largest professional, award-winning theater in the Fox Valley area. After several years of growth, we have expanded our vision and wanted our name to represent you and our community. From outstanding productions to the area’s largest Performing Arts Academy, Fox Valley Repertory will continue to create memorable moments for you, provide significant opportunities for youth in our area to explore the power of theatre and use that power to improve their lives and prepare them to be successful, contributing members of our community. Of course all of this is only possible with you. It’s a great time to become more involved with us. You can become a subscriber. We are offering the lowest subscription price in the area to celebrate our new name and mission. You don’t want to miss out on a terrific season of shows and exclusive events for Subscribers only. Recently, we have added outstanding community members to our Board of Directors, and both our corporate sponsors and individual donors have seen significant increases. It’s thrilling to see our community make a commitment to the arts. Each show is a chance for us to create a shared moment with you. In that moment, we hope to connect to the human experience. I hope that our first production as Fox Valley Rep, Leaving Iowa, does just that. Directed by Chicago’s Jeff Award-winning Rachel Rockwell, this comedy shares a lot of heartfelt laughter, love and charm on stage. A community with a strong emphasis on the arts is a healthy community, one that is constantly moving forward and sharing stories that build bridges between generations. We look forward to your continued support as we strive to share these stories with you.

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John Gawlik Artistic Director Fox Valley Repertory

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Friday, January 7th, 2011 at 8:00PM THE PIN-UPS: Carrie Bruno Cheyenne Pinson Alison Logan MONTY Jeff Mauro BAND Piano: Elisa Carlson Bass: Geoff Lowe Drums: Sean Jelinek The Pin-Ups are a swinging 1940’s singing trio with a full band that has taken Chicago by storm! Their unique blend of vintage style and music with modern humor and sex appeal has quickly earned them respect and a solid following of fans in Chicago and beyond. The Pin-Ups have joined forces with hilarious crooner Jeff Mauro and a powerhouse band that can turn any venue into a raucous party with their full swing band or a romantic evening with their intimate jazz combo. Seen at such venues as the House of Blues, Green Dolphin Street and the majestic Capital Theatre in Madison, Wisconsin, The Pin-Ups are sure to get you laughing, humming & tearing up the dance floor, reminding you why you fell in love with music in the first place. Fox Valley Rep 3


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Saturday, January 8th, 2011 at 8:00 PM Conceived, Written and Choreographed by Douglas R Mumaw and David Woolley Additional Direction by Benny Reehl, Drew Fracher, Dennis Johnson, Richard Ryan, and Bruce A. Young Shirts and Doublets by Lynn Ziehe

Tights by the Faire Paire

The Bold and Stupid Man The Bold and Stupid Man is the ultimate victor in everything! It is he who gets the most out of life. His soul will never starve for want of exploits and achievements and who is wise enough to be made a fool of. He will make himself happy in the traps that have been laid for him; he will roll in their nets and sleep. All doors will fly open to him who has a mildness more defiant than mere courage. He will always be “taken in.” To be taken in everywhere is to see the inside of everything. It is the hospitality of circumstance. With torches and trumpets, like a guest, the Bold and Stupid Man is taken in by life. And the skeptic is cast out by it. G.K. Chesterton, 1874 - 1936 See The Swordsmen at the Bristol Faire opening in July! More information on The Swordsmen can be found at www.theswordsmen.com The Swordsmen will be presented with one 15 minute intermission. THE VIDEOTAPING OR OTHER VIDEO OR AUDIO RECORDING OF THIS PRODUCTION IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED UNLESS OTHERWISE POSTED 4 Fox Valley Rep


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Starring FRANK CANINO as John Lennon ERIC MICHAELS as Paul McCartney DOUG COUTURE as George Harrison TOM GABLE as Ringo Starr KEN ZEMANEK as George Martin on Keyboards Friday, January 15th, 2011at 8:00 PM Saturday, January 16th, 2011 at 8:00 PM American English will be presented with one 15-minute intermission. AMERICAN ENGLISH is simply the best Beatles tribute story of our time. At the inception of the band, they were voted number one by thousands of Beatles fans as winners of sound-alike contests at Beatlefest速 for three consecutive years. Their demand here and abroad, coupled with their spectacular fan base, anchored them into a professional setting and launched them into larger venues and theaters worldwide. American English has shared the stage with musical headliners such as The Grassroots, The Neville Brothers, Three Dog Night, The Ides of March, Eric Burdon, The Buckinghams, The Doobie Brothers, Badfinger, and many others. www.americanenglishbeatles.com

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January 20th – March 13th, 2011

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Tim Clue & Spike Manton Director Rachel Rockwell Video Designer Mike Tutaj

Lighting Design Yousif Mohamed

Costume Design Elizabeth Flauto**

Scenic Design Kevin Depinet**

Sound Design Miles Polaski

Stage Manager Kristi J. Martens*

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Produced by special arrangement with THE DRAMATIC PUBLISHING COMPANY of Woodstock, Illinois Leaving Iowa premiered at the Purple Rose Theatre Company on January 22, 2004, in Chelsea, Michigan, directed by Anthony Caselli. THE VIDEOTAPING OR OTHER VIDEO OR AUDIO RECORDING OF THIS PRODUCTION IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED

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CAST Mom............................................................................................................................Diane Dorsey* Dad................................................................................................................................Don Forston* Sis............................................................................................................................. Katherine Banks Don.............................................................................................................................. Alex Goodrich Character Man.............................................................................................Sean Patrick Fawcett Character Woman........................................................................................................ Anna Carini Male Understudy.......................................................................................................Torey Adkins Sis Understudy.....................................................................................................Géraldine Dulex Mom & Character Woman Understudy.....................................................Valerie Glowinski *Denotes member of Actors’ Equity Association P R O D U C T I O N S TA F F Performance Assistant Stage Manager................................................................Laura Eilers Replacement Stage Manager............................................................................Mark Johnson* Properties Master.....................................................................................................Jesse Gaffney

N O B L E F O O L T H E AT R I C A L S S TA F F Artistic Director........................................................................................................... John Gawlik Managing Director...................................................................................................Colleen Tovar Production Manager...................................................................................................Tim Stadler Assistant Production Manager................................................................................Laura Eilers Marketing Manager . .............................................................................................. Audra Sybert Development Manager...............................................................................................Scott Piner Company Manager ....................................................................................................Morgan Ball Education Manager............................................................................................ Tracy Whiteside Guest Services Manager...........................................................................................Morgan Ball House Managers............................................................................. Meghan Dale, Stacey High Wardrobe Mistress......................................................................................... Kimberly G. Morris Sound Board Operator............................................................................................Isaac Mandel Master Electrician..............................................................................................Charlotte Rathke Ushers..............................................................................................Katie Beeks, Nancy Edwards, Amber Mack, Douglas A. Porter P H E A S A N T R U N R E S O R T B O X O F F I C E S TA F F Director of Entertainment . .................................................................................. Cyndi Nelson Reservations Manager............................................................................................ Karen Caruso Group Sales Manager..............................................................................................Maggie Cross Box Office Supervisor.........................................................................................Barbara Splinter Box Office Agents........................................................................Anne Ringrose, Julie Phillips, Angie Rosochacki, Lauren Coglio, Debbie Kudabeck, Dee Petersik Reservations Agents............................................................. Katy Spurgeon, Jennifer O’Neil, Jeanie Lyne, Katie Cluff

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SPECIAL THANKS Pheasant Run Resort, Means of Production, Oakbrook Hotels Inc., Penske West Chicago, McArdle Enterprises Inc. Board Of Directors David Hayes, President Dan Hayman, Secretary David White, Treasurer Jeff Meyer, Paul Botts Katherine Cornell, Kevin Hewitt Mike Penny Community Advisory Council Ronald Koeppl Is a proud supporter of

For more information about the Saints & to join in, please call 773-529-5510, email office@saintschicago.org, or visit www.saintschicago.org or www.noblefool.org/saints P R O F I L E S O F AC T I N G C O M PA N Y Diane Dorsey (Mother)* is eagerly road-tripping for the first time with the Fox Valley Repertory family. Last fall she workshopped and performed Rivendell Theatre’s The Fairy Queen at the Pritzker Pavillion. Previous regional credits include the world premieres of Auctioning the Ainsleys (TheatreWorksPalo Alto, CA), Lee Blessing’s Heaven’s My Destination (Cleveland Playhouse), Sarah Ruhl’s Eurydice (Madison Repertory), and covering 2 roles in Steppenwolf Theatre’s August: Osage County. Other favorite shows are All My Sons (Geffen Playhouse), Blithe Spirit (Peninsula Players), Cripple of Inishmaan (Nebraska Repertory), Mata Hari (Edinburgh Fringe-Fest), plus the 25th anniversary-production of Bleacher Bums (Royal George Theatre, Chicago). Her film and TV credits include Road to Perdition, Ghost Whisperer, The Practice, Roseanne, and Designing Women. Diane also created and performs Kaleidoscope, a solo piece saluting her own family members. Ms. Dorsey currently serves as an Associate Artist with Chicago Drama8 Fox Valley Rep

tists and on the Actors’ Equity Board (Central Region). Don Forston (Dad)* is excited to be making his debut at Fox Valley Repertory, having just completed a very successful run as The Emperor in the World Premiere of The Emperor’s New Clothes at Chicago Shakespeare Theater. He recently appeared at Drury Lane Oakbrook as JP Morgan in Ragtime, Colonel Gilweather in Something’s Afoot or brushing up his Shakepeare as Man 1 in Kiss Me Kate for which he received a Jeff Award Nomination. Don has just recently revisited the role of Alfie Doolittle in My Fair Lady at the Marriott Theatre. He has performed at The Chicago Shakespeare Theatre in Comedy of Errors, Much Ado About Nothing, and The Merry Wives of Windsor. He created the role of “The Guy,” in the world premiere of Another Night Before Christmas by Sean Grennan and Leah Okimoto at Kansas City’s American Heartland Theatre. Don is a five time Jeff nominee and the recipient of an After Dark Award for his portrayal of Alfie Doolittle in My Fair Lady at Drury


P R O F I L E S O F AC T I N G C O M PA N Y ( c o n t .) Lane Oakbrook. He dedicates this performance his boys Sean, Chris, and Dan, his wife Mary and grandson, Scott Michael. Katherine Banks (Sis) is excited to return to Iowa, having understudied and performed the role of Sis at the Royal George Theatre. Other theatre credits include: A Christmas Carol (Provision Theater), The Comedy of Errors (Oak Park Festival Theater), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Metropolis Performing Arts Centre), The Awesome 80’s Prom (Davenport Theatricals), Tent Meeting (Circle Theatre), and The Real Thing (Illinois Theatre Center). Currently, she is the company manager and an ensemble member of Shakespeare: Scenes, Sonnets, and Songs with the Oak Park Festival Theater. Katherine is a proud graduate of the University of Michigan and the School at Steppenwolf. Thank you to Rachel & John for this opportunity. Anna Carini (Character Woman) is the Artistic Director of SiNNERMAN Ensemble, a theater company formed by graduates of The School at Steppenwolf. She has performed around Chicago at such theaters as Chicago Dramatists (where she is an Associate Artist), Steppenwolf, The Gift Theater, Chicago Jewish Theater, Raven Theater and many others. She is also a writer and her first play, Sweet Confinement, was produced by SiNNERMAN in the spring of 2008 and won four After Dark Awards. She is excited, honored and grateful for this wonderful opportunity to work with Rachel and the entire Fox Valley Rep team on this hilarious and heartfelt play. Sean Patrick Fawcett (Character Man) is thrilled to be making his Fox Valley Repertory debut. Most recently he was seen in K. with The Hypocrites

Theatre. Other favorite productions include The Farnsworth Invention at Timeline Theatre, The Man Who Was Thursday and Six Years, both with New Leaf Theatre, The Food Chain with Mason Street Warehouse, The Pull Toy (And His Paisan) with Collaboraction, Hunger and Thirst with A Red Orchid Theatre, and American Rock Anthem with Sans Culottes Theatre. Sean was recently married to Christine Bunuan and considers that to be his favorite role of all time. Alex Goodrich (Don) is excited to work with Fox Valley Rep for the first time! He was most recently seen at Northlight Theater in A Civil War Christmas and at The Court Theater in The Comedy of Errors. He can be seen next in Timeline Theater’s The Front Page. Other Chicago credits include: The Emperor’s New Clothes, Taming of the Shrew, Aladdin, SS! A Midsummer Night’s Dream and How Can You Run with a Shell on Your Back? (Chicago Shakespeare); Gutenberg! The Musical! (Royal George); It’s A Wonderful Life (American Theater Company); The UN Inspector (Next Theatre) and several productions with Provision Theater. He is a member of Barrel of Monkeys and loves his wife! Torey Adkins (Male Understudy) is excited to be working with Fox Valley Repertory. He recently worked on the Eclipse Theatre production of A Memory of Two Mondays, which was Jeff Recommended. Other theatre companies he has worked with include Collaboraction, Chicago Dramatist, and Chemically Imbalanced Comedy. This past summer Torey worked on the feature films 30 Minutes or Less with Jesse Eisenberg and Real Steel with Hugh Jackman. Torey is also a stand-up comedian and has opened for Lewis Black, Chris Titus, and Kevin Pollack, to name a few. He sends his love to parents and his brother for all their support. Fox Valley Rep 9


P R O F I L E S O F AC T I N G C O M PA N Y ( c o n t .) Géraldine Dulex (Sis Understudy) is thrilled to join this journey with Fox Valley Repertory. Favorite Chicago credits include: A Memory of Two Mondays and The Autumn Garden (Eclipse Theatre), Dead Man’s Cell Phone (Steppenwolf Theatre), Minna and The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant (Trap Door Theatre), and most recently The Censor (Ebb and Flow Theatre). Valerie Glowinski (Mom and Character Woman Understudy) is pleased to be involved in her first production with Fox Valley Repertory. She most recently appeared as Ruth in SJC Productions’ presentation of Gilbert & Sullivan’s The

Pirates of Penzance. Other roles include Tessa in The Gondoliers (Gilbert and Sullivan Society of Chicago), Grace Farrell in Annie (Pheasant Run Theatre), Aldonza in Man of LaMancha (Tempo Players), and as the Gorilla and Chorus in Princess Ida (Light Opera Works). Valerie is an on-camera and voice-over actor, working on training, sales, and commercial projects for CNA Insurance, Kraft Foods, Allied Van Lines, and Motorola, to name just a few. She is a sought-after Cantor and choral singer in the Archdiocese of Chicago, singing regularly with the Cathedral Singers (founded by the late Richard Proulx), at Holy Name Cathedral, St. John Cantius, Assumption, and St. James. She holds a BSS in Communication (Radio/TV/Film) from Northwestern University, and an MA in Vocal Pedagogy from Northeastern Illinois University. Valerie would like to thank her husband, Jon, and her two children, Adam and Sabina, for loving and putting up with her all these years.

P R O F I L E S O F P R O D U C T I O N S TA F F Rachel Rockwell (Director) is pleased to return to Fox Valley Repertory, where her work was last seen in It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play, Married Alive and Mid-Life! The Crisis Musical. Recent directing credits include Ragtime (Jeff Award for Best Musical and Best Director) at Drury Lane Oakbrook, The Emperor’s New Clothes at Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Les Miserables (associate), Nunsense, Disney’s High School Musical, Seussical, Disney’s Aladdin, Princess and the Pea and Cinderella at the Marriott Theatre, Miss Saigon (Jeff nomination) and The Wizard of Oz at Drury Lane Oakbrook and You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown! at Drury Lane Water Tower Place. Rachel served as choreographer for A Chorus Line, Houdini, and Do Black Patent Leather Shoes… at the Marriott Theatre; The King and I (Jeff nomination) at Drury Lane Oakbrook; Bye Bye Birdie at Northwestern University; Up, Lost Land, and The Cherry Orchard at Steppenwolf; Midlife! The Crisis Musical at Little Theatre on the Square; The Merry Wives of 10 Fox Valley Rep

Windsor, Romeo and Juliet, and Measure For Measure at Chicago Shakespeare Theater. As a performer, Rachel has appeared on Broadway in Mamma Mia! and national tours of Mamma Mia! and Hal Prince’s Show Boat. Chicago Magazine recently named her Chicago’s “best director” of 2010. She is the proud mom of 5 year-old Jake. Thanks to everyone at Fox Valley Rep. Kevin Depinet (Scenic Designer) is thrilled to be working at Fox Valley Repertory where he most recently designed It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play. Recent credits include Detroit, American Buffalo, Dublin Carol and associate designer for August Osage County (Steppenwolf ); The Crowd You’re In With, High Holidays, Mary (Goodman Theatre); What the Butler Saw (Court Theatre); The Emperor’s New Clothes (Chicago Shakespeare); Miss Saigon, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Ragtime, Seven Brides For Seven Brothers (Drury Lane); Oh Coward, Do The Hustle (Writers’ Theatre); Regional credits include: American Buffalo (McCarter Theatre); My Name Is Asher Lev


P R O F I L E S O F P R O D U C T I O N S TA F F ( c o n t .) (Milwaukee Repertory); Another Part of the Forest, The Comedy of Errors (American Players Theatre); The Complete Work of William Shakespeare (Illinois Shakespeare Festival); and Around the World in 80 Days (Indiana Repertory Theatre). Mr. Depinet recently finished work on Michael Mann’s new film Public Enemies. He studied at Ball State University and The Yale School of Drama, and is now an adjunct professor of design at DePaul University. Elizabeth Flauto (Costume Designer) Chicago design credits include: Married Alive (Noble Fool Theatricals), First Look Repertory of New Works 2010 (Steppenwolf Theatre), Lost Boys of Sudan (Victory Gardens), Funny Girl (Drury Lane), John and Jen (Apple Tree Theatre), Here Where It’s Safe, An Enemy of the People (upcoming), (Stage Left Theatre). New York: Burnt Park Boys (Playwrights Horizons); Secrets of a Soccer Mom (Jerry Orbach Theatre/ Snapple Center); Captain Louie (York Theatre, Little Shubert). Regional: Into the Woods, Room Service, Lost in Yonkers, The Hypochondriac (Hope Summer Repertory Theatre); A Streetcar Named Desire, Private Lives, The Mysteries of Harris Burdick, Uncle Vanya, Ring Around the Moon, Importance of Being Ernest (Barrington Stage Company). Elizabeth is a member of United Scenic Artists. Love to K. Jesse Gaffney (Props Designer) is excited to be back at Fox Valley Repertory after designing props for Spelling Bee, Red Herring and It’s A Wonderful Life. She has been designing props around Chicago for two years working for companies such as Silk Road, Apple Tree, 16th Street, Marriot Lincolnshire, Steep and First Folio Theatre Companies, among others. Before arriving in Chicago Jesse worked for Allenberry Playhouse in Boiling Springs, PA, Stages St. Louis, and The Arrow Rock Lyceum in Arrow Rock, MO. She is a St Louis native and an Illinois Wesleyan graduate. You can follow her work at theatreprojects.blogspot. com. Thanks always to Warwick. Yousif Mohamed (Lighting Designer) is pleased to return to Fox Valley Repertory as lighting designer. Some of his previous NFT credits include The

Wizard of Oz, Married Alive, 12th Night and Picasso at the Lapin Agile. Other theatres Yousif has designed in the Chicago land area include Metropolis, The Gift, Steel Beam, and Northwestern Opera. Yousif received his BFA from Western Kentucky University and attended Grad School at the University of South Carolina. He would like to thank John and Colleen for the opportunity to design at Fox Valley Rep and would like to thank his amazing wife Mary for all of her love and support. Miles Polaski (Sound Designer) designed the sound for the Noble Fool productions of A Christmas Story and Red Herring. A Chicago sound designer, composer, musician and DJ, Miles won a Jeff Award for his sound design of A Mouse in a Jar with Red Tape Theatre in 2010. He is the resident sound designer with Collaboraction and a music director/curator with Serendipity Theatre’s 2ND STORY. Working with many Chicago theatre companies, his favorite credits include Uncle Vanya (TUTA), Cadillac (Chicago Dramatists), A Christmas Story (Noble Fool Theatricals), Talk Radio (The Gift Theatre Company), Winter Pageant (Redmoon Theater), The Hairy Ape (The Hypocrites/Goodman Theatre), Diversey Harbor (Theatre Seven), Bloody Bess (BackStage Theatre Company) and Of Mice and Men (Steppenwolf Theatre). Kristi J. Martens (Stage Manager) is happy to be back at Fox Valley Repertory for Leaving Iowa. She was also the Stage Manager for the Jeff Award winning production of Ragtime (Drury Lane Oakbrook). Kristi has also worked at the following theaters: Drury Lane Oakbrook Theater, Ravinia Festival, Northlight Theater, Noble Fool Theatricals, Theater at the Center, Goodman Theatre, Drury Lane Evergreen Park, Carousel Dinner Theater (Akron, OH), Dallas Theater Center (Dallas, TX) and Drury Lane Water Tower and has been active in children’s theater for over 20 years. She is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association and hopes you enjoy the show! *Denotes Member of Actors’ Equity Association Fox Valley Rep 11


FVR Performing Arts Academy

                                                                     

                                  

                                                                         

                                    

                                                                                  

          

                                     

   12 Fox Valley Rep


Extraordinary! Enchanting! Enlightening! Educational!

Excellent! Entertaining!

There’s for

something

everyone

at the Norris this season! Visit www.norrisculturalarts.com

or call 630.584.7200 for our season brochure. Find out about our multi-year series commemorating the 150th anniversary of the U.S. Civil War.


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Facilities and Services THEATER BOX OFFICE The box office at Pheasant Run Resort is open seven days a week. Call (630) 584-6342. Hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Sunday. Closed on major holidays. Tickets may also be purchased at any Ticketmaster outlet or online at www.ticketmaster.com. GROUP SALES Special group discounts are available for parties of 10 or more, including dinner packages. Call Maggie Cross at (630) 524-5071. OVERNIGHT RESORT-THEATER PACKAGES are available starting as low as $174 for two people. Call the box office or visit www.pheasantrun.com for more information.

CHILDREN age 8 and older are welcome in the two live theaters at Pheasant Run Resort. However, some productions may not be suitable for all age groups. Call the box office for information about the content of a specific play. REFRESHMENTS may be purchased at the Lobby Bar, Harvest Lounge, Jambalaya and The Golf Bar. Drinks purchased at the resort may be brought into the Mainstage and Preservation Hall during any performance. Please turn off all ELECTRONIC DEVICES that may ring, beep, or otherwise produce a sound that would disrupt the performance. This includes cell phones, pagers, PDAs, and watches. SMOKING is strictly prohibited in our theaters.

WHEELCHAIR SEATING AND ASSISTED HEARING DEVICES are available in the Mainstage theater. Please notify the box office when ordering tickets.

The use of CAMERAS or VIDEO/AUDIO RECORDING EQUIPMENT is strictly prohibited in our theaters.

RESTROOMS are located in the upper and lower Mainstage theater lobby and on Bourbon Street.

TICKET POLICY no refunds will be granted for theater tickets purchased via Ticketmaster or at the box office.

GIFT CARDS Give the memory of an exciting evening of dinner and a show! Gift cards in any amount are available at the box office.

LOST AND FOUND items may be turned in to the theater staff or the hotel’s front desk. Items lost or presumed stolen are not the responsibility of Fox Valley Repertory or Pheasant Run Resort. To inquire about lost items, visit the hotel front desk and ask for a member of the security staff.

MAINSTAGE THEATER SEASON SUBCRIPTIONS Discounted subscription packages for the 2011 season are available! Subscribers have access to a variety of discounts on Pheasant Run Resort amenities. Call the box office or visit www.foxvalleyrep.org for more information.

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