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THE GLASS MENAGERIE by Tennessee Williams

Directed by KEVIN THEIS*

October 6 to November 13, 2011

Madison Street Theatre, Oak Park, Illinois

*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, The Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers Oak Park Festival 1


A R T I S T I C D I R E C TO R ’ S N O T E Welcome to our 38th season and our second year round season! The 2011‑2012 season also marks my 10th year as Artistic Director. I could not be more pleased with the strides the theatre has taken in those ten years. With the help of a terrific board, dedicated staff, and the contributions of hundreds of wonderful artists, we’ve grown from producing one show in the summer to an exciting four shows year round. We now present two shows in the summer in our home in Austin Gardens and, thanks to a terrific partnership with Madison Street Theatre, we offer two shows here in the fall and spring. In the past ten years, we’ve produced almost as many plays as we had in the previous 27 years. Talk about exponential growth! This year’s season couldn’t be more exciting. I am proud to feature the talents of some of Chicagoland’s strongest artists, beginning with tonight’s production of Tennessee Williams’ classic, The Glass Menagerie directed by Kevin Theis and featuring Belinda Bremner. As soon as I knew we would be producing this amazing work, I asked Belinda to play Amanda Wingfield. I can think of no one else I’d like to see illumine this fantastic character. This spring, again right here in the MST Studio theatre, we are thrilled to feature Alan Ruck (who many of you will know as Cameron in the John Hughes movie Ferris Beuller’s Day Off, and who also appeared in the movies Twister and Speed, as well as Stuart Bondek in the TV series, Spin City) but I will truly enjoy sharing the stage with him in Marie Jones’ Olivier Award winning Irish comedy, Stones in His Pockets. The two actors in this show portray all of the 17 characters in the play. With Stones in His Pockets we welcome back to OPFT the directing talents of David Mink, who has directed several of our very successful shows (Tartuffe and Blithe Spirit to name but two). With a national election looming in the fall, the first show in the summer of 2012, will feature the directing talents of Steve Pickering, former Artistic Director of Next Theatre, helming our production of Inherit the Wind. This retelling of the Scopes’ Monkey Trial, which took place in 1925, debates the legality of teaching evolution and is as timely today as when it was written in 1955 by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. In fact, the authors describe the setting of when the play takes place as “not too long ago.” Wrapping up our summer, Kevin Theis will be featured as one of Shakespeare’s most charming and sympathetic villains in all of theatre, Richard the Third. This complex, fascinating exploration of a man who at the beginning of the play tells us he will stop at nothing to achieve his nefarious designs, challenges us to determine where our allegiance lies and why. Directed by Belinda Bremner, this exciting play caps our 2011 ‑ 2012 season. By that time, we will have announced our 2012 ‑ 2013 season. Time flies when you’re having fun. None of this would be possible without the strong support of you our audience. Thank you for your patronage, please tell your friends, bring them with you and, if you haven’t already, become a subscriber! Thank you, Jack Hickey

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D I R E C TO R ’ S N O T E S The Glass Menagerie is set during a period in our history that we hoped never to repeat. In the late 1930s, America was in turmoil: the economy was in ruins, unemployment was sky‑high, income disparity was endemic, and hope was a scarce commodity. Yet here we are, more than seventy years later, living through a similar (if less catastrophic) national crisis. Many Americans, like the Wingfield family, live paycheck to paycheck. Families now, as then, must sometimes choose between eating and paying the electric bill. And young men like Tom, the economic lifeblood of the family’s existence, must choose between two heartbreaking options: abandoning either his dreams or the people who need him the most. We should all hope for a time when plays like this are not so tragically relevant. This play marked Tennessee Williams’ first major success as a playwright and, though he would go on to write some of the greatest American classics of the 20th century, it remains his most personal and intimate work. C A S T O F T H E G L A S S M E N AG E R I E ( i n

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Tom Wingfield........................................................................................................Christian Gray* Amanda Wingfield.......................................................................................... Belinda Bremner* Laura Wingfield................................................................................................................ Zoe Palko Jim O’Connor............................................................................................................Luke Couzens Understudies For Ms. Bremner and Ms. Palko, Kelly Lynn Hogan; For Mr. Gray and Mr. Couzens Danny Pancratz Understudies never substitute for listed performers unless a specific announcement is made at the time of the performance. *Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers SET TING Scene: An alley in St. Louis Part I. Preparation for a Gentleman Caller Part II. The Gentleman Calls Time: Now and the Past P R O D U C T I O N S TA F F F O R T H E G L A S S M E N AG E R I E Director.......................................................................................................................... Kevin Theis* Set Designer........................................................................................................ Michael Lasswell Lighting Designer.........................................................................................Aimee Hanyzewski Costume Designer........................................................................................ Lindsay Schmeling Sound Designer........................................................................................................Joseph Fosco Stage Manager..................................................................................................... Robert W. Behr* The use of cameras, video recorders, or audio recorders by members of the audience during the course of this production is strictly prohibited. There will be one ten-minute intermission. Oak Park Festival 3


C A S T & S TA F F P R O F I L E S Belinda Bremner* (Amanda Wingfield) For Oak Park Festival Theatre: The Chorus in Henry V, Director of Dancing at Lughnasa, Of Mice and Men, Faith Healer, (Director and Author of) Mrs. Coney (Kennedy Center Prize winner) and Midwinter’s Tales (benefit for OPFT and Walk In Ministry December 3 and 4, 2011), Richard III (summer 2012). For ShawChicago: Co‑founder, director of John Bull’s Other Island, Midwinter’s Tales, etc, actor in over 30 productions and outreaches. Jeff winning actor at Goodman, Court, Northlight, Briar Street, Stories on Stage, Body Politic (founding Ensemble member), and St. Nicholas. Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University faculty for over twenty years. Proud member of AEA, SAG, and AFTRA. This is for Ben and Lucy who know.

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Luke Couzens (Jim O’Connor) is thrilled to make his debut performance with Oak Park Festival Theatre. Luke is a graduate of The Theatre School at DePaul University. Recent Chicago credits include Tybalt in Romeo & Juliet (First Folio Theatre), Leonard Cowherd III in Letters Home (Griffin Theatre), Page Otirian in Some Air (Nothing Without A Company), and War & Peace: a dance theatre short (Viaduct Theater, in collaboration with Redmoon & Collaboraction). Christian Gray* (Tom Wingfield) happily makes his OPFT debut, where he assistant directed Of Mice and Men (dir.


C A S T & S TA F F P R O F I L E S ( c o n t .) Belinda Bremner). He recently played Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet at First Folio Theatre, where he is an Artistic Associate. He is also an ensemble member of ShawChicago, and has performed with over a dozen Chicago area companies, including Court Theatre, Remy Bumppo, and Writers’ Theatre. Regional credits include Fort Worth Shakespeare (TX), Kentucky Reper‑ tory, and Pennsylvania Stage Company. Recent film/internet/ commercial credits: Plastic (FPPI Films), Reclamation (NTG Produc‑ tions), Normal (Rule 42 Productions); a webisode series Classholes (Red City Productions); Horseshoe Casino, Stein Garden and Gifts, Sprint/Nextel (spec). He will next play Jacob Marley in A Christmas Carol at Drury Lane Oakbrook. Love to Lydia!

Zoe Palko (Laura Wingfield) has been acting and doing improv around the Chicago area in various theatres over the past few years and has most recently been seen in The Women (Circle Theatre), You Can’t Take It With You (Village Players), Love’s Labours Lost and Much Ado About Nothing (Oak Park Festival Theatre). Her other favorite credits include Ella Hammer in The Cradle Will Rock, Cecily Pigeon in The Odd Couple, Mandel in Playing for Time, Mortimer inThe Fantasticks, Witch MacBeth, Elly/Ellard inThe Foreigner, Ashby in Am I Blue and Bernadette in Raised in Captivity.

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C A S T & S TA F F P R O F I L E S ( c o n t .) Kevin Theis* (Director) has directed five previous productions for Festival Theatre: Henry V, Picnic, Robin Hood, Cyrano de Bergerac, and the touring company’s production of Shakespeare: Scenes, Sonnets and Songs. As a performer, he has appeared in a number of OPFT shows, most recently as Benedick in Much Ado, George in Of Mice and Men and Frank Hardy in last season’s Faith Healer. Other directing credits incluede last summer’s Michi‑ gan Shakespeare Festivals production of Comedy of Errors as well as produc‑ tions at Lifeline Theatre, City Lit, Buffalo Theatre Ensemble, CT20 Ensemble, and Seanachai Theatre, where he is an ensemble member. Kevin has been nominated for three Joseph Jefferson awards for his directing work. Michael Lasswell (Set Design) has been the Faculty Set Designer at CCPA, Roosevelt University for the past 7 years. His designs at the Asolo Theatre, Florida Studio Theatre, Hippodrome Theater, Central City Opera, Light Opera Works, Oak Park Festival Theatre, and the Chicago Symphony have won numerous regional awards. Lasswell also spent six years as the resident designer for New York’s American Academy of Dramatic Art where he designed 22 full produc‑ tions every year. He previously designed Dancing at Lughnasa for OPFT. Aimee Hanyzewski (Lighting Design) is pleased to return to Oak Park Festi‑ val Theatre after designing sets for Henry the Fourth and Henry V this past summer. The previous summer, she designed the sets for Love’s Labour’s Lost and Of Mice and Men, which was nominated for a Joseph Jefferson award. Aimee is the Resident Light‑ ing Designer and Assistant Production Manager for Roosevelt University in Chicago, and freelances working for local companies such as Next Act and Milwaukee Repertory Theater. Lindsay Schmeling (Costume Design) is a freelance costume designer and tech‑ nician in the Chicagoland area. Prior to

moving to Chicago, she designed for the Lexington Children’s Theatre in Kentucky and the Olney Theatre Center in Mary‑ land. Lindsay is thrilled to be continuing her collaboration with Oak Park Festival Theatre after designing their summer productions of Henry the Fourth and Henry V. She recently received her MFA in Costume Design and Technology from Northern Illinois University, holds a BA in Theatre from the College of Charleston and spent a month studying theatrical design at the Moscow Art Theatre. She would like to thank her loving family for being so supportive of her crazy career. Joseph Fosco (Sound Designer) is a Chicago-based composer and sound designer. He has been nominated for a New York Drama Desk award, 8 Jeff awards, receiving 3; he has received 2 After Dark awards and an Orgie Theatre Award. Joseph is a company member of A Red Orchid Theatre in Chicago; he has also designed shows at The Goodman Theatre, Steppenwolf Theatre, Victory Gardens Theatre, Museum Of Contem‑ porary Art in Chicago, Northlight The‑ atre, Marriott’s Theatre in Lincolnshire, Noble Fool Theatricals/Fox Valley Rep., Theater Wit, Porchlight Theatre and many others. Regionally he has com‑ posed music and designed sound at Barrow Street Theatre (NY), 29th Street Rep.(NY) and theatres in Seattle, Madi‑ son, and Milwaukee. In England Joseph has designed in London, Edinburgh, Brighton, and Manchester.  Joseph has composed music for film, video, and dance, and currently performs with the Chicago Scratch Orchestra. Visit www. josephfosco.com for more information. Robert W. Behr (Stage Manager) is pleased to return for his ninth season at Oak Park Festival. A proud Actors’ Equity member since 1980, he has performed and stage managed for many Chicago area theatres as well as in Toledo, Ohio; Muskegon and Saugatuck, Michigan; and the opera company of the Eastman School of Music. He was last seen here as Sir Richard de la Lee in Robyn Hood. He’s also a free-lance director and OPFT’s treasurer. Oak Park Festival 7


C A S T & S TA F F P R O F I L E S ( c o n t .) Jack Hickey* (Artistic Director) has been with the company for nine seasons. For Festival Theatre he has directed Much Ado About Nothing, The Comedy of Errors, As You Like It, and Love’s Labour’s Lost. Roles with Festival Theatre include Sir John Falstaff in Henry the Fourth, Flewellyn in Henry V, Teddy in Faith Healer, the title role in Cyrano de Bergerac, Charles Condo‑ mine in Blithe Spirit, Howard Bevins in Picnic, Touchstone in As You Like It, John Douglas in Murder by the Book, Friar Lawrence in Romeo and Juliet, and Bot‑ tom in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Jack has worked with many other theatres including ShawChicago, The Goodman,

Drury Lane Oak Brook, Remy Bumppo, and Chicago Dramatists. Favorite roles include that of Buckminster Fuller in the one man show R. Buckminster Fuller: The History and Mystery of the Universe at the Mercury Theatre, and Ko‑Ko in The Mikado with Light Opera Works. Actors’ Equity Association AEA or Equity, founded in 1913, is the labor union that represents more than 48,000 Actors and Stage Managers in the United States. Equity seeks to advance, promote, and foster the art of live theatre as an essential component of our society.

SPECIAL THANKS The Saints, for ushering; Sugarcup Trading for sponsoring the craft table at Family Days; Richard Christiansen, West Suburban Temple Har Zion, the Village of Oak Park, Roosevelt University Theatre Department and Anthony Kayer A very special thank you to the leadership and staff of the Vist Oak Park

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F I N D U S O N FAC E B O O K ! Search for Oak Park Festival Theatre and Like us on Facebook to find out about breaking news, sneak previews, and special deals. We Like our Facebook friends! VO L U N T E E R W I T H U S Oak Park Festival Theatre is always looking for dedicated volunteers. Do you want to support the arts? All it takes is a few hours a month. We will tailor tasks to your interests and skills. Call 708-445-4440 and leave a message for Managing Director, Lisa Gordon or e-mail Info@OakParkFestival.com. More information is available at http://oakparkfestival.com/backstage/volunteer/. AU S T I N G A R D E N S B E N E F I T S F R O M YO U R S U P P O R T ! Festival Theatre summer performances are located in beautiful Austin Gardens. Originally owned by the Austin Family, Austin Gardens was willed to the Park District of Oak Park in 1944 along with an irrevocable trust fund for extraordinary maintenance and improvements. This fund is managed locally in hopes it will continue to grow and support the work of the Park District and, more specifically, Festival Theatre. If you are interested in donating to the Austin Trust, please con‑ tact Diane Stanke at the Park District of Oak Park at (708) 725-2022.

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OA K PA R K F E S T I VA L T H E AT R E S TA F F Artistic Director...........................................................................................................Jack Hickey* Managing Director....................................................................................................Lisa Gordon* Marketing Manager..............................................................................................Alexis Jaworski Outreach Coordinator...................................................................................... Katherine Banks Grant Writer.................................................................................................................. Erica Bittner Box Office Manager...................................................................................................Mary Liming Group Sales Coordinator...............................................................................Victoria Whooper Photographer..........................................................................................................Johnny Knight Legal Advisor.......................................................................................................Pamela Myerson Administrative Volunteer......................................................................................Marilyn Nolan

OA K PA R K F E S T I VA L T H E AT R E B OA R D O F D I R E C TO R S Co-President................................................................................................................. Kevin Theis* Co-President...................................................................................................... Belinda Bremner* Treasurer................................................................................................................. Robert W. Behr* Secretary................................................................................................................... Molly Surowitz Members................................................................................. Paul Engelhardt, Len Grossman, Kevin O’Brien,Dan Marco, Clifford T. Osborn, Edwin Wald* Oak Park Festival Theatre is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association, the League of Chicago Theatres, Oak Park River Forest Chamber of Commerce, and Oak Park Area Arts Council.

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Oak Park Festival Theatre is supported in part by the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency. Oak Park Festival Theatre is partially funded by the Oak Park Area Arts Council, in partnership with the Villages of Oak Park, Forest Park and River Forest, and the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency. Oak Park Festival Theatre’s summer sound system is supported in part by The Saints, an organization of volunteers for the performing arts.

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2 010 - 2 011 D O N O R S Over $10,000 Belinda Bremner & Jake Dickens In loving memory of James Robert Bremner, Jr. $1,000 - $10,000 Jack and Torry Hickey $251 - $1,000 Richard & Patricia Akin Cynthia Barnard & Len Grossman Dale Calandra Elizabeth Howland & Dennis Zavac Krystyna D. Kiel Roberta L. Raymond Larson Mary Michell in memory of Margery Michell Georga K. and Allen Parchem Joyce Porter Chatka Ruggiero Kevin Theis

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C O N C E RT 1 P R O G R A M Heaven and earth are full of the majesty of thy glory.

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Thou art the King of Glory, O Christ. Thou art the everlasting Son of the Father.

IV. Andante / Adagio / Allegro / Adagio / Allegro The glorious company of the V. Adagio / Allegro Apostles praise thee. When thou tookest upon thee to The goodly fellowship of the deliver man; Prophets praise thee. Thou didst not abhor the The noble army of Martyrs Virgins womb. praise thee. When thou the hadst overcome the The holy Church, throughout all sharpness of death; the world doth acknowledge thee. Thou didst open the kingdom of The Father of an infinite majesty; heaven to all believers. CLOTHING JEWELRY ACCESSORIES thine honorable, true, and only son; Thou sittest at the right hand of Also the Holy Ghost, the comforter. God in the glory of the Father. continued on page 14

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2 010 - 2 011 D O N O R S ( c o n t .) Edmund & Paula Goedert Kenneth Green Elinor Hamer‑Crane Thomas J. Haney James Haptonstahl Angelo Hareas Cristy Harris John & Elizabeth Hickey Jerry Hills Judith M. Hoppe Elaine Hoyt Donna Hanlon Jensen Raymond A. Johnson Shirley Johnson Marian & Stan Kaderbek Carolyn A. Kalina Marion and Alexander Karczmar Gary Keller Robert L. & Ellen B. Kircher Evelyn Krueger Daniel S. Lamorte Arlene Lencioni Franette Liebow Amy Little

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