Welcome to a new year in the arts at North Central College. We are truly excited that you are joining us! If this is your first visit, please do not make it your last. If you are one of our ever-growing number of returning clients, thank you for all you do for us. Your loyalty is a great present to all of us in the arts at North Central. There could be no better time to celebrate the arts in this vibrant community. North Central College’s 150th birthday celebration continues with some of the finest artists performing right here in downtown Naperville. When you combine spectacular facilities with free parking and over 100 restaurants, you get world class entertainment. But don’t keep us a secret! Let all of your friends know about this gem you’ve found right in your back yard. Speaking of friends, there is a way you can help us continue to bring you some of the finest artists to Naperville. Our Friends of the Arts program is an important group of supporters who understand that ticket sales only cover a portion of the expenses incurred to bring terrific artists to North Central College. To give you an example, in our recent sold-out performances of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, in addition to the artists fees, we provided all the theatrical magic plus the pampering that our artists deserve. It’s what we do with the greatest production team anyone in the fine arts can hope to work with. In order to keep our prices as low as they are, we need the generous support of you, our loyal patrons. Your tax deductible gift will bring so much to so many. Please call the box office for further information on Friends of the Arts and the great benefits you will receive by joining the club! Now, on with the show! Thanks for listening. . . .er . . . reading. I get the privilege of bringing the finest artists in the business to North Central College, Naperville, and the greater DuPage county area. Thank you for being here. We do appreciate your business. We also love to listen, so if there is something you feel we should do differently, if there is someone you want us to bring next season, or if you just want to chat, we are here for you. And now sit back, relax, and enjoy a great performance in the arts in the greatest venues around. Brian Lynch Fine Arts Director North Central College North Central College 1
sponsors North Central College thanks its Fine and Performing Arts 2010-2011 season event sponsors. The following companies have made generous contributions in support of the fine and performing arts.
These programs are also partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency.
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NORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE Presents
Ethan Bortnick and His Musical Time Machine
Friday, January 14, 2011 8:00 p.m. Presented at Wentz Concert Hall 171 E. Chicago Avenue, Naperville, Illinois www.northcentralcollege.edu/show 2010 â€“ 2011 Fine Arts Performances Sponsors
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ETHAN BORTNICK Ethan Bortnick is taking the entertainment world by storm with an amazing talent well beyond his years. The young pianist and composer seamlessly brings to life some of music’s most well known classics and biggest hits from every era and genre, entertaining crowds with a repertoire that spans from Bach and Mozart to disco, jazz, pop and rock songs. Witness the musical virtuosity of Ethan Bortnick as he delivers a trip through music’s rich history and introduces some of his very own compositions, including the entertaining and inspiring stories behind his original songs. As motivating as they are entertaining, his concerts captivate both kids and adults while reminding the audience that “anything is possible.” This is a rare opportunity to experience a uniquely gifted musician and entertainer in a show that’s magical and inspiring for all ages! ETHAN BORTNICK BIOGR APHY At only nine years old, Ethan Bortnick is already achieving accomplishments that many musicians work toward for an entire career. Ethan learned to play the piano at the early age of three by mimicking any music he would hear, whether on the radio or while listening to the popular “Baby Einstein” series. With a talent well beyond his years and the ability to play almost any song by ear, he has developed a repertoire spanning from classical masterpieces to timeless jazz standards to current chart-toppers. This talent includes the outstanding ability to compose his own music, which he began doing at the age of five. Ethan appeared on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” in May of 2007, making his national television debut. Since then, he has returned to the show three times as Leno’s guest, including an appearance in May 2009 where he presented Jay with a special gift – a song titled “The King of Late Night” which Ethan wrote as a tribute to the talk show host. He has appeared on national shows on every major network including “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” “Good Morning America,”“The Martha Stewart Show” and “Yo Gabba Gabba.” Appearing in front of audiences as large as 20,000 people, Ethan has performed in concerts and televised specials both nationally and internationally. He made his concert stage debut in May 2007 opening for Nelly Furtado in Hollywood, Fla. after meeting her on the set of “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.” Ethan has 4 North Central College
taken the stage with both the Orlando and Naples Philharmonic Orchestras, making him the youngest piano soloist to ever perform with these ensembles. Through concert and charity events, he has shared the stage with legendary artists including Elton John, Natalie Cole, Smokey Robinson, Beyoncé, Reba McEntire and many more. On February 1, 2010, Ethan joined music’s biggest names as the youngest member of the all-star “We Are the World 25 for Haiti” line up. Produced by Quincy Jones and Lionel Richie, the track featured superstars including Barbra Streisand, Celine Dion, Kanye West and Miley Cyrus and made its debut during the opening ceremony of the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics. Ethan also recently earned the distinction of being the youngest musician to be endorsed by premier instrument manufacturer Gibson Guitar/Baldwin Piano. Ethan has also made a name for himself as one of the world’s youngest philanthropists, using his talent to express his desire to help people, especially children. By performing, inspiring and educating, he has helped raise millions of dollars for charities around the world. These charities include the Miami Children’s Hospital, the Boys & Girls Club, the American Heart Association, the Starkey Hearing Foundation and many others. Ethan also made a special appearance at Muhammad Ali’s “Celebrity Fight Night” in March 2009 to
E T H A N B O R T N I C K B I O G R A P H Y ( c o n t .) help raise money for the fight against Parkinson’s disease and other charities. As part of the event, Ethan honored the legendary boxer with a song titled “The Champ” that he wrote especially for Ali. The song led to an impromptu onstage sing-along featuring such high profile guests as Josh Groban, David Foster and Forrest Whitaker. In August 2010, Ethan achieved the honor of being one of the youngest musicians with a PBS concert special when “Ethan Bortnick and His Musical Time Machine” aired nationally on the network. Recorded at the historic El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles, the special features Ethan performing musical classics from all eras and in-
cludes special guest appearances by legendary artists such as Arturo Sandoval and Gloria Gaynor. The concert special was released on CD/DVD on October 26th through Razor & Tie. Ethan will take his show on the road in early 2011, lighting up the stage in his first national headlining tour. Like his PBS special, the tour will feature Ethan bringing some of music’s biggest hits and classics to life for crowds both young and old in over 20 cities across the country. While on tour, Ethan will also entertain the crowd with some of his own compositions while sharing the inspirational stories behind each piece.
QUOTES “Maybe if I get really lucky young Ethan Bortnick will play for me another song or two.” – President Bill Clinton “This kid is amazing” – Jay Leno, The Tonight Show “He is amazing and I love the showmanship.. He is into it...” – Diane Sawyer, Good Morning America “My family, including two daughters ages 5 and 8, loved Ethan’s show. We skipped Disney World this weekend to see Ethan and we’re glad we did.” – Jeff Rusnak “You are an inspiration to all young musicians, you are fantastic.” – Martha Stewart “That is just unbelievable!!!” – Access Hollywood “It was the most breathtaking, inspirational, and emotional performance that I’ve seen in my life! He delivered hope and optimism; and, I truly believe that he is a reflection of the many gifts and talents that we’re given in life…that when cultivated, they could reap unbelievable results!“ – Vivian Sola, AVI-SPL “I could not stop crying, from excitement, when I heard you play. The music was beyond beautiful. You inspired me, my kids and my grandkids. You made us Laugh, Cry, and inspired me like no human being has in my lifetime. I can not believe you are only 9 years old. You played like you were 50, you spoke like you lived for hundreds of years, yet you were funny, humble, charming and most of all, still a Child! WOW! WOW! And thank you for sharing your Gift!!” – Luba Guzman “I thought I was prepared to be amazed… but he caught me by surprise, he was that good. We laughed and we cried as we were all treated to a rare form of entertainment! “– Ivy Peterson North Central College 5
Q U O T E S ( c o n t .) “I’ve never seen an entertainer get so many standing ovations. I stopped counting after the first five!” – Richard Miseyko, Site Search, Inc. “It was truly a onc- in-a-lifetime experience to hear such an incredibly gifted performer. Ethan has a unique way of reaching into the hearts of each attendee!” – Kory Butler “The most amazing performance I have ever seen…At 8 years old, Ethan is a rock star.” – Marvelless Mark There are 1000’s more e-mails and comments such as these, but this was selected to show the general nature of reactions after a concert.
E T H A N ’ S S H OW Some of the songs Ethan performs live at his shows are: 1. “Let It Be”......................................................................................................................The Beatles 2. “Ala Turka”.............................................................................................................................Mozart 3. “I Will Survive”........................................................................................................ Gloria Gaynor 4. “Good Golly Miss Molly”..................................................................................... Little Richard 5. “Waltz For Debby”......................................................................................................... Bill Evans 6. “Arctic Jazz”.......................................................................................................... Ethan Bortnick
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NORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE Classical Series
Saturday, January 15, 2011 8:00 p.m.
Presented at Wentz Concert Hall 171 E. Chicago Avenue, Naperville, Illinois www.northcentralcollege.edu/show 2010 â€“ 2011 Fine Arts Performances Sponsors
North Central College gratefully acknowledges Nicor and Sara Lee as corporate underwriters of this performance.
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PROGR A M A Dream Unfolds: Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Chicago Sinfonietta Paul Freeman, Music Director and Conductor Leslie B. Dunner, Guest Conductor Theater Set (overture)..................................................................................................Ulysses Kay Lyric for String......................................................................................................... George Walker Concerto for a Genius.................................................. Reginald Robinson, arr. Orbert Davis 1. Mr. Murphyâ€™s Blues 2. Janet 3. Ansaar 4. The 19th Galaxy Reginald Robinson, piano Intermission Porgy and Bess: Concert Version.................................................................George Gershwin, arr. Robert Russell Bennett Lisa Daltrius, soprano Chauncey Packer, tenor Donnie Ray Albert, baritone Chicago Community Chorus led by Dr. Keith Hampton, Artistic Director Chicago Sinfonietta
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C H I C AG O S I N F O N I E T TA Maestro Paul Freeman founded the Chicago Sinfonietta in 1987 in response to the lack of opportunity for minority classical musicians, composers, and soloists. Twenty-four seasons later, the Chicago Sinfonietta remains as the national model and true trailblazer for promoting diversity and inclusiveness in orchestral music. The Chicago Sinfonietta has a proud history of having enriched the cultural, educational, and social quality of life in Chicago, while gaining significant recognition on the national and international stage. Committed to promoting diversity and inclusiveness in classical music, the Sinfonietta performs at Chicago’s Symphony Center, Lund Auditorium at Dominican University, Wentz Concert Hall at North Central College, and the Harris Theater for Music and Dance at Millennium Park. The Chicago Sinfonietta is the official orchestra of the Joffrey Ballet.
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Chicago Sinfonietta musicians truly represent the city’s rich cultural landscape and continue to fulfill the orchestra’s mission of Musical Excellence through Diversity™. A 2007 survey of major orchestras revealed that the Chicago Sinfonietta is the most diverse professional orchestra in the United States. Paul Freeman, Music Director/Conductor Maestro Paul Freeman is in his 24th season as Music Director of the Chicago Sinfonietta, a post he has held since his founding of the orchestra in 1987. Born in Richmond, Virginia, Maestro Freeman has established himself as one of America’s leading conductors. In 1996, he was appointed music director and chief conductor of the Czech National Symphony Orchestra in Prague, a position he held simultaneously with Chicago Sinfonietta till 2009. From 1979 to 1989, he served as music director of the Victoria Symphony in
C H I C AG O S I N F O N I E T TA ( c o n t .) Canada, principal guest conductor of the Helsinki Philharmonic in Finland, associate conductor of the Dallas and Detroit Symphony Orchestras, and music director of the Opera Theatre of Rochester, New York. The December 2000 issue of Fanfare magazine proclaimed Maestro Freeman “one of the finest conductors which our nation has produced.” Leslie B. Dunner, Guest Conductor One of the premier American conductors of his generation, Leslie B. Dunner enjoys an international career, distinguished by the breadth of his repertoire as well as his electrifying and critically lauded performances. Following a summer that included programs with South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal Philharmonic Orchestra, his current season includes return engagements with California’s Symphony Silicon Valley and the Chicago Sinfonietta, debuts with the San Angelo Symphony Orchestra and Orquesta Filarmónica de Jalisco, and continuing as the Principal Conductor of the Louisville Ballet. A native New Yorker, Leslie B. Dunner holds advanced degrees in music from the University of Cincinnati’s CollegeConservatory of Music, Queens College in New York City and the University of Rochester’s Eastman School of Music. He serves on the advisory boards of Houston’s Opera Vista, World Artist Experience in Annapolis and the International Jordania Conducting Competition in Chattanooga. Reginald R. Robinson, piano Reginald R. Robinson, born and raised in Chicago, is a noted pianist/composer of semi-classical, ragtime, Latin American and early jazz & blues styles. He is also an educator on ragtime music
across the U.S. He has recorded four CDs for the Delmark label. In 2004, Reginald received a fellowship grant from the John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation for his innovation in ragtime music. Reginald released his fourth album “Man Out of Time” in 2006 and in the summer of 2007, he performed with Orbert Davis who arranged and conducted his Chicago Jazz Philharmonic Orchestra’s historical performance of “Concerto for a Genius” that consisted of four of Reginald’s original compositions from “Man Out of Time” arranged for full orchestra. Reginald’s latest music project called “Reflections” features audio and visual performances of music that he composed over the last twenty years. Between recording, performing and composing, Reginald is at work on his most ambitious project, a documentary film about the history and development of ragtime music Lisa Daltrius, soprano With a radiant voice of beauty, power, nuance and musicality, as well as a demanding stage presence, Lisa Daltrius is poised for a major career worldwide. In her professional operatic debut as Tosca, The New York Times said, “… the very image of Tosca... she exuded an intangible electricity, that charge that comes across to the audience when something is really happening onstage.” Ms. Daltrius has received awards and recognition from the NJ State Opera Vocal competition, the Joy of Singing competition, The Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, The Liederkranz International Vocal Competition and the New York Vocal Artists Competition. She is also a grantee of the Singer’s Development Fund in NYC and the William Matthews Sullivan Foundation.
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C H I C AG O S I N F O N I E T TA ( c o n t .) Chauncey Packer, tenor American tenor Chauncey Packer is an exciting talent on the stages of opera houses in Europe and the United States. Mr. Packer is one of the most in-demand artists for his captivating portrayal of Sportin’ Life in “Porgy and Bess.” Following his debut of this role with Atlanta Opera, a reviewer proclaimed, “Here Chauncey Packer was the complete entertainer” (The Atlanta Journal). He will reprise the role with the company again in the 2010-2011 season. Last season, he made his San Francisco Opera debut as Sportin’ Life to rave reviews, and he has also performed the role with Mobile Opera, Opera Grand Rapids, Tulsa Opera and this season in many major European cities. Chauncey Packer is originally from southern Alabama where he received his undergraduate degree from University of Mobile and his master’s degree in music from University of New Orleans where he makes his home. Donnie Ray Albert, baritone Donnie Ray Albert is a regular guest of opera companies and symphony orchestras around the world, including the Metropolitan Opera, Los Angeles Opera, plus numerous appearances with Opera Pacific, Houston Grand Opera, Florentine Opera of Milwaukee, Dallas Opera, Atlanta Opera, Austin Lyric Opera, Florida Grand Opera, Minnesota Opera, Utah Opera, and the opera companies of New Orleans, Baltimore, Columbus, Kansas City, Omaha, Pittsburgh, Calgary, Edmonton, Montreal, Manitoba, and Vancouver. He has also appeared with several opera companies in Europe, Asia, and South America. Donnie Ray Albert was born in Louisiana. He earned a Bachelor of Music Degree at Louisiana State University and a Master of Music Degree from Southern 12 North Central College
Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. Mr. Albert may be heard on RCA’s Grammy® Award and Grand Prix du Disque winning recording of “Porgy and Bess,” NOW’s recording of “The Horse I Ride Has Wings” with David Garvey on piano, EMI’s “Frühlingsbegräbnis” and “Eine Florentinesche Tragodie” by Zemlinsky conducted by James Conlon, and Simon Sargon’s “A Clear Midnight”on the Gasparo label. Chicago Community Chorus led by Dr. Keith Hampton, Artistic Director Keith Hampton is currently the Director of Choral Activities at Gary Comer College Prep, A Campus of Noble Street Charter School and the Director of Music Ministries and Organist at the Park Manor Christian Church, in Chicago. Dr. Hampton is very active as a conductor, an organ soloist, and an accompanist and is in constant demand as a workshop clinician. He has guest-conducted the Rhode Island All-State Chorus, American Choral Directors Association’s Eastern Division High School Honor’s Choir, Baltimore All-County High School Chorus and the Pennsylvania Region I and Region VI High School Choirs. Dr. Hampton earned a Bachelor of Music Education Degree from Westminster Choir College, a Master of Arts Degree from Marywood University and a Doctor of Music Degree in Church Music from Northwestern University. Founded on August 18, 2003, the Chicago Community Chorus is comprised of singers from all walks of life and varying levels of musical experience. The chorus actively seeks to reflect the diversity of Chicago by the involvement of singers from a variety of ethnic backgrounds and has a children’s choir called The Voices of the Future. The chorus presents at least three performances each year in a variety of venues. It performs a wide variety of repertoire that includes choral literature by the great composers from the 15th century to the present, spirituals, gospel music, jazz, folk music and show tunes.
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NORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE Presents
Chicago Chamber Musicians
Friday, January 21, 2011 8:00 p.m. Presented at Wentz Concert Hall 171 E. Chicago Avenue, Naperville, Illinois www.northcentralcollege.edu/show 2010 â€“ 2011 Fine Arts Performances Sponsors
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C H I C AG O C H A M B E R M U S I C I A N S Joseph Genualdi, Artistic Director Founded in 1986, the Grammy®-nominated Chicago Chamber Musicians (CCM) enjoys an outstanding reputation for artistic excellence and strong commitment to community service. “One of the indispensables of classical music in Chicago” (Chicago Tribune), and named 2007 Chamber Ensemble of the Year by the Illinois Council of Orchestras, CCM’s ensemble of 15 world-class artists, including resident group CCM, has toured extensively and has developed an international reputation for fresh, intimate and nuanced performances by musicians who consistently work together as an ensemble. CCM’s diverse musical programs of “impressive skill and palpable involvement” (The New York Times) include a six-concert subscription series, an award-winning contemporary chamber music series, annual Family Concerts and a wide range of community initiatives including: music residencies in Chicago public schools, the Chamber Music Professional Development Program mentoring young professional chamber ensembles, performances in senior homes and community centers, and the free First Monday concerts at the Chicago Cultural Center. Regularly heard on WFMT and APM’s “Performance Today,” CCM broadcasts a nationally syndicated radio series through the WFMT Radio Network in spring. CCM has received two prestigious ASCAP/Chamber Music America Awards for Adventurous Programming and an ABBY Award for Arts Management Excellence from the Arts and Business Council of Chicago. The ensemble has commissioned 17 works, and CCM’s recording catalog includes its Grammy-finalist “Chamber Works for Winds and Strings” by Mozart on Summit and “John Harbison: Chamber Music” on Naxos.
PROGR A M Chicago Chamber Musicians (CCM) will present powerful masterworks of the chamber canon, including Brahms’ monumental “Quintet in B minor for clarinet and strings, Op. 115,” and Franck’s “Piano Quintet in F minor, Op. 14.” Also clarinetist and former principal clarinet of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Larry Combs, will perform this virtuosic work with CCM strings. Johannes Brahms............................................................................................................... (1833 - 1897) Clarinet Quintet in B minor, Op. 115 Allegro Adagio Andantino – Presto non assai, ma con sentimento Con moto Larry Combs, clarinet Joseph Genualdi, violin Jasmine Lin, violin Rami Solomonow, viola Clancy Newman, cello ~ Intermission ~ César Franck......................................................................................................................... (1822 - 1890) Piano Quintet in F minor, Op. 14 Molto moderato quasi lento - Allegro Lento con molto sentimento Allegro non troppo ma con fuoco Meng-Chieh Liu, piano Joseph Genualdi, violin Jasmine Lin, violin Rami Solomonow, viola Clancy Newman, cello North Central College 15
NORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE Presents
Spider Saloff “The Memory of All That”
Sunday, January 23, 2011 6:00 p.m. Presented at Madden Theater 171 E. Chicago Avenue, Naperville, Illinois www.northcentralcollege.edu/show 2010 – 2011 Fine Arts Performances Sponsors
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SPIDER SALOFF Spider Saloff remains one of the finest jazz vocalists working in this or any other city. The New York Times calls her, “Slyly sophisticated, easily accessible, Saloff stands as a kind of ideal.” Co-star and co-creator of the internationally syndicated Public Radio series “Words and Music” on PBS, Spider Saloff has received critical acclaim nationally and internationally. She is not only an aficionado of Gershwin and the Great American Songbook, she is also a songwriter and playwright who also tours a one-woman musical comedy entitled “The Roar of the Butterfly” which is touring performing arts centers around the country in 2011-2012. As one of the rare officially sanctioned acts of the Gershwin Centennial, her concert, “Spider Saloff Sings Gershwin,” has been touring the U.S. since 1996 and headlined the St. Petersburg Gershwin Festival in Russia (the birthplace of Gershwin’s ancestors), including performances in the Gershwin family home. Ms. Saloff has also toured with Michael Feinstein as a special guest star, and opened for the late Alan King and Les Paul. Saloff has played venues such as New York’s Town Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Feinstein’s at Loews Regency, The Algonquin, Café Carlyle, and Birdland, as well as San Francisco’s famed Castro Theater and Chicago’s notorious Gold Star Sardine Bar, The Green Mill, the Fairmont Hotel, and The Drake hotel. Other favorite venues where Spider has headlined include the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., the Wilmington Grand Opera, and guest spots as featured vocalist with the Wallingford Symphony, the Everett Symphony, and Chicago Jazz Orchestra. Five-time winner of the MAC Award, including one for Best Female Jazz Vocalist presented by the Manhattan Association of Cabarets, she also received a special citation for her musical contributions from NARAS (presenter of the Grammy® Awards). Spider Saloff has seven CDs released nationally on Kopaesthetics Records: “1938,”“Sextet,”“The Memory of All That,” and “A New Set of Standards,” “Cole Porter Live at Maxim’s,” and “Like Glass.” Her latest release is a holiday CD entitled “Cool Yule.” Television credits include: “The Bonnie Hunt Show” (CBS), “Cybill” (NBC) and “The Steve Baskerville Show” (CBS). www.spiderjazz.com
“Ms. Saloff is a gifted and polished song stylist who gives Gershwin a new spin. A most enjoyable musical outing.” – Rex Reed “There have been countless album salutes to George and Ira Gershwin, but few as fresh or relaxed as Spider Saloff’s ‘The Memory of All That’.” – Chicago Sun-Times “Spider Saloff loves a Gershwin tune, and so will you after listening to her fresh interpretations of standards such as ‘Embraceable You’ and ‘Love Walked In.’ Saloff delivers a warm toast to the Gershwin brothers that brings a champagne glow to all who listen.” – Newsday “It’s apparent she’s a performer of depth... Her voice takes on a lovely Billie Holiday-like quality. Saloff will win you over completely.” – New York Post “Saloff’s flexible pop soprano pipes are tops!” – Variety
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NORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE Presents
Saturday, January 29, 2011 8:00 p.m. Presented at Pfeiffer Hall 310 E. Benton Avenue, Naperville, Illinois www.northcentralcollege.edu/show 2010 â€“ 2011 Fine Arts Performances Sponsors
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Frank Chaves - Artistic Director The Company Brittany Blumer Hanna Brictson Kelly Michael Brunk Clayton Cross Christian Denice Brandon DiCriscio Michael Gross Lauren Kias
Lizzie MacKenzie Melanie Manale-Hortin Cassandra Porter Ricky Ruiz Jessica Wolfrum
Jeff Wolfe* *Guest Artist
Artistic Staff Sara Bibik Assistant to the Artistic Director
Mari Jo Irbe Rehearsal Director
Claire Bataille and Laura Wade Ballet Mistresses
Administration and Production Staff Gail Kalver Executive Director
Salena Watkins Business Manager
Jenny Jacobsen Development Manager
Diana Anton Educational Manger
Maria Kellner Marketing & Administrative Manager
Joshua Paul Weckesser Production Manager/Lighting Director
2010-2011 Company Apprentices Cameo Cross
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R I V E R N O R T H DA N C E C O M PA N Y P R O G R A M Love Will Follow (2001) Choreography: Frank Chaves Music: Kenny Loggins Costume Design: Jordan Ross Lighting Design: Todd L. Clark Brittany Blumer, Hanna Brictson, Kelly Michael Brunk, Christian Denice, Brandon DiCriscio, Michael Gross, Lauren Kias, Lizzie MacKenzie, Melanie ManaleHortin, Jeff Wolfe, Jessica Wolfrum Generously underwritten by Stephen & Terri Geifman. Beat (2001) Structured improvisation shaped by: Ashley Roland Music: Original music by Evan Solot Costume Design: Ashley Roland Lighting Design: Ashley Roland / Recreated by Stephen Arnold Christian Denice Generously underwritten by Richard & Diane Weinberg/Judd A. & Marjorie Weinberg Family Foundation and Thomas O. Weeks & Jillisa Brittan. Fixé (1994) Choreography: Frank Chaves Music: Cirque Du Soleil Soundtrack, Nouvelle Experience Costume Design: Barry Doss Lighting Design: Todd L. Clark Kelly Michael Brunk and Melanie Manale-Hortin Generously underwritten by Honorio Padron. Evolution of a Dream (2009) Choreography: Sherry Zunker Music: David Stewart and His Rock Fabulous Orchestra* Editing and additional sound score by John Mennella/id Music Costume Design: Jackson Lowell Lighting Design: Todd L. Clark The Company
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In honor of the Company’s 20th Anniversary, Co-Artistic Director Emerita, Sherry Zunker returned to River North Chicago to re-envision the Company’s classic signature piece, “Reality of a Dreamer” which originally premiered in 1992. Set to the track “Sweet Dreams,” this rendition celebrates who the company is today and looks toward dreams yet to be realized. *SWEET DREAMS (ARE MADE OF THIS) written by Annie Lennox and David Allan Stewart. All right owned or administered by UNIVERSAL MUSIC – MGB SONGS ON BEHALF OF UNIVERSAL MUSIC PUBL. MGB LTD © /[ASCAP]. Used by permission. Generously underwritten by Pam Crutchfield; Mark & Rachel Dow; Terri & Stephen Geifman; Phil Lumpkin Charitable Trust; and the Metzner Family Foundation. Partially underwritten by the Jane Beber Abramson Creative Fund. -IntermissionSky (2006) Choreography: Kevin Iega Jeff Music: Steve Reich; Sigur Rós Costume Design: Reggie Ray Lighting & Scenic Design: Christopher Ash The Company Underwritten in part by The Elizabeth F. Cheney Foundation and Joseph Seigle. At Last-Excerpt from Mission (1999) Choreography: Frank Chaves Music: Harry Warren & Mack Gordon Music performed by: Etta James Costume Design: Jordan Ross Lighting Design: Todd L. Clark Michael Gross and Lizzie MacKenzie Choreography generously underwritten by Charles Kralovec & Tom Ryan. Habaneras, the Music of Cuba (2005) Choreography: Frank Chaves Costume Design: Jordan Ross Lighting Design: Christopher Ash Editing and additional sound score by John Mennella/id Music
R I V E R N O R T H DA N C E C O M PA N Y P R O G R A M ( c o n t .) I. La Comparsa Music: Ernesto Lecuona Music performed by: Morton Gould and his Orchestra Dancers: The Company II. Gitanerías Music: Ernesto Lecuona Music performed by: Morton Gould and his Orchestra Dancers: Hanna Brictson, Brandon DiCriscio, Michael Gross, Lizzie MacKenzie, Melanie Manale-Hortin, Jeff Wolfe III. Hasta Siempre Music: Carlos Puebla Dancers: Kelly Michael Brunk, Christian Denice, Brandon DiCriscio, Michael Gross, Jeff Wolfe IV. La Era Está Pariendo Un Corazón Music: Silvio Rodríguez Music performed by: Omara Portuondo Dancers: Brittany Blumer, Hanna Brictson, Lauren Kias, Lizzie MacKenzie, Melanie Manale-Hortin, Cassandra Porter, Jessica Wolfrum
V. Andalucía Music: Ernesto Lecuona Music performed by: Morton Gould and his Orchestra Dancers: Kelly Michael Brunk, Christian Denice, Brandon DiCriscio, Michael Gross, Lauren Kias, Melanie Manale-Hortin, Cassandra Porter, Jessica Wolfrum VI. El Manisero Music: L. Wolfe Gilbert, Marion Sunshine, Moises Simons Music performed by: Percy Faith Dancers: The Company I would like to dedicate this piece to my father, for introducing my sisters and me to the arts and to the many joys and fulfillment that music can bring to the soul. Habaneras, the Music of Cuba was commissioned for River North Chicago Dance Company by the Wharton Center for Performing Arts of Michigan State University in East Lansing, Mich. Choreography generously underwritten by Marva Ryskiewicz and Mark Metzner. Women’s costumes generously underwritten Dr. Jane Abramson. Additional support generously provided by Tita & Gene Zeffren.
PROFILES Artistic Director Frank Chaves (Miami, Fla.) joined the company in 1993 as Associate Director, became Co-Artistic Director with Sherry Zunker in 1994, and in May 2001, Mr. Chaves assumed sole artistic directorship of River North Chicago. Since then, he has created over 20 works in the Company’s repertoire. An international choreographer and teacher, Mr. Chaves has created numerous works for River North Chicago and other companies including Spectrum Dance Theatre, Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago, Point Park College for the Performing Arts, Barat Repertory Dance Company, Kaleidoscope Dancers, Pori Dance Company (Finland), and Ballet Pacifica’s
Choreographer’s Workshop. Mr. Chaves’ theatrical commissions include work for Steppenwolf Theatre and the Cleveland Playhouse. As a performer, Mr. Chaves has danced with Ballet Concerto of Miami, New York’s Ballet Hispanico, Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago, and six years with Hubbard Street Dance Chicago. In 2000, Mr. Chaves received a Ruth Page Dance Achievement Award for “Mission,” co-created with Sherry Zunker, Co-Artistic Director Emerita of River North Chicago, in honor of the Company’s 10th anniversary and; in 2008, he was awarded a Choo-San Goh award for choreography from the Choo-San Goh & H. Robert Magee Foundation for “Tuscan Rift.” He is also an Adjunct Professor of Dance for North Central College 23
P R O F I L E S ( c o n t .) Western Michigan University. Executive Director Gail Kalver (Chicago, Ill.) is an arts management consultant and project manager, whose client roster has included the Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University, Chicago Human Rhythm Project, Concert Dance, Inc., Dance Affiliates of Philadelphia, Ensemble Español, The Grant Park Music Festival, and the 2007 Chicago Dancing Festival. Previously, she served as Executive Director of Hubbard Street Dance Chicago for 23 years; Associate Manager of the Ravinia Festival for eight years; and, was an active freelance clarinetist prior to her arts management work. Kalver serves on the boards of the Arts & Business Council of Chicago, Audience Architects (home of SeeChicagoDance. com and TakeChicagoDance.com), Chicago Dancers United (Dance for Life), and Northshore Concert Band; and, on the Advisory Boards of Chicago Human Rhythm Project, Child’s Play Touring Company, Ensemble Español and Project Bandaloop. Kalver is the recipient of the 1988 Ruth Page Award for Service to the Field, the Arts & Business Council of Chicago’s 2003 ABBY Award for Arts Management Excellence and the 2007 Ruth Page Award for Lifetime Service. She was also recognized by Today’s Chicago Woman as one of 100 women making a difference in Chicago. Kalver is thrilled to be reuniting with Frank Chaves after many fun-filled and exciting years together at Hubbard Street Dance Chicago. Rehearsal Director Mari Jo Irbe (LaGrange, Ill.) is an accomplished performer, choreographer, and teacher. She has been a featured performer with River North Chicago Dance Company for
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15 years, and became the Company’s Rehearsal Director in 2002. Mari Jo also danced with the Lyric Opera of Chicago, and toured with Joseph Holmes Chicago Dance Theatre. In 2001, Mari Jo received the Ruth Page “Chicago and Music Alliance Dance Achievement Award.” From August 2001 to April 2002, Mari Jo danced for Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines’ “Adventure of the Seas” production cast, and continues her work with Royal Caribbean as an auditioner and rehearsal choreographer for new production casts. She also serves the Chicago dance community as a volunteer, dancer, and committee chairperson for “Dance for Life.” While continuing to teach and perform throughout the metropolitan area and the United States, she currently serves on the faculty at Loyola University of Chicago’s new dance department. Assistant to the Artistic Director Sara Bibik (Manitowoc, Wis.) is a founding member of River North Chicago Dance Company and spent ten years as a performer with the company. She is honored to have received a prestigious Ruth Page Award for “A Season of Outstanding Dancing” with River North Chicago in 1996. Her current position with the company allows her to teach, coach, and help dancers find their own joy and fulfillment. She serves as guest faculty for Hubbard Street Dance Chicago and at such renowned venues as the Lou Conte Dance Studio, Chicago National Association of Dance Masters, and the Virginia School of the Arts, where she is honored to have been the 1998 commencement speaker. There is an abundance of laughter and love in her life thanks to her wonderful husband, Jeff; daughter, Zoe; and son, Jake.
R I V E R N O R T H C H I C AG O DA N C E C O M PA N Y M E M B E R S Brittany Blumer (Whittier, Calif.) credits her initial training to Tempe Dance Academy, under the direction of Wanda Manville, and to The School of Ballet Arizona, under the direction of Kee-Juan Han. Ms. Blumer graduated Valedictorian at The New School for the Arts in Scottsdale, Ariz. and then relocated to Chicago to join River North in the fall of 1998. A company member for eight seasons, Brittany left RNCDC in 2007 and spent a year with Eisenhower Dance Ensemble in Rochester, Minn. and continued training with the Ruth Page Center for Dance and the Lou Conte Dance Studio in Chicago. Now, Brittany is ecstatic and deeply grateful to be coming home to River North Chicago for her ninth season. Hanna Brictson (Elgin, Ill.) is a graduate of Larkin H.S.’s performing arts academy. She has been the recipient of many scholarships, including those from Point Park University, Western Michigan University, and San Francisco’s ODC intensive. She has trained extensively in the Chicagoland area, and considers the artists she has worked under as some of the most influential people of her life. Hanna is grateful to be a part of River North Chicago, which she has called home since 2004. She would like to thank her parents for letting her follow her dream, and her incredible friends and co-workers that continue to inspire her with their endless talent and love. Kelly Michael Brunk (Kansas City, Mo.) trained at Priscilla and Dana’s School of Dance and the Kansas City Ballet. In 2008, he graduated with honors from New York University. While in college, he studied abroad at the Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance in Austria and, the following year, performed in Vietnam. He has worked for GroundWorks Dance Theater (Cleveland), Doug Elkins and Friends (New York), and Cherylyn Lavagnino
Dance (New York). Brunk has performed in industrials in Las Vegas, AIDS benefits in New York, and has choreographed many concert and competition dance works throughout the nation. Clayton Cross (Midland, Texas) received his training from La Petite Dance Co., Coleman Academy, and Midland Community Theatre. He graduated in 2002 with a B.F.A. in ballet and modern dance from Texas Christian University. Clayton performed in summer stock productions as well as in community theater in such roles as Don Lockwood in “Singin’ in the Rain,” Riff in “West Side Story,” and the wedding singer in “Tony ‘n’ Tina’s Wedding.” Clayton apprenticed with River North Chicago for two summers and for the 2003-2004 season; he is thrilled to be performing with the Company for his seventh season. Christian Denice (Los Angeles, Calif.) received his dance training at Bobbie’s School of Performing Arts under Mandy Moore, Alex Little, Nikki Blakeslee, Nick Lazarrini, and Nicole Harlan. He has had the honor of assisting Mandy Moore and Dee Caspary with many projects, intensives, and shows. He also has toured as an assistant and demonstrator with JUMP Dance Convention and New York City Dance Alliance. His film credits include “A Time for Dancing,” Disney’s “High School Musical 2,” and MTV’s “The American Mall.” Prior to joining River North, Christian was a member of Odyssey Dance Theatre in Salt Lake City, training under Bonnie Story and Derryl Yeager. Christian has the privilege of teaching and choreographing throughout the country, and recently found residence with Center Stage Performing Arts Company in Orem, Utah. He feels blessed to be able to share his passion in so many ways and is incredibly excited to be with River North Chicago for his third season. Christian is so thankful for all the love and support from his family, friends, and fellow dancers. North Central College 25
R I V E R N O R T H C H I C AG O DA N C E C O M PA N Y M E M B E R S ( c o n t .) Brandon DiCriscio (Wilmington, Del.) is in his fourth season with River North Chicago. Growing up, he danced at the Anna Marie Dance Studio in Wilmington, Del. Brandon has a B.A. in Dance from Point Park University. He has had the privilege of performing works by Agnes De Mille, George Balanchine, Edgar Zendejas, Doug Varone, Ron De Jesus, Alan Hineline, Lauri Stallings, Sherry Zunker, Harrison McEldowney, Kevin Iega Jeff, Daniel Ezralow, Monique Haley, and Frank Chaves. He was an apprentice with RNCDC for two summers before joining the company in 2007. He also has an inspired passion for teaching and choreographing. Currently he is on faculty at the North Shore School of Dance in Highland Park, Ill. and is the choreographer for CenterStage in Lake Forest, Ill. Michael Gross (Colorado Springs, Colo.) is a graduate of the University of Arizona with a B.F.A. in Dance, under the direction of Jory Hancock. He received much of his training from Colorado Jazz Dance Company in Colorado Springs and has also attended several summer intensives at the American Academy of Ballet. Michael has appeared as a guest performer with Mid-Atlantic Ballet and Elements Contemporary Ballet. Michael is in his third season with River North and would like to thank his family and friends for their unconditional support. Lauren Kias (Greenwood, Ind.) began her training at the Dance Refinery in Indianapolis, Ind. While attending Center Grove High School, Lauren was invited to participate in Butler University’s early admissions program for gifted and talented students. Upon graduation from high school, she continued her education at the University of Cincinnati’s College Conservatory of Music. After two years at CCM, Lauren transferred to Butler University and joined Butler Ballet. Lauren has performed soloist and corps de ballet roles in various productions, and was also featured in 26 North Central College
the Indianapolis Opera’s production of “Rigoletto.” Upon moving to Chicago, Lauren worked with companies such as the Civic Ballet of Chicago, Ballet Legere, and Inside Chicago Dance. In 2005, Lauren was an ensemble member in the Radio City Rockettes’“Radio City Christmas Spectacular.” After two years as an apprentice with River North Chicago, Lauren is thrilled to be in her fourth season as a company member. Lizzie MacKenzie (Toronto, Ontario) Enjoying dancing more than ever, Lizzie is in her sixth season with River North Chicago Dance Company. On the side, she continues to cultivate her love of educating young artists as Founder and Artistic Director of Extensions Dance Company, a Chicago-based not-for-profit youth dance company committed to creating well-rounded, free-thinking artists. She spent four years with Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago and returns to the Chicago Symphony as a principal dancer each year in their production of “Welcome Yule” under the direction of Harrison McEldowney. She is on faculty at Visceral Dance Center in Chicago where she teaches contemporary jazz and ballet and also enjoys teaching at Steps Dance Center in Aurora and Perseverance Dance Company in Roselle. Melanie Manale-Hortin (Oswego, N.Y.) attended S.U.N.Y. Buffalo where she received her B.A. in dance and was a member of the Zodiaque Dance Company. In addition to university, Melanie has also trained with the José Limón Dance Company. Professional credits include performances with Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago as well as performing for Disney on stage and screen in the movie “Just Visiting” starring Christina Applegate. Melanie has taught for Dance Masters and Giordano Dance Center and currently teaches throughout the Chicagoland area. In addition to teaching dance, Melanie has been a certified Pilates
R I V E R N O R T H C H I C AG O DA N C E C O M PA N Y M E M B E R S ( c o n t .) instructor since 2002. She is currently on faculty at Chicago Ballet Arts teaching mat class and at the Pilates Center of the North Shore, a full-equipment training facility. This is Melanie’s eighth season with River North Chicago.
of Dance Arts in Downers Grove. Ricky is thrilled to be in his fourth season with River North Chicago.
Jeff Wolfe (Guest Artist) hails from Clearwater, Fla. and appeared as a company member with River North Cassandra Porter (Aurora, Ill.) Chicago in the 2009-10 season. Prior began her dance training at Bonnie to his time with RNCDC, he spent four Ardelean’s Dance Studio in Aurora, seasons dancing with BalletMet. He Ill. After graduating, she continued also previously attended Houston Ballet her training in Giordano Jazz Dance Academy for two years on scholarship Chicago’s second company, Giordano and was accepted into Houston II. Her professional credits include Ballet’s second company. In addition to three contracts with Royal Caribbean studying dance at the Pinellas County Cruise Line, where she performed the Center for the Arts, he trained at the choreography of Frank Chaves, Harrison Academy of Ballet Arts in Florida. Mr. McEldowney, Jeremy Plummer, and Wolfe has performed original works by Sherry Zunker, and was also a featured renowned choreographers including aerialist in the first grand scale illusion Stanton Welch, Harrison McEldowney, show at sea. Since 2003, she has danced Thaddeus Davis, Warren Adams, and in Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s Randy Duncan. He attended the Youth annual Christmas show, “Welcome Yule.” America Grand Prix Finals in New In the summer of 2007, Cassandra was York in 2002. In 2008 he was awarded one of twelve girls to appear on the the honor of being a winner in the CW network TV show “The Pussycat “Columbus Choreographic Project.” Dolls Presents: Girlicious.” In addition, Cassandra continues to teach around Jessica Wolfrum (Buffalo, N.Y.) the Chicagoland area and is honored to is in her ninth season with River begin her third season with River North. North Chicago. She received her early training from the David DeMarie Ricky Ruiz (Miami, Fla.) Dance Studio, the Royal Academy received his initial dance training in of Ballet, and the Buffalo Inner City South Florida and was a graduate of Ballet School. Jessica was a May 2002 Miami’s Coral Reef Senior High Magnet graduate of the University at Buffalo Dance. He attended the University of with a joint B.A. degree in Dance and South Florida on academic and talent Psychology. While at the University scholarships and graduated Cum Laude at Buffalo, she was a member of the with a BFA in Dance Performance. Zodiaque Dance Company. She was While in college, he was an apprentice also a principal dancer with the Buffalo at Ann Reinking’s Broadway City Ballet Company for six years and Theatre Project for two consecutive choreographed for their premiere of summers. Ricky has worked with such “Dracula.” While in Chicago, Jessica choreographers as Dan Karaty and has been a guest artist in Chicagoland Melissa Thodos and has performed performances of “The Nutcracker repertory by José Limón and Bob Fosse. Ballet,” as well as in Wisconsin, New He is a guest teacher throughout the York, and Iowa. Jessica is also on U.S., and works permanently at Focal faculty at the Lou Conte Dance Studio Point Dance Studios in Miami as well teaching various levels of ballet and as Visceral Dance Chicago. Ricky also jazz. Jessica would like to thank her teaches at Trilogy Dance in Lake Zurich family, friends and teachers for all their and is the jazz director of the Academy guidance, love and support. North Central College 27
R I V E R N O R T H C H I C AG O DA N C E C O M PA N Y Founded in 1989 by four visionary dancers/choreographers, River North Chicago has established itself as one of Chicago’s leading dance companies, and one of the most popular national repertoire companies, receiving critical acclaim here and abroad. Frank Chaves joined the company as Co-Artistic Director in 1994, and in 2001, assumed sole artistic directorship. Under his direction, the jazz-based contemporary company embodies a true flavor of “Americana,” specializing in showcasing the work of established and star-rising American choreographers. Elements of River North Chicago include highly skilled and emotive dancers, stimulating music, and bold, commanding choreography. Hedy Weiss of the Chicago Sun-Times claimed “When the music starts, the heart responds. That’s the motto of River North Chicago Dance Company…. From high drama to low comedy, from torch songs to lyrical love duets, and from abstract modernism to jazzy ballroom style—River North…is a contemporary company that can do it all, and do it with technical splendor, to boot.” The core works developed by Frank Chaves, along with an array of pieces by nationally and internationally renowned choreographers, construct the varied, eclectic, and powerful repertoire that River North Chicago possesses. The company has acquired and commissioned original works by Robert Battle, Lauri Stallings, Daniel Ezralow, Lynne Taylor-Corbett, Ashley Roland, Randy Duncan, Julia Rhoads, Harrison McEldowney, Kevin Iega Jeff, and former Co-Artistic Director Sherry Zunker, among others. River North Chicago and Chaves were selected to receive the prestigious Choo-San Goh Award for Choreography in 2008. River North Chicago has toured extensively in Illinois, throughout the United States and, in 2008, embarked on its first European tour to Germany, Luxembourg and Switzerland. A return tour to this area, as well as to Finland and Poland are currently in the planning. The company was recently selected as the touring company for the 2010 – 2011 Doris Duke Foundation-funded “Building a Network of New Dance Presenters,” a collaborative project of DANCECleveland, Dance Affiliates of Philadelphia and Dance St. Louis, and was just awarded a national touring grant from the New England Foundation for the Arts. The company has enjoyed three WTTW Channel 11 Chicago television specials, produced and directed by Emmy Award-winning HMS Media. The specials, “Reality of a Dreamer,”“River North Rising,” and the 2009 television special, “Every Dancer Has a Story,” have each garnered a Midwest Emmy Award. River North Chicago Dance Company Located in the Ruth Page Center for the Arts 1016 N. Dearborn Chicago, IL 60610 www.rivernorthchicago.com
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RIVER NORTH CHICAGO DANCE COMPAN Y BOAR D OF DIR ECTORS Officers Phil Lumpkin President Kelly Newcomb Treasurer Joe Seigle Secretary Sara Colleran Vice President, Education & Outreach Karen Hale Vice President, Development Jamey Lundblad Vice President, Marketing Austin Waldron Vice President, Governance Mark Reeves Past President Directors Pamela Atkinson Marcus Boggs Frank Chaves Gale Goldstick Cohen Scott Hughes Barry Kaplan Terry Keating
Michael LoVallo Suzanne Lynch Charles MacKelvie Gary Metzner Farnaz Mohammadi Jodi Pellettiere
Alyta Reicin Lauren Robishaw David Sawyer Timothy Sherck Rhonda Thomas Mark Zozulia
Advisory Board of Directors Mary Borden Pam Crutchfield Mark Dow Terri Geifman Karen Frankel Jones Julie Burman Kaplan
Ronna Kaye Ronald Reicin Geoffrey Richards Joy Segal Scott Silberstein
Roopa Weber Eugene Zeffren Tita Zeffren Sherry Zunker Co-Artistic Director Emerita
River North Chicago Dance Company is partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency; MacArthur Fund for Arts and Culture at Prince; a CityArts 3 grant from the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs; Jane Beber Abramson Creative Fund, Alphawood Foundation; The Shubert Foundation; and The Ruth Page Center (proudly supporting River North Chicago Dance Company through its 2010-2011 In-Residence Program).
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November 12, 2010 through January 13, 2011 Will Barnet: Figurative Prints Born in 1911, Will Barnet knew by age 10 he wanted to be an artist. Barnet’s works, while remaining universal, reference his own personal history complete with images of his wife, his daughter and Sponsored by: their family pets.
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THE WENTZ CONCERT HALL & FINE ARTS CENTER CAMPAIGN DONORS (cont.) The Dempsey Family Margaret (Walcott) Double (1936-37) ‘39 Mr. and Mrs. Tom W. Drake ‘58 Cleve E. Carney Fund of The DuPage Community Foundation Bill ‘68 and Carol Edson William and Mary Ellingson Jan Eisele Erickson and Bruce Erickson Mark ‘95, ‘07 and Nicole ‘97, ‘00 Everix Harris ‘51 and Ruth ‘52 Fawell Steven and Wijid Fay Rev. Donald ‘50 and Norma ‘54 Fenner George and Joan Kerr ’58 Fleck Mardelle Schneller Fleming ‘46 Miriam B. Fry ‘39 Tom ‘89 and Laura ‘90 Garvey Kevin and Susanne Gensler Mr. and Mrs. Evan W. Getz ‘57 James W. Godo ‘93 and Deborah King ‘92 Godo Kathryn M. Grambsch Dale ’50 and Virginia ’51 Grantman Nancy Meyer Grayheck ‘75 Jayne Hart ‘64 Wayne C. ‘49 and June (Mittelstadt) ‘48 Hess Richard ‘75 and Andrea Honer Vicki Huffman Sladek ‘89 Jan Brien Huffman ‘63 Mary and Ralph F. Huth ‘51 Dr. and Mrs. Donald E. Johnson ‘57, ‘57 Jerald and Charlotte Johnson Ray and Marilyn Jones Paul and Mary Ann Junkroski James and Catherine Kaduk Don and Anne Kirchoffner Richard P. Knoespel ‘63 Dr. Kermit and Karen H. Knudsen ‘55 Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Koranda Ken, Susan ‘06 Katie ‘06 John ‘06 Koranda Betty J. Kozlowski Myron M. ‘49 and Doris M. ‘52 Kottke Eugene E. Krell ‘50 36 North Central College
Daniel and JoAnn Krisch Stan and Elizabeth Laken Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lamz David ‘59 and Barbara ‘59 Lang Maxine and Tom Lelivelt ‘61 James ‘53 and Susanne Lenz Bayard and Nancy Lyon Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Mackie Richard and Deanna Mandel Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Martin ‘87 Robert ‘50 and Vivian ‘49 Miner Monarch Landing, an Erickson Retirement Community Trevor and Connie Morgan Charles and Elizabeth Morin (Chuck and Beth) Jean and Robert E. Morris Dr. and Mrs. Roger W. Murray ‘57 Naperville Magazine Naperville Woman’s Club NICOR Karen Nordquist ‘66 North Central College Board of Trustee Associates Ed and Lori Nita ’02 Novak John L. ‘64 and Marcy Novak Cathe (Clarida) Oberfoell ‘93 and Ron Oberfoell Dr. and Mrs. James P. Ostrenga Oswald’s Pharmacy Nancy A. Quigley and Michele L. Michael Gary W. Rada Frances E. Nickel Raduege ’61 and William E. Raduege, MD ‘61 Russell ‘59 and Barbara Schroeder ‘57 Rehn Mark and Holly Riordan Charlotte D. Roederer ‘65 Roseland Draperies James and Kathy Runk Michelle N. Runk ‘06 Nick and Teresa Ryan Family Steven and Sheila Sarovich Jacob and Barbara Schille Paul ‘54 and Betsy (Belding) ‘56 Schmitt Barbara Schoenherr Dr. and Mrs. Donald T. Shanower Jonathan B. Shanower ‘85
Milton ‘50 and Carol ‘51 Siewert Jamie and Neil Smith Suzanne Bessette-Smith ‘77 and David K. Smith ‘77 George ‘43 and Betty ‘48 St. Angelo Mr. William J. Stang ‘02 and family Harold ‘79 and Donna Stembridge Rev. Dr. Paul and Elsie Marshall Stiffler ‘50, ‘50 SUN Publications Beverly Richard Svoboda ‘57 Margaret and Leong T. Tan, MD ‘54 Joan Uebele ‘61 Kenneth Thompson ‘63 Marvin Edward Thompson ‘36 and Ruth Louise Powell Thompson United Construction Products US Bank Dr. and Mrs. Sam Vierra ‘98 Ms. Kim Wagner Susan, Logan and Eric Wallace Dr. and Mrs. Donald E. Weber ‘66 Mr. and Mrs. William H. Wentz Dr. Herman B. White, Jr. and Margaret A. Wiora M. Dean Wilson ‘63 and Norma Wilson Russ ’63 and Judy Wilson Brian, Ramona and Alaina Wis Arthur ’74 and Patricia Wolover Patricia C. Zeller ‘50 Robert ‘73 and Paula ‘72 Zeller Beth ‘63 and Dick ‘61 Zimmermann Carol Westergard Zook ‘70 ENSEMBLE William ‘50 and Mary ‘52 Abe Advanced Data Technologies Paul ‘59 and Sandra Agnew Linda Eddy Allison ‘65 Jason and Amy Altenbern Jason Alter William Angelini Anonymous Terri B. Appelhans ‘91
THE WENTZ CONCERT HALL & FINE ARTS CENTER CAMPAIGN DONORS (cont.) Grace Susan Bachmann ‘67 Rev. Bob and Jeanni Baker Diane and Jon W. ‘69 Balke Mr. and Mrs. Burton Bauernfeind ’38, ’38 Carol Marie Beach ‘99 Tom and Penny Beerntsen Al ‘48 and Alpha Benedetti Mr. and Mrs. J. Patrick Benton John Benway and Beverly Great Monna Becker ’59 Bergdall Bud and Lois Berger ’48, ’49 Elwood ‘54 and Barbara ‘57 Berkompas Dr. K. Darrell Berlin ‘55 Ms. Jamie Berndt ‘98 and Mr. Eric Wojcikiewicz Roger and Carol Beutler Robert M. Bittle ‘88 Dan and Kris Blouin Dr. James A. Bloy ‘50 Wilmer ‘53 and Allegra Bloy Brand and Mary Ann Bobosky Jeffrey L. Boggs ‘83 Kristine E. Book ‘06 Mr. Dennis L. Bosch ’73 Rev. Paul ‘64 and Sue (Gates) ‘64 Bosshardt Alonzo ‘93 and Kim ‘94 Boulrece Donald G. Krause and Susan R. Bradshaw ‘85, ‘97 Mary Louise Branigan ‘48 Marvin J. Brickert ‘54 M M Brill ‘97, ‘99 Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brons ‘51 Betty R. Brown ‘48 Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Buck The Bruce A. Burchfield Family Donald and Juanita Burney Dr. Donald and Mrs. Marjorie (Wilhelm) ‘57 Buser David A. Bushnell ‘72 Callie Byers ‘02 Celichowski Ruth Young ‘48 Byers Walt ‘71 and Nancy Tull ‘72 Byers William and Mary ‘67 Caisley Mr. and Mrs. Paul Callighan ‘74 Jo Ann Swank ‘63 and John C. ‘61 Canniff Allan ‘57 and Nancy ‘57 Carlson Boyce and Janice Carsella Mr. and Mrs. John J. Case
The Caselli Family Catch 35 C. Edward Cavert ‘57 and Wilma Z. Cavert ‘55 Cemcon, Ltd. Catherine Cerri ‘01 Mary Ann Frahm Champion ‘64 The Channell Family Ruth Larson Chapek ‘57 Miriam Chapman ‘73 George Chow Cordelia ‘64 and Richard Christensen Harry ‘63 and Bonnie Classen Ian and Shelly Clugston Jerry Cole and Dorothy Cole Camille Conforti ‘66 David Correll ‘57 Daniel ‘51 and Carolyn ‘54 Corretore Jr. Kathleen Corrigan ‘05 Patricia Crumpler-Green ‘81 Lindsey Cummins ‘04 Stacy R. Cunningham ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Loren Data Gloria V. Davis ‘45 and V. Dennis Davis Nancy and John Deacon Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. ‘00 Deger Duane K. Dennis ‘49 Dr. Satyan L. Devadoss ’93 Jesse R. and Annamary DeWitt The Diamond Gallery of Naperville Michael J. North, MBA, Ph.D. ’92 Judy and Mark Ogan James A. ‘64 and Patricia S. Ort Marion Allds Pace ‘57 Arlene ‘68 and Nicholas Page Gertrude Wahl Palm ‘47 R. Devadoss Pandian and Priscilla Devadoss Robert and Claudia Patterson John Pcolinski Jr. ‘83 Patrick and Leah Pearson Cynthia L. Pearson ‘98 Charlotte Grantman Peichl ‘51 Pepper Construction Group J. David Pepper Michael T. Pickett ‘05 Bob ‘44 and Carol ‘45 Piper Iolyn Mieklke Plagenz ‘60
Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. Pletcher ‘52 Betty ’60 and Tim Plum Karen A. Pollock ‘93 Lawrence A. Poltrock ‘63 Burt and Kathie Prins Jeff J. Quansey Linda S. Quantock ‘72 Charlotte Steiner Queen ‘48 Linda R. Rajca ‘73 R. LeRoy ’50 and Muriel ‘50 Rayson Janet Reese ‘57 Drs. Bruce ‘49 and Carlene Reinhart Susan E. Repke-Rice ’52 Stephen and Susan ‘80 Reppen Mary and Bill Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. ‘48 Rickleff William ‘58 and Barbara ‘56 Roby Mark Roe ‘97 The Roesner Family Larry ‘60 and JoAnn ‘60 Roessler Rotary Club of Naperville/ Downtown Tom and Melanie Rottmann Virginia O. Rumsfeld ‘50 Brian, Sun, Michael and Carson Rupp Dan ‘74 and Kathy ‘74 Ryan Kevin and Christine Ryan Family David and Kathleen Ryding John and Kim Rygiewicz Marty and Sheila Sauer Jeff ‘92 and Sheila ‘92 Schaetzke Robert ‘64 and Carole ‘65 Schappek Jane W. Schelin ‘55 Dr. David J. Schmitz Lillian Schottenhamel ‘41 Holly J. K. ‘02 and Jeffrey A. ‘99, ‘04 Schroetlin Dr. Paul H. Schultz ‘71 Robert ‘69 and Kaye Freshley ‘69 Schultz Marty (Beed) Schwab ‘53 John E. Senn ‘60 and Sharon Viner Senn ‘62 Ann ‘64 and Maynard Sherwin June Henke Shiffler ‘41 Kenneth C. Shiffler Jack Shindler Dr. John C. Sippy ‘60 Mary Smital ‘50 North Central College 37
Soup or Salad (choose one) Crab Bisque • Soup of the Day • Field Green • Caesar Salad
Entree* (choose one) Dijon Crusted Lake Superior Whiteﬁsh, Lemon Buerre Blanc Sauce Grilled Atlantic Salmon, Lemon Dill Sauce Blackened Atlantic Salmon, Sweet Chile Sauce Twin Three Ounce Filet Mignon Medallions, Veal Demi Glace Crab Encrusted Tilapia, Tomato Butter Blackened Shrimp & Scallops, Cajun Garlic Sauce Sake Braised Short Rib, Wasabi Mashed Potatoes
ANY selection from our dessert menu * Menu subject to change due to seasonal availability.
THE WENTZ CONCERT HALL & FINE ARTS CENTER CAMPAIGN DONORS (cont.) Mary ‘78 and Loren ‘81 Smith Wendy Hansen Smith ‘93 and Edward Smith Dave ‘48 and Genevieve ‘49 Spiegler Dr. and Mrs. Howard Sprecher ‘58 Jarvis ‘50 and Mary ‘50 Spreng Paul ‘74 and Janice ‘72 Springborn Standard Bank and Trust Co. G. Ward Stearns ‘56 Truman Stehr ‘53 Clark and Alice Stonebraker Andrea N. Suhre ‘97 Dr. Paul W. Sutton ’58 and Rev. Dr. Lana T. Sutton ’66 Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey K. Swallow ‘94 Timothy T. Taylor D.D.S. ‘68 Harold L. Temple ‘65 Barbara I. Thompson ’51 Mr. Elton R. Tietz ’51 Timpano Chophouse and Martini Bar Kyle D. Todd ‘95 Erin M. Ufheil ‘05 Mary-Claire Uselding Michael ‘88 and Elizabeth Utterback Lawrence, Lynette ‘01 and Deanna Van Oyen Mike ‘88 and Cathy Van Poucke Tim ‘71 and Barb Shiffler ‘71 Vanderwall Stephen B. and Barbara L. Veitch Jane Begole Waidanz ‘90 Clifton J. Ward Jr., MD and Reneé L. CruikshankWard ‘70 Bethany J. Walter ‘06 Susan Sauer Walther ‘71 and Wayne Walther ‘71 Mary Lou Wehrli and Herbert W. Nadelhoffer Scott ‘91 and Lynda Wehrli Family John V. ‘57 and Ruth C. ‘58 Wendling Richard and Christine Wensits Mr. and Mrs. David G. Wentz Dennis K. Wentz, M.D. ‘57 Sharyl B. Hammer Wernick ‘69 Donald ‘52 and Marlys ‘53 Widder
Audrey L. Wilder ‘06 Robert J. Wilshe ‘04 and Wayne R. Williams Bradley W. Wilson ‘02 and Rosemarie Conigliaro Wilson ‘01 Shirley A. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Wiora Keith ‘47 and Tally Witmer Lee ‘85 and Elizabeth Woolley Young Naperville Singers Paul and Kim ‘92 Zaccone CHORUS Dr. William L. Abbott ’38 Mr. John W. Abe Ms. Susan M. Abele ’89 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Abernethy Ms. Lynda Able Mr. and Mrs. Jon E. Abrahamovich Mrs. Dotte Adams ’46 Ms. Christina D. Adduci ’08 Mr. and Mrs. Phillip T. Albano ’88, ’88 Rev. Willard W. Albertus ’51 Mr. Ronald Aldrich Mrs. Mary A. Allen ’43 Rev. Stuart K. Allen ’68 Mrs. Alice L. Alviani ’80 Mr. Alan W. Anderson ’58 Ms. Alice Marie Anderson ’95 Mrs. Barbara J. Anderson ’80 Mr. Gerry Anderson Ms. Janice Anderson ’85 Mr. Robert R. Anderson ’58 Deb and Stuart Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Kenny D. Andrews ’91, ’93 Ms. Rebecca S. Andrjeski ’00 Mr. Christopher L. Angela Ms. Kathryn J. Anseth ’06 Mr. Andy Anuzis Ms. Melissa R. Aquino ’91 Mr. Fernando Araya ’71 Argonne Choral Group Mr. Le Roi Armstead ’73 Mr. Eugene Arnould ’69 Ms. Gail Arrigo ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ashby Rev. and Mrs. Thomas E. Babler ’69, ’70 Mr. Michael J. Baima ’95 Ms. Anita M. Baker ’93 Mr. and Mrs. David Baker Dr. Helen J. Baker ’48 Mr. Ronn Baloe Ms. Yvonne Bambule
Mr. and Mrs. Gary F. Barber ’76, ’77 Mr. James W. Barber ’68 Ms. Betty Barchecki Mrs. Patricia K. Barksdale ’65 Mr. Richard L. Barndt ’93 Dr. Bobby J. Barnes Mr. and Mrs. James R. Barnes ’61, ’63 Mr. and Mrs. Marvin E. Barnes Ms. Pamela Baron-Hallyn ’89 Mr. and Mrs. Randall Barringer Ms. Ellen C. Bartel ’70 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bartel ’69, ’69 Rev. and Mrs. Lowell C. Bartel ’57, ’57 Ms. Jennifer L. Bartgen ’02 Mrs. Nickole L. Barto ’95 Mr. and Mrs. Bogdan Batinich Mrs. Minerva M. Batt ’47 Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Batty Ms. Deanna L. Bazan ’90 Mr. and Mrs. John Beaty Ms. Jennifer L. Beck ’03 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy L. Beck ’67, ’69 Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Beebe ’43, ’45 Mrs. Doris Beetz Debra and Ben Behrens ’97 Ms. Judy Ann Belcher ’94 Dr. Doris Benbrook ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Bendeich Ms. Bonnie J. Bendig ’93 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Bendis ’73, ’74 Mr. Frederick W. Bennett ’59 Dr. Linnea A. Berg ’72 Rev. Daniel J. Berger ’69 Ms. Sandra J. Bergeson ’68 Mrs. Kay Bergstrom ’69 Ms. Margaret J. Bergstrom Mr. Ross P. Berkley ’05 Mr. and Mrs. Mark N. Berosek Mr. and Mrs. Wayne E. Bessette Mr. and Mrs. Clinton J. Beuscher ’49 Mr. Robert P. Biddle ’88 Ms. Nancy Bifulco ’85 Mr. James D. Bingle ’52 Mr. Tyler J. Birkel ’04 Mrs. Donna Bischoff ’35 Ms. Jena Bixby Mrs. Clara A. Black ’53 Mr. Ralph R. Blessman ’51 North Central College 39
THE WENTZ CONCERT HALL & FINE ARTS CENTER CAMPAIGN DONORS (cont.) Ms. Sarah J. Blosser ’03 Mr. Bob Bluhm Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Bobb Mr. and Mrs. John H. Bodine Mr. and Mrs. Paul Boecker ’61 Dr. Marti S. Bogart Mr. Richard Boggs Mr. Thomas M. Bolger Mr. and Mrs. Loren M. Bollman ’77, ’80 Ms. Kristina L. Bonn ’03 Mrs. Marla A. Bonus ’84 Mr. Steven A. Borcich ’75 Mr. Ronald G. Borck ’62 Matthew Boresi ’97 Mr. Michael Jerome Borzych ’94 Ms. Rebecca S. Botos Mrs. Janet Bouldin ’69 Ms. Patricia M. Bovell ’90 Ms. Ruth M. Bowden ’49 Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Bowers ’77, ’73 Ms. Barbara Bowles Mr. John N. Bowman ’74 Mr. and Mrs. James T. Boyd Mrs. Joan M. Boyd ’57 Mrs. Julie Boynton ’81 Mr. John P. Bradford ’06 Mr. William C. Bradish ’52 Mr. Boychen W. Bradshaw ’92 Mrs. Elizabeth M. Brand ’42 Mr. Ernest Brandon, Jr. ’62 Mr. Robert F. Brandon Dr. Paul F. Brandt Mr. and Mrs. E. Richard Branz ’57, ’56 Mr. Karl A. Bratland Mr. Kevin A. Bratland Mr. Scott J. Braun ’96 Ms. Heather M. Breed ’98 Mr. James Breese ’98 Mr. and Mrs. Bradley L. Brehm Ms. Lucille Breitwieser Ms. Andria M. Bremer ’00 Ms. Jane A. Brennan ’04 Mr. and Mrs. David L. Brewer ’64, ’64 Mr. Kenneth R. Brickert ’70 Mrs. Catherine R. Briggs ’93 Mr. James R. Briggs ’51 Mr. and Mrs. Ray F. Brinker ’61, ’62 Ms. Judith Brinley Mr. John L. Brittan ’50 Ms. Amanda M. Broaddus Mr. Joseph J. Broton ’83 Dr. Keith A. Brown ’77 40 North Central College
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Brown ’90 Mr. Michael T. Brown, ’97 Mr. Michael C. Brown Mr. Scott D. Brown ’75 Mr. Charles R. Brownell ’61 Ms. Kimberly C. Broyles ’06 Mrs. Sharron A. Brunk ’66 Mrs. Shirley J. Bruns ’44 John P. Buckley and Kelli Skehan Ms. Marilyn Bucman Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Bueche ’52, ’53 Ms. Naomi M. Buerkle ’01 Mr. John Bullard Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Buonauro Mrs. Ruth M. Burbank ’50 Mr. Leonard E. Burch ’50 Ms. Myra E. Burgess Mrs. Nancy J. Burgess ’52 Ms. Evie A. Burke ’00 Rev. and Mrs. Phillip Burke, Jr. ’58, ’59 Mr. Gregory B. Burks ’00 Mr. Robert Burlingham Mrs. Catherine E. Burnett ’73 Ms. Irene K. Burrell ’83 Mrs. Mary B. Burris Mr. Vilas F. Bursack Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Bursh Mr. Jeff Burton Mr. Allan R. Busse ’66 Ms. Kimberly J. Butler Mr. James D. Byrne, Jr. ’93 Ms. Shannon M. Byrne ’97 Ms. Melissa A. Caco ’90 Café Buonaro’s Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Calandra Dr. Stephen Maynard Caliendo Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Caliendo ’77 Mr. John L. Campbell ’65 Dr. Kenneth D. Campbell Ms. Mary Cannizzaro Mr. Jeffrey A. Cardwell ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Carey Mr. and Mrs Richard Carey Mrs. Janis L. Carlson ’56 Dr. Colleen L. Carter ’86 Mrs. Donna Caso ’65 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cavenagh Ms. Amy Christine Cerny Ramsey ’96 Mr. Dann Chamberlin ’58 Ms. Susan S. Chambers ’76
Mr. Peter M. Chari ’04 Ms. Heidi Renee Chase ’95 Ms. Belinda L. Cheek ’83 Chef by Request Mr. Hailei Cheng ’05 Mr. Raj Cherian ’06 Mrs. Renee J. Cherrie ’77 Kirk A. Chestnut ’94 Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Chestnut Ms. Marie E. Chezem ’54 Ms. Susan Chia ’98 Mr. and Mrs. Don Chivas Ms. Jamie L. Chodoroff ’00 Mrs. Elizabeth Christianson ’66 Mrs. Lois J. Christman ’47 Ms. Mary Ciezczak Ms. Ann M. Clark ’76 Mrs. Ethel K. Clark ’47 Mr. and Mrs. John Clark Mr. Charles B. Clarke Ms. Lisa D. Classon ’06 Dr. Shirley F. Clement ’62 Dr. Rebecca Clemente Mrs. Laurene Clemmer ’68 Dr. Thomas J. Clifton Mr. Ian A. Clugston ’05 Miss Ruth E. Cobb ’50 Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Coglianese Ms. Jennifer A. Coglianese ’99 Ms. Glessna Coisson Ms. Lynn E. Colby ’78 Ms. Prudence Cole Mrs. Kathy Coleman Mrs. Theresa L. Coleman ’81 Ms. Donna Coletto Dr. Thomas Colley ’63 Mr. David C. Columbus ’92 Mrs. Diane S. Compton ’87 Mr. Ryan S. Conley ’02 Ms. Charlene K. Conner ’70 Mrs. Helga H. Connors ’48 Dr. Timothy D. Conway Ms. Ashlee N. Cook ’03 Mrs. Ellen Cook ’48 Mr. and Mrs. Larry Coolbroth Ms. Amy M. Cooper ’97 Mrs. Jane F. Cordon ’70 Dr. Louis Corsino Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence F. Corso Ms. Lacy A. Cortez ’99 Rev. Carol Cory Mrs. Marlys A. Costain ’90 Mrs. Lynn S. Cottrell ’54 Ms. Judy Countryman ’71 Ms Ann M. Covert ’98 Mr. Allan E. Crabb ’55
THE WENTZ CONCERT HALL & FINE ARTS CENTER CAMPAIGN DONORS (cont.) Mr. and Mrs. Richard Craig Rev. Solomon G. Cramer ’38 Cmdr. Timothy W. Crawford ’82 Ms. Emily E. Croft ’05 Mr. Timothy J. Croft ’93 Rev. and Mrs. Burton L. Crosby ’49, ’51 Mrs. Chrisianne D. Cross ’77 Ms. Sarah N. Crutchfield ’02 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery H. Curran Mr. and Mrs. Michael Curran ’96 Mrs. Betty Curtiss ’54 Ms. Diane M. Cushman ’82 Mr. and Mrs. David Cuthbertson Mr. and Mrs. George M. Cyr ’70, ’70 Ms. Katalin Czako ’06 Mrs. Hazel D. Daehler ’47 Ms. Ashtin N. Dallavia Mr. James J. Dallavia Ms. Kimberly Dallavia Ms. Lynette D. Dallavia Mr. Timothy A. Dallavia Ms. Donna J. Damato ’00 Mr. Kenneth L. Damon, Jr. ’68 Ms. Terran M. D’Andrea ’90 Mr. Michael J. Danko ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Gene Darfler ’56, ’52 Ms. Peggy S. Davidson ’03 Mrs. Gloria V. Davis ’45 Mrs. Iola Davis Ms. Megan Maura Davis ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Davis Dr. and Mrs. Zev Davis Mr. Tony Davis Mr. William H. Davis, Jr. ’71 Mr. Alan R. DeCamp ’04 Mrs. Judith Decker ’58 Mr. Jay Delmas ’96 Mr. Barry A. Dempsey ’94 Mr. Joseph G. Dennis ’98 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Der ’73 Mr. James A. DeRose ’74 Mr. Eric D. DeSimone ’02 Ms. Diana D. DeSmit ’03 Ms. Kathleen L. Dettman Mrs. Norma E. Dettmann ’57 Ms. Divya Eve Devadoss ’95 Mr. Gilbert J. DeWilde ’41 Mr. Patrick Dexheimer ’67 Pastor R.Donald Dexheimer, III ’65 Mr. John A. DiCiurcio Mr. Wesley E. Diener ’53 Mrs. Jill A. Dieringer ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Phillip M. Disch
Mr. Patrick M. Dockins Mr. and Mrs. James M. Dolezal Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Donnelly Dr. and Mrs. Doward G. Douwsma ’61, ’61 Mr. Thomas H. Dover ’96 Mr. Wayne K. Doverspike ’65 Ms. Karen H. Dowling ’58 Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Drendel Mr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Driggett ’58, ’61 Mr. Roy D. Dryden ’84 Dr. Michael S. Duane Ms. Mari E. Duchaj ’97 Dr. and Mrs. Wayne D. Duehn ’61 Mr. Seth Aaron Dunham ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Larry DunlapBerg Dr. Carol R. Dunn Mr. Robert J. Dunphey ’85 DuPage County Fair Association Mrs. Carol A. Durava ’83 Mr. J. Douglas Durham ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Phil Duy Mrs. Carol A. Dziedzic ’68 Ms. Donna O. Dziedzic Ms. Julie A. Eastman Ms. P. Clare Eastman Ms. Sandy Eberly Mr. and Mrs. James R. Eccleston Mrs. Virginia R. Echo ’48 Ms. Bonnie Eddy Ms. Phyllis Edelen ’71 Dr. Edwin H. Eigenbrodt ’55 Ms. Rosalie Eiler Mr. and Mrs. Glen A. Ekey Ms. Judith A. El-Amin ’69 Mr. and Mrs. James E. Elander Ms. Polly Elifson Mr. and Mrs. Donovan Emery Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Engelhardt ’70, ’72 Mrs. Sharon L. Englund ’70 Mr. John R. Engquist ’00 Mr. J. Andrew Enright ’05 Ms. Kelly M. Epperson ’86 Mr. Gary Erb ’94 Mr. John D. Erdman ’58 Mr. Nicholas P. Erdmann ’00 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald R. Ernest Dr. Gary Ernst Mr. John R. Eskey ’57 Mrs. Barbara Esterly ’59
Mrs. Bee H. Evans ’67 Rev. and Mrs. James Evans ’64, ’64 Ms. Kathleen J. Evans ’92 Ms. Ann L. Everhart ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Everhart Mr. and Mrs. M. DeWitt Everix Dr. Philip A. Ewell Mr. and Mrs. Tom Falcone Mr. and Mrs. James D. Fanthorpe ’60 Rev. and Mrs. Anthony J. Farina ’56, ’58 Mr. Mark A. Farina ’01 Mr. Paul T. Faris, Jr. ’69 Mr. Patrick Farmer, Jr. Mr. Richard S. Farrar Mr. Shawn M. Farson ’88 Rev. and Mrs. Laurence E. Feaver ’51, ’52 Dr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Feay Mr. and Mrs. John Fedorovich ’50 Mr. M. William Feind, Jr. ’68 Mrs. Charlotte R. Fenner ’51 Mr. and Mrs. Paul K. Ferington ’70, ’71 Ms. Susan G. Fiedor ’01 Mr. Gary Fiedorowicz Ms. Jennifer L. Fieldman ’95 Mrs. Virginia R. Fietsch ’70 Dr. Sheryl L. Finkle Ms. Bonnie Fischer Dr. David H. Fisher Ms. Elisabeth A. Fisher ’04 Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Fisher Mr. and Mrs. William E. Fitch Mr. Adam R. Fitzenreider ’01 Mr. Arthur E. Fitzner ’53 Rev. George W. Fleming ’62 Ms. Mary Jo Fletcher Dr. Duane F. Follman ’79 and Dr. Holly Humphrey ’79 Deborah and Jim Ford Mr. and Mrs. William Forssander Mr. Steve Fort Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Foster Ms. Debbie Frank Ms. Krista Frank Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Fraser Ms. Marsie L. Frawley ’75 Dr. Andrea Frazier Mr. W. S. Fredenhagen ’50 Ms. Kelly J. Frederick Mr. Paul V. Freedlund Ms. Shirley M. French Dr. and Mrs. Dwight L. Freshley ’50, ’50 North Central College 41
THE WENTZ CONCERT HALL & FINE ARTS CENTER CAMPAIGN DONORS (cont.) Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Frey ’63 Mr. James J. Frey ’76 Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Fricks Mr. and Mrs. Bill Frier Mr. and Mrs. John A. Fry Mr. and Mrs. David A. Fujiu ’74, ’75 Dr. Judith A. Fulton ’77 Mr. William V. Funchion ’89 Mr. Willard Gabel ’57 Mr. and Mrs. Greg Gadient Mrs. Elizabeth P. Gallagher ’40 Rev. and Mrs. Clyde F. Galow ’49, ’54 Dr. Mary T. Galvan Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Galvin Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gannon Ms. Linda Q. Gao Mr. Robert H. Gardner ’90 Mr. Keig E. Garvin ’37 Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Gaspari ’77 ’79 Mr. A. Edward Gay, III ’63 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A. Gaylord Mr. Donald J. Gebbie ’65 Dr. Gerald R. Gems Mr. John Geyer ’68 Mr. and Mrs. Marc Giacovelli ’88 Mrs. Elizabeth B. Gibson ’43 Mr. Warren C. Giere ’51 Mrs. Bernina McGee Giese ’50 Mr. Jerry B. Giesler ’58 Mrs. Mary J. Ginke ’41 Mr. John E. Glessner ’76 Mr. and Mrs. John D. Glowicki ’76, ’78 Ms. Jill Gnesda ’68 Ms. Dianne Golat Ms. Shirley Gombert Mrs. Mary L. Gomora ’91 Mrs. Delores M. Goodfellow ’59 Mr. Donald L. Goodin ’68 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Goodin ’68, ’68 Mrs. Nancy H. Goodwin ’93 Mrs. Mary L. Gorden ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Scott D. Gorman Mrs. Theresa A. Gorman ’89 Mrs. Helen Gorsuch ’77 Ms. Joan C. Grassman Mr. David L. Gray Mrs. Elizabeth A. Gregory ’45 Mrs. Carolyn G. Grigereit ’61
Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Groharing ’70, ’70 Dr. Nancy A. Grote ’61 Ms. Arlene A. Gryzlak ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Guilfoyle Ms. Donna Gullstrand ’61 Rev. Paul A. Gutknecht ’66 Mr. Michael A. Guzaldo ’05 Ms. Gudrun Haas Mr. Scott Haebich ’78 Mr. Walter Hagemann Rev. Robert J. Hahn ’54 Mrs. Ruth L. Hahn ’48 Mr. Samuel J. Hahn Mr. Russell F. Haidle ’55 Mrs. Shirley R. Haines Ms. Vicki A. Haines ’76 Mrs. Christi Hale ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald A. Hall ’57 Sheila Hall ’93 Mr. Wallace Hall, Jr. ’77 Mr. Robert J. Hallwachs Mr. and Mrs. H. Jeffrey Hamar Mr. Brian J. Hamilton ’93 Mrs. Ruth L. Hamm Miss Mabel A. Hammersmith ’41 Mrs. Estela A. Hammond ’98 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hamsmith Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Hamstra ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Haney ’63 Dr. Brian P. Hanlon Mr. Kenneth L. Hannah Miss Alma E. Hanneld Mrs. Marilee Hanson ’62 Mrs. Vivian Hargrove ’41 Rev. and Mrs. Robert J. Harman ’59, ’59 Ms. Sonia Harmon Ms. Virginia L. Harmon ’84 Mrs. Judith Harnisch ’67 Dr. and Mrs. Jon J. Harper Mrs. Marjean G. Harper ’50 Mr. David C. Harr ’66 James P. and Kristin Harrington ’87, ’87 Ms. Karla Harris Mr. Bill Harrison Mrs. Sandra Harrison ’80 Dr. David R. Hartman ’62 Mr. and Mrs. Warren J. Hartman Mrs. Iris L. Harvey ’48 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Harvey
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hatch ’70 Mr. Steven M. Hauge ’71 Mr. Paul E. Havelka ’78 Mrs. Marcia Hawkins ’51 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hawkins Mr. Kevin M. Healey ’75 Mr. Jim Healy Mr. Douglas G. Hearn ’89 Rev. Donna Bassett Heck ’58 Mr. Marlowe A. Heckaman ’38 Ms. Debra Hedemann ’87 Rev. Dr. Donald H. Heinrich ’47 Mrs. Sherryl Heinz ’62 Ms. Amber N. Heinze ’98 Ms. Rosemary Heiser ’42 Ms. Sheila M. Heitke ’86 Mr. Jeffrey C. Helberg Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Helberg ’82 Mr. Fred Helton ’49 Mr. Craig W. Helwig ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Dale Henderson Ms. Kelly J. Hendrickson Ms. Anne K. Hengehold ’85 Mr. John C. Hennessy Mrs. Marigail Henning ’42 Mrs. Mary E. Henning ’46 Ms. Nancy E. Henninger ’65 Dr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Henricks ’69, ’71 Mr. Robert Henry Dr. and Mrs. Curtis Herink ’72 Mrs. Carol A. Herman ’63 Ms. Nancy K. Hermann Mrs. Victoria M. Herrman Mrs. Doris Heumann ’53 Dr. Fawn D. Hewitt ’63 Mr. Philip Hey ’52 Rev. Edward L. Heyer ’53 Mr. Andy Highland Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Higley ’58, ’62 Mrs. Cheryl A. Hildebrandt ’67 Mrs. Shirley A. Hill ’68 Mr. Thayer J. Hill, Jr. ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hilsenbeck Mr. and Mrs. Rod Hiltz Dr. Richard C. Hinckley ’69 Mr. Jeffrey M. Hinthorn ’99 Mr. Nicholas J. Hird ’06 Ms. Jane Hirsch Miss Helen S. Hitt ’51 Ms. Mary E. Hitzeman ’62 Miss Pei-Lee L. Ho ’56 North Central College 43
THE WENTZ CONCERT HALL & FINE ARTS CENTER CAMPAIGN DONORS (cont.) Mrs. Lucile Hodgins ’45 Rev. and Mrs. Merlin J. Hoeft ’49, ’44 Mr. Michael T. Hofbauer ’85 Dr. and Mrs. John F. Hofert ’57, ’59 Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Hoffman ’50, ’50 Ms. Shirley Hofmann ’48 Mr. John C. Holmberg Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Homa ’75, ’76 Mr. Anthony Hopp Mr. B. T. Horek ’40 Ms. Lori Hornick Ms. Kathryn I. Hornickel ’01 Mr. Eric A. Horsch ’91 Rev. Robert E. Horton ’52 Mrs. Winnafred L. Horton ’39 Mr. David J. Hortsman Mr. Galen R. Hosler ’57 Ms. Lola G. Hotchkis Rev. and Mrs. Don S. Howard ’45, ’46 Mrs. Gail G. Howard ’63 Ms. Jillian R. Howard Mr. and Mrs. Paul P. Hruskoci Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hubbard
Mr. Robert G. Hubbird ’03 Mr. Michael J. Hudson Ms. Cindy Hughes ’79 Ms. Kimberly A. Hugo ’98 Mrs. Joann H. Huheey ’48 Sue and Marve Huizinga Ms. Claudia N. Hummel ’68 Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Hummer The Rev. Dr. Richard Hundrieser ’71 Ms. Mariann A. Hunter ’90 Mr. Taivo Hurt ’62 Indian Harvest Mr. Gary P. Ireland Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Isenberg Rev. Paul W. Iwig ’55 Mr. Edouard V. Izac Dr. Renard I. Jackson Mrs. Barbara Jaggers ’66 Mrs. Mabel R. Jahnke ’63 Ms. Christine M. Janes ’02 Ms. Janet A. Janko ’93 Ms. Antonia M. Jankowski Dr. Jeffrey A. Jankowski Mr. Matthew William Jannusch ’97 Mr. Peter S. Janzen ’50
Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Jawor ’79, ’79 Ms. Ana L. Jensen Ms. Geraldine Jensen Ms. Mary J. Jensik ’97 Jilly’s of Naperville Mr. and Mrs. Chad Johnson Mrs. Constance M. Johnson ’82 Mr. David C. Johnson ’67 Mrs. Helen F. Johnson ’50 Dr. Herman L. Johnson ’59 Mr. and Mrs. David M. Johnson ’96, ’96 Ms. Kim Johnson Ms. Merna L. Johnson ’71 Mr. Randy Johnson Ms. Robin A. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Rosie Johnson Ms. Sarah E. Johnson ’04 Mrs. Shirley D. Johnson ’47 Mr. Stephan G. Johnson ’61 Mr. Stephen K. Johnson ’64 Mrs. Barbara A. Johnston ’66 Ms. Erin Johnston Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Jonah Mrs. Faith A. Jones ’52
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THE WENTZ CONCERT HALL & FINE ARTS CENTER CAMPAIGN DONORS (cont.) Ms. Alma Jones and Mr. Greg Jones Diana and Jim Jones Mr. Peter Jonsson ’67 Mr. and Mrs. A. Joseph Judd Mrs. Barbara Judson ’62 Mrs. Lorene G. Juhnke ’41 Ms. Margaret M. Juhnke Mrs. Marian L. June ’69 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Justie ’80 Mr. Torrey A. Kaatz, Jr. ’58 Ms. Ellen F. Kadden ’71 Mr. Joseph M. Kain Dr. John W. Kalas ’55 Ms. Jodi L. Kalkis ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Ivan P. Kane James J. Kane ’74 Mr. Ryan O. Kane ’01 Mr. and Mrs. William M. Kartholl Ms. Jill M. Kastner ’02 Mrs. Elizabeth Kaufman ’57 Ms. Kathleen E. Kazmier ’06 Mrs. Marietta E. Keating Mr. and Mrs. John A. Keenan Dr. Nancy J. Keiser Rev. James G. Kellermann ’73 Dr. and Mrs. Karl Kelley Mr. John Kelsch Ms. Janet L. Kempf ’96 Ms. Sharon Kennedy ’85 Ms. Dorothy Kenner Ms. Alicia D. Kernica ’06 Mrs. Carrie Duncan Kerr ’76 Mrs. Sally B. Kerr ’71 Mr. and Mrs. Obrad Kesic ’88, ’88 Mrs. Esther Kevern ’43 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald H. Kies Mrs. Elaine F. Kilday ’64 Mrs. Alberta M. Kinate ’67 Dr. Maureen Kincaid Scott Kindelspire ’95 Mrs. Mary L. Kinner ’49 Ms. Monie G. Kinney ’49 Mr. Peter B. Kinsella ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Kleehammer Mr. David Klussendorf ’69 Ms. Lynette M. Kmiecik ’88 Ms. Doris M. Knapp ’62 Ms. Linda B. Knapp ’93 Miss Joan M. Knepp ’57 Mrs. Tami Kniss Mr. and Mrs. Stanley L. Koch Dr. Lee R. Kochenderfer ’54 Mr. Dan T. Kocher ’75 Mr. and Mrs. Steven H. Koehler
Mr. Marvin K. Koelling Ms. Laura M. Koenes ’03 Mr. Dale R. Koepnick ’82 Ms. Joyce M. Koerfer ’86 Mr. and Mrs. William C. Kohley Mr. David R. Kokandy ’07 Mr. Keith Kolar Mr. Bradley B. Kolavo ’05 Ms. Carla L. Kolavo ’06 Mr. Donald E. Koletsos, Jr. ’02 Rev. and Mrs. Lynn K. Kollath ’59, ’61 Mrs. Patricia C. Koller ’57 Ms. Constance A. Komoll Mrs. Jane E. Kopp’71 Ms. Francine A. Kopta ’78 Mr. Kevin Koski Dr. David H. Koss ’56 Mr. James A. Kosteva ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Ken Kotiza ’67 Mr. Nick Kotwica Ms. Diana M. Kowalski ’01 Rev. Harold E. Kraft ’48 Mr. Richard M. Kraft ’92 Mr. Ryan Krainz Mr. Ellis E. Krapf ’52 Mrs. Laura G. Krause ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Kraynek Mr. Allen J. Kreitzer Mrs. Sandra A. Kreml ’82 Ms. Elaine Krnich ’03 Dr. Allison D. Krogstad ’92 Mr. Timothy J. Kroupa ’06 Ms. Marie C. Krueger ’82 Ms. Cheryl A. Krug ’03 Mr. and Mrs. Lyle F. Krumrie Mr. and Mrs. James C. Krumtinger Dr. Matthew B. Krystal Mrs. Jean Kuebler ’40 Mr. Boguslaw Kukla ’02 Ms. Christine Kukla Mr. Michael K. Kulbeda ’02 Ms. Crystal L. Kurtz ’01 Ms. Susan L. la Monaco ’98 Gregory Lacy ’89 Mr. Donald A. Ladd ’53 Mr. Bruce D. Ladtkow ’74 Mr. John R. Lagodney ’72 Mrs. Elane C. LaGroue ’75 Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey H. Lamont ’74, ’74 Mrs. Diane S. Land ’65 Mrs. Charlotte Landmeier ’65 Ms. Kelly A. Lang ’03 Mr. Michael S. Lang ’93 Mr. Rolland E. Lang ’69
Mr. and Mrs. Waldo H. Lang ’50, ’50 Mrs. Shirley M. Lange ’50 Mr. Thomas S. Lange ’86 Mr. Robert M. Langlois ’59 Mrs. Patricia LaningMeekma ’92 Mr. Paul R. Lankenau ’83 Mrs. Mary J. Larsen ’57 Mr. and Mrs. Dallas K. Larson Mrs. Edith L. Larson ’69 Ms. Wendy Larson Bob and Laura Larue Mrs. Nancy E. Lasley ’69 Mrs. Ellen Laubenthal ’65 Stefanie Lazer ’94 Mrs. Rhonda M. Leath ’74 Mr. and Mrs. B. Pierre Lebeau Mr. and Mrs. John G. LeDonne ’80 Ms. Melissa A. Lee ’93 Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Leedy Mrs. Kerry L. Leet ’88 Mrs. Nancy Leet Ms. Jeanne LeFevre Mr. Paul Lehman Ms. Kara E. Lehnhardt ’02 Mr. and Mrs. Brett A. Leifheit ’86, ’86 Mr. and Mrs. Alan E. Leis Rev. and Mrs. Carl R. Lemna ’52, ’55 Mr. James A. Lentz Mr. Brian T. Lesiewicz Ms. Karen S. Levandowski Mr. John L. Lewis ’79 Mr. S. Keith Lewis ’64 Rev. Byron H. Light ’53 Kay Lincicome ’58 Ms. Carol W. Lindell ’57 Mr. Eric R. Lindley ’99 Ms. Elaine Lindquist Franchon Lindsay Ms. Christine S. Linnell Mr. Charles W. Linneman ’90 Mr. Michael Linz ’49 Ms. Mary Lou Lipscomb ’66 Mr. and Mrs. Lyle E. Littlewood ’55, ’58 Mr. Charles M. Litweiler ’66 Mr. John B. Litweiler ’62 Mrs. Annie W. Liu Mr. Ted A. Longworth ’68 Ms. Rebecca R. LonnekeHodges ’91 Mr. and Mrs. David E. Loop ’65, ’65 Ms. Elaine Lopatka Mr. Gregory W. Lorence ’06 Mrs. Carol Lorenz ’83 North Central College 45
THE WENTZ CONCERT HALL & FINE ARTS CENTER CAMPAIGN DONORS (cont.) Ms. Susan Lynne Losczyk ’94 Mrs. Lori B. Lossie ’88 Dr. Thomas M. Love Mr. Donald J. Lovse ’63 Mr. and Mrs. John Lucki Ms. Mary Jane Ludwig Mr. Mason M. Luebbing ’01 Mr. Merton D. Lueptow ’54 Mrs. Ruth A. Lundgren ’53 Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Luze Ms. Colleen F. Lynch ’03 Dr. and Mrs. Edward E. Lyon ’52, ’54 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence D. Lyons Masala Yangu Incorporated Morton Arboretum Norman MacGregor ’53 Ms. Emily M. MacGruder ’06 Mrs. Bernice A. MacKenzie ’86 Mrs. Jean L. MacMillan ’58 Mr. Thomas E. Mader ’83 Mr. John V. Madormo Ms. Kathryn M. Maggio ’89 Mr. Floyd Mallory Mr. Charles H. Maney ’99 Mrs. Norma Mann ’53 Mr. James Mannion ’02 Mr. Bruce N. Manola ’63 Ms. Nancy Manypenny ’89 Ms. Maureen Margalus Mr. Victor Maroni Ms. Kimberly A. Marran ’02 Ms. Lois A. Marten ’52 Dale and Betsy Martin Mr. Douglas R. Martin ’63 Mr. Eliseo E. Martinez Mr. Leonard F. Martinez, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Maschman ’68, ’68 Mr. and Mrs. Terry Maschman ’69 Mrs. Karen L. Masden Mr. Gerald D. Mast ’52 Mr. and Mrs. Clarence F. Mather ’49 Ms. Tracy L. Mathias ’02 Dr. Curtis J. Mathison ’52 Mrs. Jean Matzke ’52 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Maynard ’70 Ms. Elizabeth M. Mazur Ms. Natalie A. Mazurek ’04 Miss Susan C. McArthur ’82 Ms. Carol McCain Mrs. Margery A. McCallister ’56 Mrs. Laura L. McClellan ’62 Mr. George McConaghy Mrs. Sylvia D. McCracken ’74 46 North Central College
Mr. Patrick McCrite ’66 Mr. Bryan P. McCusker ’98 L.J. McDonald ’55 Mrs. Jean McFarren ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Brad McGuire Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L. McIntosh Mr. J. D. McJunkin ’41 Ms. Bridget A. McKernan ’95 Mr. and Mrs. Stan McKinney Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McKoski ’69, ’69 Mr. Eural C. McLaughlin ’65 Ms. Meredith E. McLuckie Mrs. Renee McLuckie Mrs. Marilyn McNamara ’63 Dr. and Mrs. Jack L. McPherson ’69, ’69 Mr. Johnston E. McWilliam ’73 Mr. William F. Mellien ’68 Rev. and Mrs. Duane B. Mevis ’56 Mr. Edward B. Meyer, Jr. ’78 Mr. Gordon R. Meyer ’62 Mr. and Mrs. Stuart K. Meyer Ms. Nicole R. Michalczyk Mrs. Shirley Michel ’50 JoAnn and Dave Mikelson Miss Emily M. Millberger ’41 Ms. Ann Miller Mrs. Brenda K. Miller ’73 Ms. Elizabeth A. Miller ’04 Mr. and Mrs. Fred R. Miller Ky. Colonel Mary K. Miller ’37 Mr. Paul A. Miller ’66 Ms. Rosanne Miller Ms. Kate Brawner Miller ’95 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Miller ’63, ’70 Mr. Thomas J. Millin ’00 Mrs. Dorothy Milnamow Ms. Tia D. Milne ’03 Mr. Mark Minard Ms. Susan R. Mink ’81 Ms. Lisa C. Mino ’99 Mrs. Wilma Mishler Mr. Benjamin J. Mitchell ’04 Mr. Bradley J. Mlecko ’03 Ms. Linda Mock Mr. Joseph E. Modaff ’61 Ms. Alina A. Moldovan ’04 Mrs. Kathleen Mollison ’60 Mr. and Mrs. Bud M. Montgomery Ms. Kathleen R. Montgomery ’99 Mr. Fredric L. Moore ’60 Mrs. Betty Moorehead Ms. Carmen C. Moralez ’02 Jan Morency
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Morgan Mr. Joseph A. Morin ’39 Mr. Brian C. Morrill ’02 Ms. Rebecca Lynn Morrill ’97 Mrs. Judith E. Morten ’75 Ted and Paulette Moulos Dr. Robert C. Moussetis Mr. and Mrs Paul Mroczkowski Mr. Robert J. Mroz ’97 Ms. June Mueggenborg ’55 Chris and Dave Mueller Dr. and Mrs. Howard E. Mueller ’58, ’59 Dr. and Mrs. Jonathan Mueller Mr. Chad W. Muir ’03 Ms. Mary L. Mullen ’62 Rev. and Mrs. Robert A. Mulligan ’39 Ms. Kimberly A. Mulsoff ’04 Mr. Carlo J. Mulvenna ’77 Col. and Mrs. James R. Mulvenna ’80, ’82 Mr. Emmerson W. Munro, II ’74 Mrs. Valerie Munson ’8o Mrs. Alvira Murbach ’47 Mr. David A. Murphy ’69 Mrs. Karen M. Murphy Mrs. Karen M. Murphy ’69 Mrs. Angela R. Murray ’99 Mr. Timothy M. Musa ’92 Mr. Mark A. Myers ’01 Mr. Brien J. Nagle Mrs. Peggy J. Nahrwold ’71 Mr. Mahesh Narayanan ’97 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Naumann ’87 Ms. Joanna Navarro ’03 Mrs. Dorothy Neder ’52 Mr. and Mrs. John D. Neesley Ms. Doris L. Nelson ’87 Mrs. Padmalatha Nemani ’87 Ms. Connie J. Nesler ’85 Mrs. Diane C. Neumann ’70 Dr. Robert E. Neumann ’55 Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Neumann ’71, ’72 Ms. Trang D. Nguyen ’88 Mrs. Judith Nickelsen ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Carl C. Nielsen ’60, 60 Mr. and Mrs. Carl C. Nielson Mr. Al J. Noftz Mr. Jeffrey M. Noga ’05 Mr. and Mrs. James R. Nolan Mr. Matt P. Nolan ’85
THE WENTZ CONCERT HALL & FINE ARTS CENTER CAMPAIGN DONORS (cont.) Mr. and Mrs. Karl W. Noltemeier ’51, ’52 Ms. Amanda M. Nousain Mr. and Mr. Jerome F. Novak Mrs. Mary Novello Mr. Thomas S. Novello ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell L. Nowicki Rev. and Mrs. Andrew C. Noxon ’53 Mr. Glenn E. Nystrom ’75 Mr. Michael E. O’Brien ’05 Mr. Richard E. Ochenkowski ’05 Mr. and Mrs. Richard O’Connell ’73, ’75 Ms. Karen E. Ocwieja Mr. Timothy Patrick Ogan ’94 Mr. Timothy P. O’Hara ’92 Mrs. Winifred B. Olds ’47 Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Olsen Mrs. Bettylu Gretchen Olson ’51 Mr. Rich Olson Ms. Karla K. Olvera ’94 Mr. Richard J. Oman ’68 Ms. Fallon N. Opperman ’05 Miss Mary R. Oran ’63 Dr. and Mrs. Lee Ortman ’71, ’71 Mr. Frank C. Osterland ’42 Ms. Leah Ostwald ’01 Ms. Jaclyn A. Otto ’04 Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Otton ’51, ’51 Ms. Jennifer A. Palmer ’06 Mr. Melville S. Palmer ’00 Dr. Deborah L. Palmes Ms. Paula Palter Ms. Krittika Panananon ’06 Mr. Allen F. Panek ’61 Rev. Janet W. Parachin ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Parker Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Parypinski Mr. Bruce B. Patterson ’75 Mr. Bruce D. Patterson ’75 Ms. Betty Pauling Dr. Pamela R. PayneEdwards ’66 Mr. Christopher M. Payton ’90 Rev. Larry J. Peacock ’71 Rev. and Mrs. Richard A. Peacock ’69, ’69 Mr. Mike Pearl Mr. Lance E. Pearson ’65 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick C. Pearson Mr. Timothy R. Peceniak ’04
Ms. Rachel K. Peck Ms. Verilyn R. Pelava ’70 Mr. Chrisotpher J. Pelz ’03 Ms. Christy L. Pemberton ’92 Mr. Michael Pentz ’87 Ms. Kathryn Jeanette Perez ’95 Mr. Vincent M. Perillo ’02 Mr. James J. Perisin ’60 Ms. Melinda F. Perry ’06 Mr. William E. Petersen ’65 Dr. Nancy L. Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Peterson ’59, ’60 Ms. Susan Marie Peterson ’94 Mr. Gregg Petri ’98 Mr. Frank Pettaway ’96 and Ms. Lisa Pettaway ’94 Mr. Eric J. Pfeiffer ’06 Mr. Michael Phelan Mr. and Mrs. Donald Phillips Ms. Helen Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Phillips Mr. Richard G. Phillips ’62 Mr. Nicholas S. Piazza ’08 Miss Marilyn A. Pickers ’77 Ms. Meghan L. Pierson ’03 Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Pittard Ms. Gerry Pittro Mr. Michael Polachek Dr. and Mrs. Raymond P. Polivka ’51 Mr. Richard E. Ponx Ms. Mary Ann Porlier ’06 Mr. Patrick A. Pospisek ’02 Mrs. Donna J. Posuch ’83 Mrs. Vivian J. Potee ’87 Ms. Susan M. Powell ’03 Ms. Elizabeth A. Preble Ms. Suzanne E. Prelipp ’63 Ms. Silvana Presta ’91 Mr. David Price Ms. Nancy Prichard ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Prince Jim ’93 and Julie Aumann Probst ’94 Mr. Skip Proctor Mr. Frank J. Prucha, III ’61 Mr. and Mrs. David W. Pugh Mr. Douglass A. Pye ’63 Ms. Michelle R. Raduha ’06 Raffi’s on 5th Ms. Linda R. Rajca ’73 Ms. Constance Ramsay Ms. Mary Jane Ramsey and family Ms. Ann E. Randall ’87 Mrs. Nancy L. Range ’74 Mrs. Eleanor Ranney ’55
Mrs. Julie Raridon Jeff and Michelle Ray Rev. and Mrs. John F. Rebstock ’44, ’46 Mrs. Rebecca A. Reckamp ’70 Mrs. Betty Reed ’66 Mr. and Mrs. Steven M. Reents ’95, Dr. and Mrs. David R. Rehn Mrs. Adella Reidt Mr. Russell O. Reinhard ’74 Mr. David C. Renner ’00 Mrs. Kay Rensink ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Rhyne, Sr Mr. and Mrs. Forrest D. Rice, Jr. Mr. Jack L. Rice ’59 Ms. Sharon E. Rice ’03 Mr. and Mrs. Larry M. Rich Miss Gwendolyn Richardson ’89 Mr. and Mrs. Wayne J. Richie Jennifer L. Richrath ’95 Mrs. Joann P. Richter ’65 Mrs. Marjorie E. Riker ’48 Ms. Mary Rinehart ’64 Ms. Leah C. Rippe Mr. and Mrs. Jon A. Ripsky Mr. and Mrs. Barry R. Riskedal ’71, ’62 Dr. Roger W. Ritzert ’58 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Roberts Mr. Byron K. Robertson ’89 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Robertson Mr. Charles D. Robinson ’72 Mr. Norman Robinson ’00 A. Elizabeth Robinson-Chan ’93 Ms. Karla K. Rockwell ’04 Mr. Randy C. Roehrig ’79 Mr. Frederick Roesti ’69 Dr. LeRoy P. Roesti, Jr. ’65 Mrs. Jan S. Rogoski ’68 Mr. Charles A. Roloff, Jr. ’64 Ms. Cindy T. Roman ’99 Mrs. Beth D. Romine ’74 Mr. John Ronchetti Ms. Christina I. Rosenmeier ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rosenow Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rosolie ’77, ’79 Mr. William B. Ross ’67 Mr. John B. Rottersman ’82 Miss Barbara L. Rowland ’71 Ms. Ruth Royal ’61 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rozek Mrs. Jeanne C. Rudolph ’61 North Central College 47
THE WENTZ CONCERT HALL & FINE ARTS CENTER CAMPAIGN DONORS (cont.) Mr. William R. Rudolph ’44 Ms. Colleen M. Ruff ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Jim Russell Mr. and Mrs. Daniel W. Ryan Rev. Eric E. Ryburn ’91 Ms. Kathleen G. Salmen ’69 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Salomon Mrs. Jeannine M. Saltman ’61 Ms. Shannon M. Sanders ’98 Mr. Stephen J. Sanford ’79 Mr. Vincent J. Sapienza Ms. Kathryn M. Sarna ’04 Ms. Mary Ellen Sarns ’03 Ms. Rebecca S. Satterfield ’97 Mr. and Mrs. Gary M. Saunders Mr. Bruce Sautebin ’70 Mr. Carl J. Schaefer ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Schaefer Mr. Vernon H. Schaefer ’52 Mr. Terrence J. Schaul Ms. Lynn Scheffler Ms. Carol L. Schelling ’67 Ms. Irene Schendel Ms. Katherine A. Schierenbeck ’90 Ms. Tasha M. Schifo ’95 Mrs. Arden G. Schilb ’73 Mr. Wayne H. Schimpff ’63 Ms. Lisa A. Schisel ’98 Mr. Karl E. Schmidt ’94 Mr. Steven Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. William F. Schmiel ’67, ’69 Mr. and Mrs. Karl Schnase Mr. and Mrs. J. Glenn Schneider Mrs. Marna J. Schneider ’50 Ms. Wendy M. Schneider ’06 Ms. Nancy A. Schobert ’55 Ms. Deborah D. Schodrof ’97 Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Schoeneck Mr. and Mrs. Warren Schoenherr Mrs. Jane Schoeny ’57 Mrs. Joan Schreiber ’47 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schroeder Ms. Elizabeth R. Schroeder ’00 Mrs. Phyllis H. Schroeter Ms. Barbara E. Schubert Mr. Thomas A. Schubert Mr. and Mrs. Timothy W. Schuenke Mrs. Janice B. Schultz ’72 Ms. Cara M. Schuster ’97 48 North Central College
Ms. Ardella Schutz Ms. Shannon V. Schwarzwalder ’01 Mr. Jonathan R. Schweighardt Ms. Betty Jane Scott Mrs. Donna V. Scott ’57 Ms. Nicki Scott Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Scott Mr. Robert A. Sebastian ’53 Ms. Kathi L. Seiden-Thomas ’95 Mr. David A. Seiser ’74 Lyn M. Seiser ’86 Mr. Jack D. Seith ’61 Mrs. Carol J. Seiwell ’57 Mrs. Ruth Ann Sellers ’55 Stephen ’76 and Julia ’78 Sellers Mr. and Mrs. Charles Semke Sequoia General Contracting Dr. Kristine Servais Mrs. Betty Service ’53 Mrs. Lynne B. Severson ’65 Mr. Richard A. Severson ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sexton Mr. David J. Shafron ’03 Ms. Bhavini R. Shah ’98 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Shanower Ms. Mary Ann Sharp Ms. Deborah J. Shaw ’72 Ms. Brenda J. Shay ’02 Mrs. Arlene M. Shea Mr. Bryant N. Sheehy Dr. and Mrs. Harry L. Sheehy Mr. Frank Shigut ’61 Mr. Thomas Reuben Shoback ’95 Mr. and Mrs. John S. Shoulberg ’82, ’82 Mr. John D. Shultz Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Shute ’91, ’92 Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Sievers Mr. and Mrs. Carl G. Silvernail ’54, ’54 Rev. Wilbur L. Silvernail ’55 Mrs. Esther M. Silvius ’46 Mr. Robert N. Sima ’57 Ms. Teresa L. Simchak ’90 Mr. Anthony Simmons, Sr. Mr. Brad Simmons Mr. M. James Simonsen ’51 Mrs. Dorothy L. Simpson ’41 Ms. Margaret Simpson Nancy and Paul Singelyn Ms. Avery A. Sipla ’99 Mr. Peter T. Sipla ’06
Mr. Robert Siracusano Mr. Stephen Sivyer ’65 Rev. R. Thomas Slack ’69 Mr. and Mrs. F. Lee Slick ’63, ’63 Mr. David H. Slinn ’90 Mrs. Melissa L. Smallenberger ’97 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Smith ’59, ’57 Mr. and Mrs. Cody C. Smith Dr. Donnavieve N. Smith Mrs. Dorothea L. Smith ’57 Mr. Eric D. Smith ’06 Dr. Garth D. Smith ’49 Mr. and Mrs. John J. Smith Ms. Mary K. Smith ’59 Mrs. Sharon G. Smith ’93 Mr. and Mrs. Brian L. Smolinski ’74, ’73 Mrs. Myla J. Snider ’54 Ms. Holly Rose Snyder ’96 Ms. Mary V. Soales ’56 Mr. Michael J. Solch ’80 Ms. Dana J. Solomon ’03 Mr. and Mrs. John J. Sook ’57 Mrs. Linda M. Sorenson ’80 Mr. Ralph Sorensen and family Mr. Alan J. Soukup ’47 Mr. Charles J. Spalten ’50 Ms. Whitney J. Spangola ’04 Ms. Julie A. Sparks ’89 Mr. Bradley W. Spencer ’04 Mr. Tyke E. Spencer ’06 Ms. Lorraine L. SpongScoville ’51 Ms. Emily J. Squinto Dr. and Mrs. Gerald E. Sroufe ’59, ’58 Dr. Caroline St. Clair Ms. Bonnie L. St. John Mrs. Lynn M. St. John ’64 Ms. Harriet Stachowiak ’02 Ms. Lois C. Stack ’54 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin E. Stahlman ’86, ’86 Ms. Melanie L. Stancampiano ’02 Rev. Nelson E. Stants ’50 Mr. and Mrs. Steve Starzyk Ms. Amy E. Steenson ’01 Mrs. Sandra L. Steer ’61 Ms. Joyce Stegmeier ’53 Dr. and Mrs. Donald E. Stehr ’50 Mr. Glenn E. Stehr ’50 Mr. George Steimer ’99 Mr. Charles Stella ’02 Mr. Harry R. Stelling ’50 Mrs. Mary J. Sterling ’66
THE WENTZ CONCERT HALL & FINE ARTS CENTER CAMPAIGN DONORS (cont.) Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Stevens ’50, ’52 Mr. and Mrs. Reuben T. Stibbe ’50 Ms. Grace Stilling Mr. and Mrs Gregory Stolze Mr. Russell M. Stratton ’87 Rev. and Mrs. Donald F. Strauch ’71 Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stredde Ms. Gail M. Streeter ’62 Ms. Kathleen Strickland ’00 Ms. Patricia A. Stroud ’57 Ms. Mary Ann Stuart ’97 Mr. and Mrs. Larry J. Studer ’62, ’61 Mr. Dan Sturdenvant Dr. Cathy Subber Mr. and Mrs. Edwin O. Sullivan Mr. Michael P. Sullivan ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Sulo Mr. Chad A. Sutton ’93 Ms. Stephanie C. Sutton ’02 Mr. and Mrs. Richard O. Swafford ’57, ’58 Mrs. Heidi K. Sweet ’93 Ms. Monica A. Szaflik ’05
Ms. Alefiyah Tawawalla ’97 Mr. Benny T. Taylor ’92 Mr. Eugentri Taylor ’06 Mr. Benjy Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Tehle Jr. ’49, ’51 Mr. Gordon G. Teichmann ’40 Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Templeton ’59 Mr. Gerald A. Thalmann Mrs. Eunice U. Thanepohn ’49 Ms. Tristan M. Theissing Mr. Donald P. Thinnes ’56 Mrs. Virginia C. Tholen ’66 Miss Evelyn M. Thomas ’54 Rev. and Mrs. James F. Thomas ’55, ’55 Mr. and Mrs. Kelly B. Thomas ’91, ’92 Mrs. Barbara J. Thompson ’51 Mr. David Thompson ’99 Mr. Donald R. Thompson ’41 Rev. and Mrs. Frank E. Thompson ’61, ’64 Ms. Margaret M. Thompson ’81
Mr. Robert E. Thompson ’38 Mr. Roger A. Thompson ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Tyrone A. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Thurston Mr. Frederic D. Tompkins ’40 Rev. La Vern E. Tooley ’41 Mr. Donald D. Topp ’61 Mr. and Mrs. Clay Totz Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Toy Mr. Christopher A. Toy Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon D. Trapp ’57, ’56 Mr. Nicholas E. Trauth ’06 Dr. Susan Traverso Mr. and Mrs. George J. Trepanier Mr. Warren R. Tropf ’47 Ray and Lynn Trygstad Mrs. Gail F. Tuller ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Leroy A. Tuma Ms. Melissa A. Turner ’95 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tuttolomondo ’86 Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Umbanhour Rev. and Mrs. Don K. Utzman ’54, ’55
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THE WENTZ CONCERT HALL & FINE ARTS CENTER CAMPAIGN DONORS (cont.) Ms. Bonnie Valiant Mr. Douglas W. Van Dell ’79 Dr. Madeleine Van Hecke Mr. James E. VanHootegem ’90 Mr. Milt Vasich Ms. Lynette M. Veitengruber ’04 Jon Velishek ’94 Ms. Crystal D. Verdun-White ’02 Ms. Lorraine Verstraete Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Vicker ’76, ’77 Mr. Howard R. Vieth ’38 Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd E. Vincent ’50, ’49 Dr. Jonathan E. Visick Ms. Alicia Vodicka Mrs. Berta J. Voorhees ’57 Mr. Dale F. Voss ’51 Mrs. Shirley J. Wahl Mrs. Joylyn Wahla ’60 Mrs. Jane E. Waidanz ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wakefield ’60, ’60 Walker’s Char House Mrs. Amy L. Walsh ’89 Miss Marilyn K. Walsh ’61 Mr. Richard T. Walsh Mr. and Mrs. William J. Walsh Mr. Archie T. Walters ’85 Ms. Judy C. Walters Ms. Mary Lynn Walters ’62 Ms. Susan L. Ward, C.F.P. ’83 Mr. and Mrs. William L. ’54 Warden Mr. David Ware Mr. and Mrs. Gideon M. Warne Mrs. Diane L. Warren ’91 Mr. and Mrs. Rodney J. Warstler Ms. Shannon Webb ’94 Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Weber Mr. and Mrs. Alfred D. Webster Ms. Michelle T. Weckmann ’93 Mr. Robert A. Wegele, Jr. ’84 Mrs. Bettye Wehrli Mr. G. Allan Weick ’53 Mrs. Susan Weimer ’68 Mr. Brad L. Weiss ’97 Mr. Glenn A. Weiss ’94
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Mr. John W. Welch ’81 Mr. Robert W. Welk ’60 Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Wellman ’55, ’56 Ms. Joan Welty Miss Marcia Welzel ’68 Ms. Julie Wentz Mrs. Lorraine Werner ’48 Dr. Nancy J. Wesensten ’84 Mrs. Jean R. Wesley ’54 Ms. Carolyn R. West ’97 Mrs. Kristin Miner West ’81 Mr. Ryan K. West ’00 Mrs. Judith K. Westin ’63 Ms. Carol J. Weston ’62 Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Westrom ’51, ’52 Mr. Matthew F. Whalen ’05 Dr. and Mrs. Andrew Whitaker Mr. Russell G. Whitaker III ’00 Mr. Donald Whitney Mr. Kenneth S. Whittenhall ’88 John D. and Sheila Wier ’67, ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Dave Wiesbrook Ms. Victoria S. Wike Janice and Ed Wiles Mr. William J. Wilger ’86 Ms. Anita R. Wilkins ’42 Mrs. Lois A. Will ’49 Mr. Craig Williams ’98 Mr. and Mrs. Dennis L. Williams ’68 Mrs. Margaret Williams ’70 Mrs. Patsy J. Williams ’62 Ms. Gayle Wilsmann William F. and Maria Wilson Dr. Vicki A. Wine ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Mark K. Winkel Mr. Thomas A. Winter ’71 Mrs. Margaret L. Winters ’60 Mr. Timothy J. Wise ’97 Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Wisnosky Mrs. Marla C. Witbrod ’81 Mrs. Vickie J. Witt ’01 Ms. Heather Christine Wnek ’96 Ms. Barbara Wolf ’68 Ms. Margaret L. Wolf ’59 Mr. Paul R. Wolf ’78 Rev. and Mrs. Wilmert Wolf, Jr. ’56
Rev. Everett T. Wonder ’48 Ms. Joan Sommers Wood ’57 Mrs. Carmen Giese Woodring ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Woodrow Ms. Mercie D. Woolfolk ’95 Dale and Lorrine Helm Wordelmen ’56, ’56 Rev. and Mrs. Robert C. Worner ’61 Mrs. Karen Worst ’66 Mrs. Helen L. Wright ’39 Mrs. Ruth Wright ’39 Mr. Stephen Wright ’03 Mr. John P. Wrycza ’89 Mr. Anthony J. Wycklendt ’94 Ms. Imis Wyman Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yahnke Mrs. Yu-Fen Yang ’86 Ms. Rachel C. Yehl ’06 Mr. Wallace C. Yenerich ’44 Mr. Steven G. Yeomans ’77 Mr. Frank O. Yezek ’52 Mr. and Mrs. Norris G. Yonker Mr. and Mrs. Ben K. Yoshinaga ’46 Jean and Warren Young Marilyn YucaitisJarzembowski ’76 Mr. and Mrs. Jan E. Zabinski ’74 Mrs. Mae M. Zahl ’35 Ms. Laura Zahn Pohl Mr. Burt M. Zak ’85 Ms. Laurie A. Zastrow ’86 Mr. and Mrs. William C. Zayas ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Leo Zedrow ’51 Mr. J. Charles Zeller ’69 Ms. Kristine E. Zeller ’01 Kimberly and Mike Ziegler Miss Opal E. Ziemer ’39 Mr. Joshua D. Zilm ’99 Dale and Rosemary Zimmerman ’60, ’60 Mrs. Donna M. Zinke ’61 Mrs. Deborah A. Zorich ’83 Ms. Erin D. Zorns ’00 Ms. Paula J. Zoromski ’86 Mr. and Mrs. Alexander E. Zuback
UNDeRWRIte A NORtH CeNtRAL COLLeGe Fine Arts PerFormAnce
Herb Alpert and Lani Hall Wentz Concert Hall and Fine Arts Center September 2009
Underwriting a North Central College performance allows you to directly support the artists whose work touches you the most. Fine arts event underwriting opportunities begin at $5,000 and come with many exciting benefits exclusive to underwriters. Individual underwriters receive: •VIP tickets to underwritten fine arts performance •Additional VIP tickets to preferred event at Wentz Concert Hall •Additional tickets to events at other North Central fine arts venues on campus (Meiley-Swallow Hall, Koten Chapel, Pfeiffer Hall, Madden Theater) •Access to special pre- or post-show private reception with artists •Recognition in a special salute ad in the Footlights program •Recognition on event invitation •Special offers to underwriter’s employees/family/friends •Opportunity to host employee/client/family event and reception •Name and/or logo recognition through various North Central College fine arts marketing programs (website, e-mail blasts, on-site recognition, newspaper advertising, etc.) •Listings in the Annual Report, on the College’s website and in event press releases More exciting opportunities and VIP benefits are available at higher levels. For information on underwriting a North Central College fine arts performance please contact Barbara Knuckles, Managing Director of Development and Corporate Relations, at 630-637-5210 or John Holmberg, Assistant Director of Development & Capital Gifts, at 630-637-5218.
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Published on Aug 9, 2011
Published on Aug 9, 2011
1NorthCentralCollege North Central College thanks its Fine and Performing Arts 2010-2011 season event sponsors. The following companies have...