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The North Plan by Jason Wells

Cast Kate Buddeke*.............................................................................. Tanya Tom Hickey..................................................................................Pitman Brian King............................................................................................ Lee Lucy Sandy..................................................................................Shonda Kevin Stark.................................................................................. Carlton Will Zahrn*...............................................................................Swenson Crew Director**................................................................... Kimberly Senior Scenic Design***.............................................................Jack Magaw Lighting Design........................................................... Scott Pillsbury Costume Design....................................................... Elizabeth Fauto Properties Design..........................................................Jenny Pinson Sound Design........................................................................ Rick Sims Chris Rickett..................................................... Fight Choreographer Stage Manager*.........................................................Jonathan Nook Rehearsal Stage Manager*................................... Dennis Conners * Denotes member of Actors’ Equity Association, the union of professional stage managers in the United States. ** Denotes member of Stage Directors and Choreographers society *** Denotes Member of United Scenic Artists Thanks to The Saints for providing ushers for the performances. Theater Wit thanks its generous supporters, which include the Gaylord & Dorothy Donnelley Foundation, the Alphawood Foundation, and the James S. Kemper Foundation. Additionally, this program is partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency. Theatre Wit 1

BIOGR APHIES KATE BUDDEKE (Tanya) is a proud member of American Blues Theater, where she was last seen in RANTOUL & DIE and TOBACCO ROAD. She has appeared in many Chicago area shows including THE NEW ELECTRIC BALLROOM, ERIC LARUE AND BUG (A Red Orchid Theatre), SUPERIOR DONUTS at Steppenwolf and DEATH OF A SALESMAN, MILL FIRE, DANCING AT LUGHNASA, THE ICEMAN COMETH (The Goodman). She has a couple of Jeff Awards and has appeared on Broadway in: Superior Donuts, A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE, GYPSY, DEATH OF A SALESMAN and CAROUSEL. Her film and TV credits include THE SOPRANOS, LAW & ORDER C.I., THE FLIGHT OF THE CONCHORDS, PAYBACK, THE LAST NEW YORKER, and CHOKING MAN. She sang The National Anthem at Wrigley Field, solo, twice. LUCY SANDY (Shonda) is trilled to be part of the cast of THE NORTH PLAN at Theatre Wit .  Her Chicago credits include: LETTERS HOME (Griffin Theatre); GIRL WITH THE SUN IN HER EYES; (Pine Box Theatre); A TWIST OF WATER (Route 66); ECLIPSED (us Northlight Theatre); A MID SUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM (Arc Theatre Company). Lucy received her MFA from The Theatre School at DePaul University class of 2010. Many thanks to her friends and family for the love and support. KEVIN STARK (Carlton) was most recently seen in FESTEN at Steep Theatre.  Prior favorite productions include: HOW TO DISAPPEAR COMPLETELY AND NEVER BE FOUND/Mary-Arrchie, NEW ORLEANS/The Side Project, ANOTHER DAY IN THE EMPIRE/Blacksheep, THE VIOLET HOUR/ Steppenwolf, and THE CIDERHOUSE RULES at Famous Door. Thanks to all involved, including you, for supporting Chicago Theatre.

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WILL ZAHRN (Chief Swenson) is pleased to be working at Theater Wit for the first time. He was last seen in American Theater Company’s THE BIG MEAL, which won the Jeff Award for Best Ensemble Acting. He was a member of The Remains Theater Ensemble back in the day. Other theaters include Steppenwolf, Albert Goodman, American Blues, Next, Milwaukee Rep, Weston Playhouse, and Utah Shakespeare Festival. Mr. Zahrn’s film work includes THE DARK KNIGHT, L.A. CONFIDENTIAL, THE CLIENT, IRONWEED and THE UNTOUCHABLES. TOM HICKEY (Pittman) is very happy to be back in THE NORTH PLAN, which he also appeared in during Steppenwolf’s First Look Repertory in 2010. He was most recently seen in A BRIGHT NEW BOISE with LiveWire.  He is a company member for Strawdog Theatre, where he has appeared in CONQUEST OF THE SOUTH POLE, THE MASTER AND MARGARITA, UNCLE VANYA, CHERRY ORCHARD, ARISTOCRATS, PUNTILA AND MATTI, DETECTIVE STORY, JULIUS CAESAR, and MEASURE FOR MEASURE.  Other Chicago credits include the following: The Pillowman (Redtwist), THIEVES LIKE US and VALENTINE VICTORIOUS (House Theatre), SCENES FROM THE BIG PICTURE (Seanachai Theatre Company), THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO (Remy Bumppo), BOOK OF DAYS (Steep Theatre) and BACK OF THE THROAT (Silk Road).  In the upcoming summer, he will be back in the Steppenwolf Garage for LIFE AND LIMB, part of the Next Up Repertory. BRIAN KING (Bob Lee) is extremely excited to be in his first show at Theater Wit. Favorite stage credits include FAIR USE (Steppenwolf ), THE NORTH PLAN (Steppenwolf ), LOW HANGING FRUIT (Second City Skybox Theatre). Television credits include PRISON BREAK, LEVERAGE, DETROIT 1-8-7 and BOSS. Film credits include STASH, SUGAR, and the upcoming SUPERMAN: MAN OF STEEL (2013). Endless thanks and love to my family and friends for their unwavering support. 

B I O G R A P H I E S ( c o n t. ) SADIE ROGERS (Understudy, Tanya) is a Chicago-based actor and folk singer. A proud company member at Trap Door Theatre, she was most recently seen in HAMLETMACHINE, which was headed to France for a four-city tour in April, and ME TOO, I AM CATHERINE DENEUVE. Recent film credits include Stephen Cone›s THE CHRISTANS, IN MEMORIAM AND THE WISE KIDS, as well as his forthcoming BLACK BOX, for which she also serves as Associate Producer. She is a graduate of the School at Steppenwolf Class of 2008 and is represented by Paonessa Talent.

a commission from Manhattan Theatre Club and the Sloan Foundation. Like TORTUGA, it debuted at Steppenwolf and went on to its official world premiere at the Asolo. In 2010, it was a finalist for the American Theatre Critics Association’s Steinberg/New Play Award, and won the ATCA M. Elizabeth Osborn Award. Both MEN OF TORTUGA and PERFECT MENDACITY are published through Samuel French, Inc. THE NORTH PLAN debuted at First Look in 2010, and just completed its official world premiere run at Portland Center Stage in Portland, Oregon. Jason is also an actor with numerous TV, film, and stage credits.

JENNIFER GLASSE (Understudy, Shonda) is thrilled to be working with Theater Wit, Kimberly Senior, and such an amazing cast and crew! She is a graduate from The School at Steppenwolf Theatre and The Conservatory at Act One Studios.Most recently, she was seen in Pavement Group’s AMUSE BOUCHE. Jennifer would like to thank her family including her Mom, Grandma, close friends, and mentors for all their love and support. Above all, she’d like to thank God for giving her the strength to Dream Big and Dream Fierce!

KIMBERLY SENIOR (Director) is a Chicago based freelance director. Chicago credits include: WANT, THE NORTH PLAN (Steppenwolf Theatre Co.), MADAGASCAR, THE OVERWHELMING AND THE BUSY WORLD IS HUSHED (Next), WAITING FOR LEFTY (American Blues), OLD TIMES, THE CONQUEST OF THE SOUTH POLE, UNCLE VANYA, CHERRY ORCHARD, THREE SISTERS, FUDDY MEERS, and KNIVES IN HENS (Strawdog Theatre), BAD DATES AND MOUSE COP (Fox Valley Repertory), BUG AND THE PILLOWMAN (Redtwist Theatre), THIEVES LIKE US (The House Theatre), ALL MY SONS AND DOLLY WEST’S KITCHEN (TimeLine Theatre) among others. Regional: A FEW GOOD MEN (Peninsula Players), MAURITIUS (Theatre Squared, Fayetteville, AR). Upcoming: DISGRACED (American Theater Company), THE NORTH PLAN (Theater Wit), AFTER THE REVOLUTION (Next) and CRIPPLE OF INISHMAAN (Redtwist).  Kimberly is an Artistic Associate at Next Theatre, Strawdog Theatre, and Chicago Dramatists.

BRADFORD R. LUND (Understudy) Chicago and regional credits include WAITING FOR LEFTY (American Blues Theatre), THE INVASION OF SKOKIE (Chicago Dramatists), MAURITIUS (TheatreSquared), ASSASSINS (Porchlight), TWELFTH KNIGHT (First Folio Shakespeare), ALL MY SONS and NOT ENOUGH AIR (TimeLine Theatre, u/s), DISGRACED (ATC, u/s), THE PHILADELPHIA STORY (Remy Bumppo, u/s), GAUDY NIGHT (Lifeline Theatre), AN IDEAL HUSBAND (Non-Equity Jeff nomination: Best Supporting Actor), DESIGN FOR LIVING, HAY FEVER, ESCANABA IN LOVE, THE JUDAS KISS (Circle Theatre), and PRAIRIE LIGHTS (Stage Left). Bradford is a proud graduate of the School at Steppenwolf and the Second City Conservatory. He received a B.F.A in Acting from Wright State University. JASON WELLS (Playwright) gained recognition with his first play, MEN OF TORTUGA. It had a critically-acclaimed debut at Steppenwolf Theatre’s First Look Repertory of New Work, went on to have a successful run at the Asolo Repertory Theatre in Sarasota, and returned to Chicago for a production at Profiles Theatre. It has also received productions at Apollinaire Theatre Company in Massachusetts; Furious Theatre Company in Pasadena; Purple Heart Theatre in Dublin, Ireland; and Street Corner Arts in Austin. Jason’s second play, PERFECT MENDACITY, was

JACK MAGAW (Scenic Design) previously designed SPIN for Theater Wit. Other Chicago and regional theatre design credits include DISGRACED (American Theatre Company); BROKE (Alliance Theatre); CIRCLE MIRROR TRANSFORMATION (Repertory Theatre of St. Louis); GEE’S BEND (Cincinnati Playhouse); SAMUEL J & K (Steppenwolf Theatre Co.); SIZWE BANZI IS DEAD and HOME (Court Theatre); ECLIPSED (Northlight Theatre); A FEW GOOD MEN and THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST (Peninsula Players Theatre); IN THE NEXT ROOM (Victory Gardens Theater); THE CARETAKER (Writers Theatre); CABARET and A FLEA IN HER EAR (Kansas City Repertory); and BUG (Redtwist Theatre), which he co-directed and designed with Kimberly Senior. He received Joseph Jefferson Award nominations for PICNIC and BUS STOP (Writers’ Theatre), FENCES (Court Theatre) and SEVEN GUITARS (Congo Square Theatre). Upcoming projects include I JUST Theatre Wit 3

B I O G R A P H I E S ( c o n t. ) STOPPED BY TO SEE THE MAN (Alliance Theatre) and THE WHIPPING MAN (Kansas City Repertory). Jack lives in Evanston with director Kimberly Senior and teaches design at both DePaul and Northwestern universities. SCOTT PILLSBURY (Lighting Design) arrived in Chicago in 2000. He’s designed or assisted for several different theaters and dance companies:  Albany Park Theater Project, Ballet Chicago, Beverly Theatre Guild, BoHo Theatre, Collaboraction, Five Star Productions, GI Alliance, Gift Theatre, Neo Futurists, Prevail Dance Company, Prologue Theatre, Pure Renditionz, Shapeshifters, Strange Tree, Theatre of Western Springs and Theatre Wit.  Films:  DEAD IN THE WATER, LAC DU FLAMBEAU, SOMETHING TO EAT, TAPIOCA AND MEASURE. ELIZABETH FLAUTO (Costume Design) is currently designing ENRON (Timeline Theatre). In Chicago, she has designed AFTER THE REVOLUTION (Next Theatre, Spring 2012), SNAPSHOTS (Northlight Theatre), WAITING FOR LEFTY (American Blues Theatre), FIRST LOOK REPERTORY OF NEW WORKS 2010 (Steppenwolf Theatre), LOST BOYS OF SUDAN (Victory Gardens), FARRAGUT NORTH, AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE, HERE WHERE IT’S SAFE, LEAPFEST 6 (Stage Left Theatre), FUNNY GIRL (Drury Lane), MARRIED ALIVE (Noble Fool Theatricals���������������������� and Fox Valley Repertory), JOHN AND JEN (Apple Tree Theatre).  New York: BURNT PART BOYS (Playwrights Horizons); SECRETS OF A SOCCER MOM (Jerry Orbach Theatre and Snapple Center); CAPTAIN LOUIE (York Theatre, Little Shubert).  Also designed for Hope Summer Repertory Theatre (Holland, MI) and Barrington Stage Company (Pittsfield, MA). Member United Scenic Artists 829. Love to K. RICK SIMS (Sound Design) is an artistic associate of Lookingglass Theatre Company and an associate designer with Aria Music Designs (Ray Nardelli and Josh Horvath). Credits include the following: TRUST, ICARUS, BROTHERS KARAMAZOV, and the Jeff-nominated WOODEN BREEKS AND THE SHAGGS (Lookingglass); PICNIC (Writer’s Theatre); GARY (Boston Playwrights and Steppenwolf ); HUCK FINN, FIRST LOOK 2010, and A SEPARATE PEACE (Steppenwolf ); COLORED MUSEUM (BTAA nomination), SANCTIFIED, ST JAMES INFIRMARY, TALENTED TENTH (BTAA nomination), NATIVITY 2010, and BLACK NATIVITY 2008 (Congo Square); SOMEBODY LOVES YOU MR. HATCH 4 Theatre Wit

(Lifeline); COMPANY, THE HOSTAGE, BE MORE CHILL, and LITTLE BROTHER (Griffin); TRUE WEST AND TOP DOG UNDERDOG and WELCOME TO ARROYO’S (American Theatre Company); CAROLINE OR CHANGE (Court Theatre); HOLLOWLANDS (Steep Theatre); 12 ANGRY MEN (Raven Theatre); SWEET CHARITY, GOODBYE GIRL (Drury Lane); THE ATTEMPTERS AND THE MAGNIFICENTS at House Theatre; WEDDING PLAY at About Face; FOUR PLACES (Victory Gardens); and ICARUS (Getty and Lookingglass). Other Credits: Rick also wrote the book, music and lyrics for Lookingglass’ HILLBILLY ANTIGONE. He also composed music for UP AGAINST IT, VANISHING TWIN, HER NAME WAS DANGER, and WEST. JENNY PINSON (Properties Designer) graduated from The Theatre School of DePaul University with a BFA in Theatre Technology in 2006.  Jenny has been the Properties Designer for Redtwist Theatre’s productions of BUG and THAT FACE, Oakton Community College›s productions of A FLEA IN HER EAR, M. BUTTERFLY, and HARVEST, Drury Lane Oakbrook’s production of HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL, Route 66›s production of HIGH FIDELITY: THE MUSICAL, and TUTA’s production of UNCLE VANYA.  She was the Assistant Properties Designer for The American Theatre Company’s production of DISGRACED, Drury Lane Oakbrook›s production of THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE and The University of Chicago›s production of ROSE TATTOO.  She was the Properties Coordinator for The University of Chicago›s production of THESE SHINING LIVES and SEXUAL PERVERSITY IN CHICAGO.  Jenny was also the Properties Master at Emerald City Theatre Company for their 2009-2010 season and for three shows during their 2008-2009 season.  This is her first show at Theater Wit. CHRIS RICKETT (Fight Choreographer) is proud to be in THE NORTH PLAN, his third collaboration with director Kimberly Senior.  Previous productions include WAITING FOR LEFTY (American Blues Theater) and the co-fight direction of Redtwist Theatre’s BUG (with Derek Gaspar).  He is an Actor Combatant with the Society of American Fight Directors and is also a proud member of the MFA ‘11 Acting ensemble of The Theatre School at DePaul.   JONATHAN NOOK (Stage Manager) is absolutely delighted to be working on THE NORTH PLAN again and with Theater Wit for the first time. Other stage management credits include INVISIBLE MAN, ORLANDO,

B I O G R A P H I E S ( c o n t. ) SIZWE BANZI IS DEAD, THE YEAR OF MAGICAL THINKING, MA RAINEY’S BLACK BOTTOM, AND THE PIANO LESSON (Court Theatre), WANT, NO SUGAR TONIGHT with Jeff Garlin, ANIMALS OUT OF PAPER, THE NORTH PLAN, SEX WITH STRANGERS, and THE 3RD AND 4TH ANNUAL FIRST LOOK REPERTORY OF NEW WORK (Steppenwolf), WAITING FOR LEFTY (American Blues Theater), and RADIO MACBETH (Court/SITI). He has also worked with American Players Theatre and Milwaukee Chamber Theatre. DENNIS CONNERS (Rehearsal Stage Manager) is grateful to join this awesome project and talented group of artists. Previous Chicago credits include THE HOUDINI BOX, GOODNIGHT MOON������  ����� (Chicago Children›s Theater); ETHAN FROME, PETER PAN: A PLAY; LOOKINGGLASS ALICE; FEDRA: QUEEN OF HAITI; and THE ARABIAN NIGHTS (Lookingglass Theatre Company); WHAT ONCE WE FELT (About Face Theatre); DANGEROUS BEAUTY, IN THE BUBBLE (American Music Theatre

Project); CLAY (Lookingglass and About Face co-production). For this production, he originally produced and stage managed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and has since stage-managed at the Kirk Douglas Theatre, Kansas City Rep, and Lincoln Center Theater. Dennis is a proud graduate of Northwestern University where he serves as both an occasional adjunct lecturer in Stage Management and a stage management mentor.  NATE SILVER (Asst. Director) is thrilled to be working with Kimberly Senior and Theater Wit. His Chicago directing credits include Caryl Churchill’s FAR AWAY (Winterfall Chicago) and Tyler Dean’s Run-of-the-Mill (CUT). In New York he assisted Elise Thoron on COUNTY OF KINGS (Public Theater); and wrote, developed, and directed the National Student Leadership Conference’s Summer Theater Program. He is currently working on a re-mount of his stage adaptation of Jonathan Lynn’s CLUE, an interactive murder mystery based on the popular feature film. Nate is a proud graduate of Vassar College.

T H E AT E R W I T ’ S 2 011-12 S E A S O N DECEMBER The Santaland Diaries by David Sedaris (adapted by Joe Montello) Our holiday classic returns for it’s 8th straight year, once again starring Mitchell Fain who played to rave reviews and soldout houses in 2009. Don’t miss what Time Out Chicago calls “a martini-flavored antidote to Christmas cheer.” A celebration of the desperation of unemployment, the insanity of Christmas shopping and the ineffable “cheer” of the holiday spirit. FEBRUARY The North Plan by Jason Wells What would ordinary Americans do if the U.S. government fell into tyranny? Quentin Tarantino meets All the President’s Men in Jason Wells’ The North Plan. In a small-town Missouri jailhouse, a federal bureaucrat is desperate to escape in order to thwart an unspecified constitutional crisis. To acheive this goal, he’ll need a drunk, a laptop, and guns. Many, many guns. In 2010 Wells’ dark political satire was hailed by the Chicago Tribune as “the most promising and provocative of the stimulating, three play First Look Repertory of New Work at Steppenwolf.” Theater Wit is excited to give The North Plan its first professional Chicago Production, to be helmed by acclaimed director Kimberly Senior. APRIL Tigers Be Still by Kim Rosenstock Tigers Be Still is a savagely funny dark comedy about a young woman who stops being a total disaster and gets her life back on track. Sherry is a recent graduate with a master’s degree in art therapy. But like so many 20-somethings who find themselves back at home, she is unemployed, overwhelmed and dealing with her crazy family. Things begin to brighten up when she gets hired as a high school art teacher and if only the principal would leave his rifle at home, her sister would get off the couch, her mother would come downstairs, her first patient would do just one of his art therapy assignments, and someone would catch the damned tiger that just escaped from the local zoo, everything would be perfect. Theatre Wit 5

MISSION: SMART ART Theater Wit dedicates itself to producing plays that address contemporary issues with humor and intelligence. With groundbreaking new plays and classic works, Theater Wit seeks to engage its audiences with wit and wisdom. Now a year at our newly renovated 3 theater complex, Theater Wit strives to create a welcoming and professional home for the neighborhood to experience Chicago’s diversely talented theater scene. M O R E T H E AT E R . M O R E ! ! ! Take full advantage of all the productions and companies at Theater Wit MEMBERSHIP With a Theater Wit Membership, you can see as many plays as you want, year round, for $36/month: »» Reserve a seat at any production in our facility. Do it in advance or just drop by on impulse. »» Free ticket exchanges and replacement tickets. »» Attend as many different shows as you want each month. Come once, twice or five times a week at no additional charge. »» No initiation or startup fee, but members must agree to a three-month minimum. »» Twice a year, bring a friend for free. FLEXPASS Theater Wit’s FlexPass allows you see anything in the building at a dramatically reduced price: »» Your FlexPass gives you 10 tickets for any shows at Theater Wit to be used any way you want for only $200. See 10 shows, go on 5 dates or just bring your 9 closest friends with you to a show. »» After ordering, you get a card in the mail within a week with your FlexPass code which can be used online, over the phone or at the box office.

T H I S S P R I N G AT T H E AT E R W I T Griffin Theatre Punk Rock January 14 – March 11 Stage Left Theatre The Fisherman February 18 – April 1 Theatre Mir The Sea March 17 – April 15 6 Theatre Wit

New Millennium Theatre Company We are Wyld Stallyns April 1 – April 22 Bohemian Theatre Ensemble The Rainmaker April 6 – May 6

Theater Wit Tigers Be Still April 26 – May 3 Stage Left Theatre Leapfest 9 May 15 – June 3 The Strangetree Group Goodbye Cruel World June 13 – July 22

WitRESIDENCE PROVIDING A HOME TO CHICAGO’S THEATERS Each season, Theater Wit offers its space to one or more companies to produce in year round. The WitRESIDENCE program combines the principles of a cooperative and a traditional rental house to create a more cohesive, professional, and efficient nonprofit environment. In its facility, Theater Wit will play host to other Chicago theater companies on a minimum two-year basis. The resident companies will volunteer their time for space maintenance, share audience development initiatives, and gain a home under one roof. Meet our resident companies for 2011-2012!

B O H E M I A N T H E AT R E E N S E M B L E BoHo Theatre’s mission is to create theatre that incorporates the arts as a whole — Art for art’s sake. BoHo’s vision is to challenge convention through literary originality and eclectic expression while fostering an ever-evolving artistic environment in which people are inspired to learn, think, dream, and feel. To teach others and ourselves how to expand, create, and present art through theatre while reveling not only in the process, but also in the journey. BoHo’s season is chosen to highlight and explore the four bohemian pillars of Truth, Beauty, Freedom, and Love. Four shows, four pillars (and maybe a holiday musical thrown in for good measure!)

S TAG E L E F T T H E AT R E Stage Left Theatre’s mission is to develop and produce plays that inspire debate about political and social topics. We focus on presenting complicated issues in the context of an engaging story, without prescribing a single point of view. We attempt to spark respectful debate about the issues most relevant to our community, and activate audiences to continue those conversations beyond the walls of the theatre. Stage Left also works to inspire playwrights to address political and social themes through our Downstage Left new work development program.

N E W M I L L E N N I U M T H E AT R E C O M PA N Y New Millennium produces a varied season which focuses on new and nontraditional approaches to theater. They create plays geared to audiences who have been reluctant to attend traditional theatre offerings, producing shows that are fun and relevant to today’s complex audiences.

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T H E AT E R W I T D O N O R S Over $5000 Arts Work Fund Gaylord & Dorothy Donnelley Foundation James S. Kemper Foundation The Penniston Family Foundation The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation PAV John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Bruce & Sandy Wechsler $1000-$5000 Paul Danao Alan, Hedy, Roger, Eric and Julie Daniel Todd & Brandy Goldberg Tom Lally The Saints Kathryn Stieber Jeremy Wechsler $500-$999 Russell Ainsworth Anne Larson & Josh Vincent Lysaught Consulting Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Morris Art Murphy Susie & Rick Rieser The Saints $250-$499 Steve & Rose Owen Paczolt Insurance Neal Smyth & Martha Christensen Trent Zilmer / Z-Build design

$100-$249 Debra Chesnin • Nancy & Vito Coletto • Cooper’s • Monina Danao • Helmut & Elfie Freudenthaller • Joe Goodkin & Andrea Carr • Patrick Harmon • Jean Hornewer • Peter & Leighann King • James Kinoshita • Todd Labinksy • John Lahti • Mimi Lutwak & Steve Fitzgerald • Bridget A. Maile • Kevin Metke • Steve & Kelly Paczolt • Steve & Lizanne Phalen • Jeffrey & Penny Rappin • Lucius Reese • Carol Stanley -Robbins • Jessica Turner • Jill Webb & Neil Gustafson $99 and under Greg Bach • Sharon Bergen • Erica Beringer • Johnpaul Cafiero • Sandra Carter • Claire Curley • Derek Czaplews • Daisy Danao • Russell Demers • Eleanor Deleth • Helene Domash • Caitlin Fergus • Arnie Flank • Sam Franke • Aparna Ghosh • Janice Goldstein • Ann Gallucci • Alan Hirsch • Suzanne Holden • Arnold Kasemsarn • Arlene Kelly • Roger Kiley • Peter King • Amanda Kulczews • Robert Lannin • Joan Lovell • Guadalupe Loyd • Sheila Monahan • Greg Morelli • Helen Moshak • Richard Murphy • Lindsey Pearlman • Corey Perry • Flor Pinho • Georgene Pope • Terry Quinn • James Radke • Hugh Riley • Gay Roberts • Peter C. Robinson • Martin Ryan • Dorothy Smith • Troy Smith • Carla Tcruz • Jeff Todd • Meg Tortorello • Bret Tuomi • Damayan Vasudevan • denise Wilkinson • Anthony Williams • Joe Zarrow

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