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Where Quality Endures…And New Traditions Begin

A Comedy of Errors with The Acting Company Thursday, February 3, 2011

www.uniontheater.wisc.edu 608-265-ARTS 800 Langdon St., Madison, WI 53706 Wisconsin Union Theater 1


Presented by the Wisconsin Union Directorate Performing Arts Committee, directed this year by Kiley Groose. This program is supported in part by a grant from the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin and the National Endowment for the Arts. Additional support provided by: Dane County Cultural Affairs Commission, ETC, H. Douglas and Elizabeth Weaver Fund for the Performing Arts, Porter and Lou Butts Theater Fund, Wisconsin Union Theater Endowment Fund, Wisconsin Public Radio, and AV Club Presenting partner: University Theatre

UW-Madison students: to join the Wisconsin Union Directorate Performing Arts Committee, and help program our upcoming events, please contact Kiley Groose at kgroose@gmail.com

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MARGOT HARLEY, DIRECTOR

JOE DOWLING, DIRECTOR

THE 2010-2011 TOUR

THE ACTING COMPANY in association with THE GUTHRIE THEATER presents

THE COMEDY OF ERRORS BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE DIRECTED BY IAN BELKNAP The Acting Company is a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) organization. The Acting Company/Guthrie 2010-2011 National Tour is made possible by generous support from Actors’ Equity Foundation, The Arthur Foundation, The Arts Federation, The Axe-Houghton Foundation, The Howard Bayne Fund, The Berlind Foundation, The Broadway League, The Bydale Foundation, The Robert Sterling Clark Foundation, Delta Air Lines, Disney Theatrical Group, The Max and Victoria Dreyfus Foundation, 42nd Street Development Corporation, Agnes Gund Foundation, Jane Harmon Associates, The Dorothea L. Leonhart Foundation, Eli Lilly and Company Foundation, Arthur Loeb Foundation, Lucille Lortel Foundation, Marquis George MacDonald Foundation, Inc., James Starr Moore Foundation, Newman’s Own, Newmark Knight Frank, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, The Laura Pels Foundation, The Morris & Alma Schapiro Fund, The Shubert Foundation, Sony Corporation of America, The Harold & Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust, Dorothy Strelsin Foundation, Thomson Reuters, U.S. Trust Company and other individual, foundation and corporate supporters.

THE ACTING COMPANY TONY® HONOREE FOR EXCELLENCE IN THEATER P.O. Box 898, New York, NY 10108-0898 Phone: 212.258.3111 • Fax: 212.258.3299 E-mail: mail@theactingcompany.org • Website: www.theactingcompany.org

1790 Broadway New York, NY 10019-1412 Tel: 212-841-9500 Fax: 212-841-9744 www.cami.com

This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.

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The Acting Company in Association with the Guthrie Theater presents

The Comedy of Errors by William Shakespeare Set Design Neil Patel Costume Design Candice Donnelly Lighting Design Michael Chybowski Music Composition and Sound Design Fitz Patton Voice and Speech Consultant Andrew Wade Fight Director and Choreographer Felix Ivanoff Text Editing Ian Belknap and Andrew Wade Dramaturgy Carla Steen and Allie Wigley Propmaster Patricia Olive Casting McCorkle Casting, C.S.A. Production Stage Manager Karen Parlato Assistant Stage Manager Meaghan Rosenberger Staff Repertory Director Jesse Jou

Directed by Ian Belknap CAST (in

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Aegon..........................................................................................................................Ray Chapman Duke/Nell/Pinch...................................................................................................Jamie Smithson Jailer/Balthasar/Officer.............................................................................Alejandro Rodriguez First Merchant/Angelo............................................................................................. Sid Solomon Antipholus of Syracuse................................................................................Jonathan C. Kaplan Dromio of Syracuse...................................................................................................John Skelley Dromio of Ephesus...................................................................................... Stephen Pilkington Adriana.................................................................................................................. Whitney Hudson Luciana.......................................................................................................... Elizabeth Stahlmann Antipholus of Ephesus.........................................................................Jason McDowell-Green Second Merchant/Sailor.......................................................................Benjamin Rosenbaum Courtesan............................................................................................................ Elizabeth Grullon Abbess...................................................................................................................Kaliswa Brewster The Comedy of Errors was first performed around 1594 in London, England. This production premiered at The Guthrie Theater on January 8, 2011. Running time: 90 minutes Smoking, eating, drinking, taking pictures and using recording equipment of any kind during the performance are strictly prohibited. Please remember to turn off all electronic devices, such as cellular phones, beepers and watches, prior to and during this performance. 4 Wisconsin Union Theater


D I R E C TO R ’ S N O T E S The Comedy of Errors best characterizes Shakespeare’s fascination with mistaken identity. Shakespeare often employs disguises and gender flip-flops as one of many devices to craft his stories but in The Comedy of Errors this technique is the spine of the play, the center where the characters, setting, and story originate. We can only speculate about Shakespeare’s attraction to mistaken identity but underneath every moment of hilarity in The Comedy of Errors is a person yearning for something or someone. In every instance where a character aches, Shakespeare concocts a game or comedic gag that eases the pain. He blends tragic situations with comedic resolutions. Charlie Chaplin said of Shakespeare, “[His] Laughter is the tonic, the relief, the surcease for pain.” Like many only children, I longed for a sibling so I invented one by telling people that I had an older brother in college. He became real and changed my identity. Oh, the inexplicable joy I felt because I had a brother! Years later, I told my directing teacher of my childhood charade; he responded by giving me a copy of The Comedy of Errors commenting,“I think someone else has played your game, too.” With each page, I quickly identified with two brothers searching for each other and the hilarity of deception became all too familiar. As each character failed to recognize one another, I smiled and thought of “my brother” and wondered if he would be able to recognize me after all of these years. Our identities, real or imagined, always seem to provide comedy as an antidote for the commonplace. – Ian Belknap UNDERSTUDIES Understudies never substitute for listed players unless a specific announcement for the appearance is made at the time of the performance Understudies for The Comedy of Errors Luciana/Courtesan............................................................................................Kaliswa Brewster Balthasar/Pinch........................................................................................................Ray Chapman Adriana/Amelia................................................................................................. Elizabeth Grullon Officer/Jailer/Second Merchant/First Merchant.................................................... Jesse Jou Dromio of Syracuse/Angelo...................................................................Alejandro Rodriguez Antipholus of Syracuse/Duke/Nell...............................................................Ben Rosenbaum Antipholus of Ephesus.......................................................................................Jamie Smithson Dromio of Ephesus/Aegon.................................................................................... Sid Solomon

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TO U R I N G S TA F F Production Manager/Technical Director..............................................Daniel B. Chapman Lighting Director.................................................................................................. Annie Weigand Wardrobe Supervisor............................................................................................Jaclyn M. Hunt Sound Supervisor.............................................................................................. Matthew Gibney Props Supervisor..........................................................................................Sara Jean Swanberg Resident Company Manager.................................................................................Joseph Parks Touring Company Manager.......................................................................................Alyce Stark Scenic Elements by Daedalus Production and Design Sound Equipment by Sound Associates Costumes constructed by Eric Winterling, Inc. Tour Trucking by Clark Transfer Tour Buses by Pioneer Coach Tour Lighting Equipment provided by PRG Tour Accommodations by TourWerks Press Representative, Judy Katz Public Relations Rehearsed at The Guthrie Theater Poster Artwork by Scott McKowen Photography by Michal Daniel Directing Intern: Jesse Bonnell T H E AC T I N G C O M PA N Y Producing Artistic Director.................................................................................... Margot Harley Director of Development and Communications............................................... Gerry Cornez General Manager..........................................................................................................Nancy Cook Associate Artistic Director.........................................................................................Ian Belknap Director of Education..................................................................................................Justin Gallo Design and Communications Coordinator....................................................Paula Raymond Production Manager......................................................................................Daniel B. Chapman Finance Manager........................................................................................... Bernard Rashbaum Producing Assistant................................................................................................. Joseph Parks Development Assistant................................................................................... Rebecca Leifman Education Consultant.............................................................................................. Paul Fontana Board Director for Special Events...............................................................................Jill Edelson Volunteer Services.............................................................................................. Sonya Lee Paulus Interns.........................................................................................Maggie Blumer, Kate Eminger Teaching Artists Justin Adams, Michael Stewart Allen, Jessica Bates, Duane Boutte, Johann Carlo, Christian Conn, Leslie Geraci, Katherine Puma, Thom Rivera, Matt Steiner, Lois Walden Booking Agency CAMI Columbia Artists Management Inc., LLC Certified Public Accountants Acquavella, Chiarelli, Shuster, Berkower & Co., LLP THE ACTING COMPANY operates under an agreement with Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States. The Actors and Stage Managers employed in this production are members of Actors’ Equity Association.

THE ACTING COMPANY is a member of Theatre Communications Group, the national organization for the American theater, and the Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York. 6 Wisconsin Union Theater


T H E AC T I N G C O M PA N Y ( c o n t .)

THE ACTING COMPANY Founded in 1972 by John Houseman and Margot Harley TONY® HONOREE FOR EXCELLENCE IN THEATER America’s foremost nationally touring repertory theater and arts education program The Acting Company… Builds a discerning national audience for the theater by playing exceptional productions on tour nationwide for diverse audiences Educates middle and high school students in under-served and disadvantaged communities that have little or no access to the arts — dramatically increasing students’ confidence, reading levels and achievement Develops the best young American actors by giving them an opportunity to practice their craft in a repertory of classic plays and new works Recipient of a TONY® Honor for Excellence in Theater, The Acting Company has performed 135 productions for millions of people across America while developing the careers of some of America’s finest actors. Noted Alumni include Kevin Kline, Rainn Wilson, Patti LuPone, Jesse L. Martin, Frances Conroy, Jeffrey Wright, David Schramm, Harriet Harris, David Ogden Stiers, Hamish Linklater, Lisa Banes, Henry Stram and Keith David. Its celebrated Education Programs — master classes, workshops and Literacy Through Theater artistic residencies — reach over 30,000 students yearly, particularly those with no other access to arts education and live performances. This season, we present Romeo and Juliet in repertory with The Comedy of Errors, our thirty-first production of Shakespeare’s work. The company will be touring to 32 cities and towns in 20 states across the country. While on tour, we present master classes, student matinees and one-hour, performance-based workshops of Shakespeare for younger audiences. Our Literacy Through Theater program, a weeklong artistic residency, is the centerpiece of our education program. Teaching artists involve students in all aspects of the plays being presented on our tour. They explore writing, communications, poetry, character development and other facets of theater before seeing the production and spending the day with our actors. The Acting Company is a TONY Honoree for Excellence in Theater and has also won the Obie Award, the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award, Citibank’s Excellence in Education Award and two Audelco Awards.

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B I O G R A P H I E S - AC TO R S Kaliswa Brewster Credits: Daughter at Ensemble Studio Theatre, The Iliad and The Comedy of Errors for Aquila Theatre Company’s national tour, Under Milk Wood at Williamstown Theatre Festival, The Learned Ladies for SRT. A native of Seattle, WA and an MFA graduate of American Conservatory Theater, she appeared in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Wendy Play and Intimate Apparel. Ray Chapman returns for his second Acting Company/Guthrie Theater season. Other credits include: The Goodman Theatre, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Denver Center Theatre Company, Actor’s Theatre of Louisville, and Utah Shakespearean Festival, among many others. Film and Television credits include: A League of Their Own and Prison Break. Ray is a native of Butte Creek, MT. Elizabeth Grullon Guthrie Theater: The Secret Fall of Constance Wilde, Writer 1272. Mixed Blood Theater: Somebody/ Nobody, Hijab Tube. Hudson Valley Shakespeare: Pericles, Much Ado About Nothing. A native of Queens, NY she trained at U of MN/Guthrie B.F.A. Actor Training Program, Globe Theater Education, Hudson Valley Shakespeare Internship and London International School of Performing Arts. This is her Acting Company debut. Whitney Hudson Guthrie Theater: A Christmas Carol, When I Was A Ghost; Shakespeare on the Cape: The Tempest, Much Ado About Nothing, The Parade, School for Wives; Wellfleet Harbor Actor’s Theater: The Triumph of Love. A native of Atlantic Beach, FL, she graduated from the University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater BFA Actor Training Program. Jonathan C. Kaplan Nominated for a TONY and won a Theatre World Award at age 11 for Falsettos; other Broadway and Off: Diary of Anne Frank, It Must Be Him, Plaisir D’amour, Rags, Loman Family Picnic. Tour: The Graduate Regional: Irish Rep, Alabama Shakespeare, CATF, Centerstage. Film/TV: What Just Happened, Life with Mikey, L&O SVU, Six Degrees, 8 Wisconsin Union Theater

Babylon 5. From Washington Heights, NY, he graduated Stanford University. Jason McDowell-Green Previously with The Acting Company: Romeo and Juliet. Appeared Off-Broadway: Streamers (Roundabout) Other credits: EGBDF (Town Hall), The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek, Rhinoceros, Antony and Cleopatra, The Man of Mode, Troilus and Cressida, Once in a Lifetime. Directing credits include: Be The Dog (NYFringe), Waiting For Lefty (Williamstown), The Duck Pond (Williamstown). A native of San Francisco, Jason trained at Boston University and LAMDA. Stephen Pilkington Credits include: Pinter’s Mirror (Shakespeare and Company), Nights and Fights, Schemes and Dreams (Public Theater), If I Were Your Superhero (Cherry Lane Theater), Lady Windermere’s Fan (West End, London). Native of Melbourne, Australia, he is an MFA graduate of Northern Illinois University and trained with the Moscow Art Theater, Shakespeare and Company and The National Theater of Romania. Alejandro Rodriguez graduated from The Juilliard School, where he received the Michel St. Denis Prize for outstanding achievement. Professional credits include: L’Histoire du Soldat (Bowdoin Music Festival). First Day (Kitchen Theatre), East Village Chronicles (Metropolitan Playhouse), Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare Festival/LA). A native of Miami, FL, he recently starred in the short film, Lombries. Benjamin Rosenbaum Theater: Guthrie Theater: Macbeth; Gremlin Theatre: The Enemy: Time; University of Minnesota Centennial Showboat: The Count of Monte Cristo; Theatre L’Homme Dieu: You Can’t Take It With You, Biloxi Blues. Film: HOPE. A native of Minneapolis, MN, he received his B.F.A. from University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater Actor Training Program. John Skelley Guthrie: Macbeth, A Christmas Carol, The Importance of Being Earnest, The Two Gentleman of Verona,


B I O G R A P H I E S - AC TO R S A View From The Bridge, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Jane Eyre; Minnesota Fringe Festival: Jurassic Dork (one-man show). Film: Into Temptation. A native of Eden Prairie, MN, he received his B.F.A. from University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater Actor Training Program.

Children’s Theatre Company, Mixed Blood Theatre, among others. TV: Law & Order. Awards: Broadway League Rising Star Award. Training: B.F.A., University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater; High School of Performing Arts, New York. Sid is a native of Brooklyn, NY.

Jamie Smithson Previously with The Acting Company: Romeo and Juliet. Professional credits include Scapin (Mile Square Theatre), A Flea in Her Ear (The Village Playhouse). He also appeared at the Guthrie Lab as part of the Guthrie Experience. A native of Myrtle Beach, SC, he has an MFA from Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts.

Elizabeth Stahlmann Previously with The Acting Company: Romeo and Juliet. Guthrie Theater: A Christmas Carol, The Real Thing, The End; Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival: Twelfth Night, Cymbeline, Shakespeare on the Cape: School for Wives, The Parade, Much Ado About Nothing; Counter Productions/Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater: Insatiable Hunger. A native of New Hope, MN, she’s a Graduate of University of MN/Guthrie Theater BFA Actor Training Program.

Sid Solomon New York: David Lindsay-Abaire’s Snow Angel (LCT Directors Lab). Regional: Florida Stage, Georgia Shakespeare, Minneapolis’

A R T I S T I C A N D P R O D U C T I O N S TA F F Ian Belknap (Director) Associate Artistic Director of The Acting Company (The Lover and The Poet with Kevin Kline and Meryl Streep, The Heart is a Lonely Hunter), he serves as a Pew Charitable Trust New Play Initiative panelist. Off-Broadway and Regional: New York Theatre Workshop, Primary Stages, Guthrie, Philadelphia Theater Company, Center Stage and Baltimore Shakespeare Festival. He has worked on new plays with A.R. Gurney, Jeffrey Hatcher and Rebecca Gilman and apprenticed under several master directors including Mark Lamos and Doug Hughes. Neil Patel (Set Design) Acting Company: Romeo and Juliet, The Heart is a Lonely Hunter, Jane Eyre, Moby Dick, The Tempest, The Spy, Henry V. Mr. Patel has worked extensively on and off Broadway, regionally and for Opera houses around the world. He’s twice been honored with an OBIE for sustained excellence. Neil is Production Designer for HBO’s In Treatment.

Candice Donnelly (Costume Design) Acting Company: Love’s Fire. Broadway: Our Country’s Good, Fences, Hughie, Search and Destroy, Mastergate. OffBroadway/Regional: BAM, Public, Roundabout, New York City Opera, Primary Stages, Cincinnati Playhouse, Guthrie, Williamstown, Alley, Berkley and American Rep, Center Stage, Westport, ACT. A graduate of Yale School of Drama, she has also worked extensively in film and on television. Michael Chybowski (Lighting Design) Acting Company: Romeo and Juliet, Henry V, The Spy, Moby Dick Rehearsed, Tempest, Jane Eyre, Macbeth, Three Musketeers, Turn of the Screw, Two Gentlemen of Verona, Heart Is A Lonely Hunter, Murder By Poe, Richard III. NY: Hair and Hamlet, Lieutenant of Inishmore, Wit, Beckett/ Albee. Hewes, Lortel and Obie recipient for Sustained Excellence, Michael heads Brandeis’ theater lighting program.

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A R T I S T I C A N D P R O D U C T I O N S TA F F ( c o n t .) Fitz Patton (Music Composition and Sound Design) Acting Company: Moby Dick Rehearsed, The Tempest, Jane Eyre, Macbeth and Turn of the Screw. Broadway: As Long as We Both Shall Laugh. Off-Broadway: Barbra’s Wedding, Fighting Words and Modern Orthodox, Lincoln Center, MTC, Playwrights Horizons, The Public, Atlantic, Julliard, The Flea, and NY Stage and Film. Regional: Dallas, Philadelphia, Calshakes, Yale Rep, Ensemble Theater, Long Wharf, Pasadena Playhouse and Pittsburgh Public. Scores for: Amy Irving, Warren Leight and James Lapine. Graduate design degree Yale School of Drama; composition degrees Bard and Vassar Colleges. Felix Ivanoff (Fight Director and Choreographer) Acting Company: Romeo and Juliet, Moby Dick Rehearsed, Macbeth, Three Musketeers. Actor, director and choreographer, he taught at Moscow Art Theatre and Holland’s Academy of Fine Arts. Currently Assistant Professor at Syracuse University’s Drama School, he has taught at Juilliard, SUNY-Purchase, Rutgers, Manhattanville and North Carolina School of the Arts. MFA in acting from Moscow’s Vakhtangov School of Drama. Andrew Wade (Voice and Speech Consultant) Acting Company: Romeo and Juliet, Henry V. Former Head of Voice at Royal Shakespeare Company, Andrew works worldwide with numerous celebrities, movies and theatrical works including Shakespeare in Love and Lord of the Rings, The Musical. He trained at Rose Bruford College of Speech and Drama and is affiliated with The Guthrie and University of Minnesota. Jesse Jou (Staff Repertory Director) New York International Fringe Festival, Kitchen Theatre Company (Ithaca, NY), Yale Cabaret, Fluid Motion Theater and Film and the American 10 Wisconsin Union Theater

Theatre of Actors. Jesse earned an M.F.A in directing from the Yale School of Drama, where he was the artistic director of the 2010 Yale Summer Cabaret. Pat McCorkle, C.S.A. (Casting) Broadway: Lieutenant of Inishmore, Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, Doll’s House and Blood Brothers. Off-Broadway: Almost Maine, Address Unknown, Killer Joe. Film: Ghost Town, Secret Window, Basic, Thomas Crown Affair, 13th Warrior, Madeline and School Ties. Television: Electric Company, 3lbs., Barbershop, Chappelle’s Show, Hack. Karen Parlato (Production Stage Manager) Third tour with The Acting Company. Credits include The Phantom of the Opera (Broadway), Frankenstein, The Fantasticks, and others (Off-Bway). In the last six years she’s been PSM for 18 summer stock musicals. Karen studied directing at NYU/Tisch (BFA). Meaghan Rosenberger (Assistant Stage Manager) Guthrie Experience 2010; Guthrie Theatre: Caretaker, Happy Days and Tiny Kushner: An Evening of Short Plays. Meaghan was the stage management intern for The Acting Company’s Henry V. Graduate of Stephen F. Austin State University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Stage Management. Joe Dowling (Director, Guthrie Theater) has directed more than 35 productions at the Guthrie since 1995, including landmark productions of Shakespeare, Chekhov, Stoppard and Friel. Under Dowling’s leadership, the Guthrie has enjoyed tremendous growth, including the 2006 opening of a new Guthrie on banks of the Mississippi River. Dowling has been artistic director of Ireland’s Abbey Theatre and managing/artistic director of Dublin’s Gaiety Theatre. His American work includes numerous productions in New York and Washington, D.C.


A R T I S T I C A N D P R O D U C T I O N S TA F F ( c o n t .) Margot Harley (Producing Artistic Director, The Acting Company) cofounded The Acting Company with John Houseman. Broadway and Off: Robber Bridegroom, Curse of an Aching Heart, The Cradle Will Rock (also London), Ten by Tennessee, On the Verge and last season’s The Heart is a Lonely Hunter (Doug Hughes dir.) with New York Theatre Workshop. Administrator Juilliard’s Drama Division 1968-80; graduated Sarah Lawrence College, attended LAMDA (Fulbright Scholarship). The Guthrie Theater The Guthrie Theater is one of America’s leading regional theaters and widely recognized as an American center for theater performance, production and professional training. Headed by Joe Dowling, Director, the Guthrie has built one of the finest multistage theater centers of our time including a classic thrust for grand scale classics, a proscenium for more intimate productions and a studio for developing new works.

In 1982, the Guthrie received a Tony Award acknowledging its outstanding contribution to the American Theater. The Acting Company Hundreds of extraordinary actors – Kevin Kline, Patti LuPone, Rainn Wilson, Jesse L. Martin, Frances Conroy, David Ogden Stiers, Harriet Harris, David Schramm, Jeffrey Wright, Keith David, Roslyn Ruff, Stephen DeRosa, Tom Hewitt, Lisa Banes and Hamish Linklater – began their careers touring with The Acting Company, which has brought 135 productions to millions of people in 48 states and ten foreign countries. Last year, the Company reached 70,000 people touring to 48 cities in 20 states and provided a full range of arts education programs to 30,000 students, most in disadvantaged school systems. Founded in 1972 by Oscarwinning actor, director, producer John Houseman and current Producing Artistic Director, Margot Harley, The Acting Company has been honored with TONY, Obie, Audelco and Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Awards.

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Saturday February 5 8 pm

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Friday February 11 8 pm

Mon & Tues February 14 & 15 7:30 pm

Fete de Louisiane! Steve Riley and the Cuba – A Road Journey Mamou Playboys, Cedric from Havana to Santiago Watson and Bijou Creole with Marlin Darrah Great Hall Dance Party!

Saturday February 19 8 pm

Thursday February 17 7:30 pm

Hilary Hahn, violin with Valentina Lisitsa, Piano

Mon & Tues March 21 & 22 7:30 pm

East African Safari with Rick Ray

Gaelic Storm

Thursday March 10 8 pm

Acoustic Africa with Habib Koite, Oliver Mtukudzi and Afel Bocoum

Tuesday March 22 7:30 pm Mills Hall Keyboard Conversations © with Jeffrey Siegel Paris -1911! A Century Celebration

Friday, April 8 8 pm

Isthmus Jazz Series

Dianne Reeves

ALSO THIS SEASON! Neale-Silva Young Artists Competition Winners Recital Sunday, April 17, 12:30pm

Jeremy Denk, Piano Thursday, April 21, 7:30pm

Discovering the Dutch with Sandy Mortimer Mon. & Tues., April 25 & 26, 7:30pm

Isthmus Jazz Festival Friday-Saturday, June 3-4

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