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MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY’S J. WILLIAM AND MARY DIEDERICH COLLEGE OF COMMUNICATION DIGITAL MEDIA AND PERFORMING ARTS MARQUETTE THEATRE DEBRA KRAJEC, ARTISTIC DIRECTOR PRESENTS

By Deborah Brevoort November 8 – 18, 2012 Directed by Debra Krajec Scenic Design by Lex Gernon, ‘13 Costume Design by Bridget Rzymski, ‘14 Lighting Design by Jordan Kardasz Sound Design and Music Composition by John Gallagher The Women of Lockerbie is presented by special arrangement with Dramatist Play Service, Inc., New York. The Women of Lockerbie was originally produced in New York City by the New Group and Women’s Project & Productions with the assistance of the Fund for New American Plays, a project of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts with the support of Countrywide Home Loans and the Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation in cooperation with the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities. The Play was developed at New Dramatists, Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center, Shenandoah International Playwright’s Retreat, Geva Theatre, Oregon Shakespeare Festival and the Bay Area Playwright’s Festival. It was the Silver Medal recipient in the Onassis International Playwriting Competition. The Theatre Arts Program is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Theatre (NAST). The Women of Lockerbie

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CAST LIST The Women of Lockerbie Madeline Livingston........................................................................................................................................ Amy Burzak Olive................................................................................................................................................................. Katie Callahan Woman 1................................................................................................................................................................ Sarah Best Woman 2........................................................................................................................................................ Brittany Green Hattie................................................................................................................................................................ Ava Thomann Bill Livingston..........................................................................................................................Michael Cienfuegos-Baca George Jones........................................................................................................................................................ Ben Braun The Women of Lockerbie runs without intermission. The videotaping or other video or audio recording of this production is strictly prohibited.

D I R E C TO R ’ S N O T E S How is it possible to go on living after a terrible, horrible, violent loss? What possible answers can there be to questions asked: “How could this happen to me?”“How can there be such hatred in the world?”“What did I, what did they, do to deserve this?”“Why, God?” How do you find a reason to go on living, a salve for the pain, the energy to care ever again after someone you loved has been killed in a terrible act of violence? Those affected by the Pan Am 103 disaster have asked themselves these questions and thousands more since that night in December, 1988, when terrible fire rained down on the town of Lockerbie, Scotland after the terrorist’s bomb exploded and broke the plane apart. All 259 aboard and 11 residents of Lockerbie were killed. Thousands more in our country have felt the rage, shock and pain of losing loved ones due to senseless acts of hatred in our country since 1988, and millions around the globe certainly have. The universal feelings of grief, pain and anger know no geographical or political bounds. We are all human. All of us feel similar feelings when we experience loss. A topic like this was too immense and horrible to be served by a realistic play format, so playwright Deborah Brevoort chose the style of an ancient Greek tragedy to tell the story of The Women of Lockerbie. Indeed, there are many similarities between this play and classics such as The Trojan Women, where women, affected by the violent acts of men, seek to find their way out of pain and suffering and survive. A realistic depiction of the Pan Am 103 crash and its aftermath would be too much for us to bear, I think. But in this play, where we meet a grieving husband and wife whose son died in the explosion, we can find much to relate to and empathize with. And hopefully, also find a way to understand the need for forgiveness and letting go of hatred. The characters in this fictional play based on historic facts have one thing in common: they all have had their lives ripped apart by loss. They each are in different stages in their grief, and in Deborah Brevoort’s beautifully crafted play, they search for a way out of the valley of sadness on this December night 7 years after the crash. The actual women of Lockerbie chose to assuage their own grief by helping others that were affected, to give the victims’ families something to help them through their grief. They did a simple and self-less act: they washed the clothes of the victims, scattered over the countryside and village streets, and gave them back to the families to help them find closure. “Hatred will not have the last word in Lockerbie.” The character Olive says at the end of this play. In this small way, they find a way to leave hatred behind and carry on. Debra Krajec

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CAST BIOGR APHIES Sarah Best (Woman 1) This is Sarah’s first mainstage production here at Marquette University, and she couldn’t be more thrilled. Sarah is a sophomore and a Theatre Arts major, working on a minor in broadcasting. You may have seen her as Agnus in the MUPS production, Bug. When she’s not busy around the theater, you can find her at Starbucks studying, hanging with her sorority sisters, or in one of the dining halls. She’d like to thank her friends and family for their unwavering support and encouragement. She’d also like to thank everyone involved in this production, especially Deb, for this wonderful opportunity. Enjoy the show! Ben Braun (George Jones) Ben is a junior here at Marquette University studying to double major in Corporate Communications and Theater Arts with an emphasis in performance. This will be his fourth appearance performing on the mainstage with past roles as Daniel from The Beaux’ Stratagem, Lizard from A Year With Frog and Toad, and Sgt. “Froggy” LaSueur in the most recent production of The Foreigner. Offstage, Ben has been active with the technical side of the theater taking charge as master electrician during the production of Comedy of Errors. Ben also took a semester to be a cast member and perform at Walt Disney World as a character/parade performer during the Disney College Internship program during the 2011 season. He would like to thank his parents and siblings for all their love and support over the years including his brothers of the Delta Chi fraternity and his fellow cast and crew members. Ben hopes you enjoy this beautiful production and thanks you for joining us this evening. Amy Burzak (Madeline Livingston) Amy is a junior at Marquette University. This is her first mainstage production, and she is very excited and thankful to have gotten the chance to work with her fellow cast, crew, and director. Last year she played the title character in How Gertrude Stormed the Philosopher’s Club in the One-Act Play Festival sponsored by Marquette University Players Society. Amy previously studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York. She would also like to thank her mother for bringing her up with the theater: I have no idea what my life would be without this.

Katie Callahan (Olive) Katie is a junior double majoring in Theatre Arts and Broadcast and Electronic Communication. She has previously been seen in Marquette’s productions of The Foreigner, Holy Days, The Laramie Project and A Year with Frog and Toad. Katie is thrilled to be working on such a moving show. She would like to thank her director Deb Krajec for challenging her and for providing her with excellent advice. Katie would also like to thank her friends and family for their love and support. Michael Cienfuegos-Baca (Bill Livingston) This is Michael’s first show here at Marquette University, and he is absolutely ecstatic to have been casted as a freshman and to be a part of this amazing cast. His favorite roles include Otto Frank from The Diary of Anne Frank and Grandpa from You Can’t Take it with you. He would like to thank is family for being so supportive and he hopes you enjoy the show. Brittany Green (Woman 2) Brittany is a senior, studying Theatre Arts and History. She was last seen in The Comedy of Errors as Duke Solinus and Defying Gravity as Donna, for which she was nominated for an Irene Ryan Award with KCACTF. She would like to thank God for the opportunities He has given her her mother for teaching her that humility is key, and Marquette University’s Theatre Department for being her rock. Enjoy the show! Ava Thomann (Hattie) Ava is extremely grateful to be given the opportunity to be a part of her second mainstage performance here at Marquette. She is a sophomore double majoring in Theater Arts and Public Relations. Ava was last seen as a townsperson in The Foreigner and has appeared in MUPS shows as well. She also completed an internship at the Milwaukee Chamber Theater this past summer. Ava would like to thank Deb for being brave enough to include her in this cast and all of her brilliant work, Maureen Kilmurry for her help with the dialect, the cast and crew for their unconditional patience and outstanding work, and finally her family and friends for their continuous encouragement. Enjoy the show!

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SCENIC DESIGN CONCEPT When I found out I would be designing the set for The Women of Lockerbie, I was really excited. I was studying in Spain and took a weekend vacation to Lockerbie. Just 20 minutes outside of England, it is not as Scottish as we Americans might typically jump to. The town is small, and everybody has accents, but it is by no means in the highlands of Scotland with giant slopes and gaping valleys. The main hill in Lockerbie is actually only about a 20 minute walk from town center to the top. But even on these “small” hills, there is a sense of huge openness and an expanse. There is nothing but grass. The hills go off and meet the sky, a heavy blanket of clouds. With that in mind, we wanted to create a wide open space, a place where Maddie can get lost and wander the hills, where, at the moment of dawn, the dark world is immersed in green. Please enjoy.

COSTUME DESIGN CONCEPT Presented in the style of a Greek tragedy, The Women of Lockerbie is a production that displays the very raw, very real emotions of those whose lives were affected by the real life tragedy of the Pan Am flight 103 bombing. The director and I decided, then, that the characters should have costumes that made us feel as though they were real people. So for my research, I looked to photos of my family for inspiration, and found winter clothing items to give to each of the characters from my family’s own wardrobes. This helps connect the audience to these characters so it doesn’t feel as if these people are alien, but rather remind us of someone we know instead, making the production that much more effective. Next, I thought deeply into the color palettes for each character, while keeping in mind a certain separation that should exist visually between the Americans and the Scottish without anything standing out. I reread the play once again, and was inspired by dialogue to associate an element with each character. Maddie, the grieving mother, is water, for having cried for seven years and therefore has a blue color palette. Bill, her husband, had to become her rock as she fell apart so he has grey tones, the Scottish women are the rolling hills of the earth in Lockerbie with greens and browns, and the American agent is fire with charcoal grays and a red tie. I hope this helps you to understand my vision for the costumes and contributes to your overall experience. Enjoy the show!

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The challenge for this show was to create music that felt authentic to Lockerbie. Per Deb’s suggestion I listened to many Celtic and Scottish ballads to get a sense of the types of instruments, melodies, and time signatures that are associated with that music. Working within my means, I primarily used a nylon string acoustic guitar, recorder, and harp to accomplish that Celtic sound. This play is about finding hope in the face of seemingly insurmountable grief. I tried to reflect that in the music. Where there is sadness and mystery, there is also beauty and hope. Marquette University


P R O D U C T I O N S TA F F Dylan Elhai (Assistant Stage Manager) Dylan is a sophomore majoring in Theatre Arts and minoring in Graphic Design. She is honored to have been given the opportunity to assistant stage manage The Women of Lockerbie. She is grateful to Deb Krajec and to Carissa Saia, who has been a wonderful role model in stage management. Dylan has most recently worked as assistant light designer for The Foreigner. Her other Marquette credits include: Master Electrician (Holy Days), Light Board Operator (Defying Gravity), Sound Designer (Great Falls), Assistant Light Designer (Dancing Through the Decades: A Dance Show), and Light Board Operator (Little Shop of Horrors). Dylan’s professional work credits include: Light Designer (Sweet Mama, String Bean), Stage Manager (Godspeed), Stage Manager (Deathtroupe), and Asst. Director (Willy Wonka, Jr.). John Gallagher (Sound Designer/Composer) John is a proud graduate of Marquette University’s Diederich College of Communication, class of 2011. He earned his degree in Broadcast & Electronic Communication, and was very involved in the Theatre program. Acting credits included Jack Archer in The Beaux’ Stratagem, Mitch Mahoney in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Oberon/Theseus in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and numerous student-directed scenes and shows. As a senior, he composed music for The Laramie Project under Deb’s direction. He is thrilled to have the opportunity to compose once again for The Women of Lockerbie. Many thanks to Deb for asking me to do this! Special thanks to my family, friends, roommates, and Jen for their love and support. Enjoy the show! Lex Gernon (Scenic Designer) Lex is a senior and proud to be designing the set for this production of The Women of Lockerbie. He has previously designed last season’s If You Take a Mouse to School and was on the scenic design team for Holy Days. Aspiring to be a scenic designer, he is applying for his MFA in scenic design. He will also be designing Urinetown and the Milwaukee Chamber Theatre’s Young Playwrights Festival. Special thanks to SHM, Deb, and all the lovely ladies. Stephen Hudson-Mairet (Chair) 2012-13 marks Stephen’s thirteenth season at Marquette. As chair of the Department of Digital Media and Performing Arts, Stephen is blessed

to be working with a great faculty, staff, and student body, and he is happy to share their great work with you. Stephen has completed numerous scenic or lighting designs on the Helfaer stage. This season Stephen will be completing the scenic design for The Foreigner and Gathering Blue. Stephen is once again thrilled to be serving as the faculty advisor for all the student designers for every other show this season. He will also be designing Collected Stories for Milwaukee Chamber Theatre and Forward Theatre in Madison. Stephen lives quite happily in a very old house in Wauwatosa with his wife Heidi, and daughters Emma and Grace. Jordan Kardasz (Lighting Designer) Jordan is a freelance lighting designer living and working in her hometown, Chicago. Jordan attended Marquette University and received her BA in Theatre Arts and Philosophy in 2004. She is so excited to be back at MU to work with Deb (and Chester, Stephen, and Connie!) again. Jordan received her MFA from Ohio State in 2008 and has since been working with many companies around Chicago such as Strawdog, Sideshow, Strange Tree, Urban Theatre, Lifeline, City Lit, Theatre Seven, Matter Dance, Chicago Dance Crash, and many more. Recent credits include Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom and Pontypool (Strawdog); and Duck for President (Lifeline Theatre). For the past three years Jordan has worked as the technical director and rental coordinator at St. Scholastica Academy in Rogers Park before its closing in June 2012. Jordan is a very proud ensemble member with Strawdog Theatre Company, as well an artistic associate with Sideshow Theatre Company and The Strange Tree Group. When not lighting shows, Jordan likes to travel, read, knit, and catch up on TV. She lives in Chicago with her dog Bruce. You can see some of her work at www.jordankardasz.com. Maureen Kilmurry (Dialect Coach) A graduate of Marquette University, Ms. Kilmurry received her MFA from Southern Methodist University’s Professional Actor Training Program. She has acted in professional regional theatre companies in Seattle, Dallas, Kansas City, Milwaukee, and at the Oregon Shakespearean Festival. A member of Actors Equity Association, she also she has also appeared both “Off” and “Off-Off” Broadway. Since returning to her native Milwaukee, Ms. Kilmurry has turned her focus to directing, teaching and vocal coaching. The Women of Lockerbie

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Directing credits include projects for Windfall Theatre, Playwrights Studio Theatre, Amethyst Productions, The Boulevard Ensemble, the John Michael Kohler Art Center and the Haggerty Museum. In her fifteenth year on the theatre faculty at Marquette, her recent directing credits include The Cherry Orchard, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Beaux’ Stratagem, and The Comedy of Errors. Ms. Kilmurry has also been the vocal or dialect coach for numerous productions at Marquette and in the greater Milwaukee area including Dead Man Walking, Blood Brothers, Hekabe, Betrayal, Deathtrap, The Foreigner, and Al McGuire. Debra Krajec (Director/Artistic Director) The Women of Lockerbie is a play that Deb has wanted to direct for several years, and she is so happy to share it with the Marquette community. For the past twenty-nine years, Deb has served as a Director as well as a Costume Designer on MU’s mainstage. She received her MFA from Texas Christian University, and has worked professionally as a costume designer, a director, and an actress. In Milwaukee, Deb has designed costumes for Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Milwaukee Chamber Theatre, and Next Act Theatre and directed for In Tandem Productions and Playwrights’ Studio of Milwaukee. She is very active in the United States Institute for Theatre Technology, where she is a Fellow of the Institute. Deb is a member of Actors Equity Association. Chester Loeffler-Bell (Technical Director) Chester has served as lighting designer, technical director, and scene shop supervisor since joining the department in the fall of 2001. Professor Loeffler-Bell manages the scene shop, supervises and advises student lighting designers. Chester has been an active professional lighting designer for the past 20 years, having designed for In Tandem Theatre, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Theatre X, Cape Fear Shakespeare Festival, and Carroll College. His recent artistic work includes the lighting design for The Foreigner and The Lion in Winter for Marquette University, Girl in the Frame for In Tandem Theatre, Poor Tom for Marquette University in collaboration with the Gaiety School of Acting in Dublin, Ireland, and McGuire at Hofstra University. Chester lives in Mukwonago with his wife Susan and sons Harry, Sam, and Joe. Connie Petersen (Costume Shop Manager) Connie is thrilled to return to Marquette for 6

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the beginning of her 11th Season and what an exciting season to be part of! She received her B.S. degree in theatre from Northwest Missouri State University and M.F.A. degree in Costume and Scenic Design from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, IL. She has worked professionally for Central City Opera, Des Moines Metro Opera, Denver Center Theatre Company, and Playmakers Repertory Company at University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. Her recent designs at Marquette include Laramie Project, A Year with Frog and Toad, Putnam County Spelling Bee, Nickel and Dimed, Heidi Chronicles, Tartuffe, J.B., Bye, Bye Birdie and Fifth of July. She was excited to work with fellow colleagues, Phylis Ravel and Andrea Hill Johnson on Art to Art with Danceworks this summer. Connie enjoys her free time with her husband, Heath chasing around our 1 yr. old, Olivia and 4 yr. old, Emma! Bridget Rzymski (Costume Designer) Bridget, a junior Theatre Arts major with a minor in Theology, is excited to costume design her first mainstage production. Previously, she has assistant costume designed the main stage productions of The Lion in Winter, Little Shop of Horrors, and If You Take a Mouse to School. In addition, she costume designed the senior capstone Dancing Through the Decades, the MUPS show Bug, and the senior capstone When Gertrude Stormed the Philosopher’s Club. It has been a nervous process costume designing her first main stage show, but she wants to thank the director Debra Krajec for not only working with her on this production, but for guiding her in costume design in order to get her to this point. Also, a huge thank you to her parents and her friends for their unending encouragement and support: couldn’t have done it without you. She knows the wonderfully talented cast and crew will do a wonderful job, and she hopes you’ll enjoy the show! Carissa Saia (Stage Manager) Carissa is a senior Theater Arts major with an emphasis in management and scenic design and a minor in Creative Advertising. She recently stage managed Little Shop of Horrors, The Beaux’ Stratagem, and Click Clack Moo: Cows That Type. She has assistant stage managed Censored on Final Approach and Sunday in the Park with George. She is very grateful to be stage managing with this wonderful cast and crew especially because this is her last stage-management opportunity in the Helfaer. This is a bittersweet experience, and she


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is thankful for all of the theatrical opportunities that she was given throughout her four years at Marquette. She would like to thank Deb for everything and her ASMs who have helped her so much throughout this process. She would also like to thank her family, friends, and her wonderful boyfriend for all of their support and love. Doug Soder (Assistant Stage Manager) Doug is a senior majoring in Secondary Education and Theatre Arts. Previous Marquette

mainstage credits include Dromio E./Dromio S., Comedy of Errors; Snail, A Year with Frog and Toad; Naomi/Boy, Sunday in the Park with George; Francis Flute/Thisbe, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Doug also co-directed and performed in this season’s first MUPS show, “A Musical Revue.” Professional credits: Isaac, Nurture’s Wonders (Windfall Theatre). This is Doug’s first time assistant stage managing, and he is incredibly grateful to Deb and Carissa for this wonderful learning opportunity! Enjoy

The Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival™ 45, part of the Rubenstein Arts Access Program, is generously funded by David and Alice Rubenstein. Additional support is provided by the Dr. Gerald and Paula McNichols Foundation, The Honorable Stuart Bernstein and Wilma E. Bernstein, and the National Committee for the Performing Arts. This production is entered in the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF). The aims of this national theater education program are to identify and promote quality in college-level theater production. To this end, each production entered is eligible for a response by a regional KCACTF representative, and selected students and faculty are invited to participate in KCACTF programs involving scholarships, internships, grants and awards for actors, directors, dramaturgs, playwrights, designers, stage managers and critics at both the regional and national levels. Productions entered on the Participating level are eligible for invitation to the KCACTF regional festival and may also be considered for national awards recognizing outstanding achievement in production, design, direction and performance. Last year more than 1,300 productions were entered in the KCACTF involving more than 200,000 students nationwide. By entering this production, our theater department is sharing in the KCACTF goals to recognize, reward, and celebrate the exemplary work produced in college and university theaters across the nation.

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P R O D U C T I O N S TA F F Technical Director........................................................................................................................................................ Chester Loeffler-Bell Stage Manager................................................................................................................................................................................Carissa Saia Assistant Stage Managers..................................................................................................................................Dylan Elhai, Doug Soder Lighting Designer.................................................................................................................................................................. Jordan Kardasz Light Board Operator..........................................................................................................................................................Kathryn DeLapp Scenic Designer..............................................................................................................................................................................Lex Gernon Scene Shop Assistants................................................... Kyle Conner, Dylan Elhai, Raquel Garces, Lex Gernon, Brittany Green, Rory Higgins, Hannah Klapperich-Mueller, Larry Lajewski, Joe Packhem, Carissa Saia, Nic Trapani, Madelyn Yee Deck Crew.................................................................................................................................................. Greg Dobbs, Chelsea Drenning Props Master................................................................................................................................................... Hannah Klapperich-Mueller Costume Designer............................................................................................................................................................... Bridget Rzymski Costume Shop Manager....................................................................................................................................................Connie Petersen Costume Shop Assistants.................................Rachel Chrostowski, Jake Daggett, Tyler Frost, Alexis Hamburg, Carly Kroll, Bridget Rzymski, Adriana Saia, Doug Soder, Ava Thomann, Shannon Twohy Costume Shop Build.............................................................................................................Sarah Best, Ben Braun, Kristane Thrower Wardrobe Supervisor...................................................................................................................................................... Armando Ronconi Wardrobe Crew........................................................................................................................................... Kevin Price, Terry Lee Watkins Sound Designer...................................................................................................................................................................... John Gallagher Sound Board Operator.................................................................................................................................................................Tishna Lodi Assistant to the Chair.................................................................................................................................................................... Kelly Dillon Assistant to the Artistic Director..................................................................................................................................... Katherine Doyle Box Office Assistant................................................................................................................................ Kaitlyn Barrett, Hannah Henkel House Manager........................................................................................................................................................................ Jessica Trzandl Ushers.................................................................................................................................................................. Theatre Appreciation Class

M ARQUET TE UNIVERSIT Y College of Communication Lori Bergen, Dean Joyce Wolburg, Associate Dean Erik Ugland, Associate Dean of Graduate Studies & Research Chioma Ugochukwu, Assistant Dean for Student Services Full - Time Faculty Chester Loeffler-Bell Connie Petersen Phylis Ravel

Box Office Coordinator Kevin Wleklinski Digital Media and Performing Arts Stephen Hudson-Mairet, Chairperson Marquette Theatre Debra Krajec, Artistic Director

Part - Time Faculty Amy Brinkman-Sustache Fr. Grant Garinger, S.J. Jim Guy Andrea Johnson Roxanne Kess Maureen Kilmurry John Schneider Mark Weinberg Matthew Wickey

D I G I TA L M E D I A A N D P E R F O R M I N G A R T S W I S H E S TO T H A N K T H E F O L L OW I N G F O R T H E I R 2 012 - 2 013 C O N T R I B U T I O N S Theatre Contribution Fund Antonio Antao Margaret Blodgett & Ken Miller Margaret Callahan Delphine Cannon Terry & Diane Duffey Jean Fischer Kristina Fisher James & Joan Hagner Matthew Jaeger Ronald Jodat Rachel Kirby Jay Kirk W. Andrew Kienzle Gary & Sarah Krenz Chester Loeffler-Bell Marianna Markowetz John & Sue McArdle James McGillis Gary Meyer Paul Milakovich 8

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William O’Boyle James Richie John & Mary Ricci Dr. Ronald & Patricia Santilli David & Sandra Shrock Tim Simmons Kathleen Smith Peter Toumanoff Donald & Mary Utech Joseph & Mary Utschig Jenica Wolski Theatre and Social Justice Fund Helen Boomsma Jay Kirk Northern Trust Company Northwestern Mutual Foundation Mary Kay Marzano John Pauly

Emily Schultz Sue Yee Endowed Drama Fund The Hudson-Mairet Family Phylis Ravel Theatre and Social Justice Fund Jill Anderson AOL Time Warner Foundation Edwin Block Kyle Burman Carole Burns Louise Cainkar Margaret Callahan Susan Clinton David Denomie Daradirek (Gee) Ekachai Sarah Bonewits Feldner

Patrick Fennelly Kristen Fischer Ana Garner Steven Goldzwig Heather Hathaway Stephen Hudson-Mairet Debra Krajec Chester Loeffler-Bell Christopher Marrs Dustyn Martincich Gary Meyer Celene Mielcarek John Pauly Michael & Virginia Price Daniel Pudi Emily Schultz Robert Shuter Karen Slattery Erik Ugland Chioma Ugochukwu Barbara Volbrecht Joyce Wolburg

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