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Marc Robin

Artistic Director

Aaron A. Young Managing Director

We dedicate the 2012/2013 SeaSon to the memory of ellen a. Groff

At right is pictured one of the angels that flanks the Fulton’s proscenium above you. In every theatre there are individuals whose dedication of resources and generosity of spirit make it possible for us to create and enjoy the art and craft of live theatre. To those of us who work in the theatre, they are often referred to as angels. We recently lost one such dear friend. And so we dedicate this—and every performance in the 2012/2013 Season— to the loving memory of our friend Ellen A. Groff. May “flights of angels sing thee to thy rest.” —Act V, scene ii, Shakespeare’s Hamlet

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Elisabeth H. Habecker*

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James P. Argires, MD David C. Beidleman Linda Castagna Charles A. Castle, MD Dino Cesarini Susan C. Eckert Wes Farmer Mark Fitzgerald Wendell Funk, MD Abbie Gonick Rick Gray William C. Haynes, Esq.

Dan Herr Gregory S. Lefever Mary Mattson Curtis J. Myers William Regitz Marc Robin Katharina J. Sabino J. Bradley Scovill* David Skerpon Kit Slaugh Dave Taylor Patrick Tell

Philip R. Wenger Aaron A. Young Trustees Emeritus Irving Budd Callman* L. Thomas Gemmill, Jr.* Jane M. Mueller* Joan O’Brien* Deidre W. Simmons * Past President, Fulton Board of Trustees

The Fulton Opera House Foundation is a not-for-profit public charity that exists to engage the public with exceptional theatre experiences that honor, preserve, and extend the Fulton’s role as a National Historic Landmark. This mission is accomplished through the following programs:

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A professional regional theatre company nurturing the mind and soul of the community through a season of plays designed uniquely for today’s Lancaster audience and impacting the national theatre community by commissioning and producing world premieres and re-imagined works of note. We produce seven Premier Series productions, as well as four Family Theatre Series productions each season. Both series are available as subscription packages.

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The Fulton is committed to a variety of education and outreach activities, which include: The Fulton Academy of Theatre, a year-round program of classes for adults and youth exploring the tools of theatre making and the wonders of creative expression. workshops and residencies in the region’s schools, such as Building Bridges and Neighborhood Bridges, in partnership with the celebrated Children’s Theatre Company in Minneapolis. discounted student matinee performances, which have introduced tens of thousands of young people throughout the region to the art of live theatre. accessibility services that allow everyone in our community to enjoy our Premier and Family Series produciotns. These services include, Pay-What-You-Want performances, American Sign Language interpretation, Open Captioning and Spanish translation, as well as assistive listening devices available for all performances. The Fulton is a founding member of the League of Historic American Theatres; and member of Theatre for Young Audiences/USA; the American Alliance for Theatre and Education, and National Alliance for Musical Theatre. The theatre operates under an agreement between the League of Resident Theatres (LORT) and Actors’ Equity Association, the Union for Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States and employs members of Stage Directors and Choreographers Society and United Scenic Artists. -5-

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Effie White . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bryonha Marie Parham* Deena Jones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Britney Coleman* Lorrell Robinson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Trista Dollison* Curtis Taylor, Jr. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Byron Glenn Willis* James Thunder Early . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kelvin Roston Jr.* C.C. White . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Eric B. Anthony* Marty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Trinity P. Murdock* Michelle Morris . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Karissa Harris Frank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Steve Calzaretta* Dave . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brian Bohr* Wayne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Paul Jordan Jansen* M.C., Jerry, Mr. Morgan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Terance Reddick* Tiny Joe Dixon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jeremiah Haley Ensemble . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brian Bohr*, Steve Calzaretta*, Antoinette Comer, Elgin Giles*, Laurel Haitoff, Jeremiah Haley, Karissa Harris, Paul Jordan Jansen*, Terance Reddick*, Khadijah Rolle, Britton Smith*, La’Nette Wallace, Tamara Young Dance Captain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Elgin Giles* Understudies Lorrell Robinson–Antoinette Comer; James Thunder Early–Elgin Giles*; Deena Jones–Karissa Harris; Marty–Paul Jordan Jansen*; Curtis Taylor, Jr.–Terance Reddick*; C.C. White–Britton Smith*; Effie White–La’Nette Wallace; Michelle–Tamara Young. *Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.

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Acting Company

Eric B. Anthony

Brian Bohr

Steve Calzaretta

Britney Coleman

Antoinette Comer

Trista Dollison

Elgin Giles

Laurel Haitoff

Jeremiah Haley

Karissa Harris

Paul Jordan Jansen

Trinity P. Murdock

Bryonha Marie Parham

Terance Reddick

Khadijah Rolle

Kelvin Roston Jr.

Britton Smith

La’Nette Wallace

Byron Glenn Willis

Tamara Young


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Who’s Who Eric B. Anthony (Dreamgirls— C.C. White) Previously at the Fulton: Seaweed, Hairspray. Elsewhere: Broadway: Mary Poppins; Hairspray; The Lion King. Off-Broadway: Bye Bye Birdie; Golden Boy. Regional: The Producers; The Wiz; RENT; Sophisticated Ladies; Jelly’s Last Jam; Grand Hotel; FAME. Film/TV: Waiting in the Wings; LoveDorableInfatuMatic; G Love; Voodoo Doll; Sexina; Exposing the Order of the Serpentine; 61st and 57th Tony Awards. Other: Proud member of AEA, SAG-AFTRA, and the NAACP. YoungArts, and ACT-SO Award recipient. “Gratitude to my supportive family and friends for the unconditional love. Glory to GOD for everything!” Twitter:@EricBAnthony Brian Bohr (Dreamgirls—Dave,

Ensemble; Flat Stanley—Arthur, Dr. Dan, Hollywood Agent, Napoleon, Dancer) is so excited to be making his Fulton Theatre debut. Brian appeared in Dreamgirls last fall at the Marriott Theatre, and could not be happier to be a part of this special production. A Chicago native, Brian most recently appeared as a Principal Soloist in the World Premiere musical Now and Forever also at the Marriott Theatre. Other Marriott credits include: Joseph in Joseph..., Prince Charming in Cinderella, along with Alice in Wonderland and The

Pirates of Penzance. Also in Chicago: Joseph... at the Paramount Theatre, The Merchant of Venice, As You Like It, The Sander’s Family Christmas, and 110 in the Shade. Brian has also been featured with the NAMES Project in Washington DC, and the NAMT Festival in New York. Brian is a proud Northwestern University grad and AEA member. Many thanks to Marc and the entire Fulton team. He sends his love to Mom, Dad, J&J, Kiki, and Amanda. Steve Calzaretta (Dreamgirls

—Frank, Ensemble; Flat Stanley— Dad, Hollywood Assistant, O. Jay D’Dart, Herb Wavecrest) Steve is happy to be returning to the Fulton Theatre where he last played Franz in The Sound of Music. Other appearances here were in Spamalot, Annie, Dial “M” for Murder and The Nutcracker. Since that time he has focused his talents on the production end of the business directing several productions in the Chicago area and working behind the scenes at one of the regional theaters in the Chicago area. Thanks to the whole staff here at the Fulton for bringing Steve back here. Steve would like to wish his son luck in his new adventures as a United States Marine and thank his wife and other son for letting him play away from home. Enjoy the show.

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Since 1979, The Fulton Opera House Guild, an all volunteer organization, has worked to promote and support the Fulton Opera House Foundation. Though our activities are many, our main source of financial support for the Fulton is by way of our volunteers, who serve Fulton patrons at the lobby bar and refreshment stands. We offer beverages and snacks before the performance and at intermission. All monies earned are presented to the Foundation. Want to join the Fulton Guild next season? Please see one of our Guild members at the refreshment stand for an application or additional information. And to learn more about the Fulton’s rich history, consider purchasing our booklet, “A Brief History of The Fulton Theatre,” available at our refreshment stand.

Who’s Who BRITNEY COLEMAN (Dreamgirls—

Deena Jones) Fulton Debut. Elsewhere: Regional: Deena Jones, Dreamgirls, Dir. Marc Robin, Marriott Lincolnshire; Rapunzel/ Cinderella’s Mom, Into the Woods, Dir. Mark Lamos, Co-Production Baltimore Centerstage/Westport Country Playhouse; Virgen 4B, Stop the Virgens, Dir. Adam Rapp, St. Anne’s Warehouse; Kala, Tarzan; Emily Arden, State Fair; Dynamite, Hairspray; Alice/Alice’s Daughter, Big River, The Wagon Wheel Theater; Sarah, Ragtime; Florinda, Into the Woods; Grusha, The Caucasian Chalk Circle, The University of Michigan; Bellatrix Lestrange/Dean Thomas, AVPM/AVPS/AVPSY, UM Basement Arts/Starkid Productions. Other: So much love and thanks to Marc, Mom, Dad and Alex!

Antoinette Comer (Dreamgirls —Ensemble, U/S Lorrell Robinson) Antoinette is beyond thrilled to be making her Fulton debut in Dreamgirls! Elsewhere: Most recently seen in Sight & Sound’s Jonah. Other credits include Hairspray, Carousel, The Jungle Book, Cinderella, Footloose. Other: Antoinette is grateful to have been blessed with such a wonderful family and awesome friends who continue to show her their love and support! TRISTA DOLLISON (Dreamgirls—

Lorrell Robinson) Fulton Debut Elsewhere: Broadway/NY Disney’s The Lion King; Clara, Porgy & Bess; Joanna, Easter Mysteries; Regional: LaVerne, The Buddy Holly Story; Cinderella, Into The Woods. Trista is a graduate of Florida Southern College’s Opera Performance


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Who’s Who Program. Love to the Mine, Mommy, Daddy, & Clarence! Proverbs 3:5-6 Elgin Giles (Dreamgirls— Ensemble, U/S James Thunder Early, Assistant Choreographer / Dance Captain) FULTON DEBUT! He has also appeared in: North Carolina Theatre –Legally Blonde (Grand Master Chad), Oliver!, EVITA, West Side Story, FAME (Tyrone Jackson). Westchester Broadway Dinner Theatre: Hairspray, Seaweed. MerryGo-Round Playhouse: Hairspray, Gilbert), Cape Fear Regional Theatre: Hairspray, Seaweed. Elgin is a BMI Songwriter with releases on iTunes and is a proud member of Actors Equity. A grande thank you to Professional Artist’s Talent Agency and to Marc Robin and his wonderful Fulton Theatre staff! Thanks for the continued support, Mom and Dad. Naomi, this one’s for you. Peace!

Andrew Lippa’s The Wild Party; Richard, A New Brain. Other: Thank you to my friends and family for always supporting my dream! Karissa Harris (Dreamgirls— Michelle Morris, Ensemble, U/S Deena Jones) This is Karissa’s 2nd production at the Fulton. Past credits include: Dynamite, Hairspray. Elsewhere: Disney Cruise Line, Regional: Mary Magdelane, Jesus Christ Superstar; Mimi, Rent; Fantine, Les Misérables; Mrs Walker, Tommy; Shelia, A Chorus Line; Little Shop of Horrors; Godspell; Sideshow; Jekyll & Hyde. Other: Lots of love and gratitude to Marc Robin, my family, friends, and of course Tynan! xoxo P A U L - J OR D A N


Ensemble) is a sophomore at Franklin and Marshall College from New York. She has performed in many choral recitals, a number of band performances as the lead singer and also was a national anthem singer for the football season. She is currently dancing at Franklin & Marshall on the Dance Company and the Dance Team. She was in A Chorus Line at the Fulton this season and this will be her second performance with this theatre.


Tiny Joe Dixon) Fulton Debut: Jeremiah is thrilled to be a part of this fantastic company. Elsewhere: Regional: Munchkin/Ensemble, The Wiz; Ensemble, Annie; George, Spring Awakening; Featured Ensemble, Rent; Chadwick, Marc Robin’s Beauty and the Beast. Local: Mitch Mahoney, Spelling Bee; Burrs,


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Who’s Who 1 in A Grand Night for Singing, Fred in Kiss Me Kate, Big Moe in Five Guys Named Moe, Ken in Smokey Joe’s Café, Starkey in Peter Pan with Michael Lichtefeld and Joe Bowerman. Other performances include the South African Fringe Festival and singing for our current President, Barack Obama. Other: Thank you God, Lynnette, Joan, Jansens, Katie, and MTwelve for all your love, support, and guidance. “WE ARE…” ANDREW KINDIG (Flat Stanley— Flat Stanley) is excited to be making his 2-dimensional debut as Stanley here at the Fulton. He was most recently seen at the Fulton as the director of Anne of Green Gables. Other Family Series credits include: Wicked Stepmother (Cinderella), Fritz/Mouse King (The Nutcracker), Sienna (Sleeping Beauty), Maxwell (Beauty and the Beast), The Giant (Jack and the Beanstalk), Bobell

(Little Mermaid), Chester (Princess and the Pea), The White Rabbit (Alice), Freud (Snow White), and Jacob Marley (A Christmas Carol). Many thanks to the entire Fulton staff, and to Katie...Thank you for making every day an adventure! Cary Michele Miller (Flat

Stanley—Mrs. Cartero, Fairy, Mona Lisa, Dancer) Previously at the Fulton: Maggie, A Chorus Line; Penny, Hairspray; Agnes, Gypsy; Little Red, Into the Woods, A Christmas Carol. Elsewhere: Broadway: Saturday Night Fever; National Tours: Little Women with Maureen McGovern, Seussical with Cathy Rigby. Regional: Peter Pan, Peter Pan; Carrie, Carousel and Margy, State Fair at the Walnut Street Theatre. Olive, Spelling Bee; Maggie, A Chorus Line; Chava, Fiddler on the Roof; Beauty and the Beast Other: Cheerleader, Across the Universe. Favorite Role: being married to the


Comprised of those individuals making a personal leadership investment in the Fulton’s Annual Campaign efforts, the Artistic Director’s Circle plays a vital role in the continued growth and development of our historic theatre and the many artistic, educational and outreach programs we bring to the community. We are proud to count the following individuals among this special group of Fulton friends in 2012/13: Dr. and Mrs. James P. Argires* Robert F. Groff, Jr.* Dr. and Mrs. Norman M. Axelrod Kent and Elisabeth Habecker Drs. Edward and Jeanne Arnold Mr. and Mrs. Richard Levengood* Eloise Aurand Mrs. Milton K. Morgan, Jr. Ann B. Barshinger Bill and Karyn Regitz Anne and Robert Bowman Rick and Jessica Rodgers Mary S. Burton and Laurent Horne Thomas A. and Georgina T. Russo Connie and Budd Callman* Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Schrotberger Linda and Patrick Castagna* Willis W. Shenk Josele Cleary Sharon and Paul Sherban Jane W. Deibler Deidre and Bill Simmons Wendell L. Funk, MD Kit and Pete Slaugh Anne and Gene Gardner Patrick and Kristine Tell* Abbie and Ely Gonick Paul W. and Judy S. Ware * Founding Artistic Director’s Circle member Please join us as we extend our deepest appreciation to this season’s Artistic Director’s Circle. Recognizing all that the Fulton brings to our community—on stage, in the classroom, and in the greater world of professional regional theatre—the support this group provides is especially meaningful… both to our historic theatre and the growing audiences we serve. A detail of Annual Giving to the Fulton appears later in this program. To learn more, please contact Rich Bowen, Director of Development, at 717-394-7133, ext. 132 or

Who’s Who amazing music director/conductor, Aaron McAllister. Trinity



(Dreamgirls—Marty) is elated to make his debut at the Fulton Theatre. Trinity has a B.A. in Child Development from Morehouse College, but his theatrical debut was in the summer of 2008 in Get Ready (eta). He began to hone his passion in a string of consecutive principle roles with The Black Ensemble Theater: I Gotcha: The Story of Joe Tex, A Tribute to the Black Crooners, The Message Is in the Music, Nothing but the Blues, The Other Cinderella, and The Jackie Wilson Story. He has also served as vocal arranger for BET. Other stage credits include Rent (NightBlue Performing Arts), The Ghosts of Atwood, The Last Saint on Sugar Hill (MPAACT), My Kind of Town (TimeLine Theater), The Story of Us (Willow Creek Community Church), and most recent, Dreamgirls (Marriott Theatre Lincolnshire). Trinity is represented by Gray Talent Group and gives all praises to God.




(Dreamgirls—Effie White) Fulton Debut! Most recently seen in the Tony award winning revival of Porgy and Bess on Broadway as Serena. NYC credits include the 2009 revival of Ragtime; Lincoln Center: Ragtime Concert, workshops of Ain’t Love Grand; Red Eye of Love. Favorite regional credits: Porgy and Bess (ART); Ragtime (Kennedy Center); For the Glory/Civil War (NETworks); Ain’t Misbehavin’; Once on this Island; Kiss Me Kate; Crowns; Urinetown, and more. BFA Music Theatre–Illinois Wesleyan University. Thanks to Scott Flaherty, and my Sharika.


M.C, Jerry, Mr. Morgan, Ensemble, U/S Curtis Taylor, Jr.) This is Mr. Reddick’s first production at the Fulton Theatre. Some of his past credits are: Radio City Christmas Spectacular; A Chorus Line ( Richie); Fame ( Leroy); Ragtime (Colehouse); as well as the final workshop of the hit new musical Motown where he played Eddie of the Temptations. Terance may also look very familiar as he is a part of DESTINO the new hit international PopOpera foursome! Sending much love to my mother, sis, and the two cutest nephews an uncle could have!

Khadijah Rolle (Dreamgirls— Ensemble) This is Khadijah’s first production at the Fulton. Elsewhere: Junie B. Jones The Musical, Big River, Dessa Rose, and The Marriage of Figaro. Khadijah is a recent graduate of the University of the Arts and would like to dedicate this performance to her loving family. Kelvin Roston Jr. (Dreamgirls— James Thunder Early) is elated to be making his Fulton Theatre debut with this production of Dreamgirls. He is equally excited to be reprising James ‘Thunder’ Early. He was last seen in this role at Marriott Linclonshire’s production of Dreamgirls in Chicago, IL, directed by, none other than, Marc Robin. Other Chicago credits include: The Jackie Wilson Story as Jackie Wilson (Black Ensemble Theater, Jeff Award Nom, Black Theater Alliance Award winner, Black Excellence Award winner), The Nativity as Jacob (Congo Square Theatre), Crowns (Goodman Theater), Ma Rainy’s Black Bottom as Sylvester, Porgy and Bess as Jim (Court Theater), The Old Settler as Husband Whitherspoon (Writers’ Theatre) and many others.


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Musical Numbers

Act One Scene 1: The Apollo Theatre

I’m Looking for Something , Baby . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stepp Sisters Checkin’ It Out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TruTones Tiny Joe Dixon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tiny Joe Dixon Move (You’re Steppin’ on My Heart) . . . . . . . . . . . . . Effie, Deena, Lorrell Fake Your Way to the Top . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jimmy, Effie, Deena, Lorrell Cadillac Car . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Curtis, C.C., Jimmy, Marty

Scene 2: On the Road—Limbo, three months later

On the Road – Cadillac Car . . . . C.C., Jimmy, Marty, Effie, Deena, Lorrell Recording Studio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jimmy, Effie, Deena, Lorrell

Scene 3: Recording Studio

Cadillac Car – A La Pat Boone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dave

Scene 4: Limbo

Steppin’ to the Bad Side . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Curtis, C.C., Jimmy, Wayne, Effie, Deena, Lorrell

Scene 5: Hotel Banquet Room

Party-Party . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Curtis, Effie

Scene 6: Miami Beach

Baby-Baby . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jimmy, Effie, Deena, Lorrell

Scene 7: A Dressing Room, Atlantic Hotel, Miami Beach

Family . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jimmy, C.C., Curtis, Effie, Deena, Lorrell

Scene 8, Cleveland, The Crystal Room

Dreamgirls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Effie, Deena, Lorrell Reporters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Deena, Effie, Lorrell, Ensemble

Scene 9, A Television Studio

Heavy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Curtis, Deena, Effie, Lorrell

Scene 10, San Francisco, Fairmont Hotel Scene 11, Las Vegas, A Dressing Room

Walkin’ Down the Strip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jimmy It’s All Over . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Curtis, C.C., Jimmy, Effie, Deena, Lorrell, Michelle

Scene 12, Las Vegas, The Performance

(And I Am Telling You) I’m Not Going . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Effie

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Musical Numbers

Act Two Scene 1: Las Vegas, Hilton Hotel

Dreamgirls (reprise) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Deena, Lorrell, Michelle

Scene 2: A Chicago Nightclub

I Am Changing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Effie

Scene 3:Vogue Magazine Photo Call

I Am Changing – Vogue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Curtis, C.C., Effie, Deena, Lorrell, Michelle, Ensemble You Are My Dream . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Curtis, Deena

Scene 4: National Democratic Fund Raiser

Ain’t No Party . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jimmy, Lorrell, Tuxedos I Meant You No Harm . . . . . . . . . . Jimmy, C.C., Deena, Lorrell, Michelle Rap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jimmy, Frank, Curtis, Lorrell

Scene 5: Chicago, Recording Studio

I Miss You, Old Friend . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Marty, C.C., Effie, Les Styles One Night Only . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Effie

Scene 6: Los Angeles

One Night Only – Disco . . . . . . . . . . . Deena, Lorrell, Michelle, Ensemble

Scene 7: Chicago

Chicago . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C.C., Marty, Mr. Morgan, Curtis, Effie, Deena, Lorrell, Michelle

Scene 8: New York

Hard to Say Goodbye, (My Love) . . . . . . . Deena, Lorrell, Michelle, Effie

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Production Information


Conductor/Keyboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jason Wetzel Reeds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rob Shaubach, Janine Thomas Trumpet and Flugelhorn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D. Scott Loose, Kate Umble Guitar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dave Pedrick Bass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mike Vitale Keyboard 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Aaron M. McAllister Percussion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Clem Lichty Alternate Musicians Reeds–Brandon Hollinger; Trumpet–John Stoudt; Bass–Mike Bitts


Production Crew Chief . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bryan Magonigal Spot Operators . . . . . . . .Rafie Rodriguez-Cortes, Nathan Diehl, Alexandria Flynn Deck Crew . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rebekah Church Rail Crew . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Andrew Takoch Dressers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kelsey Bomba, Rebekah Lashof, Brittany Leffler Audio Engineer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jacob Mishler Light Board Operator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Will Coeur Scenic Painters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Neal Davis, Jessica Dey

Special Thanks High Companies


Audience Services Late Seating: Latecomers will be seated at the discretion of House Management. Hearing Assistance: The Fulton has assistive

listening devices and neckloops available free of charge from the House Manager prior to the show. Devices should be returned to the House Manager or an Usher after the show.

Accessible Performances:

For all Fulton Theatre Premier Series productions: American Sign Language: 2nd Sat. Matinee. Open Captioning: 2nd Sat. Matinee & 3rd Tue. Evening. Audio Description: 2nd Sat. Matinee & 3rd Tue. Evening. Spanish Translation: Select performances. Please visit for more details.

Wheelchair Accommodations: For the

mainstage, seating is available on the main floor in front boxes, back boxes or transfer seats. Please inform us of specific wheelchair seating arrangements when ordering tickets.

Smoking Policy: The Fulton is a no-smoking


Please Silence All cell phones, watches, pagers or any other Items That Make Noise! The use of cameras, video cameras and other recording devices is strictly forbidden.

The photographing or sound recording of any performance or the possession of any device for such photographing or sound recording inside this theatre, without written permission of the management, is prohibited by law. Violators may be punished by ejection and violations may render the offender liable for money damages.

Ticket Policy: All sales are final. There

are no refunds; however, exchanges may be made for a fee of $5.00 per order. Current subscribers enjoy FREE ticket exchange privileges and lost ticket insurance.

Inclement Weather Policy: The Fulton

maintains a firm policy of not cancelling performances due to inclement weather. Patrons are urged to make every effort to attend.

Rest Rooms: Rest rooms are located on every floor except Ground. The main rest rooms are located on the second floor and can be reached by taking the elevator or the Grand Staircase.

Coats: A self-service coat room is located off

the main lobby (to the left as you enter) on the first level. The Fulton is not responsible for lost items. Please do not hang clothing or place personal belongings on the railings in the auditorium.

Lost & Found: Lost and found articles are kept in the Box Office for 30 days. Please call 717-397-7425 to inquire about lost items. Safety notice: There are steps to the seating in the Parquet, Mezzanine and Gallery sections. Please watch your step when you enter and leave the theatre. Also, for your safety, please do not leave your seats until the house lights come on at the end of the performance. Hurrying to the exit in the theatre in the dark may pose a hazard for you or someone in your party. Telephone: A courtesy telephone is located in the Box Office lobby. Group Discounts: What could be more

fun than a theatre party with friends? Group discounts are available for groups of 15 or more. Great for groups of any kind. Contact the Box Office for rates.

Costume Rentals: The Costume Collection at

the Fulton has thousands of costumes available for rent by individuals or groups. Perfect for Halloween, school productions or costume parties. For information, call the Costume Shop.

Contact Information:

Fulton Theatre 12 N. Prince St., P.O. Box 1865 Lancaster, PA 17608-1865

Box Office:

(717) 397-7425

Administration: (717) 394-7133 Costumes: (717) 394-3234 Fax: (717) 397-3780

Website: Box Office Hours: Monday through Friday

10 AM - 5 PM, and 2 hours before performances on weekends. Credit cards accepted: Visa, MasterCard, AMEX and Discover.

Fire Notice:

The exit indicated by a red exit sign nearest to the seat you occupy is the shortest route to the street. In the event of fire or other emergency, please walk to that exit; please do not run. Patrons using wheelchairs should use the main entrance or stage door exit whenever possible.

Medical Emergencies:

Please report medical incidents to the Audience Services staff in the lobby.


Producers Circle

The following individuals generously contribute $1,000 or more to the Fulton’s Annual Campaign and/or through other development opportunities at our historic theatre. In doing so, they’ll play a lead role in the success of our 2012/13 Annual Campaign efforts. Additionally, individuals whose collective giving totals $5,000 or more are also recognized as members of the Fulton’s Artistic Director’s Circle. PLATINUM CIRCLE ($20,000-$49,999) Ann B. Barshinger Pat and Linda Castagna ^ Barbara and Charles Eichmann Anne and Gene Gardner ^ Karyn and William Regitz ^ Thomas A. and Georgina T. Russo Family Foundation Willis W. Shenk ^ GOLD CIRCLE ($10,000-$19,999) Dr. and Mrs. James P. Argires Abbie and Ely Gonick ^ Robert F. Groff ^ Kent and Elisabeth Habecker ^ Mr. and Mrs. Richard Levengood ^ Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Schrotberger ^ Patrick and Kristine Tell ^ SILVER CIRCLE ($5,000-$9,999) Drs. Edward and Jeanne Arnold ^ Eloise Aurand ^ Dr. and Mrs. Norman M. Axelrod ^ Anne and Robert Bowman ^ Mary S. Burton and Laurent Horne Connie and Budd Callman ^ Josele Cleary ^ Jane W. Deibler ^ Wendell L. Funk, MD Susan and John Garofola ^ Mrs. Milton K. Morgan, Jr. ^ Rick and Jessica Rodgers Sharon and Paul Sherban ^ Deidre and Bill Simmons ^ Kit and Pete Slaugh **^ Paul W. and Judy S. Ware ^ BRONZE CIRCLE ($2,500-$4,999) William W. and Susan C. Adams ^ Andrew Hooker Appel Mr. Tim Arpin and Mr. James Henning Mr. and Mrs. Robert I. Derck ^ James D. Hagelgans and Gale M. Zorian Dale and Sadie High Mary Kearns and Jon Walker ^ Ms. Kathleen McAllen Marjorie McCarthy ^ Clark and Ethelmae McSparren ^ Jane and Paul Mueller ^ Walter D. and Patricia J. Otto **^ Carol T. and John F. Pyfer, Jr. ^ Mark and Nancy Randall ^ Jim and Sandy Reese Dr. and Mrs. Irwin Richman Rintz Family Foundation Marc Robin and Curt Dale Clark * Dr. Bruce and Carole Silverstein ^

Ms. Sue Steffy E. Philip and Kim R. Wenger Philip R. Wenger and Steven T. Dinnocenti ^ Dr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Westphal FOUNDERS CIRCLE ($1,000-$2,499) Richard A. Altman ^ Anonymous Nancy Arnold The Ashland Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Beeman David and Renie Beidleman Bob and Emy Belser ^ Marilyn Berger Dr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Besecker ^ Richard Bidgood and Ann Steiner ^ Heike and Fred Bloom Mrs. John H. Brown, Jr. ^ Mr. D. Dwight Browning ^ Janet and Larry Carroll ^ Helen and Tony Castle Troy and Kathryn Clair ^ Mr. and Mrs. Marc L. Colosi ^ Mr. Kimm Cooper ^ Mr. and Mrs. George Desmond Dr. Daleela G. and Mr. Clifford H. Dodge The Lawrence H. and Elizabeth S. Dunlap Foundation Mary Beth and Jim Eberle Jerry and Susan Eckert Dr. and Mrs. Robert B. Falk, Jr. Wes Farmer and Dr. Hilda Shirk ^ Dallas and Sarah Young Fisher Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Fitzgerald Gerald and Suzanne Ganse Mr. and Mrs. Eugene H. Gardner, Jr. Tom and Valerie Gemmill Doris and Vicki Goehring ^ Lisa Groff and Kerry Halloran R. Fred and Robin Groff John and Diane Hackman Randy and Martha Harris Patti and Carl Hartman ** Mrs. John H. Hartman ^ John E. and Mary Hayes Bill Haynes and Pat Smedley Dan and Caroline Herr ^ Diane and John Herr ^ Ms. Carrie Nunan Hill Joanne M. Judge and Rick Oppenheimer Karen and Jim Kendig Bill and Pamela Kiehl Bruce R. and Jenny Koch ^ Mary Ellen and Bill Kopetz ^ Mr. Michael W. and Ms. Elizabeth Todd Lambert Mr. and Mrs. Gregory S. Lefever Jeff LeFevre ^ Mr. and Mrs. Myron Levy


Dr. and Mrs. Francis Manning John and Ann Martin Jan Masland and Larry Keating ^ Christopher and Mary Mattson ^ Mrs. Edith Z. May Bill and Trish McCarty ^ Mark and Beth McCollom Gladdie and Chris McMurtrie ^ Julie S. McNamara Rodney and Verna Moseman Scott and Ann Moyer Mr. and Mrs. Curtis J. Myers Peggy Neff Dr. and Mrs. Peter Novosel ^ Mr. Dean Oberholtzer and Mr. Justin Ang Mrs. Stuart Raub ^ Roseann Romito, MD Thomas R. Ryan ^ Mr. and Mrs. James B. Sabino ^ Mr. and Mrs. Roger Sandt Rev. David and Beth Serfass Dr. and Mrs. John Sheaffer ^ Dr. David and Jennifer Silbert ^ David B. Skerpon and Christopher W. Baldrige Pete and Patti Skiadas Mrs. Dorothy Mowery Smith ^ Mr. and Mrs. W. John Soost ^ Mr. Fred and Dr. Carole M. Spencer Mr. and Mrs. David A. Stadel Elliot and Betsey Sterenfeld Ken and Susan Stoudt Mr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Sweeney ^ Barbara B. Talbot Marge and Henry Tancke David and Rhonda Taylor Dr. and Mrs. John T. Thorn * Douglas S. Trower ^ Mrs. Marianna Wanner Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Warfel ^ George and Ann Weaver Michael and Sandy Wege Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Weidman ^ Susan and David Wood Marcelline Woodson ^ Susan Valk Woolworth ^ Alan K. Wyand and Robert L. Shoener * Indicates an in-kind gift ** Indicates an in-kind gift and cash contribution ^ Indicates 10 or more years of consecutive giving to the Annual Campaign

Supporting Cast The following individuals generously contribute gifts of $150 - $999 to the Fulton’s Annual Campaign and/or through other development opportunities at our historic theatre. All gifts are fully taxdeductible and play a significant role in the success of our 2012/13 Annual Campaign efforts. BENEFACTORS ($500-$999) Charles and Charlotte Arnold Michael and Tracy Arnold Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Ashby, Jr. ^ Joan Barney ^ Dr. and Mrs. Don Berkow Joseph T. Breneman II ^ Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Brennan ^ Mr. and Mrs. Timothy P. Brown ^ Sally Buckwalter ^ Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clair Bob and Bobbi Compton Sue and Ross Deck Dr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Diehl MD Jeff and Sally Doane John S. Dombach Mr. and Mrs. G. Yale Eastman ^ Mr. and Mrs. David Eschbach III ^ Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Evans John B. Eye ^ Ms. Susan B. Favorite Judy and Rufus Fulton ^ Mr. John F. Garber Lewis Gemmill, Sr. Dr. Kathleen Gerbert and Dr. Bryan Yingling Rick and Gail Gray Bob Handler ^ Dr. and Mrs. Justin Harberson Mr. and Mrs. William F. Honaman ^ Mr. Don H. Johnson Rich and Janie Kaelberer Charles and Ann Keim Mr. and Mrs. Robert Krasne Austin M. Lee Jeff Levine and Ellen O’Mara Jane M. Lewis ^ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Q. Livingston ^ Mr. Paul A. Lombardo ^ Theodore E. and Betty G. Long Lyet Family Bruce Martin and John Haney ^ Tim and Joan Martin Harriet W. Maurer Hugh and Pam McGettigan Terry and Millie Moore George and Caroline Morgan ^ Richard and Mary Ann Morse Frank and Debbie Musso ^ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Nolt ^ Dr. and Mrs. Marvin Nolt ^ Rich and Janet Oliver Elizabeth and Jeffrey Paul Timothy W. and Lynn W. Peters Ms. Natalie Petersen Ms. Joy Phillips and Mr. Robert Patzer Rev. Dr. Roger A. and Sandra R. Pickering Mrs. Anna M. Rakoczy ^ Mr. and Mrs. John N. Rigas ^

Dr. and Mrs. Paul H. Ripple ^ Mr. Charles Romberger Mr. and Mrs. William Saporetti Drs. Fred and Lynne Saunders Mr. Curtis G. Shaffer and Mr. Thomas F. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. F. Barry J. Shaw Brad Shew and Anthony Lascoskie Jr. James E. and Mary E. Shreiner ^ Keith and Elaine Snyder Beverly R. Steinman ^ Marcia Stoner and David Dierwechter ^ Cindy and Rich Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Stockwell Carol Szutowicz Mr. and Mrs. Boyer Veitch ^ Ms. Susan Washburn and Ms. Kristin Rehder David and Margaret Young SUSTAINERS ($250-$499) Maggie and Buzz Anspach ^ Jim and Liz Arnold ^ Mary Ellen Bachman ^ Ed and Jackie Balderston Mr. and Mrs. David Barr Mr. Ronald E. Barton ^ William and Laralee Bash Ms. Beth Bathe Susan M. Bator Mr. and Mrs. Rick W. Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Berkebile ^ Eric Berman ^ Dave and Paulie Bird ^ Dan and Cindy Blakinger Dick and Barb Blakinger ^ Mr. and Mrs. William E. Blevins June and Dick Blouch ^ Robert and Reba Bolinger ^ Ed and Susan Bonekemper Dr. Robert J. Bresler and Mrs. Linda Carvell ^ Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Broad Jay and Pam Bucher ^ Becky Bumsted ^ Ms. Sally Stauffer Bures Leroy and Donna Carr Mr. and Mrs. Dino Cesarini Dr. J. Frederick and Theodora M. Chairsell ^ Don and Lisa Clark ^ Ms. Cass Cliatt and Mr. Mark Amundson Mr. and Mrs. James Cluck ^ Collier Family Fund of the Community Foundation of NJ Drs. Paul and Sharon Conslato ^ Mr. and Mrs. Nevin D. Cooley June and John Crisp ^ Bill and Linda Crosswell ^ Mr. and Mrs. Ray D’Agostino, Jr.


John and Mary Darras ^ Jorge Davin Mr. and Mrs. William Donovan Harold and Helen Emmitt ^ Edward and Diana England ^ Mrs. Mildred Erisman ^ Mrs. Polly Eshelman ^ Mr. and Mrs. George Evans Mr. and Mrs. Glenn P. Farrell Jeanne and David Feight Mrs. Robert N. Ford ^ Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey R. Funk Ted and Linda Gallagher ^ Dr. and Mrs. John W. Gareis ^ Ed and Kathleen Garvey ^ Mr. and Mrs. John Gast Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Gerhart ^ Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Gilbert ^ Colleen and Milton Gockley Mr. and Mrs. Edward Golden, Jr. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Alfred M. Gottscho ^ Louis and Janet Gray ^ Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Groff ^ Mr. Craig Haberle and Ms. Kristin Hill Haberle Mr. and Mrs. Alex J. Haralam Ms. Thetis Harvey Ms. Linda M. Hengst Elam and Patti Herr ^ Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael Hershner Mr. and Mrs. Melvin H. Hess J. Robert and Nancy Hess ^ Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. Hillard Caroline and Paul Hoffer ^ Mr. and Mrs. John Hooning Dr. and Mrs. Henry W. Huffnagle ^ Peter and Barbara Hunsberger Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Jones Ms. Eleanor Kappock Jeff and Peg Kay ^ Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Keener Stephen and Veronica Kepchar ^ Mrs. June Klemm H. H. and Fay Kramer ^ Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Kramer, Jr. ^ Mrs. Beatryce F. Kreiner ^ Patrick and Stacey Kubis Edward T. Kurek ^ Ruth N. Lamb Kevin and Sherry Lapp Dr. and Mrs. Rob Larkin Donna Lashof Wayne and Sybil Lawrence ^ Leslie and James Lemonick ^ Johanna Lever ^ Al and Elizabeth Lewis Dr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Lockey III Alan and Linda Loss ^ Larry and Barbara Loughner ^ Hugh and Barbara MacMaster Donald and Stacie Main Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Martin ^

Supporting Cast Ms. Maureen M. McCaffery Dr. William D. McCann ^ Ms. Constance A. McCollough ^ Mr. and Mrs. Michael McDonald David and Penny McGaughy ^ Mr. and Mrs. Christopher McGee Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. McGrann Mrs. James McQueen Mr. and Mrs. William A. Mehler, Jr. ^ Lorna Long Mentzer Drs. Edmund M. and Esther J. Miller ^ Jane L. Miller Dr. and Mrs. John W. Miller, Jr. Roger and Grace Moyer Marty Ness Louis and Helen Nicozisis ^ Kathleen O’Hara and David Hendel ^ Mr. and Mrs. Scott Owens Ms. Kathleen A. Pavelko and Dr. Eugene Borza Dr. and Mrs. Brent Pawlson Piersol-Miller Family Mr. and Mrs. Richard Poillon, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. John G. Pontius ^ Robert and Patricia Pontz ^ Paul and Patti Quinn ^ Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Radcliffe Mr. and Mrs. R. Mac Reeves Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reigle Linda and Sam Rice ^ Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Richards ^ C. Allan and Eleanor G. Rineer ^ George and Patricia Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Craig A. Roda ^ Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Rohrer ^ Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rondinelli Harriet and George Rosenstein Dr. and Mrs. Gerald W. Rothacker, Jr. ^

Abby H. Rudisill ^ Joyce and John Saeger ^ John and Ann Sceppa Drs. Beverly and John Schantz ^ Carol and Phil Schonour Mr. and Mrs. William L. Schucker Mr. and Mrs. Gregory J. Scott Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Seavey Nick and Jean Selch ^ Rosanne and David Selfon Bill and Eileen Shaughnessy ^ Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sheedy Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Shenk Dr. and Mrs. James E. Spicher Andrew D. Stauffer ^ Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stauffer Mary J. Stauffer Charles and Ruth Stewart ^ Kendall and Tom Stonerook ^ Mr. and Mrs. Francis F. Strouse The Honorable P. Michael Sturla and Ms. Tracy L. Horst Dr. and Mrs. Edward O. Swartz Rupert and Charlene Taylor Anne and John Tennis ^ James H. and Judy L. Thomas ^ Kay and Bob Troxell

Sally Vanderslice Chuck and Margie Walker ^ Mr. Robert and Mrs. Barbara Walker Mr. and Mrs. G. Arthur Weaver Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth N. Weaver ^ David and Marijane Weeks Ms. Lisa Weida Mr. and Mrs. Duane L. Weiss Cliff and Carol Wenger ^ Ned Wert ^ Richard and Linda Wildonger Mr. and Mrs. Michael Williams Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wirth Dottie and Skip Witmer Ms. Virginia B. Witmer ^ Richard and Nancy Witwer Dr. and Mrs. Robert Zemsky ^ CONTRIBUTORS ($150-$249) Eleanor K. Achtermann ^ Jim Adams Mr. and Mrs. Neil Albert Dr. and Mrs. Richard H. Albright, Jr. Anonymous Marlene Arnold Kathy J. Ashby Mr. and Mrs. Byron Babcock Mr. and Mrs. John Barnett Mr. and Mrs. Ernest P. Beardsley III Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Beaver III Mr. and Mrs. Craig S. Beittel ^ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bender Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Benton Dave and Betty Berndt ^ Mr. Robert Book Mrs. Harvey Bradley Ms. Ellen L. Brinton Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Broderick ^ Dr. and Mrs. H. Zane Brown ^ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Brown Ms. Eileen L. Buckel Mr. and Mrs. Fredric E. Bulleit Donna and Chip Burgess ^ Joan and Roy Burks Betsy and Bill Calder Janet and Phil Calhoun ^ Donna L. Campbell Jill M. Carson ^ Mr. Clifford Catania Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd E. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Coleman
 Mr. Thomas Hills Cook Ms. Bessie Coyne Ms. Annalisa Crannell Kathryn Custer Dr. and Mrs. Marvin Daley Mr. and Mrs. D. Weston Darby, Jr. Kenneth and Cheryl Deaven ^ Pat Deerin Mr. and Mrs. Terry DiGruttolo ^ Tom and Janice Dunlevy Mr. Ray Edmison Mr. Thomas C. Erisman and Ms. Brenda Finley Esbenshade Foundation ^
 Glenna Eshleman Dottie Ezard ^


Pastor and Mrs. Charles Fair ^ Rodney and Jeralyn Fenstermacher Crystal and Bill Flanagan Ms. Jane Fouraker David A. Franklin Bill and Terry Frantz Susan Fulton-Glass Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Gainer ^ Mr. and Mrs. Ned D. Gardner ^ Mr. Fred C. Geiger, Jr. Mrs. Marian R. Gerhart Joan and Henry Gibbel Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. Glouner Dr. and Mrs. James E. Goddard ^ Mr. and Mrs. George Goldinger ^ Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Gottlieb Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Gould Inda and Reid Graybill Mrs. Shirley E. Grill ^ Mr. and Mrs. Edgar L. Grove Mr. and Mrs. Alfred B. Guion Susan M. Gula
 Ms. Mary Haesche Audrey and John Hallgren ^ Chuck and Mary Hansen Jeff and Patrice Hazlett Mr. and Mrs. David G. Heckel Dr. and Mrs. Donald M. Herr ^ Ms. Karen Herrling Nancy H. Hershey ^ Calvin and Janet High ^ Greg and April High Thomas and Ann Hinkle ^ Mrs. E. James Hogan ^ Ms. Wanda Hollenbeck Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Holler ^ George and Barbara Homer Mr. and Mrs. William G. Homer Jake and Sandy Hoover Ken and Phyllis Hoover ^ Ms. Ann Hossler Paula and Don Howard Judge and Mrs. Wayne Hummer Brad and Betty Jane Igou ^ Jeffrey and Colleen Jacobsen Sally M. Jarvis ^ Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Kaebnick Rick and Susan Kastner Douglas and Melinda Kaufman Thomas and Nancy Kitzmiller Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Kline Mrs. Joyce S. Kohler Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Lamb Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Lambert ^ Doug and Sue Lapp Mr. David M. Leas and Mr. Benjamin C. Dunlap, Jr. Alice S. Lehmann ^ Mr. and Mrs. Calvin E. Levis Mr. and Mrs. Daryl B. Lichty Karen Lilly Mr. Bob Locke Mr. William A. Loeb Lonnie and Irene Logan Paul and Marie Long Mr. and Mrs. Larry L. Loose Mr. David Lyall

Supporting Cast Mr. and Mrs. Dennis L. Mann David and Marcia Martin Mr. and Mrs. Kervin Martin Kenneth and Gladys Martin ^ Charles H. Maser and Jon L. Johnson Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. Matlin Ms. Kathryn Matthews Mr. and Mrs. William J. McCann, Jr.^ Mr. and Mrs. Nelson McCormick Mr. Joseph McDonald Mrs. F. W. McLaughlin ^ John and Joanne McSparran Mr. and Mrs. Lewis I. Mengle ^ Mr. and Mrs. Barry Miller Jan and Gene Moore Al and Pat Morrison ^ Ron and Faye Mowrer Richard and Denise Moxley, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Mundy Bob Muth Dr. David L. Newcomer Ms. Mary Kathryn Noll Ms. Lydia Pease Dr. Raymond E. Peart and Dr. Pamela J. Koch Honorable and Mrs. Michael J. Perezous Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Pharoah Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Poole ^ Mr. and Mrs. Scott Qualls Ms. Marjorie Rambo Anthony and Bonnie Rathsam Ms. Patricia A. Reed Rev. Randolph Riggs

Mr. and Mrs. James B. Roberts Dr. and Mrs. Robert L. Roschel ^ Frank and Peggy Rosol ^ Mr. and Mrs. Andrew B. Rote ^ Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Rush Bruce and Donna Russell Mr. and Mrs. Stephen E. Ruth ^ Ms. Robin Sarratt-Cohen Dr. Richard Sasin ^ Frances E. Sattazahn R. Clair and Doris Sauder Jim and Kathi Schaedler Earle M. Schmuckle ^ Jeff and Shirley Sellers ^ Richard and Carol Shaefer ^ Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Shaffer Dr. and Mrs. Sean J. Sharkey, Jr. Jean and Jack Sheehan Dr. and Mrs. Richard D. Sherr Mr. and Mrs. John W. Shertzer Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur K. Shoemaker ^ Dr. and Mrs. Leigh S. Shuman Dan and Sue Sigman ^ Mrs. David J. Silverstein ^ Sarah H. Slaymaker ^ Mr. and Mrs. George W. Small Dr. and Mrs. Roy S. Small Mr. and Mrs. John R. Smith Mrs. William A. Sonntag Mr. and Mrs. Reed S. Spiegel ^ Ben and Barbara Stabile Mr. David R. Stadden Gayle and Don Stauffer ^ Dan and Georgia Steinbacher

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Stiefvater Rev. and Mrs. John L. Strube, Jr. Pat Sullivan ^ Norman and Eleanor Taylor Wendy and Nick Taylor ^ Ailyn Terada Mr. and Mrs. Frank K. Thudium Drs. Robert and Janice Tindall ^ Mr. and Mrs. Harry Turner Ken and Gail Twiford Willem and Thea van Huystee ^ Mr. and Mrs. Dirk van Vuure Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Vaudo Dr. and Mrs. Richard S. Wagner, Jr. ^ Dennis and Joy Walker ^ Janice and Ted Weitzel Dr. and Mrs. Melvyn G. Wenger ^ Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wengert ^ Hans-Erik and Linda Wennberg Dr. and Mrs. Henry S. Wentz ^ Donna M. Wetzler ^ Bill and Phyllis Whitesell Eugene and Nancy Wile Mr. and Mrs. Robert Winters Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wirth James and Sharon Wolman Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yaeger Allison and Herb Zimmerman Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Zorach * Indicates an in-kind gift ^ Indicates 10 or more years of consecutive giving to the Annual Campaign

Help Wanted Did you know the Fulton has recently expanded its scene shop and costume shop operations? We are now looking for hourly employees and volunteers to help build and paint set pieces and alter costumes. Also, our shop is available to build sets for other professional, community, high school and church theatre productions. To learn more, contact William Mohney at

Judy and Paul Ware learn about the Fulton’s new CNC router, made possible by their generous support. Photo by Nick Gould.


Supporting Cast SUPPORTER ($60-$149) This level of giving is only listed once in the 2012/13 Season. A Friend (Anonymous) Dr. and Mrs. Frank M. Abel Mr. and Mrs. James G. Abert ^ Mr. George W. Adams ^ Mr. and Mrs. John Ahlfeld Mr. and Mrs. William Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Eugene F. Alichwer ^ Mr. and Mrs. Frank Altdoerffer Patricia and Jay Anderson Richard and Karen Anderson ^ Jane K. Appleyard Ms. Carole N. Ashby ^ Miss Norma B. Aston ^ Mr. and Mrs. D. Glenn Aument Don and Thelma Aurand ^ Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Babione Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Baker Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bare Ms. Diane Barr ^ Ms. Louise Barr Kathryn M. Barto Ms. Carol Bassett Mr. and Mrs. Garth Becker Mr. Raymond Belliveau Ms. Anna Belser Mr. J. Kenneth Bender Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Bergan Mr. James E. Biller Bill and Joan Billett Mr. and Mrs. William W. Binzen Karra Black Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bloom Dr. and Mrs. William R. A. Boben Ms. Cynthia Boehler-Walsh Judith Ann Bollinger ^ Mr. and Mrs. Paul Scott Bomberger ^ Ms. Dorothy M. Book Mr. and Mrs. George M. Bookman, Jr. Russell and Joan Bower Ms. Marguerite E. Bowers ^ Ms. Deborah A. Brandt Ms. Barbara O. Breneman Vincent C. Bresch Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Breuers ^ Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Bricker Mr. and Mrs. Franklin E. Britton ^ Ms. Ruth Brons Mr. and Mrs. Doug Brossman Dr. Roger Brown Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brubaker ^ Margot and George Brubaker C. Alan and Roberta M. Bruns Dr. and Mrs. Glenn R. Bucher Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Burross Ms. Carol E. Caddick Mr. Phil Capp Mr. William Cater William B. and F. Lynn Catton Ms. Shirlene K. Cerceo Ms. Kay F. Charles ^ Mr. and Mrs. O. Duane Chesney Emily Chiodo Mrs. Edwina Cholmeley-Jones Mr. and Mrs. William Chronister, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Chubb ^ Molly Clark The David R. Clayton Family Ms. Cheryl Clemson Mr. and Mrs. R. Taylor Cloud Marie Clubine Dr. and Mrs. Randy A. Cohen

Ms. Jill L. Conrad ^ Dr. and Mrs. Herbert K. Cooper, III Ms. Patricia A. Cooper ^ Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Cormier Mrs. Shannon Cortese Rosemary Coverly and L. Kent Strickler ^ Ms. Dawn Cox Mark and Lisa Crowe Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cunningham Ms. Kelli Curtin Mrs. Jeanne Clark Davis Susan Davis and John Martino Ms. Kimberly Decker Tom and Mary Ellen Decker Susi and William Deckert Peter and Charlotte DeGreen ^ Ms. Hazel Deming ^ Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Dilworth Dr. and Mrs. Kirk R. Dise Mr. Kurt Doan Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Dochat Mr. and Mrs. Graydon A. Dodson Mr. and Mrs. Francis M. Dombrowski Ms. Lois Dostalik Ms. Flora Doty Robert and Diane Doyle ^ Rev. Curtis Dubble Mrs. Ruth R. Dutcher Ms. Flora Duty William and Marilyn Ebel Mr. and Mrs. Harry Egolf ^ Ms. Ruth Ehrlich Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Elkin Mr. and Mrs. Stephen P. Ember Mr. and Mrs. Stephen G. Engle Mr. Thomas Englet Ruby and Harold Esbenshade ^ Dr. and Mrs. S. Kendrick Eshleman Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Euclide Mr. and Mrs. Louis G. Farina Mrs. Martha A. Farver-Apgar Mr. James E. Feeney ^ Ms. Betty J. Finney ^ Ms. Ginger G. Fisher Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Foley Mr. William Foos and Dr. Colleen C. Foos Mr. and Mrs. Theodore M. Foose ^ Mr. and Mrs. Ron Ford Mr. David Franklin Ms. Elizabeth M. Frederick ^ Dr. Gene Freeman Mr. and Mrs. Larry A. Fry Eugene and Judy Funk Mrs. Julie Fulton and Mr. Ben Miller E. Margaret Gabel ^ Robert and Charlotte Galgon Michael and Karen Galluppi Mr. and Mrs. Henry Garber ^ Mr. and Mrs. William O. Garden, Jr. ^ Mrs. Kent Gardner ^ Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Gaudio Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Gerhardt Ms. Marilyn Gerriets Karl and Linda Gettle Mr. and Mrs. James C. Gibbel Mr. and Mrs. Barry G. Gilbert ^ Tom and Joanne Gilburg Shirley H. Gitomer ^ Mr. and Mrs. Ken Giurlando Nadine Gladfelter Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Glasser ^ Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence B. Glover Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Goldstrom ^


Dr. and MRs. Daniel Good Ms. Karen Gorgonzola Harvey and Betty Gossard Dr. and Mrs. Alistair Grant John and Barbara Graeter Mr. and Mrs. Scott H. Gribble Ms. Ann Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Griffith Dennis and Betty Jo Grimm Robert and Gloria Grossman ^ Rex and Moira Grubb ^ Mr. and Mrs. Ira Grushow ^ Ms. Katie Guild Ms. Lillian Gysbers Ms. Jean Haberle ^ Linda and Scott Hable ^ Dr. and Mrs. John Hagen Mrs. Leslie Halpern ^ Chuck and Mary Hansen Barry E. and Betty Jean Haverstick Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Heagy ^ Jeanette L. Hebel, MD Ms. Grace K. Heimbach ^ Mr. and Mrs. Larry Helicher Mr. and Mrs. John B. Helmer Lori L. Herr and John N. Thomas Ms. Peggy Herr ^ Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Herr Mr. John D. Hershey Mr. and Mrs. John S. Hershey Mrs. Terri Hess Mr. and Mrs. John F. Hinkle, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hinson Bruce and Karen Hirte Ms. Marilyn Hoffman Donald J. and Beverly A. Holler ^ Luba A. Holowaty ^ Kathy Lynn Horne ^ Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Horning Ms. Janet Horrocks Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Horst Jack R. Hostetter ^ Ms. Laura K. Howell Mr. James Hudson Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael Hurst Mr. Maury H. Hurwitz Mr. Kevin Imgrund Dr. and Mrs. Troy J. Isaak ^ Ms. Pat Jackson Dr. and Mrs. William Jacobson Mr. Merlyn Jenkins Ms. Carole Jennings Mr. and Mrs. Stanley R. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. William J. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. John Joseph Mr. Ben Kauffman Lynne Kearnan Alice and Ken Keener ^ Brenda A. Keener ^ Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Kemrer ^ Mr. and Mrs. William T. Kepler Ms. Margaret Kepner ^ Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kern Ms. Mary Ann Killian Thomas Kirkpatrick and Djuana Strauch Lester and Deborah Kissinger, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William F. Kleine Dr. and Mrs. Randy Kochel Mr. and Mrs. David Kohler Albert and Marie Kopf Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kosowsky Ms. Audrey Krupa and

Supporting Cast Mr. Tim Douglas Mr. and Mrs. Shelby LaMar Rev. Fred R. Landis Elaine M. Larrison Dr. and Mrs. John Leaman Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Lehman Ms. Roxanne Lehr Alan Levine ^ Jack and Liz Lewis ^ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Liss Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Lisse Mary Elizabeth Little ^ Mr. and Mrs. Walter Loder Mr. Andrew T. Loercher Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie L. Logan ^ Ms. Phyllis Lowe Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Lutz ^ Mr. and Mrs. Andrew O. Maines Dr. and Mrs. Edward D. Maley Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Manara Mrs. Josephine A. Marks Rev. and Mrs. Peter Marsden Miss Elizabeth A. Martin Dr. James S. Martin ^ Ms. Tina Martin Ms. Kathryn Mathews Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Mathias Mr. Anthony A. Matz Mr. and Mrs. Mark Maurer Mr. and Mrs. Howard R. McCabe Norma McCann Dr. and Mrs. Judson W. McCune Dr. W. Wesley McDonald and Alice Baumgart Stephanie W. McGovern Michael and Lynn McLean Robert and Lyndell McMullen Dr. and Mrs. Brian Melamed Mr. and Mrs. Lewis I. Mengle ^ Betty N. Meyers Mr. and Mrs. David G. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Edwin G. Miller ^ Mr. and Mrs. Francis P. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Miller, Jr. Ronald and Ruth Miller Mr. Thomas Miller Ms. Lucille Millhouse Mr. and Mrs. Monty Milner Ms. Cynthia Minnich Douglas and Cindy Minnich ^ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mitchell K. Charles and C. Mooney Arthur E. Morris Mr. and Mrs. John W. Morris ^ Dr. Leonard Mortenson Ms. Lesley Morton Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Mullin Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Mundy Ms. Victoria Murphy Marty Ness Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Newcomer Ms. Mary Kathryn Noll Sam and Joyce Nolt Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Norcross Mr. and Mrs. Phil Norris Steve and Sue Norwitz Dr. and Mrs. George B. Nyland ^ Dr. and Mrs. Russel J. Nyland Ms. Patricia A. Over Ken and Donna Patrick Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Peacock ^ Mr. and Mrs. R. Michael Peck Ellen and Carl Pike ^ Mr. and Mrs. P. Bruce Pipes

Mrs. Joyce Pollard Mrs. Jennie Porter Richard and Sylvia Powell Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey J. Pritchett Mr. and Mrs. N. Scott Qualls Mrs. Elaine Radcliffe Ms. Debra Rager Kenneth and Judi Ralph Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Ranck Mrs. Shirley H. Ranck and Tom Sosnoski Pat Randall Mrs. Betty Randolph Dr. and Mrs. Richard Reese Dr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Regan ^ Ms. Jane L. Reinhard Mr. Harold Rhoads Mr. and Mrs. Gary Rhodes Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rhyne Brian and Jodie Rice Dewey and Marion Riemersma ^ Ms. Gail Rittenhouse Mr. and Mrs. Philip O. Ritter Ms Jessica Rivers Dr. Karen L. Roberts Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Rogevich Ruthanne Roschel John and Linda Roscoe Dr. and Mrs. Dale Rosenberg Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ross Marilyn E. Rowan ^ Mr. William H. Rowden Dr. and Mrs. Frank E. Rozman Edward and Bridget Runkle Mr. and Mrs. Harvey A. Ruth ^ Mr. and Mrs. H. Andrew Sagar III Mr. Frederick Salomon Mrs. George Saner ^ Dr. Rolando Santiago Mr. and Mrs. R. Clair Sauder Mr. Stanley R. Saul Mrs. Perry Saunders ^ Ms. Susan E. Savage and Mr. Fred Engle Mrs. Roma Sayre Ms. Darlene M. Schaffer Mr. and Mrs. Hans R. Scholl Mrs. Marjorie L. Seachrist Rick and Susan Seavey Mrs. Shirley R. Seldomridge ^ Ms. Marcia Sensenig Mrs. Shirley A. Shaheen Mr. William Shawcross Mr. and Mrs. James H. Sheaffer ^ Mr. and Mrs. Carroll R. Shearer, Jr. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Shellenberger Mr. and Mrs. Mark Shelton Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shenk Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shenk Mr. L. Robert Shingle and Mr. Jim Keener Mr. and Mrs. Michael Shirk Mr. and Mrs. John Shuba Ms. Joan H. Siegrist Ms. Ellen M. Simpson ^ Mr. and Mrs. William E. Smedley ^ Harlo and Kathleen Smith ^ Dr. and Mrs. John Smith Robert and Judith Smith Mrs. Marian B. Snavely ^ Mr. and Mrs. Jack Snyder Geoffrey and Joan Sowers Mr. and Mrs. Philip Spector Ms. Martha M. Spillman


Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stahl Drs. David and Colleen Stameshkin Mr. Marc Starzyk Lee G. and Mary J. Stauffer Mrs. Margaret L. Stauffer ^ Mr. and Mrs. David L. Steele Mr. and Mrs. John E. Stefan ^ Mr. and Mrs. J. Roger Stemen ^ Mrs. Rose Stetler Judy Stevens Mr. James F. Stewart Zeb and Lillian Stewart Mrs. Betty Stoner Mr. Henry Swartz Mrs. H. Clay Sylvis ^ Charles and Patricia Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Raymond D. Teller John Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Jake Toews Ms. Betty Trofe Carol and Steven Trojanov Lynette Trout Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Urban ^ Ms. Zenaida E. S. Uy ^ Ms. Martha Vanderpoel Trip Van Roden Mr. and Mrs. Andrew H. Vogel III ^ Ms. L. Elinore Wackernagel John and Darlene Walker Ms. Melanie Walls Mr. and Mrs. R. Robert Warfel, Jr.^ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel G. Watt ^ Mr. and Mrs. Donald Weber Mr. and Mrs. Oscar W. Weber ^ Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Wechter Mr. and Mrs. John N. Weidman ^ Stock Weinstock-Collins Mr. and Mrs. William Weisser Nancy and Jim Wellendorf Dr. and Mrs. Hans-Erik Wennberg ^ Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Wert Douglas and Charlotte Whiting Sally B. Wiker Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Will ^ Ms. Marilyn B. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Alan M. Wolfers Dr. and Mrs. James L. Work Dr. Keith Wright K. P. Yeager Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Yentsch Mr. and Mrs. David Yerger Daryl and Marlisa Yoder-Bontrager Ms. Rebecca Young Dr. Bonnie Zehr Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Zeiber, Jr. ^ Dr. and Mrs. Nikitas J. Zervarios Mr. and Mrs. Dennis C. Zimmerman ^ * Indicates an in-kind gift ** Indicates an in-kind gift and cash contribution

Special Giving Initiatives The “Grand Old Lady of Prince Street” is in her 160th year of nourishing the soul of our community and we hope that you will consider a special gift to one or more of our growing initiatives. (Giving to Special Initiatives is within the last 12 months.) The following list represents gifts given through April 5, 2013. FAMILY THEATRE ENDOWMENT The Fulton has established a permanent endowment, proceeds from which will guarantee that the theatre can mount Family Theatre productions of family-oriented shows at affordable prices now and in the future for children. Pat and Linda Castagna Barbara and Charles Eichmann Peggy Neff MICHAEL D. MITCHELL ARTISTIC ENDOWMENT FUND Named in honor and loving memory of former Artistic Director Michael D. Mitchell, this special endowment fund helps to support Fulton resident and guest artists, while providing the necessary funds to support artistic enhancements to the theatre’s mainstage productions. Michael Frederic Zabryna Guevara Steven S. Fairres ARTISTIC DEVELOPMENT FUND Originally conceived as a result of a bequest from Melissa Clark Freeman, this fund strictly supports and enhances artistic excellence of the work on the Fulton’s stage. Anonymous Dr. and Mrs. Norman M. Axelrod Deb Bielek Mr. Clifford Catania Pat Deerin Jane W. Deibler Charlotte F. Fitzpatrick Anne and Gene Gardner Sam Gonzalez Jeff LeFevre Marilyn E. Rowan Thomas R. Ryan Mr. Fred and Dr. Carole M. Spencer Mr. Richard Winkler BUILDING FUND Donors to this fund help the Fulton acquire new fixtures and features for our National Historic Landmark theatre. Ann B. Barshinger Donna L. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence B. Glover Mr. and Mrs. H. Scott Hable Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lehman Glen and Jean Lengacher

Dr. Wesley McDonald and Alice Baumgart Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Mundy Raub Foundation Mr. and Mrs. William L. Schucker Molly Scott Ellen and Gray Sellers Dorothy Mowery Smith JEANNE CLEMSON SCHOLARSHIP FUND This fund supports children participating in Fulton Academy of Theatre programs at a reduced cost. Mr. Clifford Catania The David R. Clayton Family Steven S. Fairres Mr. and Mrs. Ira Grushow Ms. Carrie Nunan Hill Sally M. Jarvis Mr. and Mrs. Kosta Val Kambouroglos Douglas and Melinda Kaufman Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Kline Jeff LeFevre John and Ann Martin Ms. Joy Phillips and Mr. Robert Patzer Mr. and Mrs. Boyer Veitch Erica Clayton Wright MATCHING GIFT The Fulton Opera House acknowledges receipt of the following matching gifts: AETNA Foundation Armstrong Foundation Dow Corning Foundation Exelon Corporation IBM Foundation Johnson and Johnson Family of Companies Kellogg’s Merrill Lynch NCR Foundation PNC The BonwTon Stores Foundation Tyco BEQUESTS The following individuals have helped to ensure the continued growth and development of the Fulton with a bequest to our historic theatre. We are grateful for their gifts and are proud to recognize their thoughtful contributions in this regard. Melissa Clark Freeman Ellen Arnold Groff Ralph W. and Dorothy P. Kaufmann Michael D. Mitchell Margaret Miller Schock


PLANNED GIFTS / HELEN HAGER SOCIETY The following individuals have generously included the Fulton in their estate planning with a bequest of record. In doing so, they have become members of the Hager Society – a special group of Fulton friends who help to preserve our theatre’s past while planning for its future. Andrew Hooker Appel Mary Ellen Bachman Jan and Tom Bergen Anne and Robert K. Bowman Connie and Budd Callman Wendell L. Funk, MD Susan and John Garofola Tom and Valerie Gemmill Abbie and Ely Gonick Kent and Elisabeth Habecker Joan B. Lawler Marjorie McCarthy Dr. and Mrs. Clark McSparren, Jr. Jane L. Miller Jane and Paul Mueller Walter D. and Patricia J. Otto Harvey W. Owen Tara and Riess Potterveld Michael P. Powell Karyn and William Regitz Marilyn E. Rowan Joyce and John Saeger Dorothy Mowery Smith Douglas S. Trower Ann and Ron Vail Donna M. Wetzler Margaret B. Workman Susan and David Wood Alan K. Wyand and Robert L. Shoener Have you already included the Fulton in your estate planning or interested in doing so? Want to learn more about the Hager Society? Please contact Richard T. Bowen, Director of Development, at 394-7133, ext. 132. MEMORIALS IIn Memory of D. Dwight Browning Kathleen Dvorchak Anne and Gene Gardner Bruce A. and Susan K. Hepburn Jan and Gene Moore Jane and Paul Mueller Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Offermann Walter D. and Patricia J. Otto Robert L. Schroeder Jim and Mary Ellen Tarman Mr. and Mrs. Boyer Veitch

Special Giving Initiatives In Memory of Don Edmonds Fulton Guild In Memory of Ellen Arnold Groff Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Altdoerffer Ellie Aurand Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Barger Ann B. Barshinger William and Laralee Bash Benchmark Construction Company Heike and Fred Bloom Anne and Robert K. Bowman Mr. Joseph T. Breneman II Mr. Robert Brock Mrs. John H. Brown Joe and Becky Bumsted Connie and Budd Callman Janet and Larry Carroll Mr. and Mrs. William D. Chronister, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Marc L. Colosi Mr. Scott Conley and Ms. Kim Shorter Jeanette Cummings Rosemary Coverly and L. Kent Strickler Credit Suisse Susan Davis and John Martino Dr. and Mrs. Roy Deck Jr. Sallie and Hank Dominiak J. Thomas and Janice Dunlevy Ms. Kathleen E. Dvorchak Jane and Yale Eastman Robert and Ruth Ecklin Ephrata Community Hospital Dr. and Mrs. Robert B. Falk Mr. David W. Faust and Mr. Edward H. Real Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fields Mr. and Mrs. John F. Fulton Judy and Rufus Fulton Penny Fulmer Austra Gaige Anne and Gene Gardner Susan and John Garofola Ms. Nancy L. Gingrich Kent and Elisabeth Habecker Mr. and Mrs. William H. Haiges Tom and Cindy Hampton

Alex and Mary Haralam Mrs. John H. Hartman Mr. Edward Hauck and Ms. Stefanie B. Valar Jerome and Shelley Cohen Hershey Susan and Joseph Hindes Lisa Hostler The Howe Family Miriam A. Howe Dr. and Mrs. Henry W. Huffnagle Ellen Brody Hughes Mr. and Mrs. George F. Johnston Mr. and Mrs. Robert Krasne Marie Teresa Kreis Lancaster County Community Foundation Lancaster General Health Mr. and Mrs. Calvin E. Levis Mr. and Mrs. Charles Q. Livingston Dr. and Mrs. Edward D. Maley Ms. Rose Marie Mariani Phyllis Martin Christopher and Mary Mattson Dr. William D. McCann Mrs. Marjorie R. McCarthy Bill and Trish McCarty Ms. Constance A. McCollough Ruth Ann and Ed McKeague James B. McMullin Gladdie and Chris McMurtrie Julie McNamara Dennis and Lisa Miller Jane and Paul Mueller George and Jacqueline Nickel Rev. Thomas Nissley Mr. and Mrs. Barry L. Nissly Walter D. and Patricia J. Otto Mr. and Mrs. Valentino A. Palumbo Ms. Linda R. Peacock Gaylord and Nadine Poling Fritz and Nancy Porter Porterfield-Scheid Funeral Directors and Cremation Services Carol T. and John F. Pyfer, Jr. Karyn and William Regitz Jane L. Reinhard Austin and Zell Rich

Mary Jane Rill Dr. and Mrs. Paul H. Ripple Jack and Ginjr Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Craig A. Roda Sally R. Rohrer Mr. and Mrs. Andrew B. Rote Elizabeth Bowman Rothermel Mrs. Henry B. Rudisill Ms. Donna M. Ryan Andrew T. Scheid and Andrew T. Scheid Funeral Home Staff Nancy K. Schlegel Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Schneider Robert L. Schroeder Ms. Gail Schroeder Mr. Jay Schroeder Ms. Marjorie L. Seachrist Dr. and Mrs. John Sheaffer Caroline L. Shirk Mrs. John O. Shirk Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Shirk Charles F. Snyder Funeral Home and Crematory Wendell and Sandra Snyder Bill and Ruth Spacht Mr. Fred and Dr. Carole M. Spencer Diana and Jim Stager Mr. and Mrs. L. Kent Strickler Barbara B. Talbot Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Thayne Mr. and Mrs. Boyer L. Veitch Mr. and Mrs. Andrew H. Vogel Joy I. Walker Warfel Construction George and Ann Weaver Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Weaver Dr. Richard H. and Shirley G. Weber Ned Wert Mrs. Mildred M. Wimer WITF Ms. Susan Valk Woolworth Colonel and Mrs. Ray A. Young In Memory of Madeline Hartzell Fulton Guild LUTTRINGER LIBRARY Anonymous

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Business, Foundation & Government Join our Producers Circle Corporate Services Program. Corporate and Foundation donors that contribute $1,000 or more receive special benefits custom-tailored to their business needs. Depending on the level of your gift, you receive full season recognition in Fulton production programs, personalized ticket service, invitations to special networking events and subscription seating priority. LEADERSHIP CIRCLE ($50,000 and above) Lancaster County Community Foundation PNC

PPL Corporation ^ Sovereign Bank StoudtAdvisors2 United Way of Lancaster County’s Summer Activities Initiative Fund

PLATINUM CIRCLE ($30,000-$49,999) Benjamin Roberts and The HON Company + Fulton Bank ^ Fulton Theatre Guild ^ Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency ^ WGAL-TV ++ ^

FOUNDERS CIRCLE ($1,000-$2,499) Armstrong Foundation AT&T Barley Snyder Certified Carpet ^ Clark Associates, Inc. Dart Foundation Dermatology Associates of Lancaster, Ltd. Ferree Foundation Hagelgans & Veronis, LLP Herley Industries, Inc. Kunzler & Company, Inc. Lancaster NeuroScience & Spine Associates Lancaster Radiology Associates, Ltd. ^ Lancaster Toyota Shank’s Extracts The Clark Associates Charitable Foundation The James Hale Steinman Foundation ^ Turkey Hill Dairy ^ Versatek Enterprises, LLC ^ Warfel Construction Wiley’s Pharmacies ^

GOLD CIRCLE ($15,000-$29,999) Capital BlueCross Elizabethtown College High Companies ^ KPMG LLP ^ M&T Bank SILVER CIRCLE ($10,000-$14,999) CoreSource, Inc. Franklin & Marshall College ^ Lancaster General Health ^ Members 1st Federal Credit Union Millersville University ^ Susquehanna Bank The Hershey Company The Shubert Foundation Wells Fargo ^ WROZ “The Rose” 101 FM + BRONZE CIRCLE ($5,000-$9,999) Auntie Anne’s Clair Brothers Audio Enterprises, Inc. + Highmark Blue Shield Smilebuilderz The Bon Ton Stores The John Frederick Steinman Foundation ^ The Standard Group + ^ UGI Utilities, Inc. ^ Willow Valley Retirement Communities DIRECTORS CIRCLE ($2,500-$4,999) AAA Central Penn Ace the Party Place Anonymous ^ Deluxe Corporation ^ Electron Energy Corporation Ephrata National Bank ^ Frey-Lutz Corporation ^ Integrity Bank Isaac’s Famous Grilled Sandwiches

Corporate and Foundation donors who contribute $250 to $999 receive listing in our programs all season long-a great opportunity to show your clients and staff that your organization supports the arts in our community! SUSTAINERS ($500-$999) Barry Bruce & Company, Inc. ^ Brenneman Printing + Carol H. Gilbert Consulting Charter Homes & Neighborhoods Eastern Insurance Holdings Inc. Emerald Advisers, Inc. Gooding Group Foundation ^ Haller Enterprises, Inc. ^ Hatter, Harris and Beittel, LLP ^ Highland Tank & Manufacturing Co. J. C. Snavely & Sons, Inc. ^ Jack Treier Inc. Moving & Storage ^ Jerome H. Rhoads, Inc. ^ Lancaster Financial Services Lawn Equipment Parts Company ^ Lititz Mutual Insurance Company ^ Manheim Auto Auction ^ National Novelty Brush Co. PPM Real Estate/Tracy Horst Reinsel Kuntz Lesher LLP Reynolds Asset Management Services


+ Rottmund, Cheek & Co., Inc. Stadel Motors, Inc. ^ Strategic Resources, Inc. Sugarplums & Tea + Teachers Protective Mutual Life Insurance Co. ^ Tomlinson Bomberger Lawn Care Weinhold, Nickel & Company, LLP Weis Markets Williams Apothecary, Inc. ^ Young Funeral Home, Inc. ^ DONORS ($250-$499) A&L Doors and Specialties, Inc. Advanced Cooling Technologies, Inc. Appel & Yost LLP Autohaus Lancaster, Inc. B. R. Kreider & Son, Inc. Bauer Fastener & Power Tool Co., Inc. ^ Brent L. Miller Jewelers Brubaker, Inc. C.S. Davidson, Inc. Charles F. Snyder Funeral Homes and Crematory City Limits Realty Conestoga Tours, Inc. Cooper-Booth Wholesale Co. ^ D.H. Funk & Sons LLC Direct Wire and Cable Donegal Insurance Group ^ Dr. John A. Cooper, Jr. Dunbar Armored Inc. Dyer Company ^ ECORE International Elizabeth Gilbert Trust ^ Engleside Products, Inc. Eurofins Lancaster Laboratories ^ Evans Burial Vaults, Inc. Fluid Conditioning Products, Inc. Flyway Excavating, Inc. Furman Home for Funerals George C. Desmond Building George J. Grove & Son, Inc. ^ Giant Food Stores Groffs Family Funeral & Cremation Services, Inc. Hazlett, Burt & Watson, Inc. Hershey Creamery Company Hurst Bros. Development Co. Indoor City of Lancaster Ira G. Steffy & Son Inc. Kearney A. Snyder Funeral Home, Inc. ^ Lancaster County Coffee Roasters + ^ Lancaster County Motors, Inc. Lancaster Plumbing & Heating Co., Inc. Lapp Electrical Services, Inc. ^ McKonly & Asbury, LLP

Business, Foundation & Government Nikolaus & Hohenadel, LLP ^ Oletowne Jewelers Paul I. Sheaffer Insurance Agency, Inc. Phillips Office Solutions + PremierComm Ream Jewelers ^ Red Rose Restaurant Reese, Samley, Wagenseller, Mecum & Longer, P.C. Robert H. Ranck, Inc. Sheetz, Inc. ^ Simeral Construction Company Stauffers of Kissel Hill ^ Steel Fab Enterprises, LLC Steven T. Hahn Plumbing & Heating, Inc. Stephen T. Hohenwarter, CPA Stockyard Inn, Inc.

Stoner, Inc. The Greenfield Restaurant ^ Tiger’s Eye Tippetts Weaver Architects Tono Architects Two Dudes Painting Company ^ + Indicates a gift in-kind ++ Indicates an in-kind gift and cash contribution ^ Indicates 10 or more years of consecutive giving to the Annual Corporate Campaign The Fulton gratefully acknowledges all of our many contributors. Although we carefully check this list for accuracy, mistakes do


occasionally happen. If we have not listed you exactly as you like or omitted your name, please call Lisa Miller, at 394-7133, ext. 100. We will make the correction in future listings. All contributions were received prior to April 5, 2013. The Fulton receives state arts funding support through a grant from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency administering an annual state appropriation for grants to the arts.

Sponsors A special thank you to our corporate sponsors for the 2012/2013 Season.

Season Co-Sponsor

Production Sponsor

Media Sponsor

Production Co-Sponsors

Rental Sponsor

Eichmann Family Theatre Series Sponsors

School Day Sponsors

Print Sponsor

Access to the Arts Sponsor Armstrong Foundations

Audience Services Sponsors

Academy of Theatre Sponsor

Pay-What-You-Want Sponsors Abbie & Ely Gonick

2012 Youtheatre Sponsors Dart Foundation

Susan & John Garofola


Lancaster Radiology Associates, Ltd.

Building Bridges Sponsor

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Who’s Who

Regional credits include: Death and the King’s Horseman, Before It Hits Home, Guys and Dolls, Damn Yankees (The Black Rep St. Louis), The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (HotCity Theater), Beowulf (Metro Theater), Ruined (The Rep) and others. Kelvin is a proud member Actors Equity Association. Britton Smith (Dreamgirls—

Ensemble, U/S C.C. White) is thrilled to be making his Fulton Theatre debut! Britton recently graduated from Pace University and was just seen in the Encores! production of Cotton Club Parade. New York City Philharmonic: Company. He was also a part of the award winning production of Central Avenue Breakdown in Daegu, South Korea. Regional credits include: Hairspray, Ragtime, Damn Yankees, Lady Be Good, Kiss me Kate, Bare, The Buddy Holly Story. Endless gratitude for friends, family, B and God!

She is also involved with PRiMA Theatre of Lancaster as a singer and music coordinator. Sarah would like to thank Marc Robin and the Fulton for this opportunity and sends much thanks to her family, friends and husband Andy. La’Nette Wallace (Dreamgirls

—Ensemble, U/S Effie White) Fulton Debut. Studio Recordings: Broadway Cares, Carols for a Cure Vol. 11. Regional Credits include: The Color Purple (Church Lady, Darlene), Hairspray (Motormouth Maybelle), RENT Season’s Soloist/Joanne U/S), Tintypes (Susannah), Nunsense (Sister Hubert) and Bare (Sister Chantelle). Other: La’Nette dedicates this run to her beloved mother.

Byron Glenn Willis (Dreamgirls —Curtis Taylor Jr.) Fulton Debut: Other credits include: Once on This Island, Treasure Island, and Finian’s Rainbow, Dreamgirls (Marriott Theatre), Congo Square’s production Sarah Timm (Flat Stanley—Mom, of The Nativity (Goodman Theatre), Hollywood Assistant, Sam, Sneak Porgy and Bess, Caroline or Change Thief, Bikini Wahini) Sarah is excited (Court Theatre), Hair, Big River, to join the cast of Flat Stanley in Civil War (Barn Theatre), The her Fulton Theatre debut! Sarah has Buddy Holly Story (Drury Lane performed full-time for the past five Oakbrook Theatre), Dreamgirls years at Sight & Sound Theatres in (Arkansas Rep, Alhambra Dinner Lancaster, PA, where she played Eve, Theatre), Dessa Rose (Apple Tree In the Beginning; Mary, Miracle of Theatre), Purlie (Goodman Theatre/ Fulton Theater Lady Ad_Layout 1 8/3/11 Joseph. 9:21 AM Page 1 Pasadena Playhouse), Ragtime (Light Christmas; Potiphar,

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Who’s Who Opera Works), My Heart Is Crying, Crying–The Jackie Wilson Story, Sensational Soulful 60’s, Doo Wop Shoo Bop (Black Ensemble Theatre), Five Guys Named Moe (Drury Lane Evergreen Park), Deeply Rooted production of Nefertiti (Athenaeum Theatre), Higher Ground (Human Race Theatre), European Tour of Hair (Scala Theatre Co). Film: Barbershop 2, R. Kelly’s’ Trapped in the Closet, Detroit 1-8-7, Chicago Code and a host of commercials. Byron is a proud member of AEA and SAG-AFTRA, he is excited to be a part of this amazing production and he gives much gratitude to the creative team for this opportunity and a very special thanks to Marc Robin. “I Thank God the Creator of All for All!”

Tamara Young (Dreamgirls—

Charlene, U/S Michelle Morris) This is Miss. Young’s 1st production at the Fulton. Regional: MSMT: The Wiz. Signature Theatre: Dreamgirls, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. SSMT: Aida, Hairspray, Seussical the Musical, Show Boat, West Side Story, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Beauty and the Beast, White Christmas, Oklahoma! College: The Who’s Tommy, Crossing, Ragtime, Anything Goes, A Chorus Line. Education: Shenandoah University, 2012, BFA Music Theatre. Other: Thanks be to God and my supportive family (Romans 8:28)! Tom Eyen (Dreamgirls—Book and

Lyrics) wrote the book and lyrics for the Broadway musical Dreamgirls, for which he won both the 1982 Tony


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Who’s Who Award and Drama Desk Award for Best Book of a Musical. Eyen was a pioneer of the off-off Broadway theatre movement in the ‘60s and a prolific experimental playwright. His first commercial success came in 1970 with his satirical comedy The Dirtiest Show in Town. Other plays include Why Hannah’s Skirt Won’t Stay Down, Sarah B. Divine! and Women Behind Bars. He died May 29, 1991.

of A Chorus Line were awarded the Pulitzer Prize for drama. In 1979, he produced, directed and choreographed Ballroom, which was nominated for eight Tony Awards and won Mr. Bennett his sixth Tony. He won his seventh Tony Award for 1981’s Dreamgirls, and directed its acclaimed 1985 Broadway revival. The film adaptation of Dreamgirls was released in 2006.

Henry Krieger (Dreamgirls— Composer) began composing for Off-Off Broadway in his twenties, a venue that led to his meeting with playwright-lyricist Tom Eyen. Together with director-choreographer Michael Bennett, they created the long-running hit musical Dreamgirls, which opened at the Imperial Theatre on December 20, 1981. Dreamgirls won six Tony Awards, and Mr. Krieger was nominated for his now legendary score for which he won the Grammy Award for Best Original Cast album. Dreamgirls generated new success with new audiences as a Dreamworks film directed by Bill Condon. Side Show, directed and choreographed by Robert Longbottom (book and lyrics by Bill Russell), opened at the Richard Rodgers Theatre in November 1997. Side Show received four Tony nominations, including Best Score.

Harold Wheeler (Dreamgirls— Orchestrations) holds the distinction of being the first African-American to conduct the annual Academy Awards and a Broadway musical, Promises, Promises. Other Broadway credits include The Wiz (original production), A Chorus Line, Lena Horne—The Lady and Her Music, Two Gentlemen of Verona, Dreamgirls and Never Gonna Dance. He received Tony® nominations for Little Me, Swing!, The Life, The Full Monty, Hairspray, and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and won a Drama Desk Award for his work on Hairspray. He composed the score for the film Love! Valor! Compassion! and acted as co-Musical Director for the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta. Currently, he is the Musical Director for the ABC series Dancing with the Stars. He is married to actress/singer Hattie Winston.

Michael Bennett (Dreamgirls

Timothy Allen McDonald

—Original Direction and Choreography) choreographed Promises, Promises; Coco; Company; Follies (which he co-directed with Harold Prince); and Seesaw (which he also wrote and directed). In 1973, he made his debut as a dramatic director with Twigs, which starred Sada Thompson. A Chorus Line, which he conceived, choreographed and directed, won nine Tony Awards. In 1976, he and the other authors

(Flat Stanley—Book, Music & Lyrics) a respected educator, playwright (Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka, The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley, Jim Henson’s Emmet Otter) and director; Tim founded iTheatrics to create innovative programs that allow students to experience the transformative power of the arts. Before founding iTheatrics, Tim created Music Theatre International’s Education Division, working side-by-


Fulton Theatre Staff Marc Robin

Aaron A. Young

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– Development –

– Scenery – William Mohney . . . . . . . . . . . Technical Director Ben Miller . . . . . . . . Assistant Technical Director Josh Schlader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carpenter Andrew Takoch . . . . . . . . . . . Scenery Apprentice Ron Comly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shop Volunteer

Richard T. Bowen . . . . . . . Director of Development

– Lighting & Sound – Jacob Mishler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Audio Engineer Nick Cyr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Master Electrician Will Coeur . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Electrics Apprentice Nathan Diehl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Audio Apprentice – Costumes – Anthony Lascoskie, Jr. . . . . . . . . . Costume Shop Supervisor/Wig and Make Up Designer Brittany Leffler . . . . . . . . . . . . Wardrobe Mistress Kelsey Bomba . . . . . . . . . . . Costume Apprentice Stitchers Carol Becktold, Kelly Logue, Karen Parrett, Mary Snyder

Lisa L. Miller . . . Individual Giving Coordinator/ Development Database Manager Allison M. Hutt . . . . . Development Coordinator/ Corporate & Foundation Giving – Communications – Barry Halvorson . . . . . Director of Communications Thomas D. Kirkpatrick . . . . . . Director of Marketing Michelle Schaeffer . . . . . . . . . Box Office Manager Deborah Bielek . . . . . . . . . . . . . House Manager Betty Duncan . . . . . . . Volunteer Usher Coordinator Artie Van Why . . . . . . . . . . . . Group Sales Manager Part-Time Box Office Associates Erin Harnly, David May, Nathan Pease,

– Props – Katelin Walsko . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Props Manager Alexandria Flynn . . . . . . . . Properties Apprentice

Sasha Richardson, Phyllis Shelby, Ashley Taylor,

– Stage Management – Bryan Magonigal . . . . . . . Production Crew Chief Rebekah Church . . Stage Management Apprentice

Part-Time House Managers

Joanna Underhill

Elizabeth Brown, Barbara Kurtz, Rick Kurtz Volunteer Head Ushers

Administration Mary Anne Ritter . . . . . . . . . . . . Business Manager

Dick Duncan, Eleanor Green, Fred Landis,

Administrative Office Volunteers Anne Bowman, Bob Handler, Alice Lehmann – Education & Outreach – Jennifer Ridgway . . . Director of Education & Outreach Accessibility Committee Paula Blackburn, Jeannie Fischer, Edward Hersch, Fran Rodriguez, Nancy Kingsley, Rose Mary Nightingale

Barbara McDowell, Millie Natale, Bill Netting, Carolyn Woods – Company Management – Christen Cain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Company Manager Clem Lichty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Orchestra Contractor – Archives –

Teaching Artists Joanne Abrom, Amy Barth, Kathy Becker, Lydia Brubaker, Claire Garrard, Samantha Hewes, Brittany Leffler, Meagan Lewis, Anne Meeder, Amy Kaye Mullen, Joanna Underhill, StephJo Wise, Marion Wood

Mary Underhill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Volunteer Archivist Lynn Ewing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Volunteer Librarian – Facilities & Maintenance – Jeff Pfeiffer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Facilities Manager

The Fulton operates under an agreement between the League of Resident Theatres and Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States and employs members of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society and United Scenic Artists.


Who’s Who side with theatrical greats including Cameron Mackintosh, Stephen Sondheim, Arthur Laurents, Stephen Flaherty, Lynn Ahrens, Stephen Schwartz and Sheldon Harnick to create age-appropriate versions of classic musicals. In partnership with Stephen Gabriel at Work Light Productions, Tim directed and developed four new touring shows: Broadway Junior on Tour, Disney’s Discover Theater, Frankly Ben, and The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley. In partnership with the John F. Kennedy Center, Tim co-wrote the book for Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka and directed The Phantom Tollbooth. Tim continues to be an advocate for educators, working to design materials and create professional development seminars that give teachers everywhere the tools necessary to put on a show in their community. Tim is currently developing Roald Dahl’s, James and the Giant Peach, into a new musical. Jonathan K. Waller (Flat Stanley—Music & Lyrics) As a composer/lyricist, his cabaret The Ballad of Jonathan K. Waller has been seen at the popular NYC venue Don’t Tell Mama’s. Also a composer for film, Mr. Waller has written original scores for short films including The Adventures of Supern****r (2004 Best Short Film, NJ International Film Festival) and Outpost. Mr. Waller was commissioned to write the centennial celebration piece for Roland Park Presbyterian Church in Baltimore, MD. When he is not writing, Mr. Waller serves as Director of Marketing for Baltimore’s Everyman Theatre. He has taught workshops at the Tony Award-winning Vineyard Theatre, where he also served as Director of External Affairs, and Young Actors Theatre at McDonogh School, where he is currently the Producing Artistic

Director. He was awarded the Alan Menken Composition Award at New York University, where he graduated cum laude, and is the proud father of a beautiful daughter, Grace. Marc Robin (Dreamgirls— Director and Choreographer/ Fulton Artistic Director) Fulton credits include the Direction and Choreography for 26 productions including Les Misérables, Carousel, Crazy for You, 42nd Street, Rags, Miss Saigon, and A Chorus Line. He also helmed the productions of Driving Miss Daisy and August: Osage County. He has staged over 300 productions across the country at such theatres as Walnut Street Theatre, Theatre Under the Stars in Houston, Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, Utah Shakespeare Theatre and Drury Lane Theatre in Chicago. He works extensively in the summers at Maine State Music Theatre and still has the pleasure of directing at the Marriott Theatre in Chicago where he has been employed in various capacities over the past 29 years. His work has been awarded and nominated by several different organizations including 3 Barrymore Nominations (Philadelphia); A Carbonell Nomination for Best Direction for the transfer of the Fulton’s production of The Sound of Music (Florida), A Black Theatre Award for Direction (Chicago), 13 After Dark Awards for Direction and Choreography (Chicago), Lifetime Achievement Award from Light Opera Works (Chicago); 6 Broadway World Nominations (Chicago, Maine, and Pennsylvania) winning the Best Director Award this year for Gypsy and most recently he received his 53rd Joseph Jefferson Nomination (Chicago), making him the most awarded individual and the most nominated in the Jeff Awards 63 year


Who’s Who history. Before arriving in Lancaster he was the Artistic Director for Drury Lane Theatre Evergreen Park where he spent 13 years.

University, and couldn’t be happier to be working again with Marc Robin on his home turf. Thanks to everyone at the Fulton!

Dean Sobon (Flat Stanley— Director) is proud to make his Fulton Theatre debut as Director for one of his favorite childhood books, Flat Stanley. He is no stranger to Children’s Theatre having directed such shows as Honk, Pinkalicious, School House Rock Live, Robin Hood, Jungle Book, and many others. His most recent directing credit is PEG’s current National Tour, Fiddler on the Roof. Dean is also an accomplished actor and some of his favorite shows include. International & National Tours: West Side Story, On the Town, Guys & Dolls, Man of La Mancha, Annie Get Your Gun, The Music Man, Snoopy, and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Dean enjoys spending his time as an acting coach, writer, a husband and father. Thank you, Marc Robin and the Fulton Theatre for this fun and wonderful opportunity. Thank you, audience for supporting live theatre and to the children, always believe in yourself, you are one of a kind and that is an outstanding thing to be.

Aaron McAllister (Flat Stanley—Musical Director) is thrilled to be at the Fulton Theatre for the entire 160th season having previously musically directed The Sound of Music, last season’s Hairspray and most recently Gypsy, Singin’ in the Rain and A Chorus Line. Additionally he has musically directed and conducted more than 60 musicals around the country at theatres, which include: Fulton Theatre, Ogunquit Playhouse, Maltz Jupiter Theatre and Theatre By The Sea to name a few. As a composer, Aaron has written the scores to four original musicals (lift, POPart, Blackout and Tie the Knot), which have been developed around the country, including offBroadway, and has contributed songs, arrangements and orchestrations to several other original theatrical works. He is a graduate of SUNY Geneseo (B.A. in vocal performance and conducting) and the University of Maryland (M.M. in conducting) and is a highly sought after vocal coach, clinician and master teacher at universities around the country. Favorite show: being married to the extraordinarily talented actress, Cary Miller. Love to his families in NY and KC and heartfelt thanks to the amazing staff and leadership of the Fulton for their artistic integrity and unwavering dedication to this theatre and its community.

Jason Wetzel (Dreamgirls—

Musical Director) Fulton debut. National Tours: Music Supervisor, Young Frankenstein; Music Director, The Drowsy Chaperone; Associate Conductor, The Producers; Also, Wicked, Jersey Boys, Spamalot, Hairspray, Annie. Regional work includes Northern Stage, Ogunquit Playhouse, Gateway Playhouse and an upcoming seventh season at Maine State Music Theatre. New York credits include the NAMT Festival of New Musicals and Encores! at City Center. Jason is a native of Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, attended Penn State


Hewes (Flat Stanley—Choreographer) Samantha made her choreography debut at the Fulton with this season’s opener, Gypsy, and proudly collaborated as Assistant Director/Choreographer with Marc Robin on A Chorus Line.


Who’s Who Favorite roles/shows include: High School Musical/High School Musical 2 (Theater of the Stars), Cats (Prather Entertainment Group and Beef and Boards), Lorraine in 42nd Street (the Fulton), Velma and Anybodys in two different productions of West Side Story (the Fulton and PEG), Crazy for You (Fulton and PEG), and who could forget Gertie’s laugh from Oklahoma! Samantha also spent some of her performing time dancing on cruise ships and traveling the world. When she is not busy in the theater, Samantha teaches at Rage Box Dance Center in Forest Hills, Maryland and also is the choreographer at Warwick High School. Thank you to all her friends and family for their love and support and her husband Adam for being her rock. Robert



(Dreamgirls—Scenic Designer) Robert is excited to return to the Fulton Theatre. Off Broadway: White’s Lies, The Sphinx Winx, and ImaginOcean (Drama Desk Nom.). Non Eq. National Tour of All Shook Up. Regional Designs: Walnut Street Theatre, Paper Mill Playhouse, TUTS, MSMT, Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, Phoenix Theatre, and others. Robert is a proud member of United Scenic Artists (USA 829). Special thanks to Marc and the entire FT team.

William Mohney (Flat Stanley—

Scenic Designer) is thrilled and honored to have his design once again on the Fulton stage. This upstate New York native moved to Lancaster in May of 2006 and hasn’t looked back. I would like to personally thank Marc Robin for the wonderful opportunity to return and design this wonderful production of Flat Stanley and for believing in me, my wife Samaria for her constant and continuing love and

support, Dean Sobon for allowing me to be one of his collaborators, and the entire staff of the Fulton Theatre. Paul

Black (Dreamgirls— Lighting Designer) is excited to be working again with his friends at the Fulton Theatre. Some of his most memorable shows in the theater have been at the Fulton including: Miss Saigon, West Side Story, Sweeney Todd, The 39 Steps, and Oklahoma. Paul is a full-time resident of Phoenix AZ where he has worked for many theaters including Actors Theater of Phoenix, Arizona Theater Company, Arizona Jewish theater, Arizona Broadway Theater and the Phoenix Opera Co. Most of the time however Paul has found himself on the road designing for The Walnut Street Theater in Philadelphia, Theater Aspen, Music Theater of Santa Barbara, American stage in Florida, Carousel Dinner Theater in Akron, Maltz Jupiter Theatre in Jupiter Florida, and the Main State Music Theater. Paul spent 14 summer seasons with Music Theatre of Wichita where he was both a designer and the Production Manager. Working as a guest artist Paul has lectured at Arizona State University, University of Arizona, Cornell College, and Viterbo University. Paul would like to thank his wife, Erica, for all her support.

Nick Cyr (Flat Stanley—Lighting

Designer) originally from Bangor, Maine, has been the Master Electrician at the Fulton Theatre for the past two seasons. Past designs here include: Gypsy, The All Night Strut, Snow White, Alice in Wonderland, The Princess and the Pea, The Little Mermaid, Jack and the Beanstalk, Pinocchio, The Nutcracker, Beauty and the Beast, and Sleeping Beauty. He recently designed the lighting for Maine State Music Theatre’s


Who’s Who production of Sunset Boulevard. Nick graduated with a BFA from the University of Southern Maine in 2008. He would like to thank Marc and Aaron for this amazing opportunity. Much love to my fiancée Anne and Mom for their continued love and support. Will Coeur (Flat Stanley— Assistant Lighting Designer) is currently the Lighting Apprentice, and soon to be new Master Electrician at the Fulton Theatre. A graduate of Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Will is thrilled to be working at the Fulton. His design credits include Crave, Macbeth, and Chicago, to name a few. Will cannot express his gratitude enough to Marc Robin and the entire Fulton Theatre family for this incredible opportunity. Kurt

Alger (Dreamgirls— Costume Designer) is thrilled to have relocated to Maine from NYC to become a year round member of the Maine State Music Theatre staff as their Resident Costume Designer and Rentals Coordinator, and is honored to be at the Fulton as a part of Dreamgirls. Having traveled the country and the world as head of Wardrobe on RENT, Hairspray, and the 25th Anniversary Tour of Les Misérables, he is happy to have found his home in MSMT Costume Rentals. Previously at the Fulton: Spamalot. At MSMT he has designed Jesus Christ Superstar, Light in the Piazza, The Drowsy Chaperone, Chicago, Spamalot, Always Patsy Cline, The Wiz, Xanadu, and The Marvelous Wonderettes, 42nd Street, and Legally Blonde. Elsewhere his designs have graced the stages of Ogunquit Playhouse, Pennsylvania Shakespeare, Orlando Shakespeare, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Riverside Theatre, Beef and

Boards and Drury Lane. A graduate of Wagner College in NYC he has also worked designing at the academic level at Julliard, NYU, Wagner College, and University of Southern Maine. NYC credits include NTMTF Best of Fest winners Caligula, Such Good Friends, Things As They Are, and Les Enfants de Paris, and work on the Off-Broadway smash hit Shockheaded Peter! Kurt designed and produced the world premiere of Born Blue directed by Anthony Rapp, and was a producer on the debut album of Marquee Five, the Mac Award winning vocal group. Anthony



(Dreamgirls—Makeup and Hair Designer; Flat Stanley—Costume, Makeup and Hair Designer) Anthony holds a degree in business from Millersville University, where he also managed the Costume Shop and designed some of his first shows. Anthony has designed costumes and wigs for most Lancaster area theatres as well as for Playhouse on the Square in Memphis and for private clients. His favorites include costumes for La Cage aux Folles, The Rocky Horror Show, A Little Night Music, and Cabaret and working on the hair for Taffetas, Into the Woods, Seussical, and Les Misérables. Besides being the Fulton’s resident makeup and wig designer, Anthony also serves as Costume Shop Supervisor and Costume Coordinator for the Fulton’s Family Theatre Series. Jacob Mishler (Sound Designer) has been involved in live production audio since 1996, moving into theatre sound around 2004. His work has been heard in many different parts of the country. Favorite past sound designs include: Chicago, The Full Monty, Cabaret, Rent, and Joseph… Dreamcoat. Jacob is excited and


Who’s Who grateful to be part of this incredible team. As always, much love to Julie. Katelin Walsko (Props Designer/

Manager) This is Katelin’s 3rd season at Fulton Theatre! A Pennsylvania native, Katelin has been involved with theatre since kindergarten. Katelin attended PA Governors School for the Arts in 2003 and graduated in 2008 from the University of the Arts with a BFA in Theatre Design and Technologies. She has free-lanced for small theatre companies in Philly as well as the Opera Company of Philadelphia, Walnut Street Theatre, PAI Wyoming Seminary, and MacHaydn Theatre. Katelin would like to “give props” to: Ramona Parsons, Cindy Felice, Vanessa Fenton, Bill Roudebush, Michael Pizzi, Nick Embree, Ed Johnson, Glen Sears, Marc Robin, and Ma & Dad—for without them I would not be where I am today!

Mark Johnson (Dreamgirls— Stage Manager) is thrilled to be back at the Fulton Theatre after having stage managed Witness for the Prosecution, Sunset Boulevard, and Hairspray in 2012. Mark has managed dozens of productions in the Chicago area, including extensive engagements at Porchlight Theatre and the Marriott Theatre. Recently, Mark was the assistant stage manager for the world premiere of Pullman Porter Blues at Arena Stage in Washington DC and the stage manager for Les Misérables at Riverside Theatre in Vero Beach, Florida. Up next, Mark will be traveling with the Dreams to Maine State Music Theatre, where he is the resident stage manager. Timothy Markus (Dreamgirls—

Assistant Stage Manager) Tim returns to Lancaster after flying around the country on a magical umbrella with

the Mary Poppins national tour. Favorite Fulton credits include Miss Saigon, August: Osage County and The Sound of Music. Other credits include The Public Theater’s production of Into the Woods in Central Park, The Guthrie Theater’s PBS special of HMS Pinafore, Walnut Street Theatre, Maine State Music Theatre, Surflight Theatre, Rebecca Davis Dance Company, and the international Tour of Porgy and Bess. Thanks to Mark, Bryan, and Bekah. Always grateful to Aaron and Marc. Rebekah Lashof (Flat Stanley— Stage Manager) had a blast as ASM on A Chorus Line, Singin’ in the Rain, and Gypsy earlier this season and is so excited to be tackling a new project! Other credits include Production Assistant at Alabama Shakespeare Festival for Dracula, The 39 Steps, and The Merry Wives of Windsor. Rebekah is a proud member of Actor’s Equity Association. Thanks to Marc, Dean, Tim, Brian—and congrats on finishing your apprentice year to little Bekah! And as always, Mom and Dad—who never stop believing. Aaron A. Young (Managing

Director) Aaron joined the Fulton team in 2003. After several years in shopping center marketing, Aaron decided to devote his career to furthering the careers of artists in order to break the cycle of belief that the arts are a nice hobby but not a worthwhile profession. For six seasons, he directed the marketing and management of the Sundance Film Festival and Sundance Theatre, both programs of Robert Redford’s Sundance Institute. Aaron has also served as general manager for the Missouri Repertory Theatre and marketing and corporate development manager for Kansas City’s historic Folly Theatre. A magna cum


Who’s Who laude graduate of Brigham Young University and formerly a professional actor, singer, and pianist, Aaron now spends his free time enjoying the pursuits of his wife and daughters, serving at church, and occasionally knitting a new pair of socks. He is very pleased that the Fulton is able to provide professional wages and benefits to more than 250 artists and arts administrators every year. Music Theatre International

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David Weinstein, Jonathan K. Waller, Timothy Allen McDonald & Stephen Gabriel Based on the book Flat Stanley by

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Aaron McAllister

Samantha Hewes

Musical Director

William Mohney Scenic Designer

Katelin Walsko Prop Designer

Nick Cyr

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Rebekah Lashof Stage Manager

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Meet the Lambchops . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Company Lambchop Lullaby . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mom , Dad I Wish I Were–Part 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stanley, Arthur I Wish I Were–Part 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stanley, Dad Stanley’s Wish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stanley, Bulletin Board Flatcakes for Breakfast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mom, Dad, Stanley, Arthur My Child Is Flat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mom, Dad, Stanley, Arthur The Funny Sunny Side . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mom, Dad, Stanley In a Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stanley Travelin’ Through the Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Company Talent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hollywood Agent, Hollywood Assistants, Stanley Arthur’s Letter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Arthur Mom and Dad’s Letter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stanley, Dad, Mom Surfin’ the Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stanley, Bikini Wahini, Company Travelin’ Through the Mail Finale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Company The videotaping or other video or audio recording of this production is strictly prohibited.


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Dreamgirls and Flat Stanley Program  

The program book for the Fulton Theatre's productions of Dreamgirls and The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley