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AMERICA’S FAVORITE LITTLE BIG BAND!

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CHRISTIAN COMEDIAN

MARK LOWRY

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HOMETOWN HERO

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ADDED SHOWS: FRESH BEAT BAND IN FEBRUARY & CHICAGO IN MARCH!

AN EXTRAORDINARY ORIGINAL

LILY TOMLIN

CUTTING FOR STONE AUTHOR

ABRAHAM VERGHESE


SECOND VERSE, SAME AS THE FIRST? Can you believe another year has flown by? As I always say, time flies whether you’re having fun or not. But oh my, are we having some fun at the Gallo Center! At the halfway point, the 2011/2012 season is shaping up to be the best in the Center’s history. It began with two, count ‘em two, sold out Bill Cosby shows, followed by sell outs for Dennis Miller, Howie Mandel, Children of the Dust Bowl, “Weird Al” Yankovic, Dave Koz & Friends, and Point of Grace. Other shows that performed very, very well included Little Joe y la Familia, the National Acrobats of China, The Emperor’s New Clothes, Ethan Bortnick,

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Roberta Flack, Riverdance, Creedence Clearwater Revisited, Don Williams and The Blue

Carl Boyett, Chairman

Man Group.

Marie D. Gallo, President June A. Rogers, Vice President

More than 50,000 tickets have been purchased for Center-presented events so far this

Doug Vilas, Treasurer

season, not including the many thousands more purchased by patrons of the Center’s

Britta Foster, Secretary

wonderful resident companies. Think of it! That’s tens of thousands of people who come

Ron Emerzian, Past Chairman

downtown to dine out, shop and have fun, thankfully giving a lift to the local economy.

Chuck Ahlem Catherine Cardoza Conner

The second half of the season, our second verse if you will, could very well match the accomplishments of the first half. A show we added to the schedule for January, MythBusters, sold out in record time. More recently we added the wildly popular Nickelodeon stars The Fresh Beat Band in February, and the legendary rock group Chicago in March. Three more

Ronald Ehrke Moses Elam, M.D. Robert Fores Kenni Friedman Julio Hallack

big Broadway shows are coming, too—My Fair Lady, Mamma Mia! and Mel Brooks’ Young

Eric Johnston

Frankenstein—plus much, much more.

John Mayol Norik Naraghi

Thank you so much for your patronage. Your ticket purchases are

Evan Porges

contributing to the growing success of this beautiful performing

Corrine Robson

arts venue. We also thank those of you who make annual

Alejandro Sabre, Ph.D.

donations to perpetuate the Center’s mission. Your support is

Patricia Hill Thomas

deeply, deeply appreciated.

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Sincerely yours,

Photo by: Studio Warner

Lynn Dickerson, Chief Executive Officer ldickerson@galloarts.org

OUR 2011/2012 PREMIER PARTNER:

The Gallo Center for the Arts is a unique public/private partnership. Construction was funded jointly by the County of Stanis laus, which owns the facility, and contributions from more than 4,000 individuals and businesses given to a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization which today operates the Center.

IN THIS ISSUE 3

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy Swings!

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Christian Comedian Mark Lowry

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Hometown Hero Jeff Moorad

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The Remarkable Lily Tomlin

Jason Jasper

Barbara Bogart

Chris Johnson

Gretta Bruno

Jim Johnson, Ph.D.

Lorraine Cardoza

Grace Lieberman

Sheila Carroll

Alexandra Loew

Mike Congdon

Bill Mattos

Dan Costa

Chris Murphy

Paul Draper

Eric Nielsen

Ann Endsley

Kate Nyegaard

Lynne Fenderson

Jeanne Perry

Susan Filippi

John C. Pfeffer, M.D.

Louis Friedman

Judie Piscitello

Leesa Gagos

Norm Porges

Mitch Gagos

Chris Reed

Diane Gilbert

Fred A. Silva

Jeff Grover

Jeff Simon

Arlaine B. Bonnie Strauss

Gutierrez, M.D.

David Halvorson

Eric Tobias Delmar R. Tonge, M.D.

Matthew K. Hawkins Tom Van Groningen, Ph.D.

10 Chicago Is Coming! And more!

Lilly Banisadre

Katie Hollowell

Richard Waycott

Randy Jalli

Jeremiah Williams gayle yamada

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MYTHBUSTERS: BEHIND THE MYTHS - SOLD OUT Sponsored by UC Merced

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LILY TOMLIN

8 pm, tickets start at $49

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1/15 SUN

BIG BAD VOODOO DADDY

7 pm, tickets start at $15

1/26 THU

DR. ABRAHAM VERGHESE 7 pm, tickets start at $20

MARK LOWRY

7 pm, tickets start at $15

THE STINKY CHEESE MAN 7 pm, tickets start at $8

1/28

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COMING IN FEBRUARY!

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HOMETOWN HEROES: JEFF MOORAD 8 pm, tickets start at $12

MOSCOW FESTIVAL BALLET’S SLEEPING BEAUTY Wednesday, February 8 7 pm, tickets start at $20 2

1/14

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PETER RABBIT & FRIENDS

2 pm & 4 pm, tickets start at $8

JUDY COLLINS Wednesday, February 1 7 pm, tickets start at $15

LORRIE MORGAN & PAM TILLIS

‘TOP CHEF’ TOM COLICCHIO

Thursday, February 9 7 pm, tickets start at $19

Friday, February 24 8 pm, tickets start at $25

Gallo Center for the Arts | Tickets: (209) 338-3102 or GalloArts.org


THE GALLO CENTER FOR THE ARTS

SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 2012

Ferocious Fun!

America’s

Favorite

Little Big Band

Presented by Cruisers

Sunday, January 15, 7 pm | Tickets start at $15 Since their arrival on the music scene in 1993 in a legendary residency at Los Angeles’ Brown Derby nightclub, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy’s irresistible live show and aggressive, musically perceptive approach have proven them over time to be the singular standout among the numerous bands that launched the ‘Swing’ revival during the 1990s. The seven-man group has forged a massively successful fusion of classic American sounds from jazz, swing, Dixieland and big-band music. Their music has been heard in more than 60 movies and television shows, and

among the band’s many career milestones are appearances in the Super Bowl half-time show, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Late Night with Conan O’Brian and Live with Regis & Kelly. Big Bad Voodoo Daddy’s songs have passed into the classic American songbook, playing alongside pop standard songs in film and television, and even on reality competitions like Dancing with the Stars. This show is ferocious fun—you don’t want to miss it!

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Christian Comedian

MARK LOWRY:

UNPLUGGED AND UNPLANNED Special Guest: Pianist Stan Whitmire!

Wednesday, January 18, 7 pm | Tickets start at $15 Mark Lowry has been making people laugh, cry and think for nearly 40 years. Singing publicly and recording albums and videos since age eleven, you could say that Mark has done this most of his life. In his early days Mark would have to fill the gaps between his songs while he was waiting for the little old man in the back of the church to change his soundtracks. “Those few seconds of ‘dead air’ can feel like hours when you’re on stage facing a crowd - so, to fill time, I’d start talking about my life and my testimony. People would laugh... and I finally realized I was on to something.” That’s how Mark’s well-known comedy was born, and it then continued through his 13-year association with the Gaither Vocal Band. Mark’s antics on stage with Bill Gaither were an instant hit with Vocal Band audiences. In the ensuing years, his unique comedy brand has been enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of people worldwide. Mark is also an accomplished songwriter, most famously with Mary, Did You Know?, now a Christian standard.

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JEFF MOORAD One of the most recognizable names in professional sports, San Diego Padres vice-chairman and CEO Jeff Moorad is a Modesto native who attended Modesto Junior College in 1976, where he served as student body president, and later earned a law degree from Villanova University in 1981. Mr. Moorad founded his own firm in 1983 to specialize in athlete representation. He then joined forces with Leigh Steinberg in 1985 to form one of the most dynamic twosomes in the history of sports representation. The duo negotiated more than $3 billion in contracts for a galaxy of stars from both professional football and baseball. He and Steinberg

Saturday, January 28, 8 pm Tickets: $12/15/25/50* A $50 ticket includes a pre-show reception with Jeff! (Limited availability)

also appeared in and served as technical consultants for the 1996 Oscar-winning picture Jerry Maguire starring Tom Cruise. Prior to leading the ownership group which purchased the Padres in 2009, Mr. Moorad spent five years as a member of the executive team of the Arizona Diamondbacks. For this special evening, he will be interviewed by the Center’s arts education coordinator Jim Johnson, offering an insider’s perspective on the world of high-level sports management, teams and players.

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The Fresh Beat Band, Nickelodeon’s popular preschool music group and stars of the hit TV series of the same name, is coming to the Center as part of its first-ever nationwide concert tour. Kiki (Yvette Gonzalez-Nacer), Shout (Thomas Hobson), Marina (Tara Perry), and Twist (Jon Beavers) will perform The Fresh Beat Band hits from seasons one, two and three of the live-action music series that teaches preschoolers about music appreciation and how to express their feelings through movement, song and instrumental music. Ask about The Fresh Beat Band Party packages, which include a meet and greet with the band!

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Tell Your Story:

A Gallo Center 5th Anniversary Celebration

The Gallo Center for the Arts opened its doors five years ago, and to help celebrate the anniversary, patrons were invited to share their thoughts and stories about the impact the Center has had on their lives. Every month we are sharing one of the more than 100 wonderful stories we received!

The Gallo Center for the Arts is one of the BEST things that happened to my beloved hometown during my lifetime. I love Modesto and like to shop and attend activities right here at home. With the Gallo Center bringing great activities and entertainment to our town, we can keep our money here, which benefits everyone. By having events here I am able to enjoy a variety of occasions because I don’t have to drive out of town. It’s just wonderful!! Thank you Gallo Center for bringing culture and fun HOME!

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- Kelly Turner, Modesto

Gallo Center for the Arts | Tickets: (209) 338-3102 or GalloArts.org

Kelly Turner and her partner Mick Treadway


Making her Gallo Center Debut!

LILY TOMLIN Presented by Doubletree by Hilton Modesto

Lily Tomlin, one of America’s foremost comediennes, has had an extraordinary career across a wide range of media, starring in television, theater, motion pictures, animation, and video. For this she has been recognized with numerous Emmy, Tony, Grammy, Peabody and Cable Ace awards. Tomlin was born in Detroit. A fan of such stars as Lucille Ball and Imogene Cocoa, she made her television debut in 1966 on The Garry Moore Show. Later she moved to California and joined the cast of the smash hit Laugh-In, where she immediately rose to national prominence with her characterizations of Ernestine, the irascible telephone operator, and Edith Ann, the devilish six year old. When Laugh-In left the air, Tomlin went on to a long series of awardwinning appearances on television, Broadway and film. Among the latter were such memorable movies as Nashville, The Late Show, All of Me and Big Business.

Saturday, January 14, 8 pm Tickets start at $49

Author of the Best Selling Cutting for Stone

DR. ABRAHAM VERGHESE

Finding the Care in Caring: A Speech Benefiting the Stanislaus Library Foundation

Tuesday, January 17, 7 pm Tickets start at $20 Abraham Verghese, M.D., is Professor and Senior Associate Chair for the Theory and Practice of Medicine at the Stanford University School of Medicine. He is the author of the celebrated, best-selling novel Cutting for Stone (one million copies sold), and two acclaimed memoirs, My Own Country and The Tennis Partner.

Sponsored by Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Dr. Verghese is renowned for his deep-seated empathy for patient suffering, and for what the New York Times describes as a “mission to bring back something he considers a lost art: the physical exam. The old-fashioned touching, looking and listening.” He is waiving his customary speaking fee so that proceeds will benefit the Stanislaus Library Foundation. Please join us for this most worthy event!

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A Word from the Gallo Center’s 2011/2012 Premier Partner:

BOYETT PETROLEUM’S MAKE DREAMS REAL FUND The Boyett family has long recognized the need in the local community of Modesto and Stanislaus County for a fund to further the opportunities of children in the area to explore and extend their education. In 2009, the Boyett’s created the “Make Dreams Real Fund.” Their goal is to create an endowment of $1,000,000 by 2016. Through private donations and their annual golf tournament, nearly $250,000 has been raised to date. Boyett Petroleum pays 100% of all the expenses connected with the golf tournament and administration of the fund. The fund is administrated as a 501(c)(3) through the Stanislaus Community Foundation. 10% of the fund balance is spent each year on matching grants in collaboration with student/parental support groups. The 501(c)(3) beneficiaries this year are Stanislaus and Empire school districts for their 6th grade outdoor education camps and the Modesto Sunrise Rotary Club. The primary fundraising celebration, the annual “Make Dreams Real Fund Golf Tournament” is scheduled for Wednesday, May 16, 2012 on three courses simultaneously, La Contenta, Greenhorn Creek and Saddle Creek. The celebration culminates with an exciting helicopter ball drop, dinner, live and silent auction at Saddle Creek. To volunteer, play or donate, visit: www.makedreamsrealfund.com

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BRING THE KIDS TO THESE

Fun Shows

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TICKETS START AT JUST $

Both performances sponsored by Bank of America Foundation

THE STINKY CHEESE MAN & OTHER FAIRLY STUPID TALES Thursday, January 26, 7 pm Tickets: $8/12/15 Recommended for children in grades K – 3 Poor Jack. He’s got to use his wits to save himself from the terrible Giant, but a host of familiar fairytale characters keep messing up his plans—and then there’s that annoying Stinky Cheese Man. In this all-time children’s favorite, characters slide in and out of fairy tales. Nothing is quite as you remember it! As both a book and a stage play, The Stinky Cheese Man & Other Fairly Stupid Tales shares with the audience the joy of making stories your own and creating new possibilities for the familiar.

California Theatre Center’s

PETER RABBIT AND FRIENDS

Sunday, January 29, 2 pm & 4 pm Tickets: $8/12/15 Recommended for children in grades Pre K – 4 In the English countryside, you will always find Peter Rabbit and his good friend, Benjamin Bunny. These lovable young heroes are always in search of excitement, but far too often they encounter their terrible foe, Mr. McGregor. Children delight in seeing the stories of Beatrix Potter come to life on stage!

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TOWNSEND OPERA:

THE MIKADO

8 pm, tickets start at $15 David Lockington, conductor Jon Nakamatsu, piano (pictured) Van Cliburn International Piano Competition Gold Medalist – 1997 Modesto Symphony Youth Orchestra (MSYO), Symphony Orchestra Program Felix Mendelssohn · The Hebrides “Fingal’s Cave” (Side by side with the MSYO) Beethoven · Piano Concerto No. 4 in G Major Tchaikovsky · Symphony No. 5 in E minor

1/31 TUE

Friday, 7:30 pm, Sunday, 2 pm, tickets start at $10 Sex and politics come together in the comic style of Gilbert & Sullivan to poke fun at the upper class. Updated to modern-day Japan, complete with Anime characters, smart cars and Segways, the conflict between the generations is sure to entertain. Sung in English.

MODESTO COMMUNITY CONCERT ASSOCIATION:

GOLDEN GATES

RFKC ROCKS:

THE DAVE MASON BAND Friday, January 13, 2012 8 pm Tickets start at $25

7:30 pm, tickets: $30 Adult, $15 Youth This talented company of Russian musicians, dancers and singers presents an entertaining, authentic view of Russian folklore. The dancers will thrill you with their syncopated choreography and explosive routines. Russian culture comes to life in a whirlwind of colorful costumes and exotic sounds.

ROYAL FAMILY KIDS’ CAMP is a summer camp program for abused or abandoned children. A national organization, (www.rfkc.org) RFKC has served thousands of children since its inception in the early 90s. This concert by Dave Mason, a former member of the legendary rock group Traffic, is the local RFKC organization’s major annual fundraising event. It promises to be a fabulous night reliving the music of the most creative and prolific periods in rock history. Mr. Mason, a 2004 inductee into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, has been writing and performing for close to 50 years and his concerts are still fan favorites! January @ the Center

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11/12 SEASON AT A GLANCE ADMINISTRATION Lynn Dickerson Chief Executive Officer

BOLDFACED EVENTS: GALLO Center for the arts presentations

Bryan Branco Director of Finance

January

March

May

Jim Shirley Artist Relations Manager

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MythBusters – SOLD OUT!

1

Marvin Hamlisch

4&6

CWB: Romeo And Juliet

Mallory Hawkins Lease Relations & Events Manager

13

RFKC Rocks:

3

Aeromyth

4&5

The Grapes of Wrath

Theresa Eschete Accounting Specialist

Dave Mason Band

4

Mike Super:

6

Stuart Little

14

Lily Tomlin

Magic & Illusion

11-13 The Grapes of Wrath

15

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy

4

Androcles & The Lion

11&12 MSO: Mozart Requiem

17

Dr. Abraham Verghese

6

Garrison Keillor

12

MSYO: Season Finale

18

Mark Lowry – Added!

7

Chicago – Added!

18

The Man Who

20&21 MSO:

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MSO: Classic Crooning

Planted Trees

Beethoven & Tchaikovsky

11

Jonathan Winters

18&20 TOP: Carmen

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The Stinky Cheese Man

& Friends

June

27&29 TOP: The Mikado

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MPA: A Portrait of

28

Hometown Heroes:

Patsy Cline

Jeff Moorad – Added!

20

MCCA: Rudolf Budginas

29

Peter Rabbit and Friends

23

Jeffrey Siegel:

Kathi Tennant Customer Service Supervisor

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MCCA: Golden Gates

Rachmaninoff &

April Cradick Customer Service Supervisor

February

Tchaikovsky

Ian McVey House Manager

1

Judy Collins

Lynette Gould Assistant House Manager

3–5

My Fair Lady

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Moscow Ballet:

Sleeping Beauty

DEVELOPMENT Katie Mendez Director of Development Amber Wallen Development Manager Judith Martinez Development Associate THEATER OPERATIONS Al Poulus Director of Technology & Theater Operations Tony Accurso Web Developer Bobbie Felser Ticket Office Manager

MARKETING Doug Hosner Director of Marketing & Public Relations

24&25 Blast! 28

Are You My Mother?

1

MSO: Cirque De

La Symphonie

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Frankie Avalon

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Dance Academy

JULY 27-29

My Father’s House – Added!

30&31 Tribute To The

Blues Brothers

30&31 Juline Foundation

CWB: Central West Ballet MCCA: Modesto Community

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Lorrie Morgan & Pam Tillis

Kristy Tibbs Marketing & Public Relations Manager

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Tribute To Glenn Miller &

Tex Beneke

1

Frank Warren:

Claudine Gray Group Sales Manager

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Tao: Martial Art

PostSecret Project

of Drumming

13–15 Mamma Mia!

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Miss Pumpkin’s Love Fest

14

Duets Luncheon

14

Lorna Luft

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MCCA: Barton and Para

14

Duets Valentine’s

25

The Boy Who Cried Bully

Day Dinner

27

Big Band Blast

have a ticket to enter a performance at

15

Fresh Beat Band – Added!

28

Mariachi Del Sol

the Gallo Center for the Arts. Children

17&18 MSO: Copland & Debussy

De Mexico

Brian Svoboda Sound Engineer

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MSYO: Spring Concert

28

Hometown Heroes:

policy. All ticket sales are final. Refunds

Dustin Venicombe Lighting Technician

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Young Frankenstein

Robert & Kim Ulrich

are issued only if an event is canceled

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Tom Colicchio

– Added!

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Jack and The Beanstalk

Raul Garcia Community Engagement Manager Jim Johnson, Ph.D. Arts Education Coordinator PRODUCTION Erik Vose Director of Production & Technical Operations Cassie Vorbach Lead Lighting Technician

Ian Romero Audio Engineer

24&25 CWB: Rat Pack In Revue 25

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Live theater can be even more magical when you experience all the touching, funny, thoughtprovoking moments with someone else. Through special receptions and events, Duets brings single, like-minded older adults together to meet, mingle, and attend performances. Next Event: Duets Valentine’s Day Dinner followed by a performance from Lorna Luft (Judy Garland’s daughter) in “Songs My Mother Taught Me.” Call (209) 338-5032 to Join Membership is free and most receptions are complimentary with the purchase of a performance ticket.

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