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TOM BOMBRIA Welcome to the Garde! Just five years from its century mark, the communityPHOTOGRAPHY

owned Garde Arts Center, perched on the top of State Street, has survived a World War, the great stock market crash, hurricanes, epidemics, depopulation, job Weddings losses, and technological innovation.

Special Events Since the nonprofit took ownership of the theater in 1985, the Garde has grown Commercial to encompassWork the beautifully restored 1440-seat Garde Theater movie palace,

the 80-seat Oasis Room, and an “arts block” of storefronts and offices for school programs, writers, artisans, performers, and an independent bookstore. It is has become the home for the performing arts, cinema, and education in Southeastern Connecticut. Now is our greatest challenge since the theater was built in 1926. The virulent and still mutating pandemic of 2020 and 2021 demands social distance while our mission is to erase social distance.

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We, with your support, are fighting back. Since March 2020, the Garde has played a vital role in fostering communal connection, understanding, and safety. We have made major investments in air quality, and other public health measures, and instituted policies that protect our artists, staff, volunteers, and audiences. We have housed schools and arts organizations seeking shelter and shared on our movie palace marquee messages of inspiration and celebration.

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In the months ahead, with public health measures taking priority, we will look to reconnect our community through great film, live performances, music, dance, theater, and local and international talent in one of the safest theaters in Connecticut. We are ever so grateful for so many that have contributed since we shut down in March 2020. Hundreds of individuals have helped ensure we could survive this extended “intermission” and their support was noticed and generously matched by New London, the State of Connecticut, and of course, the US Congress..

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If you can, please continue to support us as we tackle the challenges of reopening while the pandemic still lurks. Donate online or call Jeanne at 860-961-4106. 2022-22 season.

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Water Street Garage - 160 Water Street The Centerare is afrom member Association BoxGarde OfficeArtshours 10 ofamtheuntil 5 pm Friends of theStation) Garde Donors ............. 32 Weddings (opposite Amtrak of Performing Arts Presenters (APAP), League of Monday through Friday. Box Office opens Historic American Theaters (LHAT), CT Artstimes Alliance,and the GAC Annual Giving Options ..............Events 36 2 hours prior to performance Special RESTROOMS Southeastern CT Cultural Alliance, and the Chamber of remains open through intermission. Restaurant Guiderestrooms ................................... Wheelchair accessible are located 42 Commercial Work Commerce of Eastern Connecticut. Box Office: (860) 444-7373 extension 1 in both the Information Main Lobby and................................43 the Upper Lobby. Patron Fax:For (860) 701-0189call 860-444-6766 x1 information Index:SPECIAL Playbill Advertisers NEEDS...................46 E-mail: boxoffice@gardearts.org or visit www.gardearts.org First and second levels are accessible Tickets On-Line: www.gardearts.org by elevator. Please note there are WEBSITE stairs to balcony and loge seating. For current information or to STEVEN SIGEL has served as Executive Director ofschedules the Garde Artsand Center since April 1988. Wheelchair locations are available in the rear purchase tickets on-line, visit our website at www.gardearts.org. orchestra. Please indicate your needs when Maryland, A native of Baltimore, Mr. Sigel’s 860-235-0237 career in theatre was influenced by www.tbombriaphoto.com purchasing tickets. his father who founded Maryland’s first professional Stage. An EXCHANGEStheatre, OR Center REFUNDS accomplished violinist, he studied at the Peabody Conservatory of Music in Baltimore, Ticket exchanges are subject to a $5 per with the Maryland Youth Orchestra, and studiedofacting atSome the The Sennheiser Listening performed System provides ticketSymphony fee with aGARDE maximum $20. “THE & Soniaheadphones Moore Studio, Jean Sheltonrestrictions Studio, and Boston University’s School of Fine Arts. amplified sound through apply. Exchange fees are waived A graduate from BUof with a BA infor Psychology, he worked as a community organizer in available free of charge with a deposit subscribers with minimum 48 hours DINING OUT” Jamaica Plain (MA) and San Francisco, before becoming the General Manager of the credit card or driver’s license. For special advance notice. Ticket refunds are not Act Theatre Company of Sanavailable. Francisco. His musical scores and direction at the One needs and questions, call theOneGarde Box Office Act Theatre and for the Berkeley Shakespeare Festival won awards from the Bay Area at (860) 444-7373 extension 1. Drama Critic’s Circle and the Hollywood Dramalogue Magazine.DIRECTIONS From Hartford/Colchester IMPORTANT INFORMATION Before moving to New London, Mr. Sigel served as Director of Rt. Public for the of Creative Arts atStreet, San 2,Relations Rt. 11, Rt. 85 School and down Broad The use of recording equipment or theDirector takingof the Berkshire Francisco State University, and Managing Theatre Festival in Stockbridge, across Huntington St. onto Massachusetts. Gov. Winthrop of photographs in the theatre during the Blvd. or State Street. performance strictlytheforbidden. Mr. Sigel hasisproduced Governor’s CTSmoking Arts Awards, and was awarded arts administration fellowship by the From I-95anNorthbound Connecticut Commission on Culture. is a board the CT83, Artsand Alliance, a founding board member and vaping is not permitted insideHethe Gardemember of Exit down Huntington St., leftof the onto Southeastern Cultural Coalition, and has served on various regional and New London civic organizations. His Arts Center. RedCTsigns located above thealsoexits State St. honors include the fire New exits. LondonFor Landmarks Preservation Award, the OIC Community and with Your space isChampion readyAward, at the indicate emergency your safety, From I-95 Southbound Jeanne Sigel, the Garde’s Marketing and Development Director, the New London Kiwanis Lifetime of Community please check the location of the exit nearest ExitAward 84 South, down Eugene ofO’Neill Water Street Garage the William by the and Chamber of Commerce EasternDr., your Service seat. Award, In theandevent of aCrawford fire orDistinguished other Service turn right onto Gov. Winthrop Blvd. or State St. Connecticut. emergency, please walk to that exit.

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Steve Sigel becomes first Managing Director; Chinese Magic Revue first GAC presented event

Non-profit Garde Arts Center founded August 5 and purchases Garde November 20 1985

1978

Robertson Paper Box Company purchases property from RKO Stanley-Warner

Weddings 1988 Special Events 1987 Eastern Connecticut Work Commercial Symphony Orchestra moves to Garde

(June) New Theater HVA unit installed 1990

1989

(Sept.) Marvin Hamlisch kicks off first subscription season (Oct.) Violin Virtuoso Itzhak Perlman preforms with symphony

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(May 12) The London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas

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Movie premiere of Wally Lamb’s Wishin’ & Hopin’ sells out two screenings

(June) Comedian Kevin Hart sells out in 14 hours; (September) New theater & lobby HVAC systems installed

Replaced 1926 Fire Curtain

2008

2015

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Water Street Garage - 160 Water Street 750-watt spotlight Box Office hours are from 10 am until 5 pm Weddings (opposite Amtrak Station) Mondayan through Friday. Box Office opens equipped with 2 hours prior to performance times and Special Events RESTROOMS ellipsoidal reflector. remains open through intermission. Wheelchair accessible restrooms are located Work Commercial Although we prefer working behind Box Office: (860) 444-7373 extension 1 in both the Main Lobby and thetheUpper Lobby. scenes, Dominion Energy is Fax: (860) 701-0189 proud to support the performing SPECIAL NEEDS E-mail: boxoffice@gardearts.org and all the talented and First and second levelsarts are accessible Tickets On-Line: www.gardearts.org who bring them by elevator. Pleasededicated note there people are to life on stage. From powering WEBSITE stairs to balcony and loge seating. the tools that help build the sets, For current schedules and information or to to ensuring go up on on-line, visit our website at Wheelchair locations are available in the rearthe lights purchase tickets cue, to keeping the theater cool in www.gardearts.org. orchestra. Please indicate your needs when www.tbombriaphoto.com 860-235-0237 the summer and warm in winter, purchasing tickets. we’re happy to playEXCHANGES a supporting OR REFUNDS role. In 2018 Dominion Energy and are subject to a $5 per Ticket exchanges the Dominion Charitable The Sennheiser Listening System provides Energy ticket fee with a maximum of $20. Some “THE nearly $35 GARDE & amplified sound throughFoundation headphonesinvestedrestrictions apply. Exchange fees are waived in programs that help make available free of charge withmillion a deposit of subscribers with minimum 48 hours DINING OUT” life brighter for theforcommunities credit card or driver’s license. special advance we For serve. To learn more aboutnotice. how Ticket refunds are not needs and questions, call the Garde Box Office Dominion Energy isavailable. putting our at (860) 444-7373 extension 1.energy to work for the arts, visit DIRECTIONS DominionEnergy.com/Foundation. From Hartford/Colchester IMPORTANT INFORMATION Rt. 2, Rt. 11, Rt. 85 and down Broad Street, The use of recording equipment or the taking across Huntington St. onto Gov. Winthrop of photographs in the theatre during the Blvd. or State Street. performance is strictly forbidden. Smoking From I-95 Northbound and vaping is not permitted inside the Garde Exit 83, and down Huntington St., left onto Arts Center. Red signs located above the exits State St. space is ready at the indicate emergency fire exits. For your safety, FromYour I-95 Southbound please check the location of the exit nearest Exit 84 South, down Garage Eugene O’Neill Dr., WaterandStreet your seat. In the event of a fire or other turn right onto Gov. Winthrop Blvd. or State St. emergency, please walk to that exit.

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All Garde and volunteersyou If you arrivestaff late for a performance, are vaccinated and will remain will be seated at the discretion of the masked during Garde events. management. Your fellow patrons appreciate The Garde will honor all tickets your cooperation. purchased for future shows for PAID PRIVATE Patrons will bePARKING notified on a TICKET INFORMATION the same seat if the show is Water Street Garage 160toWater Box Office hours are from 10 am until 5 pm regular basis -as theStreet protocol rescheduled. Weddings (opposite Amtrak Station) Monday through Friday. Box Office opens which may be in place for any 2 hours prior to performance times and Special Events There a “no questions asked” particular event, which could RESTROOMS Foris those important remains open through intermission. ticket and refund include, masks, proof of Wheelchair accessible restrooms arefull located Work Commercial Realexchange Estate decisions... Box Office: 444-7373 extension 1 in both the Main Lobby the Upper Lobby. policy for(860) all• Tax Garde vaccination, or and a negative Consulting Appealevents • Gifting Fax: (860) 701-0189 Succession Planning • Taxation through 2021. Covid test within 72 hours prior SPECIAL NEEDS E-mail: boxoffice@gardearts.org to the event.

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Silverstein First and second levels are accessible Tickets On-Line: www.gardearts.org for yourServices, cooperation. Appraisal LLC by elevator. Please noteThank there are you WEBSITE stairs to balcony and loge seating. , MAI, SRA, MBA or to Silversteinand ForRobert currentH.schedules information Wheelchair locations are available in the rear 322purchase tickets on-line, visit ourCTwebsite State Street • New London, 06320at www.gardearts.org. (860) 443-8405, ext. 124 orchestra. Please indicate your needs when www.tbombriaphoto.com 860-235-0237 purchasing tickets. EXCHANGES OR REFUNDS Ticket exchanges are subject to a $5 per The Sennheiser Listening System provides ticket“THE fee with aGARDE maximum of $20. &Some Davidsound M. Brown • Neil G. Ballotte •restrictions Jesse Liska amplified through headphones apply. Exchange fees are waived Jeffreyfree R. Knapp Gilbert Bishop, with Jr. minimum available of charge• Michael with a deposit of • Joseph for subscribers 48 hours DINING OUT” credit cardAugustus or driver’s license. For special Marchetti • Richard advance J. Sudock notice. Ticket refunds are not needs and questions,F.call the Garde Box Office A.available. Thomas Marchetti • Sandra Woodhouse at (860) 444-7373 extension 1. DIRECTIONS From Hartford/Colchester IMPORTANT INFORMATION Rt. 2, Rt. 11, Rt. 85 and down Broad Street, The use of recording equipment or the taking across Huntington St. onto Gov. Winthrop of photographs in the theatre during the Blvd. or State Street. performance strictlyto forbidden. Smoking We are so is excited be participating in ARTStravaganza, Shoreline Arts Alliance’s one-of-aI-95 Northbound BROWN AND From KNAPP raffle event created inside as a part their Reopening CT Arts Venues Campaign. This event and kind vaping is not permitted theofGarde Exit 83, and down Huntington St., left onto was designed to stimulate our local arts economy, and get you and your family back into Arts Center. Red signs located above the exits State St. Connecticut’s arts venues, museums and restaurants! space is readyForatonlythe$20, indicate emergencywonderful fire exits.performing For your safety, FromYour I-95freeSouthbound you can enter for a chance to win over a year’s worth of concerts and performances, please check the location of the exit nearest ,down LLCGarage Exit tickets 84 South, andStreet Eugenemarquee O’Neill Dr., Water exhibitions, dining, shopping, and more – including to Garde live events, your seat. In the message, event of dinner a fire or other turn right onto Gov. Winthrop Blvd. or State St. emergency, please walk to that exit.at Tony D’s and Two Wives in New London.

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JOAN OSBORNE On her tenth studio album, the masterful Trouble and Strife, Joan Osborne has issued a clarion call. With stunning vocals, a diverse range of sonics, and incisive lyrics, this deeply engaging collection of new original songs is her response Weddings to “the crazy, chaotic times Special Events we’re living in,” she says, and “a Commercial Work recognition of the important role music has to play in this moment. Music has a unique ability to re-energize people and allow us to continue to hang on to that sense of joy of being alive.”

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Since she broke through 25 years ago with the multi-platinum Relish and its touchstone mega-smash “One of Us,” the seven-time Grammy nominee has never played it safe. Osborne has followed her restless musical heart, exploring a diverse range of genres: pop rock, soul, R&B, blues, roots rock, gospel, funk, and country – all of which can be heard on Trouble and Strife, along with the Western side of C&W and a touch of glam and disco. “For a lot of the record, we were going for a ‘70s AM radio vibe,” says Osborne. As for the lyrics, the songs “are the most political I’ve ever written,” she conveys of her first album of originals since 2014’s confessional Love and Hate. Osborne also produced Trouble and Strife, primarily recorded in her basement studio in Brooklyn and released on the label she founded in 1991, Womanly Hips.

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Tackling serious subject matter in her writing while crafting music to “uplift,” Osborne assembled “a great live band” (including several musicians who played on her acclaimed last album, Songs of Bob Dylan): guitarists Jack Petruzzelli, Nels Cline, and Andrew Carillo, keyboardist Keith Cotton, bassist Richard Hammond and drummer Aaron Comess. For vocal harmonies, she enlisted exquisite vocalists Catherine Russell, Ada Dyer, Martha Redbone and Audrey Martells, whom she’s “had the great privilege to work with over many years.” The result is a Trojan horse of a record – music that is energizing, melodic, and hummable, with lyrics that call out the corrupt, the despicable and the destructive.

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Your regional non-profit center for the performing arts, film & education Roots-rockin’ opener “Take It Any Way I Can Get It” inspires with the mandate “I’m still survivin’/I got to be dancin’”, propelled by a joyous gospel-tinged vocal attack backed by Wurlitzer and Southern-style intertwined guitars that dare you to sit still. She co-wrote the funky “Never Get Tired (of Loving You)” with Richard Hammond and her partner Keith Cotton, propelled by Cotton’s Prophet 6 synth, for her teenaged daughter: a message of stability in an uncertain world. “That song has a serious subtext,” says Osborne, but its “cool, retro flavor hopefully makes it a joyful thing.” The gorgeous ballad “Whole Wide World” finds Osborne hitting Weddings impossibly high notes, its sound inspired by the Chi-Lites; its message “is about hanging on to Special hope andEvents envisioning something better for the future.” Commercial Work Another early ‘70’s sound infuses the super-catchy “Boy Dontcha Know”: Osborne’s purring vocals are surrounded by a Spiders from Mars-era piano and Big Star-esque Mando-guitar; its singalong lyrics look at gender nonconformity and the obstacles one faces when born female.

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Abuse of power is the subject of two of the angriest songs on Trouble and Strife, with their infectious sound imbuing the songs a la a wolf in sheep’s clothing: the bluesy stomp “Hands Off,” punctuated by distinctive guitar riffs, denounces corrupt exploiters of people and the planet. “That Was A Lie,” with scornful lyrics buffeted by buoyant pop rock, castigates “those camera-ready mouthpieces for corrupt officials,” according to Osborne. Texan Ana Maria Rea, whose family emigrated to America when she was a child, contributed spoken passages in her native tongue to the rhythmic “What’s That You Say.” “She tells the story of her family coming from Mexico City, where her father had been kidnapped, to the U.S. and how difficult that was,” says Osborne. “Her message is ‘I’m not afraid,’ and her mission is to help other people who are in the same position she was in. Ana Maria is a shining light of a person.”

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Escape from a place where “there’s nothin’ left alive” drives Osborne to “Panama,” a showcase of her vocal range expressing gut-punch

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Your regional non-profit center for the performing arts, film & education lyrics reminiscent of Dylan at his most vitriolic. But it is the Westernflavored title track that Osborne points to as the song most inspired by her “Dylanology” concerts that began in 2016 and led to her 2018 covers album, “If you spend that intensive time living with his songs, I think it just rubs off on you,” Osborne admits. “’Trouble and Strife’ betrays the Dylan influence the most because of the odd characters coming in and out of these absurd situations (much like the ones we find ourselves in today).”

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throughout Trouble and Strife, the album. Her tenure with what she Weddings calls a “meat and potatoes rock ‘n roll band", Trigger Hippy, shows up in Special Events “Meat and Potatoes,” a farewell collaboration with her former bandmates, Commercial Work cut in a Nashville studio: Written with Trigger Hippy bassist Nick Govrik, it features that group’s Southern-boogie groove. It’s a feel-good song extolling the virtue of downhome cookin’ – and lovin’. “ It’s been quite the journey since the woman AllMusic.com declared “the most gifted vocalist of her generation” moved from small-town Kentucky to attend NYU film school in the 1980s. Osborne’s astounding voice drew attention when she joined the fun at open mic nights in downtown clubs, which eventually led to 1995’s Relish, “that rare breed of album where critical consensus, popular approval and enduring appeal unite,” according to American Songwriter. Since then, she’s performed with Motown’s revered rhythm section the Funk Brothers and toured with the Dead (where she first met and sang with Dylan). She’s harmonized with Stevie Wonder at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, duetted with Luciano Pavarotti, and co-headlined a tour with the legendary Mavis Staples. She has amassed a loyal fan base as she’s continuously traveled the country. Through it all, she sees more clearly now than ever the essential role our troubadours play.

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“I feel like music has this important job to do right now,” Osborne says. “Part of that job is to help imagine a better future – and to hang on to hope. I want to play for people and get them up on their feet and dancing. To let music do that thing it does – bring joy and energy because we really need that right now.” With Trouble and Strife, she intends to do just that.

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MADELEINE PEYROUX Every great musical project starts with a feeling that it’s time.

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to making Careless Love it had been a good eight years since Weddings my first album.” Eight years— Special Events forever in the music world. Not Commercial long After Dreamland dropped Work in ’96, she had disappeared from the touring scene as well. Where had she been? What had she been doing, and why? I was traveling a lot across America, rediscovering the country and reidentifying as an American. I was born here in the States but moved with my mother to live in Paris when I was young. I met family I never met before. I caught up on what was happening with the music here. It was all a culture shock for me. When I came back to New York to make that first album I was like a deer in the headlights. It was my first time in a studio, my first time back in America. Then 9/11 happened. Then George W. got re-elected. It was like the world was going crazy. After Dreamland I had signed with Sony and I was trying to make my second record. I was broke and I didn’t know what I was going to do next.

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Self-reflection and spiritual sensitivity are assets to any musician in the process of starting a career, of establishing one’s musical identity and direction. They don’t, however, necessarily lock into the typical velocity of career-building. There were other things Peyroux had to handle. She underwent surgery on her vocal cords. She healed and worked with a vocal coach. As the ‘90s gave way to the first years of a new century, she continued to question the how and, significantly, the why of what she was doing. (Her choice of the Dylan Thomas quote below, from his 1946 poem “In my Craft and Sullen Art,” helps explain her creative motivation.)

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Rounder had me speak to a few producers they had in mind. I remember Larry stood out because he wasn’t only saying the usual things like what studio he wanted to work with. I’ll never forget this—he said he had this vision. He wanted to make a record that would sound like the dream of an album. Who says that?

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Klein’s explanation, and his past credits with other singers, made the choice easier for Peyroux. Weeks of preparation ensued. The two considered a wide range of repertoire, Peyroux suggesting vintage favorites—originally recorded by the likes of Bessie Smith, Billie Holiday, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, a chanson by Josephine Baker—as well as more recent material by Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, and Elliot Smith. They recruited songwriter Jesse Harris to help write an original that became “Don’t Wait Too Long,” a signature tune that remains in her setlist to this day. Working with Klein also meant a major change in venue. In ’96, Peyroux had recorded in New York City, where the limited number of studios requires prior rehearsal and a pressured, hit-it-and-quit-it vibe when it came time to record. In 2004, she experienced something new.

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In New York, New York, the depth of a groove is deeper and things move more quickly. In Los Angeles, I think there’s a little more lightness and a bigger range of emotion. We never rehearsed before the sessions. It was all done in the same room. We could do that because there are so many studios out there and they don’t cost as much. I was so shocked at how relaxed and slow everybody was moving when we got to the studio. It’s amazing how that affects the music, to have a studio to yourself. We

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The album took pride in its pedigree even in title: naming itself after a W.C. Handy classic that Bessie Smith and many singers of her generation made famous, including a Dylan tune that melds seamlessly with the collective, relaxed vibe, and adds one more “careless love” in its lyric.

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As the sessions progressed, with time for all to relax and be with each other, Klein allowed the musical stew to simmer until it was ready. They developed a group sound, playing off each other and the contours of the songs, enhancing Peyroux’s voice, which had matured into an instrument of disarming clarity and seemingly effortless flow.

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Dreamland had featured a 22-year old Peyroux. She was 30 when she recorded Careless Love: “When I made my first record I wasn’t even thinking about a sense of wholeness with the music, or how to connect the songs into one overall statement.”

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complete. It was released on September 14, 2004. Commercially, despite Peyroux being labeled by Billboard as a jazz artist, it was a breakout bestseller matching the level of a triumphant pop music release, selling 500,000 copies within a year, and eventually earning platinum status. Overseas sales proved equally impressive; Careless Love garnered gold and platinum records throughout Europe, South America and even China. In America, its performance was certainly spurred by cooperative efforts typical of that day. Snippets of Careless Love melodies popped up on popular television shows like Nip/Tuck, Crossing Jordan, Boston Legal, and on the soundtrack to the film Failure to Launch. “Don’t Wait Too Long” helped sell Dockers trousers in a TV ad, and Starbucks helped promote the album, strategically placing the CD by registers in their cafes coast-to-coast: musical biscotti for all those venti lattes.

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Water Street Garage - 160 Water Street Box Office hours are from 10 am until 5 pm Weddings (opposite Amtrak Station) Monday through Friday. Box Office opens 2 hours prior to performance times and Special Events RESTROOMS remains open through intermission. Wheelchair accessible restrooms are located Work Commercial Box Office: (860) 444-7373 extension 1 in both the Main Lobby and the Upper Lobby. Fax: (860) 701-0189 SPECIAL NEEDS E-mail: boxoffice@gardearts.org First and second levels are accessible Tickets On-Line: www.gardearts.org by elevator. Please note there are PATRON ($35-59) WEBSITE stairs to balcony and loge seating. of new and eventsinformation or to ForAdvance currentnotice schedules Wheelchair locations are available in the rear purchase tickets ($60-99) on-line, visit our website at SPONSOR www.gardearts.org. orchestra. Please indicate your needs when Patron benefits plus: Recognition in the Season Playbill www.tbombriaphoto.com 860-235-0237 purchasing tickets. BENEFACTOR ($100-249) EXCHANGES OR REFUNDS WE NEED Sponsor Ticket benefitsexchanges plus: Advance are ticketsubject purchaseto period a $5 per YOUR The Sennheiser Listening System provides ticket fee with a maximum of $20. Some PRODUCER ($250-499) “THE GARDE &waived amplifiedANNUAL sound through headphones restrictions apply. Exchange fees are benefits plus: Pre-show receptions at selected events available free of charge with a depositBenefactor of forexchange subscribers with minimum 48 hours DINING OUT” SUPPORT! Free ticket privileges,Ticket Two discount coupons credit card or driver’s license. For special advance notice. refunds are not STAR ($500-999) needs and questions, call the Garde Box Office available. Producer benefits plus: Guest pass and concession coupons at (860)As 444-7373 extension 1. the Region’s DIRECTIONS Behind the scenes tour of the Garde* non-profit center for From Hartford/Colchester IMPORTANT INFORMATION the performing arts, Rt.ANGEL 2, Rt. 11, Rt.($1,000+) 85 and down Broad Street, The use of recording The Garde equipment relies onor the taking Star benefits plus: Access toSt.house across Huntington ontoseats* Gov. Winthrop of photographs in the theatre or State the generous tax- during the Lobby rentalBlvd. discounts, SpecialStreet. invitation to President’s Dinner performance is strictly forbidden. Smoking From I-95ANGEL Northbound($2,500+) deductible support GARDIAN and vaping is not permitted inside the Garde Exit 83, and Huntington St.,season* left onto of businesses, Angel benefits plus: Use of down Garde marquee once per Arts Center. Red signs located above the exits State St. foundations, and, use Your of Moroccan Roomis once per season* space ready at the indicate emergency fire exits. For your safety, FreeFrom I-95 Southbound most importantly, Meet-the-artist invitation*, Ticket concierge service* please check the location of the exit nearest Exit 84 South, andStreet down Garage Eugene O’Neill Dr., Water your INDIVIDUALS seat. In the event oflike a fire or other * Some restrictions apply Blvd. or State St. turn right onto Gov. Winthrop you please to raise emergency, walk40% to that exit.

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ExecutiveDirector. Director............................................................................................................................ ........................................................................................................... Steve Executive SteveSigel Sigel Director of Development & Marketing .............................................................................Jeanne Sigel Director of Development & Marketing...........................................................................................Jeanne Sigel Accounting......................................................................................Linda ........................................................................ Linda Kaminski Accounting. Kaminski(Manager), (Manager),Jeanne JeanneSeney Seney TicketingServices ServicesManager.........................................................................................................Heather Manager ..........................................................................................Heather Flynn Ticketing Flynn BoxOffice OfficeRepresentatives. Representatives...........................................................Paula ............................. Paula Picken, Belle Caruso, Addis Box Picken,Trish SarahHanson, Smigal,Lindsey Molly Ziegler, Data Management Specialist ...........................................................................................Cole Riemer Bridney Casillas, Jaylynn Claudio Weddings Media Rivera MediaSpecialist. Specialist................................................................................................................................Rita .............................................................................................................. Rita Rivera Special Events Program Manager...........................................................................................................................Sophie Walsh Program/Production Director ...................................................................................... Jason E. Lucas Events Manager..........................................................................................................................Robert Dusza Production/Program Manager ..............................................................................................Jay SilvaIII Commercial Work House Manager. ........................................................................................................................Ronnie Production Staff ...................................................... Shawn Cunningham, Tibor Pusztai, CharlieMcKenzie Potter Hospitality Coordinator. ............................................................................................................ Charlotte Fields Events Manager ......................................................................................................Carolyn Johnson Theater Consultant. . ....................................................................................Martin Vinik, Planning for the Arts House Manager ...................................................................................Judi Murphy, Ronnie McKenzie Digital Cinema Service. . ...................................................................Lonny Jennings, Boston Light and Sound Hospitality Coordinator ............................................................................................ Charlotte Fields Photography.....................................................................................................Tom Bombria, JohnforMarkovcich Theater Consultant ........................................................................ Martin Vinik, Planning the Arts Video.............................................................................................Chris Conway, Lakeview of SCT Digital Cinema Service ..........................................................Lonny Jennings, BostonProductions Light and Sound Arts Management Software. . ................................................................................................ Patron Technology Photography & Video .................................. Tom Bombria, Chris Conway, Lakeview Productions of SCT www.tbombriaphoto.com 860-235-0237 Information Technology. .........................................................................................................Dynamic Alliance Arts Management Software ...................................................................................Patron Technology Financial Advisor. . ...................................The Centre Harbour Group – Morgan Stanley Wealth Management Information Technology .........................................................................................Dynamic Alliance

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Water Street Garage - 160 Water Street Box Office hours are from 10 am until 5 pm Weddings (opposite Amtrak Station) Monday through Friday. Box Office opens Dogfight international 2 hours prior to performance times and Special Events Melissa Etheridge RESTROOMS november 6-21, 2021 playwrights festival remains open through intermission. November 2, 2021 Wheelchair accessible restrooms are located Work Commercial october 15-16, 2021 Box Office: (860) 444-7373 extension 1 in both the Main Lobby and the Upper Lobby. Fax: (860) 701-0189 SPECIAL NEEDS E-mail: boxoffice@gardearts.org First and second levels are accessible Tickets On-Line: www.gardearts.org by elevator. Please note there are WEBSITE stairs to balcony and loge seating. For current schedules and information or to Wheelchair locations are available in the rear purchase tickets on-line, visit our website at www.gardearts.org. orchestra. Please indicate your needs when www.tbombriaphoto.com 860-235-0237 holiday movies Nutcracker Tig Notaro purchasing tickets. november 27, 2021 December 11-19, 2021 January 2022 EXCHANGES OR 22, REFUNDS Ticket exchanges are subject to a $5 per The Sennheiser Listening System provides ticket“THE fee with aGARDE maximum of $20. &Some amplified sound through headphones restrictions apply. Exchange fees are waived available free of charge with a deposit of for subscribers with minimum 48 hours DINING OUT” credit card or driver’s license. For special advance notice. Ticket refunds are not needs and questions, call the Garde Box Office available. at (860) 444-7373 extension 1. DIRECTIONS silent sky bug Get the led out From Hartford/Colchester February 5-20, 2022 - 22, 2022 january INFORMATION 28, 2022 IMPORTANT Rt. 2, Rt. 11, Rt. 85May and7down Broad Street, The use of recording equipment or the taking across Huntington St. onto Gov. Winthrop of photographs in the theatre during the Blvd. or State Street. performance is strictly forbidden. Smoking From I-95 Northbound and vaping is not permitted inside the Garde Exit 83, and down Huntington St., left onto Arts Center. Red signs located above the exits State St. space is ready at the indicate emergency fire exits. For your safety, FromYour I-95 Southbound please check the location of the exit nearest criminal Exit 84 South, down Eugene WaterandStreet KevinGarage James O’Neill Dr., your seat. Inmay the10,event 2022 of a fire or other turn right onto Gov. Winthrop Blvd. or State St. May 15, 2022 emergency, please walk to that exit. t o p u r c h a s e t i c k e t s v i s i t wa rNew n e r t hLondon e at r e . o r g 8 6 0 - 4 8 9 - 7 1Parking 80 Authority

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FRIENDS OF THE GARDE The Garde Arts Center gratefully acknowledges the contributions from the The Garde Arts Center gratefully acknowledges the contributions from following individuals and organizations between 8/1/20 to 10/4/21. the following individuals and organizations between 8/1/18 to 9/25/19. FOUNDERS CIRCLE ($25,000+) A Touch of Grey Loomis Palmer Fund FOUNDERS CIRCLE Frank ($25,000+) Atlantic Broadband Anonymous CARES ACTof Grey Anonymous A Touch Frank Loomis Palmer Fund Chelsea Groton Foundation The Vinik Chester Kitchings Family Atlantic Broadband Martin Planning for the ArtsFoundation CityDepartment of New London Edward and Mary LordFoundation Foundation of Economic and Community Development TheThe Chester Kitchings Family Department of Economic and Community Development SBA – Shuttered Venue Program Dominion Energy Comcast Financial Agency Weddings TheState For Good Fund of Connecticut

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Anthonyand Cronin Czarnecki Stephen Laurel Lyle Mr.Keith & Mrs. Peter P. Michalowski FREEIn PARKING LATE ARRIVALS Charles and Romana Primus K. E. Curtin honor of Marilyn Erwin In honor of Phil and Mary Ellen Michalowski On street parking after 5pmJ.and If you arrive late for a performance, you Christine S. and William Gradyon weekends Linda and MacCluggage and Reid MacCluggage Tom and PamReid Moriarty (pleaseLinda notice No Parking Signs) and behind willBetty beA seated Linda Mariani and David Neusner Fund Pinson Deborah A. Cluff Linda Wood at the discretion of the Superior Court Building - located off Cottage management. fellowP. patrons Megan Bob and Lise Reardon DonaldMcGuire and Joanne Gibson Marguerite R.Your and James Flood appreciate Street.Lenore your cooperation. Milner B. and Arlene C. Johnson Yankee Dr. Raymond MarionRemodelers Ripani Bob and Nita Ross and Susan PAIDBarry PRIVATE PARKING Elisse Rosen andDevlin-Neistat Paul Turetzky Michael and Elaine Shapiro TICKET INFORMATION Naomi and Kevin Nixon James and Carole Water Street Garage - 160 Water Street Ellen Maw Facebook Network Good10 am until 5 pm BoxJames Office hours Shores areforfrom Anonymous Sanborn Weddings (opposite Amtrak Station) Monday through Friday. Box Office opens Eric Mcguire New London Education Foundation Peggy and Alan Mendelson Barbara Schepis 2 hours prior to performance times and Special Events Fred and Ann Stewart Paul and Heidi Brody Paul & Denise Michalowski Valenti AutoMall RESTROOMS remains open through intermission. James and Carole Shores Paul J. Basilica and Karen J. Ricciardi Wheelchair accessible restrooms are located Work Jean M. Wiseman Commercial Box Office: (860) extension 1 JeanMain M. Wiseman Shirley and Arthur444-7373 Friend Fergenson in both the Lobby and the UpperSTAR Lobby. ($500-$999) Fax: Susan (860)W.701-0189 John J. and Angela T. McLean Hendricks Dr Arnie SPECIAL Benak, Dr Rosemary Lydia Pan, Mark Kronenberg NEEDS E-mail: boxoffice@gardearts.org John Leary and Joanne LukaszewiczDon and Joanne Gibson Thomas M. Moriarty and Pamela R. Stevens Bontempi John S. Johnson Paul & Paula Picken First and second levels are accessible Tickets www.gardearts.org Joseph J. LoGioco UshaOn-Line: A. and Steve Wade

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