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radiance: the passion of marie cure

From the Producing Director

WELCOME TO THE GEFFEN PLAYHOUSE Alan Alda has been a friend for many years. I have admired his work as an actor on stages and screens large and small. What always astonishes me is the passion with which he infuses every role he plays, an energy that is so palpable that it reaches out to audiences and makes them feel as though they have seen the world through his impassioned eyes.

So it came as no surprise to me when Alan’s play Radiance: The Passion of Marie Curie contained this same fervor. Prior to even reading the play, Alan’s enthusiasm for his subject was easy to see, and I would be hard pressed to find another writer more in love with his protagonist. I read an early draft of the play and as one would expect, each page was infused with his excitement and love for Marie Curie and her work. After writing five movies, many television shows and two best selling books, Alan Alda has come home to where he belongs: the theater. We quickly found Alan’s enthusiasm to be contagious. Tony Award winner Daniel Sullivan, a three-time Geffen alum, was the ideal director for this project as he has a keen sense about, and love for, new plays. Dan became fascinated with Alan’s play and the two, along with an extraordinary cast, have made Radiance into a wonderful evening of theater about a great woman of science. As always, Sullivan has assembled the best designers imaginable including Tom Lynch (Scenic Designer), Rita Ryack (Costume Designer), Daniel Ionazzi (Lighting Designer), Jon Gottlieb (Sound Designer) and John Boesche (Projection Designer). They have transformed our intimate Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater into multiple locations of another time. We are so pleased to have the opportunity to produce this world premiere. We continue our mission of new play development and production with a play that is sure to give you insight into the life of an extraordinary figure. See you at the theater,

Gilbert Cates

Producing Director

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FROM THE CHAIRMAN FRANK G. MANCUSO

It is my pleasure to welcome you to the Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater for the first show of its 2011/2012 season, Radiance: The Passion of Marie Curie. Playwright Alan Alda and director Daniel Sullivan have prepared a truly illuminating, profound story about the incredible life of Marie Curie and her extraordinary discoveries – both scientific and personal. The Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater, which we affectionately call the Audrey, has emerged as a space with a personality all its own, and serves as a perfect complement to our Gil Cates Theater. The Audrey offers us countless opportunities to expand and diversify our programming, and we take much pride in the works showcased there by playwrights including Jane Anderson, Neil LaBute, and now Alan Alda, among many others. Therefore, I am delighted to share that this season we have introduced a new subscription model that now offers subscribers access to all shows in both theaters. The response thus far has been incredible, and we are so grateful that our wonderful Geffen Playhouse supporters have responded with such enthusiasm. In the spirit of offering something for everyone here at the Geffen Playhouse, we surely cannot forget our younger generation of theatergoers. That’s why our Geffen education partners the Story Pirates have a treat for students from elementary through high school, with a Radiance-inspired play, appropriately entitled Brilliance! When they’re not here at the Geffen Playhouse, the merry troupe of Story Pirates helm an educational tour at schools throughout Los Angeles where they work with students in various grade levels to write plays, many of which the Story Pirates select to perform in their delightfully silly yet smart style. We are privileged to work with such a dedicated group of performers whose admirable purpose aligns so perfectly with everything we stand for at the Geffen Playhouse: to instill in children and young adults a deep appreciation of artistic expression, and of course, the joy of theater. For more information on Story Pirates or to purchase tickets to Brilliance!, please visit geffenplayhouse.com or call Jessica Brusilow in the Development Department, at 310.208.6500 x141. Thank you again for joining us this evening. I now invite you to sit back, relax and bask in Radiance. Respectfully yours,

Frank G. Mancuso Chairman, Geffen Playhouse

BOARD OF DIRECTORS Frank G. Mancuso Chairman Gilbert Cates President Patricia Kiernan Applegate Randall Arney Gene Block Harold A. Brown Suzanne Deal Booth † Mary Ann Cloyd Kirsten Combs Robert A. Daly † Dennis Doty John Ebey P2  PERFORMANCES  MAGAZINe

Mark Fleischer David Geffen † Herbert M. Gelfand

Chairman Emeritus

Patricia L. Glaser Adi Greenberg Arthur Greenberg Martha Henderson Pamela Robinson Hollander Quincy Jones † Joan Kaloustian Jeffrey Katzenberg † Glorya Kaufman Michael B. Kong Dr. Gerald S. Levey carla malden

Karl Malden †* Susan Mallory Ginny Mancini Susanna Midnight Ron Meyer † Leslie Moonves † Jerry Moss † Ken Novice Steven A. Olsen Jerry Perenchio † Bruce M. Ramer †

Richard Sherman Victoria Mann Simms † Andy Spahn Fred Specktor Steven Spielberg † Cynthia P. Stafford Howard Tenenbaum Steve Tisch † Dr. Charles E. Young

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Peter rosen

Lawrence Ramer Loren Rothschild Linda Bernstein Rubin Teri Schwartz

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Written by

Margaret Engel & Allison Engel Directed by

David Esbjornson Featuring

Kathleen Turner January 3 — February 12, 2012 Molly Ivins was “feisty and controversial, a mix of bonhomie and sheer audacity. In short, a character.” — The New York Times “See this play!” — Politics Daily talk back tuesday every tuesday after preview week

Talk to MOLLY … Enjoy complimentary Peet’s Coffee & Tea before the show in the Geffen’s lobby and dig deeper into plot, characters and themes with Geffen artists post-show.

girls night out thursday JANUARY 19, 2012

Party with MOLLY … After-party at American Vintage in Westwood Village will feature “Red Hot Carpet” tips from Pixi beauty artists, hosted bar & food, GNO photo booth plus a Pixi beauty take away gift!

lounge fridays

January 27, 2012 & February 3, 2012

TOAST with MOLLY … Cultural happy hour meets bon appétit Friday evenings at the Geffen. WEST Restaurant & Lounge will serve culinary delights pre-show in the Geffen’s lobby with complimentary tray passed champagne.

wine down sundays every sunday after preview week

taste with MOLLY … Cap off your weekend with complimentary wine tastings pre-show in the Geffen’s lobby courtesy of The Winegrowers of Dry Creek Valley.


hero worship: Playwright Alan Alda discusses the challenges and passions of Marie Curie

Alan Alda

Marie Curie

Alan Alda has a great passion for science. He is one of

those rare people who can take a subject of great intellectual complexity and deliver it to an audience with as much raw emotion as if he were telling a great love story. But truth be told, his relationship with Madame Marie Curie is just that: a love story between writer and subject that has only intensified as he delved further into his new play during rehearsals. Geffen Literary Manager and Dramaturg Amy Levinson had the opportunity to sit down with Alan Alda and discuss his writing process, his love of science and most importantly, his ever growing admiration for Madame Marie Curie. AL: What sparked your desire to write this play? Why this subject, in this medium? AA: About four years ago I thought of putting together a reading of Marie Curie’s letters for the World Science Festival in New York. Then I found out her letters are stored in the French National Library in Paris but they’re still radioactive. You have to sign a release before they’ll let you touch them. So, I switched to Einstein. But in researching Marie Curie’s life, I had come to realize how tremendously dramatic and potent her story is, especially P4  PERFORMANCES  MAGAZINe

the years between her two Nobel Prizes, from 1903 to 1911. From the beginning, I thought of it as a play. A character with a powerful desire to accomplish a goal with tough obstacles to overcome is, of course, the essence of drama. Marie couldn’t have had a more deeply felt need to unravel the mysteries of nature, and she couldn’t have had more chilling obstacles thrown in her path. But she never gave up. That’s why she’s become my own personal hero. You go down many blind alleys and dead ends when you write a play — it’s part of the

process. But whenever I come up against an obstacle now, I think of Marie and what she overcame and it pulls me through. I’m lucky I’ve had her and I’m lucky I’ve had Dan Sullivan, who is without doubt one of the best directors in the world. AL: I never had the opportunity to read the earliest drafts — I think the first draft I saw was maybe 18 months ago and at that point you had already implemented the theatrical device in which the actors stay on the stage throughout the piece. Was this something you had conceived of from the beginning? And what was the impetus for this type of framing? AA: It’s how I saw the play from the beginning. The actors come out on stage to tell us a story. They watch the play along with us and when it’s time to play a scene, they frankly get up and become the characters. To me, there’s something both theatrical and personal about that. I think it makes the relationship between actors and audience a little more communal, more collaborative.


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BY AMY LEVINSON AL: In terms of the obstacles that Marie Curie faced, history would suggest that once they ran out of other walls to put in her way, they resorted to accusing her of being Jewish, and I was surprised by the way this was wielded as a weapon. Can you touch on this a bit? AA: There was a strong streak of antiSemitism in France then. Oddly, this was in part tied to a belief that they had lost the Franco-Prussian war as God’s punishment because France had turned away from Catholicism. Even three or four decades later, that feeling was still in the air. It fed the anti-Semitism that led to the Dreyfus Affair. If you wanted to destroy someone’s reputation in those days, you could hint that they were probably Jewish. AL: What was her religious background? AA: She was brought up Catholic but didn’t practice any faith as an adult. AL: In reading about Paul, Marie’s second love, his friends and colleagues noted that his home environment never encouraged or cultivated his scientific study. In some way, do you feel Paul’s domestic life was a microcosm of what Marie had to contend with on a macrocosmic level? AA: I do, and in fact, when her affair with Paul Langevin became public and turned into a scandal, the press began to say that she wasn’t such a genius after all — that in fact, it was really Pierre (her husband and colleague) who had done all the work. AL: And this was based on the fact that she was a woman? That she was involved in infidelity? AA: She had so many things going against her. Certainly, the fact that she was a woman was one. It was often taken for granted then that a woman’s role was to be seductive and pleasing to a man. Marie was proud of her intellect and she wanted to share her discoveries. And she wanted the same credit a man would enjoy. The scandal over her affair was an added problem and it had a peculiar twist. It was pretty much expected then that Frenchmen would have mistresses. But these affairs had rules. They needed to

remain private and above all, the mistress was not to hold a social station equal to the man’s wife. That would be humiliating to the wife. In fact, a year or two after Paul and Marie ended their affair, Paul took up with his secretary and his wife said nothing about it. This was a woman, apparently, who was far enough down on the social scale. Marie was too far up. Marie also suffered from the xenophobia in the air then. At first, France was proud of her and considered her a French genius, but when the scandal broke, she suddenly became the Polish immigrant who had set out to destroy French motherhood and family. In some people’s minds, the idea that a foreigner might prevent a French man from impregnating his wife and making more French children was an act against the whole country. She had so many obstacles to overcome. One of the biggest, of course, was the threat to her health from years of plunging her hands into radioactive materials. Early on in her research, her fingers became stiff and cracked and eventually (after a surprisingly long life, at the age of 66) she died of aplastic anemia. There was probably no way to avoid radiation poisoning. She and Pierre didn’t realize at first how dangerous their work was and that their lab was covered with radioactive dust. While I was researching the play, I visited the Curie Institute in Paris. The young man showing me around took me over to the wall where, behind a glass panel, was a page of her journal from the day she discovered radium. He swung open the glass and held a Geiger counter to it. It clicked like a tap dancer. AL: So you didn’t handle her radioactive letters, but you did go to Paris? AA: I did — to get a feel for what her life was like. I wanted to be accurate about her science, but I also wanted us to relate to her in the most human terms I could. She’s not a disembodied intellect — she’s warm-blooded and alive with the desires and passions and flaws we all have. I wanted to imagine the simple details of her life that would make her real to me. Once, in Paris, I walked and half-ran from the Sorbonne where she

taught to the apartment she kept with Paul — just to see how out of breath she’d be when she got there. AL: Here is another question on the process of writing, understanding that no two writers work in the same way. You have rewritten an enormous amount. Now, having been in rehearsal, how do you come back to the script? What do you glean from rehearsal that furthers the development of the play and brings you back to it? AA: I never really leave it. What’s nice is that through all the reading I’ve done about her, there’s always a channel in my head open to Marie and the world in which she lived. I’ve written scenes in taxis, on airplanes and sometimes even waiting to cross the street — I’ll take out my iPhone and email myself an idea for a couple of lines. But there’s nothing like watching an actor live through a moment in rehearsal to make you realize you can cut a scene to its essence. AL: As someone who has acted on the stage, and often in new plays, you are no stranger to collaborating with writers in production. What was one of the best experiences you have had as an actor working on a new play? AA: I brought a book about the physicist Richard Feynman to Gordon Davidson and we asked Peter Parnell to write a play based on Feynman’s life. We thought we’d be on the stage within a year. But Feynman was a very hard character to capture and it took six years and several completely different versions of the play. Peter was indefatigable. He never gave up. So I guess Peter and Marie are both heroes of mine. AL: And how is it now, being on the other side of the equation? AA: It really is thrilling to watch wonderful actors take a scene three steps further than what you’ve imagined it could be. And Dan Sullivan is a rare earth element among directors. He’ll come up with staging that’s not in the script and turn to me to see if I’m all right with it and I’ll say, “Am I all right with it? Are you kidding me? I’m in awe at your feet.” PErFORMANCEs  MAGAZINE P5


Gilbert Cates PRODUCING DIRECTOR Randall Arney ARTISTIC DIRECTOR Ken Novice MANAGING DIRECTOR

THE GEFFEN PLAYHOUSE presents

Written by

Alan Alda Scenic Designer

Costume Designer

Thomas Lynch

Rita Ryack

Lighting Designer

Sound Designer

Associate Director

Production Stage Manager

Daniel Ionazzi

John Sullivan

Jon Gottlieb

Young Ji

Projection Designer

John Boesche

Casting Director

Phyllis Schuringa

Directed by

Daniel Sullivan Radiance: The Passion of Marie Curie is a recipient of the Edgerton Foundation New American Play Award.

Opening Night: Wednesday, November 9, 2011 OPENING NIGHT SPONSORED B Y :

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radiance: the passion of marie cure

cast of characters (In order of appearance)

Marie Curie............................................................................................................. Anna Gunn Paul Langevin......................................................................................................... Dan Donohue Pierre Curie............................................................................................................ John de Lancie Émile Borel.............................................................................................................. Hugo Armstrong Marguerite Borel.................................................................................................. Natacha Roi Jeanne Langevin................................................................................................... Sarah Zimmerman Törnebladh/Terbougie....................................................................................... Leonard Kelly-Young

Time and place For the most part, the play is set in Paris, between 1898 and 1911. running time Approximately Two Hours and Ten Minutes There will be a 15 minute intermission

The Geffen Playhouse is supported, in part, by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission. This project was also funded in part by the Department of Cultural Affairs, City of Los Angeles. The Geffen Playhouse, a non-profit theater company, is proudly affiliated with the University of California at Los Angeles.

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WHO’S WHO IN THE CAST ABOUT THE PLAYERS

HUGO ARMSTRONG (Émile Borel) Hugo Armstrong’s Los Angeles theater credits include plays at Sacred Fools, The Kirk Douglas Theatre, Electric Lodge, REDCAT, Ghost Road, Theatre of Note, The Powerhouse, The Boston Court, UCLA Live in Medea and the Ahmanson Theatre understudying the male roles in God of Carnage. East Coast credits include plays at Quantum Theatre, The Kitchen and The Kennedy Center. Armstrong received an Ovation Award for Bleed Rail at The Theatre at Boston Court and received both The Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award and an Ovation Award for Land of the Tigers with Burglars of Hamm. Film credits include: upcoming Stephen Frear’s film Lay the Favorite, Voice on the Line, Nanking, Weak Species, Political Disasters, and his own OK, GOOD which he co-wrote and produced with filmmaker Daniel Martinico. He is also the executive producer for the acclaimed documentary Char-ac-ter featuring Sydney Pollack, Dabney Coleman and Harry Dean Stanton. Television credits include: Monk, Criminal Minds, Mystery ER, and the upcoming pilot for The Honorable. He has collaborated with artists Catherine Sullivan in Five Economies / Armond Hammer Museum, Brody Condon in Death Animations / Machine Project, and Daniel Martinico in The Safeway / MOCA’s Geffen Contemporary. Armstrong is a graduate of Cal Arts.

JOHN DE LANCIE (Pierre Curie) John de Lancie has had an eclectic career. His film and television credits include: The Hand that Rocks the Cradle, The Fisher King, Taking Care of Business, Fearless, Multiplicity, Women on Top, Torchwood, Breaking Bad, West

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Wing, The Closer, Star Trek, and Legend. He has been a member of The American Shakespeare Festival, The Seattle Repertory Company, The South Coast Repertory, The Mark Taper Forum and the Old Globe. In the world of music, Mr. de Lancie has narrated with most of the major symphony orchestras in the US and Canada. He has also written and directed ten symphonic plays — ninetyminute, fully-staged productions with orchestra — as well as a concert series at Disney Hall that explored the life and music of famous composers. He is a graduate of Kent State University and The Juilliard School.

DAN DONOHUE (Paul Langevin) Dan Donohue has been a fixture at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival since 1994, performing in over 30 productions in such diverse roles as Hamlet, Iago, Mercutio, Caliban, Mark Antony and Dvornichek in Rough Crossing. He also had a three-year run as Hal in Henry IV Parts 1 & 2 and Henry V. On Broadway, Donohue was Scar in The Lion King. His other theater credits include: The Triumph of Love (Long Wharf Theatre), The Devil’s Disciple, The Winter’s Tale (Asolo Repertory Theatre), The Beard of Avon, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Game of Love and Chance (Seattle Repertory Theatre), Servant of Two Masters (Intiman Theatre) and Vincent Van Gogh in the world premiere of Inventing Van Gogh (Arizona Theatre Company). Donohue has also performed at Shakespeare Santa Cruz, Portland Center Stage, Utah Shakespeare Festival, San Jose Repertory Theatre, Missouri Repertory Theatre and elsewhere. He was an inaugural recipient of the Lunt-Fontanne Fellowship. Off the stage, Donohue has guest starred on The Closer and The Drew Carey Show and will soon be a regular on the NBC/ Universal web series In Gayle We Trust. He currently resides in Los Angeles.

ANNA GUNN (Marie Curie) Anna Gunn has starred for the last four hit seasons as Skyler White on the Emmy Award winning series Breaking Bad on AMC, earning both an AFI Award and the prestigious Peabody Award. She previously starred in the role of Martha Bullock in the iconic HBO series Deadwood. Ms. Gunn’s extensive stage credits include the world premiere of Time Stands Still at the Geffen Playhouse also directed by Daniel Sullivan, the American premiere of Hysteria at the Mark Taper Forum directed by Phyllida Lloyd, Isabella in Measure for Measure at the Ahmanson Theatre directed by Sir Peter Hall, and she made her Broadway debut opposite Roger Rees in The Rehearsal at the Roundabout Theatre directed by Nicholas Martin. Film credits include the dark comedies, Nobody’s Baby, directed by David Seltzer which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, and Santa Fe, written by Tony Award winner Mark Medoff. She was also seen in the blockbuster Tony Scott film, Enemy of the State, appearing opposite Jon Voight. Ms. Gunn’s upcoming films include starring roles in the indie features Sassy Pants and Little Red Wagon. She can currently be seen in Kevin Smith’s new film, Red State.

LEONARD KELLY-YOUNG (Törnebladh/Terbougie) Theater: recently received two Santa Barbara Independent Theatre Awards as Dodge in Buried Child and as Dr. Lyman in Bus Stop; Moonlight and Magnolias (Laguna Playhouse), Titus in Titus Andronicus (The Old Globe Theatre), School for Scandal (The Mark Taper Forum); Assassination 1865 (Goodman Theatre, Jeff Award Ensemble), Of Mice and Men (Missouri Repertory Theater), Treasure Island (Cincinnati Playhouse), Inherit the Wind and Christmas Carol (The Geva Theatre), Man of Mode

(Studio Arena Theatre), Hedda Gabler (Worcester Foothills Theatre) and Cyrano, Don Juan, St. Joan and Twelfth Night (The Huntington Theatre). He has performed for many Shakespeare Companies including; American Players Theatre, Three Rivers Shakespeare Festival, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Virginia Shakespeare Festival and Will Geer Theatricum. Young’s TV credits include: House of Lies, The Defenders, Justified, Law & Order: Los Angeles, The Mentalist, Mad Men, Boston Legal, CSI, The Shield, Life, Married with Children, Ellen, Pros and Cons, Star Trek Enterprise, Method and Red, Hunter, Silk Stalkings, Renegade and many more.

NATACHA ROI (Marguerite Borel) Natacha is pleased to be returning to the Geffen Playhouse. She was seen here this past summer in the role of Mara in Extraordinary Chambers. Her other recent theater credits include Aphra Behn in Or, (Magic Theatre), Emilie — La Marquise Du Chatelet Defends Her Life at the Petit Theatre at Cirey Tonight, The Real Thing and Vesuvius (South Coast Repertory). On Broadway her credits include: Sixteen Wounded, Closer and Wait Until Dark. Off-Broadway and regional theater credits include Fiction (Roundabout Theatre Company); Uncle Vanya (McCarter Theatre and La Jolla Playhouse); Twelfth Night (Long Wharf Theatre); Othello (The Public Theater); Passion Play (Minetta Lane Theatre) and many more great plays in great theaters across the country. Television credits include: The Beast, Journey Man, E.R., Bones, The Unit, Without a Trace, Hack, Ed, Law & Order, Law & Order: SVU. You can visit her at www.natacharoi.com. Enjoy!

SARAH ZIMMERMAN (Jeanne Langevin) Sarah Zimmerman recently returned from the UK where she performed Till We Have Faces with Lamb’s Players


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WHO’S WHO IN THE CAST ABOUT THE PLAYERS Theatre. Favorite theater credits include: The Full Monty and The Rivals (Broadway); The Matchmaker, for which she received a Helen Hayes Award nomination, and The Rivalry (Ford’s Theatre, D.C.); The Seagull, Love’s Labour’s Lost and The Merry Wives of Windsor (Old Globe Theatre); As You Like It (Weston Playhouse); The Voice of the Turtle (Westport Country Playhouse); The Glass Menagerie, Susan and God, Cold Comfort Farm and The Great Divorce (Lamb’s Players Theatre). Zimmerman’s voice can be heard on numerous audio books and recordings including: Three Sisters, The Importance of Being Earnest, Summer and Smoke, Major Barbara, Tartuffe, La Bete and Design for Living (for L.A. Theatre Works). TV includes: The Office, Big Love, Without A Trace, The Closer and The Nine. She received her B.F.A. from The Boston Conservatory and her M.F.A. from Old Globe/USD. ALAN ALDA (Playwright) Alan Alda has written five feature films (including The Four Seasons and The Seduction of Joe Tynan), two best selling books and 19 episodes of the television series M.A.S.H, for one of which he was awarded an Emmy for writing. His long-time interest in science led him to interview hundreds of scientists around the world for 11 years on the award-winning PBS series Scientific American Frontiers. In 2010, he hosted the science series The Human Spark on PBS. On Broadway, he appeared as the physicist Richard Feynman in the play QED. In 2006, for his efforts in helping to broaden the public’s understanding of science, he was presented with the National Science Board’s Public Service Award. He is a visiting professor at Stony Brook University’s Center for Communicating Science where he helps develop innovative programs that enable scientists to communicate more effectively with the public. DANIEL SULLIVAN (Director) Recent Broadway: Time Stands Still by Donald Margulies (Cort Theatre), The Merchant of Venice with Al Pacino (Broadhurst Theatre), and David Lindsay-Abaire’s Good People (MTC’s Friedman). Also for MTC, Mr. Sullivan directed Time Stands Still, Accent on Youth, Rabbit Hole, Brooklyn Boy, Sight Unseen, After the Night and the Music, Proof, In Real Life and Psychopathia Sexualis. Among his Broadway credits are The Homecoming; Prelude to a Kiss; Julius Caesar; Morning’s at Seven; I’m Not Rappaport; A Moon for the Misbegotten; The Heidi Chronicles; Conversations With My Father; Ah, Wilderness!; and The Sisters Rosensweig. Among his OffBroadway credits are The Merchant of Venice, The Night Watcher, Twelfth Night, A Midsumemr Night’s Dream,

Intimate Apparel, Stuff Happens, Far East, Spinning Into Butter, Dinner With Friends, and The Substance of Fire. From 1981 to 1997, Mr. Sullivan served as Artistic Director of Seattle Repertory Theatre, where he directed more than 60 productions and established a New Play Program. Mr. Sullivan’s film and television credits include The Substance of Fire and Far East. Mr Sullivan is the Swanlund Professor of Theatre at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. THOMAS LYNCH (Scenic Designer) Geffen Playhouse: Franny’s Way. Broadway: Master Class with Tyne Daly, A Raisin in the Sun Sean Combs and Phylicia Rashad, Contact (Tony Nom), The Heidi Chronicles (Tony Nom) Having Our Say, Swing!, The Music Man (Tony Nom), Ah, Wilderness!, The Young Man From Atlanta, Tintypes. Off-Broadway: Me, Myself & I, Third, A Woman Before a Glass (OBIE), Betty’s Summer Vacation (OBIE- Sustained Excellence), Laughing Wild, Driving Miss Daisy, Still Life (Shared OBIE). Over 130 designs for major Regional Theaters. Opera: Iphigenie en Tauride (Met and Met/SIMULCAST), Rodelinda (Met)The Ring Cycle, Amelia, Lohengrin (Seattle Opera), Bernstein’s A Quiet Place (Vienna State Opera), Alcina (Covent Garden),  Awards: four Drama Desk Nominations, Elliot Norton, two Joseph Jeffersons. Professor of Scenic Design, University of Washington. RITA RYACK (Costume Designer) Rita Ryack collaborated at the Geffen Playhouse on Time Stands Still, directed by Daniel Sullivan. She has designed the costumes for many feature films including Hairspray, Martin Scorsese’s Casino, Cape Fear, After Hours and Bringing Out the Dead, with Robert DeNiro in A Bronx Tale as well as Barry Levinson’s Wag the Dog. She received an Emmy nomination for Levinson’s You Don’t Know Jack, starring Al Pacino as Jack Kevorkian. For director Ron Howard, she designed Apollo 13, Ransom, A Beautiful Mind and How the Grinch Stole Christmas which earned her an Oscar nomination. She very recently completed filming the NBC pilot Smash, and for the movie musical Rock of Ages, starring Tom Cruise. She has also designed on Broadway the musical My One and Only, for which she received a Tony nomination, The Human Comedy, and Time Stands Still as well as many off-Broadway productions: Time Stands Still’s incarnation at Manhattan Theatre Club, among many other MTC productions including The Loman Family Picnic, directed by Lynne Meadow, What’s Wrong with This Picture?, Digby and It’s Only A Play. Her work at Playwrights’ Horizons includes Harry Kondoleon’s Anteroom (OBIE Award) and also off-Broadway,

Kondoleon’s The Vampires, The Foreigner, Sam Shepard’s A Lie of the Mind (OBIE Award) and The Foreigner. She spent a season as principle costume designer at Robert Brustein’s American Repertory Theatre at Harvard and is a graduate of the Yale School of Drama. Ms. Ryack designed the costumes for Michael Jackson’s “Bad” video, directed by Martin Scorsese. She has also received various awards for cartoon animation and illustration. Daniel Ionazzi (Lighting Designer) Daniel is Production Manager for the Geffen Playhouse. He is also a member of the faculty of the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television and Director of Production for the Department of Theater. Mr. Ionazzi is the author of The Stage Management Handbook and The Stagecraft Handbook. Design credits include: WWII — Beyond all Boundaries for the National World War II Museum. For Steppenwolf Theatre Company: The Seafarer. For South Coast Repertory Theater: In The Next Room. For the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts: Teatro alla Moda. For the Geffen Playhouse: Superior Donuts, A Step In Time, Nightmare Alley, The Female of the Species, The Seafarer, Atlanta, Speed-the-Plow, A Picasso, Wishful Drinking, All My Sons, (Ovation nomination), Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, Paint Your Wagon, Take Me Out, I Just Stopped By To See The Man, Boy Gets Girl (Ovation nomination), Under The Blue Sky, Oscar & Felix, God’s Man in Texas, The Unexpected Man, The Weir, Defiled, Merton of the Movies and All in the Timing (Ovation nomination); for the Dance Company Diavolo: Catapult and Traajectorie; for the Denver Center Theatre Company: Henry IV Part I, The Three Sisters, The Night of the Iguana, Antigone. Additional design credits: The Ahkmatova Project, Amelia Lives, Telling Time, Othello, Trojan Women, Misalliance and Jenufa with Josef Svoboda. Jon Gottlieb (Sound Designer) Jon Gottlieb is an award-winning Sound Designer who currently serves as Director of Summer Programs and Head of the Sound Design program for the School of Theater at the California Institute of the Arts. A Los Angelesbased artist, his recent design work at the Geffen includes: Matthew Modine Saves the Alpacas, Time Stands Still, By the Waters of Babylon, George Gershwin, Alone (2007 Ovation Award), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and Collected Stories directed by Gil Cates, Hedda Gabler with Annette Bening directed by Daniel Sullivan, and Four Dogs and a Bone with Martin Short directed by Lawrence Kasdan. He has been heard regionally, internationally and on and off-Broadway. Recent Broadway credits include QED with Alan Alda

at Lincoln Center, Neil Simon’s Dinner Party and Terrence McNally’s Tony award-winning Master Class, starring Zoe Caldwell and later Faye Dunaway in the national tour plus the spring 2011 production featuring Tyne Daly. During his 15 year tenure as resident sound designer for Center Theater Group his designs included Taper productions of iWitness (LA Drama Critics Circle Award), The Flower Drum Song (Ovation Award), Distracted, Hughie with Al Pacino, Enigma Variations with Donald Sutherland, Putting It Together with Carol Burnett, in association with Cameron Mackintosh, The Cider House Rules directed by Tom Hulce and Jane Jones, Nine Armenians directed by Gordon Davidson, Master Class (Ovation award) and Henceforward (LA Drama Critics Circle Award). His designs at the Ahmanson Theater include The History Boys, Cinderella (LA Drama Critics Circle Award) and Measure For Measure and A Midsummer Night’s Dream directed by Sir Peter Hall. Jon has received eight LADCC Awards, three LA Theater Alliance Ovation Awards, over 60 Drama-Logue, L.A. Weekly and NAACP Theater awards, Career Achievement awards from The Los Angeles Theater Alliance, the LA Weekly and the Los Angeles Theater Center, and the Distinguished Artist Award from the Music Center Club 100. He served for five years as the resident sound designer at the Los Angeles Theater Center, fifteen years as resident sound designer at Center Theater Group, and prior to teaching at CalArts was a member of the teaching faculty at both the USC and UCLA Schools of Theater. For Disney Imagineering, he created original sound effects and design for two attractions at Walt Disney World in Florida. JOHN BOESCHE (Projection Designer) John Boesche’s scenic and projection designs have been seen by Chicago audiences at the Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Goodman Theatre, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Lookingglass Theatre, Steppenwolf Theatre, Victory Gardens and others. Broadway credits include The Glass Menagerie at Roundabout Theatre, directed by Frank Galati. Regionally his work has been seen at Arizona Theatre Company, Denver Center Theatre Company, McCarter Theatre (Princeton), Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, New York Shakespeare Festival (NYC), Seattle Repertory Theatre, Shakespeare at the Folger (Washington D.C.), South Coast Repertory (Costa Mesa) and Theater On The Square (San Francisco) among others. Projection design accompanying the performance of music includes work with The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Eos Orchestra (New York), and The Ravinia Festival Chicago. His designs for opera have been seen at Barbican Theatre Centre

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WHO’S WHO IN THE CAST ABOUT THE PLAYERS (London), Brooklyn Academy of Music, Canadian Opera Company (Toronto), Dallas Opera, Houston Grand Opera, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Opera Carolina, Opera Lyon, Opera Lyra Ottawa, Opera Pacifica, Opera Theatre of St Louis, Portland Opera, Salt Lake Opera, San Francisco Opera, Theatre de la Monnaie (Brussels), Washington Opera (D.C.), and Vancouver Opera among others. In 2005 Mr. Boesche received a Joseph Jefferson Special Award for projection design in theatre. Young Ji (Production Stage Manager) Geffen Playhouse: The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity, Extraordinary Chambers, In Mother Words, Love Loss & What I Wore, Ricky Jay: A Rogue’s Gallery; Louis & Keely: Live at the Sahara. Center Theatre Group: The Cherry Orchard (Taper); Wrecks, Trial of the Catonsville Nine, Pyrenees, A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings, Apollo, Flight, New Works Festival (Kirk Douglas Theatre); Speak to Me (CTG P.L.A.Y. in-school program). Other Los Angeles includes Antaeus Company: Cousin Bette, King Lear, The Autumn Garden (Producer); La Ronde, The Glass Menagerie (Director); American Tales, Tonight at 8:30, Phaedra (Getty Villa), ClassicsFests 04, 06, 08, 10, Mother Courage and Her Children, Pera Palas, The Dickens Project, Chekhov X 4 (Production Stage Manager). LA Theater Works: Secret Order, Sonia Flew, Work Song; Matrix Theater: Dealing with Clair; Theatre@ Boston Court: A Winter People. Tour: Jerry Quickley’s Live from the Front in Finland: Urban Festival, NYC: Public Theater, Apollo Theater, Portland: TBA Festival, Seattle: Bumbershoot Festival, and others; Mariachi Los Camperos De Nati Cano; Fiesta Navidad ’06. Phyllis Schuringa (Casting Director) Phyllis is in her ninth season as Casting Director at the Geffen Playhouse. Recent plays include: The Escort, Ruined (LA Casting), Equivocation, Matthew Modine Saves the Alpacas, Farragut North, The Seafarer, Time Stands Still, By the Waters of Babylon, The Quality of Life and Third. Prior to the Geffen, Phyllis served as casting director for the Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago. Her favorites include Frank Galati’s adaptation of The Grapes of Wrath (also La Jolla Playhouse, National Theatre in London, and Broadway, where it received the Tony Award for Best Play), the original production of Steve Martin’s Picasso at the Lapin Agile (and subsequent productions including Westwood Playhouse and Briar Street Theater in Chicago), Austin Pendleton’s Orson’s Shadow and Charles L. Mee’s Time to Burn. Broadway transfers include One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (Tony for Best Revival) and The Song of Jacob Zulu. She teaches auditioning at Steppenwolf West.

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GILBERT CATES (Producing Director) Gilbert Cates is recognized as a leader in television, film and theater. Currently presiding as the Producing Director of the Geffen Playhouse, he is dedicated to enriching the Los Angeles theatrical spectrum by presenting the finest in contemporary and classical theater. In November 1996, Cates was the recipient of the Jimmy Dolittle Award for Outstanding Contribution to Los Angeles Theater. He received the 1999 Ovation Award for best play for Collected Stories, starring Linda Lavin and Samantha Mathis, which he directed at the Geffen. The accolades for Cates expand into other areas of the entertainment industry. He produced and directed the 1970 film version of the Broadway hit I Never Sang for My Father, starring Melvyn Douglas, Gene Hackman and Estelle Parsons. The movie earned three Academy Award nominations. Cates also directed Joanne Woodward and Sylvia Sidney in the 1973 film Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams, which received two Oscar nominations. Other film directing credits include: The Promise, One Summer Love, The Last Married Couple in America, Oh! God Book II and Backfire. He further distinguished himself as director and/ or producer of a number of television dramatic specials. These include NBC’s 1972 Emmy Award-winning To all My Friends on Shore, starring Bill Cosby, ABC’s 1974 The Affair starring Natalie Wood and Robert Wagner, NBC’s 1975 After the Fall starring Faye Dunaway and Christopher Plummer. Other credits include: Johnny, We Hardly Knew Ye, The Kid from Nowhere, County Gold, Faerie Tale Theater’s Rapunzel and Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Hobson’s Choice, Burning Rage, Consenting Adults, Fatal Judgment, Do You Know the Muffin Man, Call Me Anna, Absolute Strangers, In My Daughter’s Name, and Tom Clancy’s Netforce (Cates directed James Agee’s A Death in the Family for Masterpiece Theater’s American Collection of PBS and Donald Margulies’ Collected Stories for PBS Hollywood Presents). In September 2002, he directed David Eldridge’s Under the Blue Sky for The Geffen Playhouse and directed Cat on a Hot Tin Roof in 2005, the inaugural production in the newly-renovated Geffen Playhouse. In February 2007 he directed Jeffrey Hatcher’s A Picasso in the Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater.

He served two terms as President of the Directors Guild of America from 1983 to 1987. In 1989, he received the Guild’s Robert B. Aldrich Award for extraordinary service and, in 1991, he received the DGA’s Honorary Life Membership. He also served as Dean of the UCLA School of Theater Film and Television (which he founded) from 1990—1998. In 2008, Cates produced the 80th Annual Academy Awards show for ABC, his 14th occasion producing the Awards, for which he has already garnered 84 nominations and 17 Emmy Awards. Mr. Cates was born in New York City and attended Syracuse University. Married to Dr. Judith Reichman, he has four children, two stepchildren and six grandchildren.

RANDALL ARNEY (Artistic Director) Randall Arney is known to Geffen audiences for his direction of Superior Donuts by Tracy Letts, The Female of the Species by Joanna Murray-Smith; Speed the Plow by David Mamet; All My Sons by Arthur Miller, Richard Greenberg’s Take Me Out, Stephen Jeffreys’ I Just Stopped by to See the Man, Rebecca Gilman’s Boy Gets Girl, David Rambo’s God’s Man in Texas and Conor McPherson’s The Weir and The Seafarer. He is an ensemble member and former Artistic Director of Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theatre, where he directed The Seafarer; I Just Stopped by to See the Man; The Beauty Queen of Leenane; Death and the Maiden; Curse of the Starving Class; Bang; A Walk in the Woods; Killers and The Geography of Luck. In addition, he directed the world premiere of Picasso at the Lapin Agile at Steppenwolf, as well as the subsequent Los Angeles (Westwood Playhouse, Drama-Logue Critics’ Award), Off-Broadway, San Francisco, Washington D.C. and Tokyo productions. In Chicago, he oversaw the design, creation and completion of a new state-of-the-art theatre with a main stage and studio. Broadway transfers under his leadership include The Rise and Fall of Little Voice; The Song of Jacob Zulu (six Tony Award nominations); and The Grapes of Wrath (1990 Tony Award, Best Play). Mr. Arney’s acting credits with Steppenwolf include Born Yesterday (opposite Glenne Headly); Ghost in the Machine; The Homecoming; Frank’s Wild Years (with Tom Waits, directed by Gary Sinise); You Can’t Take it With You; Fool

for Love; True West (directed by Gary Sinise); and Balm in Gilead and Coyote Ugly (both directed by John Malkovich). On film he has appeared in Normal and Weapons of Mass Distraction (HBO); Mystery, Alaska; The Out-of-Towners; Chain Reaction; The Color of Money and Miles from Home. Mr. Arney has an MFA degree in Acting and has taught acting and directing at Columbia College in Chicago and Illinois State University. He has also held master classes and workshops at Steppenwolf, around the U.S., and in Tokyo.

KEN NOVICE (Managing Director) Prior to joining Geffen Playhouse Novice served as Managing Director and Director of External Affairs at Pasadena Playhouse. Prior to that he was Director of Marketing and Public Relations for San Diego’s Tony Award-winning Old Globe Theatre developing marketing and public relations programs for Jack O’Brien’s revival of Damn Yankees, the Tony Award-nominated musical The Full Monty, Henry IV starring John Goodman as well as the Tonynominated hit Play On! among many others. Novice’s credits also include marketing and public relations with the Tony Award-winning Denver Center Theater Company and New York’s Circle Repertory Company. As Director of Programming for YouthStream Media Networks he developed national marketing and public relations programs for major motion pictures from Columbia Pictures, DreamWorks S. K. G. , Buena Vista Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Fox Broadcasting, 20th Century Fox, MGM, New Line Cinema and Warner Brothers Pictures. He also managed Ken Novice Entertainment Marketing, working with such clients as The Salvation Army, Sephra Fountains LLC, and promotional partners including Warner Brothers, American Express and Gelson’s among others. Novice served as Head of Theatre Management for the California State University Long Beach theatre management M. F. A. / M. B. A. degree program and has been a guest lecturer at San Diego State University and the University of California, San Diego. He holds a B. A. from the Pennsylvania State University and an M. B. A. from San Diego State University.


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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS PRODUCTION STAFF FOR RADIANCE: THE PASSION OF MARIE CURIE Assistant Scenic Designers charlie corcoran & cameron irwin Assistant Costume Designer ASHLEY GAMBA Assistant Sound Designer heather sorensen Properties Master Rich Gilles Wardrobe Supervisor HOLLY VICTORIA Wig Master Byron J. Batista Master Electrician Darren Rezowalli Production Electrician dan tuttle Sound Board Operator MICHAEL GUNDERSON Production Assistant kyra hansen Stage Crew BOUDE MOORE ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Set provided by scenic highlights Lighting Equipment provided by Entertainment Lighting Services Sound Equipment provided by Jon Sound Inc. Translations of certain French-language materials appeared originally in Marie Curie: A Life, now available as an ebook, published by Plunkett Lake Press, 2011 (courtesy of and © 1995 Susan Quinn). SPECIAL THANKS

UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television Scene, Prop, Sound and Costume Shops London Cleaners UCLA SCHOOL OF THEATER, FILM AND TELEVISION The Geffen Playhouse is affiliated with the University of California at Los Angeles, specifically the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television. The Geffen Playhouse values its role as an important educational resource by providing students with master classes, workshops and internships. Students are also able to work and learn from distinguished visiting Geffen artists such as Donald Margulies, Annette Bening, Ed Harris, Neil LaBute, John Rando, Terrence McNally, Alan Ayckbourn, David Mamet, David Ives and Jon Robin Baitz in areas of directing, playwriting, acting, design, dramaturgy, management and production. The Geffen Playhouse also draws upon the distinguished experts in the university to enhance the theater’s programs and research. The actors and stage managers employed in this production are members of Actors’ Equity Association; The Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States. The director is a member of the society of Stage Directors and Choreographers, Inc., an independent national labor union.

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extend the experience

For most first preview performances, the 4th Wall presents an evening of theater with a post-play party to mix and mingle with peers and meet the cast and crew.

Photo by Vivian Frerichs

Photo by Vivian Frerichs

Photo by Karen Gutierrez

Photo by Karen Gutierrez

For information on how to purchase tickets for these events, view photos, check out our sneak peek video and learn more about the talented and dedicated young professionals who make up the 4th Wall council, visit www.the4thWallgeffenplayhouse.com

Our heartfelt thanks to our generous season sponsors

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The 4th Wall, in partnership with the Geffen Playhouse, provides and encourages experiences that enrich, challenge, inspire and motivate “young Hollywood” in both creation and patronage of the arts.


SIGNATURE SERIES SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT

girls just wanna have fun! Grab friends or bring a date and turn an ordinary Thursday evening into a scintillating, one-of-a-kind night out. Enjoy post show parties with a hosted bar, buffet, our fun Girls Night Out photo booth plus a take-away gift bag at no additional cost! Look for the pink martini glass icon on our website and like the Geffen Playhouse on Facebook for event updates and photos.

upcoming Girls Night Out events

Next Fall & Radiance: The Passion of Marie Curie november 10, 2011

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After-party at Palomino Restaurant & Bar featuring Midwest Maude vintage ornaments and Cayetano Legacy Collection jewelry.

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The Kick-Ass Wit of Molly Ivins

january 19, 2012 After-party at American Vintage in Westwood Village will feature “Red Hot Carpet” tips from Pixi beauty artists, hosted bar & food, GNO photo booth plus a Pixi beauty take away gift!

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Join boutique retailer Krickette for the after-party at the Geffen Playhouse and browse handbags and accessories inspired from travels around the world.

After-party at the Geffen Playhouse featuring Pixi Beauty make up artists with bronzed looks for summer.

Our heartfelt thanks to our generous season sponsors

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SCENE AT THE GEFFEN PLAYHOUSE On September 26th the Geffen Playhouse hosted a screening of The Ides of March based on the play Farragut North, which had its West Coast premiere at the Geffen Playhouse. The evening benefited Children Mending Hearts, the Geffen Playhouse and Satellite Sentinel Project. Thank you to Sony Pictures, Microsoft, Beau Willimon, Grant Heslov and our many in-kind sponsors for a wonderful evening.

Geffen Board member Adi Greenberg with Lynn and Michael Heslov, Jerry Greenberg, Grant and Lysa Heslov and friend

Geffen Playhouse Producing Director Gil Cates with Geffen Playhouse Chairman of the Board Frank Mancuso and his wife Fay

Farragut North playwright Beau Willimon and The Ides of March producer Grant Heslov

Montage Beverly Hills’ Charles Black and his guest

Geffen Playhouse Board member Fred Specktor and Nancy Heller

Geffen Advisory Board Chair Mike Centeno with Advisory Board Member Valarie De La Garza, Sony’s Janice Pober and friend

The Geffen Playhouse, host to The Ides of March screening

Chef Tanino Drago and Bob Prasad from Tanino who provided delicious food

find out more about this and other events at the Geffen Playhouse Call the Development Department at 310.208.6500 ext.128

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Annette Bening

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December 10, 2011 3:00 pm & 8:00 pm

VIP and Private Holiday Party Tickets Available Call Regina Miller at 310.208.6500 ext.112 special performances Benefiting

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SATURDAY SCENE THEATER FOR KIDS OF ALL AGES

announcing the 2011/2012 family season

saturday scene THEATER FOR KIDS OF ALL AGES

Subscriptions for kids begin at $10 per ticket and include: Early seating • Preferred access to pre-show workshops Birthday cards for kids • Discounts on already low-priced tickets We are pleased to announce that Gelson’s Market and Pretzel Crisps are once again generously providing post-show snacks!

November 5, 2011

Theodore Boone and the Thrill of Rights! ages 5 to 11

Based on John Grisham’s #1 New York Times best selling children’s novel! November 12, November 19, December 3, December 10 2011 Brilliance! (In the intimate Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater) ages 5 to 11

Bring the family and laugh while learning about the scientific mysteries of the universe! A perfect companion piece to Alan Alda’s Radiance: The Passion of Marie Curie. January 28, 2012

Silly Rabbit, Tricksters are for Kids ages 5 to 11

A humorous and magical journey with masks and languages from different cultures! February 25, 2012

Tall Tales: Myths of Magical Trees ages 5 to 11

In partnership with UCLA - celebrate green tales about nature from around the world! March 3, 2012

The Funky Punks! ages 5 to 11

Last season’s Saturday Scene hit returns with another delightful world of wonder and whimsy! APRIL 14, 2012

Rock The Presidents! ages 10 to 14

A musical revue recounting the history of the office from George Washington to Barack Obama — in under and hour! APRIL 21, 2012

Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare ages 5 to 11

Shakespeare’s all-out comedy classic arrives with kid-friendly language and a running time of under an hour. APRIL 28, 2012

Don’t Just Sit There! An Interactive Musical for Toddlers and Big Kids ages 2 to 5 Perfect for the little ones who have problems sitting still! JUNE 9, 2012

A T-Rex is Loose! ages 7 to 11 ROOOAAARRRR!

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Our Deepest Appreciation To ClearEdge Power ClearEdge Power and the Geffen Playhouse:

Partnering to fuel great performances by creating clean energy onsite. Geffen Playhouse acknowledges the tremendous support of ClearEdge Power. Thanks to ClearEdge Power, the Geffen Playhouse has taken a big, green step towards reducing its impact on the environment by generating 5kWs of its own clean energy onsite. By generously donating and installing a ClearEdge5 fuel cell energy system at the Geffen Playhouse, ClearEdge Power is helping this historic building and theater cut our carbon emissions by 1/3 and reduce our cost of energy. Â Using natural gas to cleanly generate electricity instead of grid-only power, the ClearEdge5 is lending a hand to keep the house lights shining. Find out how you, too, can take advantage of these environmental benefits at www.clearedgepower.com. ClearEdge Power is offering a special discount for Geffen Playhouse subscribers, donors and single ticket buyers. See details below.* Please join us in thanking ClearEdge Power for all that they do to support the arts, and the environment.

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annual donors The Geffen Playhouse recognizes the following individuals and organizations for their generous support of our Annual Fund. Donors are listed at the Associate level and higher for gifts made between June 1, 2010 and September 15, 2011.

CHAIRMAN’S CIRCLE $50,000+

Anonymous Patricia Kiernan Applegate Audi of America, Inc Ben/Joyce Eisenberg Foundation City National Bank ClearEdge Power Mary Ann Cloyd Creative Artists Agency Susan and John Ebey Edgerton Foundation Joyce Eisenberg-Keefer and Melvin Keefer Herbert M. and Beverly J. Gelfand Adi and Jerry Greenberg Guggenheim Partners Carole and Bill Haber Martha Henderson Sandra Krause and William Fitzgerald Marilyn and Jeffrey Katzenberg Glorya Kaufman Keyes Automotive Group Latham & Watkins LLP Lincy Foundation Los Angeles County Arts Commission Fay and Frank Mancuso Donna McKenna and Flynn Chernos Ron and Kelly Meyer Ann and Jerry Moss Ralph M. Parsons Foundation PricewaterhouseCoopers Madeline and Bruce Ramer Linda Bernstein Rubin and Tony Rubin Richard and Barbara Sherman Shubert Foundation Skirball Foundation Kate Capshaw Spielberg and Steven Spielberg DeeAnna Staats, Staats and Co. Cynthia P. Stafford and Lanre Idewu Jodi and Howard Tenenbaum Tropicana Las Vegas Judy and Chancellor Charles E. Young

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER

$25,000 - $49,999 A&E Television Networks Stephanie and Jonathan Carson CBS Corporation Classic Party Rentals Greater Los Angeles New Car Dealers Association Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust Dan Hartman Arts and Music Foundation Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort and Spa Marcia Israel Foundation, Inc. Los Angeles magazine Ginny Mancini Susanna Midnight and Charlie Midnight Montage Hotels and Residences Napa Valley Grille Nikki Beach Northern Trust, NA The Edward A. and Ai O. Shay Family Foundation Judith and Bruce Stern The Lear Family Foundation The Walt Disney Company Universal Studios W Hotel Westwood Westime

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Geffen Playhouse 10886 Le Conte Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90024 Administrative Offices.............310.208.6500 Box Office................................. 310.208.5454 Subscriber Hotline.................. 310.208.2028 geffenplayhouse.com

Become a Geffen Playhouse donor! Please contact Regina Miller: 310.208.6500 ext.112 or reginam@geffenplayhouse.com

TICKET SERVICES Box Office Window When shows are not in performance, the Box Office window is open: 7 Days a Week...............12:00 pm — 6:00 pm During the run of a show, the window will be open until curtain. Please note: The Box Office is unable to process exchanges and future sales one hour prior to curtain time on any performance day. Phone Center....................... 310.208.5454 If you are calling regarding single tickets or general information, the Box Office Phone Center is open: 7 Days a Week..................7:00 am — 6:00 pm The Box Office is closed on major holidays. SUBSCRIBER SERVICES Subscriber Hotline............... 310.208.2028 If you are a Geffen subscriber, the Subscriber Hotline is available to assist you Monday through Friday from 10:00 am until 6:00 pm and Saturday and Sunday from 12:00 pm until 6:00 pm.

TICKET DONATIONS If you cannot use your tickets, you may release them to the Geffen prior to the date of your show, in time for resale, and you will receive an acknowledgement for a charitable contribution. Please mail to: Geffen Ticket Services 10886 Le Conte Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90024 or call the Box Office. REFUNDS It is the policy of the Geffen Playhouse not to issue refunds on subscriptions or on any single performance tickets. AT THE THEATER Accessible Accommodation The Geffen Playhouse is fully committed to ensuring a satisfying theater experience for our patrons with special needs or disabilities. The theaters have been designed to provide excellent seating for patrons in wheelchairs. Please call the Box Office to discuss your needs.

Listening Devices Infrared listening devices are available free of charge at all performances. Listening devices can be retrieved at the Theater Concierge Desk in the lobby. Please arrive early to obtain a listening device, they are subject to availability. Signed Performances When appropriate, each play of the season will have a special performance that will be sign-language interpreted for the deaf and hearing impaired. Call the Box Office for more info or email boxoffice@geffenplayhouse.com. Late Seating Should you arrive late to the theater or vacate your seat during the performance, please expect to be held in the lobby until an appropriate pause in the action on-stage. To minimize disturbance to other patrons, you may be sat into the first available location by the house staff even if different from your assigned seat. Be advised that some productions or circumstances may not allow for late seating. To ensure you enjoy the performance in your assigned seat, please arrive at the theater early. PARKING Subscribers have been provided parking passes for each season show. The Geffen Playhouse has negotiated a special $4 flat rate for other ticket holders at the following location: Palazzo Parking* 1008 Glendon Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90024 Phone...............................................310.208.4549 Open 24 hours • 7 Days a Week Located less than two blocks away from the Geffen Playhouse and even closer to many restaurant partners. Validation tickets allowing a $4 flat rate are available upon presentation of your sameday ticket to the box office or concierge. * Please note this facility does not honor Donor Parking Passes. Rates and availability are subject to change.

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geffen playhouse staff Gilbert Cates Producing Director

Randall Arney Artistic Director

Ken Novice Managing Director

ARTISTIC

PRODUCTION

Mary Garrett Artistic Manager Amy Levinson Literary Manager/Dramaturg Shannon Noel Webb Executive Assistant to the Producing Director Phyllis Schuringa Casting Director & Assistant to the Artistic Director Kristina Leach Literary Associate Jen Fingal Literary Intern

Daniel Ionazzi Jill Barnes Matthew Carleton Rich Gilles Dwayne Barnes James Grabowski Darren Rezowalli Leah A. Lewis

DEVELOPMENT

COMMUNICATIONS

Regina Miller Development Director Ellen Catania Director of Major Gifts & Corporate/Foundation Partnerships Jessica Brusilow Associate Director of Donor Relations Jamie Sherman Development Manager Liz Sellier Development Associate Scott Kriloff Development Assistant

Allison Rawlings Chelsey Rosetter

EDUCATION Debra Pasquerette Education Director Connor White Resident Teaching Artist & Education Associate Michael Faulkner Education Coordinator

ADMINISTRATION Frankie Ocasio Executive Assistant to the Managing Director Maryam Kermani Staff Accountant Janet Huynh Staff Accountant Marguerite Harris Receptionist

FACILITIES MANAGEMENT Miguel del Castillo Victor Cueva De Loera Mario Santillan-Perez

Facility Manager Maintenance Custodial

Behnaz Ataee General Manager

Production Manager Associate Production Manager Technical Director Properties Master Assistant Technical Director Sound Master Master Electrician Wardrobe Supervisor

Director of Communications Communications Coordinator

MARKETING & SALES Joseph Yoshitomi Marketing Director Karen Gutierrez Associate Marketing Director Mark San Filippo Ticket Services Director & Database Administrator Brian Dunning Graphics / Production Artist Stephanie Strand Audience Services & Subscription Manager Paul Millet Group Sales Janice Bernal Associate Box Office Manager Bryan Martin Associate Box Office Manager Janet Huynh Assistant Box Office Manager Korie Benavidez, Audrey Cain, Zack Hamra, Richard Martinez, Lilach Mendelovich, Ryan Sandoval, Ben Seay Martin Wurst Box Office Staff

FRONT OF HOUSE Jeni Pearsons Events Coordinator Tyler Tangalin Supervising House Manager Jessica Kummer, Sarah Rosenbloom, Zack Schultz House Managers Abdoulaye N’Gom Head Usher Adam Carr, Lindsey Cerny, Tiger Curran, Tommy French, Matt Jones, Sean Jones, Kimberly Legg, Katie Mitchell, Leah Munson, Jonathan Schwartz, Julianne Tveten Ushers

This theater operates under agreement between the League of Resident Theaters and Actors Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers in the United States. The scenic, costume, lighting and sound designers in LORT theaters are represented by United Scenic Artists Local USA-829, IATSE. P24  PERFORMANCES  MAGAZINe

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