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WRITTEN BY ROBERT HARLING

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PRODUCTION MANAGER Matt Parker

SCENIC DESIGNER Will Butler SOUND DESIGNER Kaitlin Barnett

PRODUCTION STAGE MANAGER Matthew Clark*

COSTUME DESIGNER Trish Clark

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DIRECTED BY: Beki Baker ORIGINALLY PRODUCED BY THE W.P.A. THEATRE, NEW YORK CITY, 1987 (KYLE RENNICK, ARTISTIC DIRECTOR) STEEL MAGNOLIAS is presented through special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York.


CAST

**Emily Katherine McLean

**Shannon Hoppe

**Jennifer Whitcomb-Oliva

**Sandra Baxter

**Megan Murphy Chambers

**Kelsie Louise Craig

*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers **Appearing under protection of AEA contract


CAST **Emily Katherine McLean ................................................................................... Shelby Eatenton-Latcherie **Shannon Hoppe......................................................................................................................... M’Lynn Eatenton **Jennifer Whitcomb-Oliva.....................................................................................................Ouiser Boudreaux **Sandra Baxter................................................................................................................................Clairee Belcher **Megan Murphy Chambers...............................................................................................................Truvy Jones **Kelsie Louise Craig....................................................................................................... Annelle Dupuy-Desoto


SYNOPSIS Place: Chinquapin, Louisiana ACT ONE Scene I: April Scene II: December

ACT TWO Eighteen Months Later Scene I: June Scene II: November

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A Note from the Artistic Director Welcome to STEEL MAGNOLIAS! As we were planting the seeds of our 2019-20 season here at Studio Tenn, we knew we wanted to honor the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment. Ratified by Congress on Aug. 18, 1920, the amendment granted women the right to vote. We couldn’t think of a better way to mark this historic occasion than by cultivating a season that celebrates female characters and entertainers. This past December, you met a girl named Cinderella, who refused to let her dreams of a better life be suppressed by her bullying family. Now we’re harvesting STEEL MAGNOLIAS, Robert Harling’s Southern-fried masterpiece that’s full of heart, hilarity, heartache and hairspray. Lots and lots of hairspray. The women who populate Truvy’s beauty salon aren’t just there to gossip and get their roots touched up, they are there in search of something deeper: friendship. Beneath the sometimes acerbic banter is a care and compassion for one another that runs deep. By helping each other cope with both love and loss, these women show themselves to be as strong as they are delicate. That combination has long fascinated Harling. “My mother would always say to handle magnolia blossoms carefully because they bruise so easily,” he told Country Living in 2017. “You think of this flower that is so delicate and has to be handled with care, but is actually made of much stronger stuff.” Next month, from March 26 to 29, we’re going to raise the roof of the Franklin Theatre when we honor a singer who was made of some pretty strong stuff: the Queen of Soul herself, Aretha Franklin. Dubbed The Aretha Legacy, this tribute is going to feature wall-to-wall hits, from Respect to Freeway of Love. Then it’s back here to the Jamison as we wrap things up May 8 to 24 with 9 to 5: The Musical. Based on the hit 1980 movie starring Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda and Dolly Parton, this showfollows three co-workers who are pushed to the boiling point by their sexist, egotistical, lying boss. We thank you for joining us today, and we hope you’ll return for our next two shows and the announcement of our exciting 2020-21 season. Whether you are here with us for the first time or are a longtime season subscriber, sponsor or donor, we are indebtedto you. Studio Tenn is the only resident professional theater company in Williamson County, and without your dedication, we could not fulfill our nonprofit mission of bringing world-class theatre to Middle Tennessee. Gratefully,

Patrick Cassidy Artistic Director


CAST **EMILY KATHERINE MCLEAN Shelby Eatenton-Latcherie

Emily Katherine McLean is thrilled to make her debut with Studio Tenn! Recent credits include Rachel, INHERIT THE WIND (Nashville Repertory Theatre); Perdita, THE WINTER’S TALE (Nashville Shakespeare Festival); Octavia, ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA (NSF); and Beatrice, Much Ado About Nothing (Indianapolis Shakespeare Co. TYA Tour). Emily received her BFA in Acting from Lipscomb University where she appeared in ON THE VERGE, THE 39 STEPS, THE CRUCIBLE, and others. When not performing, Emily is a dance instructor and choreographer based in Cincinnati, OH where she lives with her sweet husband, Myles. Website: emilykatherinemclean.com

**SHANNON HOPPE

M’Lynn Eatenton

Shannon Hoppe is delighted to be back on stage with Studio Tenn. Local credits include: Mary Hatch, IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE (Studio Tenn); Regan, KING LEAR; Lady Macbeth, MACBETH; Rosalind, LOVES LABOUR’S LOST (The Nashville Shakespeare Festival); Catherine Croll, RAPTURE, BLISTER, BURN; Wanda, LARRIES; Betsy/ Lindsay, CLYBOURNE PARK; Annette, GOD OF CARNAGE (The Nashville Repertory Theatre); Elizabeth Proctor, THE CRUCIBLE (Blackbird Theatre). Shannon lives in Franklin with her husband and four children.

**JENNIFER WHITCOMB-OLIVA Ousier Boudreaux

Credits include: Stepmother, CINDERELLA (Studio Tenn); Mrs. Phelps, MATILDA (AtPro) Madame De La Grande Bouche, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (Studio Tenn); Mae Tuck, TUCK EVERLASTING (Nashville Children’s Theatre); John Wesley Powell, MEN ON BOATS (Actors Bridge Ensemble); Callie Carter, THE BATTLE OF FRANKLIN; Alice, BIG RIVER; Viney, THE MIRACLE WORKER; Christmas Present, A CHRISTMAS CAROL (Studio Tenn). Film credits (or Other credits) include: Old Woman, THE DIFFICULTY OF CROSSING A FIELD; Priest, TOSCA; Amazon, TURANDOT (Nashville Opera); Mama Morton, CHICAGO; Francine/Lena, CLYBOURNE PARK; Ronette, LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS; Calpurnia, TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD (Nashville Repertory); Roberta, SISTAS:THE MUSICAL (Tennessee Women’s Theatre Project); Lady Day, LADY DAY AT EMERSON’S BAR AND GRILL (Wild Card Productions); Ms. H, 7 WAYS TO SUNDAY (The Theatre Bug); Mrs. Greer, ANNIE (CHAFFIN’S BARN); Motormouth Maybelle, HAIRSPRAY; Lula/Landlady, VIOLET; Aunt Ethel/Mama, THE COLORED MUSEUM (Street Theatre Company); Tasha, MOTHERHOOD:THE MUSICAL (Faby Baby Productions). Jennifer received her BA in Theatre Performance and Dance from Austin Peay State University. She is thankful for the love and support from her friends and family.


CAST **SANDRA BAXTER Clairee Belcher

Ms. Baxter is a native New Yorker. Born and raised in Manhattan and its surrounding boroughs she has made Nashville her home for the past four years. She studied theater at Tennessee State University and the Lee Strasberg, theatrical institute in New York. She is very excited for STEEL MAGNOLIAS, her first production with Studio Tenn! “Having gifts that differ according to the grace given to us, let us use them” Romans 12:6.

**MEGAN MURPHY CHAMBERS Truvy Jones

Ms. Chambers is thrilled to be back on the Studio Tenn stage, and is now taking appointments for perms and highlights. She has previously appeared at Studio Tenn as Patsy Cline, ALWAYS… PATSY CLINE; Mrs. Kendal, ELEPHANT MAN; Glinda, WIZARD OF OZ; and Miss Lynch, GREASE. Other local roles include Amy, COMPANY; Kate Monster/ Lucy, AVENUE Q; Henry Clay, BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON; and Mother, A CHRISTMAS STORY (Nashville Rep); Mary Poppins, MARY POPPINS; Mrs. Wormwood, MATILDA (ATPro); The Moll, THE CRADLE WILL ROCK (Nashville Opera); Diana, NEXT TO NORMAL (Boiler Room Theatre); and most recently, the title role in Nashville Children’s Theatre’s world premiere of AUNTIE CLAUS. Megan writes and performs with MAS Nashville, and is performing her second one-woman cabaret, FUNNER, in April. Offstage she can be found spoiling her pit bull, Eve. Love and gratitude to her friends and family, always and especially to Mister Jack. Enjoy the show, and thank you for supporting live theatre in Nashville!

**KELSIE LOUISE CRAIG Annelle Dupuy-Desoto

Kelsie Louise Craig is excited to make her Studio Tenn debut with STEEL MAGNOLIAS. She is originally from Arkansas where she studied English and Theater at The University of Central Arkansas. While in Arkansas she hosted 109 episodes of “The Channel 5 Kids Club.” It was set in space. Yes there were cardboard robots and a talking dog. Since moving to Nashville in 2011 she has taught at Centennial Performing Art Studios as well as Nashville Children’s Theatre. You can see her at Third Coast Comedy Club the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month in their family friendly kids shows at 10 am. Catch her as “Trudy” in Aleta Myles Judith Speaks web series coming out in 2020! Kelsie is grateful for the opportunity to bring Annelle to the stage. Thanks for supporting live theatre and women in the arts!


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A BROADWAY SPOTLIGHT LISSA DEGUZMAN Last seen on the Studio Tenn stage as Maria in WEST SIDE STORY, Lissa deGuzman can now be seen in the national tour of ALADDIN as Jasmine. Lissa recently made her Broadway debut in KING KONG as a member of the ensemble and as the Ann understudy. You have seen her on the Studio Tenn stage in FIDDLER ON THE ROOF, THE WIZARD OF OZ and LES MISÉRABLES. Born and raised in Wauwatosa, WI, Lissa graduated from Belmont University with a BFA in Musical Theatre. While at Belmont University, Lissa auditioned for Studio Tenn and began her journey into professional theater. We are proud to call her a Studio Tenn alum.

Lissa deGuzman as Jasmine in ALADDIN

Lissa deGuzman as Maria in WEST SIDE STORY

Studio Tenn has an official partnership with the Belmont University Musical Theatre program, providing professional training for students seeking a career in theatre. Over 80 students from Belmont University and other area universities have performed on our stage, and have gone on to perform in Hamilton in Chicago, The Legacies on CW, National Tour of ESCAPE TO MARGARITAVILLE and AMAZING GRACE, among others.


CREATIVE TEAM PATRICK CASSIDY Artistic Director

Patrick Cassidy is the son of Oscar winner Shirley Jones and Tony winner Jack Cassidy. Patrick comes to Studio Tenn from Southern California, where he was artistic director of the regional theater company 5-Star Theatricals. He produced a string of acclaimed productions there, including THE MUSIC MAN starring Adam Pascal (RENT) as Harold Hill and BEAUTY AND THE BEAST with Susan Egan reprising her Tony-nominated role as Belle. His directing resume includes THE MUSIC MAN at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., and OHKLAHOMA! at Pittsburgh Playhouse. At Las Vegas’ Wynn Hotel, he was resident director of SHOWSTOPPERS and acting coach for LE RÊVE.” Patrick’s long history on Broadway includes starring roles in THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE, LEADER OF THE PACK, ANNIE GET YOUR GUN and Elton John’s AIDA. When he and his mom joined the revival of 42ND STREET, they became the first mother and son to ever star together in a Broadway show. Off-Broadway, he originated the role of the Balladeer in Stephen Sondheim’s ASSASSINS. On TV, Patrick starred with Alec Baldwin in the miniseries DRESS GRAY, filled Patrick Swayze’s dancing shoes in DIRTY DANCING and guested on ER, SMALLVILLE, CSI: MIAMI, K.C. UNDERCOVER and LAW & ORDER: SVU. The ABC Family series “RUBY & THE ROCKITS gave Patrick a chance to work with his brothers: David was his co-star, Shaun was the creator and Ryan was set decorator. On the big screen, his most cherished project is LONGTIME COMPANION, the groundbreaking drama that was the first to depict the emotional toll of the AIDS crisis. Patrick and his wife of 25 years, choreographer/dance teacher Melissa Hurley Cassidy, have two sons: Cole, a mechanical engineer/guitarist in Irvine, Calif., and Jack, a singer-songwriter (and Franklin resident) signed to Nashville’s Fair Trade Services label.

TODD MORGAN

Managing Director

Todd Morgan joined Studio Tenn in September of 2017 with a plethora of experience and expertise. After earning his B.S. in Musical Theatre at Lees-McRae College, Morgan founded the North Carolina Stage Ensemble where he oversaw the production of seventeen classic musicals for various theatrical venues.  Such productions include LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS, SMOKEY JOE’S CAFE, FOREVER PLAID and THE WILL ROGERS FOLLIES.  He later earned his M.F.A. in Performing Arts Management from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts which included an internship at the prestigious Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, D.C. Morgan would go on to serve as the theater programming coordinator for the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, where he worked on several Broadway bound productions including LITTLE DANCER, starring Tyler Peck and Boyd Gaines, as well as the newly revised production of SIDE SHOW which transferred to Broadway in the fall of 2014.  Morgan also had the pleasure to facilitate cabaret performances featuring artists such as Mandy Patinkin, Patti LuPone, Judy Kuhn, Tommy Tune, Megan Hilty, Brian D’Arcy James and Barbara Cook.  Morgan later became the Management Associate for the Tony Award-winning Signature theatre in Arlington, VA., Signature is a prominent home for the development and production of new and innovative works of musical theatre. Todd is accompanied by his wife Donna and their daughters, Molly and Allyssa.


CREATIVE TEAM BENJI KERN

Associate Artistic Director/Properties Designer

Benji Kern currently serves as the associate artistic director for Studio Tenn Theatre Company. Previously, he served as the associate producer and interim artistic director helping to mount productions including THE GLEN CAMPBELL LEGACY at The Ryman Auditorium and GREASE with American Idols Melinda Doolittle, Diana DeGarmo, and Ace Young. Benji got his start at the Lortel Winning Theater, Primary Stages, where he served as the artistic assistant and produced the readings and workshops of the Dorothy Strelsin New American Writer’s Group. There he also served as the assistant director for Jonathan Tollin, Secrets of the Trade with John Glover and The Morini Stradd starring Mary Beth Peil. At Studio Tenn Benji has helped to produce new plays and workshops of FRANKENSTEIN (Pete Peterson,) THE GREAT YAWNING (Cheri Magid,) WONDER WOMAN (Greg Becker,) and TRAUMA QUEEN (Crystal Bowersox and Willy Holtzman.) In addition, he launched the Studio Tenn internship program, educational classes, and is proud to continue engaging the Franklin community and Middle Tennessee in the arts programming. Benji serves as an adjudicator for The Jimmy Awards through TPAC. Prior to move to Nashville, Benji was a equity stage manager, select credits include: EVITA (Eden Espinosa and Ben Crawford, STUDIO TENN) DAMN YANKEES (Carson Kressly, OGUNQUIT PLAYHOUSE) the national tour of I LOVE LUCY, and industrial work at Lincoln Center.

BEKI BAKER Director

Beki Baker’s directing credits include the Nashville Repertory Theatre’s A CHRISTMAS CAROL as well as TOGETHER WE ARE MAKING A POEM, SHOWING, PATTERN SEEKING ANIMALS, THE VERY LAST WISHES OF GRANDPA JOE and THE SECOND AVENUE SUBWAY for their Ingram New Works Festival. Beki also directed JULIUS CAESAR (starring Eddie George) and SHAKESPEARE’S CASE for the Nashville Shakespeare Festival. Blackbird Theater Company credits include MAN AND SUPERMAN and THE CRUCIBLE. She directed Eden Espinosa in TARZAN for the National Association for Music Education as well as Tony Award nominee Elizabeth A. Davis in Tablerock Repertory Theatre’s TOMORROW. Beki is Chair of Theatre at Lipscomb University where she’s directed eight shows. She holds an M.F.A. in Directing from Baylor University. All my love to Scott and our children. This show is dedicated to my mom. www.bekibaker.com

ANNA BIGGERSTAFF Assistant Director

Ms. Biggerstaff is thrilled to be working with Studio Tenn and Beki Baker this season on STEEL MAGNOLIAS. She is a senior Theatre: Directing and Acting double major at Lipscomb University. This past fall, Anna had her directorial debut with the 2nd Theatre Company directing SIGNIFICANT OTHER by Joshua Harmon. While directing is her passion, Anna loves stage management as well and was the stage manager for SILENT SKY and BRIGHT STAR at Lipscomb University. You can find Anna when she is not in the theatre cackling with her friends or watching the Nashville Predators. She wants to give a big thanks to Beki Baker for taking her under her wing for this amazing project. She also wants to thank all those that cultivate her passion for theatre. Enjoy the show!


CREATIVE TEAM WILL BUTLER

Scenic Designer

Will Butler is a professional scenic designer and teacher at Hillsboro High School. A graduate of Belmont University, his passion for scenic and production design comes from marrying his eye for interior design to his love of theatre. To that end, he works tirelessly to ensure that he delivers conceptually strong sets with an acute eye to detail. Some of his favorite designs include HAIRSPRAY (Winner “Best Set”; Spotlight Awards), GODSPELL (Winner “Best Show” and “Best Overall Design Concept”; Spotlight Awards), INTO THE WOODS (Winner “Best Overall Design Concept”; Spotlight Awards), BILOXI BLUES (Belmont University and Hillsboro Players), THE CAUCASIAN CHALK CIRCLE (Hillsboro Players), and ROCK OF AGES (Winner “Best Scenic Design” and “Outstanding Design Concept”; Spotlight Awards). Endless love and admiration to Kristin, his own steel magnolia. www.willbutlerdesign.com

MITCH WHITE

Technical Director

A master-level craftsman and experienced production professional, Mitch White makes Studio Tenn’s custom stage designs into reality with surgical precision and artistic ingenuity. White segued into professional theatre after a 25-year career in the music industry working in management, artist development, touring, marketing and promotion with numerous performers including Amy Grant, Michael W. Smith, Toby Mac, Alison Krauss, Vince Gill, Sheryl Crow and more. He was first introduced to Studio Tenn when his wife Susannah was cast in the company’s inaugural season opener HELLO, DOLLY!. He began building sets and soon realized he’d found his perfect niche: combining his entertainment industry and construction experience along with his organizational and creative skills. White has served as Technical Director and Set Co-designer for all of Studio Tenn’s productions since 2011. Other theatre credits include productions by Tennessee Repertory Theatre and Belmont University. Additionally, White is commissioned to design and produce custom pieces and installations by bands, artists and venues including the Nashville Public Library and the Frist Museum.

ROBERT HELVEY

Assistant Technical Director

Robert Helvey has lived and worked all around the country and world. He moved to Nashville to pursue a BFA in Theater Production Design at Belmont University, where he was given many opportunities to design for student productions, including five scenic and twelve lighting designs. He also worked closely with Belmont’s Technical Director to build the sets and run the workshop, and was fortunate enough to study abroad at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. He joined the Studio Tenn team in 2013 building sets and setting up lighting for productions. During summers off school, he worked with Wolf Trap Opera near Washington D.C. and Santa Fe Opera in New Mexico. After graduation in 2017, he returned full-time as the Assistant Technical Director for Studio Tenn, and is excited to get back into designing. He is thankful for the opportunities Nashville has given him, and is honored to serve his community and nation as a member of the Tennessee Air National Guard.


CREATIVE TEAM STEPHEN MOSS

Lighting Designer

Stephen is the Lighting Designer for Lipscomb University’s Entertainment & Technical Services Department. Selected theatrical design credits include MAMMA MIA!, THE SINATRA LEGACY, ALWAYS PATSY CLINE, FRANKENSTEIN (World Premiere), GREASE, THE BATTLE OF FRANKLIN (World Premiere), SPAMALOT, THE ELEPHANT MAN, THE GLASS MENAGERIE, THE CASH LEGACY (World Premiere), A CHRISTMAS CAROL, SMOKEY JOE’S CAFÉ (Studio Tenn); BRIGHT STAR, GODSPELL (Lipscomb Theatre); TWILIGHT OF THE GODS (Blackbird Theater); MATILDA, WILLY WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY, MARY POPPINS (Act Too Pro). Other credits include concert and event design at the Franklin Theatre with artists such as Michael W. Smith, Phil Vassar, Jo Dee Messina, The Bacon Brothers, Michael McDonald, Bill Medley, Art Garfunkel, Kix Brooks, Wynonna, and Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers, among others. He has also designed lighting for multiple Dove Awards Pre-Telecast and Gospel Music Association Honors events. Stephen holds a B.A. in Theatrical Design and is a past recipient of the USITT Rising Star Award.

KAITLIN BARNETT Sound Designer

Kaitlin Barnett graduated from Belmont University with a B.S. in Audio Engineering. She is excited to be back with Studio Tenn as a sound designer. Credits include THE HOUSE AT POOH CORNER, AS YOU LIKE IT, MEN ON BOATS, THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST (Belmont University), HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH (Street Theatre Company), ABIGAIL’S PARTY (Verge Theater), SHERLOCK HOLMES (Chaffin’s Barn Theatre) and EVERY BRILLIANT THING (Nashville Repertory Theatre). Kaitlin would love to thank her family, friends, and boyfriend for their support.

DANNY NORTHUP Audio Engineer

Studio Tenn credits include: JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT, ELEPHANT MAN, A STUDIO TENN CHRISTMAS, BATTLE OF FRANKLIN, EVITA, GYPSY, IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE, THE GLASS MENAGERIE, SHOWMANCE, THE RAY LEGACY, WEST SIDE STORY, FIDDLER ON THE ROOF, STEEL MAGNOLIAS, THE CASH LEGACY, THE WIZARD OF OZ, THE HANK LEGACY, INTO THE WOODS, A CHRISTMAS CAROL, FROST/NIXON, LES MISÉRABLES, SMOKEY JOE’S CAFE, BIG RIVER, MY FAIR LADY, GUYS & DOLLS, SOUND OF MUSIC, HELLO DOLLY!


CREATIVE TEAM TRISH CLARK

Costume Designer

Trish Clark is delighted to make her debut for Studio Tenn, designing costumes for STEEL MAGNOLIAS. Her costume design work, however, is not exactly new to Middle Tennessee audiences. Trish and her husband Rick live in Murfreesboro, where she now works as the Costume Coordinator for Middle Tennessee State University’s Theatre and Dance Department. She teaches courses in stage make-up, costume technology and wig styling. Before joining the faculty at MTSU, Trish was the Resident Costume Designer at Tennessee Repertory Theatre, now Nashville Repertory Theatre, designing costumes for over 50 productions there. She has guest designed at The Nashville Shakespeare Festival, Nashville Children’s Theatre, Tennessee Shakespeare Theatre, The Tennessee Governor’s School for The Arts, Arkansas Repertory Theater and Theater Squared. Working in a recording industry town has provided her the opportunity to cross-over and work in that world as well. Ms. Clark has designed and built stage wear for music artists, designed music videos, managed costume builds for national concert tours and counts among her private clients many a-list music artists.

TORI PETERSON

Hair and Wig Designer

Tori, a middle Tennessee native, is excited to make their professional debut at Studio Tenn. Tori, a soon to be graduate from Middle Tennessee State University, will be earning a theatre degree with a focus in both musical theatre performance and makeup and wig design. While at MTSU they designed KISS ME KATE (wigs), NOISES OFF (makeup and hair), A MIDSUMMERS NIGHT’S DREAM (assistant makeup), and DIDO AND AENEAS (makeup).

ROBERT HARLING Author

Robert Harling made his directorial debut with “The Evening Star” for Paramount, which he also wrote for the screen based on Larry McMurty’s novel. “The Evening Star” reunited Shirley MacLaine and Jack Nicholson and co-stars Juliette Lewis, Bill Paxton, Scott Wolf, Miranda Richardson, and Marion Ross. “The Evening Star” is the continuation of one of the most beloved and acclaimed movies of our time, “Terms of Endearment.” Before launching a successful stage and screenwriting career, Robert graduated from Tulane University School of Law, but instead of taking the bar exam, he opted to become an actor in New York. After years of productive work as an actor in voiceovers and commercials, Harling was inspired to write the highly acclaimed stage play STEEL MAGNOLIAS, which was based on events from his personal life. STEEL MAGNOLIAS continues to thrive in theatrical productions throughout the world. Immediately bridging a career from stage to screen, Harling adapted his original play into the popular film of the same title, which starred Sally Field, Julia Roberts, Shirley MacLaine, Olympia Dukakis, Dolly Parton, and Daryl Hannah. Over the years, Mr. Harling has become a much sought-after screenwriter: other credits, to name a few, include “Soapdish,” which was based on Harling’s acting experience and starred Sally Field, Whoopi Goldberg, and Robert Downey Jr., and “FIRST WIVES CLUB” for Paramount, starring Bette Midler, Goldie Hawn, and Diane Keaton.


STAFF AND CREW Patrick Cassidy ......................................................................................................................................................................Artistic Director Todd Morgan .....................................................................................................................................................................Managing Director

PRODUCTION TEAM

Beki Baker ...............................................................................................................................................................................................Director Anna Biggerstaff .............................................................................................................................................................. Assistant Director Matt Parker .................................................................................................................................................................... Production Manager *Matthew Clark................................................................................................................................................ Production Stage Manager **Heather Sopel ..................................................................................................................................................Assistant Stage Manager Rachel Steiner ............................................................................................................................................................. Production Assistant Will Butler ...............................................................................................................................................................................Scenic Designer Mitch White ........................................................................................................................................................................Technical Director Robert Helvey ................................................................................................................................................ Assistant Technical Director Benji Kern ........................................................................................................................................................................ Properties Designer Kelly Scheuman ................................................................................................................................................................ Master Electrician Austin Olive, Heather Sopel Everett Tarlton, Sawyer Wallace ...............................................................................................................................................Carpenters Kathryn Walters, Lauren Walters ....................................................................................................................................... Scenic Artists Stephen Moss .................................................................................................................................................................... Lighting Designer Josh Bennett, Carly Crocker, Kristin DuBois........................................................................................................................ Light Crew MA2LA........................................................................................................................................................Videography and Photography Kaitlin Barnett .......................................................................................................................................................................Sound Designer Danny Northup ......................................................................................................................................................................Audio Engineer Kaitlin Barnett ....................................................................................................................................................................... Audio Assistant Trish Clark ..........................................................................................................................................................................Costume Designer Kelsey Brodeur ........................................................................................................................................................... Wardrobe Supervisor Kelsey Brodeur, Katherine Rainey................................................................................................................................................ Stitchers Ross Birdsong.........................................................................................................................................................................................Dresser Tori Peterson .....................................................................................................................................................Hair and Makeup Designer Tell Me I’m Pretty Salon .....................................................................................................................................................................Haircuts

STUDIO TENN STAFF

Patrick Cassidy ......................................................................................................................................................................Artistic Director Todd Morgan .....................................................................................................................................................................Managing Director Benji Kern ........................................................................................................................................................... Associate Artistic Director Kay Gregg ........................................................................................................................................................................................Accountant William Guice .............................................................................................................................. Development and Marketing Director Matt Parker ........................................................................................................................................... Production & Company Manager Toni Herr ............................................................................................................................. Box Office and Communications Assistant Mitch White ........................................................................................................................................................................Technical Director Robert Helvey ................................................................................................................................................ Assistant Technical Director MA2LA...................................................................................................... Official Creative + Marketing Design, Photography, Film Madison Graves, Aubrey Guice, Kylie Kay, Rachel Steiner .................................................................................................................................................Company Interns


FOUNDERS AND COMPANY MEMBERS STUDIO TENN FOUNDERS

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

MATT LOGAN PHILIP HALL MARGUERITE HALL

Ken Chin, Philip M. Hall, Jim Lattimore, Lynne McAlister, Tony McAlister, Jim Munro, Trish Munro, Jennifer Parker, Maria Sheffield, Scott Wampold, Larry Westbrook

ADVISORY BOARD

James Alcott, Michelle Alcott, Teresa Anderson, Angie Atema, Tom Atema, Chaz Corzine, Gary Glover, Amanda Hampton, Bill Hampton, Mimi Heldman, Russ Heldman, Gary Glover, Llew Ann King, Andy Marshall, Janet Marshall, Anthony Matula, Laura Matula, Mike Mullican, Sheila Mullican, Paul Polycarpou, John Schuck, Harrison Schuck, Denise Sikes, Greg Sikes, Candy Sullivan, Lawrence Sullivan, Howard Wall, Kim Wall, Candie Westbrook

FOUNDING PATRONS

Reggie and Karen Anderson, Duff and Kathryn Berschback, Cherry and Associates, Chip and Gina Crunk, Steven and Mary Beth Chapman, Tom and Katie Douglas, Joe and Paula Flautt, Philip and Marguerite Hall, Bill and Elizabeth Hawkins, Mike and Stacey Kopp, David and Amy Landers, David and Deen Logan, Sam and Karen Logan, Tim and Betsy Martin, Bruce and Karen Moore, Tony and Tina Myers, Bond and Dana Oman, Don and Edie Orr, Greg and Denise Sikes, Jeff and Mary Simpson, Drew and Mary Trapnell

FOUNDING COMPANY MEMBERS

Carrie Tillis, Chip Arnold, Matthew Carlton, Nan Gurley, Ciaran McCarthy, Ashley Anderson, Shelean Newman, Bonnie Keen, Gary Morris, Chuck Wagner, Ellie Sikes, Alli Mauzey, Susannah Smith-White, Brent Maddox, Emily Landham, Laura Matula, Patrick Waller, Jeremy Childs, Emily Tello-Speck, Marguerite Hall, Melinda Doolittle, Jessica Grové, Garris Wimmer, Kim Bretton, Jennifer Whitcomb-Oliva, Eric Pasto-Crosby, Conrad John Schuck, Bridget Berger, David Compton


PROGRAMMING The Salon by Pipeline-Collective

The Salon is a biweekly gathering of playwrights, directors, and actors to shape theatrical works-inprogress curated by Pipeline-Collective’s Producing Artistic Directors David Ian Lee and Karen Sternberg, along with Studio Tenn’s Associate Artistic Director Benji Kern. Each three-hour session is designed to bring together all collaborators, exploring new relationships and furthering the development of new, visceral theatrical work. At The Salon, playwrights can maintain the momentum of their writing and hear pages aloud at regular intervals – a critical component of new play development – while directors and actors can work “on their feet,” investigating new texts and partnerships in a model more accommodating than the constraints of an audition or the product-based needs of a rehearsal hall. The Salon is a free program and is welcoming of artists from all backgrounds. For more information, visit pipeline-collective.com/the-salon

Studio Tenn and Backlight Productions: New Works Writer’s Lab

Studio Tenn Theater Company and Backlight Productions are collaborating to create and workshop a new play for artists with special needs! Led by Associate Artistic Director Benji Kern and Backlight Production Artistic Director Melissa Smith, the play will cover the themes of celebrating the perspective of artists with special needs, in this world premiere.

WHAT’S NEXT IN LOCAL THEATRE?


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Rodizio Grill is Nashville’s authentic Brazilian Churrascaria (Steakhouse). Guests feast on unlimited starters, a gourmet salad and side area and fresh rotisserie grilled beef, lamb, chicken, pork and more carved table side. Private and Banquet rooms available. Reservations Accepted. Valet Parking. Locally Owned and Operated. Ph: (615)730-8358. | 166 Second Ave. N. | www.rodizio.com/nashville

Melting Pot Fondue Restaurant

Where fun is cooked up fondue style. Join us for Cheese and Chocolate fondue or the full 4-course experience. Casually elegant – Always Fun. Open 7 Days for dinner. Sundays after the Matinee. Valet Parking. Reservations Recommended. Ph: (615)742-4970. | 166 Second Ave. N. | www.meltingpot.com/nashville

Sambuca

At Sambuca, we think friends, family, food and fun are what life should be about. Our philosophy is shared with all who walk into our restaurants. Sambuca features savory new American food and modern cocktails that will tempt any palate and nourish the soul. Our nightly live music will engage our guests in the energetic vibe of the restaurant, reminding them to enjoy the simple pleasures of life. We throw a party ---a really great party---for our guests every night! Ph: (615)248-2888 | 601 12th Ave. S. | www.SambucaRestaurant.com

Possible 2019 production of Cinderella

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Creating Spaces to Nurture the Imagination New Arts Performance center opening fall 2020

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19/20 SEASON SPONSORS


STUDIO TENN DONORS - Reflects gifts received January 20, 2019 through January 20, 2020 -

ANGEL

Anonymous Delek Fund for Hope Caterpillar Financial Larry and Candie Westbrook

Paul Nichols Matt Parker Meagan Pratt Rodney Pewitt Douglas Pugh Aimee Punessen Jane Roach Iris and Jon Rotker Bruce and Elaine Sullivan Tennessee Arts Commission Stacey Watson Consults Yost Robertson Weigel

HEADLINER

ASSOCIATE PRODUCER

$25,001+

Tony and Lynne McAlister Jim and Trish Munro

PREMIER PATRON $15,001-$25,000

$10,001-$15,000

Tom and Angela Atema Anonymous

BENEFACTOR $5001-$10,000

Anonymous Bill and Leonard Armistead The Danner Foundation Jillian and John Frist Eric George Kay and Rod Heller Bob Roethemeyer and Gregory Crutchfield Lance Gruner and Sean Wilson

ARTISAN CIRCLE $2,501-$5,000

Danny and Teresa Anderson Ellie and Ken Chin Dan and Kim Gordon Carl and Connie Haley Fork of the South The Grainger Foundation Jan Kephart Andrew and Patty Kern Keith Melton Laura Mishkin LeAnne O’Brien Jennifer and Jamey Parker Parker McCoy Group at Morgan Stanley Ronald Powell Donald and Elizabeth Stinnett Cathy and Trent Wallace Marty Warren Williamson Medical Center Elaine and Ira Work

PRODUCER

$1,001-$2,500

Todd Alexander Nancy Allen Heather and Michael Argo Angela and Porter Calhoun Donald Capparella Linda and Jan Childs Michael Cunnygham Myrtianne Downs Burton Dyes David and Rene Evans Franklin Synergy Bank Kay George Brenda and Charles Gifford Harry and Tammy Horton Emily Kavin Gerry Kluft LBMC Marilyn Lehew Mafiaoza’s Bob and Kay Musgrove

$501-$1,000

John and Devan Allen Ernest Bacon John Bartlett Battle Ground Academy Ken Bergman Anne and Mike Bishop Jennifer and Tom Blake Julie Bush Sean Clarke Paul Denning Sheryl Donnell Patricia Garman Timothy Larson Kevin Miller Mitch White Dan and Elaine Moss Maria Sheffield Jim Stark Marcuz Stewart Candy Sullivan Joni Werthan

PATRON OF THE ARTS $100-$500

Annie Adams Mike Alday David and Linda Anderson Cheryl and Gerald Anderson Jennifer Appelt Clare Armistead Rose Ballard Sarah Baurle Gregory Becker Elizabeth Behseresht Dudley Berry Martha Jo and Jim Berry Susan Black Jared Book Brant and Virginia Bousquet Sara Boyd Camille Brecht Mary Brockman Frank Bumstead Claudia Burns Jeffery Cartwright Maureen Cassidy Teona Chapman Demeka Church Thomas Clarkson Vivian Coble Jane Coffey Kim Conrady Charlotte Covington Kevin and Gigi Cowherd Jeff Crafton Karlyn Spencer Jeff and Judy Day Rita Jo Dedek Cynthia Devane Danny Dingeldein

Christi Dortch Jennifer Downs Arlette Eddy Steven and Laurie Eskind Belle Fahrer Rosemary Fedele Bob Forster Judy Foster Mary Fowler Gilbert and Joyce Fox Marianne Garrigan Elizabeth Geiger Catherine Gilfillan Jan Gray Walter Green Nan and Wayne Gurley Susan Hammonds-White Kathleen Hansen Robert Hart Renae Hawkins Debbie Heibert Susan and Bill Herr Cathy M Hixon Joan Hornberger Shannon Howell Elisabeth Hughes Jan and Susan Iliff Charles Irby Jeremy and Traci Jacobs Robert and Nora Jewell Dianne Johnston Jaime Jones Rudy Jordan Laura Joyner Joyce Kennedy Matthew and Llew Ann King Louise Kitchell Bobbi Knight Don and Mary Kravitz Nona Jones Kroha Charles Lasher Mel Legget Pam Lewis James and Arlene Lilly Topper Long Mary and Colin Looney Constance Luttrell Bob and Susan Lyons Jane and Bruce MacDonald Lawrence Maier Jan and Andy Marshall John Mason Bryan and Linda McCarty Jeanette McGaha Ray and Cass Meeks Jason Miller David and Nancy Miller Thom Mitchell Michael Moody Todd Morgan Patrick and Catharine Murphy Network for Good Brian and Meghan Nicolarsen Dr. Richard and Susan Oliver Mary and Harris Pearce Arthur Peterson Mary and Gerald Phillips Esther Phinney Gary and Theresa Picone Annette Pryce Joanne Read Wendy Richey Gary Rosenthal Helmut Rothe David and Nicole Rupp Gail Russ

Kenny Saylors James Scarborough Jonathan and Susan Anna Shaffer Steven Shalibo Christopher Simonsen Patricia and John Smallman Melissa Smith Nancy Smith Nan Smith Ben Snyder Bob and Betty Steele Olivia Stelter Nancy Stott Michael Stresser Linda Swensen Melissa and Jim Taylor Lori Terlikosky Richard Thomas Thomas and Genie Thompson Kevin Thompson UBS Brian Urbanski Mary and Paul van Hoesen John and Missy Voigt Candace and William Wade Dwight and Jaye Wagner Janet and Walter Ward Elaine Wells David and Beverly White Christine Whitmore Kristy Williams Patrick Wiliams Linda Wilson Pamela Wright Jon Yarbrough

Studio Tenn cannot operate without the generosity of our donors. Visit StudioTenn.com for more information on ways to join our donor family.


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