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Welcome to the Tennessee Performing Arts Center. I hope you enjoy this performance and that it provides many great memories for you. At TPAC, the memories we strive to create extend beyond our halls and into our community. We believe that TPAC should be, and is, a great resource that offers opportunity and outcomes to many in a variety of ways. We want to connect and engage at many levels and serve in ways that make our communities stronger and more viable. I invite you to consider, for just a moment, all of the wonderful programs that we provide. Jump in and enjoy! TPAC InsideOut, for adults, offers a series of preshow previews, post-show talkbacks, lunch hour programs, and exclusive entry into rehearsal halls to dialogue with artists and creative teams. Our state and local economic impact on the end of last year was an astonishing $46 million, not including the considerable impact of our resident companies and rental clients. TPAC is accessible to all, providing customized assistance for people who use wheel chairs or walkers, and services for patrons with visual or hearing impairments. We work with dozens of non-profit community partners – serving them in unique ways, seeking their advice, and inviting them to be active participants in what we do. We are involved in civic organizations and work closely with the State of Tennessee and the City of Nashville, especially proud that these governments invited us to take part in the dramatic new look created for Deaderick Street last year.

We provide special discounts, services and events for people who attend shows with others through our group sales department. In short, TPAC is not simply a building. TPAC is a community of diverse people – children, adults, teachers, artists, civic leaders, corporate supporters, and the constituents of non-profit organizations statewide. Again, I hope you enjoy the performance – that you’ve had fun with family or friends, that you were amazed by the talent you saw on stage, and that you connected to the show in a special, memorable way. More so, please help us tell the whole story of what TPAC is and what TPAC does. Check out our web site and our own pages on Facebook and YouTube. Sign up for our e-mails. Talk to teachers. Advocate and support the arts, knowing how important they are to education, business, culture and quality of life in Nashville and Tennessee. See you soon at and outside TPAC!

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Within three weeks after TPAC Education announced its annual season for young audiences, reservations reached 90% of budgeted seating capacity. That doesn’t mean it’s too late for your child’s school to take part in this incredible, curriculum-based series, presented through TPAC Education’s Humanities Outreach in Tennessee (HOT). On occasion, TPAC is able to add additional performances to accommodate demand and reservations are sometimes cancelled. Works on this year’s schedule include Alice in Wonderland; The Rivalry (Abraham Lincoln’s famous debate with Stephen Douglas); Fisk Jubilee Singers; LaTraviata; Of Mice and Men; Zorro and more. Four of the performances are ArtSmart Focus Works, pairing teaching artists with educators in classrooms. The TPAC affiliate of the national arts integration model which began at the Lincoln Center, ArtSmart also is offering a creative adventure with “Exploration and Discovery,” the collection of bronze sculptures in Public Square Park.

Many of you already know that every single event from InsideOut, TPAC Education’s series for adults, fills to standing room only. Check out the whole schedule for the season, paying special attention to the programs for Memphis, the Tony Award winner for Best Musical playing TPAC in November. Set at the intersection of music and civil rights in 1950s/60s radio and television, the show is a celebration of “the music of the soul.” To complement your experience with seeing this incredible musical, TPAC InsideOut is offering: an Arts Appetizer before Memphis at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 16, featuring discussion with cast members and a local radio personality ($5 reservation fee); InsideOut of the Lunch Box with Vanderbilt University at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, November 17, with a panel discussion of artists and experts, including one of the producers of Memphis (over a free box lunch); and Talkback Thursday on November 17, a time to meet the cast and ask questions after the performance.

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Based on the novel by Gregory Maguire Starring

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Anne Brummel

Tiffany Haas

Emily Ferranti Martin Moran Dan Pacheco David Nathan Perlow Todd Anderson Kerry Blanchard Catherine Charlebois Michael Drolet Jeremy Duvall Peter C. Ermides Ryan Patrick Farrell Samantha Farrow Natalie Fotopoulos KC Fredericks Linda Griffin Laurel Harris Lauren Haughton Zach Hensler Courtney Iventosch Ryan Jackson Kevin Jordan Kelly Lafarga Lisa Livesay Marissa Miller Robert Pendilla Casey Quinn Don Richard Michael McCorry Rose Daniel Torres Erin Wilson Justin Wirick Lindsay Wood and

Jody Gelb Don Amendolia

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Eugene Lee Projections

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Music Arrangements

Associate Set Designer

Costumes

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Edward Pierce

Casting

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Tony Meola

Production Supervisor

Technical Supervisor

Wigs & Hair

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Special Effects

Production Stage Manager

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Adam Souza

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Grammy Award-Winning Cast Recording on DECCA BROADWAY

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Music Coordinator

Michael Keller Associate Director

Lisa Leguillou Executive Producers

Marcia Goldberg & Nina Essman


CAST

(in order of appearance) Glinda................................................................................................................................................... Tiffany Haas Witch’s Father....................................................................................................................................Don Richard Witch’s Mother....................................................................................................................... Kerry Blanchard Midwife................................................................................................................................................. Linda Griffin Elphaba............................................................................................................................................ ANNE BRUMMEL Nessarose.........................................................................................................................................Emily Ferranti Boq...................................................................................................................................................... Dan Pacheco Madame Morrible..................................................................................................................................... Jody Gelb Doctor Dillamond............................................................................................................................ MARTIN MORAN Fiyero............................................................................................................................... David Nathan Perlow Ozian Official......................................................................................................................................Don Richard The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.................................................................................................... DON AMENDOLIA Chistery............................................................................................................................................ KC Fredericks Monkeys, Students, Denizens of the Emerald City, Palace Guards and Other Citizens of Oz........................................................................ Kerry Blanchard, Michael Drolet, Ryan Patrick Farrell, Samantha Farrow, Natalie Fotopoulos, KC Fredericks, LINDA GRIFFIN, Laurel Harris, Zach Hensler, Lisa Livesay, MARISSA MILLER, ROBERT PENDILLA, Casey Quinn, Don Richard, Michael McCorry Rose, Daniel Torres, Erin Wilson, Justin Wirick

STANDBy FOR ELPHABA Christine Dwyer UNDERSTUDIES Understudies never substitute for listed players unless a specific announcement for the appearance is made at the time of the performance. Understudy for Elphaba — Laurel Harris; for Glinda — Lisa Livesay, Marissa Miller; for Fiyero — Michael McCorry Rose, Daniel Torres; for The Wizard and Dr. Dillamond — Peter C. Ermides, Don Richard; for Madame Morrible — Linda Griffin, Erin Wilson; for Boq — Michael Drolet, Robert Pendilla; for Nessarose — Catherine Charlebois, Laurel Harris; Lauren Haughton; for Chistery — Todd Anderson, Jeremy Duvall, Ryan Patrick Farrell, Kevin Jordan, Ryan Jackson; for Witch’s Father and Ozian Official — Peter C. Ermides, Daniel Torres SWINGS Todd Anderson, Catherine Charlebois, Peter C. Ermides, Lauren Haughton, Courtney Iventosch, Ryan Jackson, Kevin Jordan, Kelly Lafarga Dance Captains/Swings Jeremy Duvall, Lindsay Wood There will be one 15-minute Intermission.


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musical numbers Act I “No One Mourns the Wicked”......................................................................................Glinda and Citizens of Oz “Dear Old Shiz”.............................................................................................................................................. Students “The Wizard and I”..........................................................................................................................Morrible, Elphaba “What Is This Feeling?”....................................................................................... Galinda, Elphaba and Students “Something Bad”...........................................................................................................Dr. Dillamond and Elphaba “Dancing Through Life”............................................... Fiyero, Galinda, Boq, Nessarose, Elphaba and Students “Popular”.............................................................................................................................................................Galinda “I’m Not That Girl”............................................................................................................................................ Elphaba “One Short Day”.................................................................Elphaba, Glinda and Denizens of the Emerald City “A Sentimental Man”.................................................................................................................................The Wizard “Defying Gravity”............................................................................ Elphaba, Glinda, Guards and Citizens of Oz Act II “No One Mourns the Wicked” (reprise).......................................................................................... Citizens of Oz “Thank Goodness”........................................................................................ Glinda, Morrible and Citizens of Oz “The Wicked Witch of the East”...........................................................................Elphaba, Nessarose and Boq “Wonderful”.........................................................................................................................The Wizard and Elphaba “I’m Not That Girl” (reprise)..............................................................................................................................Glinda “As Long As You’re Mine”.........................................................................................................Elphaba and Fiyero “No Good Deed”.............................................................................................................................................. Elphaba “March of the Witch Hunters”...........................................................................................Boq and Citizens of Oz “For Good”...................................................................................................................................Glinda and Elphaba “Finale”..........................................................................................................................................................................All Traveling ORCHESTRA Conductor — Adam Souza Associate Conductor/Keyboard 2 — Flint Hawes Keyboard 1 — Phillip Kirchman Keyboard 3 — Christopher Chung Guitars — David Boguslaw Drums — Romano DiNillo The Wicked touring musicians welcome local musicians who will be playing at all performances in Nashville: Musical Contractor – Paul Ross Woodwinds – Matt Davich, Randy Ford, Robby Shankle Trumpet – Jeff Jansky Tenor & bass trombone – Bill Huber French horn – Harry Ditzel Percussion – Ron Sorbo Bass – John Ownby Keyboards – Dr. Bruce Dudley, Jeff Lisenby Orchestrations adapted by Christopher Jahnke

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Who’s Who in the Cast ANNE BRUMMEL (Elphaba) is thrilled to be playing the role of Elphaba with this talented group of people. Anne was an original member of this touring production and has spent the last year as the Elphaba standby. She’s toured the U.S. and Canada with Cats, Scarlet Pimpernel, Funny Girl, and Evita where she stood by for the role of Eva Peron. Favorite regional productions include Fiddler on the Roof, Civil War, Big, and several more productions of Evita. She would like to thank her incredibly supportive family and friends, Christopher Freer and everyone at CTG, Telsey + Co., all the creatives of Wicked for this incredible opportunity and her husband Brian. You are my reason for everything. Tiffany Haas (Glinda) is tickled pink to come and go by bubble! In 2005 she made her Broadway debut in Wicked and spent two years as the Nessarose cover/ vocal swing. After touring as the Glinda understudy, Tiffany “Couldn’t Be Happier” to make the role her own. She toured in the 1st Nat’l tour of The Drowsy Chaperone and has guest performed with numerous Symphony Orchestras. While studying opera and musical theater at CCM, she won the title of Miss Ohio and competed in the Miss America Pageant. Love and thanks Wicked creative team, Telsey + Co., and of course mom, dad, and husband Christian. JODY GELB (Madame Morrible). Recently played Madame Morrible in San Francisco’s Wicked. Original Broadway companies: The Who’s Tommy, Titanic and David Hirson’s Wrong Mountain. Performed with Chris Durang and Dawne at Caroline’s Comedy club in NYC and also performed her solo show at Naked Angels and the West Bank Café in NYC. 10 years ago relocated to the SF Bay Area. SF Theater: Happy End, The Time of Your Life, A Doll’s House, Blithe Spirit and Wrong Mountain at A.C.T. Other plays include Edna O’Brien’s Family Butchers, Heartbreak House and Far Away. For my family. DON AMENDOLIA (The Wizard). Film: Skeletons in the Closet, The Secret of My Success, Fearless, Ed Wood, Bounce, Wayne’s World, 12:01 PM (Oscar nomination— Best Short Film), Boogie Nights, A Walk in the Clouds. Broadway: 33 Variations, Stepping Out, My One and Only. Off-Broadway: Terrence McNally’s Some Men (at the 2nd Stage) and Dedication, Cloud Nine (original cast), The Firebugs. Television—More than 30 guest starring roles: “Seinfeld,” “Frasier,” “Ellen,” “L.A. Law,” “Fresh Prince of Bel Air,” “Perfect Strangers,” “Twin Peaks,” “Law & Order,” “Precious Victims.” Regional—more than 50 productions: Guthrie Theater, Cricket Theatre, Pasadena Playhouse, LA Stage Company, Houston Grand Opera and the premiere productions of Some Men at the Philadelphia Theatre Company and Moisés Kaufman’s 33 Variations at Arena Stage. As a Director: Steppenwolf Theatre, Seven Angels Theatre, Seacoast Repertory, Reprise LA, Dallas Summer Music Hall, Helen Hayes Repertory Theatre and on television: “Harry & the Hendersons” and “Growing Pains.” LA Drama Critics Circle Award for Cloud Nine; Dramalogue Awards for Stepping Out and Four Fathers. Emily Ferranti (Nessarose) is thrilled to be joining the Second National Tour! She previously was a part of the First National as a swing and then ensemble and Glinda u/s. BFA from The Boston Conservatory. Thank you to the creative team, Craig, Nicolosi and Co, and to my family and friends for their continuous support!

MARTIN MORAN (Dr. Dillamond). Broadway: Spamalot, Cabaret, Titanic, Bells Are Ringing, Big River, How To Succeed…, Oliver! Off-Broadway: A Man Of No Importance, The Cider House Rules, Floyd Collins. Film/ TV: The Big C; Mr. Tambourine Man; Possible Side Affects; The Next Big Thing; Private Parts; “Law & Order”; “L&O Criminal Intent”; “Dellaventura”; “Mary and Rhoda.” OBIE Award and two Drama Desk Nominations for his one-man play, The Tricky Part and 2005 Lambda and Barnes and Noble Discover New Writer Awards for his memoir. Thetrickypartbook.com. Dan Pacheco (Boq) is excited and grateful to be on tour with Wicked! Regional favorites: Altar Boyz, Zanna Don’t!, Disney’s Aladdin: A Musical Spectacular, I Love a Piano, Disney’s Snow White, Four Guys Named José. TV: “117th Annual Rose Parade,” “Hard Times of RJ Berger.” Graduate of New York University; CAP21. Thanks to the creative team, Telsey + Co, Lisa, Dominick, and KSR. For my family, Colleen, Lynette, and as always, Mom. I’m blessed! David Nathan Perlow (Fiyero) has spent the past year in Broadway’s Tony Award-winning production of La Cage Aux Folles and is thrilled to be joining the Wicked family. Credits include La Jolla Playhouse, Long Wharf Theater, North Shore Music Theater, Pre-Broadway workshops of White Noise, Clueless, YANK!, and Kinky Boots. All my love to my family and to Dawn. For Grandma. CHRISTINE DWYER (Standby for Elphaba) is stoked to continue this journey with Wicked! Tour: Rent (Maureen). Regional/ NYC: New Hopeville Comics, Tinyard Hill, The Who’s Tommy. B.F.A. The Hartt School. Thanks to Telsey + Co., the whole fam, Mom, Dad, Katie, the late Randy (miss you pup!), teachers and friends! LoveLoveLoveLove! TODD ANDERSON (Swing, u/s Chistery). Broadway: A Chorus Line (u/s Zach, Mike, Al, Greg, Bobby), Sweet Charity, Boy From Oz. Off-Broadway: The Wild Party, Garden of Earthly Delights. Tours: Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (u/s Freddy Benson), Tap Dogs. KERRY BLANCHARD (Ensemble) is so happy to be a part of Wicked. Thanks to everyone at Wicked, Telsey and MSA. All my love to my wonderful family and amazing friends for their never ending support, love and laughter. CATHERINE CHARLEBOIS (Swing, u/s Nessarose) is thrilled to be joining the Wicked family! Recent graduate of Syracuse University (B.F.A. Musical Theatre). Last seen in Hurricane (NYMF). Big thanks to Telsey + Co., the Wicked team and Nicolosi & Co. For Mom and Dad. MICHAEL DROLET (Ensemble, u/s Boq). Broadway: Wicked. National Tours: Wicked—Los Angeles Cast (Boq), Saturday Night Fever (Vinnie). Regional: Peter Pan— Dorset Theatre Festival (Peter Pan), Thoroughly Modern Millie—Musical Theatre West. TV: “The Tonight Show.” JEREMY DUVALL (Dance Captain, Swing, u/s Chistery). Thrilled to be here in Oz after a great run with the Chicago company, Jeremy sends tremendous thanks to God, family and friends. Credits: Radio City, Music Theatre of Wichita, Tokyo Disney. Proud AEA member. PETER C. ERMIDES (Swing, u/s The Wizard, Doctor Dillamond, Witch’s Father, Ozian Official). Original


Chicago company of Wicked. Broadway: The Who’s Tommy (Tommy), King David (King David cover). Regional: Assassins (Zangara), A Chorus Line (Greg). He is a graduate of The Boston Conservatory of Music. Love to his family and friends for their support.

Charlie Brown (Schroeder); A Chorus Line (Swing). B.F.A. from BYU. Love to family and friends.

LINDA GRIFFIN (Midwife, u/s Madame Morrible). Happy wife, loving mother, avid cook and lazy gardener. Certified Horticulturist. 30 years of show business; proud member of Actors Equity. Member of the Original Cast of The Drowsy Chaperone, the best time of my professional life.

CASEY QUINN (Ensemble) is excited to join the national tour after Wicked in Chicago! Thanks Grams and Mom for my training, also Dad, Cory, family and friends for your love. Thanks John, Alan, Joey and MSA. Dreams do come true!

KELLY LAFARGA (Swing) feels honored to join Wicked. Film: Step Up 2: The Streets, Step Up 3D. TV: “Glee,” “Bones,” “How I Met Your Mother,” “DWTS.” Tours: Eve, Donnie Klang. Marymount Manhattan College. Thanks RYAN PATRICK FARRELL (Ensemble, u/s Chistery). A Mom, Nina, and Sasha for their endless love and support. Michigan native. Began dancing at age 8. Ryan is thrilled to join Wicked on tour. Credits include: Wicked (Chicago), Dad, I love and miss you always. Radio City Christmas Spectacular, Cats national tour LISA LIVESAY (Ensemble, u/s Glinda). Regional: (Mistoffelees), Copacabana (Mill Mountain), Princess Parade (Monteen), 25th Annual… Spelling Bee (Olive), Cruises, Chase Brock Experience (Joyce Soho) and Boyz The Last 5 Years (Cathy), Peter Pan (Peter), Beauty and II Men. Love to Mom and Dad. the Beast (Belle), Man of La Mancha (Antonia). Thanks: KSR, parents, Jason, Michael, and brilliant and beautiful SAMANTHA FARROW (Ensemble) is beyond excited Nolan. Soli Deo Gloria! www.lisalivesay.net. to join the Wicked family. I thank God, my parents and family for their love and support, Carl and Mo for always MARISSA MILLER (Ensemble, u/s Glinda). is believing in me and all of my friends for dreaming with me. overjoyed to join the cast of Wicked! Proud Boston Thanks Telsey + Co! Conservatory graduate. A huge thank you to Meg Pantera and Telsey + Co. for making my dreams come Natalie Fotopoulos (Ensemble) was a “So You true. All my love to David, friends and family—especially Think You Can Dance” top 6 finalist for Season 2. In my parents for always believing in me. 2007 she moved to Greece to choreograph for the Greek version of the popular television show. Love and Fankicks! ROBERT PENDILLA (Ensemble, u/s Boq). Broadway: Wicked (Swing). National Tours: Mamma Mia! (Pepper). KC FREDERICKS (Chistery). Equity debut. Nat’l tour: Off-B’Way/NYC: Victor Woo (Henry). Regional: Flower Cats. Regional: La Cage aux Folles, West Side Story, Drum Song (original L.A. cast), My Fair Lady (Hollywood Damn Yankees. Dance companies: RhetOracle Dance Bowl), Mame (Hollywood Bowl), Dorian (Buell Center). Company, Odyssey Dance Theatre. Film/TV: “The International: Aida (original German cast). Thanks Mom, American Mall” (MTV), “Disney’s High School Musical 3.” Dad, Bro, friends and the “MINE!” Love and thanks to God, family and Telsey+Co.

LAUREL HARRIS (Ensemble, u/s Elphaba, Nessarose) is wicked excited to be joining the Oz family! BFA U of Michigan. NYC: Radio City, Camp Wanatachi. Tour/ Regional: Seussical, Annie (NCT). Unlimited love and gratitude to God, my supportive family, amazing friends, Sisi and Rob. Special thanks to Jeanine, Lisa and Craig. For you, Mom and Dad. LAUREN HAUGHTON (Swing, u/s Nessarose). Broadway: Wicked. Off-Broadway: Fools In Love. Regional Favorites: Sammy with Leslie Bricusse (Old Globe Theatre), Turn of the Century with Tommy Tune (Goodman Theatre). B.F.A.: Musical Theatre, Syracuse University. Thanks to Mom, Dad, the Gillis family and The Mine. Je T’aime Michael. ZACH HENSLER (Ensemble) is so grateful and thankful to be back in Wicked! “The universe is not hostile, nor yet is it friendly. It is simply indifferent.”— J. H. Holmes COURTNEY IVENTOSCH (Swing) is ecstatic to be joining Wicked! Regional: On the Town (Ivy Smith), 42nd Street (Peggy Sawyer). Thank you Wicked team, Telsey + Co, Karen Garber, Pam and Deb, Janie, Mindy, Bob. Endless love and thanks to my amazing Mom, Dad and brothers! RYAN JACKSON (Swing, u/s Chistery) Tours: Cats, Dr. Dolittle, West Side Story. Theater: Goodspeed, Walnut St., Portland Center Stage, Ford’s Theater, Paper Mill, T.U.T.S, K.C. Starlight, Sacramento Music Circus, Radio City, Westchester B’way, City Center Encores. B.F.A. MMC. Lovification: Telsey+Co., Wicked team, my A-list. KEVIN JORDAN (Swing, u/s Chistery) is proud to be part of the Wicked family. Other credits include Altar Boyz (Mark); Cats (Skimbleshanks); You’re a Good Man,

DON RICHARD (Witch’s Father, Ozian Official, u/s The Wizard, Doctor Dillamond). Broadway: Urinetown (Cladwell), Jane Eyre (Brocklehurst). Workshops: Vampire Lestat for Elton John, Most Wanted for La Jolla Playhouse. National tour: Sunset Boulevard, Wicked (first national and Chicago companies). Regional: Lisbon Traviata, Falsettoland and Phantom. Film: Soderberg’s King of the Hill. Proudly Equity. Michael McCorry Rose (Ensemble, u/s Fiyero). Tours: Joseph…Dreamcoat, Grease!, Stephen Schwartz and Friends in Concert. Regional: Paper Mill Playhouse, Primary Stages, Starlight, NoHo Arts Center, Disney Cruise Line. Graduate of UCLA. Thanks to the Wicked team, Telsey + Co, the Luedtke office, family and friends. DANIEL TORRES (Ensemble, u/s Fiyero, Witch’s Father, Ozian Official). NYC: The Woman in White (original Broadway company), The Pirate Queen (original Broadway company/cast recording), Juan in Altar Boyz (New World Stages) and Young Scrooge in A Christmas Carol (Madison Square Garden). CCM grad and founding member of The Broadway Boys. ERIN WILSON (Ensemble, u/s Madame Morrible). Thrilled to tour with Wicked. New York: The Rockae. Regional: Grease (Cha-Cha) for Sacramento Music Circus and NCT, West Side Story (Velma) to name a few. B.F.A. from BYU. Thanks to Craig and Telsey + Co. For Mom and Dad! www.erinwilsononline.com. JUSTIN WIRICK (Ensemble) has toured the world and somewhere over the rainbow in West Side Story (Euro/ Asia tour), in a world class cirque production—iL CiRCo’s Viaggio! and with The Radio City Christmas Spectacular. But there’s no place like Oz. To the Wicked team, Telsey + Co. and family—love, support and thanks, Oh my!


LINDSAY WOOD (Dance Captain, Swing) is ecstatic to be joining the Wicked family. Dre.dance company member. B.F.A. in Dance, FSU. Many thanks to everyone at MSA, Telsey and Wicked. Endless love and appreciation to my family and husband, Adam. STEPHEN SCHWARTZ (Music and Lyrics) has contributed music and/or lyrics to Godspell, Bernstein’s Mass, Pippin, The Magic Show, The Baker’s Wife, Working (which he also adapted and directed), Rags and Children of Eden. For films, he collaborated with Alan Menken on the scores for Disney’s Pocahontas, The Hunchback of Notre Dame and Enchanted, and wrote the songs for the DreamWorks animated feature The Prince of Egypt. His first opera, Séance on a Wet Afternoon, will be presented by New York City Opera in April, 2011. Defying Gravity, a book about his professional career, was recently published by Applause Books. Mr. Schwartz is the artistic director of the ASCAP Musical Theatre Workshops and president of the Dramatists Guild. Awards include three Academy Awards, four Grammy Awards, a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and a tiny handful of tennis trophies. He was recently inducted into the Theatre Hall of Fame. www.stephenschwartz.com WINNIE HOLZMAN (Book) received a Tony nomination and a Drama Desk award for Wicked. She created the memorable television drama “My So-Called Life” which starred Claire Danes. Holzman got her start writing for the acclaimed drama “thirtysomething” and later executive produced (again with Marshall Herskovitz and Edward Zwick) “Once and Again.” Other theatre work includes the musical Birds of Paradise (with composer David Evans) and a ten minute play called Post-its: Notes on a Marriage which she wrote with her husband, actor Paul Dooley. Features include: ’Til There Was You. Also an actress, Ms. Holzman appeared in Jerry Maguire and as Larry’s wife’s therapist on “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” Most recently she teamed with her daughter, Savannah Dooley, to write and produce the new ABC Family series, “Huge.” She is a graduate of Princeton University, received an M.F.A. from the NYU Musical Theatre Program and serves on the board of the Writers Guild Foundation. JOE MANTELLO (Director). Directing credits include The Pride, Pal Joey, 9 to 5 the Musical, November, The Receptionist, The Ritz, Three Days of Rain, The Odd Couple, Glengarry Glen Ross, Laugh Whore, Assassins (Tony Award), Take Me Out (Tony Award), Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune, A Man of No Importance, Design for Living, The Vagina Monologues, Bash, Another American: Asking and Telling, Love! Valour! Compassion!, Proposals, The Mineola Twins, Corpus Christi, Mizlansky/Zilinsky, Blue Window, God’s Heart, The Santaland Diaries, Snakebit, Three Hotels, Imagining Brad. Film: Love! Valour! Compassion! As an actor: Angels in America (Tony nom.) and The Baltimore Waltz. Recipient of the Outer Critics Circle, Drama Desk, Lucille Lortel, Helen Hayes, Clarence Derwent, Obie and Joe A. Callaway awards. He is a member of Naked Angels and an associate artist at the Roundabout. WAYNE CILENTO (Musical Staging). Broadway: Sweet Charity; Aida; The Who’s Tommy (Tony, Drama Desk, Astaire awards); How to Succeed… (Tony nom.); Dream: The Johnny Mercer Musical (director and choreographer— Tony nom., Best Choreography); Jerry’s Girls; Baby (Tony nom.). West End: The Who’s Tommy (Olivier nom.). Other credits: Off-Broadway’s A Hot Minute and Angry Housewives; the national tour of Spirit; …Forum at La Jolla (San Diego Drama Critics and Drama-Logue awards). Performer credits: A Chorus Line (Mike, original cast),

The Act, Seesaw, Perfectly Frank, Irene, Big Deal, Rachel Lily Rosenblum and Dancin’ (Tony nom.). His has done musical staging for Liza Minnelli, Barry Manilow, Chita Rivera, Billy Joel, Donna Summer and Pete Townshend. EUGENE LEE (Scenic Designer) has been resident designer at Trinity Rep since 1967. He has BFA degrees from the Art Institute of Chicago and Carnegie Mellon University, an M.F.A. from Yale Drama School and three honorary Ph.Ds. Mr. Lee has won three Tony Awards for Bernstein’s Candide, Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd and Wicked. He is the production designer for NBC’s “Saturday Night Live.” Other New York theatre work includes The Pirate Queen, Alice in Wonderland, The Normal Heart, Agnes of God, Ragtime, Uncle Vanya, Ruby Sunrise and A Number. Film credits include Coppola’s Hammett, Huston’s Mr. North and Malle’s Vanya on 42nd Street. Mr. Lee is an adjunct professor at Brown University and lives with his wife Brooke in Providence, where they raised their two sons. SUSAN HILFERTY (Costume Designer) has designed more than 200 productions for theatres across America and internationally. Her directorial collaborators include Athol Fugard (set, costumes, co-director), James Lapine, Robert Falls, Robert Woodruff, Joe Mantello, JoAnne Akalaitis, the late Garland Wright, Mark Lamos, Frank Galati, Des McAnuff, Sharon Ott, David Petrarca, Richard Nelson, Chris Ashley, Marion McClinton, Laurie Anderson, Tony Kushner, Carole Rothman, Mark Linn-Baker, Garry Hynes and Emily Mann. Recent work: Spring Awakening (Tony nom.), Radio Golf, Lestat (Tony nom.), Assassins, Into the Woods (Hewes Award, Tony nomination), Lapine’s Fran’s Bed, Jitney, Dirty Blonde, Alvin Ailey’s Love Stories and Rodney’s Wife. She designs opera, film, TV and dance and chairs the Dept. of Design for Stage/Film at NYU Tisch. Her numerous awards include 2004 Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle awards for Wicked. KENNETH POSNER (Lighting Designer). Broadway: The Coast of Utopia (Shipwreck) (Tony Award); Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Hairspray, Tom Sawyer (Tony noms.); 9 to 5; Legally Blonde; The Pirate Queen; The Odd Couple; Lestat; Glengarry Glen Ross; Little Women; The Frogs; Imaginary Friends; Swing!; You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown; The Goat; Uncle Vanya; Side Man (Lortel Award); The Lion in Winter; Little Me; A View From the Bridge; The Last Night of Ballyhoo; The Little Foxes and The Rose Tattoo. Off-Broadway: The Wild Party; The Play About the Baby; tick, tick…BOOM!; The Waverly Gallery; Pride’s Crossing (Lortel Award); As Bees in Honey Drown; Cowgirls; and The Food Chain. Opera includes New York City Opera and Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Obie Award for Sustained Excellence in Lighting Design. TONY MEOLA (Sound Designer). Broad­way includes: Pal Joey; The Ritz; Laugh Whore; Man of La Mancha; Sweet Smell of Success; Copenhagen; Kiss Me, Kate; Footloose; The Lion King (Drama Desk Award); The Sound of Music; Juan Darien; A Christmas Carol (MSG); Steel Pier; Forum; The King and I; Moon Over Buffalo; Smokey Joe’s Café; Guys and Dolls; Five Guys Named Moe; She Loves Me; The Red Shoes; and Anything Goes. London includes: Kiss Me, Kate; The Lion King; Smokey Joe’s Café; and Anything Goes. National and international include: The Lion King; Les Misérables; Mozart; Der Gloeckner von Notre Dame. Off-Broadway includes Here Lies Jenny and The Normal Heart. Tony is a graduate of Ithaca College’s Department of Theatre Arts. Thanks, Dick. ELAINE J. McCARTHY (Projection Designer). Recent designs include Broadway: Impres­sionism, Thurgood,


Spamalot, Man of La Mancha, Into the Woods, Judgment at Nuremberg, The Green Bird. Off-Broadway: The Thing About Men, Speaking in Tongues, Underneath the Lintel, The It Girl, Boys Don’t Wear Lipstick, Goodbye My Friduchita. Regional: Cobb, Eleanor, Blue Man Group: Tubes (Chicago). National tours: Forgiveness, Spirit. Opera: Dead Man Walking, War and Peace (Kirov and Metropolitan Opera), Tan Dun’s The Gate, Peter Sellar’s The Peony Pavilion. Dance: Remote (White Oak), Philip Glass and Susan Marshall’s Les Enfants Terribles. TOM WATSON (Wig and Hair Designer) is head of the wig department at the Metropolitan Opera. He designs hair and wigs for many theatres including Santa Fe Opera, Opera Theatre St. Louis, NY Theatre Workshop and the Goodman in Chicago. He has also designed wigs for the Broadway productions of South Pacific, The Coast of Utopia, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, The Violet Hour, Anna in the Tropics, Dirty Blonde, Jane Eyre, Into the Woods and Amour. JOE DULUDE II (Makeup Designer). Inspired by monster makeup as a kid, he is the designer for Wicked productions. Broadway: The Wedding Singer, Assassins, Into the Woods (key makeup Vanessa Williams). OffB’way: Birdie, Broadway Bares (design and bodypainting). Film and television: E!, Style, Lifetime, PBS, “Access Hollywood,” MTV. Print and Runway: Vanity Fair, Marie Claire, Vibe, Rolling Stone, Diesel, Enyce and more. Other: Artist Relations and consultant for MAC Cosmetics. Thom Widmann (Production Supervisor). Ten productions for Lincoln Center Theater including The Light in the Piazza, The Frogs and Contact. Other credits: The Sound of Music, The King and I, Amy’s View, Skylight and the nat’l tour of An Inspector Calls. Graduate of SUNY Purchase. Adjunct faculty, Fordham University. JAKE BELL (Technical Supervisor) has been a stage manager and technical production manager on Broadway for more than 20 years. Broadway, national and international credits include The Phantom of the Opera; Les Misérables; Chitty…; Miss Saigon; Swan Lake; Oklahoma!; Dreamgirls; Cats; Chess; Shirley Valentine; and Five Guys Named Moe. Jake has consulted on theatre renovations all over the U.S. and served as a guest speaker for university theatre arts classes. STEPHEN OREMUS (Music Supervisor/ Music Arrangements) is Music Supervisor/Arranger of the Broadway and worldwide productions of Wicked and Avenue Q, which he also orchestrated, as well as Music Director/Arranger for Dolly Parton’s score of the musical 9 to 5. He was Music Supervisor, Vocal Arranger/Co-Orchestrator of All Shook Up; Vocal Arranger/Orchestrator of tick, tick… BOOM!; and Music Director of Andrew Lippa’s The Wild Party. Other credits: Music Director for Rufus Wainwright Sings Judy Garland and Music Director/Conductor of Jerry Springer: The Opera, both at Carnegie Hall. He is a graduate of Berklee College of Music. WILLIAM DAVID BROHN (Orchestra­tions) received the 1998 Tony Award for Best Orchestrations for Ragtime. Other credits include Mary Poppins, Curtains, Miss Saigon, The Secret Garden, Show Boat, Crazy for You, Carousel, Sweet Smell of Success, Oklahoma! (B’way), Mary Poppins, Oliver!, The Witches of Eastwick, My Fair Lady and South Pacific (London). He has provided arrangements for Marilyn Horne, James Galway, Placido Domingo and Joshua Bell’s recording of Bernstein’s West Side Story Suite for Violin and Orchestra. ALEX LACAMOIRE (Music Arrange­ments) is the Music Supervisor for In the Heights, which won him the 2008

Tony Award for Best Orchestrations and a 2008 Grammy Award for producing the cast album. Other Broadway credits as Music Director, Arranger, and/or Orchestrator: 9 To 5, High Fidelity and Legally Blonde. Other favorite projects: Bat Boy: The Musical (off-B’way), the 2001 national tour of Godspell, Captain Louie and The Wiz (City Center Encores!). Love to Mom, Dad, Little Sis and Ileana. ADAM SOUZA (Music Director/Conductor). Broadway: Wicked. Tours: Spamalot first national (Conductor), Les Misérables third national. Off-Broadway: Summer of ’42. Regional credits include several productions at both North Shore Music Theatre and Goodspeed (Conductor/ Assistant). Originally from Connecticut, Adam is grateful for his Goodspeed education and is thrilled to be part of the Wicked family. Thank you to Ste, MOF, Todd, Keller, Ben and the Gribster. Love and gratitude to my wonderful family. Boston Conservatory alumnus. JAMES LYNN ABBOTT (Dance Arrange­ments). Broadway: Aida, Tarzan, Bombay Dreams, Rent, Footloose, Joseph…, Cats, Sunset Boulevard and Miss Saigon. National tours include Starlight Express, Kiss of the Spider Woman, The Who’s Tommy and Jesus Christ Superstar. He has performed with Aretha Franklin, Dennis De­Young of Styx, Shirley Bassey, Bob Hope, Vanessa Williams and Elton John. Clients include Dr. Pepper, Frito Lay, American Airlines and General Electric. MICHAEL KELLER (Music Coordinator) is conductor and drummer for Marvin Hamlisch. Music Coordinator for Next to Normal, In The Heights, The Little Mermaid, Spring Awakening, Legally Blonde, A Chorus Line, Spamalot, Avenue Q, Mamma Mia, The Lion King, Barbra Streisand concerts (1994 and 2001). Life is complete with wife Pamela Sousa and children Zach and Alexis. TELSEY + COMPANY (Casting). Broadway/Tours: Baby It’s You!, Sister Act, Catch Me If You Can, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, SPIDER-MAN Turn Off The Dark, Million Dollar Quartet, The Addams Family, Memphis, Rock of Ages, Next to Normal, 9 to 5, In the Heights, South Pacific, Peepshow in Vegas. Off-Broadway: Atlantic, MCC, Signature. Film: Margin Call, Howl, Sex and the City 1 & 2, Jonah Hex, Main Street, Love and Other Impossible Pursuits, I Love You Phillip Morris, Rachel Getting Married, Dan in Real Life, Then She Found Me, Across the Universe, Ira & Abby, Rent, Pieces of April, Camp, The Grey Zone, Finding Forrester, The Bone Collector. TV: “Ugly Betty” (pilot), “Whoopi,” HBO’s “Undefeated,” commercials. LISA LEGUILLOU (Associate Director) worked with Joe Mantello on Frankie and Johnny…, Take Me Out and The Vagina Monologues. She appeared in eight Broadway shows; on TV in “Sex and the City,” “NYPD Blue” and “NY Undercover;” and in the films Changing Lanes, Center Stage, Everyone Says I Love You and HBO’s “Angels in America.” CORINNE McFADDEN HERRERA (Asso­ciate Choreographer) has worked with and assisted Wayne Cilento on Sweet Charity (Broadway and national tour) and Wicked (Broadway). As a performer, Corinne was featured in the Broadway revival of Sweet Charity and the original companies of Aida and Wicked. She has also appeared in and assistant choreographed numerous commercials and music videos. Thanks to Mom, Dad, Manny and Wayne. EDWARD PIERCE (Associate Scenic Designer). Provides entertainment design and production services for Broadway, national tours and international theatrical productions. Select collaboration include: Wicked, Aida, Ragtime, Cabaret, Noise/Funk, The Tempest, Grace—The Musical, The Pirate Queen. www.edwardpierce.com.


CHIC SILBER (Special Effects). Broadway: Sherlock Holmes; Edward Gorey’s Dracula; The Elephant Man; Amadeus; Nicholas Nickleby; Tintypes; Working; The Dresser; Alice in Wonderland; Grand Hotel; Piaf; Orpheus Descending; Moon Over Buffalo; Footloose; The Civil War; Aida; Kiss Me, Kate; Annie Get Your Gun; Dance of Death; Brooklyn; La Cage aux Folles; Lennon. Circus: Monte Carlo Circus Spectacular, Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey, Clyde Beatty-Cole Bros. DAVID HANSEN (Production Stage Manager). Equity Member since 1979. Broadway: 42nd Street. Toronto/ Los Angeles: Ragtime. Chicago: Show Boat. Los Angeles: City of Angels. National tours: Wicked, The Phantom of the Opera, Joseph...Dreamcoat, Miss Saigon, Les Misérables, Singin’ in the Rain, 42nd Street, Fiddler on the Roof, Hello, Dolly! A Texas native, now living in Utah, enjoys hiking, skiing, and fresh caramels. Matthew Leiner (Stage Manager). Broadway: Fiddler on the Roof, Hollywood Arms, The Phantom of the Opera. Tour: Wicked (Second National), Mary Poppins (First National), Wicked (Chicago), The Phantom of the Opera. NY Credits: The Flight of the Lawnchairman, First Lady Suite. Regional: Bounce (Kennedy Center), Hollywood Arms (Goodman Theater), West Virginia Public Theater. Lora K. Powell (Assistant Stage Manager). Having worked on both the San Francisco and Los Angeles productions of Wicked, Lora is pleased to be a part of the National tour. Other credits include the Los Angeles productions of The Producers and The Lion King, Disney’s Aladdin—A Musical Spectacular. NYC: Annie Get Your Gun, The Life, Chicago and The Wizard of Oz at Madison Square Garden (starring Roseanne). Lora thanks her son Dylan for his continued love and support. GREGORY MAGUIRE (Author of Original Novel) published a dozen novels for children before writing his first adult novel, Wicked. A devotee of children’s fantasy, Maguire’s subsequent novels for adults are variations-ona-theme: Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister considers Cinderella as a 17th-century maid from Harlem; Lost evokes the ghost of Charles Dickens’s Scrooge; and Mirror Mirror features a High Renaissance Snow White daunted by the wickedest stepmother, Lucrezia Borgia. Maguire’s novel Son of a Witch, a sequel to Wicked, is followed by Volume III of the Wicked Years, the recently released novel, A Lion Among Men. He lives in Massachusetts and Vermont with his husband, the painter Andy Newman, and their three children. 321 THEATRICAL MANAGEMENT (General Management). Nina Essman, Nancy Nagel Gibbs and Marcia Goldberg’s Broadway, Off-Broadway and national tour management credits include Sister Act; WICKED; Next to Normal; Traces; The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee; Man of La Mancha; The Graduate; Striking 12; The Vagina Monologues; Bat Boy; and I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change. Marc Platt (Producer). Broadway: Wicked; Three Days of Rain; Pal Joey. Off-Broadway: Matthew Bourne’s ballet Edward Scissorhands; Family Week. Films: Legally Blonde; Legally Blonde 2; Rachel Getting Married; Wanted; Scott Pilgrim vs. The World; Nine; The Other Woman; Charlie St. Cloud; Cop Out; Honey; Josie and the Pussycats; The Perfect Man; The Seeker: The Dark Is Rising. Television: “Taking The Stage” (MTV); “Empire Falls” (HBO); “Once Upon A Mattress” (ABC); “The Path To 9/11” (ABC). Mr. Platt previously served as president for three movie studios (Orion, TriStar and Universal).

UNIVERSAL PICTURES STAGE PRODUCTIONS (Producer). Universal Pictures Stage Productions is the theatrical production unit of the world-famous motion picture studio. Universal’s stage credits include the acclaimed worldwide productions of Wicked and Billy Elliot the Musical and the recently-debuted Bring It On The Musical. Universal’s upcoming films include Tower Heist, a comedy caper with an all-star cast led by Ben Stiller and Eddie Murphy; Illumination Entertainment’s 3-D CG-animated feature Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax; the epic action adventure Battleship; and Snow White and the Huntsman, starring Kristen Stewart, Charlize Theron, Chris Hemsworth and Sam Claflin. THE ARACA GROUP (Producer). Founded in 1997 by partners Matthew Rego, Michael Rego and Hank Unger, The Araca Group produces and merchandises live entertainment and theatrical events on Broadway and around the world. For more information please visit: araca.com. JON B. PLATT (Producer). Tony Awards: Copenhagen, Angels in America: Millennium Approaches (Pulitzer Prize for Drama) and Perestroika. Tony Award nominations: Damn Yankees; Peter Pan; Hello, Dolly!; The Diary of Anne Frank; Lonesome West; Man of La Mancha; Wicked. National: The Sound of Music; Sunset Boulevard; Hair, Jesus Christ Superstar; Fiddler on the Roof; Best Little Whorehouse in Texas; A Chorus Line; The Graduate; Blue Man Group: Tubes. Off-Broadway: Forbidden Broadway; SVU Special Victims Unit. DAVID STONE (Producer) is currently represented around the world by Wicked. He has also produced Next to Normal, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Three Days of Rain, Man of La Mancha, The Vagina Monologues, Fully Committed, Lifegame, The Diary of Anne Frank, Full Gallop, The Santaland Diaries and Family Secrets. David serves on the boards of The Broadway League and Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids. He also serves on the advisory boards of V-Day and Second Stage Theatre. David has lectured on theatre at the Juilliard School, NYU, Yale, Columbia and his alma mater, the University of Pennsylvania.

STAFF CREDITS for Wicked CASTING Telsey + Company: Bernie Telsey CSA, Will Cantler CSA, David Vaccari CSA, Bethany Knox CSA, Craig Burns CSA, Tiffany Little Canfield CSA, Rachel Hoffman CSA, Justin Huff CSA, Patrick Goodwin CSA, Abbie Brady-Dalton, David Morris, Cesar A. Rocha GENERAL MANAGEMENT 321 Theatrical Management Nina Essman, Nancy Nagel Gibbs, Marcia Goldberg TECHNICAL SUPERVISION JAKE BELL PRODUCTION SERVICES LTD. TOUR PRESS REPRESENTATIVE Phillip Aleman Justin O’Neill COMPANY MANAGER............................................. Erica Norgaard ENGAGEMENT MANAGER......................................... KEN SILVERMAN PRODUCTION ADMINISTRATOR...................................BOB BRINKERHOFF Production Stage Manager................................. DAVID HANSEN Stage Manager...........................................................Matthew Leiner


Assistant Stage Manager..............................................Lora K. Powell Assistant Company Manager.........................................Kelly Ann Gray Assistant Director............................................................. Paul Dobie Associate Music Supervisor.................................. Dominick Amendum Dance Supervisor................................................... Patrick McCollum Assistant to Mr. Schwartz............................................... Michael Cole Assistant Scenic Designer............................................ Nick Francone Oz Map Design..........................................................Francis Keeping Associate Costume Designer...................................Amanda Whidden Associate Hair Designer...............................................J. Jared Janas Assistant Costume Designers....... Tricia Barsamian, Amy C. Bradshaw, Cathy Small, Mary Wilson Associate Lighting Designer............................................ Karen Spahn Assoc. Lighting Designer/Automated Lights....................Warren Flynn Assistant Lighting Designer.................................................Joel Shier Assoc. Sound Designer/Prod. Sound Engineer...................Kai Harada Assistant Sound Designer......................................... Catherine Mardis Projections Programmer................................... Demfis Fyssicopolous Associate Projection Designer........................................ Shawn Boyle Assistant Projection Designer...................................... Keri Thibodeau Projection Animators......................... Gareth Smith, Ari Sachter-Zeltzer Special Effects Associate.................................................Aaron Waitz Flying Effects.........................................................ZFX Flying Illusions Production Carpenter......................................................Rick Howard Head Carpenter.......................................................... Justin Klynsma Automation Carpenter.................................................... Rick Schadle Assistant Carpenters...........................Shane Anderson, Terry Thomas Flyman...............................................................................Ed Lohrer Production Electrician............................................... Brendan Quigley Scenic Electrics.................................................................Mike Ward Head Electrician.............................................................. Keno Garcia Assistant Electricians................................... Damian Marotta, Katie Blanch Production Properties Supervisor................................ George Wagner Head Properties........................................................... Diana Rebholz Assistant Properties....................................................... Spencer Bell Head Sound Engineer................................................. Michael Carrico Assistant Sound Engineer.............................................Anthony Jones Additional Production Staff............................................... Henry Baker Production Wardrobe Supervisor..................................... Alyce Gilbert Wardrobe Supervisor.................................... Cynthia Romo Lancaster Assistant Wardrobe Supervisors............ Shevhan Lusteck, Glen Moore Hair Supervisor........................................................Molly O. McGrath Assistant Hair Supervisor........................................Andrea DiVincenzo Makeup Design......................................................... Joseph Dulude II Makeup Supervisor..................................................Joyce McGilberry Masks and Prosthetics......................................... W.M. Creations, Inc. Matthew W. Mungle, Lloyd Matthews Advance Carpenters.................................. Dave Rader, Dave Johnson, Matt Levy, Zach Mathison Advance Electrician........................................................... Eric Rimes Advance Electrics/Sound.............................................. Brian Messina Advance Sound..........................................................Douglas Graves Advance Wardrobe................................................Megan Quinn-Gahm Music Preparation......................................Anixter/Rice Music Service Synthesizer Programming............................................Andrew Barrett Guitar Effects Programming............................................. Lou Garrett Production Assistants.......................................................Susan Bero, Sarah Koehler, Joshua Pilote, Stuart Shefter, Wendy Stephens Advertising........................................... Serino Coyne/Greg Corradetti Caroline Thompson, Jean Leonard, Dana Zell Website.......................................................................... Istros Media Merchandise............................................................ The Araca Group Banking....................................................................... Bank of America Payroll..........................................................Castellana Services, Inc. Director of Finance.......................................................John DiMeglio Accounting...............................................Fried & Kowgios CPA’s LLP, Robert Fried, CPA Insurance...........................................AON/Albert G. Ruben Insurance Legal Counsel........................................... Loeb & Loeb/Seth Gelblum Legal Counsel for Universal Pictures................................... Keith Blau Physical Therapy........................................................... NEURO TOUR Physical Therapy Inc. Susan Hughes, Medical Director Ken R. Mautner, M.D. Travel Agent......................................................................... Road Rebel

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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 musicians employed in this production are members of the American Federation of Musicians. The Director and Choreographer are members of the Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers, Inc., an independent national labor union. United Scenic Artists represents the designers and scenic painters for the American Theatre. Backstage and Front of the House Employees are represented by the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (or I.A.T.S.E.). The Press Agents and Company Managers employed in this production are represented by the Association of Theatrical Press Agents & Managers. This production is produced by members of The Broadway League in collaboration with our professional union-represented employees.


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Photos: Chad Kimball and Montego Glover of the Original Broadway Production of Memphis, photo by Joan Marcus; Tom Corbeil, Douglas Sills, Cortney Wolfson, and Sara Gettelfinger in The Addams Family, photo by Jeremy Daniel.

Coming Soon to TPAC’s Jackson Hall:

The Addams Family January 3-8

SYNOPSIS: Hundreds of years ago, the Addams family ancestors settled in a wilderness that is now New York’s Central Park. Generations later a huge house was built where a great Spanish oak, the Addams Family Tree, had been planted to protect the ancestral graves from sunlight and tourists. As the curtain rises, Gomez, Morticia, Fester, Grandma, Wednesday, Pugsley, and Lurch have gathered in the family graveyard as their dead ancestors emerge from their graves, to celebrate their past and ensure their future. At the end of the ritual, Fester blocks the ancestors’ return to their graves to enlist their help. Wednesday Addams has grown up and fallen in love with a “normal” young man, Lucas Beineke, and his parents, Mal and Alice, are coming to dinner to meet the family.

Memphis

November 15-20

The music in this show – in the style of the late 1950s and early ’60s – features incredible harmonies, powerful voices, and the great rhythms of the band. Winner of the 2010 Tony Award for Best Musical, Memphis is a universal story about the “music of the soul.” Out of his love for African-American music, a white radio personality leads a movement to integrate black music into radio and television. He introduces an African-American singer, who becomes his girlfriend, to his listeners. As many challenges and obstacles are overcome, ultimately, the people of Memphis – including radio advertisers – demand to hear the music the DJ loves. This music, of course, eventually expanded the worldwide reach of the blues, jazz, and soul music, also influencing the birth of rock ‘n roll.

Wednesday exhorts her family to act as “normal” as possible at dinner. The moment Lurch ushers the Beinekes inside the decrepit mansion, tensions mount. Alice shares with Morticia that her marriage has lost some of its spark, causing Morticia to panic at the thought of the same happening to her. In another part of the house, Pugsley plots to break up the happy couple. When Wednesday blurts out the news: “Lucas and I are getting married!” chaos ensues.

Kids’ Night on Broadway is January 3!

Free activities in the lobby at 6:00 p.m. The Addams Family performance at 7:30 p.m. Sign up for StageLinks for updates and an exclusive offer to Kids’ Night on Broadway at tpac.org/mail. Introduce the children in your lives to the magic of live theatre with The Addams Family. The musical comedy presents a unique arts education opportunity for family. The creepy, kooky, weird and wacky Addams learn that their daughter Wednesday is dating someone “normal.” Oh, the family debate that follows! But, of course, your family is perfectly normal. The show asks the question “What is normal?” for a great conversation on the way home from the theater.

Memphis contains subject matter that may be considered mature.

For more information, pick up a Center Stage magazine in the lobby or visit tpac.org/shows.


A work of art unto itself, the 2011 edition

of Nashville Arts & Entertainment Guide is your ultimate source for exclusive interviews, news, and information about the best entertainment the city has to offer. The perfect-bound, annual glossy is a beauty that you’ll keep on your coffee table all year-round.

The cover story, “More than Music,” provides an insightful look behind the careers of your favorite celebrities. The popular section “Nashville’s Most Interesting People, Places, and Things,” returns with more fun stories and stunning photographs. From the performing arts to the Tennessee Titans, the magazine celebrates the creative spirit of a great city. Get your copy at Barnes & Noble, Hudson News Gift Shops at the airport, Costco, Publix and other finer newsstands in middle Tennessee. The magazine also is distributed by the Nashville Convention and Visitors Bureau and the Tennessee Department of Tourist Development.

Nashville Arts & Entertainment Guide is published by Glover Group Entertainment, publisher of the playbills for TPAC, Nashville Ballet, Nashville Opera, Tennessee Repertory Theatre, Great Performances at Vanderbilt, The Nashville Symphony, and Studio Tenn Theater Company. For more information about advertising in the performing arts playbills, visit glovergroupentertainment.com or call 615-373-5557.

Rockin’ Nashville Since 1925 Whatever the decade or style, some of the hottest acts in music have played War Memorial Auditorium.

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Chris Cornell, November 2 Corey Smith, November 5 Here come the mummies, December 31 The Art Of Yazoo Brewery, February 23 TPAC.org/shows • 615-782-4040

Mumford & Sons, November 1, 2010

Upcoming events include:


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T H E A O P P I N S B C M A R P E J E H T Y D E D F Y E L L R S O T M D G L H W I C E B H P A B I L A O K Y J E H M K M I N T E D L A I S F A K I N G M A N T O M O F N M I S R M A M I O T H E O P E P R O P S E S P R T S WICKED MEMPHIS BILLY ELLIOT JERSEY BOYS THE LION KING

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The Tennessee Performing Arts Center is an accessible facility with a variety of services. For more information, see page 60 of this playbill or visit tpac.org. Wicked Sunday matinee performance, November 6 – american sign language: Beth Moss and Brooke Roy • audio description: Julia Cawthon


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Located on Center Landing between Jackson and Polk lobbies

One of 88 worldwide, and one of only two in Tennessee, this ART*O*MAT is a vintage cigarette machine that has been repurposed to dispense affordable, original art. It contains 110 works from 22 different artists – paintings, sculptures, jewelry, and more. A portion of Art-O-Mat proceeds goes directly to TPAC’s educational and cultural programs..

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extremely proud of their musicianship and professionalism, we appreciate our ongoing relationship with the Nashville Association of Musicians, AFM Local 257, to incorporate local artists into the shows touring to TPAC (see listing on page 20). AFM Local 257 was founded in 1902 and currently represents over 2,600 of Music City’s finest musicians, including the Nashville Symphony, studio players, road musicians, singer/songwriters, arrangers, and producers. www.afm257.org


Get a group and go!

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TPAC has fantastic programs for your employees and groups:

November 15-20 • TPAC’s Jackson Hall

Thank you

to Wicked audience members who participated in TPAC’s Group Sales programs and purchased tickets by October 5, 2011. Affinion Alison Worden Amanda Dixon Amerigroup Angela Beale Apollo High School Baptist Plaza Surgicare Beth Swafford Bowling Green Jr. High School Capitol Arts Alliance Carol Andrews Carol Trickler and Coalmont LEAP Carrie Hayes Centennial High School CFSB Travel Program Christie’s Birthday Clarksville Academy Columbia Academy Columbia Dance Academy Cookeville High School Chorus Cumberland University Cumberland University School of Music & the Arts Dave Power David Lipscomb Middle School Debra Evetts Debra Vance Deedee Sudarshan Del Webb at Lake Providence Diana Rae & Co. Voice School Donelson Christian Academy Dr. Kevin Schreur East Limestone High School Education Networks of America Elizabeth Keeling Events & Adventures First Tennessee Bank

Fisk University Frances Manzitto Franklin County High School Freed Hardeman University Freemont Baptist Church Gayle Tucker Gerald Chafin and Lindsey Wilson Singers Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee Halls Middle School HCA Heidi Robison Holly Bailey Iasis Healthcare James and Jennifer Garton Jennifer Hurst Jeremy Dykes Jim Johnson and The Nashville Ballet Jody Johnson Joella Boyd Judy Sullivan Julie Goldston Julie May Kate Scott Kathleen Arntson-Morgan Kevin Green Kilynn Schueler Kim Boyd-Hughes Laura Curtis Laura Martin Lauren Hammond Legacy Crossing Retirement Community Legislative Interns Leigh McGinty Lifestyle Tours Lindsay’s Friends and Family

From the underground dance clubs of 1950s Memphis, Tennessee, comes a hot, new Broadway musical that bursts off the stage with explosive dancing, irresistible songs and a thrilling tale of fame and forbidden love.

Groups of 10 or more get great deals! 615-782-4060 • tpac.org/groups

Lipscomb University Little Black Dress Club Logan’s Roadhouse Lynn Carpenter Lynn Schumacher Maryville High School Melissa Wilson Metro Nashville Chorus of Sweet Adelines Michael Hagewood Middle Tennessee State University Missie Stephens Motlow State Community College Mr. and Mrs. Rick Connor Mr. and Mrs. Tim Vaden Mr. and Mrs. Troy Howard Mr. Andrew Daniels Mr. John W. Jennings Mrs. Claire Custred Mrs. Julie Speyer Ms. Carol Costello Ms. Darenda Shannon Ms. Jean Keith Ms. Lisa Wheeler Ms. Trisha Lalumondier Mt. Juliet Middle School MTSU Trio Student Support Services Nashville Christian School Newell Rubbermaid Nikki Briley Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart Onlife Health Paris Henry County Arts Council Phi Mu Nashville

Randy Davidson Richview Middle School RTA High School Sallie Cottingham Sally Craig Sandra Carver Shabnam Aminmadani Shawnee Community College Shelbyville Central High School Sheryl Huffman’s Homeschool Group Springfield Baptist Church Starbright Children’s Theatre Station Camp High School Stephanie Barnes Stites & Harbison Sullivan Central High School Sullivan South High School Tabor Dental Associates Teitelbaum Brothers Inc The Broadway League The Faith Class The Lampo Group The Melting Pot University School of Nashville Vanderbilt Graduate Student Council Vanderbilt Residence Life Vanderbilt University Vanessa Williamson West Harpeth Christian Tutorial Whitver Academy Williamson County Parks & Recreation Willow Oaks Center for Arts and Learning Woodland Middle School Woodmont Hills Homeschool


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TPAC gratefully acknowledges the following organizations and individuals for gifts and pledges received from October 2010 – October 2011. These gifts support TPAC Education, performing arts programs, and special projects. For more information about donor benefits and sponsorship opportunities, or to notify us of any errors or omissions, please contact TPAC Development at 615-687-4315.

Board of Directors C. Dale Allen Carter Andrews Barbara T. Bovender William H. Braddy, III John E. Cody Colleen Conway-Welch Ronald L. Corbin Waverly D. Crenshaw, Jr. Ansel L. Davis Emanuel J. Eads Donna G. Eskind Rod Essig Aubrey B. Harwell, Jr. Martha R. Ingram Christine Karbowiak Beverly Keel Pat Matthews-Juarez, Ph.D. Dr. Robert H. Ossoff Anne L. Russell Jim Schmitz Larry Stessel Andrew Tavi Claire W. Tucker J. Stephen Turner Maria Teresa Vazquez Uzi Yemin

Government, Corporate, and Foundation Contributors

as of October 2011

$50,000+ Bank of America The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee HCA Foundation on behalf of HCA and the TriStar Family of Hospitals Ingram Charitable Fund* Metro Nashville Arts Commission Nissan North America, Inc. Regions Bank The Tennessean Tennessee Arts Commission

$25,000 – $49,999 American Airlines Gaylord Entertainment Foundation

Grand Avenue Chauffeured Transportation Miller & Martin, PLLC National Endowment for the Arts The Real Yellow Pages Vanderbilt University

$10,000 – $24,999 Anonymous The Delek Fund for Hope* Delta Dental of Tennessee Landis B. Gullett Charitable Lead Annuity Trust The Memorial Foundation Mary C. Ragland Foundation Sheraton Downtown Nashville Ted Welch Investments

$5,000 – $9,999 Anonymous AT&T Baulch Family Foundation BMI Bridgestone Americas Trust Fund The Broadway League Brown-Forman Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Corrections Corporation of America HCA – Caring for the Community Lipman Brothers, Inc. The Melting Pot NovaCopy Piedmont Natural Gas Foundation Publix Super Markets Charities The Rechter Family Fund* SunTrust Bank, Nashville

$2,500 – $4,999 Belle Meade Jewelry & Repair The Franklin Center for Skin & Laser Surgery Patricia C. & Thomas F. Frist Designated Fund* Gannett Foundation Haute Salon & Spa Krispy Kreme Doughnut Corporation Dan J. and Fran F. Marcum Advised Fund*

*A fund of the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee

Nashville Predators Foundation Premier Parking Irvin and Beverly Small Foundation Southern Joint Replacement Institute Tennessee Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Wells Fargo

Individual Contributors

$1,500 – $2,499

$5,000 – $9,999 Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Baulch, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Baulch, III Mr. and Mrs. David J. Baulch Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey B. Eskind Dr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Frist, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ben R. Rechter Sara and Larry Stessel Judy and Steve Turner

Aladdin Industries Foundation, Inc. The Blooming Boutique Enterprise Holdings Foundation Ezell Foundation Flourgirls Target

$500 - $1,499 Amerigo The Atticus Trust Cabot Creamery Cooperative of Vermont CapStar Bank Center For Nonprofit Management Doochin Family Charitable Foundation EBS Foundation Fleet One, LLC Hirtle, Callaghan & Company The Jewish Foundation of Nashville Kraft CPAs Mastrapasqua Asset Management Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority NewsChannel 5 Purity Foundation Revolver Marketing Group Sharing Spree Rhonda and Richard Small Family Philanthropic Fund Law Office of Michael K. Williamson Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts Wright Travel Agency

$250 - $499 Innovative Security United Way of Metropolitan Nashville

as of October 2011

Chairman’s Circle $10,000 + Mr. and Mrs. Jack O. Bovender, Jr. Martha R. Ingram Yaara and Uzi Yemin

Producer’s Circle

Applause Society $1,250 – $4,999 Julie and Dale Allen Mr. and Mrs. Craig J. Andreen Dr. and Mrs. Frank H. Boehm Judith and Richard Bracken Mr. and Mrs. William H. Braddy, III Jan and Jim Carell Anthony and Diane Carroccia Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cartwright Christopher John and Tricia Casa Santa Elizabeth and Jerone Cecelic Mr. and Mrs. William S. Cochran Eva-Lena and John Cody J. Chase Cole Ronald L. and Brenda J. Corbin Kelly Crockett Jana and Ansel Davis Marty and Betty Dickens Ashley and David Dill Dr. Peggy S. Duke Joan and Ray Eanes Wendy and Mark Eddy Carol and Michael Ennis Jane and Richard Eskind Mr. and Mrs. William H. Eskind Robert Finn and Gary Lingofelter Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Fowler, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Frist, Jr. David and Rechelle Glidewell Diane and Gary Gober Pat and Wayne Halper


Becky and Kent Harrell Carlana and Aubrey Harwell Mark D. Hensley Shari and John Howerton Rick Isaacson Timothy Jakobs and Stefanie Colucci Mrs. Victor S. Johnson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Victor S. Johnson, III Susan and Bill Joy Drs. Paul Juarez and Pat Matthews-Juarez Ray and Rosemarie Kalil Jacqueline Kelly Lawrence and Sherrilyn Kenyon Lee and Glenda Kraft Mr. and Mrs. Howard H. Lamar, III Michael D. and Kimberly M. Law Sandi and Tom Lawless The Honorable Thomas and Terri Lewis Dr. Spencer Madell Mr. and Mrs. William Maksymowicz Mr. and Mrs. Dan J. Marcum Ronald and Renate McAbee Lynda McGuire and Bill Nosbisch Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ray McWherter Robert and Yin Mericle Lisa and Timothy Moore Kathleen and Tim O’Brien Jennifer and Eric Paisley Mr. and Mrs. Philip M. Pfeffer Mr. and Mrs. Dale W. Polley B. Gail Reese Mark and Carla Rosenthal Anne and Joseph Russell Dr. Norman Scarborough Dr. and Mrs. Timothy P. Schoettle Sloan Family Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Small Debbie and Scott Snoyer David Solomon Mr. and Mrs. James R. Stadler Ronnie Steine and Beverly Keel David and Sharon Stewart Steve Taggart Brenton Teveit Dianne and Tom True Claire W. Tucker Neil and Chris Tyler Tera Vazquez Lyn N. Walker Mrs. John Warner White Donald R. Williams and Richard W. Zelek Denise and Victor Zirilli

Director’s Circle $700 – $1,249 Anonymous Gary and Gwen Brewer John and Ellen Cate Marjorie Collins Mayor Karl Dean and Mrs. Anne Davis Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Doochin Barbara and Emanuel Eads Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Eisenstein Virginia Fontanella

Beth A. Fortune Judy and Tom Foster Mr. and Mrs. William H. Freeman Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Henry Richard Hensley Paul H. Kuhn, Jr. Richard and Sheila McCarty Dr. and Mrs. Robert H. Ossoff Joyce and George Pust Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Roberts Joe N. and Brenda Steakley Byron and Aleta Trauger Ken M. Wayne Mr. and Mrs. Ted H. Welch

Performer’s Circle $300 – $699 Anonymous (2) Linda Albertalli Gay and Laurence Alvarez Sterling and Beth Ambrose Colleen and Beth Atwood Dolores A. Barnett Gary Barton David and Jill Bauer Dana and Martin Bauguess Katharine and Steven Baum Kelley and Lee Beaman Betty Beasley and Melissa Ott Piper and James Bell Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Berry Joanne Bertone Cherry and Richard Bird Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Blackburn John and Penny Blane Allison and Joe Boever Mr. and Mrs. Paul Boklage Mary Bolte Jerry Boswell Steve Botts Patti Bracy and David Biter Dr. and Mrs. Barry W. Brasfield Lorrie K. Brouse Joann Brown Cari Buckingham Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Bumstead Dr. and Mrs. Terry Burkhalter Joan K. Burrell William and Ann Burt Dr. and Mrs. E. James Burton James and Annette Butler Melvin Butler Rich and Judy Callahan Russ and Penny Campbell Michael and Pamela Carter Thomas and Melissa Carter Jeff and Kathy Cartwright Paige, Steve, and Kathryn Cates Phila D. Chandler Dodd Chassereau Nancy and John Cheadle Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Claverie, Sr. Mike Clutts Jerry and Yvonne Collier Joel and Rebecca Cooper Virginia Hixon Corbitt Kerry and Lisa Couch Mr. and Mrs. James A. Croy Robert and Ruth Darula

Please help TPAC to

recycle. Plastic Bottles Playbills TPAC invites you to take home one playbill for the family and recycle the other. TPAC playbills are online at tpac.org/onstage.

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Recycling containers for plastics and paper also are located along beautiful Deaderick Street, the first certified green street in Tennessee.


Jenifer DeLoach and Wesley Weeks Joseph Dew George deZevallos Bill and Linda Duncan Ernest and Mitzi Dunkley Stevan Ecken Kitty and Pat Emery Annette S. Eskind Robert Evans Kristin and Matthew Faier Larry and Joellen Farris Nancy Fitzpatrick Martha Fouce Monte S. Frankenfield Jeanne Gavigan Dr. and Mrs. Daniel C. Geddie Amy Grant and Vince Gill William E. Golab Barry Goley and Grant Goodman Ruth Ann Graveno David B. Gray Jan Gray Mr. and Mrs. Luke Gregory Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gryll Cathy Guenther Kathleen and Harvey Guion Donna and John Hagan Elizabeth Hall Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Harbers Dr. and Mrs. Hugh L. Head, III Jim Hearn Stephen and Emily Heffington Nicole Helm Mr. and Mrs. Kevin R. Hennessy Nancy Hershkowitz Patricia Hillhouse Catherine and Robert Holderfield Greg and Becca Hollis Jeff and Ashley Hollis Deborah and Donald Holmes Joan Howard Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Howerton Patricia and Dennis Huffer Melissa and Douglas Hunter Mr. and Mrs. Shandy Husmann Dana Moore and Jack Isenhour Julia Johnson Al and Nancy Kaser Lisa Kenney George and Sue Kettle Nicholas Kilen Judy and Herb Knopp Stan and Cindy Knott Janet and James Knox Debra and James Kovanda Kenneth Kraft and Lucilyn Crow Jan and Rand Krikorian Jeff and Pam Kuhn Edd and Nancy Lancaster Robert Lane and Emily Vandiver Timothy Larson Laura and Robert Ledlow Rhonda and Danny Long Tracy Lyda and David Greenbaum George Lynch Nancy Maclean Donna and Donald Mann

Randall McCathren Al McCree / Altissimo! Entertainment Mimi McIllwain Lori McVey Mitzi and Rick Michaelson Susanne Miller Dr. Donald E. Milner Jeffrey Mobley Kevin Monroe Tom and Vicki Moon Joann Morris Mr. and Mrs. John Muchukot Teresa and Mike Nacarato Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nadeau Dawn M. Nepp Agatha Nolen Laura and Vincent Nord David and Pamela Palmer J. Russell and Phyllis Parkes James Pickett and Susan Douglas Rose and Kip Pierce Jonathan Pinkerton Keith and Deborah Pitts Linda and Tim Priddy Catherine V. Quinn Patricia and Douglas Ralls Mary Jo Rapetti Sibyl Reagan Diane Honda and David Reiland Paul and Marjorie Ridge Robert and Alison Ring Mark and Hye Robbins Ann V. Roberts Regina Roberts Evelyn and William Rodgers Daniel and Suzanne Roke Mace and Joyce Rothenberg Patricia and Craig Rothschild Mary Rudy The Runyeons David Sampsell Jean and Stuart Schmidt Susan Schuchard Moneta and Herb Schumaker Sherra M. Schwartau Pat and Marty Schweinhart Sharon and William Schweinhart Carol and Alvin Scott Ken and Marilyn Scott Kelly and Kevin Sekuterski Jeanne Sellars Sharon and Bill Sheriff Angela and J. D. Shoulders Charles Sidberry Helen Sirett and Ken Hendrix Rhonda and Richard Small Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Smith Danielle Snyder Dr. Peter L. Sonkin and Linda Sonkin Chris and Patrick Sowada David Spigel Robert and Jane Stammer Judy Steele Joy Strange Brenda Swift Doris R. Taft Alice and Dennis Taunton

Dr. and Mrs. F. William Taylor Janet Taylor Janice S. Thomas Mrs. DeWitt C. Thompson, III Carlos Tirres Jim Tisony Barbara and Rick Turner John and Claudia Turner Frances Anne Varallo Michael Verble Donna and Mark Vincler Mary Wade Fred Walker, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Bill Wall, III Richard Walters Cheryl and John Waltko Christopher S. West Minna White Robin and Jennifer White Eleanor Whitworth Bradley and Susan Widmann Dr. Joseph Wieck Dr. and Mrs. J. Kenneth Williams Vickie and Don Wirth Robert Wormsley Margaret and Ron Wright Sharon Yates Kelly and Steven Yokley Mr. and Mrs. Julian A. Zander, Jr.

Patrons $100 – $299 Anonymous Kathleen and Douglas Airhart Edgar and Kathi Allen Carter Andrews Leigh Ashford Shannon and John Barton Curtis Beasley Diane Becker Joy and Bob Belton Molly S. Blair Charles and Pam Bridges Eric and Sue Broder Janice Buchanan Lisa and John Campbell Kay Caudle RenÊe Chevalier Chuck Clarkson Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Cook, Jr. Vicki Coward Robert Crants Trish Crist Anita and James Davis Roy and Julia Dehart Lee Lee and Wally Dietz Kathy Doman Olivia Evans Janice N. Evers Cherrie Farnette Robert Fiore Karen and David Ford Lettie Foster Joan and Dick Fox Jeannie and Alan Gaus Ted M. George Kate R. W. Grayken Regan Greer John F. Gregory, III Cynthia Harper

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Sheraton Nashville Downtown

Sheraton is the place where friends gather. Make Sheraton a memorable part of your next cultural experience with dinner in Speakers Bistro before the show, or dessert and cocktails in Sessions Lounge after the curtain falls. Ph: (615) 259-2000 for reservations www.sheratonnashvilledowntown.com

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For almost twenty years, Sole Mio has been serving up Nashville’s best award winning Italian cuisine. Featuring handmade pasta and traditional Northern Italian Sauces made fresh to order. Check us out! 311 3rd Avenue South Nashville 37201. Ph: (615) 256-4013 www.solemionash.com

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AAA Four Diamonds & The Wine Spectators Award winner, voted #1 Italian Restaurant by Tennessean 2 years in a row. Featuring award winning Chef & Co-Qwner, Paolo Tramontano. 1907 West End. Ph: (615) 327-0148 for reservations www.valentinosnashville.com 46 call: Glover Group Entertainment 615-373-5557 For Advertising Information


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In fact, we require it. Lipscomb was presidential lecture earns rave reviews the first university in the U.S. to require for the arts influencers it brings to the its music majors to sit for Britain’s community. Experience it yourself. acclaimed Associated Board of the Royal There are very few times when there Schools of Music exams. And that’s just is not an arts event on campus, open one of our musical accomplishments in to the public and enjoyed at little or no the arts. In theater, Lipscomb’s director charge. Go to events.lipscomb.edu was named one of Nashville’s top ten to see what’s happening. We’d like directors in 2010. And in visual arts, our to treat you royally as well.

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A Leader Among Leaders The Alexis de Tocqueville Society was founded in Nashville in 1981 by Dr. Thomas F. Frist, Jr. The Society now circles the globe with 26,000 members contributing $500 million annually to United Way’s most critical work. Following are the members of Nashville’s 2010 Alexis de Tocqueville Society, Alpha Chapter with years of membership denoted. 2010 Alexis Tocqueville Society, Alpha Chapter Members

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Mr. and Mrs. Kent Adams, 6 Mr. and Mrs. David G. Anderson, 12 Mr. and Mrs. W. Michael Arthur, 5 Jim and Janet Ayers, 16 Dr. Jeffrey R. Balser, 3 Mr. and Mrs. H. Lee Barfield II, 17 Carol and Barney Barnett, 8 Mr. Russell W. Bates, 8 Mr. and Mrs. James S. Beard, 15 Dr. and Mrs. Robert Daniel Beauchamp, 5 Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Bedard, 8 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Belser, 8 Mr. and Mrs. Phil and Amberly Billington, 6 Mr. and Mrs. W. Perry Blandford, 4 Mr. and Mrs. Frederick L. Blank, 6 Mr. and Mrs. Brad Blevins, 9 Mr. and Mrs. J. William Blevins, 16 Michael and Resha Blivens, 1 Linda and David Bohan, 4 Mr. and Mrs. Jack O. Bovender, Jr., 21 Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Bracken, 14 Mrs. James C. Bradford, Jr., 23 Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Braman, 3 Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Bray, 6 Mr. and Mrs. Laurance H. Brewster, 3 David and Jenny Briggs, 3 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clay Bright III, 3 Mr. and Mrs. Martin S. Brown, 24 Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Bumstead, 10 Mr. and Mrs. John R. Burch, 24 Julie and Matt Burnstein, 5 Diane and Kyle Callahan, 10 Mr. and Mrs. John P. Campbell III, 10 Mr. and Mrs. Victor Campbell, 19 David and Elizabeth Cannady, 4 Mrs. Monroe J. Carell, Jr., 14 Bill and Trudy Carpenter, 10 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Carter, 5 Mr. and Mrs. William J. Carver, Jr., 6 Mr. Fred J. Cassetty, 7 Yonnie and Curt Chesley, 5 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Cigarran, 11 Mr. and Mrs. John W. Clay, Jr., 16 Mr. and Mrs. William S. Cochran, 25 Mr. J. Chase Cole, 10 Mr. and Mrs. Wiley B. Coley III, 5 Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Cook, Jr., 17 Mr. and Mrs. John H. Crosslin, 5 Kevin and Katie Crumbo, 5 Harvey and Helen Cummings, 19 Mr. and Mrs. Brownlee O. Currey, Jr., 30 Professor Richard Daft and Dorothy Marcic, 3 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Daniels III, 4 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davis, 5 Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Dean, 12 Mayor Karl F. Dean and Ms. Anne Davis, 4 Mr. and Mrs. Dennis T. Delaney, 11 Elizabeth and Robert Dennis, 6 Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. DeVane, 4 Mr. and Mrs. Eric Dewey, 3 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey T. Dobyns, 3 Margaret and Steve Dolan, 10 Mr. and Mrs. Cullen E. Douglass, 6 Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Eads, 3 Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Eddy, 12 Cassie and Tom Edenton, 12

Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Elcan, 16 Mr. and Mrs. Jason Epstein, 4 Mrs. Irwin B. Eskind, 27 Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey B. Eskind, 16 Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Ezell, Jr., 18 Mr. and Mrs. Mark V. Ezell, 4 Bob and Amanda Farnsworth, 9 Mr. and Mrs. Ernest T. Felts, Jr., 3 Mr. and Mrs. John D. Ferguson, 8 Mr. and Mrs. Edmund B. Fitzgerald, 21 Mr. and Mrs. Gene Fleming, 17 Tom and Judy Foster, 6 Mr. Sam O. Franklin III, 16 Mr. and Mrs. David Freeman, 4 Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. Frist, 19 Dr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Frist, Jr., 30 The Honorable and Mrs. William H. Frist, 19 Mr. and Mrs. William R. Frist, 10 Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Fritch, 6 Mr. Mario J. Gabelli, 8 Mr. and Mrs. John Gawaluck, 11 Mr. and Mrs. Gerard V. Geraghty, 7 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Gerdesmeier, 6 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gordon, 4 Mr. and Mrs. Joel C. Gordon, 30 Robert and Julie Gordon, 4 Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Green, 4 Kristen and Chad Greer, 6 Steve Groom, 2 Landis B. Gullett Lead Annuity Trust, 16 Mr. and Mrs. James S. Gulmi, 10 Scott and Kathy Hadfield, 3 JB and Shawn Haile, 1 Mr. and Mrs. James C. Hailey, 17 Mr. Charles J. Hall, 4 Russ and Elvia Harms, 8 Robert L. and Caitlin S. Harris, 4 Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Hays, 19 Mr. and Mrs. Samuel N. Hazen, 11 Mrs. Phyllis G. Heard, 2 Mr. and Mrs. E. Anthony Heard III, 9 Drs. Robert and Alexandra Hendricks, 2 Ms. Sherri M. Henry, 6 Mr. J. Reginald Hill, 10 Damon and Carrie Hininger, 6 Mr. and Mrs. James D. Hinton, 12 Mr. and Mrs. Dan W. Hogan, 6 Ms. Angela Rene Hoke, 1 Mr. and Mrs. William Holleman, 3 Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Holliday, Jr., 1 Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Hooker, 30 The Houghland Foundation, 29 Carol and Ad Hudler, 1 Ms. Angela H. Humphreys, 4 Mr. Franklin Y. Hundley, Jr., 3 Mr. and Mrs. James V. Hunt, Sr., 9 Mr. and Mrs. David B. Ingram, 14 Martha R. Ingram, 30 Mr. and Mrs. John R. Ingram, 15 Mr. and Mrs. Orrin H. Ingram, 16 Mr. and Mrs. Gordon E. Inman, 5 Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Israel, 19 Mr. and Mrs. Clay T. Jackson, 14 Mr. and Mrs. Granbery Jackson III, 11 Mr. and Mrs. Clint Jennings, 2 Mr. and Mrs. James L. Johnson, 17 Mr. and Mrs. R. Milton Johnson, 12 Roy and Marty Jordan, 7 Mr. and Mrs. Leonard L. Kindig, 3

Robin and Bill King, 24 Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kloess, 8 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald F. Knox, Jr., 14 Mr. Kumar Kolin, 1 Mr. Kevin P. Lavender, 1 Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Lazenby, 23 Irving E. Lingo, Jr. and Karin Demler, 3 Mr. Robert S. Lipman, 14 Sam and Mary Ann Lipshie, 3 Estate of Clare H. Loventhal, 10 Mr. and Mrs. C. Stephen Lynn, 16 Barbara and Kenny Lyons, 8 Mr. and Mrs. Myles A. MacDonald, 5 Mr. and Mrs. David J. Malone, Jr., 19 Mr. and Mrs. Chip Manning, 3 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen P. Masie, 3 Ms. Cheryl White Mason, 5 Mrs. Jack C. Massey, 30 Ms. Margaret C. Mazzone, 3 Ms. Maeve E. McConville, 5 Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. McGregor, 3 Betsy Vinson McInnes, 12 Mr. and Mrs. Robert McNeilly, Jr., 9 Mr. and Mrs. R. Clayton McWhorter, 24 Mr. and Mrs. Scott McWilliams, 8 Mr. and Mrs. James R. Meadows, Jr., 11 Lynn and Ken Melkus, 17 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin S. Millen, 2 Andrew Woodfin Miller Foundation, 20 Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Miller, 1 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller, 3 Ms. Mary Mirabelli and Mr. Steven Cristanus, 6 Mr. Kevin N. Monroe, 2 Mr. Donald R. Moody, 5 Mr. and Mrs. A. Bruce Moore, Jr., 14 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Moore, 19 Mr. and Mrs. William P. Morelli, 10 Gregg F. and Cathy T. Morton, 4 Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Nash, 8 Troy and Kimberly Nunn, 4 Philip and Carolyn Orr, 4 Mr. and Mrs. Eric Paisley, 6 Mr. and Mrs. James N. Parrott, 6 Ms. Mary Parsons, 6 Mr. and Mrs. William V. Parsons, Jr., 9 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Martin Paslick, 5 Mr. Steven A. Pate, 5 Mr. and Mrs. Hal N. Pennington, 10 Mr. and Mrs. James W. Perkins, Jr., 29 Mr. and Mrs. Clay Petrey, 3 Craig E. Philip and Marian T. Ott, 11 Leigh and David Pickett, 1 Mr. and Mrs. Sid Pilson, 13 Mr. and Mrs. Marshall T. Polk III, 9 Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Pruett, 10 Mr. and Mrs. Mel Purcell, 4 Mr. Larry Quinlan, 6 Mr. and Mrs. Art Rebrovick, 13 Mr. and Mrs. Ben L. Rechter, 7 Mr. and Mrs. Ben R. Rechter, 29 Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. Rechter, 7 Mr. and Mrs. Colin Reed, 5 Bonnie and Gary Reid, 2 Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Rein, 4 Ken and Michelle Rideout, 3 Dr. and Mrs. Wayne J. Riley, 4 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Riven, 20 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Roberts, 27 Mr. and Mrs. Bailey P. Robinson III, 16

If you would like to inquire about membership in this elite group of leaders, you may do so by contacting Celeste Wilson at: celeste.wilson@unitedwaynashville.org or 615.780.2403 615.780.2403 | www.unitedwaynashville.org 250 Venture Circle, Nashville, TN 37228

Mr. and Mrs. John T. Rochford III, 16 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas J. Rohleder, 6 Mr. Anthony A. Rose, 22 W. Andrew and Sabrina Ruderer, 2 Anne and Joe Russell, 22 Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rutan, 5 Mr. and Mrs. Bill B. Rutherford, 9 Mr. and Mrs. William Paul Rutledge, 10 The Scarlett Family Foundation, 4 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scarlett, 11 Tim and Beth Scarvey, 6 Mr. and Mrs. James Schmitz, 4 Mr. and Mrs. David G. Sehrt, 4 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shallcross, 10 Michael and Lisa Shmerling, 13 Mr. and Mrs. W. Lucas Simons, 23 R. Timothy Sinks, 3 Mr. and Mrs. Barry R. Smith, 3 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Smith, 3 Mr. and Mrs. Wayne T. Smith, 10 Grant and Suzanne Smothers, 1 Joe and Joanne Sowell, 2 Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Spieth, 6 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sprintz, 10 Mr. and Mrs. Joe N. Steakley, 14 Mr. John M. Steele, 12 John and Beth Stein, 4 Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Stinnett, 5 Mr. and Mrs. Don Street, Jr., 12 Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael Sullivan, 9 David and Mona Tehle, 1 Mr. and Mrs. Steve Thomas, 6 Mrs. Kim Bradley Thomason, 3 Robin and Overton Thompson, 1 Mr. and Mrs. John C. Tishler, 3 Ms. Claire Whitfield Tucker, 12 Mr. and Mrs. Cal Turner, 24 James Stephen Turner Family Foundation, 3 Juan and Elizabeth Vallarino, 2 Mr. and Mrs. Lee F. Van Dyke, 3 Mr. and Mrs. David T. Vandewater, 16 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Viehmann, 18 Mr. and Mrs. Jay Wallace, 12 Mr. and Mrs. Johnson B. Wallace, Jr., 12 Brian and Christy Waller, 6 Ms. Leigh Walton, 1 Mr. Brian Ampferer Ward, 9 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Waterman, 14 Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Weaver, 9 Marti and Brian Webster, 1 Colleen and Ted Welch, 18 Betty and Bernard Werthan Foundation, 30 Mrs. John Warner White, 24 Mr. and Mrs. David Williams II, 4 Ms. Noel B. Williams, 13 Mr. and Mrs. Ridley Wills II, 30 Dan Wilson and Linda Dickert Wilson, 3 Mr. and Mrs. Brad Withrow, 3 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Witt, 4 Mr. and Mrs. Alan R. Yuspeh, 11 Mrs. Robert K. Zelle, 28 Chancellor Nicholas S. Zeppos, 3 Raymond and Etta Zimmerman, 30 Dana A. Zukierski, 1

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Nurturing the Spirit

HARDING A C A D E M Y

Great Memories are Better when Shared Sheraton is where friends gather. Make Sheraton a memorable part of your next cultural experience with dinner in Speakers Bistro before the show, or cocktails in Sessions Lounge after the curtain falls.

enjoy our superb cuisine, elegant décor, drink specials and much more

Call 615 259 2000 for Reservations

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Harding Academy exists to educate, nurture, and inspire. As a co-educational K–8 independent school, we are dedicated to academic excellence and the pursuit of educating thoughtful, creative, lifelong learners who are self-disciplined, responsible, caring citizens. Ian L. Craig, Head of School 170 Windsor Drive Nashville, TN 37205 (615) 356-5510 www.harding academy.org

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Contact patronservices@tpac.org Accessibility Services at TPAC include parking; elevators; wheelchair seating; use

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Accessibility Services at TPAC include of a TPAC elevators; wheelchair; designated restrooms; parking; wheelchair seating; and of services for hearing and visuallydesignated impaired use a TPAC wheelchair; patrons. Infrared devices and restrooms; and assisted serviceslistening for hearing visually impaired patrons. Infrared assisted are available at no charge at the entrance to listening devices available charge each theater. TPACare offers signing at forno hearing atimpaired the entrance toand each theater. TPACand offers patrons, audio description signing for hearing impaired patrons, and Braille programs for blind and visually impaired audio description and Braille programs for patrons on the Sundayimpaired matinee inpatrons the blind and visually on HCA/TriStar at TPAC Series. the Sunday Broadway matinee in the HCA/TriStar Large print programs available Broadway Series. are The thirdfor Broadway Saturday and TPACof Presents shows.Repertory Special accessibility matinees Tennessee Theatre plays alsoand areconcerns, signed. Large printassisted programs requests excluding are available for shows in discussed the Broadway, listening headsets, should be in “TPAC and House Family FieldatTrip advancePresents” with the TPAC Manager series. Special accessibility requests and 615-782-4087. Reservations for a wheelchair concerns, excluding assisted listening should beshould made onbe thediscussed day of performance. headsets, in advance with the TPAC House Jackson Manager 615/782Restrooms for Andrew Hallatare located 4087. Reservations for a TPAC wheelchair one level down from the 6th Avenue entrance, in should be made on the day of performance. the halls behindfor theAndrew seats in the tier and Hall balcony, Restrooms Jackson are and downstairs in the backfrom of thethe orchestra level. located one level down 6th Avenue Restrooms for Polk Theater are located down the entrance; in the halls behind the seats in the tier andtobalcony; andentrance downstairs the back stairs the left of the to theinorchestra oflevel theand orchestra level. Restrooms for Polk on the balcony level. Theater are located down the stairs to the Allof electronic devices including cell phones, left the entrance to the orchestra level and onpagers, the balcony level. cameras, and recorders watch alarms, Allbecellular watch should turned offphones, prior to thepagers, performance or alarms, cameras, recorders other checked-in with the floor manager orand an usher, electronic devices should be turned off who will note the seating location of physicians prior to the performance or checked-in and others who expect emergency with the floor manager or an calls. usher, who will of physicians Callnote Lostthe andseating Foundlocation at 615-782-4098 to and others who expect emergency calls. report an item you might have left at TPAC. Call “Lost and Found” at 615-782-4098 toInreport an an item which may been case of emergency, thehave number to left atleave TPAC. with others is 615-782-4000 (along Natural Herb Cough Drops, courtesy with performance, theater, and seat location). of RICOLA USA, Inc., are available in the back of Andrew Jackson Hall in the Smoking is permitted outside the and building. Polk Theater lobby. “In Caseorofcompliments? An Emergency”, the Concerns number leave with others is 615e-mail to patronservices@tpac.org 782-4000 (along with performance attending, theater, and seat location). Smoking is permitted outside of the building.

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Location The Ingram Center for Performing Arts is located at the corner of 24th Avenue and Capers Avenue. Late Arrivals Late arrivals will be seated only at times designated by the artists and/or company. Please consult ushers stationed at the entrances of the orchestra level. Discounted Parking Discounted parking for Ingram events is available in the Capers Avenue Garage at the corner of 24th Avenue and Capers Avenue. Please show ticket stubs when exiting. No Smoking There is no smoking allowed in any building on University campus. Restrooms In the Ingram Center, restrooms are located in the rear of the lobby area. Accessibility Wheelchair accessible seating, restroom and radio frequency assistive hearing devices are available in Ingram Hall. Please call 322-2471 at least three days in advance of the performance date to make arrangements for all special needs. Lost and Found Please call University Security at 322-2745.


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