GEORGE STREET PLAYHOUSE
2018 â€“ 2019
Our New Home!
In the Fall of 2019, GEORGE STREET PLAYHOUSE will move into the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center currently under construction in downtown New Brunswick.
Featuring TWO state-of-the-art theaters â€“ The Playhouse and The Lyric â€“ the NBPAC offers all the modern amenities including barrier-free access, elevators, expanded restrooms, modern climate control, new seating, and up-to-date theatrical technology. George Street Playhouse will be performing in both theaters throughout the mainstage season.
For large plays and musicals, The Lyric Theatre features 462 seats, an orchestra pit, and other exciting amenities.
The Playhouse is more intimate with 252 seats, perfect for new works and engaging dramas.
Our new modern home also includes several rehearsal rooms, a donor lounge, and lobby space on two floors.
Thank you to the Middlesex County Board of Chosen Freeholders for all your support of George Street Playhouse. â€“ James N. Heston Chairman, Board of Trustees
Board of Trustees Chairman: James N. Heston* President: Penelope Lattimer, Ph.D.* First Vice President: Lucy Hughes* Treasurer: Ronald Bleich* Secretary: Sharon Karmazin* Paul Alexander, MD, MPH David Fasanella Kenneth M. Fisher William R. Hagaman, Jr. Mark McMahon Norman Politziner Kelly Ryman* W. Burton “Tripp” Salisbury
Ben Sifuentes-Jáuregui, Ph.D. David Saint* Jocelyn Schwartzman Janice Stolar Lora Tremayne Stephen M. Vajtay Alan W. Voorhees
*Denotes Members of the Executive Committee
Trustees Emeritus Robert L. Bramson Al D’Augusta
Cody P. Eckert Peter Goldberg George Wolansky, Jr.
Clarence E. Lockett Anthony L. Marchetta
Honorary Board of Trustees Thomas H. Kean
Honorary Memoriam Maurice Aaron∆ Dr. Edward Bloustein∆ Dora Center∆∆ Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.∆ Milton Goldman∆ John Hila
Arthur Laurents∆ Richard Sellars∆ Barbara Voorhees∆∆ Edward K. Zuckerman∆ Adelaide M. Zagoren ∆∆ – Denotes Trustee Emeritus ∆ – Denotes Honorary Trustee
From the Artistic Director Many years ago while I was working at Seattle Rep, a Seattle based actor named Mark Harelik wrote a beautiful play called The Immigrant, which went on to be produced around the country. I have always loved this funny and moving work, and in recent years, given our countryâ€™s attitude towards immigrants and the delicate notion of welcome to our home, I felt this play has become suddenly more relevant than ever. Rampant xenophobia has jeopardized the whole notion of inclusion and hospitality.
David Saint Artistic Director
Director Jim Jack, who did such a beautiful job with My Name is Asher Lev at GSP, seemed to me the perfect artist to helm this poignant story. He has assembled a fantastic cast, who, along with a great design team have furnished us with an engrossing and thoroughly engaging evening of theatre. The story is based on the particulars of Markâ€™s ancestry, but it resonates in a truly universal way for us all. Enjoy.
David Saint Artistic Director
Productions sponsored by The Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation (from top-left clockwise): Bryan Cranston as Lyndon Baines Johnson in All The Way; Santino Fontana and Tony Shalhoub in a scene from Lincoln Center Theaterâ€™s production of Act One; Primary Stage production of Bronx Bombers; and Peter Gallagher, Kristin Chenoweth, Andy Karl, Michael McGrath and Mark Linn-Baker in On the Twentieth Century.
THE BLANCHE & IRVING LAURIE F O U N D AT I O N
GEORGE STREET PLAYHOUSE David Saint, Artistic Director Kelly Ryman, Managing Director Presents
The Immigrant by Mark Harelik Conceived by Mark Harelik and Randal Myler Directed by Jim Jack Scenic Design by Jason Simms Costume Design by Ásta Bennie Hostetter Lighting Design by Christopher J. Bailey Projection Design by Caite Hevner Original Music/Co-Sound Design by Scott Killian Co-Sound Design by Christopher Peifer Production Manager Christopher J. Bailey Production Stage Manager Samantha Flint* Casting by McCorkle Casting, Ltd.
March 12 – April 7, 2019
The Immigrant is sponsored by The Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation and Philip Kirstein & Melinda Raso Kirstein. Originally produced by Denver Center Theater The Immigrant is produced by special arragnement with Broadway Play Publishing, Inc., NYC. www.BroadwayPlayPub.com
In accordance with Actors’ Equity Association regulations, we remind you that all electronic devices, including pagers, cellular phones and watches must be turned off during the performance.
Grant funding has been provided by the Middlesex County Board of Chosen Freeholders through a grant award from the Middlesex County Cultural and Arts Trust Fund. Made possible by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, A Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts. George Street Playhouse is a constituent of the League of Resident Theatres (LORT) and a member of the New Jersey Theatre Alliance. The theatre operates under an agreement between LORT and Actors’ Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers in the United States, and is a member of the New Brunswick Cultural Center.
CAST in order of appearance Haskell Harelik
R. Ward Duffy*
Gretchen Hall* *- denotes member of Actors’ Equity Association.
Understudies: Joe Piserchio, Akoni Steinmann, Emma Wagner
The Immigrant is performed with one 15–minute intermission
The actors and stage managers employed in this production are members of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.
The director is a member of The Stage Directors and Choreographers Society, Inc., an independent national labor union.
The stage technicians of George Street Playhouse are proud members of IATSE Local 21.
The Scenic, Costume, Lighting and Sound Designers in LORT theatres are represented by United Scenic Artists Local USA-829, IATSE. The George Street Playhouse playbill is published five times a year by George Street Playhouse, Inc., a not-for-profit corporation. Please send advertising inquiries to George Street Playhouse, P. O. Box 194, New Brunswick, NJ 08903-0194, attn: Playbill Advertising.
COMPANY bios. R. Ward Duffy (Milton Perry) New York credits include Manhattan Theater Club, Lincoln Center, New Dramatists and the Cherry Lane Theatre among others. Regional credits include Speaking In Tongues (2012 Acclaim Award) Cincinnati Playhouse in The Park, Othello (2007 Arty Award) Pioneer Theatre Company, True West (Best Actor 2008 Best of the Suncoast) Banyan Theater Company; Rep of St. Louis, Indiana Rep, Missouri Rep, Asolo Rep, Merrimack Rep, Portland Center Stage, Old Globe, among others. Television and film credits include Madame Secretary, Blindspot, Blue Bloods, Law & Order: Criminal Intent and SVU, Shades Of Blue, You Can’t Have It All.
Gretchen Hall (Ima Perry) Theatre: Broadway: Stickfly. Off-Broadway: Saturn Returns, The Seventh Monarch. Regionally: A.C.T, The Old Globe, Shakespeare Theatre Company, Arena Stage, Theater Calgary, Shakespeare Santa Cruz, The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, Westport Country Playhouse, Dorset Theater Festival, Shakespeare on the Sound, Center Stage and The Continuum Company. Television: The Blacklist, The Path, Elementary, Person of Interest, Gossip Girl, Law & Order and Lipstick Jungle. Film: The Weekend and Almost in Love. Education: BA from Fordham University, MFA from NYU Graduate Acting. Ms. Hall is a faculty member at Seton Hall University.
Lauriel Friedman (Leah Harelik) New York: Vanity Fair, The Dingdong, The Winter’s Tale (Pearl Theatre Company); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (New York Classical Theatre); Fire (Theatre 54); The Merchant of Venice, The Two Gentlemen of Verona (Drilling Company). Regional: The Diary of Anne Frank (Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey); Pride and Prejudice, Peter Piper (Guthrie Theater). Workshops: New York Theatre Workshop, The Lark, Abingdon Theatre Company, Workshop Theater Company, National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene, and more. Training: Guthrie Theater B.F.A. Actor Training Program and London’s Globe Theatre Education. www.laurielfriedman.com
Benjamin Pelteson (Haskell Harelik) UPCOMING: Indecent (Oregon Shakespeare) THEATRE: Photograph 51 (EST), The Mines of Sulphur (City Opera), Wikipedia Plays (Ars Nova), King Lear, Cymbeline, Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window (Oregon Shakespeare), Disgraced (Denver Center), Merchant of Venice (Shakespeare Theatre), Peter and the Starcatcher, Dracula, Christmas Carol (Actors Theatre of Louisville), Murder of Isaac (Baltimore Centerstage), Angels in America (Wilma Theater), Lady Windermere’s Fan (Williamstown), Hamlet (Capital Rep), others. TV: Homeland, The Americans, The Blacklist, Unforgettable, Law & Order, StartUp, Silly Little Game. Barrymore Nominee for Outstanding Supporting Actor Louis in Angels in America. BFA Carnegie Mellon. www.benjaminpelteson.com
COMPANY bios. Jim Jack (Director) returns to directing for GSP’s mainstage following the critically acclaimed productions of My Name is Asher Lev in spring 2016 and Trying in 2018. Directing credits for GSP’s Educational Tour and Community-based programs include: Terra Incognita; Our Town Now; Gabi Goes Green!; Austin the Unstoppable; IRL: in real life; New Kid; Peacemaker; and Break the Chains. Additional New York and regional credits include: The Road; Where is Home?; The Way It Was; K2 (Drama Logue Award for Outstanding Direction); Life and Limb; The Dumb Waiter; and The Zoo Story. Jim is the Director of Education and Outreach for George Street Playhouse. Jason Simms (Set Designer) Productions at GSP include: Trying, American Son, Sex With Strangers, Venus in Fur and The Whipping Man. Other Regional Theaters include: Philadelphia Theatre Co., Bristol Riverside Theatre (Bristol, PA), People’s Light and Theatre, (Malvern, PA) Denver Center Theatre Co., TheatreWorks, Silicon Valley, Chautauqua Theatre Co. (Chautauqua, NY), Berkshire Theatre Group, The Old Globe (San Diego), Two River Theatre Co. (Red Bank, NJ), Pioneer Theatre Co. (Salt Lake City), and many others. New York venues include: The Public, The Cherry Lane, 2nd Stage Uptown, The Pearl Theatre Co., Ensemble Studio Theatre, Soho Playhouse, The New Ohio, and more. MFA: NYU, BFA: Cornish College of the Arts. Ásta Bennie Hostetter (Costume Designer) NYC: Usual Girls (Roundabout Underground), Dance Nation (Playwrights Horizon), Bobbie Clearly (Roundabout Underground), The Lucky Ones (Ars Nova). Miles for Mary (Playwrights Horizon), Porto (WP Theater), Wolves (Lincoln Center), The Rape of The Sabine Women (Playwrights Realm),
Fulfillment Center (MTC), John (Signature), Men on Boats (Playwrights Horizons), The Terrifying (Abrons Arts Center), 10 out of 12, Generations (Soho Rep) Regional: Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night (KCrep), El Coquí Espectacular (Two River), The Mystery of Love and Sex (Signature Theatre) Member of minor theater, Target Margin Theater, The Mad Ones. Christopher J. Bailey (Lighting Designer/ Production Manager) This season marks Mr. Bailey’s 21st at George Street Playhouse and 14th as its Production Manager, having previously served the Playhouse as Technical Coordinator and Sound and Lighting Manager. Recently for GSP was Lighting Designer for last season’s productions of Trying, and American Hero. Was also Lighting Designer for GSP’s production of Clever Little Lies, which moved to the Guild Hall Theatre in East Hampton and then off-Broadway to the Westside Theatre. His other designs for GSP includes 6 scenic designs and 9 sound designs for GSP’s Educational Touring productions, 27 lighting designs and 40 sound designs for GSP’s mainstage productions. Also, has designed for: Pearl Theatre, Barrington Stage, Premiere Stages, Bickford Theatre, Abingdon Theatre, Strand Theatre, Berkshire Theatre Festival, Two River Theater, Ashlawn Highland Opera, LKB Dance, Randy James Dance, Rand Theater, The Irish Repertory Theatre, Westport Country Playhouse, Long Wharf, Delaware Theatre Company, Jacob’s Pillow and more. Caite Hevner (Projection Designer) Broadway: In Transit. Selected offBroadway: Collective Rage, MCC; Derren Brown: Secret, Atlantic Theater Company; DISCORD, Primary Stages; Ugly Lies the Bone, Roundabout; Tail! Spin!,
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COMPANY bios. Lynn Redgrave Theater; My Mother Has 4 Noses, The Duke; Baghdaddy, St. Luke’s Theatre; Triassic Parq, Soho Playhouse; Orwell in America, 59E59; The Elephant in Every Room I Enter, New York Theater Workshop Next Door; Parade and The Scarlet Pimpernel, MCP/Lincoln Center. Select Regional: Guthrie, Seattle 5th Avenue, Kennedy Center’s Broadway Center Stage, Alley, Arena, McCarter, Williamstown, Alliance, Alabama Shakespeare, Baltimore Center Stage, Cleveland Play House, Dallas Theater Center, Pasadena Playhouse, Long Wharf, People’s Light. www.caitedesign.com. Scott Killian (Composer/Co-Sound Designer) The Immigrant marks Mr. Killian’s 22nd production at GSP, for which he is enormously grateful. Off-B’way: Manhattan Theatre Club: Sarah, Sarah; Five by Tenn; A Picasso (Lortel nom.); The Other Side. Red Bull Theatre: Volpone, Duchess of Malfi, Women Beware Women, Edward the Second. Rattlestick Theatre: Steve and Idi, Miss Julie. MCC: Side Effects. Many regional theatres, including: Berkshire Theatre Festival (Resident Composer–over 40 productions), Alley Theatre, Shakespeare Theatre (DC), Seattle Repertory Theatre, Cleveland Playhouse, Syracuse Stage, Cincinnati Playhouse, Huntington Theatre, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Original music for dance: Zvi Gotheiner (Resident Composer), Shapiro and Smith Dance (Resident Composer), Cherylyn Lavagnino, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, Nikolais-Louis Dance, The Jose Limon Company. Christopher Peifer (Co-Sound Designer) Sound Design: Intimate Apparel (Shakespeare and Company), Edward
the Second (Red Bull Theatre), Yellow Man (MTC); Composer, Sound Designer and Musical Director: Dark Hollow (16th NY Int’l Fringe Fest); Resident Sound Designer: BMCC/CUNY at Tribeca Performing Arts Center; Assisting Scott Killian: Final Follies (Primary Stages at Cherry Lane), Lost Lake (Berkshire Theatre Group), The Trial of Donna Caine and Mama’s Boy (George Street Playhouse), Sex with Strangers (GSP and Philadelphia Theatre Company), 8 designs at Westport Playhouse; TV: Mozart in the Jungle (musician); Music: Producer, songwriter (ASCAP), recording artist, touring musician. www.chrispei.com Samantha Flint (Stage Manager) Broadway: Venus in Fur (Manhattan Theatre Club). Off-Broadway: Final Follies, HIM (Primary Stages); 20th Century Blues; Measure for Measure, In the Wake, The Winter’s Tale, The Brother/Sister Plays (The Public). New York: The Infinite Hotel (Prototype Festival); The Night Falls (Project Springboard). Selected Regional: Murder on the Orient Express, Somewhere (Hartford Stage); Murder on the Orient Express, Noura, The Winter’s Tale, Herringbone, The Brother/Sister Plays (McCarter); ...Spelling Bee, Barefoot in the Park (Bucks County Playhouse); And A Nightingale Sang (Westport Country Playhouse); Bernstein’s Mass (Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra); Camelot (Two River Theater); June Moon, The Visit (Williamstown); The Playboy of the Western World (Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey). Education: The Theatre School at DePaul University. Matthew “Motl” Didner (Yiddish Dialect Coach) is the Associate Artistic Director of the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene. Associate Director Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish directed by Joel Grey,
COMPANY bios. currently at Stage42, co-director The Golden Bride (Drama Desk Award Nominated: Outstanding Revival of a Musical and Outstanding Direction of a Musical). Other directing credits include Fyvush Finkel Live! (Drama Desk Award– nominated: Outstanding Musical Revue), Robert Brustein’s The King of Second Avenue, The Megile of Itzik Manger, The Pushcart Peddlers, The Marriage Contract. Yiddish coach New York City Opera’s Angels in America and Untitled Pickle Comedy starring Seth Rogan. Ben Furey (Dialect Coach) Ben has worked on over 120 professional productions in North America and Europe. Broadway highlights include: The Nap, Curious Incident…, Billy Elliot, The Last Ship, Michael Moore…, The Encounter, Matilda,. Off-Broadway credits include productions at Barrow St, Atlantic Theater Company, Roundabout Theatre, Signature Theater. National tours include: Curious Incident…, Gentleman’s Guide…, Billy Elliot, Spamalot, Mamma Mia, West Side Story. Regional/ International includes: Hartford Stage, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Guthrie Theatre, Two River Theatre, Palm Beach DramaWorks, Canon (Toronto), Gate (Dublin), Colorado Shakespeare. Film/TV credits include Lost City of Z, Elementary, Blindspot, Vinetalk. Teaching: UNCSA, Juilliard. McCorkle Casting, Ltd. (Casting) Pat McCorkle (C.S.A.), Katja Zarolinski (CSA) have been the proud casting director of George Street Playhouse for over 20 years. Broadway: Over 50 productions; Amazing Grace, On The Town, End of the Rainbow, The Lieutenant Of Inishmore, The Glass Menagerie, Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, One Flew Over The
Cuckoo’s Nest, Amadeus, She Loves Me, Blood Brothers, A Few Good Men. OffBroadway: Over 60 original productions; Clever Little Lies, Becoming Dr. Ruth, Tribes, Our Town, Falling, Toxic Avenger, Freud’s Last Session, Almost Maine, Killer Joe, Driving Miss Daisy. Feature film: Senior Moment, Year by the Sea, Child of Grace, My Man is a Loser, Ghost Town, Secret Window, Tony and Tina’s Wedding, The Thomas Crown Affair, The 13th Warrior, Madeline, Die Hard with a Vengeance, School Ties, etc. Television: Twisted (ABC Family) humans for Sesame Street, Californication (Emmy nomination), Hack (CBS), The Education of Max Bickford (CBS), Chappelle’s Show, Strangers with Candy, Barbershop (Comedy Central) and series’ for Showtime, HBO, TMC. The Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation (Sponsor) was established in 1983 by New Brunswick philanthropist Irving Laurie. The Foundation supports a variety of projects across broad issue areas. The 2018/2019 program of cultural support currently includes the 2018/2019 Drew Forum – New Jersey’s most prestigious ongoing speakers series; Lincoln Center Theatre’s revival of My Fair Lady; the Roundabout Theatre revival of Kiss Me Kate; the public television series American Masters and the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s 56th Annual New York Film Festival. The Foundation was gratified to have been selected as the Outstanding Foundation of 2016 by the New Jersey Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals. It is proud to report that the Foundation has provided approximately $84,000,000 in grants to philanthropic endeavors, addressing the Foundation’s interest in the arts, education, health care and social services.
If 20-year-old Bowzie Brandon gives up a life– changing college scholarship to join the movement, he’ll have to convince his loved ones—and himself— that shaping his country’s future might be worth jeopardizing his own. Recipient of the 2017 Laurents/Hatcher Foundation Award.
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David Saint (Artistic Director) is in his 22nd season as Artistic Director of George Street Playhouse. He has directed 40 mainstage production at GSP, having most recently helmed this season’s The Trial of Donna Caine and last season’s American Hero; I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change; and An Act of God starring the legendary Kathleen Turner. His time here has been marked by collaborations with such artists as Keith Carradine, Tyne Daly, Rachel Dratch, Sandy Duncan, Boyd Gaines, A.R. Gurney, Uta Hagen, Jack Klugman, Dan Lauria, Kathleen Marshall, Elaine May, Anne Meara, David Hyde Pierce, Chita Rivera, Paul Rudd, Stephen Sondheim, Marlo Thomas, Eli Wallach and many others, including a remarkable partnership with Arthur Laurents. In addition, many new award-winning works have begun their life here during his tenure, such as The Toxic Avenger, Proof, The Spitfire Grill, Joe DiPietro’s Clever Little Lies and It Shoulda Been You. He has directed Final Follies at Primary Stages, Clever Little Lies at Guild Hall in East Hampton, N.Y., and off-Broadway at Westside Theatre, as well as the National Tour of West Side Story. In July 2016, he directed a two-night concert performance of West Side Story at the legendary Hollywood Bowl. He also has directed on Broadway, off-Broadway and regionally at Playwrights Horizons,
Manhattan Theatre Club, Primary Stages, McCarter, Williamstown, Seattle Rep, Pasadena Playhouse, Pittsburgh Public, Long Wharf and many others on premieres by writers such as Aaron Sorkin, Wendy Wasserstein, Peter Parnell, Jonathan Marc Sherman, Joe DiPietro and Jonathan Larson. He is the recipient of the Alan Schneider Award, Helen Hayes Award, L.A. Drama Critics Award, several DramaLogue Awards and is the President of The Laurents/ Hatcher Foundation. Kelly Ryman (Managing Director) is now in her 19th season at George Street Playhouse. In partnership with Production Manager Christopher Bailey, Ms. Ryman oversaw the planning, construction and operations of GSP’s 2017 move to the company’s interim home on Rutgers Cook Campus. As GSP’s Director of Marketing and PR from 2000 to 2013, Ms. Ryman spearheaded efforts that resulted in the top ten-highest grossing productions in the Playhouse’s history — including the hit musical It Shoulda Been You which moved to Broadway in 2015 and The Toxic Avenger which won a 2009 Outer Critics Circle Award for Best New Musical. She is a board member of New Brunswick City Center and an adjunct professor of Arts Business at Mercer County College. Ms. Ryman received ArtPrideNJ’s Leadership Award in 2012.
THE GALVESTON MOVEMENT The Galveston Movement operated between 1907 and 1914 to divert Jews fleeing the pogroms of Russia and eastern Europe away from congested communities of the Atlantic coast to the interior of the United States. The Jewish Immigrants’ Information Bureau directed the movement as a means of preventing an anticipated wave of anti-Semitism on the Eastern seaboard, which might have led to immigration restrictions. Several benevolent groups tried to find a southern port of entry to disperse the burgeoning population. The bureau considered three ports. Galveston, which was closer to job opportunities in the West, seemed the best choice. Besides its location, Galveston was a passenger port for Lloyds Shipping Company, which served the German port of Bremen, through which East European Jews traditionally left the continent. Groundwork for the Galveston Movement was shared by several Jewish organizations in America and Europe: the London-based Jewish Territorial Organization and the Jewish Emigration Society of Kiev with the reception and relocation activities of the Jewish Immigrants’ Information Bureau, based in Galveston. Rabbi Henry Cohen of Temple B’nai Israel in Galveston met almost all of the ships that carried Jewish immigrants and helped direct them to new homes in the interior. Despite the economic depression, 900 immigrants passed through Galveston before the end of 1907. The following year, only 106 came, and Jewish organizations worked hard to stimulate interest in absorbing the immigrants among the smaller communities across the United States. Within Texas, the focus was on Tyler, Texarkana, Marshall, and Palestine, since the railroad fare from Galveston to these towns, at the half-priced charity rate, was only four or five dollars. Recruiters stipulated that immigrants should be able-bodied laborers and skilled workers under the age of forty. The number of Hebrew teachers and kosher butchers was restricted in the belief that strict religious adherence would limit the immigrants’ ability to work and be assimilated. Teachers were deemed unskilled, though some entered, as did others, on the pretense that their skills or training met job needs. In 1909, a total of 773 Jews landed at Galveston, and by the following year 2,500 had sailed to the port, most originating in small towns. In 1911 some 1,400 arrived, only 2-percent of the total Jewish immigration to the United States in that year. By 1913 the situation had worsened. Merchants became concerned about competition from immigrants, and an increasing number of immigrating Polish Jews, who would not work on Saturday, reduced the waning
Top–clockwise: Galveston quarantine station, A PolishJewish immigrant arriving through Galveston, Galveston inspection card.
enthusiasm of American Jewish communities further. Three communities declined to take more; the representative from Cleburne, Texas, complained about the immigrants’ “exactions, fault-finding, and refusal to abide by the labor conditions upon which they come.” Throughout the period of the Galveston Movement, its chances of success were handicapped by continual infighting among the cooperating organizations on both sides of the Atlantic, by the unfavorable condition of the American economy, and by the restrictive attitudes and behavior of Galveston immigration authorities. Further, European Jews did not recognize Texas and the Southwest as the America of their dreams; the area satisfied no religious or nationalistic expectations. Between 1907 and 1914, when it ceased operation, the Jewish Immigrants’ Information Bureau brought 10,000 immigrants through Galveston, approximately one-third the number who migrated to the Holy Land during the same period. Handbook of Texas Online, Jane Manaster, “GALVESTON MOVEMENT,” accessed February 25, 2019, http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/umg01. Uploaded on June 15, 2010. Modified on May 24, 2016. Published by the Texas State Historical Association.
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Inspirersâ€™ Circle members are individual donors who provide core financial support for George Street Playhouseâ€™s Education Department. Their generous support helps to provide exceptional theatre arts education experiences for children and adults throughout New Jersey.
Anonymous Laura and Norm Baron
Susan Henoch and Jay Coggeshall, in Honor of Dee Henoch
James N. Heston
Mary and Patrick Callan
Lucy Hughes and Sean Devlin
Barbara and Stephen Jones
Richard DeLisi, PhD
Penelope Lattimer, PhD
Suzanne B. Engel
Lynn and Barry Sherman
Fran and Ken Stromsland
Joann and Kenneth Fisher
Lexine and Cuyler Tremayne
Judy and Jim Hancock
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George Street Playhouse gratefully acknowledges the generosity of the many individuals, corporations, foundations, organizations and government agencies whose gifts play a significant role in our mission to produce world-class theatre and to bring the power of theatre education programs to over 35,000 students each year. CORPORATIONS, FOUNDATIONS & GOVERNMENT CONTRIBUTORS EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS
($100,000 and Above)
($5,000 - $9,999)
The Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation The Horizon Foundation for New Jersey Johnson & Johnson The Laurents/Hatcher Foundation Middlesex County Office of Arts and History New Jersey State Council on the Arts Novo Nordisk Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
The Amboy Foundation Flemington Car & Truck Country The George Link, Jr. Charitable Trust Grounds for Sculpture Investors Foundation McCarter & English, LLP The Merrill G. and Emita E. Hastings Foundation Parker Home at Stonegate Sidney J. Harris Trust
PRODUCERS ($50,000 - $99,999)
The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation The Hyde and Watson Foundation The Karma Foundation The Shubert Foundation, Inc.
($2,500 - $4,999)
($20,000 - $49,999)
($1,000 - $2,499)
Bank of America Charitable Foundation Bloomberg Philanthropies The Provident Bank Foundation Rutgers Community Health Foundation RWJ Barnabas Health Union Foundation
20th Century Fox The Actors Fund Albert Garlatti Construction Co. Inc. Borden Perlman Salisbury & Kelly Boston Properties The Campbell Family Foundation Cushman & Wakefield Edgewood Properties EisnerAmper LLP Engel and Devlin, P.C. Fox Rothschild LLP Fund for the New Jersey Blind, Inc. The Gordon and Llura Gund Foundation International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 456 LCK Wealth Advisors Merrill Lynch & Co. NJP Associates Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 9
ASSOCIATE PRODUCERS ($10,000 - $19,999) Bristol-Myers Squibb E. J. Grassmann Trust Nassau Communications PNC Foundation PSE&G Robert Wood Johnson III Fund #2 of the Princeton Area Community Foundation TD Bank Wells Fargo Foundation WithumSmith+Brown
Anela Kolohe Foundation The Fred C. Rummel Foundation The Morey Family Foundation, Inc.
Saint Peter’s University Hospital Auxiliary Somerset Health Care Foundation William Morris Endeavor
BACKERS ($500 - $999) Actors Equity Foundation, Inc. Franklin Mutual Insurance Glenmede Trust Company Hoagland, Longo, Moran, Dunst & Doukas, LLP I.A.T.S.E Local #21 Mazars USA LLP New Brunswick City Market New Brunswick Cultural Center New Brunswick Parking Authority New Jersey Theatre Alliance RBC Wealth Management Rutgers Office of Community Affairs Schenck, Price, Smith, & King LLP Universal Mailing Service
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THANK YOU for your support INDIVIDUAL CONTRIBUTORS PRODUCING DIRECTORS ($20,000 and Above) Joan and Robert Campbell Joann and Ken Fisher Sharon Karmazin The Honorable Thomas H. Kean James N. Heston The Family of Robert Wood Johnson, Jr. Elizabeth and Arthur Roswell Marlene and Anthony Volpe
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS ($10,000 - $19,999) Anonymous Lucy Hughes and Sean Devlin Peter Jewell and Fred Eisinger Mindy Raso Kirstein and Phil Kirstein David Saint Lora and William Tremayne
PRODUCERS ($5,000 - $9,999) Anonymous Laura Z. Baron Isa and Michael Beck Elaine and Robert Ciatto Dina Elkins David M. Greene Mary and Edward Hartnett Cecelia and Seward Johnson Lorraine Knapp Penelope E. Lattimer, Ph.D. Nancy and Duncan MacMillan Mark McMahon and Roberto Silva Moreira Lisa Moro and Alan Voorhees Elizabeth Otterbein Ellen Ozur and Stuart Brown Dorothy and Norman Politziner Enza and W. Burton “Tripp” Salisbury Jocelyn Schwartzman Margaret Styne Lexine and Cuyler Tremayne
CO-PRODUCERS ($2,500 - $4,999) Edward S. Atwater Lois and Ronald Bleich W. John Bauer and Nancy Boucher William V. Engel William Hagaman Barbara and Stephen Jones Tillie and Bob Kahle Leonard Littmann Amy Mansue Rita Paszamant
Richard Patt Janice G.and Lewis Stolar Gabriella and Stephen M. Vajtay
Bob Virgadamo Nancy and Edward Winant Michele and George Wolansky
($1,000 - $2,499)
($500 - $999)
Anonymous Regina Belowsky Walter Bradhering and Daniel Kluchinski Joan and Robert Bramson Mary and Patrick Callan Josi Irene Callan-Cole Laura Cahill and the Honorable James Cahill Carol Ciorciari MaryLou and Alfred D’Augusta Richard DeLisi D’Maris and Joseph F. Dempsey Lillian and Michael Dipiazza Barbara and Paul Eggermann Suzanne Engel David Feigley Lyn and David Fasanella Jennie and John Fischer Susan Forman and Richard Lehne Susan Garruto Marc Gonzer Clara and John Grosso Sharon and Mark Gruber Susan Henoch and Jay Coggeshall, in Honor of Dee Henoch Lorraine and Robert Henry Jean and Claude Heller Chip Hoever and Dan Mackey John Hoffman Kathleen Campbell Jackson Suzanne and Steve Kalafer Leslie and Tom Kelso Ruth and Charles T. Larsson Nancy L. and Arthur E. Lee Laura and Joel Leizer Laura and Dean B. Livingston Pamela and Andrew Lovasz David Lumia Amy and Michael Moorby Ann and Robert Rafano Christine Renz and Noah R. Levy Adrienne and Andrew Ross Alan Rothschild Carole and Stephen Schneider Lynn and Barry Sherman Ben Sifuentes-Jáuregui and Mark Trautman Marilyn R. Steiner, in Honor of Sharon Karmazin Judy and Ed Stier Fran and Ken Stromsland Renee Troiano Margaret Velden
Anonymous Frank Bolden Nancy Brannigan Thomas Carr Kathleen and Tom Carral Carol Condon Jerome Deener Leo Devine Patrick J.Diegnan, Jr. Joe DiPietro Nancy and Richard Engle Rick Engler and Brad Caswell Ellen Frede and Steven Barnett Bobbi and Barry Freedman Phyllis and William Garro Wilma and Arthur Gelfand Willard Geller Paula and Jack Gentempo Lisa Goldstein and Ira Novak Julie and Robert Goldstein Midge Golin Margaret and Thomas Gorrie Robert Grant Muriel Grimmett-Ray Illana and Mauricio Gutierrez Beth and Martin Hammer Elizabeth and James Hance Nancy and Richard Hines Ellen and George Horowitz Susan and Jeffrey Hyman Karen and Ronald Joho Joyce and William Jonat Michelle and Reed Kean Irene and Steven Lieberman Adele and Joseph Macula Barbara and Robert Martalus Michael Mastro Joan Barry and Richard L. McCormick Joy and Thomas McPartland Doreen Molloy and John Manfred Daphne and Steve Mishkin Maria and Abel Moreyra Lila Napier Robert Nolan Marlene and Michael Nissenblatt Mary and Ted Petti Mona and Barry Portnoy Karen and Robert Predale Bethany and Jonathan Rabinowitz Julie and Rob Rafano Dr. Christine Robbins Marie and Marshall Rosen Karen and Henry Ross Marguerite and Rene Schlag Randy Schwartzman Sue and Evan Schwartzman
CONTRIBUTORS Barbara and Howard Sorkin Willa and Michael Spicer Sheila and Raymond Testa Alan Weller Caroline S. and F. Helmut Weymar Dee and Herbert Williams Wendy and Warren Zimmerman
($250 - $499) Marci and Martin Abschutz Ellen Berman Karen A. Beverly Jacqueline Brendel Mr. and Mrs. Terrill Brenner Christine and Benjamin Bucca Andrea and James Carroll Linda and Ted Choplick Lynnette Durko Dina and Peter Engler Elaine and Bill Flynn Mark Froelich and Doug Otrimski Stephen Garvey Laura Graumann Nancy Greenberger Stacy Greenblatt Margaret Grove Irwin Hametz Robert Hartmann Evelyn Hartmann Valerie and Nathaniel Hartshorne Kenneth Kaufman Gregory King Pat and Roger Klein Joseph Kosmo Susanne and Alexander Kucsma Valerie Laporte and David Burns Nicky and Paige Lâ€™Hommedieu Lanny and Lee Livingston Kyle Lucas Carolyn and Frank Lumia Kathleen Mattingly Richard McAdams John McEwen Mary Ann McLaughlin John Mortenson Lilia and Roberto Muniz Barbara Nathan Brenda Overcash and Thomas West Cori and Jim Palmere Kimberly and Gregory Parris Mary Reece Stephen L. Ritz Rita Seplowitz Saltz Arline Schwartzman Merle Soroco and Steven Rifkin Jerry Stiller Joel Studebaker Bonnie and David Sudol Patrica Sullivan Gail and James Szeluga Richard Teneyck Blanquita B. Valenti Dan Vickery
as of January 1, 2019 Adam White Caroline Willard Joanne and Allan Williams
($100 - $249) Carol Adelman Arda Agulian and Ron Russo Nancy and William Ainslie Deborah Alexander Jennifer Allen Mr. and Mrs. Marc L. Alterman Anonymous Joan Appelson Carol and Thomas F. Arnold Janet and Alan Arnowitz Silvia Ascarelli Maryjane Austin Peggy Barbella Edward Barret Jackie and Phillip K. Barrood Shirley and Stuart Bauer Diane and David Beni Edythe Ben-Israel Sandra Bergelson and Gerald Pomper Anne Berry Dorothea Berkhout and Paul Breitman Susan and Alan Blanchette Karen and David Blivaiss Nancy and Russell Block Stephen Boguchwal Marie and Bob Boswell Bill Braden Jody and Phil Bramson Shelley Brankner Marvin Brauth Diane Brink Leah and Peter Brown Eileen and John Bufe Jennifer and Richard Bullock Joanne and James Bunce Joanna Burger Joan C. and Gary I. Busman John Byrne Mary Cardinale Marilyn and Charles M. Carroll Robert Checchio and Linda Jadach Carol U. and Lewis B. Coe Ellen and Ted Cohen Marjorie Cohen Sylvia and Howard Cohen Sheila Cooper Mark Corso Elizabeth Counselman Ellen and Cliff Cramer Wendy Cotton Robert Daly Charles T. and Melissa J. Daniel Natalie Darwin Nancy and Jeff Davis Norman Diamond Ellen and Richard Diamond Betty and Paul Dicker David Drinkwater and Jonathan Mills Katherine Dulan Dana and Phil Dumont Joseph Ercolino Paulette Ewert Sondra Fechtner
Paula and Irwin Feifer Joseph J. Filep, Jr. Julia Foulk Marie Foucher and Daniel D. Hyman Bonnie and William Fox Barbara and Sheldon Freidenreich Nancy and Harvey Fruchter Judith E. Gardner Stacey and David Garfield Pat Gatti Joyce and Alvin Glasgold Carol and Jack Goldberg Rona and Garry Goldberg Susan and Eric Goldman Joel Goldsmith Marjorie and Bruce Goldstein Dr. Vera Goodkin Marlene and Joel Gordon Elizabeth and Roy Gotta Cynthia A. Graney Stacie Grant Bruce Greenberg Marcia Greenberg Judy and Michael Greenwood Ed Grossman in Honor of Jimmy Roberts Brenda Hagan James Hastings Elaine Hathaway Dorothy and George Heinze Lucille Heller Ellen and Joel Henkin Deborah Herman and Shelby Wells Leona Himmel Blanche Hoffman Laura and James Holdsworth Frederick Holt Bernice and Robert Howatt Rachel and Jeff Humphrey Pamela Imbimbo Edna Ingold Jim Jack Kevin Janis and George Kupczak Marilyn Jeris Janice and Sherry Johnson Dr. and Mrs. Frank Jones Edward and Lynn Josell Maxine and Mark Kasdin Liz and Murray Katz John P. Khouri Elisabeth and Donald King Ilene and David Klein Terry Kohl Gail Kohn Jackie Kreuger Evelyn and George Lander Kathleen Larkin and Frank Sonnenberg Paul Leath Ann and John Lech Mr. and Mrs. Michael Levine Karen and David Levinsky Rita and Philip Levy Marlaine Lockheed and Steven Frakt Barbara and Milton Loeb Sara Logan Kathleen Love Barbara and Robert Lowry Stanley Marcus Ruth and Michael Margolin
THANK YOU for your support Joanne M. and Tom Marino Ellen Martin Charles Martino Michael May Cheryl and Jeff McBride Wendy McCahill Elaine and William McClure Beth Mehler Susan and Jack Meola Sharon and Vance Merolla Donna and Stanley Messer Marion Mezzetti Joan and Rabbi Bennett Miller Michele and Irwin Millinger Linda and Hassan Minor Karol and Wayne Morrison Bruce Moskovitz and John Felllin Beverly Muldoon Michael Muller Jim Mulroy Judith S. Musicant Suzanne S. Nacson Carol Natarelli Barbara and Kurt Nathan Randi Neuman Debbie and Henry E. Newman Dennis O’Dea Eugene F. O’Neill T. Oravetz Tracey O’Reggio Anita and Harry Paborsky
Glenn M. Parker Margaret and Harry Perrin Barbara and Jim Petrosini Donna Pincavage Rosemary and Robert Polak, in Honor of Paul Charles Buckley George F. Poppe III Joan Pritchard Dr. and Mrs. Norbert Psuty Ellen O. Rebarber Maureen and Frank Rees Alberto Rivas Ruth Robinson Barbara and David Rosen Buena Rosenbloom Barbara Roth Mildred Safar Diane and Powell Saks Karen Satterthwaite Barbara Schafer Cory and Stanley Schneider Patricia Schneider and Roger Smith Dr. and Mrs. Ronald S. Schotland Kathy and Ken Schurzky Susette Schwartz and Marvin Brauth Todd and Tara Schwartzman Lynn and John Semmlow Lurlee Shutkin and Donald White Marjorie Shakun Douglas Shepler Victoria and Michael Shernicoff
Pat Shiffner Rachel and Michael Silverstein Harvey B. Singer Karen and Sheldon Singer Elaine and Gene Sletvold Christine Sohn Ann Solomon Cecile Spector Patricia and Robert Spencer Willa and Michael Spicer Raymond Spyrko Ronnie and Drew Staffenberg Larry Stein Joanne Stern Toni and Edward Stern Robert Stone Eugenie and Theodore Taub Beverly Teich Donald Thomas Marie Thompson Joseph Tinley The Verdi Family Janet Waanders Rhoda Wagman Bonnie and Allan Warton Bob Warwick Neil and Vicki Weisfeld Barbara Westergaard Jon Winer Philip Witt Anita H. Wolfson
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Current Matching Gift Companies Supporting the Playhouse Bristol-Myers Squibb GE Corporation Goldman Sachs The Horizon Foundation for New Jersey IBM Corporation Johnson & Johnson
Merck Company Merrill Lynch & Co Pfizer Prudential Foundation Robert Wood Johnson Foundation UBS
Official Florist of George Street Playhouse The areaâ€™s most unique floral & gift accessory shop Weddings & Special Events Imported soaps - candles - home decor - gourmet and kosher baskets 732-828-1107 www.robertsflorals.com Mark Froehlich - Doug Otrimski
GEORGE STREET PLAYHOUSE GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGES THE FOLLOWING GIFTS GIVEN IN MEMORIAM In Memory of Stephanie Bramson
In Memory of Michael Portnoy
Janice, Lewis, and Landon Stolar
In Memory of Joseph Ciorciari
In Memory of Jerome G. Rose
Mary Botteon Nancy Catena Rick Engler and Brad Caswell Denise and Ashley Ruikis
In Memory of Julian Wilner Barbara Wilner
In Memory of Judi Like Burt Like
In Memory of Al Nacson Margaret and Andrew Burke Annie and Andy Berger Barbara Day and Bob Strosnider Sharon Grossman and Pat Crago Winifred and Edward Haymes Sue and John Janssen Megan and Rich Kacrinsky Phoebe Klein Carol Kumhall Daniel Levin
Lauren Bacall* Roger Berlind Lois and Ronald Bleich Paddy Briglio Tyne Daly Joe DiPietro Holly and Orlando Esposito Freddie and Myrna Gershon David M. Greene David Hatcher Marcia Hefter Shirley Herz* James N. Heston Winnie Holzman and Paul Dooley
Betty Wold Johnson Sharon Karmazin The Honorable Thomas H. Kean Jonathan Lomma Judith A. McDowell Anne Meara* and Jerry Stiller Karen S. Price David Saint Jocelyn Schwartzman Stephen Sondheim The Streisand Foundation Margaret Styne Lora and Bill Tremayne Ralph W. Voorhees* * â€“ deceased
ARTHUR LAURENTS MEMORIAL FUND DONORS
For Your Information GSP is located at 103 College Farm Road, New Brunswick, NJ 08901 www.GeorgeStreetPlayhouse.org â€˘ Box Office: 732-246-7717 AUDIO-DESCRIBED PERFORMANCES
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
The audio-described performances for patrons with visual impairments are at 8pm on:
If necessary, patrons are asked to leave cell phones with the bartender or House Manager, along with their seat location.
The Immigrant, March 28 Too Heavy for Your Pocket, May 9
Please call the Box Office, 732-246-7717, for further information. Large print and Braille brochures and programs are available upon request. Audio-described performances are made possible by support from Fund for the New Jersey Blind, Inc.
The exit indicated by the red light and sign nearest to the seat you occupy is the shortest route to the street. In the event of a fire or other emergency, please do not run, WALK TO THE EXIT.
CAPTIONED PERFORMANCES The captioned performances for patrons with hearing impairments are at 2pm on:
George Street Playhouse maintains a policy of not cancelling performances due to inclement weather, except in the event a State of Emergency has been declared by the State or Local Government.
The Immigrant, March 30 Too Heavy for Your Pocket, May 11
LATE SEATING POLICY
Patrons are encouraged to bring iPods OR Smartphones to experience the captioning. George Street Playhouseâ€™s accessible programming is made possible in part by Fund for the New Jersey Blind, Inc., the Gordon and Llura Gund Foundation, the William G. and Helen C. Hoffman Foundation, the Hyde and Watson Foundation, the Union Foundation, and the E.J. Grassmann Trust.
ASSISTIVE LISTENING SYSTEM For patrons who have a hearing impairment, light-weight, comfortable, padded earbuds and receivers are available. George Street Playhouse offers all people equal access and opportunities to participate in its services, programs and activities. If any individual requires special assistance or assistive technology, please contact the Patron Services Manager at 732-246-7717 as far in advance of the program as possible.
The theatre is open to the public one half-hour prior to the performance. In consideration of all patrons, latecomers will be seated at the discretion of House Management. Late patrons will be seated in the best available seating at an appropriate break or interval during the performance.
RECORDING EQUIPMENT Due to copyright and union regulations and restrictions, still cameras, video cameras or any type of recording equipment is not permitted at any time in the theatre and will be confiscated.
SMOKING The Playhouse is a smoke-free environment. There is no smoking in the building. If you wish to smoke, you may do so outside where there are ashtrays available.
STAFF David Saint, Artistic Director • Kelly Ryman, Managing Director
ARTISTIC Producing Associate Casting
DEVELOPMENT Scott Goldman McCorkle Casting, Ltd.
Assistant Director of Education and Outreach
Christa Cillaroto Manager of Tour and Academy Programs Diana Gundacker Touring Programs Associate Lucas Pinner Education Administrative Assistant Angela Peletier Resident Teaching Artist/ Project Coordinator Annie Rutherford Lutz 2018/19 – Touring Cast Eileen Doan Joe Piserchio Akoni Steinmann Emma Wagner Stage Manager Allison Schiller Teaching Artists Dustin Ballard Laura Bozzone Carol Foose Brooke Garfinkle Emily Goggin Sam Leichter Annie Rutherford Lutz Rachel Matusewicz Angela Peletier Lucas Pinner Dave Seamon Jaime Ward
MARKETING & PUBLIC RELATIONS Director of Marketing & Public Relations Rick Engler Assistant Director of Marketing & Public Relations
Matthew Holowienka Sales and Patron Services Manager Molly Sullivan Graphic Designer/Marketing Associate Mark Kieran Group Sales Associate Megan Cherry Photographer T. Charles Erickson
PATRON SERVICES & BOX OFFICE House Manager Patron Services
Development Associate, Institutional Relations
Development Associate, Donor Relations Megan Shook
EDUCATION Director of Education and Outreach
Director of Development
Lolly Schenck Emily Dzioba Sean Fowley Ashley Hobbs Kiersten Morgan Cassidy Nogueira Jack Tomy
FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION Director of Finance Data and Special Projects Manager Business Assistant
Karen Price Shakera Blakney Lynne Holton
PRODUCTION Production Manager
Christopher J. Bailey
Company Manager/ Assistant Production Manager
SETS Technical Director
Assistant Technical Director Master Carpenter Carpenters Scenic Charge
Marc Vogt Matthew Schmutz Frank Giamella Theodore Hoelter Stone Coggins James Hancocks
PROPERTIES Properties Master Assistant Properties Master Deck Hand
Helen Tewksbury Shannon White Andre Penn
COSTUMES Costume Shop Manager Assistant Costume Shop Manager
Andrea Ohnesorge Tinea Abdallah
Wardrobe Supervisor/ Costume Shop Assistant
SOUND & ELECTRICS Master Electrician Sound Engineer
Tommy Williamson Ted Crimy
Assistant Master Electrician and Lighting Console Operator
FOR THIS PRODUCTION Assistant Stage Manager Associate Lighting Designer Assistant Costume Designer Assistant Projection Designer Projection Supervisor Yiddish Dialect Coach Dialect Coach Dresser A2/ Stage Hand
Jennie Davies Jason Flamos Megan Rutherford Mitchell Hoover Andrew Gusciora Motl Didner Ben Furey Courtney Smith Jorge Baez
Russian-Jewish emigrant Haskell Harelik arrives at the port of Galveston, Texas in 1909 seeking refuge from his homeland. With only his ban...
Published on Mar 14, 2019
Russian-Jewish emigrant Haskell Harelik arrives at the port of Galveston, Texas in 1909 seeking refuge from his homeland. With only his ban...