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MISSION Gulfshore Playhouse is passionately committed to enriching the cultural landscape of our region by producing professional theatre to the highest artistic standards and providing unique educational opportunities to diverse groups of people in a spirit of service, adventure, and excitement. Our work is inspired by a belief in the magic of theatre to expand the imagination, challenge the senses, provoke discussion, and revitalize in our audience an understanding of our common humanity. This belief drives the care with which we treat our artists, audiences, students, staff, and members of the greater community.

COVER: Monica Rae Summers Gonzalez, Jack Berenholtz | SCAPINO THIS PAGE: Jeffrey Binder and Phillip Taratula | SCAPINO


TABLE of CONTENTS From the Founder...5 History...7 Behind-the-Scenes...8 Welcome to the Future...10 Spotlight on 2017-2018...14 Financial Report...16 Consecutive Giving...18 Productions...20 A Loverly Tea/Share the Love...25 Education...26 Golf Tournament..28 Bubbles, Baubles & Broadway Gala...29 Sponsors...30 Playhouse Partners...31

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Claire Brownell | A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE


FROM THE FOUNDER

The 2017-2018 season was filled with surprises, challenges, tremendous success, and exciting progress. I am deeply humbled and gratified by the support shown us by our patrons, donors, and the wonderful visitors to our region. We made great strides and accomplished so much, and that was all made possible because of you, the legion of supporters who continue to walk beside us on this beautiful, art-filled journey. I invite you to think back to the beginning of the 17-18 season which started with a first: Hurricane Irma blew through Naples and, sadly, we were forced to cancel both our New Works Festival and our first production of the season. Thanks to a terrific collaboration with the City of Naples, we were not only able to open our second production early, but this enabled us to offer free tickets to our brave first responders throughout the run. This natural disaster tested our community’s resilience. The recovery strengthened both the people of Naples and the fabric of our region.

The season was filled with other “firsts.” Jeffrey Binder’s foray into playwriting, his adaptation of Moliere’s Scapin, now called Scapino, a world premiere that went on to become the highest-grossing show in Gulfshore Playhouse history. This was followed by another world premiere, straight out of our New Works Festival, Miss Keller Has No Second Book by the wonderful playwright/actress Deb Hiett. Gulfshore Playhouse Education grew exponentially in the 2017-2018 season, serving over 11,000 students throughout the region. We launched Community Blueprint, an effort through which we partner with other incredible cultural organizations in our community. In Flight: The Story of Sabine Van Dam, a small play based on a true story of a local Holocaust survivor created in partnership with the Holocaust Museum, toured classrooms, churches, and other venues across Lee and Collier Counties to tell Sabine’s incredible story and discuss relevant issues such as peace-making, consequences, and making better life choices. Starcrossed, a collaboration with The Naples Philharmonic, brought a fully-orchestrated version of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet to life for the entire 11th grade of Collier County School District. This was the first opportunity to see a live performing arts event for many of the 3,000 students we served over four performances. On top of this, we continued to provide both our ThinkTheatre programs in the Title 1 schools, as well our STAR Academy summer programming, which included two full-scale productions: The Little Mermaid, for kids aged 6-14, and our Teen Conservatory production of The Secret Garden. In November of 2017 we closed on three acres of land on Goodlette-Frank Road and 1st Avenue South. This is the ideal location for our landmark cultural building that will welcome visitors and residents throughout the day into a welcoming atmosphere sporting a Broadway-sized Mainstage, a Studio Theatre, and an Education Wing replete with VIP Lounge and terrace, a bar/café, rehearsal rooms, classrooms, comfortable seating, and state-of-the-art technology. A nationwide search resulted in the announcement of the architects who will design this important building: H3/Arquitectonica, who have designed such masterpieces as Lincoln Center, The Signature Theatre, Denver Center for the Performing Arts, and The Miami-Dade Cultural Center. We revealed initial concept designs at our Annual Gala and were astounded by the outpouring of support and excitement our vision created. Thank you. All of this is made possible thanks to your support and with the goal of enhancing your quality of life here in Naples through offering stimulating, enriching, and entertaining professional theatre right in your own backyard. You inspire us to do better with every passing year, and it is my honor to serve you. Warm regards,

Kristen Coury Founder and CEO

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Jamil Mangan and Felicia Curry | THE MOUNTAINTOP


HISTORY Gulfshore Playhouse, Naples’s premiere professional theatre, was incorporated as a 501(c)3 not-for-profit professional theatre on May 21, 2004 in Naples, Florida. Gulfshore Playhouse works with the Actors’ Equity Union on an SPT 10 Contract, United Scenic Artists’ Union (USA), and the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society (SDC). In 2004, after spending many years in New York City working for Broadway producers, Kristen Coury moved to Naples and founded Gulfshore Playhouse because she saw a niche in the local arts community that could be filled by creating a professional, selfproducing theatre. She was determined to bring Broadway-quality theatre to Naples by hiring the best professional actors and designers from New York and around the country. In 2006, Gulfshore Playhouse premiered its first fullscale production: Oleanna by Pulitzer Prize-winner David Mamet, starring Tony Award-nominee Alan Campbell. It was at this time that the Norris Center, a municipal building run by the City of Naples, became available. With an intimate 200-seat performance venue, as well as the necessary classrooms and storage space, it was a perfect home for a young theatre company. Aside from the work being done on stage, the opportunity finally arose to establish an education program that could provide unique and essential opportunities to the children of Southwest Florida. Gulfshore Playhouse conducted an assessment/ survey of area schools to determine what type of arts practice existed and how, if at all, it was being used to deliver content curriculum. When the results of the survey revealed that nothing similar existed in the region and that there was significant interest by the area educators, the program formerly known as ART SMART was created. Now known as ThinkTheatre, this program is a unique program in the State of Florida, providing in-school residencies offered free of charge to Title 1 schools which combine content curriculum with arts integration. In order to provide even more opportunities for children in the region, Gulfshore Playhouse proudly debuted its STAR Academy after-school and summer programs in 2009.

Over the next six years, Gulfshore Playhouse expanded its staff, season of professional programming, educational offerings, and reputation in Naples as a premiere artistic home catering to performers, designers, and audiences from around the country. In 2012, the Playhouse proudly announced six full productions spanning the entire season from October to April and inaugurated its New Works Festival, which brought playwrights, directors, and actors from around the country to nurture the growth of new plays. Furthering its commitment to fostering and producing New Works, the 2013-14 season saw Gulfshore Playhouse produce its first World Premiere – The God Game, by Suzanne Bradbeer. 2014-15 saw another World Premiere – The Butcher, by Gwydion Suilebhan. This critical success and audience favorite grew directly out of the New Works Festival implemented just a season before. By 2014, the growing staff had outgrown its 300 square foot office space in the Norris Center and moved to a 2100 square foot office suite located above the FGCU Renaissance Academy on the corner of 10th Street and 5th Avenue, where it remains today. In 2016, Gulfshore Playhouse announced a $10 million matching gift from philanthropists and longtime benefactors of the theatre, Patty and Jay Baker. This extraordinary gift ignited a multi-million dollar Capital Campaign designed to build a state-of-theart Tony Award-winning professional theatre and education center. In 2017, a three-acre plot of land was purchased at the corner of 1st Avenue South and Goodlette-Frank Road to house the future state-of-the-art theatre and education center. This excellent location will ensure Gulfshore Playhouse’s legacy as the gateway to downtown for generations to come.

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BEHIND-THE-SCENES BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Robert Harden, Board Chair Steve Akin, Vice-Chair • Patty Baker • Kristen Coury David Drobis • Nizar N. Ghoussaini • Donald J. Gunther, Emeritus Jason Hunter Korn • Don McCulloch • Sandi Moran • Jack Nortman Tony Panzica • Gail Kern Paster • Tennille Sevigny

FULL-TIME STAFF ARTISTIC

Kristen Coury, Producing Artistic Director Jeffrey Binder, Associate Artistic Director Audrey Zielenbach, Artistic Content Curator Ashley Brooks, Assistant to the Producing Artistic Director

ADMINISTRATIVE

Joel Markus, Managing Director Alyson McCoy, General Manager Daniel Gonzalez, Bookkeeper Makenzie Hinrichs, Company Manager Vivian Brackett, Audience Services Coordinator

EDUCATION

Hester Kamin, Director of Education

DEVELOPMENT

Jeanne Sigler, Capital Campaign Director Jan Fernandez, Director of Development Operations Kelly Colligan, Manager of Donor Relations Dani O’Callahan, Manager of Events

PRODUCTION

Emily Malmborg, Production Manager Alex K, Technical Director Jennifer Bronsted, Costume Shop Manager Renee Baker, Assistant Costume Shop Manager Graham Zellers, Lighting Designer Jonathan Borgia, Props Designer Kaique de Souza, Sound Engineer Kelli Tysinger, Scenic Charge Artist As of April 23, 2019


NOTHING BETTER ON BROADWAY!” —SID SIMON SANIBEL-CAPTIVA ISLANDER

Hanley Smith | LEADING LADIES

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WELCOME TO THE FUTURE

EXTERIOR CONCEPT RENDERING


OF GULFSHORE PLAYHOUSE This was a banner year for Gulfshore Playhouse, and giant leaps forward made over the past fiscal year have brought us ever closer to achieving our dream. This dream has been kindled by a visionary Founder, a determined Board of Directors, talented staff and visiting artists, and an ever-growing community of loyal patrons. It is thrilling to witness that dream become a reality.

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In 2015, just over 10 years after Gulfshore Playhouse’s founding, we embarked on a feasibility study in order to determine whether a building project could be successful. The results came back that Naples was fertile ground for just this kind of project. In winter of 2016, we were thrilled to announce a generous $10 million matching gift from local philanthropists and longtime Gulfshore Playhouse benefactors, Patty and Jay Baker. It was this landmark gift that truly propelled us into the next stage. Following the Baker’s foundational gift, it became priority number one to find the perfect plot of land. We searched diligently for a location that would best suit the needs of the Playhouse and the community. Even Hurricane Irma in early September of 2017 couldn’t stop our progress for long. Just two months later, the final papers were signed and by the end of November, Gulfshore Playhouse was the proud owner of a three-

STUDIO THEATRE CONCEPT RENDERING

Interior of a Kabuki theatre, by Utagawa Toyokuni, c. 1800

acre plot of land at Goodlette-Frank Road and 1st Avenue South. We determined this is the ideal spot, a place where a cultural destination can serve as a new ‘gateway’ to downtown Naples. The Playhouse will greet visitors driving south on Goodlette-Frank and as part of the developing Naples Square area. It will help extend downtown Naples further to the east. Next order of business: deciding who would be designing our dream home. A long and thorough interview process revealed H3, a firm within Arquitectonica, as the clear winner. Responsible for designing landmark theaters in New York City and across the country, such as the Lincoln Center Theater, Radio City Music Hall, and the Denver Performing Arts Complex, we knew H3 was the right fit for this project. This was reaffirmed when we revealed the first design concept renderings at our Annual Gala in March 2018. H3’s beautiful design captures the white sand beaches


REHEARSAL/EVENT HALL CONCEPT RENDERING

and golden sunsets of Naples in its captivating and unique design, which promises to become a landmark in Southwest Florida.

feature an Education Wing complete with classrooms and rehearsal space, allowing us to welcome even more children, teens and adults into our programs.

The interior of the building is a physical manifestation of Gulfshore Playhouse’s values and reputation. Its large, airy lobby will be a gathering place for patrons and artists to meet and connect with one another. The highlight of the space, our 350-seat proscenium mainstage theatre, will allow the Playhouse to expand its repertoire, mounting larger, more technically advanced productions capabilities, while sacrificing none of the intimacy patrons have come to expect. The playgoers experience will be enhanced in every way. In addition, a smaller flexible studio theatre will allow expanded programming with more productions, more varied programming and educational opportunities. The new building will also

The process of building a permanent cultural institution is an exciting one. It demands careful and inispired planning, extended fundraising efforts, and singular focus. We are all eagerly awaiting the day the doors will open on our first production in our new space. As we complete schematic design and lean into our Next Stage Capital Campaign, it is worth reflecting on just how far we’ve come. This building is only possible because all of us dared to dream of a brighter future, and care enough to leave a legacy to this special community. —Jeanne Sigler, Capital Campaign Director

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SPOTLIGHT ON 2017-2018

• Purchased a three-acre plot of land at the corner of Goodlette-Frank Road and 1st Avenue South. • Debuted two World Premiere productions in spring 2018: Scapino by Jeffrey Binder and Miss Keller Has No Second Book by Deb Hiett. Scapino became Gulfshore Playhouse’s highest grossing production of all time! • Piloted two community partnership programs: In Flight: The Story of Sabine Van Dam with the Holocaust Museum of Southwest Florida, and Starcrossed with the Naples Philharmonic at Artis—Naples.

• Announced architects H3/Arquitectonica as designers of the future Gulfshore Playhouse Theatre and Education Center. • Revealed initial concept designs for our state-of-theart theatre and education complex. • Hosted a successful Gala at the Ritz-Carlton, raising over $800,000 for Gulfshore Playhouse!


GULFSHORE PLAYHOUSE HAS GONE BOLD IN 2018.”

—DAVE OSBORN, NAPLES DAILY NEWS

Amy Van Nostrand | MISS KELLER HAS NO SECOND BOOK

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FY 18 FINANCIAL REPORT

Alexis Hyatt and Maboud Ebrahimzadeh | THE LIAR


EXPENSES

REVENUE

(TOTAL: $2,880,800)

(TOTAL: $2,902,205)

Contributed (49.9%) $1,449,539

Individual Donations (60.5%) $496,960

Production (36.6%) $1,061,782

Programming $2,122,054 Sponsorships (24%)(73.6%) $192,775

Fundraising (10.8%) $314,120

Administrative (19.1%) $549,345 Foundations/Grants (12%) $104,656

Education Program (1.5%) $43,053

Fundraising (7.3%)(3%) $209,401 Scholarship Donations $21,784 Corporate Matching (.5%) $3,400

Other Revenue (1.2%) $33,711

SURPLUS: $141,154 TOTALS OPERATING Revenue

Gulfshore Playhouse’s OPERATING Expense NET 2016-2017 season saw... CAPITAL CAMPAIGN Revenue

$ 2,902,205 $ 2,880,800 $

21,405

$ 2,763,483

CAPITAL CAMPAIGN Expense

$

148,055

NET

$ 2,615,428

TOTAL REVENUE

$ 5,665,688

TOTAL EXPENSE

$ 3,028,855

TOTAL NET

$ 2,636,833

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CONSECUTIVE GIVING

Edward O’Blenis and Cynthia Bastidas | INFORMED CONSENT


15 YEARS

Kristen Coury Linda and Bob Harden

11 YEARS

Mary and Phil Beuth Adrianne and Dennis Cady Mary and John Nice Dottie and John Remondi

10 YEARS

Patty and Jay Baker Donna and Will Bobb Noreen Murray and Keith Dallas Anne and Fred Stratton Katrin Van Dam and Tony Fross

9 YEARS

Gerard T. Coury Brigitte and James Marino FE and Jack Nortman Christine Paddock Marla and Allen Weiss

8 YEARS

Nancy and Tom Hanson

7 YEARS

Erika and Peter Aron Donna Carty and Alan Buchholz Rosemary and Don Gunther Holly and C. Bruce Johnstone Sandra and Jason Korn Sarann and Stanley Kraushaar Dell and Judy Pooler Sue Rapanos Carolyn Vogel Mordechai and Michal Wiesler Harriet and Donald Young

6 YEARS

Maria and Renzo Basili James and Shirley M. Curvey Foundation Janet and Gary Ellis Nancy and Thomas Gallagher Joyce and Allen Gerstein Joan Humphrey Gail Paster Karen and Alan Reynolds Frank and Marti Soffey Linda and Ken Sumner Joan and James V. Talano

5 YEARS

Arlene and Joel Banow Myra and Bill Benedikt David Berg Cohen & Grigsby Brooke and Gerard de Gunzburg Micky Dix Dianne Farrell and George Walker Janet and David Griffith

Judith and Gordon Hammes Charla and Charles Henningsen Mitchell Hertz and Anne Carlucci Judith B. Kaufman Marilyn Lightner G. Theodore and Mary M. Mascott Joan and Fred Moosally Vicky and David Pendell Linda and Nick Penniman Ric and Laurie Phillips Dr. and Mrs. Ronald M. Roth Sally Salzer J. Finander Scott Iris and Floyd Shapiro Dr. Arnold and Tammra Sigler Dr. Jerald and Joy Spivak Roberta and Rodger Taylor Alice and Everett Van Hoesen Laura and William Wright, III

4 YEARS

Sheila and Howard Agranat Jane and Steve Akin Susan and Bob Barley Shirley and Marshall Besikof Susan and Carl Bolch, Jr. Bunny and John Brooks Dr. James and Erica Buchweitz Patricia J. Bush and Geoffrey Noble Moya and Bob Chase Wil Christiansen Jane and Hal Cohen Charles C. Cohen and Michelle McKenney Patricia and James DeMaio Anne and Robert Depew Mary and Ferman Christine and Terrance Flynn Edward G. and Catherine M. Galante Valerie and Nizar Ghoussaini Helene Gorman Linda Hamburger Betsey and Alan Harris Madeline and Richard Hartnett Hazel Horsfield E. Sue Huff Judy and Marty Isserlis Norman Kominsky George and Patricia Kraus Linda Lee Richard and Laura Lehrich Carolyn and Stephen Light Richard Macken Burton Meisner and Ann Richard Debera and Jack Millstein Joe and Krys Mortellaro Kristine and Davey Scoon Laura Scott Tennille and Aaron Sevigny Rita and Laurence Sibrack Bonnie and Rick Singer Lee and Marilyn Tenzer Patricia and Elliott Trumbull Lucille and Jack Tymann Katherine and Andrew Updegrove Patricia Wagner Lou and Bruce Zellner

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OUR MAINSTAGE SEASON

“ FULL OF HILARIOUS, JAW-DROPPING SURPRISES, WITH

CHARACTERS THAT DELIVERED THEM SO CONVINCINGLY.”

—NAPLES DAILY NEWS

Erin Davie

SHOW SPONSORS: GAIL PASTER • ADOPT-AN-ARTIST, COSTUME DESIGNER: LOIS & BRUCE SELFON


WAS DIALOGUE AN ACTOR “ THIS BELIEVES IN. IT MATTERS. IT CHANGES LIVES.

IT IS, IN MY MIND, WHAT THEATER IS ALL ABOUT.” David Whalen, Marilee Talkington, and Jeffrey Binder

STAR SPONSORS: LINDA & JIM MALONE

—SANIBEL-CAPTIVA ISLANDER

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A SC P NO I

Gerritt Vandermeer and Larry Paulsen

SHOW SPONSORS: NANCY & TOM GALLAGHER SPONSOR-A-STAR: ALLEN & JOYCE GERSTEIN • ALICE & CHUCK SIMONS

BOLD, CREATIVE STROKE OF COMEDIC “ AGENIUS BUILT FOR SOUTHWEST FLORIDA AUDIENCES AND MAYBE EVEN BEYOND.”

—NAPLES DAILY NEWS


ONE OF THOSE RARE THINGS IN THEATER: A NEW PLAY THAT WORKS ON ALL LEVELS,

HAS A SUPERLATIVE CAST AND GRABS YOUR HEART AND WON’T LET GO. IT REMINDS US THAT TIME IS OUR MOST PRECIOUS COMMODITY.” —FLORIDA WEEKLY

Alex Grubbs and Amy Van Nostrand

SPONSOR-A-STAR: SARANN & STANLEY KRAUSHAAR ADOPT-AN-ARTIST: JULIE & SAM WYMAN PLAYWRIGHT STAR SPONSOR: TENNILLE & AARON SEVIGNY

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“ A MYSTERY, A COMEDY, A

TRAGEDY, AND SO MUCH MORE, ALL IN ONE FANTASTIC PENNY

DREADFUL PRODUCTION.” —BROADWAY WORLD

Scott Greer and Jeffrey Binder

SHOW SPONSORS: ANNE & FREDERICK STRATTON STAR SPONSOR: JERRY COURY


In November 2017 we hosted the 2nd Annual Loverly Tea event featuring a beautiful performance by Broadway’s John Cudia.

A Loverly Tea NOVEMBER, 2017

In February of 2018, we had the honor of participating in the annual Share the Love event, which benefitted Gulfshore Playhouse Education. Patrons enjoyed performances from Welsh baritone Mark Llewelyn Evans and students from the Teen Conservatory production of Into the Woods. Special Thanks to Scott and Renee Relf.

Share the Love

FEBRUARY, 2018

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EDUCATION Gulfshore Playhouse Education is a vital component of the Playhouse mission, providing programs aimed at enhancing the lives of children, teens, and students of all ages. Each offering provides real-life skills and learning experiences that are invigorating, nurturing, and readily accessible to every member of our community, thanks to our scholarships and reduced-price programming for our region’s most deserving schools. From in-school residencies and pre-professional theatre training to community partnerships, audience engagement, and student matinees – our goal is to inspire creativity, encourage selfexpression, and support the blossoming of self-confidence, collaboration, and a deep appreciation for the arts. With each passing year, Gulfshore Playhouse continues to touch the lives of thousands of students throughout Southwest Florida.

SOME OF OUR PROGRAMS INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING: STAR ACADEMY - After-school classes and summer programs for ages 6-18.

ThinkTHEATRE - In-school residencies bring theatre artists into the classrooms of our region’s most deserving students.

In Flight: The Story of Sabine Van Dam -

A partnership with the Holocaust Museum to tell the story of a local Holocaust survivor through a unique theatrical experience.

Starcrossed - Romeo and Juliet retold in a magical meeting

of music and theatre for the entire 11th grade of Collier County in partnership with the Naples Philharmonic.

2016-2017

682 Hours of Instruction 2,106 Program Participants 2,050 Audience Members 4,156 People Reached Kate Fahrner

NUMBERS 2017-2018

972 Hours of Instruction 3,564 Program Participants 7,441 Audience Members 11,005 People Reached


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GOLF TOURNAMENT OCTOBER 23, 2017 TWIN EAGLES

TOURNAMENT SPONSOR

BEVERAGE CART SPONSORS

Kristin and John Miller

GOLF SHIRT SPONSOR

Jason Nardella, Ameriprise Financial

TROPHY SPONSORS John and Pat Nyikos

GOLF BALL SPONSOR


GALA

MARCH 26, 2018

RITZ-CARLTON NAPLES VANDERBILT BALLROOM

WITH PERFORMANCES BY BROADWAY STARS KATE SHINDLE & KISSY SIMMONS GALA CHAIRS VALERIE and NIZAR GHOUSSAINI TONY AWARD SPONSOR WILLIAM BOYAJIAN

BROADWAY SPONSORS Erika and Peter Aron

BAUBLES SPONSORS Barbara and Jack Morgan

BUBBLES SPONSORS Jane & Steve Akin Joan & Richard Carlson Kyla & Dr. Richard de Asla Bobbi & David Drobis

MEDIA SPONSOR


2017-2018 SPONSORS SEASON ANGELS

JANE AND STEVE AKIN

SEASON BENEFACTORS PATTY AND JAY BAKER SEASON AMBASSADORS

LINDA AND BOB HARDEN DOTTIE AND JOHN REMONDI

CORPORATE PARTNER

EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS CHRISTINE AND TERRANCE FLYNN VALERIE AND NIZAR GHOUSSAINI MOSEY AND DON GUNTHER CHRISTINE PADDOCK SHOW SPONSORS

JERRY COURY NANCY & TOM GALLAGHER SARANN & STANLEY KRAUSHAAR LINDA & JIM MALONE GAIL PASTER RACETRACK LOIS & BRUCE SELFON TENNILLE & AARON SEVIGNY ALICE & CHURCK SIMONS ANNE & FREDERICK STRATTON JULIE & SAM WYMAN


PLAYHOUSE PARTNERS

PLAYHOUSE PARTNERS are intimately involved in the life of the theatre through a series of social occasions, meeting the people who make theatre happen, and serving as good-will ambassadors. They contribute to the Playhouse by donating their time and experience, serving on committees and supporting our productions and fundraising activities. This is a great way to get “behind-the-scenes” and make a major impact on the cultural advancement of Naples. Jane and Steve Akin Erika and Peter Aron Kathleen Azzariti Patty and Jay Baker Ricki Baker Carole and Edward Barrett Dick and Jackie Bearse Jane Purdy Berger Jodi Bertholdt Phil and Mary Beuth Lee and Peter Bewley Carl and Susan Bolch Susan and Arthur Bookbinder Earle K. Borman and Polly Keller Susan and William Brock Bunny and John Brooks Katherine Burns and John Caban Frank Caccamise and June Reeves Dennis and Adrianne Cady Charlotte Campbell Moya and Bob Chase Mary Clements John and Patricia Cochran Lawrence and Marilyn T. Cohen Joyce Coughlan Jerry Coury Kristen Coury Bob and Lynn Davidson Gerard and Brooke de Gunzburg Mary Ann and Harry Debes David and Bobbi Drobis Gretchen Durkot and Thomas Selwold Bob and Terry Edwards Jack and Pella Fingersh Christine and Terrance Flynn Joanne Fowler Daniel and Dolores Frost Thomas and Nancy Gallagher Nancy Garfien Darryl and Nancy Garfinkel Joyce and Allen Gerstein Nizar and Valerie Ghoussaini Kathleen Glass Susan Glass and Arni Thorsteinson Jan Goldman Jane Potter Graham Don and Mosey Gunther Tom and Nancy Hanson Bob and Linda Harden Jean and Leo Hertzog Kathy and David Holmes Jennifer and Richard Housh John and Judy Hushon Mary Pat and Frank Hussey Judy and Marty Isserlis Joanne Haddad Jacobs Jill Jaffe Jim and Elizabeth Jessee C. Bruce and Holly Johnstone Judith Joy and Dr. Bruce Miller Judy Kaplan Carol Kimmel Arnold and Hisako Klinsky Alan Korest and Dolly Bodick Jason and Sandra Korn

Partners as of March 4, 2019

George and Patricia Kraus Barbara Lapham Marilyn R. Lightner Mariann and Robert MacDonald Herb and Deborah Magid Tina Matte The McCabe Family Mary and Patrick McClain Donald and Carolyn McCulloch, Jr. Tony and Pat McMunn Daniel Meyer and Ann Harris Bud & Barbara Miller Jack and Debera Millstein Peter Moore Walter and Lee Myalls Thelma and Bud Negley John and Mary Nice Jack and FE Nortman William and Joyce O’Meara Christine Paddock Mahendra and Joan Parekh Gail Paster Linda Penniman Joe and Chan Pike Bruce Raimy and Lynn Lagomarsino Susan Regenstein and Barry Frank Beth and Bill Reid Susan and Steve Reimer John and Dottie Remondi Mark and Anne Rubin Cynthia Ruddy and John Alberti Laura Scott Lois and Bruce Selfon Aaron and Tennille Sevigny James and Marsha Shelton F. Samuel and Karen Smith Carla Soviero and Stephen Bogart Elaine and Howard Specter Pinelope and Lawrence Speh Milly Ann Stewart Fred and Anne Stratton Glenda and Richard Struthers James and Joan Talano Lisa Tashjian and John Tuccinardi Gary and Sharen Thomas Roz S. Travis and Matt Koch Louise Valentine Everett and Alice Van Hoesen Carolyn Vogel Julia Wade Patti Wagner Daria and Eric Wallach Diana Wallenstein Jo Ann Ward Allen and Marla Weiss Michael Wilens and Carolyn Longacre Van Zandt and Myra Williams Dave and Jane Wilson Nancy and George Woltz Valerie Woodworth Peter and Ursula Wranik Sam and Julie Wyman Karl and Joanne Wyss Donald and Harriet Young Denise Zutz

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