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2018-2019 SEASON

IMPACT REPORT Kristen Coury, Producing Artistic Director


Sixth Annual TABLE of CONTENTS Sponsors 4 Letter from the Artistic Director 5 The Year in Review 6-7 Financials 8-9 New Works Festival 10-11 THE SEASON An Iliad 12-13 A Funny Thing Happened On the Way to the Forum 14-15 The Revolutionists 16-17 In the Next Room or the vibrator play 18-19 Holmes & Watson 20-21 Skylight 22-23 Education 24-27 Golf Tournament / Share the Love 28 Annual Bubbles, Baubles, and Broadway Gala 29 Capital Campaign: We Met Our Match 30-33 Board of Directors 34 Staff 35 COVER: Hanley Smith and William Connell in In the Next Room or the vibrator play (2019) THIS PAGE: Marina Shay in The Revolutionists (2019)


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.

CHARTER

Gulfshore Playhouse is a world-class regional theatre passionately committed to creating life-changing theatrical experiences and exceptional educational opportunities in our region, contributing vibrantly to the expansion of Theatre in our nation. We challenge audiences and artists alike to think more broadly and connect more deeply. We aim to realize an environment of “art everywhere,� a place where everyone who walks through our doors leaves educated, enriched, and enlivened. We are proud to be a charitable organization for the greater good, creating work intending to stir the soul, encourage thought outside our comfort zone, and explore what it means to be human. Our staff engages in our growth by executing each task with precision and to the highest standards, committing to thoroughness, detailed communication, and teamwork. We utilize solid business practice and deliver excellent customer service. We provide leadership, guidance, and inspiration by creating a safe space where all opinions are shared openly, all voices are valued, and all people are treated with courtesy and respect. We honor our word and we act with integrity. Our Business is Art.


2018-2019 SPONSORS SEASON ANGELS

JANE & STEVE AKIN SEASON BENEFACTORS

PATTY & JAY BAKER CORPORATE PARTNER

SEASON AMBASSADORS

LINDA & BOB HARDEN DOTTIE AND JOHN REMONDI EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS CHRISTINE & TERRANCE FLYNN VALERIE & NIZAR GHOUSSAINI MOSEY & DON GUNTHER CHRISTINE PADDOCK

Marika Abe in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (2018)


LETTER FROM THE ARTISTIC DIRECTOR Dear Friend,

You might have noticed that this document has replaced our Annual Report. This change was predicated by the notion that using this opportunity to reflect not just on our achievements, but to highlight the numerous ways in which Gulfshore Playhouse has impacted our region, would be far more informative. Within these pages, we hope to offer a thorough snapshot of how we have impacted the community through professional theatre and education in just this past year alone. In May 2019, we celebrated our 15th birthday. Since I founded the Playhouse in 2004, we’ve celebrated many milestones and grown tremendously into a blossoming organization. From having no space in which to perform, to building our own building, it’s incredible to be a part of all that has occurred in only 15 years. Since 2012, our budget has grown 450%; our staff has expanded to over 40 people; our main stage productions are seen by over 25,000 people and our Education programs serve over 14,000 each year. All of this is possible because of you! It always bears repeating that Gulfshore Playhouse would not and could not exist without you.The success of Gulfshore Playhouse belongs to all of us. By experiencing a show, making a donation, volunteering your time, attending an event, or participating in one of our Education programs, you have helped immeasurably, and we are deeply grateful. As we step confidently into the future, we will continue to impact even more lives and transform our region for the better. Thank you for the part that you play. Best wishes,

Kristen Coury Founder and Producing Artistic Director


THE YEAR IN REVIEW HERE’S WHAT YOUR SUPPORT HELPED US ACHIEVE IN 2018-2019.

181 PERFORMANCES

3

NEW PLAYS WORKSHOPPED

2,635

23,675 TICKETS SOLD

32 STAFF MEMBERS

3

MAINSTAGE PRODUCTIONS WRITTEN BY PARTICIPANTS IN FREE SYNERGY EVENTS

WOMEN

38PROFESSIONAL ACTORS

$10 MILLION MATCHING GIFT MET $1 MILLION PROFESSIONAL DESIGNERS 16 RAISED AT ANNUAL GALA


PERFORMERS 13-18 IN THE SECRET GARDEN

3,000

STUDENTS ATTENDED STARCROSSED

25

19

PERFORMANCES OF IN FLIGHT

200 STUDENTS ATTENDED MATINEES

THROUGH EDUCATION 12,172 SERVED 90% AT FREE OR REDUCED COST

721HOURS OF INSTRUCTION

5,318 TITLE I STUDENTS SERVED

55

PERFORMERS 6-14 IN THE LITTLE MERMAID, JR.

1,296 SUMMER AUDIENCE MEMBERS


Alex Trow, William Connell, and Christopher Russo in In the Next Room or the vibrator play (2019)


FINANCIALS Total Operating Revenue: $3,932,753

Total Operating Expense: $3,907,193

Production/Programming (33%) $1,301,297

Programming (72%) $2,825,113

Contributed (54%) $2,119,615

Administrative (20%) $788,390

Fundraising (12%) $478,870

Fundraising (8%) $293,690

Other Revenue (1%) $32,971 Playbill and Interest

Capital Campaign Revenue: $4,862,773

Capital Campaign Expense: $468,744

TOTAL REVENUE: $8,795,526

TOTAL EXPENSE: $4,375,937

TOTAL NET: $4,419,589 Annual Net: $25,560


sixth annual

The New Works Festival invites playwrights from around the country to Naples for a week-long development workshop culminating in a staged reading on the Gulfshore Playhouse stage. Each year the Playhouse receives 150 blind submissions of never-produced work, which are then read by a group of professional theatre artists. From these 150 submissions, three winners are chosen to take part in the Festival.


2018 WINNERS TEACH BY DONNA HOKE DIRECTED BY Kristen Coury LAST NIGHT IN INWOOD BY ALIX SOBLER DIRECTED BY Christian Parker EIGHT NIGHTS BY JENNIFER MAISEL DIRECTED BY Christian Parker FEATURING

Sarah Baskin*, Jeffrey Binder*, David Yuval*, Shannon Dorsey*, Kenneth Lee*, Sam Morales*, Blake Anthony Morris*, William Parry*, Maureen Silliman*

Shannon Dorsey and Jeffrey Binder in TEACH


“ IT’S A KNOCKOUT PLAY, ONE THAT SOCKS YOU RIGHT IN THE GUT. IT IS SO SINGULAR, SO STRIKING, IT’LL SURELY WIND UP ON MANY ‘BEST OF’ LISTS AT THE END OF SEASON.”

–FLORIDA WEEKLY Jeffrey Binder in An Iliad (2018)


DIRECTED BY

Kristen Coury

FEATURING

PERFORMANCES: 21 PRE-SHOW DISCUSSIONS: 5 POST-SHOW TALKBACKS: 2 SHOW SPONSOR: Dr. Gail Kern Paster

Jeffrey Binder* David Arsenault** COSTUME DESIGNER: Jennifer Bronsted ** LIGHTING DESIGNER: Jimmy Lawlor VOCAL COACH: John Patrick ** SOUND DESIGNER: Beth Lake COMPOSER: Ryan McCurdy * PRODUCTION STAGE MANAGER: Emily Hauger SCENIC DESIGNER:

WAS A DIFFICULT PLAY ON A DIFFICULT SUBJECT, AND “ ITTHEREFORE A BOLD AND ADMIRABLE CHOICE FOR GULFSHORE PLAYHOUSE TO MAKE. I’M GLAD [THEY] DID IT.” –Joanne Wyss, Patron

(*)Appearing through an Agreement between Gulfshore Playhouse and Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States. (**) Denotes member of United Scenic Artists, Local USA 829


“A FRESH TWIST TO A BELOVED

MUSICAL COMEDY.”

–BROADWAY WORLD

The Cast of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (2018)


PERFORMANCES: 42 PRE-SHOW DISCUSSIONS: 7 POST-SHOW TALKBACKS: 2 SHOW SPONSORS: Jerry Coury, Lois & Bruce Selfon

STAR SPONSOR:

DIRECTED BY

Darren Katz MUSIC DIRECTOR Adrien Ries

FEATURING

Marika Abe

Victor Caroli

Adante Carter* Matthew Davies* Julia Johanos*

Kristen Mengelkoch* Stephanie Pope* Michele Ragusa* Jason Simon*

Adam Cates*** MUSIC SUPERVISOR: Matt Aument SCENIC DESIGNER: Kristen Martino ** COSTUME DESIGNER: Devon Painter ** LIGHTING DESIGNER: Jimmy Lawlor ** SOUND DESIGNER: Erik T. Lawson PROPS DESIGNER: Jonathan Borgia * PRODUCTION STAGE MANAGER: Jamie A. Eckhold * ASST. STAGE MANAGER: Alex Kesner CHOREOGRAPHER:

John Wascavage*

LOVED THE PROFESSIONAL, ENERGETIC, FUN FILLED “ WEEVENING THEY PROVIDED IN THEIR PERFORMANCE OF A

FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM!” –Lee M. Henson, Patron

(*)Appearing through an Agreement between Gulfshore Playhouse and Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States. (**) Denotes member of United Scenic Artists, Local USA 829. (***) Denotes member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society


“ THIS IS A BROADWAY-QUALITY SHOW IN TERMS OF ACTING,

PRODUCTION AND CONTENT. IF YOU’RE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING RICH AND LAYERED, HUMOROUS AND THOUGHT PROVOKING, GO SEE [IT].” –FLORIDA WEEKLY

Shannon Marie Sullivan in The Revolutionists (2019)


DIRECTED BY

Kristen Coury

FEATURING

Dria Brown*

Angela Janas*

PERFORMANCES: 28 PRE-SHOW DISCUSSIONS: 4 POST-SHOW TALKBACKS: 2 SHOW SPONSOR: STAR SPONSOR:

Marina Shay* Shannon Marie Sullivan*

Kristen Martino ** COSTUME DESIGNER: Robin L. McGee ** LIGHTING DESIGNER: Jimmy Lawlor ** SOUND DESIGNER: Beth Lake PROPS DESIGNER: Jonathan Borgia * PRODUCTION STAGE MANAGER: Emily Hauger SCENIC DESIGNER:

PLAY AND GREAT ACTRESSES! I AM ORIGINALLY “GREAT FRENCH AND A HISTORIAN SPECIALIZING IN THE 18 TH

CENTURY (AMERICAN AND FRENCH REVOLUTIONS) SO IT WAS SWEET CAKE FOR ME! THANK YOU FOR GIVING ME THIS OPPORTUNITY. EXCEPTIONAL IN NAPLES!” –Brigitte Van Den Hove-Smith, Patron

(*)Appearing through an Agreement between Gulfshore Playhouse and Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States. (**) Denotes member of United Scenic Artists, Local USA 829


“ [THIS PLAY] PLUMBS ENDLESS POTENTIAL, BOTH HILARIOUS AND HEARTBREAKING, FROM THE STARCHED REALITIES OF THE GILDED AGE.” –NAPLES DAILY NEWS

Hanley Smith in In the Next Room or the vibrator play (2019)


DIRECTED BY

Jeffrey Binder

FEATURING

Ashley Bufkin* William Connell* Christopher Russo* Mhari Sandoval*

Kristen Martino COSTUME DESIGNER: Whitney Locher LIGHTING DESIGNER: Kendall Smith SOUND DESIGNER: Christopher Colucci VOCAL COACH: John Patrick * PRODUCTION STAGE MANAGER: Jamie A. Eckhold

Evan Sibley*

Hanley Smith*

Alex Trow*

SCENIC DESIGNER:

PERFORMANCES: 30 PRE-SHOW DISCUSSIONS: 6 POST-SHOW TALKBACKS: 2 SHOW SPONSORS: BARBARA & JACK MORGAN STAR SPONSORS: JULIE & SAM WYMAN

LOVE GULFSHORE PLAYHOUSE BECAUSE IT TRANSCENDS ORDINARY THEATER. WITH INGENUITY AND RAW EMOTION, THESE “ IPERFORMANCES TAP THE CONSCIOUSNESS AND ENRICH THE MIND—NOT JUST DURING THE SHOW BUT FOR HOURS AND DAYS AFTERWARD. –Theresa W. Morgan, Patron

(*)Appearing through an Agreement between Gulfshore Playhouse and Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States. (**) Denotes member of United Scenic Artists, Local USA 829


“ KEEPS YOU ON THE EDGE OF YOUR SEAT THE WHOLE TIME, TRYING TO FIGURE OUT WHO THE REAL SHERLOCK IS, AND THE REVEAL IS WELL WORTH IT..A HUMOROUS CHARADE NOT TO BE MISSED!” –BROADWAY WORLD

Jeffrey Binder, Joanna Strapp, and David Whalen in Holmes and Watson (2019)


DIRECTED BY

Andrew Paul***

FEATURING

Jeffrey Binder* John Glowacki* Gregory Johnstone* Christopher Kelly* Arthur Lazalde* Joanna Strapp*

Robert Koharchik** COSTUME DESIGNER: Renee Baker LIGHTING DESIGNER: Graham Zellers SOUND DESIGNER: Angela Baughman VOCAL COACH: John Patrick * PRODUCTION STAGE MANAGER: Emily Hauger

David Whalen*

SCENIC DESIGNER:

PERFORMANCES: 36 PRE-SHOW DISCUSSIONS: 6 POST-SHOW TALKBACKS: 2 SHOW SPONSORS:

STAR SPONSORS: JOYCE & ALLEN GERSTEIN

“FUN, FASCINATING, AND COMPLEX REVISIT TO THE EVER-INTRIGUING SHERLOCK HOLMES STORY.”

–Patron

(*)Appearing through an Agreement between Gulfshore Playhouse and Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States. (**) Denotes member of United Scenic Artists, Local USA 829. (***) Denotes member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society


“ THE TENSION BETWEEN THE TWO CHARACTERS IS

PALPABLE AS THEY MOVE ABOUT THE KITCHEN AND LIVING AREA LIKE TWO BOXERS SIZING EACH OTHER UP BEFORE A FIGHT.”–NAPLES DAILY NEWS

Todd Weeks and Amy Blackman in Skylight (2019)


DIRECTED BY

Christian Parker***

FEATURING

Amy Blackman*

Evan Sibley*

Todd Weeks*

Steve Ten Eyck** ** COSTUME DESIGNER: Lauren Gaston SOUND DESIGNER: Christopher Colucci VOCAL COACH: John Patrick * PRODUCTION STAGE MANAGER: Jamie A. Eckhold SCENIC & LIGHTING DESIGNER:

PERFORMANCES: 20 PRE-SHOW DISCUSSIONS: 4 POST-SHOW TALKBACKS: 2 SHOW SPONSOR: CHAN & JOE PIKE

GULFSHORE PLAYHOUSE BECAUSE “ IOFLOVE THE PHENOMENAL ACTORS I SEE IN EACH PLAY. WHAT TALENT!” –Carol Morrow, Patron

(*)Appearing through an Agreement between Gulfshore Playhouse and Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States. (**) Denotes member of United Scenic Artists, Local USA 829. (***) Denotes member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society


GULFSHORE PLAYHOUSE BECAUSE IT MAKES ME “ IFEELLOVECOMFORTABLE TO BE MYSELF. THERE ARE ALWAYS KIND AND CARING INDIVIDUALS THAT WILL HELP YOU TO BECOME THE BEST THAT YOU CAN BE. IF I DIDN’T HAVE THE CHANCE TO PARTICIPATE AT THE PLAYHOUSE, IT WOULD BE LIKE ME LOSING A FAMILY.” —Ethan White, Teen Conservatory student

TOTALS TITLE I STUDENTS REACHED: 5,318 TEACHING ARTISTS: 20 HOURS OF INSTRUCTION: 721 PROGRAM GROWTH OVER 3 YEARS: 340% TOTAL NUMBER REACHED: 12,172 SYNERGY

PARTICIPANTS: 2,685 NUMBER OF FREE PROGRAMS: 52

EDUCATION Teen Conservatory presents The Secret Garden


Through a wide-range of summer theatre camp and after-school class programs, Gulfshore Playhouse’s STAR Academy is a place where every child can fit in and stand out, growing not only as performers but as people. In summer 2018, 6-14 year olds performed Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Jr. and took part in numerous week-long programs.

TEEN CONSERVATORY

The Teen Conservatory program provides 13-18 year olds with intensive training in musical theatre. These students learn from theatre professionals and get to experience life at a professional theatre. In summer 2018, Teen Conservatory students performed in the Tony-winning musical The Secret Garden. During the 2018-2019 season, a dedicated group continued with after-school classes and rehearsed and performed Shakespeare’s Macbeth.

Participants: 123 [40% received full or partial scholarships] Summer Production Attendees: 1,296 Summer Outreach Performances: 2 Masterclasses with Professional Artists: 14 NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENT: The Teen Conservatory toured for the first time, performing at Artis—Naples as part of their Community Day and at the Straz Center in Tampa.

“ THE ADVICE AND WISDOM I HAVE RECEIVED FROM THE STAFF AT GULFSHORE PLAYHOUSE HAS CARRIED ME THROUGH MY ENTIRE HIGH SCHOOL CAREER, AND EVERY SUMMER THAT I RETURN TO THE NORRIS CENTER, I FEEL AS EXCITED AS OUR STUDENTS ONSTAGE ABOUT THE NEW LESSONS I WILL ENCOUNTER.” —Emma Sullivan, Student Volunteer

Our in-school residency program, ThinkTheatre, brings theatre, dance, music, and creative writing to K-12 classrooms throughout the county. Unlike larger cities, Naples does not have theatres that offer a student matinee series, and only 5% of Collier County students experience theatre at school. Students who come to Gulfshore Playhouse or to Artis—Naples for our special student matinees are experiencing professional theatre for the first time in their lives.

CLASSROOM RESIDENCIES Residencies: 3 Participants: 68 Hours of Instruction: 51 STUDENT MATINEES Designated Performances: Attendees: 200


IN FLIGHT:

The Story of Sabine Van Dam We have partnered with The Holocaust Museum for two years to create and tour In Flight: The Story of Sabine Van Dam, the true story of a Holocaust survivor. In Flight has been performed for more than 7000 people and will continue to tour in 2019-2020. Furthermore, we are in the beginning stages of developing a new play and creating a comprehensive school program based on The Kindness Project, in which students will work as a group to create and implement a year-long program in their school that makes a measurable positive impact on their community.

PERFORMANCES: 25 ATTENDEES: 5,000 NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENT: In Flight was presented twice during the Holocaust Memorial Week at Florida Southwestern State College.

“ A GENUINE THANK YOU FOR PROVIDING ‘IN FLIGHT’ TO OUR STUDENTS IN THE COLLIER COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS. THE PERFORMANCE IS ENGAGING, TIED TO OUR CURRICULUM, AND BEAUTIFULLY PERFORMED BY YOUR ACTORS AND CREW. COLLIER COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS IS COMMITTED TO PROVIDING WORLD-CLASS ARTS EDUCATION TO OUR STUDENTS. COMBINED WITH A SHARED CROSSCURRICULAR DEDICATION FOR INTEGRATING THE ARTS INTO NON-ARTS CONTENT AREAS, ‘IN FLIGHT’ POIGNANTLY ACHIEVES BOTH ENDS.” —Skip Pardee, District Coordinator for Fine Arts, CCPS

EDUCATION


STARCROSSED The Naples Philharmonic at Artis—Naples: So Much Drama Now in its third year, Gulfshore Playhouse and The Naples Philharmonic come together to create and present original Shakespeare shows that are told through words, movement, and classical music. These shows are performed at Artis— Naples over two days for the entire 11th grade of Collier County (3000 students.) So Much Drama is an opportunity for every high school student in Collier County to see worldclass actors and a world-class symphony bring Shakespeare to life. Starcrossed, our adaptation of Romeo and Juliet, was performed for the class of 2019.

ATTENDEES: 3,000 COLLIER COUNTY HIGH SCHOOLS REPRESENTED: 8 PERFORMANCES: 3

Sam Ashdown and Laura Sohn in Starcrossed (2018)

EDUCATION


October 22, 2018 After 14 successful years, we bid farewell to our amazing Golf Tournament at the beautiful TwinEagles Talon Course.

February 13, 2019

Cart Sponsor/Hole Sponsor: Moran Edwards

This romantic evening at the Portico, Naples featured performances from “The Baritone”, Mark Llewelyn Evans, the cast of the Teen Conservatory production of The Secret Garden, and delicious food from Crave Culinaire, all supporting Gulfshore Playhouse Education’s diverse range of programming.

Beverage Cart Sponsors: Kristin & John Miller

Special Thanks to the Event Sponsors:

Awards Dinner Sponsors: Dottie & John Remondi

English Rose Sponsors: Sweet Sheldon Construction, Erika & Peter Aron

Golf Ball Sponsor: Acadia Wealth Management

Lily Sponsors: Germain BMW of Naples PikMobile

Special Thanks to Our Sponsors: Tournament Sponsor: The Ronto Group

Trophy Sponsors: Pat & John Nyikos Aaron and Tennille Sevigny

Key Sponsors: Sharen & Gary Thomas Erika Aron and Heather Schulman


We turned the Ritz-Carlton into Havana, Cuba for a thrilling evening featuring Broadway star Doreen Montalvo and a stellar Cuban style band. Celebrating 15 years, this was our most successful Gala yet, raising over $1 million in support of Gulfshore Playhouse. Event Chairs: George & Barbara Franks Special Thanks to the Event Sponsors: Broadway Benefactors: Jane & Steve Akin Baubles Sponsors: BMO Wealth Management, Gilbane & Gates, Total Wine, George & Barbara Franks, Jennifer & Richard Housh, Gail Kern Paster, Mary & Rob Henrikson Bubbles Sponsors: Acadia Wealth Management, Bobbi & David Drobis, Valerie & Nizar Ghoussaini, Leo & Jean Hertzog, Christine Paddock, US Trust/Bank of America

MARCH 18, 2019

Chocolate Sponsor:

Media Sponsor:

Doreen Montalvo

Linda and Bob Harden and John and Dottie Remondi


WE MET OUR MATCH! “Our family chose to be one of the lead supporters, simply put, because it strengthens our community. The quality of life for Collier County has long been recognized as one of the things that really makes this place special and unique...It’s easy to forget the role that arts and culture play in supporting that quality of life.” Michael Wynn, President of Sunshine ACE Hardware In 2016, philanthropists Patty and Jay Baker pledged a $10 million matching gift to Gulfshore Playhouse’s Next Stage Campaign. During the ensuing “Quiet Phase” of the Campaign, gifts were solicited from major donors. This vanguard of generous visionaries have invested in the future of Gulfshore Playhouse and the future of Naples by helping us reach over $20 million toward our overall Campaign goal. Thanks to their collective gifts and faith in the project, incredible progress has been made toward making our vision a reality. In January of 2019, we reached a major milestone: completing the inspiring, creative, and lengthy process of Schematic Design. We began to get a sense of spatial relationships, basic scale, and cost estimations. There is a considerable amount of discussion that goes into determining what spaces are needed and how big they should be. Once completing this phase, the drawings were approved by the Building Committee and Board of Directors, which allowed the project to move into its next phase. Since then, we have been fully immersed in the intensive Design Development phase. This takes schematic design to the next level. Architects from H3 and Gulfshore Playhouse staff, Board, and Committee members are analyzing every square foot of space in order to make the Theatre a functional, beautiful space while ensuring the project remains on budget. NEXT STAGE CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE MEMBERS

Steve Akin – Chair Patty and Jay Baker – Honorary Chairs Kristen Coury – Founder and Producing Artistic Director Tory Fesmire • Valerie Ghoussaini • Bob Harden • Mitchell Hertz • Jenny Housh • Thelma Negley • Tony Panzica – Building Committee Chair Gail Paster • Susan Regenstein • Marsha Shelton • David Stewart • Rich Struthers • Pat Sweet • Lisa Tashjian • Stephen Wheeler • Don Young


BOARD OF DIRECTORS

STEVE AKIN, Chairman of the Board • ERIKA ARON, PATTY BAKER, KRISTEN COURY, DAVID DROBIS, TOM GALLAGHER, NIZAR GHOUSSAINI, TIM HABBERSHON, JENNIFER HOUSH, JASON HUNTER KORN, DON McCULLOCH, SANDI MORAN, JACK NORTMAN, TONY PANZICA, GAIL KERN PASTER SUSAN REGENSTEIN, TENNILLE SEVIGNY, RICH STRUTHERS, PAT SWEET, DAVID WILSON, DON GUNTHER, Emeritus, ROBERT HARDEN, Emeritus

ARTISTIC ADVISORY BOARD

ANNA MARIA ALBERGHETTI, ALAN CAMPBELL, FRANC D’AMBROSIO, KEN DAVENPORT, BRIAN LANE GREEN, KEN LUDWIG


LEADERSHIP

STAFF

KRISTEN COURY, Founder & Producing Artistic Director JOEL MARKUS, Managing Director ARTISTIC & EDUCATION

FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION

Producing Artistic Director........................KRISTEN COURY Associate Artistic Director.......................JEFFREY BINDER Artistic Content Curator.................AUDREY ZIELENBACH Education Assistant..................................EMILIE BAARTMAN

Managing Director...............................................JOEL MARKUS Director of Finance.........................................ALYSON McCOY Business Manager.....................................DANIEL GONZALEZ Company Manager..............................MAKENZIE HINRICHS Asst. Company Manager...........................KIERSTEN MATTOX Audience Services Coordinator..................NICOLA PATTON Administrative Assistant..................................JOEY HERRERA Administrative Intern......................................EMERY DORMAN

ADVANCEMENT Chief Advancement Officer.............................KIMBERLY DYE Capital Campaign Director...................................DANA BOLL Director of Corporate & Foundation Relations..KENT KYLE Annual Giving & Events Manager...................SARAH OWEN Donor Relations Coordinator......................ALEXIS SALINAS Development Associate........................................LIAM FEROLI PR Specialist.............................................................ANGELA BELL, Gravina, Smith, Matte & Arnold

Marketing Intern..................................................MEREDITH DITTO

PRODUCTION Production Manager..................................EMILY MALMBORG Technical Director...............................................ALEXANDER K Asst. Technical Director.........................................ALEX RIGGS Master Carpenter..................................ANTHONY KNUDSON Carpenter...................................................................DANIEL HALL Props Master................................................ANDREW CARNEY Scenic Charge Artist.....................................KELLI TYSINGER Scenic Artist............................................................JAMES ALLEN Master Electrician.................................ELIZABETH KENNELL Sound Engineer...................................CAMERON GRIFFITHS Costume Shop Manager....................JENNIFER BRONSTED Asst. Costume Shop Manager........................RENEE BAKER Wardrobe Supervisor......................CHANDA HAWTHORNE Costume Intern..........................................JENNIFER LIPPERT Wardrobe Intern.................................................JoLYNN DuBOIS General Technician Intern.............................ALEX HAMILTON Lighting/Sound Intern..................................GAVIN JOHNSON Properties Intern.....................................................KYRA SMILEY Production Assistant Interns...........................MICKEY ACTON LYLA BARTMAN


The Cast of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (2018)

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