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HANGAR FOR ALL Celebrating 10 years of year-round programming In 2010, the Hangar for All Seasons capital campaign met its $4.6 million goal for a complete building renovation and to establish an endowment, creating a year-round home for the Hangar Theatre Company, as well as a venue for other national artists and local organizations. Now, the Hangar offers programming for all ages, all year.

FALL • Youth: Project 4, brings theatre education into 4th grade classes • A.I.R.S. Artists In Residency Series • Community Rentals • DSP Shows

WINTER

SPRING

• Youth: Winter Break-A-Leg

• Youth: Spring Break-A-Leg

• Youth: Student Morning Matinees

• Youth: Project 4, brings theatre education into 4th grade classes

• Mainstage Holiday Production • Community Rentals

• A.I.R.S. Artists In Residency Series

• DSP Shows

• Community Rentals • DSP Shows

@hangartheatre

SUMMER • Youth: Next Generation School of Theatre • Mainstage Productions • KIDDSTUFF Shows • Wedge Shows • Hangar Lab Company


By Wendy Wasserstein Compiled by Michael Barakiva

Sound Designer

Video Producers

Costume Coordinator

Lance Perl

Griffin Schultz, Chrissy Guest

Megan Rutherford

Production Stage Manager

Assistant Stage Manager

Stage Management Apprentice

Mackenzie Trowbridge*

Kat Taylor

Sierra Hoss

Production Manager

Dramaturg

Assistant Director

Adam Zonder

Hollyann Bucci

Jacob Ettkin

Directors

Shirley Serotsky & Michael Barakiva+

We wish to express our gratitude to the Performers’ Unions: ACTORS’ EQUITY ASSOCIATION AMERICAN GUILD OF MUSICAL ARTISTS AMERICAN GUILD OF VARIETY ARTISTS SAG-AFTRA through Theatre Authority, Inc. for their cooperation in permitting the Artists to appear on this program.

The Hangar would like to thank Andre Bishop, the Wasserstein Estate, Patrick Herrold at ICM Partners and Robert Vaughan at Dramatists Play Services.

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Member of the Actor's Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.

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BEN CHERRY* (Track 7) appeared on Broadway

GISELA CHIPE* (Track 5) is an award-winning

in Indecent and Fiddler on the Roof ; Off-

actor, writer, and producer who has executive

Broadway in Goldstein and the national tour of

produced on the anticipated series This Boy’s Vida,

Mary Poppins. Most recently, Ben played Luis in

produced the award-winning Black?, and co-

Angels in America (Repertory Theatre of St

wrote/created the Graduate comedy series. Her

Louis), John in Lifespan of a Fact (Pioneer

acting credits include: FBI, Law and Order: SVU,

Theatre Company) and Lemml in a three-theatre

and a recurring role on Manifest. In Spanish: Wasp

co-production of Indecent (Arena Stage, Kansas

Network opposite Penélope Cruz and Gael García

City Rep, and Baltimore Center Stage). He also played

Bernal (Cannes/Netflix); Bel Canto opposite Julianne Moore. In

Lemml in the play’s regional premiere (The Guthrie). Ben’s TV

Portuguese: the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil. Credits Off-

credits include The Following, Smash, and I Love You…But I

Broadway and in major theatres: most recently in the wildly

Lied. Ben trained at the University of Michigan and North

popular Quixote Nuevo, opposite beloved Sesame Street actor

Carolina School of the Arts. www.bencherry.com

Emilio Delgado. Gisela works to create greater visibility for black and brown stories.

CAROL HALSTEAD* (Track 2) has worked on and

LAURA HEISLER* (Track 4) has appeared in the

off-Broadway and extensively in regional theatre

premieres of The Patron Saint of Sea Monsters,

around the country. She is currently on pandemic

Doris to Darlene, (Playwrights Horizons), Everything

pause from the national tour of C.S. Lewis’ The

Will Be Different (Soho Rep), The Mistakes

Great Divorce. Carol first met Michael Barakiva

Madeline Made (Naked Angels), Good Thing (Yale

playing Lane in his production of The Clean

Rep), Stunning (Woolly Mammoth), Eurydice

House and is a founding member of his company

(Madison Rep), BFF (WET), Williamstown, The

The Upstart Creatures. Carol lives in NYC where

Geffen, South Coast Rep, O'Neill Conf, and The

she trains as a third degree black belt in Seido Karate.

McCarter among others. Broadway: Coram Boy. TV/Film: Evil,

www.carolhalstead.com @carol_halstead

Chicago Med, Elementary, The Americans, Madam Secretary, Grey’s Anatomy, The Middle, Ugly Betty, Numb3rs, Bones, The Defenders, We Go On, As Good as You, and YellowBrickRoad.

LINDA MARIE LARSON* (Track 3) is elated to be back at the Hangar in this pioneering and ambitious 2020 season! Broadway: Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike; Deuce; Jackie: An American Life. Off-Broadway: Atlantic Theater, MCC Theater; The Public Theater/Naked Angels. Regional: The Hangar Theatre: A Doll’s House, Part 2 and A Funny Thing Happened On The Way

MANU NARAYAN* (Track 6) Broadway: Getting’ the Band Back Together (Robbie), My Fair Lady 2019 LCT revival (Zoltan), Bombay Dreams (Akaash – Drama league nom). National Tour: Miss Saigon. Off Broadway: Merrily We Roll Along, Yeast Nation, Falsettoland, Sidd, suburbia, Getting Home, and F****** A. Regional: La Jolla Playhouse, The Kennedy Center, Baltimore Centerstage, Yale Rep,

To The Forum, Dir. M. Barakiva; Syracuse Stage: The Clean

St. Louis Rep, Cincinnati Playhouse, The MUNY, Pittsburgh CLO.

House, Dir. M. Barakiva (Viva la Barakiva!); Mark Taper

Film/ TV: 99 homes, The Love Guru, The Last Airbender,

Forum, Cleveland Play House, Hartford Stage, Pittsburgh

Emergence, Bull, Blacklist, Unforgettable, Grey’s Anatomy, Law

Public Theater. Film: The Kitchen, The Greatest Showman,

& Order: SVU, Rubicon, Nurse Jackie, The Sopranos. Narayan is

A Most Violent Year, Labor Day. TV: The Blacklist, Madam

a proud graduate of Carnegie Mellon University.

Secretary, Succession, House of Cards, Blue Bloods, Law & Order: SVU.

SHONA TUCKER* (Track 1) is coming off a

ADDITIONAL CAST MEMBERS INCLUDE:

successful Broadway run of the acclaimed To Kill a Mockingbird, and recently performed in Mary Jane (Yale Repertory Theatre). OffBroadway: NY Theater Workshop, Lincoln Center Directors' Lab, Public Theater, Circle in the Square, Playwrights Horizons, Manhattan Theatre Club, La MaMa. Regional: Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Yale Repertory, Williamstown Theater Festival, Actors Theater of Louisville, Stageworks/Hudson, Arena Stage, and others. Film: Walk the Fish, Preaching to the Choir, TV: Lights Out, Third Watch, New York Undercover, Law & Order. An Audelco Award winner and Fulbright scholar, she

RANANA CHERNIN ANN DANG SIRUS DESNOES LAUREN FRAITES MILES GUTIERREZ-RILEY ERIN LOCKETT ANGELICA MIGUEL PHANESIA PHAREL

holds a bachelor’s from Northwestern and master’s in fine arts from NYU/Tisch School of the Arts. She is a professor and chair of the Drama Department at Vassar College.

Pre-show conversation with Julie Salamon, author of Wendy and the Lost Boys: The Uncommon Life of Wendy Wasserstein.


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SHIRLEY SEROTSKY (Director) is a director, dramaturg, artistic

MICHAEL BARAKIVA (Director) has served as the Artistic

leader, educator, and programmer; she joined the Hangar

Director of the Hangar Theatre since 2016, where he has

Theatre staff as the Associate Artistic Director/Education

directed almost ten productions, including Chicago, Into The

Director in fall 2019 after over 15 years in the Washington, DC

Woods and A Christmas Carol. He has directed all over the

area. Selected directing credits include: Pilgrims Musa and Sheri

country, including Syracuse Stage, Oregon Shakespeare

in the New World (Mosaic Theater); The How and the Why,

Festival, Primary Stages and Ensemble Studio Theatre. As a

Another Way Home, The Call, Yentl, The Argument, The Hampton

young adult novelist, his works include One Man Guy

Years, The History of Invulnerability, The Moscows of Nantucket,

(Macmillan, 2014) and its stand alone sequel, Hold My Hand

Mikveh (Theater J); Rapture, Blister, Burn (Round House Theatre);

(Macmillan, 2019). His third novel, These Precious Stones, will

Winnie-the-Pooh, The Jungle Book (Adventure Theatre); The

be published by Macmillan in 2022. Upcoming: Paradise Lost,

Break (Signature Theatre); God of Carnage, Other Life Forms,

adapted from John Milton’s epic poem, for Red Bull Theatre;

Working (Keegan Theatre); Blood Wedding (Constellation

The Nature of Things, a Sloan commission, to be workshopped

Theatre); A Man, His Wife, and His Hat and Birds of a Feather

by the Hangar in January 2021. Michael also serves as Artistic

(which won the Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding New Play,

Director of The Upstart Creatures in NYC.

The Hub Theatre). Training: BFA, The University of North Carolina

www.michaelbarakiva.com

School of the Arts; MFA, Catholic University. www.shirleyserotsky.com

LANCE PERL (Sound Designer) is a sound designer and engineer

MEGAN RUTHERFORD (Costume Coordinator) is a Bronx-based

based out of N.C. He has worked at several professional theatre

costume designer returning to the Hangar for her fifth season and

companies including the Hangar Theatre, The Brevard Music

happy to be part of the first virtual summer. She is a current NYU

Center, and Texas Panhandle Heritage Foundation. Lance has

MFA Design for Screen and Stage Candidate ‘22 and freelances

been a part of over 200 live performances and has been

around the tri-state area. She has most recently worked with LCT,

selected for numerous awards in sound design achievement.

Juilliard, the Tank, Ars Nova, Columbia University, and Manhattan

Lance is currently pursuing an MFA from the University of North

School of Music.

Carolina School of the Arts. www.lanceperl.com.

MACKENZIE TROWBRIDGE* (Stage Manager) is elated to be

GRIFFIN SCHULTZ (Video Producer) lives in Brooklyn, NY, and

taking part in this summer's virtual season! 2020 marks her sixth

works as a technical director at MLB & NHL Networks. He was

summer at the Hangar. Previous credits include PSM for Charles

recruited to help the Hangar Theatre transition to the virtual

Dickens’ A Christmas Carol; Or, What She Will; ASM for Kinky

stage during these unprecedented times. He graduated from

Boots. Other professional credits include work with Adelphi

Ithaca College in 2017 with a bachelor’s degree in television

University's Dept of Dance, ArcStages, The Argyle Theatre. She is

and radio. This is his first professional theatrical season, and he’s

very grateful for all the work put in to making this season happen,

excited to participate.

and hopes that you enjoy this unique theatrical experience!

CHRISSY GUEST (Video Producer) is an associate professor at the Roy H. Park School of Communications at Ithaca College. She instructs courses in television production and directing using multicamera studio techniques. She created an advanced course in television live event production that uses innovative methods in livestream and remote broadcasting. An award-winning educator and EMMY-nominated documentary filmmaker, Guest’s broadcast career includes directing for WSYR-ABC, WTVH-CBS, PBS, and Ithaca's former NewsCenter7. Guest is a proud alumna of the Hangar Theatre’s Next Generation program.

What's Next:


CONTENTS 4 ADVERTISER DIRECTORY 5 ABOUT 6 MESSAGE FROM HANGAR DIRECTORS BOARD OF TRUSTEES 7 MESSAGE FROM HANGAR BOARD LEADERSHIP 10 HANGAR STAFF 16 VIRTUAL NEXT GENERATION SCHOOL OF THEATRE

VIRTUAL NEXT GEN

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17 IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE: A LIVE RADIO PLAY 19 THE VIRTUAL WEDGE 22 SPONSORS 25 KIDDSTUFF VIRTUAL SEASON 32 45 YEARS OF PROFESSIONAL THEATRE 40 SUPPORTERS & ADVERTISERS 44 REMEMBERING CAMILLA

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THANK YOU THE HANGAR IS GRATEFUL FOR THE SUPPORT OF OUR 2020 PARTNERS IN FLIGHT:

Mission The Hangar Theatre creates and presents performances of exceptional quality in New York’s Finger Lakes region while training the next generation of theatre artists. We inspire our community with work and classes that enrich, entertain, and enlighten. We believe in the power of theatre to transform lives.

Vision The Hangar Theatre is an artistic home that nurtures a lifelong love of the performing art

2020 PARTNER IN THE ARTS:

Core Values Gratitude Generosity Equality Inclusion

For more information about all of our 2020 sponsors, please see pages 22-24.

Diversity Quality

This summer season program guide was produced by the Hangar Theatre Company P.O. Box 205, Ithaca, NY 14851 HangarTheatre.org Marketing Director: Thena Gitlin Designer/Photographer: Rachel Philipson Administration Fellow: Hollyann Bucci Contributors: Michael Barakiva, Hollyann Bucci, Kristen Burt, Jessica Casey, Nichole Gantshar, Thena Gitlin, Shirley Serotsky, Stephanie Waite Advertising Sales: 607.273.ARTS(2787) or info@hangartheatre.org

Integrity

TO PURCHASE TICKETS

Call 607.273.ARTS (2787) or purchase online at HangarTheatre.org. For subscription or group sales information, call 607.273.ARTS(2787).

The Hangar Theatre is a proud member of the Tompkins County Chamber of Commerce.

The Hangar Theatre is a proud member of the Tompkins County and Trumansburg Area Chambers of Commerce.

The Hangar Theatre is a member of Theatre Communications Group (TCG), the national organization for the American theatre.

City of Ithaca

In listings of artistic team members for this year's productions, we use the following notations: * Indicates that the artist is a member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.

† Indicates that the artist is a member of the United Scenic Artists Local 829.

+ Indicates that the artist is a member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society.

New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature

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VIDEO MESSAGE FROM THE ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

Hangar Theatre Board of Trustees President Jessica Casey Vice President Kristen Burt Treasurer Diane Lauzun Secretary Stephen Kimball

CLICK PHOTO TO PLAY MESSAGE

MEET THE NEW MANAGING DIRECTOR,

NICHOLE GANTSHAR There's no more lovely place to spend a summer than Upstate New York. When the Hangar Board of Directors invited me to join the Hangar Theatre and work with Artistic Director Michael Barakiva, I imagined a blissful summer. Picturing myself meeting subscribers in the tent, reuniting with theatre friends, and making myself part of the Ithaca community, seemed just a frosty spring away. Former Hangar Artistic Director Bob Moss is one of my mentors, and working with him at Syracuse Stage, I listened to dozens of his stories about the Hangar and relished the opportunity to work, as his dramaturg, in 2008 on The Hangar production of T.J. Rogers' The Overwhelming. So I knew how lovely a Hangar summer night could be.

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Instead, I'm finding inspiration in seeing how the Hangar has come together to stay connected to its community with our all virtual season. I'm finding solace in how the staff remains united working from home. I hope each of you find the same inspiration experiencing our virtual offerings this summer. I hope each show reminds you of why you love theatre and enjoy being part of the Hangar community. I look forward to meeting all you soon and can't wait for the day we can all again gather together, sit in the dark, and watch magic on stage. Nichole Gantshar Incoming Managing Director

Barbara Behrmann Sarah Dancks Davina Desnoes Laurence Drozd Dale Flinn Tilly Garnett Bill Highland Andrea Ippolito Nancy Malina Stephanie Meyer Dana Mueller Bernadette Parr Jamie Perry Valentina Roldan Marcus Terry Emeritus John Alexander Julia Bonney Andrea Fleck Clardy Ann Costello Roy Dexheimer John Elliott Mary Kane Susan Kaplan Linda Trees Mack Tom Niederkorn Kathryn Pearce Paula Peter Carolyn Sampson Ray Schlather Shelley Semmler Margaret Shackell Laurel Southard Jamie Wells


LETTER FROM THE HANGAR BOARD LEADERSHIP

Early in March, when it became clear that COVID-19 would impact our lives, the leadership of the Hangar Theatre began discussions on how to proceed. How do we create theatre when we can’t be physically present together? After weeks of changing scenarios and intense conversations, the Hangar has risen to the challenge of continuing its mission. Through innumerable Zoom meetings and phone calls, the Hangar staff and board have worked tirelessly to find a way to present artistic and educational programming that would both serve our community and maintain our standard of excellence. Even before the pandemic, we knew changes were coming. Our beloved former Managing Director MaryBeth Bunge retired this spring. Our incoming Managing Director Nichole Gantshar brings with her wonderful experience in arts management. Although Nichole doesn’t formally start until this summer, she’s already been invaluable in helping us chart a new course. Our intrepid Artistic Director Michael Barakiva has not only planned an almost entirely new summer season, but also figured out new ways to present it. Almost everything about how we present theatre has changed: the

Jessica Casey, President

Kristen Burt, Vice President

audition process, rehearsals, costumes, props, and sets (or the lack thereof), sound, video, and even contracting— all have changed, and Michael has navigated it all tirelessly and with love.

these virtual experiences. If you are a subscriber, we remain ever grateful for your belief and support. Or you may be a first-time patron, curious to sample the Hangar from the comfort of your couch –welcome! Our performances are also being made possible by our terrific sponsors, who have stepped up and stayed with us in a wonderful display of community spirit. We are deeply grateful to all of them, and all of you.

Our Education Director Shirley Serotsky has revamped our education programs to meet the needs of the children in our community. Once COVID-19 was upon us, she turned these programs on a dime and moved everything online. Available for all ages, these online classes have been well received. Like millions of other Americans, our amazing, dedicated staff have transitioned to working from home. They continue to do the work of a much larger staff with enthusiasm, grace, and good humor. We want to recognize our talented, diverse, and energetic Board of Trustees, a group of extraordinary individuals whom we are honored to lead. In the past year we welcomed several new board members who bring new skills to our work. Our emeritus board members continue to be engaged and generous with their time and wisdom. And finally, we want to thank you, our theatregoers, who are joining us for

This year marks the Hangar’s 46th summer season and we are so proud to have found a way to share art with the world. The beautiful summer season that Michael had originally planned will need to wait a little longer, but we will find a different beauty for now. In this strange, sad, socially distant time, art reminds us to imagine things beyond the present. Creating and sharing theatre and music and art have been basic human needs for thousands of years. Right now, it’s safest to share them from our separate spaces, but someday soon we’ll be together again in our Hangar Theatre. Stay safe. Jessica Casey, President Kristen Burt, Vice President Hangar Theatre Board of Trustees

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HANGAR STAFF MICHAEL BARAKIVA, Artistic Director, is an Armenian/Israeli theater director and writer based in New York City. As a director, Michael has worked in New York and across the country developing new plays and staging classics. Credits include Perfect Arrangement by Topher Payne (Primary Stages), White People by Neil Cuthbert (Ensemble Studio Theater), UP by Bridget Carpenter (Oregon Shakespeare Festival), Burn This by Lanford Wilson (Shakespeare Santa Cruz) and The Clean House by Sarah Ruhl, Turn of the Screw by Jeffrey Hatcher and Blithe Spirit by Noel Coward (all at Syracuse Stage). Michael is recipient of the David Merrick Prize in Drama, a Drama League Summer Fellowship, a Granada Fellowship at UC Davis and the Phil Killian Fellow at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. He is a graduate of Vassar College and the Juilliard School, where he studied as an Andrew W. Mellon Fellow in Directing. Michael serves as an adjunct professor at NYU’s Department of Dramatic Writing. Michael also founded and is the artistic director of The Upstart Creatures (upstartcreatures.com), a theater company dedicated to creating (meta) physical feasts combining theater and food. He is an avid board-game player, and a proud member of the New York Ramblers, the world’s first openly-gay soccer club. His first novel, One Man Guy, published by Macmillan (Farrar, Straus & Giroux), was ranked the #1 Gay Young Adult novel on Goodreads in 2014, named to the Rainbow List and Family Equality Council’s Book Nook, and released in Brazil by LeYa. The sequel, Hold My Hand was just released this year.

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NICHOLE GANTSHAR, Managing Director, happily returns to the Hangar Theatre where she was a dramaturg for the 2008 production of T.J. Rogers' The Overwhelming, directed by one of her mentors, Bob Moss. She joins Hangar after a gig with Louisville Ballet where she helped craft a strategic plan with the former president of the Kennedy Center Michael Kaiser, author of The Art of the Turnaround, The Cycle, and other books. Nichole's other leadership roles include five years as Executive Director of Rochester City Ballet. Her job tenure includes time at Syracuse Stage, Playwrights Horizons, the National Actors Theatre, Pittsburgh Public Theatre, and others.

ALEXA ALLMANN, Audience Services Manager, joins us from Virginia where she was raised in a theatre-centric home, studying musical instruments, dance, acting, and technical theatre through her high school years at the York County School of the Arts. She has performed in principal roles for stage productions including You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown; Footloose; Little Shop of Horrors; Nunsense; and Cinderella; as well as two international performances in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Alexa branched out at the University of Virginia, where she majored in women & gender studies and completed a master’s in Christian education at Union Presbyterian Seminary in 2017. She currently enjoys writing and performing original music She received her BFA from the University to satisfy her theatrical identity. Alexa of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and MFA in is elated to return to her roots in the dramaturgy from the University at Stony performing arts. Brook and has taught at Syracuse University, University at Stony Brook, THENA GITLIN, University of Pittsburgh and the Wooster Marketing Director, Center for the Arts. was born in Ithaca, and has a long Apart from her career in theatre and relationship with the ballet, Nichole served as a legislative Hangar. She used to aide in Congress and on the staff of see shows starting The Post-Standard in Syracuse. Among with KIDDSTUFF her volunteer activities, Nichole hopes when she was young, to be a member of Ithaca Rotary, ushered as a teenager, and also serves on the board of the Women’s attended the Next Generation School Council of Jewish Senior Life, and of Theater for several summers. She formerly served as the treasurer of was in musicals throughout school, Literary Managers and Dramaturgs and has always been very passionate of the Americas (LMDA), Chair of the about the arts. She graduated in three National Student Education Fund, and years from the College at Brockport, treasurer of the Syracuse Chapter of SUNY with a bachelor of science Girls Inc. Among her awards, she was degree in psychology. She was the twice nominated as an Outstanding house manager at the Tower Fine Arts Young Woman of America and received Center in Brockport her senior year. a LMDA residency grant to serve as the Since graduating, Thena has held production dramaturg for the Atlanta several management and marketing Ballet’s production of The Great Gatsby. roles for local non-profits in Cortland and Ithaca. These include the Women’s Opportunity Center, the J.M. McDonald


Sports Complex, Primitive Pursuits, and most recently she served as the executive director of the Cultural Council of Cortland County. Thena enjoys spending time with friends, family, and her fiancé, and cuddling her cats. DENISE McENERNEY, Operations Manager, has lived in Ithaca since 1989 with her husband, Joe, but her connection to the area goes back to the late 1970s. New to the non-profit world, she joined the Hangar staff in 2010 after many years working in the corporate software world, and hasn’t looked back. Outside the office, Denise makes wine with her husband, gardens, and studies her family’s genealogy.

dramaturgy, play analysis, theatre appreciation, new play development and auditioning techniques in both a classroom setting (extra-curricular and at the University level) and for resident theatre education programs. Training: BFA, North Carolina School of the Arts; MFA, Catholic University.

STEPHANIE WAITE, Development Director, graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor of science degree in integrated marketing communications from Ithaca College in May 2017. With a passion for nonprofits, Stephanie has assisted a variety of Ithaca organizations with their communications, public relations, and event planning, including the SHIRLEY SEROTSKY, Paleontological Research Institution Associate Artistic and the Cayuga Chamber Orchestra. Director/Education She enjoys working to accomplish the Director, joined the Hangar’s development and institutional Hangar staff in fall advancement goals. In her free 2019. She is a director, time, she enjoys reading, trying new dramaturg, artistic restaurants, and exploring national leader, educator and parks with her family. programmer who had worked in the Washington, DC area ADAM ZONDER, Production Manager/ since 2001. She most recently served as Executive Technical staff dramaturg and public programmer Director, is in his for Mosaic Theater Company, and as a 25th season with the co-director of the Director’s Intensive for Hangar throughout the Kennedy Center American College which he has served Theater Festival. Between 2008-2016 she a variety of roles served in a series of leadership positions including production (including Interim Artistic Director manager (since 1997); for the 2015-2016 season) at Theater technical director J, a professional theatre company on numerous Mainstage, KIDDSTUFF, committed to producing timely, and and School Tour productions; and often politically-charged, new plays and project manager for the 2009-2010 revivals. Previous to that, she served renovation. Away from the Hangar, as the New Works Coordinator for Adam has been the technical director Catalyst Theatre Company and she was with various companies including a founding member and producer for Connecticut Repertory Theatre, Pirate Bouncing Ball Theatrical Productions. Playhouse, Music Theatre North, CBT Shirley has taught and mentored Productions, Kitchen Theatre, Delaware students from the ages of 6 to 86 in the Theatre Company and the University at fields of directing, acting, improvisation, Albany. While at UAlbany, Adam was

an associate professor and chair of the Department of Theatre where he taught a variety of technical theatre classes. He has been the production manager for Playwright’s Horizons Theatre School and the Pirate Playhouse, as well as a project manager for Quinlan Scenic Studios and a draftsman for Adirondack Scenic Studios. Adam has presented workshops/masterclasses related to helping current college students get started in technical theatre (resume and cover letter writing, portfolio creation, and interviewing skills) both nationally and regionally at USITT, SETC, Ithaca College, UAlbany, and Kent State. Adam holds an MFA in Technical Direction from the University of Connecticut and a BA in Theatre from Bucknell University. Love to Renee, Taryn and Genevieve. See page 38 to learn about how we honored Adam’s 25th year with our Subscriber Selection Sweepstakes.

SUMMER 2020 STAFF Artistic Producing Fellow: Hollyann Bucci Artistic Producing Intern: Jacob Ettkin Marketing & Administration Intern: Noah Pantano Video Producers: Griffin Schultz, Chrissy Guest Production/Stage Management Fellow: Kat Taylor

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HANGAR SPONSORS

The Hangar thanks our 2020 sponsors for their extraordinary contributions, which allow us to produce high quality theatre and educational programs accessible to all.

Partners in Flight

CFCU Community Credit Union staff spent over 3,020 hours volunteering time and effort to 75+ nonprofits in our area last year. Our commitment to Tompkins, Cortland, Cayuga, Seneca, and Ontario County has transformed our members’ expectations of a credit union. Not only have they come to expect the honesty and integrity they deserve from their financial institution, our members continue to look to us as leaders within our communities to make them better to live in for generations to come. Our genuine passion for both members and our communities is embodied by our staff and reflected in our work, making us not only one of the strongest financial institutions in the nation, but also one of the most impactful. CFCU is proud to support the Hangar Theatre and all that they do to give back to the community through the arts. If your interests and priorities line up with CFCU, become a member today! Learn more by stopping into any of our locations, or online at mycfcu.com.

Mainstage Premier Sponsors

Cayuga Radio Group operates nine radio stations in the Ithaca area: News/Talk WHCU AM/FM; QCountry 103.7 FM; Iconic Rock I-100 FM; Z95.5 FM; 96.7 The Vine; Lite Rock 97.3 FM; 96.3 The Buzzer; Rewind 107.7 FM; and Pure Oldies 1470 AM/94.1 FM. Chet Osadchey, the president/general manager of the stations, is an Ithaca native and Cornell University graduate. Cayuga Radio Group is wholly focused on being a strong, participating partner in our community. Our radio stations deliver a large cross-section of our entire population on a weekly basis. Educating and involving our listeners with our high quality community arts is valuable toward creating a better culture for all.

Partner in the Arts

Ithaca College began as a music conservatory in 1892, helping aspiring musicians hone their talents into professional-caliber skills. Over the decades since, IC has evolved into a vibrant, residential college with five schools, some 6,500 students, and more than 100 degree offerings—including nationally renowned programs in theatre arts, music, journalism, communications, and film. Students, faculty, and staff at IC create an active, inclusive community dedicated to building knowledge and confidence through a continuous cycle of theory, practice, and performance—anchored in a keen desire to make a difference in the local community and the broader world. Ithaca College ranked as one of the nation’s top producers of Fulbright scholars, one of the most LGBTQ+ friendly schools in the country, and one of the top 10 colleges in the Northeast.

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Travis Hyde Properties was founded over 40 years ago. We specialize in both apartment rentals and commercial leasing; our goal is to provide you with the best service and value available in Ithaca. We offer a range of apartments located in Downtown, Collegetown, West Campus, and North Campus. Many are fully-furnished and all are professionally maintained and feature easy access to Cornell’s Main Campus. Whether you are a student or professional, require value or luxury, we have something to suit your needs. www.travishyde.com

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Tompkins Trust Company values, deeply, the power of the arts; for the enrichment of the community’s heart, mind, and soul. The partnership between the Trust Company and the Hangar Theater has been a long, meaningful, and fruitful one. The arts are essential to our community, our families, and our neighbors. Founded in 1836, Tompkins Trust Company has 13 locations in Tompkins County, Cortland, Auburn and Syracuse. Bank services include complete lines of consumer deposit accounts and loans, business accounts and loans, as well as trust and investment services and leasing. Insurance services are offered through Tompkins Insurance Agencies, and wealth management services are offered through Tompkins Financial Advisors. Further information about the bank is available at www.tompkinstrust.com.


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The Finger Lakes Radio Group owns and operates seven radio stations (WGVA, WFLK, WLLW, WNYR, WFLR, WAUB and WCGR), fingerlakesdailynews.com, Finger Lakes For Less, FLXEvents and FLXDigital. Our variation of radio formats and vast coverage area allows us to entertain and inform listeners throughout numerous counties, ranging from Syracuse to Rochester and Ithaca to Lake Ontario. Our multiple platforms enable us to formulate strategic marketing campaigns for local businesses that include broadcast, digital and social media, and various events throughout the Finger Lakes region. Hundreds of local, regional and national businesses utilize our radio stations, digital products and events on a daily basis to brand their products and services, and increase sales. Our consultative approach to promoting these businesses has resulted in outstanding results for our advertisers, with some experiencing as much as 40% growth within one year. Our long list of video and audio client testimonials is proof of our ability to generate results. For more information on how to put the power of radio, digital, social media, and local events to work for your business call 315.781.7000.

Mainstage Season Supporting Sponsors

In June 2014, a group of motivated young journalists and entrepreneurs founded The Ithaca Voice to give the greater Ithaca area something better: founder Jeff Stein began a tradition of covering stories that are “in-depth, enlightening, engaging and—above all—local.” We are a nonprofit and independent digital news site with a mission to improve civic and political understanding by publishing and sustaining in-depth, educational, rigorous, timely and ethical journalism that all residents can access free of charge online.

The Ithaca Times features all the week’s news, arts and entertainment. With a major emphasis on arts and entertainment, it gives readers timely theatre, concert, music, film, gallery, museum and restaurant reviews. Summer Ithaca, a special seasonal guide published each June, is the definitive summer guide to the Finger Lakes region; it offers extensive coverage of Finger Lakes wineries and area attractions, including a restaurant guide and calendar for the entire summer. The Times is available free in and around Ithaca.

What’s HOT highlights the best of dining, arts, entertainment, and so much more in the Ithaca and Cortland areas and beyond. Designed with exceptional photographs, articles of interest, community connections, and an enthusiasm for our beautiful region, What’s HOT will inspire you to seek out all life has to offer in Central New York. Lifestyle. Leisure. Shopping. Cooking. Business. Real Estate. Health and wellness. Recreation. Theatre. Travel. Tourism. Treasures. Education. Exploration. Enrichment. Motivation. Inspiration. A little bit of anything that’s up, and nothing that’s down. If it’s hot, we’ve got it covered.

Vizella Media is a multi-platform media company located in Lansing, New York whose mission is to entertain and inform its audiences with unique and engaging content, while helping its clients make a positive impression with its listeners and readers. Vizella Media owns and operates WPIE - ESPN Ithaca 1160AM and 107.1FM and Tompkins Weekly. In addition to these two outlets, Vizella Media has a vast digital portfolio that complements its hyper-local radio and newspaper platforms.

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Cornell is a private, Ivy League university and the land-grant university for New York State. Cornell’s mission is to discover, preserve, and disseminate knowledge; produce creative work; and promote a culture of broad inquiry throughout and beyond the Cornell community. Cornell also aims, through public service, to enhance the lives and livelihoods of our students, the people of New York, and others around the world.

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HANGAR SPONSORS KIDDSTUFF Series Producing Sponsors

We make it our business to help make great meals easy, healthy, and affordable for you. We do this by offering incredible customer service, help with meal solutions, Market Café, and low prices. Wegmans has been family-run since 1916, so when we say “every day you get our best,” it’s a family promise that you’ll always get our best service, products, meals, and prices. Nature’s Market is a store within a store offering products free of artificial flavors, colors, and preservatives. In our International Foods Department, we have a large selection of iconic items from a number of countries from around the world to make you feel home away from home. Our catering experts are here to help you plan your entertaining needs; we invite you to sit down with the team to customize your menu. Our Sushi Department is staffed with experienced chefs who have decades of service; they offer a large selection of products made fresh daily. And much, much more.

Guthrie is a non-profit integrated health system located in north central Pennsylvania and Upstate New York, serving patients from an 11-county service area. Guthrie is a member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network, and it is the first health system based in Pennsylvania and New York to join this network. Guthrie is comprised of a research institute; home care/hospice; hospitals in Corning, NY, and Sayre, Towanda, and Troy, PA; as well as a multi-specialty group practice of more than 300 physicians and 190 mid-level providers in a regional office network encompassing subspecialty and primary care sites in 22 communities throughout Pennsylvania and New York. Guthrie offers a wide range of services and programs designed to enhance the health and well-being of those it serves.

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45 YEARS

OF PROFESSIONAL THEATRE 1975 Man of La Mancha Sganarelle Arms and the Man The Playboy of the Western World The Price 1976 The Matchmaker Don Pasquale The Drunkard: An Evening with Albee The Owl and the Pussycat The Thunder Carnival 1977 The Imaginary Invalid Last of the Red Hot Lovers A Marvelous Party Heartbreak House 1978 Arsenic and Old Lace Show Boat Private Lives El Grande De Coca Cola Hedda Gabler 1979 Side by Side by Sondheim Pygmalion The Boys from Syracuse The Front Page Sleuth 1980 Wait Until Dark Brigadoon The Passion of Dracula Equus Ah, Wilderness!

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1981 The Gin Game Angel Street Ernest in Love The Sea Anchor The Rainmaker 1982 Gemini Cabaret Dear Ruth Loose Ends Pudd’nhead Wilson 1983 Born Yesterday The Eccentricities of a Nightingale She Loves Me Fifth of July Behind a Mask 1984 The Lion in Winter Damn Yankees Children of a Lesser God Crimes of the Heart State of the Union 1985 Agnes of God Guys and Dolls How the Other Half Loves End of the World With Symposium to Follow Amadeus 1986 Bedroom Farce Anything Goes Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Misalliance The Real Thing

1996 The Diary of Anne Frank I Hate Hamlet Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead Camelot Angels in America Fences 1987 You Never Can Tell Gypsy All My Sons Tartuffe The Threepenny Opera 1988 “Master Harold” … and the Boys The Pajama Game The Normal Heart The Waves A Doll’s House Brighton Beach Memoirs 1989 Broadway Bound I Do! I Do! Arms and the Man A Map of the World Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde 1990 Driving Miss Daisy Kiss Me, Kate Toys in the Attic Isn’t It Romantic Dracula 1991 Ten Little Indians Carousel Burn This I’m Not Rappaport Major Barbara

1992 The Heidi Chronicles Man of La Mancha The Miracle Worker A Life in the Theatre M. Butterfly 1993 Shirley Valentine Evita Candida A View from the Bridge Lips Together, Teeth Apart 1994 Lost in Yonkers Damn Yankees Six Degrees of Separation Othello Falsettos 1995 The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe Sweeney Todd A Few Good Men Man and Superman The Sisters Rosensweig

1997 The Crucible Picasso at the Lapin Agile South Pacific The Rose Tattoo The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) 1998 To Kill a Mockingbird Jeffrey Forever Plaid Old Wicked Songs The Importance of Being Earnest 1999 The Glass Menagerie As Bees in Honey Drown The Fantasticks How I Learned to Drive Blithe Spirit 2000 The Woman in Black Don’t Dress for Dinner Dames at Sea A Moon for the Misbegotten Greater Tuna


2001 Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters’ First 100 Years Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat The Legacy Codes Dinner with Friends A Midsummer Night’s Dream 2002 Spinning Into Butter The Sound of Music Bach at Leipzig Cyrano de Bergerac Proof 2003 Topdog/Underdog The Caucasian Chalk Circle My Fair Lady Fixed Stones in His Pockets 2004 The Complete History of America (abridged) The Blue Room Of Mice and Men Indoor/Outdoor Cats

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2011 Rounding Third Ragtime Ever So Humble Gem of the Ocean The Rocky Horror Show 2012 Lend Me a Tenor Titanic Full Gallop Next to Normal The Trip to Bountiful 2013 Last of the Red Hot Lovers Gypsy 4000 Miles Clybourne Park

2014 Red Around the World in 80 Days Little Shop of Horrors Other Desert Cities 2015 God of Carnage Spring Awakening The Hound of the Baskervilles Talley’s Folly 2016 I Loved, I Lost, I Made Spaghetti In the Heights Third Constellations 2017 Disgraced A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum Dégagé (disengage) The Foreigner Shakespeare's R&J Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol 2018 Fortune Chicago Pride and Prejudice A Doll’s House, Part 2 Xanadu Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol 2019 Or, What She Will Into the Woods Kinky Boots Little Women Big Play Festival! A Raisin in the Sun August: Osage County You Can’t Take It with You

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ANNUAL SUPPORTERS Thank you! Your gift is essential to the Hangar Theatre’s success, from the creation of quality stage productions to its extensive education and training programs. The Hangar is grateful to the following individuals for making possible another season of memorable artistic and educational experiences. The donation levels in this list reflect contributions made between .between April 2019 and April 2020 to the Hangar’s Annual Fund, Major Gifts Fund, Lisa Bushlow Education Fund, the Next Generation Scholarship Fund, individual sponsorships, in-kind donations, and donations made in tribute and memoriam. If we have made any errors or omissions in this list, please accept our apologies and bring it to our attention so that we may express our gratitude and correct our records. Please contact our Development Department by calling 607.273.2787 or by emailing development@hangartheatre.org

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The Hangar Theatre remembers Camilla Sabine Schade (May 2, 1952May 24, 2019) and her incredible legacy in the Ithaca community. In 2004, Camilla moved to New York State and began a new life in Cayutaville. She soon began working with the Hangar Theatre’s Project 4 in nearby Ithaca which puts artists in 4th grade classrooms to create plays with students and teachers. Camilla’s enthusiasm was infectious and she delighted in introducing stagecraft to her young charges, especially the shy ones. Other theater teaching work included Ithaca Youth Bureau, Hangar Theatre summer programs, after school workshops, Big Brothers Big Sisters, and 171 Cedar Arts in Corning NY. Her favorite teaching work was writing and performing plays with adults with disabilities for Pathways, Inc. in Corning. Camilla worked with the Ithaca theater community onstage at the Hangar Theatre, Kitchen Theatre, Cinemapolis, Cherry Arts and Homecoming Players. She performed in many short plays, staged readings, radio voiceovers, and public events. She did narration for Music’s Recreation and the Grass Roots Orchestra. She charmed audiences with her character Mabel McClafferty at the Cancer Resource Center’s annual fundraiser, “One Funny Ithaca.” She even played Einstein at Cornell University. Camilla’s warmth and sincere interest in others’ lives made human interactions possible that were not ordinary. She would routinely light up a room with her smile and energy. One felt that they were a better person when Camilla was nearby.

On August 26, 2019, the Hangar Theatre celebrated the life and work of Camilla in an open mic, designed for the community to speak, sing, read, or share stories of Camilla, and perform excerpts from her expansive repertoire.

Helen T. Clark and John Simon playing a song in Camilla’s memory.

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Rachel Lampert, host of the open mic.

Staged reading of Emily Sticksenstones by Camilla Schade.


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