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WELCOME

OUR MISSION Live theatre connects us to meaningful issues in our lives and has the power to shape the human experience. The mission of the Indiana Repertory Theatre is to produce top-quality, professional theatre and related activities, providing experiences that will engage, surprise, challenge, and entertain people throughout their lifetimes, helping us build a vital and vibrant community. OUR VISION The Indiana Repertory Theatre will be a life-long destination of choice for an ever-expanding audience of all ages and backgrounds seeking enjoyable and meaningful experiences. Using theatre as a springboard for both personal reflection and community discussion, our productions and programs will inspire our neighbors to learn about themselves and others. As an arts leader in the state of Indiana, the IRT’s goal is to make Indiana a dynamic home of cultural expression, economic vitality, and a diverse, informed, and engaged citizenry. YOUR INVESTMENT Because of your support, the IRT has grown to become the largest nonprofit theatre in the state of Indiana. As we look back on 46 seasons of producing professional theatre and arts education programming, we are grateful to count you as partners in all that we do. Because of your generosity, we are able to continue providing our community with art that enlightens and entertains.

DEAR FRIENDS,

We are excited to welcome you to the Indiana Repertory Theatre’s 2017-2018 Season Annual Impact Report! This report explores the many ways that the Theatre and its programming impacted our community over the past year. It is meaningful to be able to share it all with you, as none of it would have been possible without your investment in our work. Last season, the IRT made significant strides in our accessibility and inclusion efforts. From our inclusive casting of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the NightTime—for which we received considerable national acclaim—to new accessibility programs that make the theatre available to even more of our community members, read on to learn more about how these efforts made the IRT a more welcoming place for audience members, artists, and staff. As we reflect on the season that has passed, we are honored by your trust and investment in our work. Thank you for making our 46th Season possible! Sincerely,

Janet Allen Executive Artistic Director

Suzanne Sweeney Managing Director

Front Cover: Dorcas Sowunmi and Stori Ayers in IRT’s 2018 production of A Raisin in the Sun. Photo by Zach Rosing.


“We love the IRT mission of education and delivering thoughtful productions and opportunities for learning more about each production and the people behind it.” – Julie Rosa, IRT Donor

Mickey Rowe in IRT’s 2017 production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. Photo by Zach Rosing.


SEASON AT A GLANCE 46TH SEASON BY THE NUMBERS

334

39,177

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76

# of performances in the IRT’s 2017-2018 Season

# of IRT Staff that celebrated their 20th Season at the Theatre in 2017-2018

# of students served by the Theatre in the 2017-2018 Season

53

# of Indiana counties served by the IRT in the 2017-2018 Season

# of actors featured on our stages during the 2017-2018 Season

ABOUT ATTENDANCE The IRT is proud of our strong season ticket package performance in recent seasons. Performing arts ticket package numbers have been declining nationally for many years, and thanks to the IRT’s devoted audience, the Theatre is bucking this trend with increases in this area over the past three seasons! The IRT’s season attendance fluctuates year to year for a variety of reasons. For instance, in the 2015-2016 season we produced To Kill a Mockingbird as a part of our education programming. The show was popular with both student and public audiences, creating a spike in audience numbers for that year.

THEATRE ATTENDANCE 2015-2016

2016-2017

2017-2018

120,029

103,741

104,207

Student portion of total attendance

43,801

38,574

39,177

Season Ticket Packages

2,752

3,203

3,352

SEASON TOTAL ATTENDANCE

Above: Paula Hopkins and Jan Lucas in the IRT’s 2016 production of To Kill a Mockingbird. The cast of IRT’s 2016 production of Finding Home: Indiana at 200. Heidi Kettenring and Hollis Resnik in IRT’s 2018 production of Noises Off. Photos by Zach Rosing.

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2017-2018 PRODUCTIONS The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse

The Originalist a play by John Strand

Appoggiatura by James Still

A Christmas Carol adapted by Tom Haas

Looking Over the President’s Shoulder

a play by Simon Stephens based on the novel by Mark Haddon

A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry William Shakespeare’s

Romeo and Juliet

by Vicki Ireland

by James Still

Noises Off by Michael Frayn

IRT STAFF CELEBRATED 20 YEARS OF SERVICE IN 2017-2018

CLAIRE DANA

CHRIS FRETTS

SUZANNE SWEENEY

WHAT ARE YOU MOST PROUD OF?

BIGGEST CHANGE SINCE DAY ONE?

BIGGEST CHANGE SINCE DAY ONE?

CHARGE SCENIC ARTIST

I am incredibly proud of our team’s work on Pride and Prejudice from the 2004-2005 season!

BIGGEST CHANGE SINCE DAY ONE?

The most amazing change has been the huge leap forward in professionalism in all areas. As the Charge Scenic Artist, I’m thinking of the paint shop in particular. Over the years, the staff has developed to include a manager, two full-time staff, and over hire as needed. As we have worked together over the years, the seasons have continued to run more smoothly and present a fun challenge.

TECHNICAL DIRECTOR

My first show called for a large number of moving pieces of scenery; all but one of those pieces had to be moved manually by a stagehand pushing and pulling. Now most set pieces can be moved by machines and controlled by our deck manager from a computer console. New equipment means it now takes far less time in the technical rehearsals to set up complex scene changes, and the scenes are consistently replicated for each performance.

HOW DO DONORS SUPPORT YOUR WORK?

The generosity of donors allows us to advance our technology and move scenic pieces in a more efficient, controlled manner.

MANAGING DIRECTOR

Everything has gone up in quality, from our offices to our administrative processes to our customer service. We have an amazing team of people that I get to work with and be inspired by every day.

WHAT ARE YOU MOST PROUD OF?

First and foremost, I’m most proud of the art we’ve presented on our stages over the last 20 seasons. I’m also incredibly proud that we’ve had balanced budgets for 20 years. This is not always the case in our industry. Theatres similar to us have gone out of business in this timeframe, so balancing a budget consistently is something of which we can be proud.

IRT PLAYWRIGHT-IN-RESIDENCE, JAMES STILL, ALSO CELEBRATED HIS 20TH SEASON IN 2017-2018. READ PAGE 6 TO LEARN MORE ABOUT JAMES’S WORK AND THE JAMES STILL SOCIETY.

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ARTISTIC IMPACT INNOVATIVE CURIOUS INCIDENT SHINES IN THE NATIONAL SPOTLIGHT

FINDING HOME CONTINUES TO WOW AUDIENCES

At the start of our 2017-2018 Season, the IRT received an unprecedented level of national attention with a bold, innovative production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. Based on the best-selling novel by Mark Haddon, this Tony Award-winning play tells the story of Christopher Boone, an autistic teen that embarks upon a remarkable journey of courage, growth, and inspiration.

Finding Home: Indiana at 200, the IRT’s celebration of the Indiana bicentennial, continues to garner significant artistic acclaim for the theatre long after its 2016 run on our Upperstage.

The IRT was one of the first regional theatres in the country granted rights to produce the play, and ours was the very first production to cast the role of Christopher with an actor who self-identified on the autism spectrum. Actor Mickey Rowe’s remarkable journey to our stage captured the hearts and minds of people across the country. Speaking with CNN, The New York Times, and NPR’s Here & Now, among others, Mickey eloquently expressed how important his casting was toward creating opportunities for performers who are on the spectrum. Mickey’s story also helped raise local awareness of the production and its subject matter, allowing the IRT to work within our community and better serve audiences with differing sensory needs. With the assistance of partners such as the Autism Society of Indiana, Anthem, and Hands on Autism, we were able to craft a theatre-going experience for a wider audience, including preparatory materials for attending the theatre, designated quiet areas, hand-held manipulatives, and full sensory-friendly performances. These efforts will influence IRT programming from this point forward, allowing us to broaden the scope of our accessibility and incorporate standard procedures that serve the needs of a diverse and evolving IRT family. The true impact of these accessibility efforts was touchingly displayed during a post-show discussion, in which a student on the autism spectrum asked Mickey Rowe, with awe, how he was able to be married, have children, and perform in a professional play. This student had never envisioned a future in which such seemingly commonplace relationships and opportunities were available to someone who is autistic. Stories like this reinforce the power of live theatre to open minds, expand horizons, and change lives.

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Through the generous support of Lilly Endowment, two performances of this bicentennial celebration were digitally recorded by WFYI. Executive Artistic Director Janet Allen, Resident Dramaturg Richard J. Roberts, and a team of artists from both IRT and WFYI led a collaborative editing process which was ultimately crafted into a two-hour edition suitable for television. Finding Home: Indiana at 200 saw its television broadcast premiere on Statehood Day, December 11, 2017, with numerous subsequent airings appearing in the following months. The broadcast version of Finding Home was received with great enthusiasm, with particular appreciation for how well the piece translated from stage to screen. The quality of this transfer was made clear when the production was nominated for two Emmy Awards by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Lower Great Lakes Chapter. The nominations were for achievement in the categories of Arts/Entertainment, Program/ Program Feature/Special, and Audio. At a ceremony held on June 23, 2018, the IRT proudly witnessed the awarding of the Emmy Award for achievement in Audio to Finding Home: Indiana at 200, an honor shared by IRT Resident Sound Designer Todd Reischman, IRT engineer Jason Tuttle and WFYI sound engineer Aakash Ravikrishnan. Work is now underway to create a DVD edition of Finding Home that will contain not only the broadcast content, but all of the material recorded from the two distinct versions of the show. Upon completion in autumn of 2018, these DVDs will be distributed to library systems across Indiana, making this unique slice of our state’s history accessible to Hoosiers for years to come.

JAMES STILL: CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF ARTISTIC PARTNERSHIP During the IRT’s 2017-2018 season, we celebrated 20 years of artistic collaboration with our playwrightin-residence, James Still. During his time as playwright-in-residence, the IRT has produced Still’s plays 20 times, including seven world premiere productions. Among this body of work, Still has written or contributed to eight of our 19 Indiana Series plays. It has been a long and fruitful journey for the organization, one that the IRT was honored to celebrate. The year-long celebration included a variety of events created to fête James, and to immerse audiences in his work. In partnership with The Indianapolis Public Library and Indy Reads Books, the IRT presented four play readings of James’ work, including favorites The Widow Lincoln and the expansive A Long Bridge Over Deep Waters. Additionally, the IRT mounted full productions of two James Still plays: Appoggiatura and Looking Over the President’s Shoulder. Donors played a vital role in the celebration by participating in a special giving initiative called the James Still Society. An astounding 430 generous households chose to make a new or increased gift in honor of James and his work. The initiative raised $114,200 in support of the work on IRT stages, including a generous grant from the Lacy Foundation.

Opposite: David Alan Anderson in IRT’s 2018 production of Looking Over the President’s Shoulder. Photo by Zach Rosing.


ARTISTIC PROGRAMMING BY THE NUMBERS

6

of James Still plays # presented last season, 2 full productions and 4 play readings

430

of households that made # contributions in honor of James Still’s 20th Season


EDUCATION IMPACT 198

Distance in yards of the closest school to attend a student matinee

297,440 Distance in yards of the farthest school to attend a student matinee

122

# of student matinee performances this season

110

# of students from 3 schools who attended The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time sensory friendly student matinee performance

8,132

# of students who experienced Shakespeare this season, seeing a female Benvolio

Students in IRT's 2018 Summer Conservatory. Photo by Alexis Morin.


THE POWER OF REPRESENTATION ONSTAGE The IRT occupies a unique space in the Indiana theatre community by reserving 40% of our season performance schedule for student matinees. The generosity of donors helps the IRT bring approximately 40,000 students from across Indiana to the Theatre, with many experiencing a professional production for the first time. The Theatre brings their lessons to life, and possibly even more importantly, puts characters onstage with whom students can identify, representing a wide array of backgrounds, ethnicities, and perspectives. Below, hear from educators and students about how their experiences this season at the Theatre transcended entertainment.

DIVERSITY REPRESENTATION, JOSEPH ASAGAI IN A RAISIN IN THE SUN “Students are able to be in a beautiful facility and see professionals at their best. Many of my students have never been to a theatre and leave IRT wanting to come back. They ask specifically about careers in theatre, other plays to see, and some even auditioned for the plays produced at our school. Live theatre at IRT is entertaining and accessible. It is inclusive and culturally diverse. It transcends subjects, culture, time, race, and income. One specific memory I have is when I took my students to see A Raisin in the Sun. You see, I have several Nigerian students who speak Yoruba. As a teacher, to see their reactions when Asagai came on stage and spoke their native language was amazing. They sat up straighter, smiled, leaned in toward

the stage. It was the first time they saw a person who looked like them, sounded like them, and spoke Yoruba on stage. I love moments like that and I get them time and time again at IRT.” - Angela Barnes, Educator, MSD Wayne Township

NEURODIVERSITY INCLUSION, CHRISTOPHER BOONE IN THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME “Thank you for organizing our field trip to see The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. I love the book, and the play was everything I had hoped for and more! I have autism, and I love how the play accurately expressed how people with autism think. I think it is helping make great strides towards acceptance towards people that are ‘different’.” -High school student from northeast Indiana

FEMALE ACTORS IN TRADITIONALLY MALE ROLES, BENVOLIO IN ROMEO AND JULIET “I just wanted to let you know that the production of Romeo and Juliet is probably the best I’ve ever seen. The modern spin coupled with the superb acting was so impressive. My coworkers and I have seen many Shakespearean productions, and we all agreed this was the best Shakespeare play we’ve watched! Please pass on our compliments to the actors, director, and all staff. Our students equally loved the production (a thank you to Benvolio for being relatable to our girls, Peter for such a unique spin, and Mercutio for making these 15-year-olds constantly laugh). Bravo to all!” -High School English Teacher from Central Indiana

AUDIENCE EXPANSION THROUGH SENSORY FRIENDLY PERFORMANCES In addition to the world-class art presented on the IRT’s stages during the 2017-2018 Season, education staff at the Theatre launched a new initiative to make the theatre-going experience more inclusive by adding Sensory Friendly performances. Staff had been working on this program for some time and premiered it with our production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. What led the IRT to introduce this program? IRT believes theatre and the lessons presented there should be accessible to everyone, and the organization recognized it could do more to help our partner schools better serve their students of all abilities. To this end, one student and one public Sensory Friendly performance were added to the

performance schedule of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. These performances welcomed all patrons including those with autism or sensory sensitivities. Accommodations for these performances included providing a buffer seat to patrons allowing for extra room, manipulatives and sensory toys, the option to enter and exit the theatre as needed, and a standing room area at the back of the theatre for patrons that may need to pace or move during a performance. In The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, house staff members were seated at the front of the house as visual indicators. These indicators alerted audiences of emotionally intense or technically surprising moments. The list of potentially stressful sections

of the performance was also available on the Theatre’s website, giving patrons time to prepare for the moment. The pilot program welcomed more than 250 patrons to the Sensory Friendly performances. As a result, similar approaches were integrated into all performances for the Exploring Stages production The Town Mouse and The Country Mouse with great success. It is thanks to the support of donors that the theatre experience offered at the IRT continues to evolve to make it more inclusive for all patrons.

Above: Elisha Lawson and Stori Ayers in IRT’s 2018 production of A Raisin in the Sun. Mickey Rowe in IRT’s 2017 production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. Ashley Dillard in IRT’s 2018 production of Romeo and Juliet. Photos by Zach Rosing.

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COMMUNITY IMPACT The IRT was privileged to work with a number of organizations this season to expand our programming in the community. Here are a few highlights from this past season. • This year, the IRT travel with one of our productions for a special performance at DePauw University. John Strand’s The Originalist offered a thoughtful, open-minded look at conservative Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, one of our nation’s most galvanizing figures, as he spars with a liberal legal intern. The play provided a balanced examination of the ideological gridlock that characterizes America today, and the Theatre was delighted to share the production with DePauw students on campus.

• With the 2017-2018 Season, the IRT introduced Access Pass admission. Access Pass is a program developed and administered through The Children's Museum of Indianapolis. With the Access Pass, families who receive Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), SNAP, and Hoosier Works and/or Hoosier Healthwise Insurance are able to access IRT productions for $2 per person, per visit. We are the first live theatre to join the ranks of 11 arts and cultural institutions across Indiana participating in this program.

• The IRT worked with sponsor Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield in a partnership opportunity for The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. The IRT along with Anthem worked with Best Buddies, a nonprofit organization that works with volunteers to establish one-on-one relationships with individuals with a variety of needs. Best Buddies was able to have a presence in the IRT lobby during performances of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time providing audiences inspired by the production with an immediate opportunity for getting involved in ending the isolation of people with different needs.

• The IRT also hosted our Scrooge Gives Back event again, which provides an opportunity for individuals to donate blood, toys, or food items to help kick off the season of giving. The IRT also remains committed to providing pre-show chats and post-show discussions throughout the season and offering one Community Night performance each season, an evening where patrons are invited to pay any amount for their ticket. This season’s Community Night happened during A Raisin in the Sun.

COMMUNITY IMPACT BY THE NUMBERS

58 # of $2 tickets sold to patrons in the Access Pass

29 # of units of blood donated during

65 # of tickets purchased by mentoring pairs in our

249 # of tickets purchased for our Community Night

program in its first five months

Many Mentors program

Scrooge Gives Back

performance of A Raisin in the Sun

400 # of community members who participated in the four public readings of James Still plays

Opposite: Community play reading of James Still’s April 4, 1968: Before We Forgot How to Dream. Photo by Alexis Morin.

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FINANCIAL REPORTING ASSETS

Cash & Cash Equivalents Pledge Receivables Long Term Investments Property & Equipment (net) Other Assets

2015-2016 2016-2017 2017-2018

$411,769 1,903,073 18,972,131 1,775,927 165,235

$525,292 4,689,786 19,731,516 1,795,062 186,725

$694,671 4,290,098 22,039,773 1,661,945 216,770

$23,228,135

$26,928,381

$28,903,257

$234,316 782,915 2,168,664 5,004,725 15,037,515

$187,049 928,746 2,177,283 8,533,637 15,101,666

$170,724 977,938 2,126,739 9,792,337 15,835,519

$23,228,135

$26,928,381

$28,903,257

Ticket Sales Annual Campaign Contributions Investment Income Other Income

$2,951,366 2,540,207 575,208 479,339

$2,818,647 2,646,875 554,627 502,152

$2,979,348 2,523,156 571,825 552,226

TOTAL INCOME

$6,546,120

$6,522,301

$6,626,555

TOTAL ASSETS LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS

Accounts Payable & Accrued Expenses Deferred Ticket Revenue Unrestricted Net Assets Temporarily Restricted Net Assets Permanently Restricted Net Assets TOTAL LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS INCOME

EXPENSES

Artistic Production Marketing & Education Public Operations Building Services Development Administration TOTAL EXPENSES INCREASE (DECREASE) IN NET ASSETS 10

$1,700,723 $1,846,243 $1,889,956 1,296,060 1,386,544 1,396,104 1,467,300 1,421,050 1,473,999 165,582 178,281 169,616 472,106 476,472 501,797 425,645 415,348 453,998 841,247 798,363 741,007 $6,368,663

$6,522,301

$177,457

$6,626,477

$0 $78


TOTAL CONTRIBUTED INCOME BY CATEGORY (2017-2018 SEASON)

CORPORATE $446,950 (17.71%) FOUNDATION $629,750 (24.96%)

SPECIAL EVENTS: $237,160 (9.4%)

PUBLIC: $141,504 (5.61%) IN-KIND: $74,748 (2.96%) MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS: $29,170 (1.16%) INDIVIDUAL $963,874 (38.2%)

TOTAL ANNUAL FUND CONTRIBUTIONS BY YEAR 2015-2016

$2,540,207

2016-2017

$2,646,875

2017-2018

$2,523,156

“We love and support IRT’s role in our city’s arts and culture.” – Dr. David Moore & Dr. Kris Beckwith, IRT Donors

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS The Indiana Repertory Theatre is governed by a board of directors comprised of community and business leaders. We are grateful for this group’s dedicated service and visionary leadership during the 2017-2018 Season. OFFICERS

Tom Froehle, Chair Nadine Givens, Vice Chair & Chair-Elect Jill Lacy, Secretary Mark Shaffer, Treasurer Michael J. Harrington*, Immediate Past Chair DIRECTORS

Tammara D. Avant Sharon R. Barner Gerald Berg Keith A. Bice Mary Beth Claus Ann Colussi Dee Gary Denney Michael P. Dinius Troy D. Farmer Richard D. Feldman

James W. Freeman Ron Gifford Ricardo L. Guimarães Michael N. Heaton Holt Hedrick Brenda Horn Rebecca King John Kline Amy Kosnoff Sarah Lechleiter

Jeff MacKay Andrew Michie Lawren K. Mills Michael Moriarty Timothy W. Oliver Brian Payne Peter N. Reist Susan O. Ringo Don Robinson-Gay Wayne Schmidt

Michael Semler Mike Simmons Jennifer Vigran Amy Waggoner L. Alan Whaley David Whitman* William O. Williams II Heather Wilson

Margie Herald David Klapper David Kleiman* E. Kirk McKinney, Jr.

Richard Morris*

William E. Smith III* Eugene R. Tempel*

EMERITUS

Robert Anker* Rollin Dick Berkley Duck* Dale Duncan* Michael Lee Gradison* in memoriam

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in memoriam

in memoriam

Jane Schlegel* Jerry Semler* Jack Shaw*

*Denotes a Past Board Chair

Henry Woronicz in IRT’s 2017 production of The Originalist. Kim Staunton and Lex Lumpkin in IRT's 2018 production of A Raisin in the Sun. Photos by Zach Rosing. Andrea San Miguel and Susan Pellegrino in IRT’s 2018 production of Appoggiatura. Photo by Ed Stewart.


“I appreciate the thoughtfulness, timeliness, and artfulness of IRT’s productions.” – Father Clem Davis, IRT Donor

Charles Pasternak, Aaron Kirby and Ashley Dillard in IRT’s 2018 production of Romeo and Juliet. Photo by Zach Rosing.


DONOR LISTING INDIVIDUAL SUPPORTERS REPERTORY SOCIETY—ANNUAL CAMPAIGN GIFTS ($1,500+) The Repertory Society exists to recognize and thank individual donors giving $1,500 or more each season to the IRT. Donors at this level receive unparalleled access to our art and artists in appreciation of their generous investment in the Theatre. PLAYWRIGHT CIRCLE ($10,000+) Bob & Toni Bader Leo G. Bianchi & Jill A. Panetta Scott & Lorraine Davison Michael Dinius & Jeannie Regan-Dinius Nancy & Berkley Duck Dan & Ginny Emerson Tom & Jenny Froehle Susan & Charlie Golden The Judy and Michael Harrington Family Foundation, a fund of CICF David I. & Betty Klapper Sarah & John Lechleiter Dr. & Mrs. William Macias The Alice Greene McKinney and E. Kirk McKinney, Jr. Fund, a fund of CICF Jackie Nytes & Michael O’Brien Sue & Bill Ringo Mary Frances Rubly & Jerry Hummer Wayne & Susan Schmidt Simmons Family Foundation, a fund of CICF David P. Whitman & Donna L. Reynolds Dr. Christian Wolf & Elaine Holden-Wolf DIRECTOR CIRCLE ($5,000-$9,999) David & Jackie Barrett Susie & Joel Blum Gary Denney & Louise Bakker Rollie & Cheri Dick David & Ann Frick Drs. Cherryl & Shelly Friedman Nadine & Alvin Givens Ann Hinson Bill & Nancy Hunt Carl Nelson & Loui Lord Nelson Mr. Stephen Owen & Dr. Cheryl Torok Owen Ben Pecar & Leslie Thompson Mel & Joan Perelman Noel & Mary Phillips*

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Drs. Eric Schultze & Marcia Kolvitz Mike & Sue Smith Cheryl & Ray Waldman ARTIST CIRCLE ($3,000-$4,999) A.J. Allen & Kathy Maeglin Daniel & Rita Blay Mary Findling & John Hurt Dick & Brenda Freije Robert Giannini Charles Goad & James Kincannon Jeffrey Harrison Donald & Teri Hecht Richard & Elizabeth Holmes John & Liz Jenkins Tom & Kathy Jenkins Eric & Karen Jensen David Kleiman & Susan Jacobs John & Susan Kline Steve & Bev Koepper Richard & Mary Kortokrax Amy Burke Kosnoff Kevin Krulewitch & Rosanne Ammirati* Dr. & Mrs. Dan & Martha Lehman John & Laura Ludwig Charlie Morgan & Kelly Smith David & Leslie Morgan Mr. & Mrs. Kimball Morris Bob & Dale Ann Nagy Tim & Melissa Oliver Dr. Christine & Mr. Michael Phillips Becca & Jonathan Polak N. Clay & Amy Robbins Jerry & Rosie Semler Mark & Gerri Shaffer Cynthia & William Smith III Jim & Cheryl Strain Joe & Jill Tanner Gene & Mary Tempel Jeff & Benita Thomasson John & Kathy Vahle Pam & Bill Williams

PATRON CIRCLE ($1,500-$2,999) Eric & Catherine Allen Janet Allen & Joel Grynheim Anonymous (2) Tammara D. Porter Avant & Jesse Avant Trudy W. Banta Sharon R. Barner Sarah C. Barney Frank & Katrina Basile Gerald & Moira Berg Keith A. & Heather Bice Benjamin & Ashley Blair Dan Bradburn & Jane Robison Craig Burke & Diane Cruz-Burke David & Judith Chadwick Mary Beth Claus Alan & Linda Cohen James & Kathy Cornelius Cowan & King, LLP Susan M. Cross Daniel & Catherine Cunningham Frank & Noreen Deane Gregory Dedinsky, M.D. & Cherri Hobgood, M.D. Ann & Kenneth Dee Dr. Brian Dillman & Erin Hedges* Drs. Richard & Rebecca Feldman Gary R. & Barrie K. Fisch Jim & Julie Freeman Fritz French Brian & Lorene Furrer The Future Keys Foundation Phyllis & Ed Gabovitch Mr. Jim Gawne Dorothea & Philip Genetos Ron & Kathy Gifford Marianne Glick & Mike Woods Ricardo & Beatriz Guimarães Dr. & Mrs. James & Pat Hamby Michael N. Heaton Jane Herndon & Dan Kramer Bruce Hetrick & Cheri O’Neill William & Patricia Hirsch

Brenda S. Horn Randolph & Rebecca Horton The Indianapolis Fellows Fund, a fund of The Indianapolis Foundation Daniel T. Jensen & Steven Follis Cliff & Janet Johnson Denny & Judi Jones Mike & Pegg Kennedy Phil & Colleen Kenney Arthur & Jacquelyn King Rebecca King Joy Kleinmaier Gary Knott & Colette Irwin-Knott Kurt & Judy Kroenke Jill & Peter Lacy Dr. & Mrs. Alan Ladd Ed & Ann Ledford Andrew & Lynn Lewis Joe & Deborah Loughrey John & Barbara MacDougall Jeff & Patricia MacKay Donald & Ruth Ann MacPherson Mike & Pat McCrory Sharon R. Merriman Dod & Laura Michael Andrew & Amy Michie Lawren Mills & Brad Rateike David & Robin Miner Michael D. Moriarty Stephen & Deanna Nash The Blake Lee and Carolyn Lytle Neubauer Charitable Fund, a fund of Legacy Fund Brian S. Newman & Francisnelli Bailoni dos Santos Nancy & John Null Larry & Louise Paxton Brian & Gail Payne The David and Arden Pletzer Endowment Fund, a fund of Legacy Fund George & Christine Plews Bob & Kathi Postlethwait Phil & Joyce Probst

Peter & Karen Reist Ken & Debra Renkens Karen & Dick Ristine The Robinson-Gay Family Marya & Tony Rose Chip & Jane Rutledge Charles & Jenny Schalliol Jane & Fred Schlegel Tom & Barbara Schoellkopf Tim & Karen Seiler Michael & Holly Semler Jack & Karen Shaw Marguerite K. Shepard, M.D. Michael & Cynthia Skehan Cheryl & Bob Sparks Edward & Susann Stahl Robert & Barbara Stevens Kathryn Godwin Stuart, DDS Suzanne Sweeney & Todd Wiencek Jonathan Tempel John & Deborah Thornburgh Jennifer C. Turner Eric van Straten & Karri Emly Larry & Nancy VanArendonk Bill & Jana Varanka Jennifer & Gary Vigran Amy Waggoner Dorothy Webb Rosalind Webb & Duard Ballard Carol Weiss Alan & Elizabeth Whaley Cliff & Molly Williams Ken & Peggy Williams Bob & Dana Wilson Heather Wilson John & Margaret Wilson Jim & Joyce Winner John & Linda Zimmermann

*Denotes a sustaining member

Above: Claire Wilcher and Grant Somkiet O’Meara in IRT’s 2018 production of The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse. Photo by Zach Rosing.


The IRT gratefully acknowledges the remarkable support we received from all of our generous donors during the 2017-2018 Season. Your commitment to our mission made the season possible! INDIVIDUAL SUPPORTERS DONOR GUILDS—ANNUAL CAMPAIGN GIFTS ($1 - $1,499) Donations of all sizes work together at the IRT to ensure world-class theatre can continue on our stages. We thank our Donor Guild contributors for their generous support of our mission. DRAMA GUILD ($650-$1,499) Pat & Bob Anker Anonymous Jeri Ballantine Kristen Belcredi Andrea Best Jesse L. & Carolynne Bobbitt Christopher Brannon Gordon A. & Celia Bruder Paul & Renee Cacchillo Vince & Robyn Caponi Brady Clark Dr. & Mrs. John J. Coleman III Daniel P. Corrigan Don & Dolly Craft David Crites & Joan Tupin-Crites Craig & Marsha Dunkin Rick & Kathy Feid Michael & Beth Gastineau Christopher & Sheila Gramling Griffith Family Foundation, Inc. Susan C. Guba, M.D. Emily F. (Cramer) Hancock* Marjorie & James Herald Mike & Noel Heymann Greg & Kathy Hill Karen Holmes Charles Howe Drs. Meredith & Kathleen Hull Dave & Donna Kaiser Frank & Frances Kelly Louise & Mike Kinney Michael & Molly Kraus Dr. Donald & Mrs. Shirley Kreipke J.A. & Elizabeth Lacy Linebarger Janin Family Fund of Central Indiana Community Foundation Liz & JD Masur James & Kathleen McGrath Susan Meloy & Chick Vladuchick R. Keith & Marion Michael David H. Moore, M.D. & M. Kristine Beckwith, M.D. John & Carolyn Mutz Robert & Sara Norris Dr. & Mrs. Lee Phipps Gail & William Plater Myrta Pulliam Scott & Susan Putney John & Alicia Reuter Ann & Richard Riegner Thomas & Jill Ristine Sally Rowland Richard & Christine Scales Owen Schaub & Donna McClearey Robert & Alice Schloss The Steve and Linda Schneider Family Foundation, a fund of Legacy Fund Thomas & Teresa Sharp Jacqueline Simmons & Tom Schnellenberger Michael Slavens Steven & Patricia Spence

Ed & Jane Stephenson The Ruth E. Stilwell Endowment Fund, a fund of CICF Lynne & Alex Timmermans Robert & Debra Titus Dr. James & Linda Trippi Barbara S. Tully* Brian West Philip & Shandon Whistler John & Ingrid Barbro Wiebke Frederick & Jacquelyn Winters Robina Zink THEATRE GUILD ($250-$649) John & Eileen Ahrens* David & Mary Allen Anonymous (13) Mark & Cindy Argentine Michael Arnett & Barbara Young Phillip Baker Walter Bartz* Carolyn Bealmear Charles & Suzanne Beard Constance C. Beardsley* Jane & Mike Bennett Dan & Barb Bickel Mr. & Mrs. J. Burton Black Suzanne B. Blakeman Barbara & Christopher Bodem* Ted & Peggy Boehm Stephen Bogdewic & Betsy Lee Daniel & Elizabeth Bohn Joseph & Helen-Louise Boling William & Donna Bonifield Mary T. Bookwalter & Jeffery Stant Charlie & Cary Boswell Risa Brainin & Michael Klaers Ray & Kathy Brinkmeyer Thomas & Victoria Broadie Bob & Chris Broughton Alice Brown Charles W. Brown & Louise Tetrick Melanie Brown & Amy Harbin* Mr. & Mrs. Michael E. Brown Chris & Charlie Brunette Reverend & Mrs. Jack & Pam Burks Dr. Mellonee Burnim David & Beverly Butler Sherry A. Butler Tom & Bobbie Campbell Dr. Louis B. & Linda E. Cantor Allen B. Carter & Patricia Hester Clarence L. & Carol Casazza Steve Chatham & Family Robert & Jennifer Cochrane Jeff Coffee Keith & Brenda Coley William E. & Angela Corley Michael & Jennifer Courtney Norma & Carl Crabiel Dennis & Cindy Crawley Karen Dace* Robert & Elaine Damler Fr. Clem Davis

Dr. Rebecca De La Rosa Paul & Carol DeCoursey* Phillip & Caroline Dennis* Steve & Mary DeVoe Dr. Andrew D. & Ruth Dick Catharine Diehr Ditech Inc. Mr. & Dr. Jody Donaldson Rosemary Dorsa John & Cynthia Dozier* Linda Dulin Jenni Egger Richard & Judith Essex Jim Eup Keith & Sarah Faller Sherry Faris Dawn M. Fazli Karen & Terry Feltner Margaret Ferguson* Marvin & Bronwen Ferguson Dr. Thomas Ferry Elaine K. Fetta Hank & Nanci Feuer Rebecca Fields Joan M. FitzGibbon Mary L. Forster, M.D. Mary Fortney Kerry Foster Hayley & Eric Frandsen Edward & Elizabeth Frazier David & Jean Fronek Howard & Phyllis Fulford Gamma Nu Chapter of Psi Iota Xi Bob & Bev Gardner William & Jill Ann Garvey Jennifer Gates Paul & Phylis Gesellchen Bruce J. Glor Darrell & Thecla Gossett Peggie & Bob Gould Ken & Joy Graham John & Mary Ann Grogan Walter & Janet Gross Bill & Phyllis Groth Chad & Kelli Grothen Brad Guill Marla & Mike Guzman Wayne & Violet Gwin Jerry & Kathleen Hacker Mr. & Mrs. David J. Hamernik Amy Hamilton Don & Carolyn Hardman David & Tish Haskett Dennis & Amy Haworth Hear Here LLC Holt Hedrick Catherine Herber Tom & Mary Hightshue Jessica & Joseph Hisch Marilyn Hoffman Betty Hogsett Eleanor Hood Lindsey & Tom Horan Ron M. Hubbard

Dr. Barbara Jackson Greg & Patricia Jacoby Rick & Katy Johnson Christopher S. Jones, M.D. Marty & Linda Kaplan Marc & Dana Katz Aldy & Natinne Keene Mary & Max Kime Alison King Jay & Carole Kirkpatrick Steven & Mary Koch* Paul & Lana Kruse Mr. & Mrs. Matthew & Erica Kuchinski Dr. John and Tisa Ladd Roger & Janet Lang John Langham I.M. Larrinua & M.T. Wolf Jonathan & Lisa Le Crone Frank & Sandra Learned Celeste Jasmin Ledezma Dr. Peggy Daniels Lee Andra Liepa Charitable Fund, a Donor Advised Fund of the U.S. Charitable Gift Trust Rebecca Lindberg Linda Lough* Mark & Teresa Lubbers Terren Magid & Julie Manning Magid Dr. & Mrs. Peter Marcus* Anne & Ken Marnocha William & Margo Martin Sandy & Tom Mason Dr. & Mrs. Scott E. Mattson Charles & Sonnie McAuley Angela & Bill McBride Christina McBride Donald & Elizabeth McIntire James M. McMechan Trinda & Doug Metzger MidAmerica Health Milton & Margaret Miller Dr. Frederick & Alice Milley The Mills Family Foundation, a fund of Legacy Fund Dane & Shannon Mize Rev. Mary Ann Moman* James A. & Tammy Morris Jim & Shantel Morris Mr. Electric of Central Indiana Terry & Lew Mumford John & Beth Murphy Sharon & Dan Murphy Aaron & Leigh Anne Naas Susan & Jim Naus Dr. LeeAnne M. Nazer Christine Osborn Srikanth Padmanabhan Pragna & Shantilal Patel Stacey & Blaine Paul Dr. & Mrs. Robert & Judith Pearce Ray & Kimberley Peck Gary & Pam Pedigo* Judy & Sidney Pellissier Deb & Greg Perkins

Paul Eric Pickett Michael & Patricia Pillar David & Lisa Porter Flora Reichanadter Adrienne Reiswerg & Rob Young Dr. Nenetzin Reyes* Bob & Carol Reynolds Richard & Diane Rhodes Rich & Shari Richey Charlotte Robertson Larry Robinette Mark & Karen Roller Pat Garrett Rooney Julie & Tracy Rosa Bill Rosenbaum & Mimi Brittingham Royal United Mortgage Samudio Consulting Paula F. Santa Dennis & Sandy Sasso Mark & Julanne Sausser Scampers the Cat Anne & Rod Scheele Dan & Patty Schipp Steve Schlangen* Ms. Karen Schnyder* Bonnie Schwartz Philip Seabrook Kevin & Carol Sears Mr. & Mrs. Kevin & Jacqueline Shaffer Dr. Jill Shedd* Dr. Stephen Shideler Richard & Kimberly Shields Dr. & Mrs. Michael Silbert Marilyn Sleppy Joyce A. Smidley Amanda Smiley Marta Spence Ross & Rosemarie Springer Luke Stark* Sarah Stelzner Alice Steppe & Patrick Murphy Doshia & John Stewart Nancy S. Stokely, Ph.D. Dan & Diana Sullivan Richard & Lois Surber Nela Swinehart* Zach & Melissa Taft Gene & Rosie Tanner M.C. Tanner Corby & Julie Thompson Jeffrey E. & Cynthia L. Thompson Lori Thompson Michael Thompson Jennifer & Randall Todd Christopher J. Tolzmann Donald & Shirley Trapp Robert & Barbetta True* Glenn & Margy Tuckman Dr. Carson Turner Ann & Mark Varnau Dick & Ramona Waddell David & Jenny Wade Jim Wade Ron Walker

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DONOR LISTING INDIVIDUAL SUPPORTERS, CONT. DONOR GUILDS, CONT.—ANNUAL CAMPAIGN GIFTS ($1 - $1,499) Donations of all sizes work together at the IRT to ensure world-class theatre can continue on the IRT’s stages. We thank our Donor Guild contributors for their generous support of our mission. THEATRE GUILD ($250-$649), CONT. Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Washburn Susan Weatherly* Michele Weiberg, M.D. Zoe Urena Weiss John & Pamela West Dan Wheeler & Susan Wakefield* Julie Whitman & Ray Stuart Bill & Audrey Wiebenga A. Donald Wiles Allen R. Wilkie Todd & Patty Wilkinson Ronald Wilkinson Prof. Gail F. Williamson Dr. Frank & Christine Wilson John & Judy Wilson Lisa Winternheimer Reba Boyd Wooden* Brant & Lorene Wright Wendy Wright Laura Yeo Steven & Judith Young Rick & Sandra Zeckel Zionsville Physical Therapy* STAGE GUILD ($100 - $249) Tim & Sue Alexander Sheryl Allen Bernadette Allison Jo-Ann Andrews Anonymous (27) James Atkinson Connor & Kathy Avery Russ & Shelley Bachman Adam Bailey Linda Bailey Russ & Dolly Baker Mary Ball Elizabeth Baltz William Bankston Allisan Barkel Roger & Barbara Barksdale Sandra Barnes Catherine Barrett David & Nikki Barrett Doug & Pat Bebee The Begala Family Jim & Sherri Bell Michelle Bell Ms. Karen M. Bellinger Pamela J. Bennett David & Dianne Berry Kristi Beyer Pat Beyland Michael & Jennifer Bielarczyk Brian Biggs Marvi Bikak Dr. Marc & Ann Bilodeau Don & Kathy Blanch Carolyn Bogue Jason & Jessica Bohac* Jerry & Eva Bohannon Dan & Val Boots Rosemary Bova-Wood Paul Boykas

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D. Craig & Stephanie Brater James & Julie Breuninger Brett Brewer & Jan Hornaday John & Catherine Bridge Roger & Janet Brinkman Heather Brogden William & Sue Ann Brown Michael Brubaker Mary Brunner Carol Bryan Karen G. Burch Russell C. & Nancy Burk Claire Burke Daniel & Abigail Burke* Bob & Julie Burns Jim & Becky Butler Dr. William Capello & Georgia Strickland Stephen B. & Bonnie Caplin Dr. Kenneth & Mrs. Nancy Carlson Nancy Carlson Susan Carlson Diane & Dan Carmen Helen Carroll Lee & Patricia Casebere Richard Chance Fred & Doris Chandler John & Kathy Chapin Maribeth Chitwood Karen Church Kathryn Cimera Mark & Ann Clevenger Linda S. Cohen Brenda Cole Cindy & Keith Condon Charles & Sheila Connett Cheryl Conwell Ann & David Cook Todd Cook Doug & Megan Cooper Kathleen Corbin Mike & Helen Corbitt Mike & Pat Cracraft James & Sharon Cross Carolyn Cunningham Susan & Edmund Dana David & Shirley Daniell Drs. Constance & Themen Danielson Forest & Marsha Daugherty Dina David Sharon David Jef & Pam Davidson Nancy Davis & Robert Robinson Jeffrey & Barbara Dean Carolyn Dederer Kevin & Natalie Dempsey Caroline Derbin Karl & Diane DeSante Ann Dettwiler Jenny Dickey Eric Diters Carol Divine Dr. Antoinette Dobson Mark Dodds Julie & Matthew Dollins

Sarah Donaldson* Christopher Douglas Jacqueline Drain & Richard Lippitz Paul & Glenda Drew* David Dreyer & Susan Kmieciak Dave & Cathy Drzewiecki Phillip & Jane Duchemin Katherine Eardly Bob & Patricia Edwards Dr. & Mrs. Lawrence Einhorn Joseph & Sandra Erler Carole Ervin-Brown Cindy Evans Jessica Evers Drs. Eric Farmer & Tate Trujillo & Christopher Scott* Troy Farmer Marni R. Fechtman Linda Ferreira Jeremy Fetty Marlyssa Fillmore Mr Jeffery Fites Edward & Lisa FitzGerald Judy K. Fletcher Jo & Mike Flinn George & Sheri Foster Keith & Diana Fox David & Gayle Foy Linda & Bruce Frank Mark & Indra Frank Edwin Free & Cynthia Zweber-Free Garry & Glenda Frey Roger & Susan Frick Philip Funkenbusch Meg Gaffney Lance & Carrie Gallahan Paul & Danielle Galley Ann Galvin Bill & Roberta Gardner Kevin & Anne Gardner Barbara Garing Sara Garland Greg Gault & Jeanne Maurer-Gault Terry & Sherry Gentry Christopher & Debra George Edward Milburn Gilbert-Nease Glen & Catherine Gillespie Richard & Sharon Gilmor Rick Ginther Karen & Joe Glaser Barbara Goddard Cliff Goodwin Robin Goodwin David & Mary Lou Gotshall Jacqueline Gough Bob Gowen & Virgil Chan Tom & Betty Graffis Tom & Jo Dee Grau Frances Gray & Warren Jones Mary Green-Higgins Carl Grow & Judith Reed Jan Guffin Richard & Millicent Gunnell* Shirley Haflich Tim & Diane Hall

Dave & Shirley Halterman Dick & Sherry Hamstra John Hansberry & Karry Book Paul & Judy Hanson* Walter & Marguerite Hart William & Josephine S. Harter Ed & Louise Hartigan Guille & Ann Harvey Jeremy & Courtney Hatch Marty Havely Laura M. Hays Theodore & Linda Hegeman Brian & Louise Henderson* Marcus Hendry Tony Hill* David Hochoy Steven & Janet Holzer Courtney Howie Dr. Donna Hudson Steven Hughes John Hurlbut Laura Hutson Nicholas Ide & Audra Baumgartner Indy Instrument Service, LLC Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth R. & Betsy Ingle David Jackoway Sharon Jackson Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Jahnke Sara & Tom Janson Janet Jegen Patrick F. Jessee, Esq. Brandon Johnson Henry & Anita Johnson Suzann Johnson Larry & Connie Kane Kenneth & Phyllis Kaplan Linda S. Kennen Kirk King Patricia A. Kinney Dennis & Robin Klutzke Daniel Knight, KHS Rachel Barrett Knight & Jacob Knight Sherrie & John Knighton Tom & Katie Koch Mary Beth & Kevin Kohart Michelle Korin* Norbert & Katherine Krapf Mark & Karen Kryah Bob & Marilyn Kuhn Deanna K. Larkin Michael & Elizabeth LaRoche* Deb Lawrence Cathy & Bill Lawson Stephen Lehman & Maureen Toth Lehman Joan Leibman Shawn Leuck Scott and Tina Levine Ned & Shirley Lewis Ryan Lewis & Jenny Skehan Robert & Sharon Lipford Karlton Litteral Paul Logan Lee & Pat Lonzo* Cindy Lorentson Cook

Mark Magee* Dan Owen Maletic Gerald Malone Meredith Mann David & Mary Marbaugh Scott & Elena Marr* Esperanza Martinez-Mier Mike & Jody Mason Paula E. Mauzy* Meredith McAllister Kellie McCarthy Jeff & Karen McComas Rebecca McCreery Martha McCullen Edie McDonnel McGowan Insurance Group Alan & Ann McKenzie Kevin & Amy McMullen Marie McNelis* Patrick McPherson & Amy Spudic* Dana McRae Judy McWilliams Don & Terri Means Frank Messina & Robin Reagan Brian Meyer Don & Kimberly Meyer Dianne & Randy Miller James Miller Jim & Fern Miner Sidney & Shanon Mishkin Marcia Munshower Michael Myers, Ph.D. Rose Nakeeb Kevin & Gloria Nelson* Stephen Nezovich Camille Nicodemus & Chuck Henderson John & Evelyn Noblitt Mrs. Cindy Noe Tom Noonan & Marian Mather John & Kathy Null Helen O’Guinn Jon & Andrea Pactor Thomas & Linda Page Brian D. Parker Tricia Parrott Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth A. Peterson Valerie & Andrea Petro Sharon Pinson Mary Ann & Al Plahitko Tom & Judy Plimpton David & Dorian Poole Dottie Powell Karon Preston Greg & Jill Pugh Maureen & John Purcell Tony Purkey John & Annemarie Quets Eric Ratner Debbie Rawlings Rosemary Rehak Tim & Karen Reiman Richard Rejer Rodney & Judy Rhoades Doug & Paula Richards


The IRT gratefully acknowledges the remarkable support we received from all of our generous donors during the 2017-2018 Season. Your commitment to our mission made the season possible! INDIVIDUAL SUPPORTERS, CONT. DONOR GUILDS, CONT.—ANNUAL CAMPAIGN GIFTS ($1 - $1,499) Gail Richards James & Julia Richter Sue Rickett Sandra & Joe Ridenour Cynthia Robbins Robert & Cynthia Robinson Jim & Rita Rosensteele Steven & Nancy Roth Jane Rothbaum Donor Advised Philanthropic Fund Elizabeth Russell Judith Russell Sandra Russ Glass Carly Schall Rev. Robert & Dr. Rita Schilling Robert Alan Schlifke Robert L. & Becky Schneider Bill & Joan Schnell Hal & Theresa Schoen Ken & Janet Scott Nanci Sears-Perry Ellen Sebahar James & Janice Seidensticker Dr. & Mrs. James Senetar Adam & Katie Settle Carolyn A. Sharp Mark & Pat Shaurette Joe & Kathleen Sheehy Susan F. Shepherd* Jay and Amy Shultz Bob & Denise Silbert Tessa & Zach Skidmore James & Anna Sluka Brent Smith Dale & Feona Smith Gary Smith Barbara Snyder Kevin & Amy Sobiski* Errol & Judith Spears Jodine Staebler Robert Stanley Lorie Stapler David & Lori Starr Mary E. Staten Bob & Pam Stearman Steven & Sandra Steinkeler

Lois J. Stewart Mr. & Mrs. Lee Strassell Jeffrey Stratton Michael & Janine Stratton Drs. David & Pinky Stuhldreher Doris & Tom Stump Mary C. Sturm Sue Sudhoff Jenni Sujan Gregg & Judy Summerville Bob & Alice Susemichel Dianne Sutton David & Jane Svrcek Jonathan & Debra Swain* Claudia Swhier Robert Swingle Laura Tagliani Randy Talley Bill & Janet Taylor Nolan J. Taylor Steve & Barb Tegarden* Sue Ann & Richard Tempero Karen Temple & Benedict Dulaski Byron Tetrick Joshua Thaxton Garrett & Elaine Thiel Alice Thomas Frank & Joyce Thomas Ms. Michele Thomas & Mr. Steve Wornhoff Gordon & Mary-Anne Thompson William & Karen Thompson Jim & Jayne Thorne Tony & Jane Tietz Eric & Carolyn Tinsley William E. & Carol Torp Nadine Treon P. Tyree UBS Financial Services John & Robin Uhrig United Transportation Union 1548 Amy & John McCormick Craig & Karin Veatch Macharri Vorndran-Jones & Tony Elaine Wagner & Family Marlene Walk

Candace & Bruce Walker David & Alice Walsh Carl Warner Sherry Watkins Nancy & Don Watson Gerald Weber Tina M. Weldon Terry & Shirley West Karen J. Weyrauch Warner & Lynaire White Paula Whitfield Debbie & Dave Wietfeldt James & Barbara Williams Jan & John Williams Claude & Carla L. Wimmenauer Ken & Mary Anne Winslow Jim Wintz Charles & Peggy Wood Tara L. Wood* Jan Woodruff Jeffery & Margie Zaring Nancy J. Zent Charles Zwolle PERFORMANCE GUILD ($1 - $99) Aubrey Able Brenda Adams Nathan Agen Ms. Johnnie Alex Ann Alley Drew Ambrose Anonymous (11) Philip Appleman Jane Archer Susan & Carl Arvin Kevin & Linda Ault James Babb Kay Jett Baker Brett & Heather Bane Lisa & Ken Barthuly Dana Bass Lyle Bass Candace Batten-Lee Dustin & Erin Baumis* Jane Beaman Lewis C. Beem

Above: Mark Goetzinger and Jennifer Johansen in IRT’s 2017 production of A Christmas Carol. Photo by Zach Rosing.

Dennis Beeson Team* Robert Benefiel & Andi West Lyle Benjamin* Robert & Dagrun Bennett David & Karen Benson Theresa & Dave Berghoff Jennifer Biddle Scott & Leane Bintrim Shannon & Brent Blackwell Angela Blake Carol Blankenbaker* Glen & Jeanne Bohannon Lynn Boone Sheila Barton Bosron Terry & Carolyn Bradbury Karen Brethauer Jim & Rachel Bridenstine Ben Brock Ned & Joan Brown The Brumbaugh Family* Thomas J. & Myrtle E. Bryant Trudy Buckley* Dave & Shannon Buelt Betsy Burdge Laurel Burns Marynka Burns Judy Byron Herbert & Barbara Cain Dr. Valeria S. Chapman* Doug & Brenda Chappell Nancy Clapp Barbara J. Clay & Stacie Maree Clay, Daughter Pamela Clements Kevin Cloer Mr. & Mrs. Michael R & Rochelle F Cohen Shirley Cohen Jennifer & Janell Collins Donald Colvin Maggie Conner Charles Cooper & Florrie Binford-Cooper The Cooper Family Timothy & Tina Corbin Mike & Lucia Corcoran

Sheryl Cordell Jack & Sally Cotlar Stephen & Laurie E. Counsel Vicki Coy Iris Cruz Elizabeth Curran Angela Cypress Carolyn Daly Anita Dansker Keri Dattilo Melissa Daugherty Jeff & Cynthia Davies Dr. Sara Davis Doug Deck Rachel Delp Sean Devenney & Jennifer Chelf Julia Dick Jim & Deana Dinsmore* Marcy Dodson Christine Douglas Dan & Dale Drake Wilhelmena Dreyer Charles & Mary Duncan Brooke Dunn Nancy H. Dunn Ruth Durbin Gregory Eberhard Stephen Eberhard Tom & Becky Eggers Susan Eilenberg Joyce Elder Joyce Elliott Rebecca Engle Duane & Jewell Etienne* Micah Faidley Caroline Farrar Michael & Linda Fendley Ahmet F. Fer Linda & Gaston Fernandez Scott & Sara Fifer Molly Fisher Lindsay Flegge & Ethan Blocher-Smith* Joyce Flueckiger Jody Flynn Robert Foote & Cheryl Hughes

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DONOR LISTING INDIVIDUAL SUPPORTERS, CONT. DONOR GUILDS, CONT.—ANNUAL CAMPAIGN GIFTS ($1 - $1,499) Donations of all sizes work together at the IRT to ensure world-class theatre can continue on the IRT’s stages. We thank our Donor Guild contributors for their generous support of our mission. PERFORMANCE GUILD ($1 - $99), CONT. Jan Forbes Christine Frampton Kay L. Franscoviak Bill & Katie Frederick Dr. Carol A. Friesen Jan & Rick Fulmer Jean Fundenberger Lana Furnish Leah Futrell Rita Gaither-Gant Esther Gamble Christina Gianaris Richard Gilbert Todd & Jan Gillespie Hilary Givens Eliza Gordner Connie Gorman Don Goss Kenneth Goss Richard & Karen Gould Marisol Gouveia Jane Graham Denise A. Gray Thomas Gray Jerry W. Grayson Maria Green Susan Gregg Ted Grossnickle Cynthia A. Hall Bruce & Linda Hammerschmitt Flora & Keven Hammond Mr. Hugh R. Hanlin, Ph.D. & Mrs. Rhonda Impink Jay Hanselmann* Sharon Hape Rev. Sandy Harlan Ron Harper Tremaine Harris Amy Hatton Michael Haught Hugh Haynes Tom & Mary Linda Hays Ryan Hazen & Ruth Weaver-Hazen Cole & Catherine Healy Michael Heath Jan Henry Douglas A. Heustis Linda Hicks Eleanor & Joseph Hingtgen Nathan Hirtzel Lauren Hixson Mr. & Mrs. Jerrold Hochstedler Steven Holloway Dawn Hooker Berke Hooton Jen Horsley Jonathon Hosea Sara Hostrawser Lisa Hudson Mr. & Mrs. John Huffman Leslie Hughley Kelly Huibregtse George Hull James & Bonita Hurt

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Greg & Linda Imboden Jennifer F. Jefferis Mr. & Mrs. Merrell & Benetta Johnson Doug & Ann Johnson Jennifer & Doug Johnson LaToya Johnson Mr. & Mrs. W.R. Johnson Mr. & Mrs. James P. Johnston Margaret Jones Robert & Georgia Jones Justin & Janja Jordan* Fredricka F. Joyner Richard Judy & Jane Lommel Melissa & Kyle Jump Jennifer Kakasuleff Lauren Kastner James & Nancy Kean Kathryn S. Keller Marvin & Marie Kemple Mike & Sandi Kessel Anna Marie Kiefer Ann W. Kieffer Don & Kim Killingback Karen King Cathy & Tom Klages Tony & Michele Knoderer Patty Kovach Julianna Kuhn William & Barbara Kulsrud Ted & Cheryl Kussow Dawn Lambert Chris & Julie LaMothe Beverly Landis Michael & Linda Langford Debra Lanie Lawrence Lee Randy & Sonja Lehman Ashleigh A. Lehr Paul & Laura Leiter Tonya Lengar Daniel Lewallen Richard Lewman Christine Long Stefan Ludlow Dorothy Lukenbill Mike & Glenna Lykens Vanessa L. Lynch Phillip MacVean Patrick & Virginia Maher Mr. & Mrs. Thomas D. Mantel The Margolis-Greenbaum Family David & Judy Maroney Erin Marshall Liz Martz Rosanne Marusa Darwin & Edna May Douglas McConkey Robert & Cynthia McDaniel Dr. Scott & Mrs. Elizabeth McDougall Michael McKay Rod & Lori McKinlay Amy McLean Carolyn A. Mears Jay & Jennifer Medley Diane H. Mikiska

David Miller Earl & Carol Miller Lucille Miller Philip & Holly Miller Teejay Momah Larry & Doris Moore Diana Moorman Debra Moreland, M.D.* Dani Morey Joanie Morgan Christina Morris Jamie and Eun Suk Morris Dr & Mrs Jack J & Susan Moss Patrick and Brook Muehr Michael Mullen Terrance Mullins Beth Murphy Joseph & Sarah Murphy Bruce Murray Patricia Nachand Zsofia Nagy Theresa Nees M. Carole* David & Leslee Newhouse Dane & Elese Newman Sara Niles Jeff & Cheryl Niemeier Christi Nohren Ron & Stella Norley Beth Nuzum Ed & Judy O’Brien Edward Olberding Emily O’Neal Nancy Orem Mr. & Mrs. Niels Ostergaard Ken Oswald Alan & Jayne Palkowitz Bill & Bernadette Paradise Robert & Bonnie Parker Tom & Rhonda Parr Nick Parrott Mari Jo Pennington-Smith Janet M. Penwell Mark Perkins Leila Peters Jody Petery Kerry Petty Robert & Patricia Pfeifer Keith & Karen Phelps Katherine Pittman* Kathy Isborn and Steven Pockrass Kim Powers Raymond & Leslie Pratt Carl & Linda Price* Shannon Priddy Susan Rassmussen Karen Ratliff Ross Reagan Brandon & Jaime Reed Mary & Jeff Rehmel Joan Rhodes Nick Richardson Randy Riggs Lisa Ritterskamp River Bend Hose Specialty*

Andre Rivera Shawn Roach* Eric & Karen Roberts Denise Robinson Larry & Shari Robinson Lisa Roesler Anthony Rogatto Michael Roll Domoni Rouse Jennifer Rubitz F. Robert & Linda Sabol Heather Sager Eric Sampson Johanna & Andrew Sampson Robert Sanborn Gayle Sanders Larry & Donna Sandman Floyd Satterlee & Michelle Stone-Burner Annie Savino Sara S. Schacht Rick & Katherine Schiebinger Maggie Barrett Schlake & Joshua Schlake Ginger & Richard Schonberg Dr. & Mrs. Richard & Mary Schumacher Kevin James Scott Susie Selmier Ryan Serrano Vicky Sherman, M.D. Elizabeth Shevlot Barbara Shoup Jay & Ruth Simmons Kurt Sivilich Heather Smith Ian Smith* John D. Smith Kendra & Andrew Smith Mike & Cheryl Smith Blair & Helen Snead Gariathon Snowden Mary Ruth Snyder, Ph.D. Ruth Soper Lauren Spain Kim Spartz Emily Stace Joanna Stair Doug & Tammy Stanton Randy Stearns Trayce Stewart Mary Striker Austin Stoltzfus Debra Stonecypher Wendy Stutts & John Roth Jr. Carletta Sullivan Monica Surface C. Sweets & M. Wible Bob & Debie Swinehamer Lou Ann Tabor Rhonda Tamulonis Ann Taylor Nancy Taylor Stephen Taylor Saravanan Thangarajan Julia Thorpe

Cherril L. Threte Kathy Thurston Steve & Maria Tilmans Yan Tong Anne C. Toole Frank Tower Darren Travis Eunice Trotter Rebecca Troutman Lt. Col. Byrdia Lea Turner John Turner Jim Ulbright Thomas & Corinne Ulbright Patti Valentine Danielle Vetter Erica Viar Evan Voight Gary & Karen Vollen Amanda Wade Alison Walker Christen Wall & Jeramy Foltz Karen S. Waltz Bill & Joan Warrick Mary E. Wasky Betty L Watanabe & Peter Barickman Kimberly Waters Tom & Lisa Weartz Elizabeth Waever Maritza Webb* Mr. & Mrs. Wheaton Randy & Victoria Kinsley Frances F. Whitener Ina Whitman Charles Wiles Laura Wilkerson Dorla V. Williams Joe & Beth Williams Kay Williams Melissa Williams Brad & Lorrie Wilson Gwendolyn Witherspoon Margaret Witwer James Wolf Joshua H. Wolf Jo Angela Woods Stephanie Woods Maurice & Cheryl Woodson Karen Workman Beth Yates* Ellie Ypma Jean Zerkel Gail Zermeno Jane & George Zobel

*Denotes a sustaining member


The IRT gratefully acknowledges the remarkable support we received from all of our generous donors during the 2017-2018 Season. Your commitment to our mission made the season possible! INDIVIDUAL SUPPORTERS, CONT. JAMES STILL SOCIETY Thank you to those donors who supported James Still’s 20th season as IRT Playwright-in-Residence. As members of the James Still Society, these donors demonstrated their dedication to new play development and celebrating storytelling. In order to qualify for the Society, donors must have been new to the IRT in 2017-2018, or have increased their contribution by an amount listed below. MANUSCRIPT CIRCLE ($500+) Anonymous Trudy W. Banta Sarah C. Barney David & Jackie Barrett Carolyn Bealmear Charles & Suzanne Beard Leo G. Bianchi & Jill A. Panetta Keith A. & Heather Bice Mr. & Mrs. J. Burton Black Susie & Joel Blum Daniel & Elizabeth Bohn Christopher Brannon Craig Burke & Diane Cruz-Burke David & Judith Chadwick Alan & Linda Cohen Daniel P. Corrigan Cowan & King, LLP Don & Dolly Craft Robert & Elaine Damler Scott & Lorraine Davison Ann & Kenneth Dee Michael Dinius & Jeannie Regan-Dinius Dan & Ginny Emerson Keith & Sarah Faller Fritz French Drs. Cherryl & Shelly Friedman Tom & Jenny Froehle The Future Keys Foundation Michael & Beth Gastineau Robert Giannini Ron & Kathy Gifford Nadine & Alvin Givens Marianne Glick & Mike Woods Griffith Family Foundation, Inc. Walter & Janet Gross Ricardo & Beatriz Guimarães The Judy and Michael Harrington Family Foundation, a fund of CICF Jeffrey Harrison Ann Hinson William & Patricia Hirsch Randolph & Rebecca Horton Tom & Kathy Jenkins Daniel T. Jensen & Steven Follis Dave & Donna Kaiser Mary & Max Kime Joy Kleinmaier John & Susan Kline Gary Knott & Colette Irwin-Knott Richard & Mary Kortokrax Amy Burke Kosnoff Michael & Molly Kraus Lacy Foundation J.A. & Elizabeth Lacy Sarah & John Lechleiter Ed & Ann Ledford Mark & Teresa Lubbers John & Laura Ludwig Dr. & Mrs. William Macias Jeff & Patricia MacKay The Alice Greene McKinney and E. Kirk McKinney, Jr. Fund, a fund of CICF

Sharon R. Merriman MidAmerica Health David & Robin Miner David H. Moore, M.D. & M. Kristine Beckwith, M.D. Charlie Morgan & Kelly Smith David & Leslie Morgan Mr. & Mrs. Kimball Morris John & Beth Murphy Carl Nelson & Loui Lord Nelson Robert & Sara Norris Jackie Nytes & Michael O’Brien Tim & Melissa Oliver Mr. Stephen Owen & Dr. Cheryl Torok Owen Ben Pecar & Leslie Thompson Noel & Mary Phillips Dr. & Mrs. Lee Phipps George & Christine Plews Sue & Bill Ringo Thomas & Jill Ristine Sally Rowland The Steve and Linda Schneider Family Foundation, a fund of Legacy Fund Marguerite K. Shepard, M.D. Simmons Family Foundation, a fund of CICF Michael Slavens Cynthia & William Smith III Robert & Barbara Stevens Kathryn Godwin Stuart, DDS Joe & Jill Tanner Lynne & Alex Timmermans Christopher J. Tolzmann John & Kathy Vahle Eric van Straten Jim Wade Dorothy Webb Alan & Elizabeth Whaley Rick & Sandra Zeckel DIALOGUE CIRCLE ($250-$499) Anonymous (4) Frank & Katrina Basile Kristen Belcredi Daniel & Rita Blay Mary T. Bookwalter & Jeffery Stant Alice Brown Chris & Charlie Brunette Tom & Bobbie Campbell Allen B. Carter & Patricia Hester Steve Chatham & Family Dr. & Mrs. John J. Coleman III Dennis & Cindy Crawley David Crites & Joan Tupin-Crites Dr. Rebecca De La Rosa Jenni Egger Dawn M. Fazli Rick & Kathy Feid Marvin & Bronwen Ferguson Rebecca Fields Jennifer Gates Mr. Jim Gawne Peggie & Bob Gould

Brad Guill Amy Hamilton Mike & Noel Heymann Marilyn Hoffman Karen Holmes Richard & Elizabeth Holmes Charles Howe Ron M. Hubbard Dr. Barbara Jackson Christopher S. Jones, M.D. Aldy & Natinne Keene Frank & Frances Kelly Alison King Steve & Bev Koepper Dr. Donald & Mrs. Shirley Kreipke Dr. Peggy Daniels Lee Rebecca Lindberg Linda Lough Terren Magid & Julie Manning Magid William & Margo Martin Christina McBride Angela & Bill McBride Mike & Pat McCrory Donald & Elizabeth McIntire James M. McMechan Dane & Shannon Mize Aaron & Leigh Anne Naas Christine Osborn Stacey & Blaine Paul Ray & Kimberley Peck Judy & Sidney Pellissier Paul Eric Pickett Gail & William Plater David & Lisa Porter Adrienne Reiswerg & Rob Young John & Alicia Reuter Rich & Shari Richey Ann & Richard Riegner Mark & Karen Roller Pat Garrett Rooney Julie & Tracy Rosa Samudio Consulting Anne & Rod Scheele Philip Seabrook Mr. & Mrs. Kevin & Jacqueline Shaffer Dr. Stephen Shideler Marilyn Sleppy Joyce A. Smidley Marta Spence Steven & Patricia Spence Sarah Stelzner Zach & Melissa Taft Corby & Julie Thompson Jeffrey E. & Cynthia L. Thompson Glenn & Margy Tuckman Dr. Carson Turner Michele Weiberg, M.D. Ronald Wilkinson Todd & Patty Wilkinson Jim & Joyce Winner Lisa Winternheimer Frederick & Jacquelyn Winters Wendy Wright

CHARACTER CIRCLE ($100-$249) Tim & Sue Alexander Janet Allen & Joel Grynheim Jo-Ann Andrews Anonymous (5) Michael Arnett & Barbara Young Linda Bailey Phillip Baker Mary Ball Jeri Ballantine William Bankston Allisan Barkel Sandra Barnes David & Nikki Barrett Doug & Pat Bebee The Begala Family Kristi Beyer Michael & Jennifer Bielarczyk Brian Biggs Dr. Marc & Ann Bilodeau Suzanne B. Blakeman Jason & Jessica Bohac William & Donna Bonifield Dan & Val Boots Rosemary Bova-Wood Dan Bradburn & Jane Robison D. Craig & Stephanie Brater James & Julie Breuninger Brett Brewer & Jan Hornaday William & Sue Ann Brown Carol Bryan Russell C. & Nancy Burk Bob & Julie Burns Jim & Becky Butler Paul & Renee Cacchillo Dr. Louis B. & Linda E. Cantor Dr. Kenneth & Mrs. Nancy Carlson Helen Carroll Kathryn Cimera Brenda Cole Cindy & Keith Condon Charles & Sheila Connett Doug & Megan Cooper Kathleen Corbin Mike & Helen Corbitt Michael & Jennifer Courtney James & Sharon Cross Sharon David Jef & Pam Davidson Fr. Clem Davis Nancy Davis & Robert Robinson Carolyn Dederer Kevin & Natalie Dempsey Gary Denney & Louise Bakker Karl & Diane DeSante Ann Dettwiler Dr. Andrew D. & Ruth Dick Jenny Dickey Eric Diters Dr. Antoinette Dobson Mark Dodds Julie & Matthew Dollins Sarah Donaldson Christopher Douglas

Jacqueline Drain & Richard Lippitz David Dreyer & Susan Kmieciak Linda Dulin Katherine Eardly Bob & Patricia Edwards Carole Ervin-Brown Cindy Evans Marni R. Fechtman Karen & Terry Feltner Margaret Ferguson Linda Ferreira Elaine K. Fetta Jeremy Fetty Mr Jeffery Fites Mary Fortney Kerry Foster Hayley & Eric Frandsen Edwin Free & Cynthia Zweber-Free David & Jean Fronek Howard & Phyllis Fulford Philip Funkenbusch Meg Gaffney Bill & Roberta Gardner Kevin & Anne Gardner Sara Garland William & Jill Ann Garvey Glen & Catherine Gillespie Rick Ginther Karen & Joe Glaser Barbara Goddard Tom & Betty Graffis John & Mary Ann Grogan Carl Grow & Judith Reed Jan Guffin Marla & Mike Guzman Jerry & Kathleen Hacker Shirley Haflich Tim & Diane Hall Emily F. (Cramer) Hancock John Hansberry & Karry Book David & Tish Haskett Jeremy & Courtney Hatch Dennis & Amy Haworth Laura M. Hays Hear Here LLC Donald & Teri Hecht Jane Herndon & Dan Kramer Greg & Kathy Hill Tony Hill Eleanor Hood Dr. Donna Hudson Laura Hutson Nicholas Ide & Audra Baumgartner Sharon Jackson Greg & Patricia Jacoby Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Jahnke Rick & Katy Johnson Suzann Johnson Larry & Connie Kane Kenneth & Phyllis Kaplan Marty & Linda Kaplan Marc & Dana Katz Linda S. Kennen Phil & Colleen Kenney

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DONOR LISTING INDIVIDUAL SUPPORTERS, CONT. JAMES STILL SOCIETY, CONT. Thank you to those donors who supported James Still’s 20th season as IRT Playwright-in-Residence. As members of the James Still Society, these donors demonstrated their dedication to new play development and celebrating storytelling. In order to qualify for the Society, donors must have been new to the IRT in 2017-2018, or have increased their contribution by an amount listed below. CHARACTER CIRCLE ($100-$249), CONT. Kirk King Louise & Mike Kinney Patricia A. Kinney Dennis & Robin Klutzke Rachel Barrett Knight & Jacob Knight Mary Beth & Kevin Kohart Norbert & Katherine Krapf Mark & Karen Kryah Deb Lawrence Cathy & Bill Lawson Jonathan & Lisa Le Crone Frank & Sandra Learned Shawn Leuck Ned & Shirley Lewis Karlton Litteral Cindy Lorentson Cook Donald & Ruth Ann MacPherson Mark Magee Dan Owen Maletic Gerald Malone Meredith Mann David & Mary Marbaugh Esperanza Martinez-Mier Mike & Jody Mason

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Dr. & Mrs. Scott E. Mattson Kellie McCarthy Martha McCullen McGowan Insurance Group Alan & Ann McKenzie Kevin & Amy McMullen Dana McRae Judy McWilliams Don & Terri Means Susan Meloy & Chick Vladuchick Trinda & Doug Metzger James Miller James A. & Tammy Morris Terry & Lew Mumford John & Carolyn Mutz Edward Milburn Gilbert-Nease Tom Noonan & Marian Mather Brian D. Parker Tricia Parrott Pragna & Shantilal Patel Brian & Gail Payne Deb & Greg Perkins Nanci Sears-Perry Valerie & Andrea Petro Michael & Patricia Pillar

Karon Preston Maureen & John Purcell Tony Purkey Scott & Susan Putney Richard & Diane Rhodes Doug & Paula Richards James & Julia Richter Sue Rickett Sandra & Joe Ridenour Ann & Richard Riegner Cynthia Robbins Jane Rothbaum Donor Advised Philanthropic Fund Mary Frances Rubly & Jerry Hummer Judith Russell Jane & Fred Schlegel Robert L. & Becky Schneider Kevin & Carol Sears Dr. & Mrs. Michael Silbert Amanda Smiley Brent Smith Gary Smith Barbara Snyder Errol & Judith Spears Jodine Staebler

Robert Stanley David & Lori Starr Alice Steppe & Patrick Murphy Jim & Cheryl Strain Mr. & Mrs. Lee Strassell Jeffrey Stratton Sue Sudhoff Gregg & Judy Summerville Dianne Sutton David & Jane Svrcek Suzanne Sweeney & Todd Wiencek Claudia Swhier Robert Swingle Laura Tagliani Randy Talley Nolan J. Taylor Gene & Mary Tempel Sue Ann & Richard Tempero Byron Tetrick Joshua Thaxton Ms. Michele Thomas & Mr. Steve Wornhoff Gordon & Mary-Anne Thompson Lori Thompson Michael Thompson

William & Karen Thompson Eric & Carolyn Tinsley Nadine Treon UBS Financial Services United Transportation Union 1548 Larry & Nancy VanArendonk Dick & Ramona Waddell David & Jenny Wade Elaine Wagner & Family Ron Walker Sherry Watkins Rosalind Webb & Duard Ballard Warner & Lynaire White Julie Whitman & Ray Stuart Debbie & Dave Wietfeldt Dr. Frank & Christine Wilson Ken & Mary Anne Winslow Jim Wintz Jan Woodruff Steven & Judith Young

Above: Students in IRT's 2018 Summer Conservatory. Photo by Alexis Morin.


The IRT gratefully acknowledges the remarkable support we received from all of our generous donors during the 2017-2018 Season. Your commitment to our mission made the season possible! TRIBUTE GIFTS The IRT is grateful to have received the following gifts celebrating and honoring the individuals below. In honor of Janet Allen Hilary Givens Marianne Glick & Mike Woods

In honor of Claire Fretts Dana & Chris Fretts Susan & Edmund Dana

In Memory of Martha Hulet David & Alice Walsh

In honor of Heather Uuk Nancy Carlson

OVATION SOCIETY The Ovation Society is an exclusive program that recognizes donors who have made a legacy gift to the IRT. The Theatre thanks the following individuals whose legacy donations will ensure that we can continue to provide meaningful and inspirational experiences for future generations of Hoosiers. Gary Addison Janet Allen & Joel Grynheim Pat & Bob Anker Frank & Katrina Basile Charlie & Cary Boswell Ron & Julia Carpenter John R. Carr (in memoriam) John & Mary Challman Thomas & Sue Dapp

Nancy Davis & Robert Robinson Rollie & Cheri Dick Nancy & Berkley Duck Dale & Karen Duncan Jim & Julie Freeman Meg Gammage-Tucker David A. & Dee Garrett (in memoriam) Michael Gradison (in memoriam) Emily F. (Cramer) Hancock

Bruce Hetrick & Cheri O’Neill David Kleiman & Susan Jacobs Frank & Jacqueline La Vista John & Barbara MacDougall Donald & Ruth Ann MacPherson Stuart L. Main (in memoriam) Michael R. & Sue Maine Megan McKinney Sharon R. Merriman

David & Leslie Morgan Michael D. Moriarty Richard & Lila Morris Deena J. Nystrom Marcia O’Brien (in memoriam) George & Olive Rhodes (in memoriam) Jane & Fred Schlegel Michael & Cynthia Skehan Michael Suit (in memoriam)

Gene & Mary Tempel Jeff & Benita Thomasson Christopher J. Tolzmann Alan & Elizabeth Whaley John & Margaret Wilson

CORPORATE, FOUNDATION & GOVERNMENT — ANNUAL CAMPAIGN GIFTS ($250+) Support from our corporate, foundation and government partners allows the IRT to create professional theatre and related programming for the state of Indiana. CORPORATE Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield Apex Benefits Group Barnes & Thornburg LLP Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP BMO Harris Bank Dow AgroSciences LLC Eli Lilly and Company Elliott Company of Indianapolis, Inc. Faegre Baker Daniels Frost Brown Todd Hilliard Lyons Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance Company

Indiana University Health Indianapolis Colts Indianapolis Power & Light Company JPMorgan Chase Bank Katz, Sapper & Miller, LLP KPMG LLP Navient Foundation Noble Consulting Services, Inc. OneAmerica Financial Partners Oxford Financial Group, Ltd. PNC Printing Partners Schmidt Associates, Inc. Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP

Task Force Tips, Inc. Wells Fargo Foundation in cooperation with Wells Fargo Advisors FOUNDATION The Ackerman Foundation Actors’ Equity Foundation, Inc. The Jerry L. and Barbara J. Burris Foundation Allen Whitehill Clowes Charitable Foundation Christel DeHaan Family Foundation The Glick Family Foundation

F.R. Hensel Fund for Fine Arts, Music, and Education, a fund of The Indianapolis Foundation Lacy Foundation Lilly Endowment, Inc. The Margot L. Eccles Arts & Culture Fund, a fund of CICF Nicholas H. Noyes, Jr. Memorial Foundation, Inc. The Penrod Society The Shubert Foundation

GOVERNMENT Arts Council of Indianapolis Indiana Arts Commission Shakespeare in American Communities, a program of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest

IRT SUMMER CONSERVATORY SCHOLARSHIP FUND Summer Conservatory for Youth is an immersive program designed to give children hands-on experience in the creative processes of theatre. We thank the following donors for supporting this important program. Drs. Robert Baker & Paula Trzepacz Jane & Fred Schlegel

IN-KIND/TRADE DONATIONS We thank these partners for their gifts of goods and services in support of the IRT’s mission. A Cut Above Catering Alan’s Catered Events Ash & Elm Cider Co. Brooks Publications/Urban Times Candlewood Suites Eco-Kinetic

Hotel Tango Artisan Distillery IBJ Corp Indiana Roof Ballroom Jacquie’s Gourmet Catering JL Squared Midwest Parenting Publications

National Institute of Fitness & Sport New Day Craft NUVO Pac-Van, Inc. Printing Partners Sahm’s Catering

Saint Joseph Brewery, LLC Skyline Exhibits By Reitz & Associates Studio 2000 Tastings Wine Bar Taxman Brewing Company TwoDEEP Brewing

Weber Grill WFYI WICR WISH-TV

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DONOR LISTING THE ALAN AND LINDA COHEN EDUCATION FUND The following donors made gifts in support of ticket underwriting for the IRT’s Student Matinee Program. We thank them for their support! Shelley Aaker Kim Adelsperger Tammy Adkins Carly Ahlbrecht Brian Albertsen Dr. Stephanie Lynn Albertson Mark Allan A.J. Allen & Kathy Maeglin Cheryl Altany Jon Amones Carrie Anderson Anonymous (3) Paula Appel Brian Arkwood John & Jackie Ashmore James Atkinson Jeff Atteberry James Babb Kathryn Bacone Dr. Heidi Bagwell Dian Baker Steve Baker Mary Ball Brett & Heather Bane Clay & Karen Barnes Jermaine Barnes Lynne Baron Nancy Bate John M. Beals, Ph.D. Lynne Beard Tamara Beauboeuf Brian Beauchman Matthew Bell Steve & Pam Benz Marc Berman Lisa Bianchini Mr. & Mrs. Cosmo Biasillo Katie Bickett Christine Bingham Timothy Birky Scott Bixler Mr. & Mrs. J. Burton Black Robyn Bland Robert Blue Joshua Blum Jason & Jessica Bohac Carolyn Bohler Cindy Bondar Anna Bonfitto Theresa Bordenkecher Gabriel Bosslet Brandon Bowling Jeanne Bowling Erika Boykins Jeffrey Branstetter Susan Brar Tony Brazelton Susie Bremen John Bridge Karen Britt Robert Brock Karen Broecker The Mark V. Bromund Fund, a fund of CICF Cindy L. Brown Jennifer Nicole Brown Kathy Brown

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Roscoe Brown Brandi Bruns Joan Bryant Stacia Buechler Bill & Jo Ellen Buffie Michael Burke Judy Byron MeChelle Callen Linda Calvin Nancy Campbell Karstin Carmany-George Amy Carter Carol Catanzarite Beth Cate Marcia Caudell Doug & Brenda Chappell Scott Chappo Christopher Charles Zach Chastain Abigail Chewning Nancy Chism Maribeth Chitwood Adam Christensen Margaret Christensen David Chropka Amy Clark Elizabeth Clark Scott Clarkson David Clendening James Coffey Lawrence Colbert Terry Cole Bethany Colson Deborah Combs Jeffrey Cooper George Corbin Phyllis Cotton Lara Cowan-Vesper William Cowley Shawn Craig Howard Crawford Jane Cronk David Crook Ben Crosby Linda Carol Culclasure Ivanna Cullinan Gary Cummings Laura Cummings Matthew Dagon Christopher Daily Jason D’Angelo Corey S. Dangler Laura Davenport Steve & Laura Davidson Erin Davis Kevin Davis Michael R. Davisson Kathy & Bob Dean John Deiter Juliann DeSutter Cheryl Dicks Jackie Dikos Dr. & Mrs. Joseph DiMicco Leanne Dimon Laurie Dippold Joana Diver Sarah Dodge

William Doemel Katherine Dollens Nicole Dumbrowski Timothy Donahue Patrick Dan Dougan Reid Duffy Michael Dumas Nichole Dunne Adrienne Renee Dzelme Marc Ebtinger James Ehleiter Linda Eilmann Eli Lilly and Company Neil & Karen Ellerbrook Anne Davega Ely David & Stephanie Fang Jill K. Fazio Maria Febres-Cordero Jane Fesenmeier Jeffrey Filotei Elizabeth Finney Janice Fitzgerald Joe Folkening Hubert Fornalik George & Sheri Foster Paul Franklin Michael Freese Donald & Gina Frey Karen Fried Julie Fuller Philip Funkenbusch Susan Furgeson David Gabovitch & Eleanor Vonnegut Levi & Gisele Garraway Paula Garrett Ashley Garry Kelly Garverick Sally Gaskill Kathleen Gause-Thoman Sharon Geiselman Leann Gemelas-Wood Anastasia Geminden Mary Gerteisen Rachel Gibson Dr. Matthew R. Gifford James Gilbert Terri Gillay Ann Gioe Keri Glitch Edward Gohmann Dixie Good Nicole Goodnight Gregory Gookins DEnnis Graham Denise A. Gray Ann Grayson Arianna Grazzianni Frederick Green Bridgette Greene Pamela Griffin Ashley Grimmer Julie Guenther Brad Guill Ricardo & Beatriz Guimarães Peter Gunderman Aaron Haag Tanya Haas

Kara Hacker Sarah Hafley Connie Hahn Randall Halverson Jessica Hamilton Robert Hamilton, II Michael Hanlon Justin Harbin Michael Harding Julian Harrell Amy Harris Erin Harris Marsha Hart Therese Hartley Blake Hartz Bonnie Haruch Andrea Hatch Susan C. Hazer David & Donna Heimansohn Danielle Heminway Marcus Hendry Jonathan Henkel Amy & James Henshaw Laura Hepfer Robert & Kay Herzog Lindsay Hicks John Hoeschele Terri Holmes Rachel Honeycutt Robert & Naomi Horton Abby Howe Laura Howenstine Frank Howland Rebecca Huehls Leslie Hughley George Hull Joshua Hunt Brad Hunter Karen N. Hurlbut Jennifer Hurley Samantha Isaacs Melissa Isabell Mary Jacobs Benamin Jaffe Alexis James Isaac Janson Keri Jeter Natalie Johann Donna Johantges Brandon Johnson Denise Johnson F. B. Johnson Jennifer & Doug Johnson Jessica Johnson Kelley Johnson Lori Johnson Morgan Johnson Cody R. Jones Mr. & Mrs. James K. Jones Pam Jones Richard Jones Richard Jones Susan Jones Fredricka F. Joyner Janet Kamiri Erik Kantz Katrina Karnehm

Karen Katz Donald Keegan Barbara Keesey Blake Kelly Jacqueline Kelly Katrina Kelly Craig A.J. Kemp John P. & Gretchen Kenny Kevin Kern Troy Allen Keslar Jennifer Kiffmeyer Patrick & Sarah Kilway Sunah C. Kim Dorantes James Kinder Peter Kinne Amy Kinser Hal Kipfer Robert Kipper Joshua Kirk Cindy Kirkpatrick Matthew Kirsling Anthony Klemm Mr. & Mrs. Steven Klusman Don Knight Dawn Knipe Komal Kochhar Timothy Konich James Koontz Jill Kozikowski Paul Krasnovsky Emiko Kreklau John Krol Julianna Kuhn Pam Kulow Deb Kunce Scott Lake Dawn Lambert Don Langston Lisa Lanham Tim Lankford Lisbeth G. Larsson Allan Lasser Rich Lau Kim Laurin Kathryn Lauten Angela Leddy Celeste Jasmin Ledezma Robin Ledyard Jane Leeth Mary Lewis Randall & Helen Lewis Kevin Likes & Kay Bejong Lattia Lindsley Jennifer Lingeman Brie Linkenhoker Karlton Litteral Curt Little Geraldine Littleton Yolanda Lockhart-Howe Conner Logue Carlos & Eleanor Lopez Jennifer Lott Tonia Lotz Judy Lower Michael Lucas Morris Lucas Dennis Luck


The IRT gratefully acknowledges the remarkable support we received from all of our generous donors during the 2017-2018 Season. Your commitment to our mission made the season possible! THE ALAN AND LINDA COHEN EDUCATION FUND, CONT. Matthew Ludlow Dorothy Lukenbill Vanessa L. Lynch Mark Magee Steven Magnusen Robyn Malo Greg Malone & Kathryn Kelley Ellen Marcus Mark Markovich Christopher Marr Kathleen Marrs David Marsh Carole Marshall Dianne Martin Benito Martinez Hannah Mayberry Katherine McCarthy Beth McCarty Mac McCauley Ryan McClintin Rev. & Mrs. Donald H. McCord Marsha McCorkle Brian McCutcheon Leah McGrath Tony McGuire Casey & Kate McIntire Paul McJunkin Ian McKenna Matthew McMahon Susan McMahon Stephen McNeal Antonio Medina Laura Melton Brayton Mendenhall Kristen Metzler-Wilson Ashley Miller David Miller Jeffrey A. Miller Jeffrey & Kathy Miller Jolanta Miller Chad Minch Ronalda Minnis Deborah Mitchell Adam Mohr Joan Monk Stacy Montgomery Matt Moore Patricia Moore Pamela Jean Moorman Shamika Morales Daniel Moran Merrill & Jena Morey Matthew Morgan Mark Morrell Kimberly Morris Brian A. Moser Michael Mullen Cynthia Murphy Kevin Murray Wendy Muston Col & Mrs. James Malvin Muter William New Jennifer Newman Kristen Nicoson Michael Nixon Joanne Nordin Melissa Nowotarski Bruce Nugent Clark Nylin

Ms. Ada Oakerson Andrew O’Brien Martha OConnor Susan Offen Robert Ohlemiller Mr. & Mrs Ryan Olson Kevin O’Malley Patrick O’Malley Michael Orr Diana Ortega Tim Ottinger Mary Owen Eleanor Owicki Leslie Carol Page Mr. & Mrs. Kurt Palmer Gorgi Parks Fulper Rana Pascoe Mike Patarino Lorrie Pavlack Mindy Pedlar Trenee Pennington Andrew & Julie Peralta Rosie Perez Peter Perkins Michael & Donna Petraits Julie Phealon Diane Piper Erin Pitts Janeann Pitz Stephen Planalp Dixie Platt Steven A. & Paula Pletcher Marjorie Porter Jamie E. Poynter Anna Pruitt Ryan Puckett Jennifer Pugh Christopher Cass Pyatt Tammy Raab Samar Rahhal Lorrie Ramsey Michael Range Susan Rassmussen Kathleen Rathke Tracy Rausch Cheryl Ray-Williams Donna Reed Jeff & Wendy Reed Michelle Reed Linda Reel Kelsey Regina Beth Resler Deborah Reynolds Lisa Aubrey Rhoads Cory Rhodes Mr. & Mrs. Joshua D. Richardson Esq. Justin Richardson Lisa Rich-Milan Laura Riley Sheri Roach Michael Roberts Robin Roberts Scott Roberts Morgan Robertson Florence Roisman Johnny Roldan Megan Romero Johanna Danforth Root William Rose

Above: Ayanna Bria Bakari in IRT’s 2017 production of The Originalist. Photo by Zach Rosing.

Drew Rosenbarger Joyce Russell Karen Rutledge Dragos Sabau Crystal Sanders Denise Sayasit Michael Schafstall Jane Schelling-Walden Lee Schmidt Kenneth Schnabel Kendall Schnurpel Tobbie Schoening Jessie Scholl Timothy Schrader Timothy Schultz Phillip Schuyler Michelle Schwartz Constance Edwards Scopelitis Shondria N. Seaton Robert Service Rebecca Sheridan Dr. Vicky Sherman Kevin Sheward Nancy Shields Linda Shinn Cheryl Shoemaker Denise Shorey Bethany Showalter Todd Shumaker Victoria Sides Evanna Singh Kari Singleton Allyson Sloan Julie Sloma Charles Smith Jeffrey Smith Karen Smith Michael Smith Nathan Smith Ron Smith Cessalyn Smith-Lang Jeanne M. Smucker Tracey Snapp Elizabeth Snook Maggie Soos Robert Spaulding Margaret Spencer Stacey Spencer Mary Spolyar Claire Squires Ann Stankiewicz Jeffrey & Jane Stautz George Steel Lynne Steele Justin Stephens Pamela Stephens Yvonne Stewart Karen Stock Mary Stockus Lesley Stoeffler Ronald Stone Sara Storey Cindy Strachan Lori M. Strohl Morgan & Christoph Studer Ronald Suh Molly Sullivan Mary-Margaret Sweeney Lori Swick

Ryan Swihart Nida Syed Joan Szynal Rachel Tabler Valerie Tachtiris Theresia Tange Ann Taylor Dana Teasley Seth Tennyson Wendy Lynn Territo Taylor Thames F.R. Hensel Fund for Fine Arts, Music, and Education, a fund of The Indianapolis Foundation Brandi Thomas Rev. Loretta P. Thomas Meghan Thomas John Thommen Freida Thompson Gary Thompson & Leigh Harris Kevin Thompson Lynn Thompson Ryan Thompson Katie Thornton Lauren Tolson Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Tonnis Lee Toussant Julie Towle Harris Turner John Turner Cara Underwood United Way of Central Indiana Lynn Valinetz Dr. Gail Vance Mark Vander Veen Amy & John McCormick Rebecca VanderWall Roger Vandry Chris VeHorn Ester Vianna Robert Viergutz Susan Vinicor Haide Vitali Macharri Vorndran-Jones & Tony Rusty Voss Jeff Vrabel Sean Vyain Nedra Waggoner Kristin Wakker Amber Walden

Laura Walker Rebecca Walker Sonia Walker Terry Walsh Judith Walter Gary Walton Kavanaugh Ward Darryl E. Warren Lottie Wathen Shaun Watkins Monica Wearren Tom & Lisa Weartz Barbara Weaver Rhonda Weaver David Weidinger Cody Weinstein Dean Weller Quinn Weller Jeanine Wellinghoff David Wells Caleb Wertz Brian West Mark Westra David Whicker Brooke Whistler Michele Whitt Stephen Whitten John Whittington Roger & Barbara Wiencek Dennis Williams Ian Williams Lucy Williams Brian & Kelly Willig Rebecca Willis Kathryn Wills Akinziju & Angel Wilson Jennifer Wilson Margaret Wilson William & Candice Winn Jessie Wise Caitlin Withers James Wolf Cory Wolfgang Angela Woodlee Karen Workman Sharon Wright Leslie Young Frank Yount Josh Zimmerman

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DONOR LISTING 2018 IRT CELEBRITY RADIO SHOW The IRT Celebrity Radio Show is the Theatre’s annual fundraising event. We thank all those who contributed to make the 2018 event a success. 500 Festival Inc. Kent Adler Frank Alan & Donna Eide A.J. Allen & Kathy Maeglin Janet Allen & Joel Grynheim Dr. Patrick & Danette Alles Mike & Lisa Almert Anonymous Nick Anthony Ash & Elm Cider Co. Tammara D. Porter Avant & Jesse Avant Bob & Toni Bader Russ & Dolly Baker The Ball And Biscuit Sharon R. Barner Linda Bayne Mark Beeghley Jason Beehler Scott Beier Suzanne Bellamy Gerald & Moira Berg Donna Bide Susie & Joel Blum Board & Brush Creative Studio James Bork & Cathy Ferree Robert & Mary Beth Braitman Heather Brogden Bob & Julie Burns The Cabaret Adam Carroll Central Indiana Community Foundation Cheese Desert Chicago Architecture Foundation CNO Financial Group ComedySportz Conner Prairie Conrad Indianapolis William Cowan Don & Dolly Craft Daniel & Catherine Cunningham Cushman & Wakefield Michael Damiano Ann & Kenneth Dee Jody DeFord Gary Denney & Louise Bakker Rollie & Cheri Dick Lesa F. Dietrick Dr. Brian Dillman & Erin Hedges

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Michael Dinius & Jeannie Regan-Dinius Pete Donahoe Duke Realty Zora Dunn Richard Eaton Eli Lilly and Company Ellis Mechanical, Inc. Deborah Ellis Sue Ellspermann Ashley Elrod Dan & Ginny Emerson Rebecca Engle F3 Fit Flex Fly David Feinberg & Maureen Keller Margaret Ferguson Brian Ferris Emily Ferris Fifth Third Bank, Indiana Julie Fox Franciscan St. Francis Health Franklin College Jim & Julie Freeman Tom & Jenny Froehle Frost Brown Todd Michael Gargano Anne & Steve Gaylord Dorothea & Philip Genetos Prof. Nicholas Georgakopoulos Gina Giacone Ron & Kathy Gifford William Giles Kevin & Ashley Gilles Marianne Glick & Mike Woods Bruce J. Glor Tammy Goins Robert Goldstein Kimberly Greene Douglas & Joanne Greer Andrew C. Greider Joseph Gustin Steve Hamilton & Keith Norwalk Derek & Elizabeth Hammond Monica Hammons Cathy Harms The Judy and Michael Harrington Family Foundation, a fund of CICF Richard Hayes Steve Hazelbaker Holt Hedrick

Troy D. Hege & Claire Fiddian-Green Jane Herndon & Dan Kramer Kevin & Michelle Hipskind Douglas Hodge Evelyne Hoffman Glenn Hoge Chris & Beth Hoke Lindsey & Tom Horan Horizon League Brenda S. Horn Randolph & Rebecca Horton Dawn Howard David Hudson Michael Hulka Ice Miller LLP IGT Indiana, LLC The Indianapolis Fellows Fund, a fund of The Indianapolis Foundation Indianapolis Motor Speedway Indianapolis Zoo Indy Racing Experience Joann Ingulli-Fattic IUPUI Office of External Affairs Ivy Tech Community College Patrick F. Jessee, Esq. KAR Auction Services, Inc. Katz, Sapper & Miller, LLP Rebecca King Madalyn Kinsey John & Susan Kline Amy Burke Kosnoff KPMG LLP Ms. Kyle Kroehler Kurt Vonnegut Museum And Library Lacy Foundation Jill & Peter Lacy Dave Lawrence Sarah & John Lechleiter Margaret Lehtinen & Dr. Lawrence Mark Daniel Lewallen Mark & Maureen Leyden Matt Light Lilly Endowment, Inc. Cathleen Litz Joe & Deborah Loughrey Jeff & Patricia MacKay Warren & Lesley Mackellar Noelle Malatestinic Donald & P.J. McCullough

Sean & Beth McGraw Jimmie McMillian James J. Meredith Andrew & Amy Michie Douglas & Detra Mills Leslie Mills David & Robin Miner Timothy & Carla Moman Monarch Beverage Co., Inc. David & Leslie Morgan Alexis Morin Chris & Marie Gabrielle Morrison Jim & Judith Mowry Carl Nelson & Loui Lord Nelson Next Level CPA Group P.C. Noble Consulting Services, Inc. Jackie Nytes & Michael O’Brien Joel & Mary O’Brien Patrick O’Brien OneAmerica Financial Partners Michael & Leanne O’Neil Mr. Stephen Owen & Dr. Cheryl Torok Owen Oxford Financial Group, Ltd. Gregory & Robin Pemberton Elizabeth Petermann Petite G Jewelers Phoenix Theatre, Inc. Shonda Picket The Pickled Pedaler Jen Pittman PNC Printing Partners Rail Epicurean Market Brian Ramsey Peter & Karen Reist Sue & Bill Ringo Susan B. Rivas Mark & Suzanne Robinson Mindy Taylor Ross Michael E. Russell Salesforce.com Robert & Alice Schloss Wayne & Susan Schmidt Steve Schnur Sandra Schwab Lauren Scott Robert Scott Adam & Madison Shaffer Mark & Gerri Shaffer

Teresa Ann Shaffer Yvonne Shaheen Dennis Shea Shiel Sexton Company Jefferson Shreve Todd Shumaker Simmons Family Foundation, a fund of CICF Sky Zone Fishers Mike Slocum Jenni Sopko Nelson Spade Steppenwolf Theatre Company Jim & Cheryl Strain Suzanne Sweeney & Todd Wiencek Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP Joe & Jill Tanner Ann Taylor Jo Taylor Gene & Mary Tempel Rupal Thanawala Stacy Thomas Brooke Thompson Chris Tucker Tulip Tree Creamery UnitedHealthcare Ray & Regina Vandivier Jennifer & Gary Vigran Cynthia Vonfoerster Amy Waggoner Cheryl & Ray Waldman John Weingardt Kelly Wensing Philip & Shandon Whistler David P. Whitman & Donna L. Reynolds John & Heather Harris Willey Cliff & Molly Williams Pam & Bill Williams Scott Williams The Wine Guy WISH-TV Dr. Christian Wolf & Elaine Holden-Wolf WRTV Zeller Realty Group

Above: The cast of the IRT’s 2018 Celebrity Radio Show. Photo by B. Media House. Opposite: Hollis Resnik and Jerry Richardson in IRT’s 2018 production of Noises Off. Photo by Zach Rosing.


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