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INDIANA UNIVERSITY AUDITORIUM 2014 ANNUAL REPORT


“A manufacturing plant’s success can be judged by its profit and loss statement. The desirability of each process or change is measured realistically by its effect upon that statement. The university’s success is measured by its results in the training of youth and in the discovery of truth.”

HERMAN B WELLS INDIANA UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT, 1939


TABLE OF

CONTENTS Letter from the Director..................................................................................... 1 About Us.......................................................................................................... 2 Student Engagement ........................................................................................ 3 Community Enrichment .................................................................................... 7 IU Pride.......................................................................................................... 11 Season in Review ........................................................................................... 13 Financial Results ............................................................................................ 17 About Our Staff............................................................................................... 19 Season Yearbook............................................................................................ 21 Our Dedicated Team ....................................................................................... 25


LETTER FROM

THE DIRECTOR

In 1938, during the depth of the Great Depression and at a time when most universities had cut funding for arts programs, Indiana University President Herman B Wells began construction on IU Auditorium—envisioning a place where students and their families, faculty and staff, and members of the community could gather together, share thoughts and ideas, and enrich their lives through the celebration of arts and culture. Nearly 75 years later, we at IU Auditorium strive to uphold the spirit of Mr. Wells’ legacy. As the leading performing arts organization in South Central Indiana in terms of quality, leadership, innovation, and guest satisfaction, IU Auditorium exists to create opportunities for Indiana University students, faculty, staff, alumni, and the local community to experience and interact with the performing arts and beyond. We are glad that the 2013–2014 season was another resounding success. We hosted a myriad of performances, including the world premiere presentation of John Mellencamp and Stephen King’s collaborative radio play Ghost Brothers of Darkland County, the world-renowned dance ensemble Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, and violin virtuoso Itzhak Perlman. We launched a new community outreach campaign called “Give the Magic,” in which we, with the support of our donors, provide underserved members of the Bloomington community with equitable access to our performances and educational programs. And overall, we hosted more than 115,000 patrons at events held inside our facility. It is because of the support we receive from our patrons, sponsors, donors, and IU that we continue to thrive year after year, and we could not be more proud to be a part of Indiana University. As we look into the future, we are excited to continue to use our unique position and set of specialized skills to enhance the IU experience and enrich the lives of all whom IU touches. Thank you for another fantastic season and we look forward to seeing you in 2014–2015! Doug Booher

Director

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ABOUT US

IU AUDITORIUM IS presenting world-class arts and entertainment,

hosting politicians and world leaders, providing unique educational opportunities for students and community members, lending expertise to events beyond our facility, and enhancing the IU student experience through pre-professional training.

IU Auditorium is committed to

CREATING MEANINGFUL

EXPERIENCES AT INDIANA UNIVERSITY.

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STUDENT ENGAGEMENT Chad Smith, Student Manager and 2013 Kelley School of Business grad, heads into the lobby to greet guests.

“My four years at the Auditorium were an incredible complement to my IU education, preparing me for a successful career and a life of meaningful impact in my community.”

MATT MINDRUM

VP FOR MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS, BUTLER UNIVERSITY IU CLASS OF 2005 “The work I did for IU Auditorium was absolutely perfect for me in regards to both my business studies and Excel interests. I love technology and data and therefore, being able to create a database was my dream project. Working at IU Auditorium allowed me to take what I loved learning about in class and use it in a real-life, concrete application.”

CHING DIANA YU

DATABASE CONSULTANT, IU AUDITORIUM IU CLASS OF 2013

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t the core of IU Auditorium operations is a commitment to furthering the student experience. In addition to providing IU Bloomington students deep ticket discounts to our season shows, we also provide meaningful educational programming that connects students with our visiting artists. The Auditorium is also a learning laboratory where students gain pre-professional training as volunteer ushers, customer service representatives, box office clerks, marketing and design interns, guest services managers, and more. At IU Auditorium, students come together in an environment of inclusion that both prepares them for the future and helps a big university feel like home.

During the 2013–2014 season, our student workforce included:

1,401 VOLUNTEER USHERS 52 STUDENT MANAGERS 31 BOX OFFICE CLERKS 22 TICKET TAKERS 8 INTERNS “IU Auditorium is a place where I can volunteer and work in an environment that I enjoy. It gives me the opportunity to apply what I’m learning in school, and it really brings my education to life!”

LINDSAY CRUTCHFIELD

STUDENT MANAGER, IU AUDITORIUM IU CLASS OF 2015 “Although IU Auditorium typically hires freshmen and sophomores to be student managers, I was hired at the start of my senior year. In that one year alone, I made lifelong friends and learned lessons I use on a daily basis at my current job.”

MAX LONG

FRONT OF HOUSE MGR., AT&T PERFORMING ARTS CENTER, DALLAS, TX

IU CLASS OF 2011

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In the 2013–2014 season, IU Auditorium sold a total of

WHAT WE DID Mentoring

10,595

STUDENT TICKETS!

(TO SEASON SHOWS)

Our staff is an educational resource for students university-wide. This year we assisted Arts Administration master’s students in promoting the Singing Hoosiers Spring Concert, worked alongside Zeta Tau Alpha to present Big Man On Campus, advised the Asian Student Association for Taste of Asia, and mentored students from Union Board as they marketed and presented multiple Union Board lectures and the Little 500 concert (which sold over 3,000 student tickets).

Laid end to end, that’s more than enough to draw a line from Memorial Stadium to our front steps!

RPS VIP This new program gave special perks to IU students from Residential Programs and Services for each season performance—including chances to win tickets, meet the artists, get promotional merchandise and free concessions, access exclusive behind-the-scenes content, receive backstage passes, and more.

Artist Engagement Events This season offered a variety of cast interaction and educational opportunities in which our student patrons could take part—for which we had over 600 participants across all events! Among these participants are Wells Scholars, students and faculty from the Jacobs School of Music, the Department of Theatre and Drama, the IU Contemporary Dance Program, as well as many others. ARTIST INTERACTIONS:

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Blue Man Group Q&A, Béla Fleck reception and Q&A, David Sedaris book signing, Mamma Mia! cast Q&A, Million Dollar Quartet cast Q&A, two Beauty and the Beast cast talks MASTERCLASSES:

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Béla Fleck, four with Ballet Hispanico, three with Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater EDUCATIONAL ENGAGEMENTS:

Blue Man Group: ‘Makevention’ hosted at WonderLab Ghost Brothers of Darkland County: invited dress rehearsal and backstage tour Ballet Hispanico: two preshow lectures, Lifelong Learning continuing education course, and invited dress rehearsal with company director Beauty and the Beast: Kids Night on Broadway and Give the Magic campaign Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater: preshow talk West Side Story: two preshow Q&As

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National Survey of Student Engagement, 2014 – http://nsse.iub.edu

Wyrick, Jason. “Why Involvement matters: A review of research on student involvement in the collegiate setting.” Southern Association for College Student Affairs: n. pag. Print.


BUILDING CONNECTIONS Working Together We work alongside IU student-affiliated groups to ensure their events are successful. This year alone we served over 25 registered student organizations.

Tools to Succeed We provide opportunities to delve into all facets of our operations. Whether providing customer service in the Box Office or helping to manage media relations in the Marketing department, students can tailor their experience to suit their needs and interests—all while imparting skills they will carry with them post-graduation.

A Home Away From Home Our students get to have fun while creating their own diverse IU family—helping make the IU experience more intimate. Plus, research indicates that students who become involved in organizations like IU Auditorium have a higher collegiate retention rate and increased professional success post graduation!1,2

DID YOU KNOW? The original bronze casts used to construct Showalter Fountain were crafted in Rome! Commissioned by Herman B Wells and Ward Biddle in 1941, Fine Arts Professor Robert Laurent began conceptualizing his design for the fountain while on sabbatical in Italy. 3

Room To Grow IU Auditorium fosters one of IU’s largest student volunteer groups, and we are continually working to expand these student development opportunities, for both volunteers and paid employees, as well as to continue to ensure that this group mirrors the diversity that exists at IU. We are proud that in 2013–2014 we added two administrative-level internships to our roster—working in promotions and media relations.

3 Schwier, Carrie. “The One That Got Away: The History Behind the Showalter Fountain Fish.” . IUB Libraries Blogs, 9 Apr. 2013. Web. . <https://blogs.libraries.iub.edu/iubarchives/2013/04/09/ the-one-that-got-away-the-history-behind-the-showalter-fountain-fish/

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COMMUNITY ENRICHMENT Susana Perez and other IU student members of Sigma Lambda Upsilon/Señoritas Latinas Unidas Sorority, Inc. volunteer to help facilitate Kids Night on Broadway 2014.

“Any excuse to get my Little Sister onto the Indiana University campus is an opportunity to make her value all that IU brings to our community. Attending Beauty and the Beast at the Auditorium was a perfect experience—culture, the campus and friendship all in one evening. Magnificent.” BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS “GIVE THE MAGIC” PARTICIPANT

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Auditorium is one of South Central Indiana’s direct connections to Indiana University. We are proud to be the face of IU to the thousands of community members who enter our doors each season. IU Auditorium is deepening this relationship through our many and varied outreach initiatives and educational programs.

COMMUNITY OUTREACH INITIATIVES 2013–2014 Educational Programming For nearly every performance, we develop supplemental educational programming to enrich the IU Auditorium experience and connect the community with our artists. In 2013–2014 we hosted 12 performance-related educational engagements, conducted seven cast interaction events, and held seven masterclasses with visiting artists.

Give the Magic This season, IU Auditorium began raising funds for the specific purpose of providing underserved members of the Bloomington community access to our performances and supplemental educational programming. For Beauty and the Beast, we hosted over 50 young men and women from Big Brothers Big Sisters—granting them free admission, providing exclusive early entry to Kids Night on Broadway activities, and inviting them to a post-show interaction with the cast.

Kids Night on Broadway This past March, in conjunction with the performances of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, the IU Auditorium lobby was filled with free, family-friendly activities. Kids of all ages participated in Chip’s Tea Cup Toss, Maurice’s Invention Workshop, and more—providing children with opportunities to conduct simple science experiments, express themselves artistically, and engage in creative play.

Makevention For the performance of Blue Man Group in September, IU Auditorium worked with the WonderLab Museum and hosted a booth at Bloomington’s first-ever Makevention Convention to give members of the community the chance to build their own musical instruments out of unconventional materials—just like the Blue Men.

IU Auditorium Gives In 2013–2014, IU Auditorium partnered with various community organizations to collect donations. We conducted a food drive with proceeds going to the Hoosier Hills Food Bank, and collected children’s books for SCCAP’s Head Start program. In total, we provided tickets to 87 different organizations.

Room To Grow Limited funding for arts education continues to be a pervasive struggle in K–12 education. Through initiatives like Give the Magic, we will continue to work with schools and community organizations to create unique opportunities for children in our community to interact with the performing arts.

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South Central Indiana As the regionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s premier presenter of performing arts, IU Auditorium is an ambassador of the arts for people from all walks of life. We represent Indiana University in creating positive relationships with individuals and organizations who may not otherwise have access to world-class arts and entertainment.

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We partner with a variety of charitable, arts-driven, and locally-owned organizations to provide unique opportunities to Bloomingtonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s citizens. We take pride in being able to enrich the diverse tapestry of the arts in Bloomington.

Internal Collaboration We strive to add value to IU and utilize the unparalleled resources it provides. We partner with faculty, staff, and students to create supplemental educational programming, and team up with countless IU departments to create outstanding event experiences.


IU PRIDE Undergraduate degrees are conferred to students from IUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s School of Public and Environmental Affairs.

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INTER-DEPARTMENTAL COLLABORATION Indiana University is a remarkable institution of which we could not be more proud to be a part. IU Auditorium actively engages with student organizations, highlights IU’s knowledgeable faculty, and proudly showcases our historic facility. Additionally, IU Auditorium’s staff members possess a highly-specialized skill set in event presentation, and lend their expertise to departments throughout the University, assisting in the flawless execution of large-scale ceremonies, athletic events, concerts, and more, both inside and outside our four walls.

JACOBS SCHOOL OF MUSIC

THEATRE & DRAMA

BOX OFFICE

IU CINEMA

UNION BOARD

IU AUDITORIUM

PRODUCTION SERVICES

EVENT SERVICES

ATHLETICS

UNIVERSITY CEREMONIES

Our Expertise, Your Mission With an extensive knowledge of event planning and execution, emergency procedures, as well as law and code compliance, our experienced team takes care of the details—enabling other facets of the university to focus on content.

Maintaining Our Historic Facility IU Auditorium was Herman B Wells’ first construction project on the IU Bloomington campus. We take pride in ensuring the dignity of this historic building is maintained for future generations of IU students and faculty. It is in this spirit that we: • Maintain the integrity of the facility’s structure • Act as stewards for the Thomas Hart Benton “Century of Progress” murals and the priceless Dailey Family Memorial Collection of Hoosier Art • Ensure our theatre is equipped to accommodate the state-of-the-art needs of the most prestigious touring performances

Room To Grow As the third oldest performing arts center in the Big Ten Conference, continuing to pursue environmentally sustainable solutions is a responsibility we take seriously—from stage lighting to restroom fixtures.

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SEASON IN REVIEW

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he 2013–2014 season was an ongoing celebration of Broadway classics, contemporary dance, local favorites, classical traditions, and never-before-seen performances. Audiences engaged in a wide variety of arts and entertainment from the upbeat antics of Blue Man Group to the final bows of West Side Story. Along the way, we were pleased to feature David Sedaris, Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn, Itzhak Perlman, and a host of other performers in the casts of Mamma Mia!, Million Dollar Quartet, Ghost Brothers of Darkland County, Beauty and the Beast, and more.

GH O DA ST B RK RO L 5,1 AND THE 06 CO RS TIC UN OF KE TY TS

BLUE M A 6,258 N GROUP TICKE TS

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MAMMA MIA! S 4,167 TICKET

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ANICO S T HISP BALLE 57 TICKET 1,2

BREAKDOWN OF TOTAL SEASON TICKETS SOLD


2013–2014 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS

41,483

TICKET SALES

$1,590,538

TICKETS SOLD TO SE A SON EVENTS

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MILL QUARION DOLL AR 2,78 TET 2 TIC KETS

CHIMES CHRISTMOF 2,882 T AS ICKETS

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OTHER ENGAGEMENTS

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longside our scheduled season events, we were pleased to host a number of additional events during 2013–2014. Augmenting our season not only supports our mission, it also provides patrons with the opportunity to experience an even wider variety of entertainment in our venue—all while enabling organizations and artists to directly connect with the arts-savvy landscape of Bloomington.

BREAKDOWN OF TOTAL TICKETS SOLD FOR NON-SEASON EVENTS

BIG MAN ON CAMPUS 2,088 TICKETS

MISS GREEK IU 1,159 TICKETS SCHOOL BOY Q 3,094 TICKETS

SINGING HOOSIERS SPRING CONCERT 2,045 TICKETS UNDER THE STREETLAMP WITH GENTLEMAN’S RULE 579 TICKETS MENOPAUSE THE MUSICAL 292 TICKETS

TASTE OF HOME 752 TICKETS

THE PRICE IS RIGHT LIVE 1,837 TICKETS BARENAKED LADIES 1,122 TICKETS

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FACILITY USE DAYS The Auditorium is used for so much more than ticketed events. Our facility is busy hosting lectures, ceremonies, meetings, weddings, conferences, and more throughout the year. Here’s a glimpse of what we’ve been up to:

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PERFORMANCE-RELATED USES

175 INDIVIDU

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NON-TICKETED RENTAL EVENTS

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FINANCIAL RESULTS REVENUE FACILITY FACILITY RENTAL CONCESSION SALES OTHER INCOME UNIVERSITY SUPPORT SUBTOTAL

$ 552,467 $ 45,532 $ 303,022 $ 324,600 $ 1,225,621

PRESENTATIONS DONATIONS AND SPONSORSHIPS TICKET SALES STUDENT FEE PERSONNEL INCOME EQUIPMENT INCOME OTHER INCOME SUBTOTAL

$ 274,500 $ 1,771,666 $ 262,557 $ 1,286,214 $ 253,970 $ 126,486 $ 3,975,393

TOTAL GROSS REVENUE

$5,201,014

EXPENSES FACILITY COST OF GOODS SOLD SALARY AND WAGES SUPPLIES AND EXPENSE SUBTOTAL

$ 14,265 $ 1,248,630 $ 633,119 $ 1,896,014

PRESENTATIONS ARTIST FEES SALARY AND WAGES SUPPLIES AND EXPENSE SUBTOTAL TOTAL EXPENSES NET MARGIN

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$ 944,099 $ 1,343,971 $ 961,480 $ 3,249,550 $ 5,145,564 $ 55,450


IU students participate in a masterclass led by Ballet Hispanico

President McRobbie delivers a speech at the Honorary Degree Conferral ceremony honoring Meryl Streep

The support we receive from the University allows discounted use of the Auditorium by University departments and student organizations.

John Mellencamp and Stephen King are interviewed by local and national media at the Auditorium preceding the premiere of Ghost Brothers of Darkland County

Did you know that IU Auditorium hosts one of the largest student volunteer groups on campus? With over 1,400 active volunteers, the ratio of volunteers to staff is about 50 to 1!

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ABOUT OUR STAFF “We know, you and I, that this Auditorium will stand for generations, and through these years, thousands of our good citizens will assemble here from time to time to enjoy the finer things of life.... The culture they acquire here will not only enrich their individual lives, but will, in a large measure, train them to solve the problems of a troubled world.” Articulated at the Dedication Ceremony for the Auditorium by Indiana Governor Honorable Henry F. Schricker, this charge is one that our staff proudly works to uphold. From the extensive experience of our backstage team to the outer-facing representatives of our venue—Auditorium employees are among the industry’s most knowledgeable professionals.

DID YOU KNOW? Doug Booher, Director of IU Auditorium, earned the Certified Facility Executive designation from the International Association of Venue Managers (IAVM) and participates on this association’s Board of Directors as the representative of all university athletics and arts venues. The Associate Director, Maria Talbert, serves on the Performing Arts Committee for IAVM. Her passion for mentoring students led her to create IU Auditorium’s internship program. Box Office Manager Stacy Brown also serves as Adjunct Professor in the Arts Management program through SPEA. Many of our full-time staff began their careers at the Auditorium as student volunteers!

In 2012, IU Auditorium was presented with the

IAVM VENUE EDUCATION AWARD!

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Our staff has more than

320 YEARS

The close of the 2013–2014 season marked the end of Dena Brown’s 23-year tenure as IU Auditorium’s Office Manager. Enjoy retirement, Dena!

combined career experience.

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(More than of them were gained at the Auditorium!)

l Donor Relations Manager Mindy Pera tions niza orga and ls idua indiv with works to keep us going

Summer is busy for Maria Talbert as sh Associate Director e shows for the 2014books and preps –2015 season

E.J. Ernsberger mans the light board during New Student Orientation

Halfway through the 2013–2014 season, we also celebrated the retirement of Community and Corporate Relations Manager Jayne Averitt after 15 years of dedicated service. Enjoy your retirement on the lake, Jayne!

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“The Venue Education Award acknowledges allied organizations, venues, and academic institutions that demonstrate active student involvement, excel in available educational opportunities as well as demonstrate leadership in education. The Award also honors individuals who are actively involved in the education and continuous development of the venue management industry.”1

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Best Buddies is a nonprofit organization dedicated to establishing a global volunteer base focused on building relationships, creating employment opportunities, and fostering leadership development for l people with intellectual and developmenta ). disabilities (IDD Each summer, IU Auditorium hosts a Best Buddies Leadership Conference. Memories are made, new friendships are forged, and challenges are embraced as a team!

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Ballet Hisp masterclassesanico leads multiple during their re sidency

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On-stage meet-and-greet with President & Mrs. McRobbie

Even with a busy schedule, Mr. Perlman takes time to interact with students

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OUR DEDICATED TEAM IU Auditorium owes a debt of gratitude to all the team members who worked tirelessly to execute our 2013â&#x20AC;&#x201C;2014 season.

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Our 2013–2014 donors and sponsors enabled us to provide opportunities for students, faculty, and staff, as well as for members of the Bloomington community at large. IU Auditorium is grateful for their continued generosity and support.

Season Sponsors

Circle of Friends

Curry Auto Center B97 WBWB Radio The Herald-Times IU Residential Programs and Services IU Document Services Centers IU Campus Bus IU Office of Parking Operations

Frank & Sandra Acito Kim Alexander* & Bruce Johnson Jeffrey Allen, D.D.S.YPPA Carole & John Ambler Andrews, Harrell, Mann, Carmin & Parker, P.C. Fred & Sereta Andrews Anonymous Bob & Jayne* Averitt Dave & Terry Baer Timothy & JoEllen Baldwin David & Judy Barnett Dave & Donna Bartlett Martin & DeAnna Bassett Paul & Gail Becker Sam & Fran Bell Paul & Sandra Bender Doug* & Sarah BooherYPPA Lynn G. Boyd Bryan J. BradfordYPPA Nicholas A. Bragin*YPPA Del & Carolyn Brinkman Dan & Dena* Brown Stacy Brown*YPPA Trevor & Charlene Brown Tim & Shannon Buckley Byron & Carolyn Buker John & Amanda BurnhamYPPA Nina Camfield Bill & Lori Campbell Candace J. Carpenter Jim & Wanda Carroll Susan O. Carter Brandon Cavaness*YPPA Thomas Coleman & Patricia Williams

Show Sponsors Bloomington Bagel Company Bloomington Branch of Charles Schwab & Co., Inc Bloomington Cleaners Blue Ace Media Bunger & Robertson, Attorneys at Law Classic Touch Limousine Service E2 Taxi Finch’s Brasserie Hilliard Lyons Indiana Memorial Union Indiana University Alumni Association Indiana University Alumni AssociationMonroe Chapter Indiana University Foundation IU Bookstore IU Credit Union IU Health Southern Indiana Pediatrics IU Health Southern Indiana Physicians Lamar Outdoor Advertising Nature’s Way Interior and Exterior Landscaping Oliver Winery Smithville WFIU Public Radio WTIU Public TV WTTS 92.3

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John & Carolyn Collins Pat & Becky Connor Carolyn Coolidge Vivian Counts Wayne Craig Derek & Anne CrawfordYPPA John & Sue Cronkhite Cary & Julie CurryYPPA J. Robert Cutter Jef & Pam Davidson & Family John & Beckie DeLong* Joe & Amy Denekamp Martha Dietz Barbara M. Dixon Brandt & Judy Downey Diane M. Druck Karyn* & Brad DunnYPPA Steven & Pamela Dyer Gary & Janet East Frank Eberle Marjorie Eberle Tim & Dorothy Ellis Joe & Gloria Emerson Mary K. Emison E.J. Ernsberger*YPPA Don* & Patty Erwin Ian & Rachel EsslingYPPA Sally Fairfield Dr. James V. & Jacqueline C.Faris Heather Farmer*YPPA David & Tyler Kate Ferguson Jody & George Fielding Bill & Harriet Fierman Rick & Vicki Flint JT. ForbesYPPA Bob & Doris Fox Dr. Heather & Karl Franklin


Gene* & Jewell Frazier & Family Tim & Melissa FultonYPPA Stephen Pritchard & Penny Gaither Robert Woods Galm Preston & Lori GarraghtyYPPA In memory of Bill Gasser Mary Gasser Tony & Beth Gerth Chad & Molly Giddens Carolyn & Peter Goerner Dan & Sharon Goins Jen GoinsYPPA Dr. Mary A. Gonzalez-Howard Jim & Joyce Grandorf David & Phyllis Green David E. Greene & Barbara J. Bealer Becky Gregory Amanda Gripe Adriana* & Clarinda GuevaraYPPA Bob & Julie Hammel Don & Barbara Hanna Randy & Laura Hannum Russell & Connie Hanson Dwight & Valerie Hardy John & Linda Harl William & Mary Harrison David & Rosemary Harvey Dick Hasler Jim & Mary Jane Hasler Eric & Ashley HastyYPPA William & Carol Haynes Paul & Claudia Hazel Neal Heidler & Family In Honor of Phillip & Juanita Hedrick Steve Hendricks Diane Henshel Adam J. Herman Eva Hicks*YPPA Rex & Barbara Hillery Steve & Janet Hitzeman John Hobson James & Norma Holland Bob & Pat Holt David & Phyllis Holt

Don & Carol-Anne Hossler Brandi HostYPPA Anitra L. House Dr. & Mrs. Frank Hrisomalos Michael Hunt & Darla Brown Dwain & Marilyn Illman Roger & Carol Isaacs Dr. Jeffery & Mary Jackson Peter Jacobi Alex, Craig, Diana, & Bruce Jacobs Tina M. Jernigan Chuck & Beckie Jones Karen E. Jones* Martin & Linda Kaplan Barry & Mindy King Bob & Holly Kondras Rosey Krakovitz In memory of Karl S. Kravovitz George & Jan Kreager Joyce Krothe Drs. James & Catherine Laughlin Dennis & Judy Leatherman Bob & Sara LeBien Diana D. Lehner Dr. Dean & Lisa LenzYPPA Lance & Karen LikeYPPA Jeffrey & Angela LindauerYPPA Lin & Vicki Loring Tim & Cathie Lybrook+ P.A. Mack Bob & Suzanne Mann Jeanette Calkins Marchant Chris, Martha*, Kristen & Katie Mathis Perry J. Maull Mark & Alora McAlister Charles & Julia McClary Drs. Debra & Terry McDaniel Jerry & Jane McIntosh McIntyre & Smith, Attorneys at Law Richard & Maribeth McKaig Charles & Sharon McKeen Richard Meetz & Lois Kaufmann Kate Kroll Tammy Mathew

Margaret Meadors Howard & Carolee Mehlinger Max & Judy Meise Sonna & Don Merk Keith & Marion Michael Dr. John & Gerry Miller John & Lori Miller Mr. & Mrs. Joseph C. Miller Matt & MaryAnn MindrumYPPA Ben Minnick* Karen Mitchell Tony & Betty Mobley Steve & Sandy Moberly Marvin D. Moody Drs. Scot & Ann MooreYPPA Dr. Kristina Morris Timothy M. Morrison & Linda S. Hunt Jim & Bevo Muehling Jack & Pat Mulholland Patsy Murphy John R. Myers Byron Naum Brian & Michelle NearyYPPA Dr. Brechin & Mr. William Newby Scott & Cindy Newland Doug Ogle & Susan Luehrs M. Dave & Jennifer O’Guinn Joan Olcott Dennis W. Organ Tim & Trisha O’Rourke James & Carol Orr Nancy E. Otte Gloria E. Parker Travis & Katherine PaulinYPPA Erin & Todd PeabodyYPPA Mindy Peral* Todd & Nannette Plumer Jamie & Kathy Pratt Doug & Ellen Porter Bill Shipton & Jack Rhodes Larry & Ellie Rink Jon & Tricia RiveireYPPA Ruth W. Rives Patrick & Sharon Robbins

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Jill Robinson & Russell Percifield Ken & Pam Roberts Wayne Roberts Eileen Robichaud & Alec Dennis David & Virginia Rogers Thomas & Danielle Root Mary Rose Richard & Virginia Rose Heidi A. Ross Ed & Jan Ryan Lynn L. Schenck Phyllis C. Schwitzer Lorna & John H. Seward, M.D. Winston & Sue Shindell+ Bill & Judy Shobe Jefferson ShreveYPPA Curt & Judy Simic Erdine Simic Dr. Jason & Kristina SimmondsYPPA Max & Judy Skirvin Dan & Mary Lou Slattery George M. Smerk Janet S. Smith Kip & Debbie Smith Maurice & Linda Smith Patrick & Shari Smith Ray T. Snapp Dr. & Mrs. George Sorrells Larry & Kate Sparks Katie Spohr*YPPA Ron & Sally Stephenson Jeff & Carol Stevens Una Stevonovic*YPPA Bruce & Shannon Storm Bill & Gayle Stuebe Steve & Kathy Strickler Timothy & Martha Sullivan Brian & Maria* TalbertYPPA Bob & Sue Talbot Tamera TheodoreYPPA & Beth EllisYPPA Jo Throckmorton & Jillian KinzieYPPA Tim & Young Ae Tresslar Tom & Barbara Tuley Kevin & Marissa Van Rooy

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Tim & Tara* VickersYPPA Steve & Sue Waggoner Judy Walcoff Carolyn Lipson-Walker & George Walker Nancy A. Wallis Stan & Sarah Wasserman Sherry L. Watkins Jim & Betsy Watson Gene & Fran Weinberg Martin & Barbara Weinberg Herman B Wells+ Allen R. & Nancy B. White Robert & Karen Whiteside James Williams & Deb Allmayer Pat Williams Robert & Karon Wingard Dr. George K. Wolfer Jr. Dr. John & Lisa Wrasse Rod Young The Zinman Family Eva ZogorskiYPPA

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IU Auditorium Staff Planned Gifts/Bequests YPPA Young Professionals for the Performing Arts +


IU Auditorium recognizes and values the legacy we have inherited and the one we are creating for future generations to carry on. It is only through the steadfast support of Indiana University, the generosity of our donors and sponsors, the dedication of our staff, and the loyalty of our patrons that we continue to tell and preserve the story of the Auditorium. We look forward to serving you in the seasons to come.


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