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Carole Dibo, founder of Actors Training Center (ATC) of Wilmette, took to the stage on August 24 to accept Illinois Theatre Association’s (ITA) 2019 Award of Honor “It is true that we “train to work,” but we do it with a keen eye to the young actor and what their needs are,” she told the audience at ITA’s Red Carpet Gala at Drury Lane Theater in Oak Brook. “We create a safe place for them to be and celebrate themselves. When they walk through our doors there are no ‘cheerleaders’ or ‘football players’ or ‘geeks.’ We encourage and expect them to just be themselves because when the industry comes looking for them they must be there.” Each year the ITA recognizes both individuals and organizations for their significant contributions of promoting quality theater in Illinois. Recipients are nominated by the Illinois theater community, approved by ITA’s divisional representatives, and accepted by ITA’s Board of Directors. This year, ITA awarded its highest honor to Dibo and the ATC for its educational contribution to the Chicago theater community. ITA President and Harper College’s Associate Professor of Theatre Kevin Long nominated ATC for the award and presented it to the organization at the event. He spoke of the impressive history Continued on PG 8

THE ART OF CRAFT

THE 35TH ANNUAL AMERICAN CRAFT EXPOSITION SHOW THIS MONTH SUPPORTS ACCESS TO MENTAL HEALTH CARE. BY MONICA KASS ROGERS THE NORTH SHORE WEEKEND

The morning light filtering in from the front window at Jeff Miller’s handcrafted furniture gallery is soft—soft as the finish and gentle curves that beckon from the designer craftsman’s elegant chairs. Each was born of a constellation of inspirations that Miller has drawn from for 35 years, creating furnishings that are works of art. The best in the collection are being readied for transport to Miller’s first time showing at the American Craft Exposition (ACE), celebrating its 35th year September 20 through 22 at the Chicago Botanic Garden. “Why did I wait so long to be in a show?” muses Miller. “I’ve been so focused on the creation, I guess. But it was time. ACE is a wonderful showcase.” And the health care causes ACE supports make participation in the show even more meaningful to Miller. Educated at Yale University, and the Eastman School of Music, classical trumpeter Miller performed internationally with groups such as the Singapore Symphony Orchestra, and the Chicago Chamber Brass. But he was tragically sidelined from his musical career at 27, when he was

diagnosed with kidney disease. It was Miller’s memories of the pleasure that early adventures in woodworking brought that sent him back to the tool bench, helping him segue to the new form of artistic expression that would become his life’s work. “With music, you’ve got a bunch of notes on a page that tell you what you are supposed to play, but that’s the merest beginning of what makes a beautiful composition. It’s very much the same with furniture,” he says. “Anyone can find plans for something and build it, but there is so much more that can be expressed than mere dimensions. Small details that you turn this way and that. One curve that works large scale may repeat in small scale. It all relates. There are themes and variations. Every line is significant. Each chair is a separate exploration of how to juggle the elements to make something structurally sound, comfortable and visually exciting.” Miller is one of 25 equally passionate artists new to the ACE this year, joining 125 more who will introduce more than 8,000 expected attendees to new works of art and craft at the event. Presented by the Auxiliary of NorthShore University HealthSystem (NorthShore), the highly competitive Continued on PG 8

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Above: Martini glasses by Rebecca Hungerford Below: Bowls by Steven Skinner

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Toccata dining chair by Jeff Miller PHOTOGRAPHY BY MONICA KASS ROGERS

juried show includes works in 12 media categories: Baskets, ceramics, fiber decorative, fiber wearable, furniture, glass, jewelry, leather, metal, mixed media, paper, and wood. The 2019 event is co-chaired by Buggie O’Grady TOP PROPS Cont. from PG 1 of ATC mentioning alum that have gone on to be included in theater national tours, on Broadway, and on Netflix and Amazon. They have also won Golden Globe and Emmy awards. “Not only is the training incredible, but what separates ATC from other places is that ACT is such a welcoming and supportive professional training program,” Long said. “The atmosphere you have created truly helps any actor that steps through your doors to produce the best work possible.” Dibo was joined at the gala by ATC board members and staff including Board President Bonnie Schoenberg and Studio Director Becky Blomgren. “ATC encourages ‘being’ not ‘acting’ and that is a huge responsibility for those of us that work with young actors,” she said. “Our teachers are industry professionals, actors, directors, and casting directors who share our vision and who teach with a professional eye and compassion. ATC students make lifelong friends as well as professional contacts”   Dibo and her crew will be celebrating again this fall at its annual fundraiser, “Money for Funny, Music for Free,” on Saturday, Nov. 3 at Viper Alley in Lincolnshire. The fundraiser, perfect for the whole family, benefits ATC’s Scholarship Fund and Building Fund. Tickets go on sale on September 18. For more information about ATC or the upcoming event, visit actorstrainingcenter.org.

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Featuring hors d’oeuvres and cocktails in a like woven potholders and macramé,” festive atmosphere, the Preview Party also gives of Northfield and Nancy Semerdjian of Wilmette. she says. “So it was just stunning to see the museum guests the chance to chat with artists about their “It just gets better, and better each year,” says quality artwork that our juried artists and crafts- work in more intimate setting. Preview Party O’Grady. “The quality of the work has just con- people were making and showing. And the quality tickets include parking on Thursday evening as well as admission to (and discounted parking for) of work has just continued to climb.” tinued to climb.” Also revolutionary—then, as now—is that all each day of the show. Semerdjian agrees, thinking back to the first ever exposition: “At that time, for some people in of the proceeds from ACE tickets, raffles, and For more information about show tickets, visit the general public, the word ‘craft’ connoted things donations go to support the work at NorthShore. This year will be the second in a two year push to americancraftexpo.org/the-show/tickets. For Preview help fund NorthShore’s Psychiatric Urgent Care Party tickets, visit americancraftexpo.org/the-show/ Program and Collaborative Care Model. Last year, preview-party. ACE raised more than $560,000 in support of the cause. “This year, we hope to exceed that,” says Semerdjian. Programs supported by ACE are designed to do two things. The first is to cut wait times for patients in need of urgent psychiatric care down from what can be an appalling six-month lag to as little as 48 hours. The second is to assist physicians with management of patients with low to medium risk factors. Beyond aiding in this cause, for the artists included in the exposition, benefits are many. In addition to selling to and meeting thousands of patrons, artists will be considered for cash awards made for outstanding work in various categories. More than $17,000 in award money was presented to winners in the 2018 show, with $23,000 to be awarded in 2019. As in previous years, patrons interested in earliest opportunities President of the Actors Training Center Board to peruse and purchase artworks of Directors Bonnie Shoenberg, Studio Director from the exposition, are invited to Becky Blomgren, and Founder and Executive attend the Benefit Preview Party, Director of Actors Training Center Carole Dibo on Thursday, September 19, the attend the Red Carpet Gala where Actors night before ACE opens to the Toccata ash rocker by Jeff Miller Training Center received the Award of Honor public. from Illinois Theatre Association. PHOTOGRAPHY BY MONICA KASS ROGERS

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Location: 25 Meadowood Lane, Northfield Size: 7 Bedrooms / 6.3 Bathrooms Price: $4,299,999

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Exquisite English Manor built in 2009 located at the end of a private lane adjacent to Watersmeet Woods. Over an acre of impeccably maintained gardens, terraces, fountains and USTA regulation size tennis court. No detail was overlooked in designing the perfect 6 bedroom, 9 bath 10,500 square foot home. Thoughtful floor plan for everyday living and entertaining. Formal living room, dining room, butlers pantry & library/office plus open kitchen, breakfast room and family room overlooking gorgeous terrace. Dramatic & grand two story foyer. Top of the line security system. Smart home technology controls everything from a phone or computer.

One floor living with 12 foot ceilings and an open floor plan is here!! Over 3000 Square feet on the main level with double door entry leading to a spacious layout with hardwood Flooring. This one owner home offers a wall of windows with a beautiful lake view from the Great Room with fireplace. Bright Eat In Kitchen open to Family Room and Great Room. Spacious Master Suite offers a tray ceiling, immense walk in closet, entry to rear patio/deck and an updated bathroom with separate shower and tub. Two bedrooms with Jack and Jill bath and a 4th ensuite bedroom . Newly finished lower level with two large bedrooms, a full bath and loads of storage. Basement has 2200 SF finished basement area and 1400 SF unfinished storage area. Magnificent lake views from the Patio and Wood Deck with built in seating. A perfect place to enjoy the Sunset!

This timeless brick Georgian on private 2/3 acre has a gracious floor plan that is the perfect pairing of elegance and functionality. Complete with a sundrenched all season room, custom wood paneled office, designer white marble kitchen, 5 bedrooms on the 2nd floor, 2 laundry rooms, expansive lower level with full bar, wine cellar, theater room, exercise room and more. Screened-in porch with fireplace as well as a heated garage for 4 cars, make this home a showstopper!

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Location: 609 E Center Avenue, Lake Bluff Size: 4 Bedrooms / 2.2 Bathrooms Price: $948,000

Location: 1580 Kathryn Lane, Lake Forest Size: 5 Bedrooms / 6.1 Bathrooms Price: $899,000

Located 1 block from the lake, this East Lake Bluff home with New England charm is offered for the first time in 18 years. Large, double-wide lot for wonderful outdoor entertaining. Completely re-built Kitchen includes white cabinetry and high-end stainless appliances. Kitchen opens to large, sun-lit family room with vaulted ceilings. Cozy Master bedroom includes wonderful private bath with separate shower and soaking tub. All of Lake Bluff ’s treasured amenities just a few blocks away! For more information, visit 609center.info

Wonderful residence situated in a park like setting, containing over 6500 square feet of beautifully finished and detailed cherry floors, moldings, millwork, three fireplaces, and all of the necessary and highly sought after commercial appliances, one expects in a home of this quality.. Open floor plan that provides an expansive kitchen gathering place with kitchen eating nook in a beautiful bay window overlooking the Mariani designed and maintained grounds. Beautiful master suite with additionally 4 large bedrooms complimented by 6.5 baths makes this the perfect home to raise your growing family. Finished lower level, with multiple finished areas for individual family activities. Front and rear stair creates flow that makes home very livable. First floor office with adjacent full bath just one of many features that make this a great home for your family in Lake Forest.

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Spencer on Fire LOYOLA ACADEMY SOPHOMORE SPENCER WERNER BLAZES TO A PAIR OF GOLD MEDALS AT JUNIOR OLYMPICS IN CALIFORNIA. BY BILL MCLEAN THE NORTH SHORE WEEKEND

Jeffrey Werner needed a running buddy. The Lake Forest resident was about to train for a Chicago triathlon about five years ago when he decided having company for jogs would be a good thing. The father looked in-house—to son Spencer. Spencer Werner was a fourth-grader and greener than green as a runner at the time.

Out of nowhere, Spencer got closer and closer to the big names. Then he started running with the big dogs, pushing them, as a freshman. What a great race. Inspiring.

“After five or six miles on our first run together, Spencer said to me, ‘Dad, why are you breathing so hard?’” Jeffrey recalls. “My reply to him was, ‘Why are you not breathing hard?’” Nearly six years later, Jeffrey and his wife, Pamela, attended the USA Track & Field (USATF) Junior Olympics in Sacramento, California, and watched Spencer race in the 1500- and 3000-meter events in the Boys 15-16 age division. What their son, now a Loyola Academy sophomore, accomplished in each race in late July this year left both of them … breathless. Werner sped to a pair of gold medals, clocking a personal-best time of 4:01.8 in the 1500 and an 8:46—another personal-best, by an astounding 19 seconds—in the 3000. It was a remarkable run, Werner’s transformation from casual jogger with Pops to elite distance star. Discipline, confidence, focus, support from his parents and teammates, and top-notch coaching at the school and club levels boosted Werner, who hustled to first place at the 2017 Illinois Elementary School Association cross country state championships as a Deer Path Middle School

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WERNER WOWS: Loyola Academy sophomore and Lake Forest resident Spencer Werner, seen here leading a race at a track and field meet last spring, motored to first place in the 1500- and 3000-meter races at the USATF Junior Olympics in California in late July. Werner also runs for Loyola’s cross country team. PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRAD HOKIN

8th-grader. But Spencer Werner is far from satisfied on a journey that’s far from over. He’s already thinking like a Division I collegian does months before a big track meet. And, by the way, Werner and his parents traveled to Austin, Texas, to watch the NCAA Men’s Track and Field Championships in June. “I visualized, back in February, winning both races at the Junior Olympics,” says the 5-foot-8, 115-pound Werner, who, as a freshman in May, earned a Class 3A berth to run in the 3200 meters at the state track and field meet in Charleston. “But our indoor track season at Loyola was about

to start, and my primary goal then was to qualify for the outdoor state meet.” Werner secured that ticket to the state meet at Eastern Illinois University’s track stadium with a memorable performance at the Niles West Track and Field Sectional in Skokie. Well behind the lead pack—featuring standouts Josh Methner of Hersey High School and Tommy Brady of Maine South High School—as he entered the final lap of the eight-lap test, Werner kicked into high gear. The rookie Rambler nearly stunned Methner and Brady at the finish. Eventual state champion Methner crossed first

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in 9:17.7, just head of Brady’s 9:17.8 Werner bronzed in 9:18.74. “Out of nowhere, Spencer got closer and closer to the big names,” says Loyola Academy sophomore and Evanston resident Seichi Shinozaki, also a cross country runner and trackster at the school. “Then he started running with the big dogs, pushing them, as a freshman. What a great race. Inspiring. When I see Spencer race, I see a mentally strong fighter.” Werner did not medal at state, finishing in 14th place in the 3200, but he emerged as the top freshman in the event. “Competing at state made Spencer hungrier,” Shinozaki says. “It sparked him. “It led him to those two gold medals in California,” Werner’s friend adds. Werner trained for two years with the Invaders, a Waukegan-based track and field club, before joining TNT in Mount Prospect earlier this year. Among his impressive efforts with the Invaders was a sixth-place showing in the 1500 at the 2018 AAU Junior Olympics in Des Moines, Iowa. Former University of Illinois and Stevenson High School standout sprinter Brandon Stryganek serves as Werner’s coach at TNT. Stryganek, in no time, realized Werner is unusually fast for a distance specialist. But not too fast to the point where Werner has nothing left near the end of a grueling race. Werner demoralized the contenders in that USATF Junior Olympics 3000-meter run with his strong finishing kick. He completed his final lap in a scant 58 seconds. His victorious time of 8:46 was a staggering 43 seconds faster than the season-best time he had posted in 2018. “Running 200-meter repeats, 300-meter repeats—doing that in training has helped me a lot,” says Werner, a serial honors student who adheres to the Steve Prefontaine quote “To give anything less than your best is to sacrifice the gift.” Werner’s natural abilities and steadfast work ethic in cross country and wrestling and track resulted in 2017-18 Athlete of the Year honors at Deer Path Middle School. Never before had a DPMS student qualified to compete at state in three sports in one academic year. Werner no longer wears a singlet. He focuses on cross country in the fall and on track in the spring and on training in between the seasons. Dan Seeberg coaches both sports at Loyola Academy. “I love the diversity at Loyola,” says Werner, who was asked by several Loyola seniors to join them at Lollapalooza last month and gladly accepted the invitation. “I love meeting new people there. And there’s an outstanding team culture in both cross country and track. Having fun with the guys, respecting them, and getting respect in return, I couldn’t be happier with the atmosphere at practices and at meets than I am now. There’s so much support. “You know what I’d tell someone who’s just starting to run or about to enter high school and is thinking about competing in either cross country or track or both? I’d tell him, ‘Follow the coach’s plan, eat right, work hard, train hard.”” THE NORTH SHORE WEEKEND


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Swing Set NORTHWESTERN SETTLEMENT NAMES PAULA DANOFF ITS FOURTH HALL OF FAMER FOR HER EFFORTS AT LIFE-CHANGING CAMPS. met so many interesting people through volunteer work, as well as friends. The leaders around me? Amazing. Our camp director for 30-plus years, Val Wright, cares, really cares, and Northwestern Settlement President and CEO Ron Manderschied, is a visionary, very charismatic.” She continues, striking the top of the table outside the quaint bakery with her right hand, the abrupt sound doubling magnificently as an exclamation point’s audible partner. “Ron, I’m telling you, he’s real, the real deal, genuine!” Forty-two years ago, a 22-year-old Danoff— shortly after collecting sociology and anthropology degrees at Knox College and before earning her MBA in marketing and finance at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management— made a declaration in the presence of her parents at home.

BY BILL MCLEAN ILLUSTRATION BY BARRY BLITT

Never underestimate the lasting influence of a summer camp experience on a teenager. Paula Danoff, 64, won’t. The longtime Winnetkan was a young camp counselor at Camp Echo in Long Lake Township, Michigan, when kitchen duty called for her to make coleslaw for 250 diners. She used a cabbage grater— only a cabbage grater—to shred head after head of cabbage. An Evanston Township High School student at the time, Danoff could have used all her fingers and all of the calluses on each hand to help her count to 20 afterward. At least. But that grueling task led to adult jobs in the gourmet food and catering businesses. It also failed to dampen the joy Danoff felt—and saw, from deliriously happy campers—during her four memorable summers as a counselor. “I wasn’t into pitching tents at camps,” an animated Danoff, sitting at an outdoor table at Beth’s Little Bake Shop in Evanston, says. “I was into the tons of fun the kids had in cabins and during activities outdoors. My whole thing, my favorite thing to say, always was, ‘Let’s have fun!’” Danoff, a founding member and president of the North Shore Board of the Northwestern Settlement alumnae group, received serious news earlier this year. She will be the fourth House In The Wood Hall of Fame inductee at an October gala in Chicago. The mission of Northwestern Settlement’s House In The Wood—a 23-acre camp site, located along the shores of Delavan Lake in Wisconsin— is to disrupt generational poverty by opening doors that might otherwise be shut to inner-city children from the ages of 7 to 17. Danoff ’s inspiring leadership helped triple the number of campers served by House In The Wood, and she shepherded initiatives that transformed the escape from a rustic summer camp into a year-round, STEM-based outdoor education program. “Some of the campers from Chicago have never seen Lake Michigan,” says Danoff, her expression vacillating between disbelief and sadness. “But they see Delavan Lake and realize, ‘Oh, I’m in a different environment, a place to explore, a setting for opportunities to learn.’ It hit me similarly when I lived in Japan from 1987 to 1993. I remember thinking, ‘Wow, there’s another part of this world, a huge part, that I don’t know much about. For the campers at House In The Wood, maybe an activity sparks an interest in science and then they want to become biologists. Or maybe, because of what they had experienced during camp, they’ll pay more attention in school while looking forward to camp

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the following summer. “The endgame?” adds the Evanston Art Center President and CEO since 2015, following her eight years as the center’s director of development and communications. “They’ll move on after the camp experiences, grow, and be role models for other kids.” The eldest of Charles and Patsy’s three daughters, Danoff— holder of many North Shore Board executive board posts since joining it in 1993— spent significant time at the Evanston YMCA during her formative years. It was where she played volleyball and basketball and raced her 5-foot-9 frame in track events. It was where the first high school student elected to the Evanston City Council landed various leadership roles in groups and developed abilities to organize and motivate. It was where she found out about the opportunity to serve as an assistant summer camp coun-

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selor i n Long Lake To w n ship and jumped at it. Later, she got to see adventurous, first-year campers actually jump to ride a tire swing attached to an oak tree. “I was a joiner,” says Danoff, the wife of Jeffrey and the mother of two sons in their 30s. “I was a doer. I’m still a doer. And there’s nothing I love to do more than to work for nonprofits and be as positive as I can a r o u n d people. I’ve

Paula Danoff

I was a doer. I’m still a doer. And there’s nothing I love to do more than to work for nonprofits and be as positive as I can around people.

Maybe a table in the vicinity had to brace itself. “I said,” Danoff recalls, ‘I want to make a difference. I want to be impactful in positive ways.’” She then proceeded to do just that, year after year, as a full-time professional in several fields and as a never-too-busy-to-serve volunteer. Danoff was the special events coordinator for the nonprofit Ray Graham Association and the director of special events for Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in Chicago. Danoff ’s fundraising skills and tirelessness made a difference for Refugees International Japan when she lived in East Asia. But, in Danoff ’s world, the pairing of “Hall of Famer” and “Paula Danoff ” stuns her. “It’s such a nice honor, but it’s surprising to me,” Danoff says of joining past House In The Wood Hall of Fame inductees Valerie Hall, Patricia M. Johnson, and Kathy Elliott. “You do things because there’s a need and you want to help. You don’t think about receiving honors or being recognized.” The House In The Wood gala—presented by the North Shore Board of the Northwestern Settlement— will be held from 6 to 11 p.m. on October 26 at Theater on the Lake, 2401 N. Lake Shore Drive, in Chicago. The event features cocktails, dinner, a live benefit auction and a performance by the renowned cover band Mike & Joe. For more information about the North Shore Board of the Northwestern Settlement or to purchase tickets to the gala, visit northshoreboard.org. THE NORTH SHORE WEEKEND


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