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Death of a

Salesman By Arthur Miller

January 13 - 29

Fridays & Saturdays at 7:30pm and Sundays at 3pm

4530 Colorado Ave., Sheffield Village, OH www.MetroParks.cc/Theatre


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French Creek

Theatre

2016-2017 season E w i n g Th e a t r e

Pijor Hall

Death of a Salesman

The Velveteen Rabbit

A man struggles to earn a living wage after decades on the job. His grown children struggle to make careers for themselves. When hard work reaps little success, their family begins to doubt each other.

The tale of a child’s beloved toy yearning to be real graces the stage with all the magic and heart of Margery Williams’ original classic.

Jan 13 - 29

Feb 10 - 19

Adapted by Scott Davidson

By Arthur Miller

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Joseph and the amazingtechnicolor dreamcoat

Pijor Hall

Bloom

Mar 31 - Apr 9

Scorned by his brothers, sold into slavery and jailed for a crime he didn’t commit – how on earth is Joseph going to become the second most powerful man in Egypt?

Following a violent incident at school, a 15-year-old boy is assigned to work with his social worker’s father, an urban gardener coping with the loss of his wife. Over the course of one summer, a budding friendship empowers them to grow beyond their troubled pasts.

Lyrics by Tim Rice // Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber

By Andrew Morton

Mar 3 - 19

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Parade May 5 - 21

1913. Marietta, Georgia. A teenage girl is found murdered in the factory where she works. The town wants justice at any cost, and all eyes turn to her supervisor, a Brooklyn Jew who has never fit in with their southern way of life. Book by Alfred Uhry Music and Lyrics by Jason Robert Brown Co-Conceived and Directed on Broadway by Harold Prince Based on the true story of the trial and lynching of Leo Frank

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Pure Imagination Presented by The Musical Theater Project

June 25

Here’s a show that will appeal to the entire family, from the very young to the very young-at-heart. timeless tunes from Disney and Sesame Street will be sure to have kids, their parents and even their grandparents up on their feet for this interactive performance. Featuring Ursula Cataan, Jodi Maile Kirk, Nancy Maier and Shane Patrick O’Neill

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Our Town

Willy Wonka

Ushering in a new era of modern theatre, Thornton Wilder wrote of a people frozen in the earliest years of the 20th century. Decades later audiences continue to be moved by their simple yet universal struggles, dreams, loves and triumphs.

The world’s most famous chocolatier reemerges after years in hiding, and five lucky children win a once-in-alifetime trip through his factory.

July 14 - 23

By Thornton Wilder

Aug 11 - 20

Music and Lyrics by Leslie Bricusse & Anthony Newley Adapted for the Stage by Leslie Bricusse & Timothy Allen McDonald Based on the book Charlie and The Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl

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French Creek

Theatre

Death of a salesman By Arthur Miller Artistic Director // Rick Fortney Director // Fred Sternfeld Stage Manager // Charlene Hartley Scenic and Projection Designer // T. Paul Lowry Lighting Assistant // Michael S. Martinek Co-Technical Director // Riley Kushner Co-Technical Director // Daniel Temelkoff Sound Designer // Stan Kozak Costume Designer // Justin Bilewicz Properties // Linda Goldstein-Wolf Sound Operator // Jordan Demich-Bogner Technical Crew // Tim Barrett Technical Crew // Chris Bizub Technical Crew // Tom Bourque Technical Crew // David Davis Technical Crew // Patrick Hanlon Technical Crew // Brian McNally DEATH OF A SALESMAN is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York.

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The videotaping or other video or audio recording of this production is strictly prohibited


Welcome to French Creek Theatre Welcome! I love having Death of a Salesman grace our stage. My thanks to our staff, production team and actors – in the midst of the holiday season you prepared a masterpiece; my sincere respect and thanks to each of you. I stand amazed at the dedication of time and talent each of you gives to further art at French Creek and throughout Northeast Ohio. Our rooms are filled with rehearsals as we prepare for our upcoming productions at French Creek. We hope you will be able to join us! The tale of a child’s beloved toy yearning to be Rick Fortney real graces the Pijor Stage with all the magic and Artistic Director, heart of Margery William’s original classic. With a Lorain County Metro Parks timeless message and unforgettable characters, this enchanted story is sure to captivate young and old imaginations alike. The Velveteen Rabbit plays February 10 - 19 in Pijor Hall. Scorned by his brothers, sold into slavery and jailed for a crime he didn’t commit – how on earth is Joseph going to become the second most powerful man in Egypt? With a little help from his friends, a knack for decoding dreams and a certain extravagantly pigmented jacket, watch the original underdog come out on top in the musical sensation. Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat plays March 3 - 19 in Ewing Theatre. Following a violent incident at school, a 15-year-old boy is assigned to work with his social worker’s father, an urban gardener coping with the loss of his wife. Over the course of one summer, a budding friendship empowers them to grow beyond their troubled pasts. Andrew Morton’s Bloom plays in Pijor Hall March 31 - April 9. Thank you for coming to the show and hope to see you at some of our upcoming productions.

Rick Fortney Artistic Director

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Play setting: Late 1940s, Brooklyn, NY and other times and locations in Willy Loman’s mind

Cast (In Order of Appearance) Willy Loman.........................................................................Greg White Linda......................................................................................Anne McEvoy Happy.................................................................................Jeremy Jenkins Biff...........................................................................................James Rankin Bernard..................................................................................Corey Knick The Woman..................................................Linda Goldstein-Wolf Charley...................................................................................Noah Budin Uncle Ben.....................................................................................Lou Will Howard Wagner...................................................Stuart Hoffman Jenny.................................................................................Lynna Metrisin Stanley.....................................................................................Chris Bizub Miss Forsythe.......................................................Tiffany Trapnell Letta............................................................................Amanda Trompak

Production Team Director........................................................................Fred Sternfeld Stage Manager..................................................Charlene Hartley Scenic and Projection Designer.....................T. Paul Lowry Lighting Assistant.......................................Michael S. Martinek Co-Technical Director..........................................Riley Kushner Co-Technical Director..................................Daniel Temelkoff Sound Designer..................................................................Stan Kozak Costume Designer..................................................Justin Bilewicz Properties...................................................Linda Goldstein-Wolf

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Cast and Crew Bios

CAST Chris Bizub (Stanley) is honored to be returning to the French Creek stage for the third time. You may remember him as Murray in The Odd Couple and Bottom in A Midsummer Night’s Dream from True North’s 2015-2016 Season. Chris has a Bachelor’s degree in Theatre from Baldwin Wallace College and is currently working towards completing his Master’s in Arts Administration from the University of Akron. Chris also works as a Program Reservationist at French Creek Theatre, but he spends the majority of his spare time acting and directing in the Cleveland/Akron area. Some of his recent directing credits include It’s A Wonderful Life at Garfield Players, The Odd Couple at Strongsville Community Theatre, Panache at Clague Playhouse and As You Like It at Rubber City Shakespeare Company. Some of Chris’ recent performances include Richard III in Richard III and John Worthing in The Importance of Being Earnest at Rubber City Shakespeare Company, and Hugo in The Iceman Cometh and Lemmory in Run, Kingsbury, Run at Ensemble Theater. Chris is ecstatic that you came out to see Death of a Salesman; he hopes you enjoy it,

and make sure you come out to see him perform in Of Mice and Men in March at Coach House Theatre. Noah Budin ( C h a r l e y ) g ra d u a te d from Kent State University with a B.A. in Theater and was one of the members of the Chicago based a capella music and comedy group “Four Guys Standing Around Singing.” He is a singer, songwriter, guitarist, recording artist, actor, and storyteller, and spent a year and a half at the Hanna Theater in the cast of Tony ‘n’ Tina’s Wedding, Cleveland’s longest running hit show. Noah has released two CDs of original music, Hallelujah Land and Metaphor. Currently, Noah is the Assistant Director of Activities at Stone Gardens Assisted Living on the campus of the Menorah Park Center for Senior Living. L i n d a GoldsteinWolf (The Woman) got her start in youth theater under the direction of Jerry Leonard and Hts. Youth Theater. She then performed in High School productions and from there to Kent State University where she earned


Cast and Crew Bios her BS degree in Education and MA in Theater Arts. For 20 years she taught Theater and directed the shows at Shaw High School. She has performed in to AEA productions at Carousel Dinner Theater in Godspell and Brigadoon. Most recently she was seen playing Chelsea Thayer in On Golden Pond. Linda is very excited to be part of the Death of a Salesman cast and hopes to do other shows at French Creek. S t u a r t H o f f m a n (Howard Wagner) has been seen around town recently at Blank Canvas (Cabaret, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, Birds of Paradise), Mamai (Lady Windermere’s Fan), convergence-continuum (My Barking Dog), Cleveland Public Theatre (Johanna: Facing Forward, Standing on Ceremony), and Ohio City Theatre Project (Snake Oil). Also a playwright, Stuart’s written work has been seen at Blank Canvas, Cleveland Public Theatre, Lorain CCC, World Without Windows, and Dobama, where he is a member of their playwriting unit: The Playwright’s GYM. This is his first French Creek Theatre show. Thank you for supporting live theatre.

J e r e m y Jenkins (Happy) is honored to be a part of this monumental play with all of these talented artists. This marks his fourth collaboration with Fred Sternfeld (The Glass Menagerie, The Miracle Worker, A Little Night Music), Anne McEvoy (August: Osage County, Wings, Richard III), Chris Bizub (The Odd Couple, The Iceman Cometh, The Neverending Story), and Stuart Hoffman (Frankenstein, Richard III, Pride Shabbot). Next, he will be seen on the Henry C. Bishop stage at Greystone Hall in the Ohio Shakespeare Festival’s production of Lone Star. During the day, Jeremy is in the midst of his student teaching experience in Language Arts at Parma Senior High School. Love to Purty! High Four! Corey Knick (Bernard) was last seen at French Creek/TrueNorth in Jekyll and Hyde (Utterson) and The Glass Menagerie (Tom). Other credits include Into the Woods (The Baker), The Diviners (C. C. Showers), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Brick), Cabaret (Cliff), and The Fantasticks! Pg. 13


Cast and Crew Bios (Matt). He has also performed with the Cleveland Shakespeare Festival and at Cleveland Public Theatre. Thanks to his family and friends for their constant support and encouragement. Anne McEvoy (Linda Loman) feels grateful to be working with such a caring group of artists and to be back at French Creek where she’s played Amanda in Glass Menagerie and Emma Gatewood in Trail Magic. More recently she appeared in Body Awareness at Beck Center and in Top Girls for Mamai Theatre. Anne’s also been privileged to perform at Actor’s Summit, Blank Canvas, Cleveland Playhouse, Cleveland Public Theatre, Cleveland Shakes Festival, Dobama, Ensemble, Karamu, Kennedy’s, Great Lakes Theatre, Lakeland, None Too Fragile, and Ohio Shakespeare. She’s currently directing John P. Shanley’s gritty Valentine to Ireland, Outside Mullingar, which opens at Clague Playhouse St. Patrick’s Day. “I think the job of the artist is to remind people of what they choose to forget.” -A. Miller.

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Lynna Metrisin (Jenny) is happy to return to French Creek Theatre where she was previously seen as Grammy Sue in Falling with TrueNorth. Other recent roles have included Mrs. Thoreau in The Ensemble Theatre production of The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail, and Mrs. Webb in the Blank Canvas production of Our Town. Lynna has also appeared in various productions at Cleveland Public Theatre, Lorain County Community College Theatre, Charenton Theatre, and Clague Playhouse, among others. By day, Lynna is a social worker for University Hospitals Hospice. James Rankin (Biff) is very happy to be a part of this wonderful cast and is elated to share the stage with them. James has performed with various theaters around town including Ensemble Theatre, Dobama Theatre, Great Lakes, Cleveland Playhouse, Beck Center, Cleve Shakes, Cleveland Public Theatre and various others. Some of his favorite roles have been Mrs. Bumbrake in Peter and the Starcatchers, Ginger in


Cast and Crew Bios Jerusalem, and Heck Tate in To Kill a Mockingbird. James is very grateful to be taking on the role of Biff and is excited to work with French Creek for the first time and he hopes you enjoy the show. James would like to thank John R, Helen R, Celeste C, Ian H, Bob E, Doug F, Nathan M, Fred S, and Kennedy E. T i f f a n y Trapnell (Miss Forsythe) recently earned her B.A in Theatre at Baldwin Wallace University. Her favorite roles include Thyona (Big Love), Marjorie (Extremities) and Lina (Praying Mantis). When not in the theatre, Tiffany can be found frolicking around greater Cleveland with her family and friends. A m a n d a Trompak (Letta) has enjoyed working with this talented cast and crew of Death of a Salesman, her first production at French Creek Theater. She has recently finished shooting the lead role of Penelope in Everything’s Fine - a short film set to release for film festivals in early 2017. Aside from working full time, Amanda is a member of James Madio

Studio in Chagrin Falls, trains in hip hop dancing, and coaches Shakespearean acting. She’d like to thank her roommates, fellow JMS members, and Amy Hanratty of VV Talent Management for their unending support. Greg White (Willy Loman) It’s been awhile since Greg has performed on the French Creek stage, but he has been quite busy acting in several C l eve l a n d productions which resulted in some favorable notoriety. You may have remembered him as the character, Crooks in Of Mice and Men, or as Tom Robinson in To Kill A Mockingbird. Other French Creek productions included The Master Carver of French Creek and Freedom’s Light as well as performing in the Underground Railroad outdoor trails. In 2015 Greg was awarded Best Actor from the Cleveland Jewish News and the Scene Magazine as well as being mentioned as one of the four most versatile actors in Cleveland. Greg is pleased to be portraying Willy Loman for the second time. While under the direction of Fred Sternfeld with an amazing cast, his hope is that you will enjoy the hard work that everyone has put into this production.

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Cast and Crew Bios Lou Will (Ben) is pleased to be making his first appearance at French Creek, and to be part of this fine cast and crew, with special thanks for Fred’s excellent direction. A retired Presbyterian pastor, Lou has primarily been seen at Clague Playhouse, where some of his credits include An Inspector Calls, Fox on the Fairway, GhostWriter, Rumors, Black Tie, and Moon Over Buffalo. He has also appeared at Olde Town Hall Theater, the former Huntington Playhouse, and Beck Center. A special thanks goes out to his wife of 44 years, Sylvia, for her ongoing love and encouragement.

Production team F r e d Sternfeld ( D i r e c t o r ) is pleased to return to French Creek after previously d i r e c t i n g Tr u e N o r t h productions of Next to Normal, The Glass Menagerie, West Side Story, The Miracle Worker, The Fantasticks, Steel Magnolias and Baby. Other recent credits are Good People at Pg. 16 Aurora, Julius Caesar

Set in Africa at Karamu, Towards Zero at Coach House Theatre, Gruesome Playground Injuries at Ensemble Theatre, The Bluest Eye at Karamu Theatre, Into the Woods, Rent, A Chorus Line and The King and I at Hathaway Brown Theatre Institute and A Little Night Music, Company and Les Miserables: School Edition at Fairmount Performing Arts Conservatory. Fred is widely represented on Northeast Ohio stages through diverse projects. He has garnered numerous honors and awards, including recognition for The Glass Menagerie, West Side Story, The Miracle Worker and Baby at TrueNorth, Yellowman at Karamu Performing Arts Theatre, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast and Sondheim’s Saturday Night at Beck Center, The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife at Dobama, Fiddler on the Roof and The Sound of Music at Cain Park, and A Shayna Maidel, Ragtime, the musical and Man of LaMancha at the Cleveland Jewish Community Center. Upcoming projects are Of Mice and Men at Coach House, You Can’t Take It With You at Karamu and Children of Eden at HBTI. www.fredsternfeld.com. Charlene Hartley (Stage Manager) has recently worked in this space on productions of Curious George, The Glass


Cast and Crew Bios Menagerie, Pajama Game, The Giver and Seussical. She has also worked on productions in various backstage positions in Ohio and Michigan. Her favorite past shows include The Glass Menagerie (Stage Manager), The Secret Garden (Light Board Op), and Coppelia (Production Manager). She also loves being a backstage mom, supporting her children’s theatrical endeavors. She would like to thank her family for their support and love, especially her daughters who helped out with this production. T. Paul Lowry (Projection/Set Designer) has served in artistic, production and design capacities with such companies as Long Wharf Theatre, Playwrights Horizons, New Haven Theater Company, Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center, International Festival of Arts and Ideas, Cleveland Public Theatre, Near West Theatre, Talespinner Children’s Theatre, Ingenuity Festival and Celebrity Cruises. He is the Technical Theatre Director for Hathaway Brown School. Noted recent design work Fire on the Water, Johanna: Facing Forward (CPT), Uz, Donde Esta My Home (Teatro Publico de Cleveland), The Turing Machine (Theatre Ninjas), Next to Normal (TrueNorth), Run to the Capulets, Raise up the Montagues (Cuyahoga Community College), and To the Orchard

(Playwrights Local 4181). You can learn more about his work at www.tpaullowry.com. Michael S. Martinek (Lighting Designer) is currently the technology coordinator and a teacher at Saint Peter School in Lorain. He has been involved in Northeast Ohio performing arts for over six years. He has conducted various choral and instrumental ensembles; provided theatrical, technical, box office, and event oversight; and served in various behind the scenes roles of Stage Manager, Sound Designer, Lighting Designer, Projection Designer, Set Designer, Technical Director, and Event Consultant to vast number of productions at Saint Ignatius High School’s Breen Center for the Performing Arts, Notre Dame College, and Mercury Theatre Company. He is extremely excited to return for his ninth show at French Creek, and would personally like to thank the cast for their wonderful talent, hard work, and enthusiasm; and the production staff for all their wonderful direction, dedication, and leadership in this production. Riley Kushner (Co-Technical Director) Riley Kushner’s most recent builds include: Jekyll & Hyde, and Bye, Bye Birdie with French Creek, Into the Woods at LCCC, and The

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Cast and Crew Bios Realistic Jones’s and Peter and the Star Catcher at Dobama Theater. Riley began her professional theatrical carpentry work ten years ago at Baldwin-Wallace College, where she eventually served as scene-shop foreman. She has since worked on various local productions at Cain Park and elsewhere, and is thrilled to be building on the French Creek stage once again. Daniel Temelkoff (CoTechnical Director) Daniel is returning to French Creek Nature Center after previously working as technical director on their productions of Curious George, Bye Bye Birdie, South Pacific and Next to Normal as Assistant Projection Director. While relatively new to the technical side of theater, Daniel prefers acting and had been seen in The Wooden Nickelodeon’s The Gyntish Self (Loki, The Mutant Princess, John, Shadow), Negative Space Gallery’s FAIDS (Bill), and Youngstown State University’s productions of Medea (Jason), Reasons to be Pretty (Kent), The Crucible (Reverend Paris), Leading Ladies (Doctor Myers), The Cripple of Inishmaan (Doctor McMurrey), and As You Like It (Sir Oliver Martext). Daniel has also appears on film in Made in Cleveland and Investigation Discovery’s Homicide Hunter.

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Stan Kozak (Sound Designer) Stan Kozak, currently in his twenty-seventh season at Great Lakes Theater, has more than 50 design credits including Bat Boy: The Musical, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Comedy of Errors, Amadeus, You Can’t Take It With You, Private Lives, Into the Woods and the Tom Hanks’ benefit performances. His work in 1979 and 1981 with Geraldine Fitzgerald on Streetsongs at GLTF led to the original cast album. Mr. Kozak was the resident sound designer for four seasons at the Porthouse Theatre Company, including productions of Driving Miss Daisy, Niteclub Confidential and a Nightingale Sang. His collaborations with Victoria Bussert at Baldwin-Wallace College include productions of Chess, Hair, Company, Cabaret, West Side Story, Tommy in Concert, Parade, the Ohio premiere of Stephen Sondheim’s Passion, and one of the first nonprofessional productions of Phantom of the Opera. For Cain Park, his design credits include Secret Garden, Fiddler on the Roof, Grease, Bat Boy, Tick, tick… Boom, Nine, The Wiz, Harold and Maude and Pippin. Mr. Kozak has also designed sound for Wit and Last Five Years for the Dobama Theater, Iolanthe and Sweeney Todd for the Cleveland Opera, I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change and Forbidden Broadway


Cast and Crew Bios SVU for the Hanna Theatre and A Shayna Maidel, Brooklyn Boy and Pangs of the Messiah for the JCC. He has served as sound designer for the All-City Musical for the Cleveland school system for eight seasons. He also had the good fortune to have worked with Bebe Neuwirth in her concert performance for the Ideastream Gala in 2005. He was honored to be among the first group of LORT sound designers to achieve recognition in USA 829.

D. Justin Bilewicz, III (Costume Designer) is a graduate of Ashland University and works as a freelance Costume Designer for the local area. In addition to designing costumes, Justin is the production manager for Sandstone Summer Theatre in Amherst, Ohio, the Drama Director for Clearview High School and the Palace Youth Theatre’s Director in Lorain, Ohio. Some of Justin’s favorite costume credits include Carrie, The Musical (Sandstone Summer Theatre), A Streetcar Named Desire (Mamaí Theatre Company), Jesus Christ Superstar (TrueNorth


Cast and Crew Bios Cultural Arts Center), Antigone (Clearview High School), Mothers and Sons (Beck Center for the Arts), and Waiting for Lefty (Case Western Reserve University). Justin is the French Creek resident costume designer and the Ashland University Costume Shop Supervisor. Most recently, Justin designed Legally Blonde (Sandstone Summer Theatre), Directed Beauty and the Beast Jr. (The Lorain Palace Youth Theatre), and costumed the True North children’s theatre production of Bye Bye Birdie. His most recent costume design

credits include Jekyll and Hyde (French Creek) and the remounted production of White Christmas at French Creek.

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Acknowledgements Thank You

French Creek Theatre would like to give special thanks to Larry Bailey for permission to use his music without royalty payment.

Thank You French Creek Theatre would like to give special thanks to the Marion L. Steele High School Theatre Company.

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French Creek Theatre would like to give special thanks to Aurora Community Theater.

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French Creek Theatre would like to give special thanks to Robin Menker, Ann Nyenhuis & Valerie Farschman.

Thank You French Creek Theatre would like to give special thanks to the Ashland University.

Thank You French Creek Theatre would like to give special thanks to the Cleveland Play House.

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