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October 24 at 8 PM and October 25 at 5 PM & 10 PM, 2014

The Rocky Horror Show - CONCERT VERSION Book, music, and lyrics by Richard O’Brien.


PIONEER THEATRE COMPANY

The resident professional theatre of the University of Utah The Roy W. and Elizabeth E. Simmons Pioneer Memorial Theatre C. Lowell Lees Stage

Karen Azenberg Artistic Director

Chris Lino Managing Director

presents

Richard O’Brien’s

THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW Book, Music and Lyrics by Richard O’Brien

ANGELA CHATELAIN AVILA DAVID BEACH GINGER BESS CARLETON BLUFORD GAREN MCROBERTS ERIC SANTAGATA KIM SAVA DANIEL T. SIMONS TONY VINCENT AUSTIN ARCHER JARON BARNEY ASHLEY GARDNER CARLSON JIM DABAKIS LEAH HASSETT LATOYA RHODES

Costume Design AARON SWENSON

Lighting Design KIRK BOOKMAN

Sound Design JOSHUA C. HIGHT

Hair and Makeup Design AMANDA FRENCH

Asst. Director-Choreographer LENNY DANIEL

Production Stage Manager MARY P. COSTELLO*

Music Director HELEN GREGORY

Director-Choreographer KAREN AZENBERG Casting by Rich Cole Casting The video and/or audio recording of this performance by any means whatsoever are strictly prohibited.

THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC. *The theatre operates under an agreement between the League of Resident Theatres and Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.


801.581.6961 PioneerTheatre.org

“…as rowdy as the Three Stooges and as light-footed as Fred Astaire.” THE NEW YORK TIMES

October 31 through November 15, 2014

One Man, Two Guvnors By Richard Bean, based on The Servant of Two Masters by Carlo Goldoni with songs by Grant Olding.


CAST OF CHARACTERS Cast in order of appearance

Magenta................................................................................................GINGER BESS* Brad..............................................................................................ERIC SANTAGATA* Janet.........................................................................ASHLEY GARDNER CARLSON The Narrator........................................................................................... JIM DABAKIS Riff Raff................................................................................ CARLETON BLUFORD* Columbia........................................................................................LATOYA RHODES Frank ‘N’ Furter............................................................................. TONY VINCENT* Rocky......................................................................................GAREN MCROBERTS* Eddie.......................................................................................... DANIEL T. SIMONS* Dr. Scott..............................................................................................DAVID BEACH* Ensemble........................... AUSTIN ARCHER, ANGELA CHATELAIN AVILA*, JARON BARNEY, DAVID BEACH*, LEAH HASSETT, KIM SAVA*, DANIEL T. SIMONS* THERE WILL BE ONE 15-MINUTE INTERMISSION AEA Stage Manager............................................................. AUGIE K. MERICOLA*

MUSICIANS

Helen Gregory........................................................................................................... Conductor/Keyboard Scott Harris....................................................................................................................................Tenor Sax Gar Asby...............................................................................................................................................Guitar Adam Overacker..................................................................................................................................... Bass James Clark..........................................................................................................................................Drums * Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.

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MUSICAL NUMBERS

ACT ONE SCIENCE FICTION DOUBLE FEATURE...................................................Magenta DAMN IT, JANET................................................................................. Brad and Janet OVER AT THE FRANKENSTEIN PLACE............................. Janet, Brad, Riff Raff TIME WARP................................................................ Riff Raff, Magenta, Columbia, Narrator and Company SWEET TRANSVESTITE..................................................................Frank ‘N’ Furter THE SWORD OF DAMOCLES......................................................................... Rocky I CAN MAKE YOU A MAN.............................................................Frank ‘N’ Furter HOT PATOOTIE..................................................................................................Eddie I CAN MAKE YOU A MAN (Reprise)............................................Frank ‘N’ Furter (Fifteen-minute intermission) ACT TWO ENTR’ACTE....................................................................................................Orchestra TOUCH-A TOUCH-A TOUCH ME....................... Janet, Columbia and Magenta ONCE IN A WHILE...............................................................................................Brad EDDIE’S TEDDY..................................................Dr. Scott, Narrator and Company PLANET SCHMANET......................................................................Frank ‘N’ Furter FLOOR SHOW/ROSE TINT MY WORLD...............................................Company I’M GOING HOME............................................................................Frank ‘N’ Furter SPACE SHIP..................................................................................... Magenta, Riff Raff SUPER HEROES..........................................................................................Brad, Janet SCIENCE FICTION DOUBLE FEATURE (Reprise).................................Magenta

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Let’s Keep a Good Thing Going! Renew your Zoo, Arts and Parks (ZAP) program on November 4, 2014

Pioneer Theatre is also supported in part by:

National Endowment for the Arts Utah Division of Arts & Museums Salt Lake City Arts Council


DIRECTOR’S NOTE

ANTICI……..say it!.......PATION! Have you ever done the Time Warp? Or are you a virgin? No matter. All are welcome to the first-ever Pioneer Theatre Company concert of The Rocky Horror Show. This is, I hope, the first in a series of musical concert stagings here at PTC. There are so many wonderful musicals out there—new, old, large, small—and not enough weeks in the year (or dollars in the budget!) to produce them all. But this new program lets some of these gems shine, as add-ons in our season. Though slightly scaled back in some areas, we will always present the entire show with a superbly talented cast. Rocky Horror seemed like the perfect vehicle for this new format here at PTC. (For the record, I lost my Rocky Horror virginity at the famous Waverly Theatre in the West Village in New York City. I had never experienced anything like it!) So grab your newspaper, confetti, frankfurter, and let me take you—if I may—on a strange journey… Karen Azenberg Director

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WHO’S WHO IN THE COMPANY DAVID BEACH (Dr. Scott, Ensemble) most recently appeared as Applegate in Damn Yankees directed by Daniel Goldstein at The Goodspeed Opera House where he also appeared in the premiere of The Great American Mousical directed by Julie Andrews. Broadway: Mamma Mia!, Urinetown (original cast), Moon Over Buffalo. Off-Broadway: We Three Lizas (Joe’s Pub), Opus (Primary Stages), Cedar City Falls (Galapagos Art Space), Message to Michael (Rattlestick Theater), The Big Time (The Drama Dept.). Regional: Room Service (Westport Playhouse,Mark Lamos, director), Ying Tong (Wilma Theater), Souvenir (Kitchen Theatre), The Man Who Came to Dinner (Alabama Shakespeare Festival). Film: I Hate Valentine’s Day, Jonathan Parker’s [Untitled], Firetrap. Television: Person of Interest, Submissions Only, Delocated, Law & Order, Dharma and Greg, Rescue Me, Ed, Blue Bloods, The Onion News, The Sopranos. A graduate of Dartmouth College and the London Academy of Dramatic Art. Special thanks to my husband and daughter for making it all work. GINGER BESS (Magenta) Other shows she was featured in at PTC: Les Misérables, A Christmas Carol: The Musical, Rent and Sunset Boulevard. Ginger has performed in theatres coast to coast, and received national recognition as the mezzo-soprano soloist in Bernstein’s Mass with Utah Symphony. Favorites: Roxie Hart (Chicago), Lucy (Jekyll and Hyde), Mary Magdalene (Jesus Christ Superstar), Mrs. Walker (Tommy), Susan (Tick Tick…Boom!), Betty Haynes (White Christmas), Yonah (Children of Eden), Aldonza (Man of La Mancha), and Sally Bowles (Cabaret). Ginger recently returned from New York where she finished up the tour with her vintage jazz band after promoting her latest CD Give Me The Simple Life, available on iTunes or at gingerbessmusic.com. Ginger is also a Voice Teacher at Weber State University and the mother of two boys.

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CARLETON BLUFORD (Riff Raff) Past PTC credits: In the Heights (Graffiti Pete) and Alabama Story staged reading (Joshua Moore). Carleton has appeared in Plan-B’s Wallace, SLAM and The Third Crossing (nominated for three Arty Awards, Salt Lake City Weekly. Other acting credits: Jesus Christ Superstar (Park City’s Egyptian Theatre), Ragtime (Hale Center Theatre), The Overwhelming, (Salt Lake Acting Company), Ruined (People Productions), and Civil War with Merrill Osmond (Hale Centre Theatre). Recent film credits: Saints & Soldiers: The Void and Stop Pepper Palmer (Best Supporting Actor, WorldFest Houston). As a playwright, his play Breathe was read as part of the Utah AIDS Foundation/Plan-B AIDS Plays and his play Niggah was read as part of the Edward Lewis Black Theatre Festival. Mama is his first full-length production (Plan-B). He is excited to return to PTC. ASHLEY GARDNER CARLSON (Janet) Regional Credits: Alabama Shakespeare, Welk Resort San Diego, Starlight Musical Theatre, Moonlight Amphitheater, Disneyland Entertainment. Ashley is currently performing the role of Lola in Damn Yankees at the Hale Center Theater Orem. Other PTC credits include: Miss Saigon (Ellen u/s), A Chorus Line (Kristine), Annie, A Christmas Carol: The Musical (Emily u/s), Les Misérables (Cosette u/s) and Sweet Charity (Charity u/s). Ashley holds an MBA from Westminster College. JIM DABAKIS (Narrator) does government work. He was born in Massachusetts. He came to Provo in 1971 to go to University—as there are no good schools in Massachusetts. On stage, Dabakis appeared in a roadshow at Forest Park Jr. High. His performance was praised by some family members. He aspires to do a Chekov play, in Russian (which he must learn) at the Hale Centre Theatre.

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WHO’S WHO GAREN MCROBERTS (Rocky Horror) is so excited to be making his Pioneer Theatre Company debut. Recent credits include: Thoroughly Modern Millie (Jimmy; Prism Theatrics), Miss Saigon (2013 Tour), South Pacific (Riverside Theatre), and Little House on the Prairie starring Melissa Gilbert (First National Tour). This summer, Garen spent time as a teacher and representative of ASTEP (Artists Striving to End Poverty) in Mumbai and Pune, India. Garen is a proud graduate of The University of Michigan, and also a Level I Certified Crossfit Coach. Thanks to Mom and Dad, Holly and Henderson Hogan Agency. GO BLUE! garenmcroberts.com.

Local: The Color Purple (Celie) and CLOSER (Wasatch Theater Company), Saturday’s Voyeur (Salt Lake Acting Company), Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Yitzhak) and Different = Amazing (Plan-B Theatre Company), Greenshow, Fiddler on the Roof, and A Christmas Carol: On the Air (Utah Shakespeare Festival), to name a few. She would like to thank Karen, Helen, Mary, and the PTC staff.

ERIC SANTAGATA (Brad) is thrilled to be back with Pioneer Theatre Company, having worked on Rent just a few short years ago. Most recently, Mr. Santagata served as the Associate Choreographer on Kander and Ebb’s The Scottsboro Boys in London’s LATOYA RHODES (ColumWest End, and also appeared on Broadway bia) is ecstatic to return to PTC in Bullets Over Broadway written by Woody in this rockin’ show, with this Allen and directed by Susan Stroman. Other incredible cast! PTC: Elf—The Broadway and New York credits include Musical, A Raisin in the Sun The Apple Tree, Chaplin, Happiness, Face (staged reading) and Rent. the Music and Stairway to Paradise. He has Off-Broadway: Shelter, the toured with The Boy Friend directed by Julie musical (New York Musical Theater Festival). Andrews and Casper starring Chita Rivera.

by Gina Gionfriddo

Obie Award-Winning Playwright

This sharp-witted comedy takes an unflinching look at gender politics and asks, can anyone have it all?

October 22 - November 16, 2014


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Thank you Myriad Genetics, sponsor of PTC’s inaugural musical concert —

The Rocky Horror Show


WHO’S WHO Other favorite credits include Bobby Child in Crazy For You, Riff in West Side Story, Cosmo in Singin’ in the Rain and Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors. He was a part of Mel Brooks’ tribute at The Kennedy Center Honors and is a former World Tap Dance Champion. Eric holds a BFA from the University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music. DANIEL T. SIMONS (Eddie, Ensemble) is excited to return to PTC after many shows, including Les Misérables, Rent, Sunset Boulevard, 42nd Street, Miss Saigon, others. Favorite roles include Judas in Jesus Christ Superstar, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde in Jekyll & Hyde, Jon in Jonathan Larson’s Tick, Tick…Boom! and others. While earning his B.A. in Musical Theater from WSU, Daniel performed with the cast of the Kennedy Center ACTF production of The Serpent in Washington, D.C. Other roles: Cain (Children of Eden), Billy Bigelow (Carousel), Franz (Sunday in the Park with George), Ernst (Cabaret), and others.

Company this summer. Thanks to friends and family for their invaluable support. ANGELA CHATELAIN AVILA (Ensemble) is thrilled to be on the Pioneer Theatre Company stage once again after having appeared as an ensemble member in Sweet Charity (u/s Ursula), Elf—The Musical (u/s Jovi and Deb), and in Disney’s Beauty the Beast (Silly Girl). She has performed at many theatres here in the Salt Lake Valley including Salt Lake Acting Company, The Grand Theatre, and Hale Centre Theatre. Some favorite roles include Little Red in Into the Woods, Judith in Not The Messiah, and Anne in La Cage aux Folles. Angela would like to thank Will for his constant love and support.

JARON BARNEY (Ensemble) is so excited to be doing the “Time Warp” here at PTC! Jaron was recently seen in the Pioneer Theatre Company productions of Sweet Charity (swing), Elf—The Musical TONY VINCENT (Frank ‘N’ (ensemble, u/s Buddy), Something’s Afoot Furter) Broadway: Rent, Jesus (Clive), and A Christmas Carol. Other credits Christ Superstar (Judas), and include: Melchior Gabor in Spring AwakenGreen Day’s American Idiot (St. ing and Georg in She Loves Me. Thanks to Jimmy). He originated the role PTC and my family! of Galileo Figaro in Queen’s We LEAH HASSETT (Ensemble) Will Rock You (London’s West returns to PTC after performEnd, Las Vegas), and he has fronted the rock ing in Sweet Charity and Elf— band Queen on multiple occasions, includThe Musical last season. She ing Queen Elizabeth’s Golden Jubilee and Parwas seen as Amalia in She Loves ty In The Park. In 2002 he was chosen as one Me and Thea in Spring Awakenof the first artists to bring the music of Aning at the U and will graduate drew Lloyd Webber to Asia in Andrew Lloyd in the spring. Leah was recently seen at SLAC Webber: Masterpiece (Live From Beijing) in Saturday’s Voyeur 2014 and is currently and was a finalist on NBC’s The Voice. www. performing in Catch Me If You Can at the tonyvincent.com and @TonyTheVincent. Hale Centre Theatre. She is overjoyed to be

AUSTIN ARCHER (Ensemble) returns to PTC after being seen last as Leaf Coneybear in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, and in Much Ado About Nothing and A Few Good Men last season. He made his fifth appearance in Saturday’s Voyeur at Salt Lake Acting

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doing the “Time Warp!” Happy Halloween!

KIM SAVA (Ensemble) is beyond excited to be making her Pioneer Theatre Company debut! Favorite credits include: Harmony (The Ahmanson, The Alliance), Cutman: A Boxing Musical (Goodspeed), Pegeen in Mame (Goodspeed), Ariel in Footloose THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW


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WHO’S WHO (Fireside), Rizzo in Grease (Tuacahn), The Little Mermaid (Tuacahn), Man of La Mancha (Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey), Annie (The Fulton Opera House), A Christmas Carol (North Shore Music Theatre), The Producers, Jesus Christ Superstar and Les Misérables (Maine State Music Theatre), All Shook Up (Carousel). Sincerest love and gratitude to Karen, Lenny and my HUSBAND, better known as “Babes.” KAREN AZENBERG (Director-Choreographer) This marks Karen’s third season as Artistic Director here at PTC. Last season she directed Something’s Afoot, A Few Good Men and Sweet Charity. In previous seasons as a guest artist, she directed Next to Normal (regional premiere), Rent and Miss Saigon, and she created the musical staging for the record-breaking 2007 production of Les Misérables. Originally from New York, her work there includes Lyrics and Lyricists (92nd St. Y), Blocks (a collaboration with Jonathan Larson), Prom Queens Unchained, and choreography for Richard Greenberg’s The Dazzle (Roundabout). Other credits include national tours of Carousel and Brigadoon, Neil Simon’s Laughter on the 23rd Floor (Regional Theatre Premiere at Geva), West Side Story (over 15 productions; Drama-Logue Award for Outstanding Choreography), A Christmas Memory (Alabama Shakespeare Festival), and Same Time Next Year (Indiana Repertory Theatre). This summer she will be choreographing Mary Poppins for the Alabama Shakespeare Festival. Karen is on the board of the New York Musical Theatre

pioneer theatre company gratefully acknowledges the following businesses and individuals for their contributions to this production:

Riverton Music Xmission Mountain Town Music Marriott Center for Dance

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Festival and is a past president of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society. HELEN GREGORY (Music Director/ Conductor) is returning to conduct her 5th production for PTC (!) and considers herself blessed to be able to work at a great theatre with talented musicians and an amazing staff, crew and designers, doing something she loves - theatre. Karen Azenberg, you always make my job delightfully fun. Rock on. Helen lives in Durango, CO. To Mom: Thanks for paying for my many years of piano lessons and for not insisting I learn how to type. LENNY DANIEL (Asst. Director-Choreographer) Mr. Daniel has assisted Ms. Azenberg on such great shows as Sweet Charity, A Christmas Carol: The Musical (PTC), Mary Poppins, Peter Pan (Alabama Shakespeare), Brigadoon, Carousel (Troika & NYU), West Side Story (Virginia Opera) and The Hunchback of Notre Dame (NYC workshop). He directed and choreographed Mid-Life! The Crisis Musical at TexArts Theater, assistant directed The Wizard of Oz National Tour starring Mickey Rooney and Eartha Kitt and assistant choreographed GiGi (Papermill Playhouse). Mr. Daniel happily assisted Ann Reinking and performed in Here Lies Jenny starring Bebe Neuwirth (NYC & SF). Performing credits include: Broadway: Cats–Final Company, The Wizard of Oz. NYC: Sinatra (Radio City), Wonderful Town (NYC Opera). Tours: Spamalot, Chicago, South Pacific, Camelot, Jekyll & Hyde. Regional: Sweet Charity, A Christmas Carol: The Musical (PTC), Two Gentlemen of Verona (Baltimore CenterStage), Mary Poppins, Peter Pan (Alabama Shakespeare), GiGi and Evita (Papermill). Grammy Nominated Cast album The Wizard of Oz. AARON SWENSON (Costume Designer) is currently in his seventh season as Head of Wardrobe at PTC, but this is his first outing as Costume Designer for a mainstage production. Most recently, Aaron designed costumes for Geography Club and Avenue Q for the University of Utah’s Department of Theatre. Additional design credits: Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Plan-B Theatre, 3rd Revival); Assassins, tick...tick...BOOM! and The Great American Trailer Park Musical (Dark THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW


WHO’S WHO Horse Company Theatre); Nine Dragons, There’s a Monster in My Closet!, and The Dinosaur Musical (University of Utah Youth Theatre). Aaron also works as PTC’s Head of Crafts/Resident Costume Crafts Artisan. Aaron would like to thank Karen Azenberg for this remarkable opportunity. He would also like to thank Carol Wells-Day, Amanda French, Arika Schockmel, and the brilliant PTC Costume Shop staff for their constant support, inspiration, and guidance.

and Salt Lake City. Joshua is looking forward to a successful second season working in theater design with PTC. His other projects of note include working with Sommerset House for the 2012 Olympic Games, and PTC’s Elf— The Musical, A Few Good Men, Much Ado About Nothing, Deathtrap, Sweet Charity and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.

JOSHUA C. HIGHT (Sound Designer) A Graduate With Distinction of London’s Alchemea College of Audio Engineering, Joshua comes to us with many years of experience in professional audio systems repair and design, and has established himself as an exceptional live sound engineer in both London

member of Actors’ Equity Association.

AMANDA FRENCH (Hair and Makeup Designer) has been a Makeup and Hair Designer for over 25 years. She has worked KIRK BOOKMAN (Lighting Designer) for Montana Shakespeare in the Parks, the New York credits include Charles Busch’s The Utah Shakespeare Festival, the Utah Opera, Tribute Artist, The Divine Sister. Off-BroadEgyptian Theatre Company and the Univerway: What Then at the Ohio Theater, The sity of Texas at Austin. She is a contributing Cook at Intar Theatre 53, Recent Tragic writer in the tenth edition of Stage Makeup Events at Playwrights Horizons (starring by Corson, Glavan and Norcross, and her Heather Graham). Broadway (National work can be seen in The Costume TechniActors Theatre): The Sunshine Boys (Jack cian’s Handbook by Ingham and Covey, and Klugman and Tony Randall), The Gin Game Wig Making and Styling: A Complete Guide (Julie Harris and Charles Durning), Gentlefor Theatre and Film by Ruskai and Lowery. men Prefer Blondes and Right You Are. Irish She attended the College-Conservatory of Repertory Company: Playboy of the Western Music at the University of Cincinnati where World, Eclipsed, The Importance of Being she studied with Hair and Makeup Designer Earnest and Major Barbara. Other New York: Lenna Kaleva. She is a member of the United Mondo Drama, Havana is Waiting, Force States Institute for Theatre Technology Continuum (Atlantic Theater Company), My (USITT) and a current University of Utah One Good Nerve (starring Ruby Dee), The adjunct professor of wigs and makeup. Green Heart at Manhattan Theatre Club, The MARY P. COSTELLO (Production Stage Shawl, Rude Entertainment, The Book of Liz Manager) is joining PTC for her fourth (David and Amy Sedaris), Les MIZrahi (Isaac season! Other PTC credits include: The 25th Mizrahi), Hope is the Thing with Feathers, As Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Sweet Thousands Cheer and June Moon. Regionally, Charity, Much Ado About Nothing, Elf—The Mr. Bookman has designed at such notable Musical, Other Desert Cities, Something’s theaters as Goodspeed Opera House, CinAfoot, Les Misérables, The Odd Couple, The cinnati Playhouse in the Park, and Pittsburgh Philadelphia Story, A Christmas Carol: The Public theater, Repertory Theatre of St Louis. Musical, In the Heights, Man of La Mancha, Ballet: English National Ballet, Santiago Bal- Emma, Annie, The Tempest, Next to Normal let, Cincinnati Ballet, Kansas City Ballet and and Rent. Past credits include Connecticut Hungarian National Ballet. Projects with the Repertory Theatre, Berkshire Theatre Festival, San Francisco Symphony include The Thom- Indiana Repertory Theatre, Boston Theatre ashefskys, Of Thee I Sing, Oedipus Rex, The Works, Utah Shakespeare Festival, ContemNightingale and A Flowering Tree directed by porary American Theatre Festival and Grand Peter Sellars. Valley Shakespeare Festival. Mary is a proud

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AUGIE K. MERICOLA (Stage Manager) is happy to return to PTC after stage-managing Deathtrap last season. An Equity stage manager for more than 30 years, Augie’s credits include Broadway, National Tour and regional productions. On Broadway, he stage-managed

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WHO’S WHO Jonathan Larson’s Rent, Neil Simon’s Proposals, and Molly Sweeney by Brian Friel. National tour credits: First National Tour of Rent, The Sisters Rosensweig, Lost in Yonkers, Laughter on the 23rd Floor, Driving Miss Daisy, Grease and Those Were the Days. He also spent nine years as an SM and ASM at Indiana Repertory Theatre, where he worked on too many shows to list. In addition to stage management, Augie served as Assistant and Head Props on several Broadway shows, including Movin’ Out, The Odd Couple, The Drowsy Chaperone and Wicked. “Much love to my wife, Karen, and children, Alex and Emelia.” CHRISTIAN STRINGHAM (Asst. Stage Manager) has stage managed Blue Stockings and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead for the U of U Theatre Department, and The Last Five Years for Salt Lake Shakespeare. His assistant stage manager credits include Hansel and Gretel for the U of U Lyric Opera Ensemble and Reasons To Be Pretty for the U of U Theatre Department. He would like to thank Reed and Carol Stringham for their love and support. RICHARD O’BRIEN (Music, Books and Lyrics) was born Richard Smith in Cheltenham, England. His family moved to Tauranga, New Zealand, in 1951 when his father, an accountant, decided to become a sheep farmer. Smith moved back to England in 1964 and changed his name to Richard O’Brien, which was his maternal grandmother’s name, and became a movie stuntman and fringe theater actor. In 1972, director Jim Sharman cast him in the dual roles of Apostle and Leper for the London stage production of Jesus Christ Superstar; the pair also worked together later on a production of Sam Shepard’s The Unseen Hand. O’Brien mentioned to Sharman a new rock musical he’d been writing, which was then called Rock Horroar.

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The play went into rehearsals with Sharman as its director under the title They Came from Denton High, and was retitled The Rocky Horror Show before opening in June 1973. O’Brien also co-wrote the screenplay of the 1975 film adaptation The Rocky Horror Picture Show, and appeared in the film as the character Riff Raff. O’Brien still works as a successful actor, writer, broadcaster, voice actor and theater performer. RICH COLE (Casting) has happily served as PTC’s casting director since 2001. He has helped to populate more than 500 shows for Broadway, off-Broadway, National Tours, London, Dublin, Vienna and over thirty-five of this nation’s major regional theatres. For this work, the Casting Society of America thrice nominated him for the prestigious Artios Award. Also a director and playwright, he is the founding Artistic Director of New York’s The Urban Rock Project, whose critically acclaimed production of Patriot Acts was one of the highlights of a recent New York International Fringe Festival. His play Unnatural Acts won the 2002 OOBR Award for Excellence. Rich made his Salt Lake City directing debut with The Caucasian Chalk Circle for the U of U’s Department of Theatre. ACTORS’ EQUITY ASSOCIATION (AEA) founded in 1913 represents more than 45,000 actors and stage managers in the United States. Equity seeks to advance, promote and foster the art of live theatre as an essential component of our society. Equity negotiates wages and working conditions, providing a wide range of benefits, including health and pension plans. AEA is a member of the AFL-CIO, and is affiliated with FIA, an international organization of performing arts unions. For more information, visit www.actorsequity.org.

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Kevin R. Murray, Chairman Stan D. VanderToolen Budget Chairman

Michael Pazzi Development Chairman

Karen Azenberg Nate Boyer Jack A. Buttars Mark Capone Fred Esplin Christian Gardner David H. Green Cheryl Groot Pat Hemingway

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David Huntsman Linda Leckman, M.D. Christopher Lino Dan Lofgren Matthew Moore Lamont R. Richardson Margot Shott R. Eric Thompson Raymond Tymas-Jones, Ph.D.

Paul Durham Nominating Chairman

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Thomas C. Jepperson Planning Chairman

Spencer F. Eccles David E. Gee Kathie Horman James Macfarlane Peter D. Meldrum Bruce T. Reese J. Douglas Whisenant

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Corporate, Foundation, and Public Support Pioneer Theatre Company is pleased to recognize the many businesses, foundations, public institutions, and corporate sponsors that support our mission. Thank you for your generous contributions. Season Sponsors Salt Lake County Zoo Arts and Parks Fund

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FRIENDS OF PIONEER THEATRE COMPANY Support From Individuals Individual Sponsors ($5,000 and above) Most individual donors to PTC choose to support the general work of the company. There are also opportunities to contribute gifts of $5,000 or more to specific productions or projects. For more information call 801-581-6960. Judy Brady and Drew W. Browning

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Directors Club ($2,500 – $4,999) The Directors Club is a giving level recognizing donors who make an annual contribution of $2,500 or more to PTC. Members of the Directors Club receive exclusive benefits throughout the theatre season. For more information call 801-585-3196. A. Scott and Jesselie Anderson Bonnie Jean and H. Brent Beesley Sandi Behnken Sara and Roger Boyer Reed W. Brinton Mark and Kelly Capone Margaret Cragin-Masarone Katherine W. and Ezekiel R. Dumke, Jr. Paul and Maren Durham

Edna Firmage Richards Christian and Marie Gardner James H. and Mary Ann Gardner David E. and Sherrie Gee Kathie and Chuck Horman David and Michelle Huntsman Stephen and Lynn Jacobsen David R. Jolley * Dale A. and Rachel B. Kimball Richard Koehn and Sheryl Scott

Drs. Glen and Anneli Bowen Art and Rita Brothers Elizabeth Terry Dunning The Ellis Family - In Memory of Barbara M. Patterson Sheldon R. Furst and Ellen Liu

Dennis and Sherrie Gardner Frederick P., Jr. and Janet L. Geyser Bob and Mary Gilchrist David and Doris Gillette Devon M. and Julie H. Glenn Henry and Patrice Hemingway

Anonymous Donors (7) Craig and Joanna Adamson Darlene Alley Christine A. Allred Dominic and Virginia Albo Eric and Judy Anderson John and Linda Ashton Edward Ashwood and Candice Johnson Karen Azenberg and Augie Mericola Sandra and Marc Babitz Jim and Martha Bale Allen L. Barbieri Haven J. Barlow Lynn and Diane Barnett Reed and Jeanne Benson Mary Anne Berzins In Memory of L. Sue Biedermann C. Kim and Jane C. Blair Jerry and Marcella Borrowman Glen and Anneli Bowen Kenneth and Karen Brewster Kendall and Margie Brown Evie S. Brunner Randall J. and Suzan S. Buchmiller* Peggy Redford and Richard Buxton Kenneth M. and Barbara L. Calney Douglas and Bar Campbell Robert and Barbara Cherrington Edward and Carleen Clark Dr. and Mrs. Leland B. Cowan Morlene Dangerfield Jennifer C. Danielson* Carol Day Ashby and Anne Cullimore Decker Tim and Candace Dee

David and Jacqueline Deike Steven and Celia Demman Karli Devall Anne and Sandy Dolowitz David Dolowitz Wilma and Willie Dolowitz Michael D. Drews Carrie and Randy Drown John S. and Evelyn B. Edwards Mark and Laurie Eliason Robert and Liz Ence Drs. Richard C. and Ann W. Engar Chesley and Amy Erickson Michael Scott and Loretta Falvo-Scott Andrea Flynn Scott D. and Jan W. Folsom John A. Frederick R.D. and Linda L. Fugate Don and Doris Gale* Dietrich and LaDon Gehmlich Marc and Carol Gentner* Glen and Elizabeth Gerner Karen Gilbert Family Doris and David Gillette Kristin Wann Gorang Judy Grover Elizabeth Hammond Robert and Marcia Harris Amy Haselhorst and Richard Irons Peter and Jan Haug Nancy Melich and J. Alexander Hemphill Leanne Hill W.K. and Janeal P. Hodges Lee and Audrey Hollaar Dr. Marilyn R. and John W. Holt

Linda J. Leckman, MD Robert Lence James L. and Carol C. Macfarlane Peter and Catherine Meldrum Nancy and George Melling Kevin R. and Deon Murray Michael and Jan Pazzi Bruce and Lu Anne Reese David and Claudia Seiter Margot L. Shott

Jennifer P. Speers Kevin and Alice Steiner Julie and Val Stokes Karen and Craig Turner Stan and Jill VanderToolen * Chris and Heather Watkins + Todd and Michelle Wolfenbarger

Associates ($1,000 – $2,499) Doralee Madsen Nickie and David McDowell Nancy and George D. Melling Matthew L. Moore Brenda Mueggenborg Steve and Ann Ostler

Arline E. and Edward W. Otto Alan Overmoe Cynthia and Gregory Phillips In Memory of Janet Spain Spoor R. Eric and Michele Thompson

Angels ($250 – $999)

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Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Hoopes Bruce and Saundra Hopkins Larry and Tina Howard Randy and Nikki Huizenga Dan Humiston and Jackie GianniniHumiston Maria and Andrew Hunt Elise and Paul Hutchings Gilbert H. and Thelma P. Iker Bruce and Rhonda Irvine Barbara H. and C. Gresham Ivey Michele and Dave Jenson Randy and Liz Jensen Rebecca Johns Maxine and Bruce Johnson Shirley and Earl Kilgore The Kohlburn Family The Kraiss Family Guttorm and Claudia Landro Evelyn and James Lee Howard and Nancy Lemcke Chris Lino Donald and Louise Lochhead David and Donna Lyon David and Elizabeth Mahas Ronald and Danece Mangone Dan and Debbie Markosian Sue Marquardt J. Michael and Mary Mattsson Mary McCarthey In Memory of Christopher B. McComas David and Nickie McDowell Brook and Terry Mercer Melina Nicolatus Anita and Dick Miner

James Moss Sara Lee Neill James and Karen Nelson Oren and Liz Nelson Tim and Peggy J. Newman Brenda Nibley Karen H. Nichols Tubber and Mary Okuda Maura and Serge Olszanskyj Kristi Oritt Terry H. Overmoe Diane L. Parisi Bonnie and James L. Parkin John and Susanne Parsons Dinesh and Kalpana Patel David and Elodie Payne Donna and Fred Lowell Petersen Robert and Virginia Peterson Wayne and Robyn Petty Nancy Pitstick Laszlo and Sandra Preysz Craig Pyper Beth and Marv Rallison Barbara Reid Bradley P. Rich and Dr. Erika Lloyd Helga and Herbert Lloyd Zoe and Lon Richardson, Jr. Brian and Janice Ruggles Harold Rust Gary G. and Darlene S. Sackett Irene Cannon Salahor Karen Salzman and Craig Turner Mary K. Schmidt In memory of Thomas Seal David and Julianne Seal Harry and Becky Senekjian

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FOR YOUR INFORMATION Emergency Exits are indicated to your right and left in the theatre. Please identify the exit closest to your seat location in case an emergency occurs. The videotaping, photographing or other video or audio recording of this production is strictly prohibited. This includes photos taken by phone. CELLULAR PHONES, CAMERAS AND PAGERS ARE NOT ALLOWED IN THE THEATRE. Even if set to silent or vibrate, they may disrupt wireless sound equipment. Please either leave your phone in your car or check it at the coat check. “TEXTING� is disturbing to the actors, and your fellow audience members. Please refrain from use. If you might need to be reached during a performance, leave your exact seat location with the box office. The number for emergency calls is 801-581-6963. We have a hearing assistance system that allows our hard-ofhearing patrons to sit in any seat in the house. Deposit required; inquire at the coat check. We welcome disabled persons. Those with special requirements should request assistance in advance. Refreshments are not permitted in the auditorium, but are available in the main floor lobby during intermission and pre-show.

Smoking is not permitted in University buildings. Please ask ushers for smoking locations. Evening performances are at 7:30 p.m. Monday thru Thursday, 8:00 p.m. Friday and Saturday; Saturday matinees at 2:00 p.m. Please avoid arriving after curtain time. To avoid disturbing other patrons, latecomers will not be seated until a scene or act change. This policy has been instituted at the request of many of our patrons. Season ticket holders may exchange their tickets for another performance of the same play. Return tickets to the box office at least 48 hours prior to the performance date. Tickets are non-refundable. You may donate your tickets, helping yourself and Pioneer Theatre Company. If you are unable to attend a production, make a tax-deductible gift of your tickets to the Theatre so that we may re-sell them. Call the box office 48 hours prior to the performance date. The Patron Services staff will serve you from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. During the run of a show, the box office is open Monday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until 8:30 p.m. No children under age 5 admitted to performances.

Today in the Loge Gallery Visit featured paintings by Lane Bennion and Trent Call. One floor up from the lobby of the Simmons Pioneer Memorial Theatre. Visit before, during intermission or after The Rocky Horror Show! Interested in purchasing? Call 801-581-6961 or visit: pioneertheatre.org/loge-gallery

Painting by Trent Call

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FRIENDS OF PIONEER THEATRE COMPANY David and Janet Sharp Ralph and Kayleen Simmons Val and Barbara Singleton Patricia and Homer Smith Jennifer Snider* Robert A. and Julie A. Sperling Mary O. Stanley

Martin D. and Lynda P. Steed* Lou Ann Stevens Elizabeth B. Stewart Kattie Gayla Stewart William L. Stone Tom and Marsha Swegle Joe and Evalyn Terry

Cindy and Mark Vernon Dave and Barb Viskochil Amy Wadsworth Richard and Karla Webb Lisa Weaver Roderick and Barbara Wendt Julia and Hugh West

Barbara Wheat Beverly Wilcox H. James and Janet C. Williams Christine Wilkerson David and Jeralynn Winder David C. Wright Chris R. Wood

Patrons ($125 – $249) Anonymous Donors (6) Mons Aase Ken and Susan Albrecht Susan Allredv Carol A. and James A. Anderson George J. Ator Brett Backman Bryan and Tina Bagley Linda K. Ballard Don Barlow Marcy and Stephen Barlow Lonnie and Jill Baskett Beth Q. Beck Maxine and Junior Bounous Lewis Boynton and Sonja Penttila Barbara B. Brunker John P. and Andrea M. Burke Steve Butler Mark Button Christine and Devin Calcut Douglas and Laraine Christensen Coral and James Coffey Marjorie Coleman Kathie and Marshall Coopersmith Craig Darrow Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Day Robert and Dana Earl - On behalf of George and Joan Earl* Lars and Susan Erickson Tiffany Evans James and Ruth Ewers

Robert L. and Alice M. Ezell* Morris L. Farmer Michael B. Fife Dane and Kathy Finerfrock Kathy and Craig Fineshriber Peter C. and Nicole F. Fisher George and Felicia Ford Stanley Foutz Richard K. Frerichs Dennis C. Gassman Marc S. Gentner Lily Grove Judy Grow John and Jeri Gust Clair and Vivian Hadley Marvin and Gabriele Hammond Ken and Gerri Hanni Francis and Joan Hanson Susie and Mark Hindley Michael and Katherine Hodkin Jason Hoggan Ervin R. and Jennifer Holmes James and Michelle Hood John and Carol Huffman Karen Hyde Brent and Eve James Linda and Alan Jensen Leland and Margery Johnson Ben and Jenn Kalm Jim and Maggie Kearns Dr. Robert and Julie Kessler

Joan M. and Douglas S. Lake Richard and Connie Larrabee Bonnie R. Macfarlane Robert Mahan and Cavell Alexander Ms. Cynthia Maki Gary and Ruth Manville Rick and Bonnie Marston David and Virginia Martin Leslie and Tim Martin John M. and Christine McCullough Dr. and Mrs. Corey A. Miller Dave and Melanie Morgan James Moss Henry Muldowney Michael E. Nash Verda S. and Willard E. Nelson Joyce Nunn Patti O’Keefe Ross Owen and Larry Herndon Bruce and Rhonda Irvine Ted and Kay Packard Jeffery C. Paris Helen Patterson Karen F. and Leon Peterson Frank and Patrica Pignanelli Nancy Pitstick Glenn D. Prestwich and Barbara Bentley George C. Rackham, Jr. David E. Richmond Kathleen and Michael Rodman

Keri and L. Clark Romney Chris and Kori Russell Leonard and Alene Russon John Saltas Mr. and Mrs. James Schnitz Larry P. Schumann Howard C. Sharp Stuart and Mary Silloway Sharon and Terry Smith Shirley L. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sparrer Julie Spelman Susan Stevens Tamara Stevenson Russell T. and Sandra Strauss George Sumner and Tina HoseSumner Del Roy and Joyce D. Taylor Vicky L. Telford Guy L. and Elaine Thompson Anil and Jayashree Virkar William and Donna Vogel William Vriens Gwen and Clare Wardle P. Yogman and D. Walker Ron and Emma Willden Terri Wright Tod and Mary Young

Contributors ($50 – $124) Anonymous Donors (13) Carolyn Abravanel Kent and Jeanine Acomb Natalie Allen Williams Carole Ames Judi Amsel Bob and Eleanor Anderson Carol D. Anderson John and Maria Anderson Kirk M. Anderson Rodney Anderson James M. Anjewierden William Robert Applegarth Ruth Lynn Archer Robert Archuleta Paul and Cheryl Argyle April Armstrong Jill Astin Nelda Ault Martin W. Backer Julie Baird Enid Baker Mary Margaret Baldwin Charles Ball Laura Ballantyne

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Joyce Bangerter Barbara Bannon Melissa and Edward Barbanell Craig Cheney and Francie Barber Mary Barger Joyce and John Barnes Mary L. Barnes Lawrence Barney+ Robert Kyle Barnett Douglas and Jill Barnhart Matthew Bates David J. Batson Brett and Janeen Bawden Tod and Lynette Berg Jean Ann Bills Leona Blackbird Shirley Blanton Joan Bohn Roger and Cindy Bon Drs. Glen and Anneli Bowen Margaret Jill Bowman Jean B. Braxton Patricia R. Brewer Linda Brill Suzanne Brinkerhoff

Gary V. Broadbent Robert S. Brodstein Lora Beth Brown Frederick and Rama Buchanan Tom and Debra Burdett Leeaine W. Burnett Thomas Chad Burt Deanna and Dan Byck Brad and Leslie Campbell Robin Campbell The Carver Family Michael J. and Carole A. Carr Deanna Chandler Blake and Tonya L. Christensen Hal M. Christensen Ray and Bobbie Christiansen Edward and Carleen Clark Robert R. Clark Patricia and John Clay Glen Clayburn Patti and Scott Clements David Click Susan D. Cole Paula R. Coleman Florencia Coletes

Kay Conder Alan Connell Dennis W. Coon Hilary Coon Cathy Cornell James M. Cragun Emily Crane Leigh and Nancy Cropper Laura D’Anna Craig N. Darrow Daniel Dearden Eydie Debry Verlie G. Delange Kathy and Lawrence Derrick Thomas J. Devereux Jerry Diana James R. Dickson Kyle Dillingham Bob and Sue Dintelman Joyce and Jack Dolcourt Dennis Dougherty Mrs. Susan P. Dowd Rebecca D. Duberow Michelle Dunbar Margaret E. Eklund

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FRIENDS OF PIONEER THEATRE COMPANY Jim and Susan Elder James P. Elkins, Jr. Walter and Gloria Elston Jeannine Engel Brent Evans Roselind E. Evans Barbara Fasenmyer Ralph and Patricia Faulkner David Felt and Lynda Wendel Denise W. Ferguson Robert M. Finlayson Ed and Sharon Fisher Mr. Gregory W. Fisher Lou Jean Flint Larry and Shirley Florence In Memory of Gloria Forcht Clynn and Katherine Ford Cecelia H. Foxley Arch L. Frantz Carolyn C. Fredin Geneal Fritzsche Janice W. and Douglas L. Frost Marisa A. Frost Sarah George and Richard Ford Jean Gardner Kari Ghaffari Jaime Glauser Ralph L. Gochnour Jerry K. Good Elizabeth Goodell Randal Graham Ralph Grames Leland and Petra Gray Jana H. Green John E. and Anabel W. Greenlee Leslie H. Greenwood Paul R. Griffin Marilyn Gull April Hagendorf Maxine R. Haggerty Joan C. Hahn Beth C. and Peter T. Hanlon AnnMarie Hannon Henry Paul Harris Mary Harris Virginia Harris Linda L. Haslam Patti Hendricks Robert C. Heitkamp Fritzie Hicks Dean and Elaine Holbrook Randy and Susan Hollis Treena Holm Jenna Holt Gerri Hoth Robert and Virginia Huber Paula H. Hurren Norma Huston Steven and Jean Ingleby Hillary Isenhour Vince Iturbe Paul Iwasaki Alana Jacobs Srikanth and Nimmy Jammulapati Danelle and Paul Jensen Elaine B. Jensen Alan D. Johnson Bruce and Maxine Johnson Jill Johnson

Jon L. Johnson Kathleen Johnson Suzan and Val Johnson Kathy Jorgensen Beverly Joseph Rob D. Jolley Steve Jones Katherine E. Judd Frank and Dorothy Karras Kathleen M. Kaufman Safia Keller W.S. Kendall David Kliger Shirley and Robert Knox Tatyana Koshevaya Xan Kotter Stan and Sophie Kouris Bonnie Lantz Clarann Larsen Jeff and Jane Larsen Anna and Claud LePendu Michael and Shirley Lemieux Deborah Lewis Sara Sexton-Lewis Karin and Steve Liimatta Joan Lind Marilyn Lindsay Colleen R. Lindstrom Morris and Jane Linton Uri Loewenstein Diane Luke Michael W. Luskin Elaine Lyon Richard W. MacArthur Craig and Karen Madson Cleo and Max Malan Darcia Mallory-Gordon Lisa and Tracy Mangum Ted and Shirley Marakis Andy and Tammy Marks John D. Marks Sue S. Martin J. Michael and Mary Mattsson - In Honor of James Macfarlane Karen McArthur Frank and Diane McElwain Sheena C. McFarland Mark and Dee Michelsen Barbara R. Miller Ridges Richard R. and Jean H. Miller Robert Miller Ronald C. Mills Janet Minden Bonnie Mitchell Cyndee Miya Carissa Sorensen Monroy James R. Moore and Kathryn Lindquist Kathy Moore James R. Moore and Kathryn Lindquist Judi and John Morrell Nick Morgan Stephen and Sandy Morgan Julie Morriss Joni Moss Robert C. and Carol S. Moss Sharon Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Denis Muskat

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Maura K. Naughton In Memory of JoAnn Nelson L. Jackson Newell In Memory of Keith Engar Stephanie Nielson Emily Norton Rosalie Notarianni Jean and Ralph Nuismer J. Nunn Jill A. Nutting Ingrid Nygaard Mary Anne O’Connell Patrick F. O’Neal William D. Ohlsen Mary Lou Oland-Wong Carol M. Oliver Julie Olson June M. Openshaw Kristi Oritt Gerry Orr Tim Orton Winnifred P. Ospital Cindy H. Ostler Nathan L. and Jennifer A. Pace Wayne Padgett Amy Palmer Kirsten Park Nancy Parker Paula Paterson Harry W. Patrick Kathryn R. Patterson In Memory of Barbara M. Patterson Janet Peck Megan B. Pedersen Linda S. Pembroke Alecia Peterson Wendy W. Phippen Colleen Pierce James Pierson Van Pilkington Lynn O. Poulson Molly Prince Cindi K. Pugmire Roger and Susan Pyper Elaine Randolph Robert W. Raybould Robyn Raybould and Ross Mossier John Rayl Ralph and Rita Reese Jennifer Rhode Carolyn Rich-Denson Tammy Richards Brenda L. Richardson Del and Becky Ririe Benjamin Roa Susan J. Roberts Thomas A. and Maria E. Roberts J. Kyle and JoAnn K. Robertson Michael B. Robinson Dr. John and Mary Jo Robinson Janet Rogers Thom and Shirley Rossa Diane W. Rossi Jane and Kent Sakashita Rachel and Andrew Sackett Karl and Sharon Schatten Larry P. Schumann Karen Salzman

Steven Schimmelpfennig Linda Schmunk Mary Beth Scholand Patrice Schulze Kent and LaRae Scott Tina Seferos Cary Self Oren I. Shepherd Nanci Shino Michal Shorten Larry and Ruth Siebers Randall and Debra Skeen Barbara L. Sluder A.J. and Leah Smith Dale Smith Deborah Smith Kevin L. Smith Patricia Smith Ron W. and Marcia M. Smith Marvin and Kathryn Smullen Roger and Shirley Sorenson Tom and Karen Spalding Luann Spendlove Karen and Kerry Spiroff Sharon C. Steensma Robert A. Stephenson In Memory of Jo Stevenson James R. Stewart William and Susan Stillgebauer Kathy Stoker Annie and Cory Strupp Jesse J. Suek Jennifer E. Swenson Marsha Tadje Carol H. and Robert L. Tayler John Taylor Laila Tedford Ann Thomas Douglas N. Thompson and Mary Lynne Thompson Janeen Thompson Joel and Pamela Thompson David Timpson Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tincher Claire Turner Barbara Viskochil Stefanie Voigt Christopher William Wade James and Linda Wagstaff Alison Walker Blaine and Hilea Walker In Memory of Carleen A. Wallace Kenneth Ward Stephen Jeffrey Watson David and Shauna Weight Lauri Welch David and Dixie West Becky Whipple Charles T. White Tina R. Whitehead Helen R. Wight Brian R. Wilkin Elizabeth Williamson Patty J. Willoughby Ben Wilson Robert Wilson Jody Wong Melora Wood Woodbury Family

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FRIENDS OF PIONEER THEATRE COMPANY Wendy Woodbury Nancy G. Woodward Arriann Woolf

Dr. Richard and Shirley Wootton Terry and Dori Wright Arthur Yakumo

Betty and Fred Yanowitz Gordon Yates Nancy Young

Andrey Zharkikh Cathleen D. Zick Kathleen Zwanziger

The donors acknowledged above made gifts and pledges between August 30, 2013 and October 13, 2014.

Special Gifts Gifts to Endowments, Capital Campaign, and New Play Readings Sandi Behnken The Bireley Foundation Roger and Sara Boyer Kristina and Kenneth Burton

Ernst & Young Matching Program Kem and Carolyn Gardner Dennis and Sherrie Gardner Francis and Joan Hanson Lee and Audrey Hollaar

David R. Jolley Chris Lino In Memory of Shannon Elizabeth and Amanda LaRae Maxwell

Peter and Catherine Meldrum Kevin R. and Deon Murray Steve and Alisa Parks Michael and Jan Pazzi Questar Arts Foundation

Margot L. Shott William and Donna Vogel The IJ and Jeanné Wagner Charitable Foundation Nathaniel Young Zions Bank

+In-Kind Donation * This donor is recognized at the gift level equal to their donation plus a corporate match. Make your gift go further: Check to see if your company has a matching gift program. If you have any changes or questions regarding your program listing, please call 801-585-3196.

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PIONEER THEATRE COMPANY STAFF ARTISTIC STAFF Artistic Director. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Karen Azenberg Resident Scenic Designer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . George Maxwell Resident Costume Designer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carol Wells-Day Resident Sound Designer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Joshua C. Hight PRODUCTION STAFF Production Manager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Reed Rossbach Technical Director. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cody Curtis Scenic Artist. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mark Jensen Charge Artist. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Warren Gerritsen Painters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Trisha Webb Props Artisan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Marshelle Spafard Stage Technicians. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tori Howsden, Megan Koretz, John Mack, David Paxton Audio Technician. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Matt Bashaw Costume Shop Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carol Wells-Day Asst. Costume Shop Manager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wendy Schow-Massine Drapers/Cutters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wendy Schow-Massine, Misty Reubens, Margo Seamons First Hand. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . K.L. Alberts Master Tailor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . George Pesek Stitchers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kathryn Jensen, Colleen Pierce Head of Crafts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Aaron Swenson Crafts Artisan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Arika Schockmel Wig Master. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Amanda French Wig Assistant. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Valerie Bradshaw Wardrobe Supervisor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Amanda Andrews Master Electrician. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alexander Weisman 1st Assistant Electricians . . . . . . . . . . . Kelly Lisonbee, Melissa Nielson Electricians. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . William Hadden, Steven Jones, Les Pendergraft, Jenifer Christensen, Tyler Leckington Costume Rental Coordinator. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Elaine Kelbch

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Managing Director. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chris Lino Box Office/Patron Services Manager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Colleen Lindstrom House Manager/Asst. Patron Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ruth Weisman Patron Services. . . . . . . . . . . Mitchell Garets, Robyn Jones, Loi Masina, Jaymon McDeVitt, Sasha Pinegar, Matthew Quigley, Caprice Schulte, Business Manager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jack Mark Asst. Business Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Matt Bennett Company Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . John Geertsen Concessions Supervisors. . . . . . . Haley Hoover, Carson Kohler, Robyn Jones Joanne Rowland Concessions Staff. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Daniel Amsel, Samantha Brimhall, Annneli Castell, Clete Johansson, Brandy Oliver, Bella Paolucci, Gwen Porter, Isabelle Porter Director of Development. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Diane Parisi Development Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rebecca Williams Director of Marketing & Communications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kirsten Park Assistant Marketing Director. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Heather Nowlin Photographer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alexander Weisman ADDITIONAL STAFF FOR THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW Assistant Stage Manager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Christian Stringham Assistant Lighting Designer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . David DeCarolis Live Mix Engineer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dave Hallock Light Board Operator. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alexander Weisman Head Spot. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alicia Carlson Spot Operators. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jenifer Christensen, Lissa Nielson Deck Crew . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kelly Lisonbee Sound Technician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Andrew Doenges Wardrobe Running Crew. . . . . . . . . . . . . Anna Schovaers, Daniel Streed

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