4000 Miles by Amy Herzog
April 9â€“May 4, 2014
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Table of Contents Welcome ........................................................................................... 6 4000 MILES....................................................................................... 7 Acknowledgements ........................................................................... 8 Green Room Gallery .......................................................................... 9 University Professional Theatre Program ........................................... 9 Cast of Characters .......................................................................... 11 Director's Notes .............................................................................. 12 SLAC Fundraiser: THE PARTY ............................................................ 15 Who’s Who.......................................................................................16 Corporate Partners...........................................................................20 Sponsors, Friends and Supporters ..................................................21 Plays in Consideration for 2014/2015 Season .................................. 26 Salt Lake Acting Company Staff ........................................................28 Board of Trustees.............................................................................29 For Our Audience .............................................................................32
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Welcome to 4000 MILES by Amy Herzog. We are thrilled to present a play by this illustrious young playwright. Her concise writing and unexpected humor allow this play to be the catalyst for conversation and celebration among all of us. This is the time when we harness renewed passion for what we do and express upmost gratitude for the people who allow us to do it.
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Our renewal party in the Green Room is a fabulous opportunity to personally thank our Subscribers for joining us for another season. Our Subscribers are the coolest people on the planet. Seriously. Their loyalty and trust in SLAC is undeniable and this theatre is energized by their open and adventurous spirit. A record breaking 2800 Subscribers is our goal for our 14/15 season. To accommodate this growth, we are thrilled to announce that we will be adding a Tuesday evening (7:30pm) series and Saturday matinee (1:00pm) series for Subscribers to choose from. Subscribers are our lifeline.
44 Years of Theatre & Community.
The support from our Subscribers allows us the freedom to reach out and give back to our community. SLAC will present A LOSS OF APPETITE by David Kranes, April 25 - 27. Family, friends and fans of David’s will gather for this special event. We look forward to shining the light on David’s work and we thank him for his many years of inspiration. Directed by Robin Wilks-Dunn, A LOSS OF APPETITE features Anne Cullimore Decker and Patrick Tovatt. SLAC is proud to host TIP YOUR HAT TO EQUALITY, a special fundraiser for Restore Our Humanity on May 5th. Arts organizations from our community will come together to create hats for creative auction pieces, playwrights will write short plays, and various artists will donate work. The Salt Lake City arts community has a big heart and we are honored to lend our time and energy for this remarkable event. We hope you will join us—stand up and shout out for equality! Thank you for being here, Cynthia and Keven Executive Producers
Let us renew you!
4000 Miles By
Amy Herzog Director
K. L. Alberts
Production Stage Manager
Janice Jenson *
4000 MILES was Originally Produced by Lincoln Center Theater in 2011, New York City “4000 Miles” is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.
APRIL 9 – MAY 4, 2014
Acknowledgements Salt Lake Acting Company gratefully acknowledges the following foundations and government agencies for their very generous sponsorship. Their support is truly essential to SLAC’s success and vitality.
Salt Lake County Zoo, Arts & Parks (ZAP) Funds Salt Lake County Cultural Facilities Support Program National Endowment for the Arts Utah Division of Arts & Museums Salt Lake City Arts Council The Shubert Foundation, Inc. Emma Eccles Jones Foundation George S. & Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation B. W. Bastian Foundation John & Marcia Price Family Foundation Edgerton Foundation Marriner S. Eccles Foundation Lawrence T. & Janet T. Dee Foundation Jarvis & Constance Doctorow Family Foundation Anonymous R. Harold Burton Foundation McCarthey Family Foundation Henry W. & Leslie M. Eskuche Foundation C. Comstock Clayton Foundation Utah Humanities Council The PI Foundation, Inc. Manners / Golden Rule Foundation Mark Family Foundation Whittenburg Foundation
This project is supported in part by Salt Lake County’s Zoo Arts and Parks program, Utah Division of Arts and Museums, with funding from the State of Utah and the Salt Lake City Arts Council.
Green Room Gallery
Our green room gallery is a collective endeavor between community and artists. This space allows us to offer a variety of diverse visual perspectives from local artists based on inspiration found from themes raised onstage. In keeping with SLAC’s mission to nurture our local, creative community, we celebrate these reinforcements born between the visual and performing arts. This exhibit's artist has generously chosen to donate 20% of the proceeds to SLAC.
Throughout the run of 4000 MILES we are pleased to present work by long time SLAC subscriber Collin Chandler. Collin sees character and metaphor in intimate, inanimate subjects. His “locked” series, or landscapes, or industrials all imply subtext, and thus he has named this exhibit beneath our stage "Subscript." In 2010, at forty-three, Collin had the notion to start painting while visiting galleries in the French Quarter. He studied under accomplished Utah landscape painter Shanna Kunz, and set out to be an accomplished painter himself. “My wife and I have been subscribers for a long time now and have made a tradition of Crown Burgers and Cabernet in the Green Room before each SLAC offering. We’ve bonded and blathered there with crowds of friends, or another couple, or our kids, or just each other. We’re always excited to see new art and discuss whatever is hanging before taking our seats upstairs. I couldn’t be more pleased to be the topic on those walls during this production.” -Collin Chandler Spring renewals is an exciting time here at SLAC, and Collin’s exhibit is a reminder of the diverse and brave subscribers that allow this theatre to exist.
University Professional Theatre Program SLAC is delighted to partner with local universities to heighten theatre students’ educational experience by taking them out of the classroom and hiring them at a professional theatre. We are excited to welcome Salt Lake Community College student Austin Grant as part of the University Professional Theatre Program. “I’m definitely excited to be making my professional theatre debut at SLAC. It’s been an absolute pleasure thus far. I couldn’t be happier with 4000 MILES, and the team working on the show with me. Before working at SLAC, I’ve only performed plays in high school and at Salt Lake Community College. I’ve loved performing at SLCC Black Box Theatre, and am appreciative of the education and experiences I have gained at SLCC. Working at a professional theatre company as a student is an incredible opportunity, and I have no doubts the UPTP will prepare me to take the next step in my career.”
Sponsors: The John & Marcia Price Family Foundation, Anderson & Karrenberg, Terence K. Stephens, Roy Jespersen, Marian Jacobsen and Mark Family Foundation.
Cast of Characters LEO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AUSTIN GRANT VERA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . JOYCE COHEN* AMANDA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LILY HYE SOO DIXON BEC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SHELBY ANDERSEN * Member of Actorsâ€™ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States
Lily Hye Soo Dixon, Austin Grant, Shelby Andersen & Joyce Cohen during rehearsal.
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Director's Notes Amy Herzog has discussed in many interviews the family characters and politics that were the basis for her plays AFTER THE REVOLUTION and its successor 4000 MILES. For those of you who haven’t done the Google search, the fascinating character of Vera, who also appears in AFTER THE REVOLUTION, is based on Herzog’s own grandmother, Leepee, who she describes as “an old New York lefty… funny, dry, sassy and devastating.” In AFTER THE REVOLUTION audiences were introduced to Vera as the widow of Joe Joseph, the patriarch of their Marxist family. It’s now 2007 and Joe has been dead ten years when Vera is visited by her grandson Leo at the end of his cross-country bike ride. Herzog herself completed such a ride and stayed with her grandmother in the West Village for several months. Vera lives on her own, political passions intact but dealing with the frustrations of old age. Herzog has said how much she wanted to write an older character with the dimensions that she observed in her grandmother “because I do think there’s a way that older people can just disappear. I feel, in a very pronounced way, my own grandmother’s fight to remain present and relevant.” To be “present and relevant” while struggling with the frustrations of parts that don’t work so well and words that won’t come, not to mention the attitudes of younger relatives, is a struggle that fascinated me. I guess it’s easier to be fascinated when one is observing rather than partaking, and I have spent lots of time lately thinking about my own elderly relatives. And of course working on a play about this particular intergenerational friendship I am drawn to examine my own relationships with older female relatives; my two utterly different grandmothers and my great grandmother Harriet who lived with us. A first generation New Zealander, she was a farmer’s daughter who married the farm hand and then raised her children in rural New Zealand; profoundly
conservative in her politics she was intent on holding onto her vision of herself as the matriarch through family and financial upheaval and the suicide of one of her sons. I look back on the two us together, the “I know everything that is worth knowing” 16 year old and the 93 year old with very little real power in the world, with some wonder (and a little embarrassment). It’s easy to find dramatic conflict in the confrontation of opposites, but the subtleties of Herzog’s writing and the gentle nuances of the relationship between Vera and Leo result in the exploration of the similarities of outlook and personality despite the generational divide. Not that the divide doesn’t exist, and it’s the source of much frustration between the two, but it doesn’t ultimately define or limit who they are together. Despite its intimacy Herzog’s play gently reminds us that the private individual experience is always part of a larger political and historical process.
Director, Adrianne Moore
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Whoâ€™s Who AUSTIN GRANT
(Leo) is excited to be making his debut at SLAC. Austin auditioned for his first play junior year in high school out of pure curiosity, got the part and instantly became addicted. After that, Austin did a feature film and then trained for a solid year with some local acting coaches, and has been auditioning ever since. Other credits include: Jason Willet in RABBIT HOLE, Jabez Stone in SCRATCH, Romeo in ROMEO AND JULIET, and Titus Savage in THE CURIOUS SAVAGE, at Salt Lake Community College. Although Austin has a passion for theatre, most of his work has been in film. He had the honor of working in the Sundance Labs with the next wave of top notch film directors this last summer. Austin looks forward to this opportunity and working with the wonderful people at Salt Lake Acting Company.
(Vera) is happy to return to SLAC after last performing in (A MAN ENTERS). Other favorite productions include: SWIMMING IN THE SHALLOWS, BEAUTY QUEEN OF LEENANE, THE CLEAN HOUSE, and THE MEMORY OF WATER. Joyce has appeared on Broadway, off-Broadway, and on regional stages across the country. Most recent credits: the NEW PLAY SUMMIT at the Denver Center Theatre (BENEDICTION) and OTHER DESERT CITIES at Pioneer Theatre Co. TV & FILM credits include: GRANITE FLATS (recurring role), HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL, SLC PUNK, INDEPENDENCE DAY, and many TV movies and series.
LILY HYE SOO DIXON
(Amanda) is excited to be making her debut at Salt Lake Acting Company in 4000 MILES. She most recently was seen in AVENUE Q as Christmas Eve at the University of Utah. Previous credits include Lady Macduff in MACBETH and Lady Percy in HENRY IV PART I with The Grassroots Shakespeare Company. She graduated with her BFA in Classical Acting from Southern Utah University. Currently she teaches Theatre at Alianza Academy. Hye Soo would like to thank her family and friends for their constant support and most importantly her son Lennon.
(Bec) is honored to be back on the SLAC stage! She was last seen here playing Cow 2 in CLICK CLACK MOO: COWS THAT TYPE, and Lauren in CIRCLE MIRROR TRANSFORMATION. Previous credits include Olive Ostrovsky in THE 25TH ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE (Irene Ryan Nomination), Calliope in XANADU (Irene Ryan Nomination), Awalih in THE COMEDY OF OEDIPUS and Ensemble in IN THE HEIGHTS. Shelby studied musical theatre at Weber State University, finishing last spring. She is endlessly thankful to her friends and family who have never stopped believing in her dreams.
(Playwright) plays include After the Revolution (Williamstown Theater Festival; Playwrights Horizons; Lilly Award), 4000 Miles (Lincoln Center; Obie Award for the Best New American Play, Pulitzer Prize Finalist), The Great God Pan (Playwrights Horizons), and Belleville (Yale Rep; New York Theatre
Workshop; Susan Smith Blackburn Prize Finalist; Drama Desk Nomination). Amy is a recipient of the Whiting Writers Award, the Benjamin H. Danks Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, the Helen Merrill, the Joan and Joseph Cullman Award for Extraordinary Creativity, and the New York Times Outstanding Playwright Award. She is a Usual Suspect at NYTW and an alumna of Youngblood, Play Group at Ars Nova, and the SoHo Rep Writer/Director Lab. She has taught playwriting at Bryn Mawr and Yale. MFA, Yale School of Drama.
(Director) is delighted to be directing once again for the Salt Lake Acting Company. Previous directing credits for SLAC include HOW TO MAKE A ROPE SWING, CIRCLE MIRROR TRANSFORMATION, HOLD PLEASE, WATER IMAGES (part of THE WATER PROJECT), ANCIENT LIGHTS (New Play Sounding Series) and DO NOT HIT GOLF BALLS INTO MEXICO for SLAC’s Fearless Fringe Festival. She has also served as dialect
coach on numerous SLAC productions including VENUS AND FUR, GOOD PEOPLE, GRANT AND TWAIN, BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON, RED, ANGELS IN AMERICA, CHARM, THE CARETAKER, END DAYS, THE CLEAN HOUSE, and SKIN IN FLAMES. Other Utah directing credits include THE WOMAN IN BLACK, ALWAYS PATSY CLINE, THE FOREIGNER, RELATIVE VALUES, THE RIVALS and SYLVIA (Old Lyric Repertory Company) THE MIKADO (Utah Festival Opera) TALKING WALES (Utah Contemporary Theatre) PETER PAN (The Egyptian Theatre Company) and MIASMA (Plan B Theatre.) A native of New Zealand, Adrianne worked as a director and actor in New Zealand, Australia and England before coming to the U.S. She holds a Graduate Diploma in Theatre Directing from the British Theatre Association in London, an M.F.A. in Directing from Florida State University and is a member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society.
(Light Designer) Jesse is happy to work with SLAC again. He has previously designed THE
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Streetlight Woodpecker by Shawn Fisher Monday, April 28 at 7:00 PM STREETLIGHT WOODPECKER follows the story of Benji, an undersized Marine who has returned to his Irish-Catholic neighborhood in Philadelphia after being critically injured during battle. He bears not only the medals he earned but also the scars, and now that he has come home he must face the emotional wounds he avoided by going to war. When his father’s suicide renders him homeless just days after his return, Benji moves in with his childhood friend Sam. Soon questions that threatened Benji throughout his youth resurface, questions about his manhood and his relationship with Sam, and he distracts himself with booze, pills, and reckless fighting. Meanwhile, as Sam tries to protect him from self-destruction, Benji plots to kill a woodpecker that loudly bangs the metal streetlights in the neighborhood. We thank the Jarvis and Constance Doctorow Family Foundation for their support of this vital program.
CAT IN THE HAT, HOW TO MAKE A ROPE SWING, CLICK CLACK MOO: COWS THAT TYPE, RED, HOW I BECAME A PIRATE, IF YOU GIVE A MOUSE A COOKIE, THE PERSIAN QUARTER, GO, DOG. GO! and TOO MUCH MEMORY. Locally Jesse has designed for Plan-B Theatre, Pioneer Theatre Company, Pygmalion Theatre, the Egyptian Theatre Company and the Babcock Theater. He is on the faculty at the University Of Utah Department Of Theatre where he teaches Lighting Design.
HAIR, FAME, THE AWESOME 80’S PROM, RENTED CHRISTMAS and DANNIE AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA (Egyptian Theatre). Janice is a graduate of BYU and was selected as a USITT 2008 Stage Management Mentee, where she stage managed THE HISTORY OF DRAG. She would like to thank Max for his support.
(Designer) is delighted to work on another SLAC production. Selected sound design credits for Josh include GRANT & TWAIN, GOOD PEOPLE, VENUS IN FUR, THE EXIT INTERVIEW, SATURDAY’S VOYEUR 2013, CLICK CLACK MOO: COWS THAT TYPE and HOW I BECAME A PIRATE. In addition he is the Master Electrician at SLAC.
(Executive Producer) has been in the world of dance and theatre professionally for over 35 years, during which time she performed in the Broadway, national and International companies with A CHORUS LINE. In 1978 as a U of U Theatre student, her performing relationship with SLAC began. Since 1995 she has worn many hats at SLAC, including Choreographer, Director, Box Office Manager and Director of Audience Services. She conceived and created the position of Director of Communication and Audience Development and assembled the communication team to generate a renewed energy and excitement about the theatre before taking on her current position as Executive Producer. Cynthia remains a working artist in the theatre and has choreographed SATURDAY’S VOYEUR for 16 years and directed the musical for five years. She has choreographed many SLAC productions including THE PERSIAN QUARTER; GO, DOG. GO!; BAT BOY THE MUSICAL; AND WATER LILIES from CABBIES; COWBOYS; and THE TREE OF THE WEEPING VIRGIN. Cynthia is proud to serve SLAC and its mission to develop and produce vital new work.
(Costume Designer) has been designing for SLAC since 1999. Some favorite designs include RABBIT HOLE, I AM MY OWN WIFE, GO, DOG. GO!, CIRCLE, MIRROR, TRANSFORMATION and BEAUTY QUEEN OF LEENANE. Recent designs for Pioneer Theatre Company include ELF-THE MUSICAL, OF MICE AND MEN, LES MISERABLES, WHITE CHRISTMAS and LAUGHING STOCK. Locally Kevin has also worked with Meat & Potato Theatre where he will be designing their upcoming production of BEOWULF. He also spent 21 seasons with the Utah Shakespeare Festival.
(Stage Manager) is excited to be returning to Salt Lake Acting Company after stage managing GRANT & TWAIN. She also stage managed GOOD PEOPLE, SATURDAY’S VOYEUR 2013, 2012 and 2011, THE EXIT INTERVIEW, HOW TO MAKE A ROPE SWING, BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON, COURSE 86B IN THE CATALOGUE, DOTTIE: THE SISTER LIVES ON, GOD OF CARNAGE and CIRCLE MIRROR TRANSFORMATION. Other stage management credits include TICK, TICK…BOOM!, REEFER MADNESS, A NEW BRAIN, THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS (Dark Horse Theatre Company), SAM I WAS (SLAC Fringe Festival),
(Set Design, Executive Producer) received the Mayor’s Artists Award in the Performing Arts in 2009. He was awarded the 2008 City Weekly Award for directing THE CLEAN HOUSE and MOONLIGHT AND MAGNOLIAS at Salt Lake Acting Company. His other directing credits at SLAC include GRANT & TWAIN, BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON, RED, ANGELS IN AMERICA: PARTS I & II, THE OVERWHELMING, RABBIT HOLE, I AM MY OWN WIFE, BAD DATES, KIMBERLY AKIMBO, GOING TO ST. IVES, WATER LILIES, THE MEMORY OF WATER, TWO-HEADED, THE BEAUTY QUEEN OF LEENANE, GROSS INDECENCY: THE THREE TRIALS OF OSCAR
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Salt Lake Acting Company’s Plays in Consideration AN ILIAD
by Lisa Peterson & Dennis O’Hare
Obie Award Winner Based on Homer’s The Illiad Translated by Robert Fagles AN ILIAD is a modern-day retelling of Homer's classic. Through poetry and humor, the ancient tale of the Trojan War and the modern world collide.
DISGRACED by Ayad Akhtar
Pulizter Prize for Drama Obie Award for Playwrighting Corporate lawyer Amir Kapoor is happy, in love, and about to land the biggest career promotion of his life. But beneath the veneer, success has come at a price.
I’LL EAT YOU LAST: A CHAT WITH SUE MENGERS by John Logan
Tony Award & Pulitzer Prize Winning Playwright Hailed as the first female "superagent," Sue Mengers’ clients, which included Barbra Streisand, were the talk of the town, as were her dinner parties. You’re invited into her glamorous home for an evening of dish and dirty secrets.
by William Missouri Downs
World Premiere A quirky flight attendant who is a romance novel junkie meets Mr. Perfect and it doesn’t work out. She sets out on a search to find the purpose of life by connecting the random chance events that make up existence. A sort of romantic comedy by the playwright who wrote THE EXIT INTERVIEW.
RAPTURE, BLISTER, BURN by Gina Gionfriddo
Obie Award Winning Playwright After graduate school, Catherine and Gwen chose polar opposite paths. Catherine built a career as a rockstar academic, while Gwen built a home with her husband and children. This comedy is an unflinching look at gender politics in the wake of 20th century feminist ideals.
STUPID F**KING BIRD by Aaron Posner
An aspiring young theatre director named Conrad struggles to get out from under the shadow of his mother Emma, a famous actress. Meanwhile, his young muse Nina falls for Emma's lover Doyle, and everyone discovers just how disappointing love, art, and growing up can be. In this hilarious and irreverent riff on unrequited love, Aaron Posner transforms the famous "subtext" of a classic play into exuberant scenes and songs.
2014/2015 Season TRIBES
by Nina Raine
Drama Desk Award-Outstanding Play Billy, born deaf into a hearing family, had adapted brilliantly to his family's unconventional ways, but they've never returned the favor. It's not until he meet Sylvia, a young woman on the brink of deafness, that he finally understands what it means to be understood.
TWO STORIES by Elaine Jarvik
World Premiere Jodi is a struggling journalist eager to keep her job in a changing economy when a Pakistani family moves in next door. What follows is an exploration of diverse landscapes, including economic risings and fallings, sensationalism and honesty, getting ahead and falling behind, and more intimately, how identity is bridged between generations.
SATURDAY’S VOYEUR 2015
by Allen Nevins & Nancy Borgenicht
World Premiere SLAC's annual musical satire that makes living in Utah bearable.
CHILDREN’S PLAY CONSIDERATIONS (SEASON ADD-ON)
A YEAR WITH FROG AND TOAD Book and Lyrics by Willie Reale
Music by Robert Reale Based on the books by Arnold Lobel The two best friends celebrate and rejoice in their differences that make them unique and special. Part vaudeville, part make believe, all charm, A YEAR WITH FROG AND TOAD tells the story of a friendship that endures, weathering all seasons.
JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH Adapted for the stage by David Wood From the book by Roald Dahl
The story of Roald Dahl’s classic tale is faithfully told by James himself and the insect characters: Miss Spider, Old-Green-Grasshopper, Centipede, Ladybird and Earthworm.
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