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Table of Contents

Welcome�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 6 THE TRUE STORY OF THE 3 LITTLE PIGS.............................................................. 7 Title I Arts Education Program......................................................................... 8 Title I Supporters............................................................................................ 9 Corporate Sponsors��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������10 Acknowledgements....................................................................................... 12 Cast of Characters........................................................................................ 16 In the Room with Penelope Caywood & Presley........................................... 14 Who’s Who����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������18 STAG'S LEAP �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������26 Date Night at SLAC........................................................................................ 27 Sponsors, Friends and Supporters................................................................ 28 University Professional Theatre Program....................................................... 31 Salt Lake Acting Company Staff���������������������������������������������������������������������32 Board of Trustees������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������33 Green Room Gallery...................................................................................... 35 For Our Audience������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������36

Welcome Welcome to THE TRUE STORY OF THE 3 LITTLE PIGS! It’s our favorite time of the year, when we get to welcome our youngest audiences to experience the magic of live theatre. Seeing theatre through the eyes of children is a beautiful reminder of why we do what we do. The transformative experience of seeing a play can be something you carry with you throughout your entire life. On the first day of rehearsal, we asked the actors if they could recall their earliest theatre memories... ed the erienc r of theatre h p x e t s “I fir and powe of the 25t beauty h the airingrmance throug rsary perfo on PBS annive MISÉRABLES I was of LES oung child. ired, and as a y erized, insp y Jeanne mesm rted.” – Beck conve

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Thank you for being here and for introducing the young people in your lives to the magic of theatre. It’s an honor to be part of their experience! Joy and light, Cynthia Executive Artistic Director



THE TRUE STORY OF THE 3 LITTLE PIGS! By Robert Kauzlaric, Paul Gilvary, and William Rush Director /Music Director/Choreographer

Penelope Caywood

Set Design

Light Design

Costume Design

Thomas George

Jesse Portillo**

Spencer Potter

Stage Manager

William Richardson

Puppet Design

Steven Glenn Brown Linda L. Brown

Prop Design

Janice Jenson

DECEMBER 1-29, 2017 University Professional Theatre Program

Assistant Light Design

Assistant Costume Design

Assistant Director

David Anthony-Ken De Carolis

Jessica Rubin

Wilson Hicken

Produced by special arrangement with Playscripts, Inc. ( **The lighting designer of THE TRUE STORY OF THE 3 LITTLE PIGS is represented by United Scenic Artist, Local USA 829 of the IATSE.

TITLE I ARTS EDUCATION PROGRAM One of the most rewarding aspects of our season is our annual children’s show and Title I Arts Education Program. This invaluable program allows over 1,700 underprivileged schoolchildren to experience the magic of live theatre at no cost to them or their schools. With arts education receiving less and less attention and funding, this program plays a vital role in providing a more wellrounded education to Utah students. Every children’s play that SLAC produces is based on a literary work. SLAC creates a study guide to accompany each play and distributes it to every class that attends the Title I Arts Education Program. The guide includes learning activities to be completed before and after the children see the play, reinforcing the connection between literacy and the arts. After the children watch the show, they are treated to a Q&A with the actors, providing the opportunity to ask about theatre, acting, the story, and the elements of the performance. Tiya Karaus, a second-grade teacher from Washington Elementary said of SLAC’s Title I Arts Education Program, “We look forward to seeing a play at SLAC each year. My students have little or no experience with live theatre before attending a performance. We love every moment of the experience, especially being able to ask questions after the show.”

SLAC’s 2017 Title I Arts Education Program will serve the following Title I schools:

Edison Elementary Franklin Elementary Kearns-Saint Ann Liberty Elementary Meadowlark Elementary Mountain View Elementary Newman Elementary North Star Elementary Open Classroom Park View Elementary Rose Park Elementary Washington Elementary



B.W. Bastian Foundation Dorsey & Whitney Foundation Lawrence T. & Janet T. Dee Foundation The Henry W. and Leslie M. Eskuché Foundation Richard K. and Shirley S. Hemingway Foundation Rocky Mountain Power Foundation Salt Lake City Arts Council Storagecraft Technology Corporation Sweet Candy Fund for Health & Wellness George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation Utah Division of Arts and Museums Emma Eccles Jones Foundation US Bank Wells Fargo Foundation



Corporate Sponsors 2017/2018 Salt Lake Acting Company sincerely thanks the following Corporate Partners who make the 2017/2018 Season possible:

Albion Financial Group Anderson & Karrenberg Clear Lamp LLC Coca-Cola Dorsey & Whitney LLP Especially For You Fidelity Investments Henries Dry Cleaning Holland & Hart LLP Larry H. Miller Charities Maschoff Brennan Mazza Meditrina Mills Publishing, Inc NJRA Architects Parsons Behle & Latimer ProTel Red Rock Brewing Company Rocky Mountain Power Salt Lake Roasting Company SLUG Magazine Smith’s Food & Drug Stores So Cupcake StorageCraft Technology Corporation Sweet Candy Fund for Health & Wellness US Bank Veterinary Orthopedic Services Wasatch Beers/Squatters Beers We Olive Wells Fargo Wilkinson Ferrari & Company XMission


Acknowledgements The 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) 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 Terence Kearns Stephens Charitable Fund Edgerton Foundation Marriner S. Eccles Foundation National New Play Network Lawrence T. & Janet T. Dee Foundation McCarthey Family Foundation Jarvis & Constance Doctorow Family Foundation Larry H. and Gail Miller Family Foundation Anonymous S.J. & Jessie E. Quinney Foundation The Richard K. & Shirley S. Hemingway Foundation Henry W. & Leslie M. Eskuche Foundation Utah Humanities U.S. Bank Foundation Weinholtz Family Foundation The Dramatists Guild Fund

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.


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Cast of Characters LILLIAN MAGILL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ALI BENNETT THE HONORABLE PRUDENCE/PIG #1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BETSY WEST ALEXANDER T. WOLF. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DEREK GREGERSON JULIA/PIG #2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BECKY JEANNE ROCKY/DR.ROBERT/MARTHA/ MAXWELL/PIG#3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TREVOR B. DEAN THE HONORABLE PRUDENCE/ PIG#1 UNDERSTUDY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OLIVIA CUSTODIO

Left to Right: Becky Jeanne, Ali Bennett, Derek Gregerson, Betsy West, Trevor B. Dean.

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In The Room with

Penelope Caywood & her daughter Presley, SLAC'S Kid Connection

Penny (Mom): Presley, would you please introduce yourself for the program? PJ: Mom, how am I going to top what I said last year? Mom: Last year you were nine. Lots has happened. Give it a try. PJ: Hi! I’m Presley. I’m 10 years old. My favorite school subject is math. When I grow up I want to be a news reporter. I think Salt Lake Acting Company is great and my mom has been working on the children’s show for nine years. I think that’s awesome. She spends a lot of time with her shows even before rehearsals and it’s pretty cool how committed she is. My mom is also a director at Youth Theatre at the U. It’s kinda cool how this job intermingles with the other job in a great way. Mom: How is that? PJ: Well, you are either working with kids or for kids. Mom: So, you know the show I’m working on is based on The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs, right? Do you believe the wolf’s plea? PJ: No, I don’t actually believe that he’s being truthful in what he’s saying. Mom: Do you think it’s fair that the wolf had to go to a pig court and not a wolf court? PJ: Yeah, I don’t think that part is very fair. I feel like it’s kind of discriminating against him. But, it was already unfair because his story wasn’t true. And then, super unfair because the pigs were like, “You’re a wolf and we’re not going to listen to you, dude.” Y’know? Mom: How do you know which story


is true and who to believe? The pigs' version or the wolf's version? PJ: Um … I don’t KNOW what story is true. I’m just going off my opinions of what I think, personally. My opinion is that the wolf is probably lying through most of this about what he’s done. Mom: So, with that in mind do you have suggestions for me in the direction of the show? PJ: I think you should cast the show in such a way in which the wolf is a loveable guy so that people really like him - so they will fall in love with him, then when they realize what he’s done they’re like .... BOOM … that sucked. Not like your show sucked - um … like the wolf was not cool and they were tricked, y’know? Mom: Why do you want me to trick the audience that way? Do you think that actually happens in real court cases? PJ: Um … it really depends. If someone did something wrong and they hire a lawyer to help them in court then they’re probably going to lie about something. But does the wolf even have a lawyer in your show? Mom: He doesn’t. PJ: Yeah, so, I’m pretty sure he’s lying … well, if the wolf turns out not guilty, that’s totally great, too. I guess it could go either way from whatever point of view you have. Um … but in my personal opinion I don’t believe the wolf. Mom: Okay, I see what you’re saying. Any other suggestions? PJ: You need levels in the courtroom. The judge, yeah, that’s what they’re called, should be higher than the rest

of the cast. I mean, do they all have to sing and dance? A staircase might be a good idea for the judge. And it could be cool if you had like an actual courtroom podium for the judge. Mom: The judge’s bench. PJ: Yeah, like a real courtroom. It would make it look much more official and fun for the people watching it, I think. Um … and maybe just have chairs for the other actors that they can quickly move when they have to dance. Mom: Any advice for the actors? PJ: Um … like in general? Mom: Yeah. You’ve been to my rehearsals and in my youth theatre productions. PJ: DON’T DEFY MY MOTHER BECAUSE YOU’LL BE SORRY. Mom: Woah. (laughing) You make me sound super mean. PJ: Well, your actors have probably done other professional shows but they should think about your show like going back to school. Follow directions first time asked - and if you’re not good then it’s going to be hard for them. Mom: (still in shock and laughing) PJ: So, basically, your actors shouldn’t have a bad attitude. Mom: (still laughing) Wow. Just wow. I love my actors! How about something positive? PJ: Um … well, have these actors done shows for kids before? Because if they haven’t they need to know to please not make big faces and gasp a lot. I know that happens on little kid tv shows and they may see that and think, “Oh, this is what kids like,” but there are going to be elementary school kids in the audience and that’s just not very entertaining. Even some of the little kids who come won’t like the fake gasping


and big eyes. So they should try to avoid that. But otherwise, try and have a lot of fun. If you haven’t done theatre for kids before and it’s a whole new experience for you, then try to enjoy it. I like watching actors who look like they like what they do. Mom: What are your thoughts about SLAC? PJ: So, SLAC is a very nice theatre. I love the kind of vibe it gives off. I’ve been going there for a long time. Obviously, I haven’t seen all the shows there, but all the people who work there are very lovely. And when you go to SLAC it’s different from other theatres because it feels more like a community. Kind of like a family. The casts and the people who work there all have a bond. So when you go into SLAC it’s a very welcoming environment. And they do sell concessions so if you get peckish then you can go right down to get a treat. Mom: Peckish, huh? PJ: Yes. I love your shows at SLAC during the holidays.



Magill) is excited to return to SLAC after over 10 years. Ali was last seen here at SLAC in SATURDAY’S VOYEUR 2006. She is a graduate of the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York City. Ali has been seen on many stages in the area including: Egyptian Theatre Co., Silver Summit Theatre Co., Pioneer Co., Hale Center Theatre, and The Grand Theatre. Some of her favorite credits include: BETTY BLUE EYES (Joyce), COMPANY(Amy), CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG(Baroness), THE WEDDING SINGER(Julia), BRIGADOON(Meg), RAGTIME(Evelyn), XANADU(Calliope), and The MARVELOUS WONDERETTES(Cindy Lou). By day, Ali teaches preschool at Dancing Moose Montessori School. A big thanks to all the friends and family who watched her sweet Benny so she could swine it up.


(Rocky, Dr. Robert, Martha, Maxwell, Pig #3) is excited to be returning back to the SLAC stage again. Some of his credits include Jamie-THE LAST FIVE YEARS, Igor-MEL BROOKS: YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN, Joly/ Feuilly- LES MISERABLES, Scuttle-DISNEY’S LITTLE MERMAID, LeFou- BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, Prentice- PETER AND THE STARCATCHER, Seymour- LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS, and in our very own - 2011’12’ SATURDAYS VOYEUR. Trevor attended the Musical Theatre program at Weber State University and has performed with several different venues across the Rocky Mountain Region. Thank you, SLAC and Cynthia for this opportunity!



(Alexander T. Wolf) is beyond excited to work with this great company. He was recently seen at the Fringe Festival in EXPOSURE and Utah Rep’s production of HEATHER’S as JD. Some of his favorite roles include Angel in RENT, Bobby Strong in URINETOWN, and Stacee Jaxx in ROCK OF AGES. Derek is thankful for your support because without it he might huff and puff and blow your house down. Blessed.


Pig #2) is thrilled to be a part of THE TRUE STORY OF THE 3 LITTLE PIGS cast! Becky has performed in almost 40 productions at several community and professional theaters across the Wasatch Front; this being her third with SLAC. A few of her most memorable roles have been The Drowsy Chaperone in THE DROWSY CHAPERONE, Elizabeth Benning in YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN, and as The Housekeeper in Utah Opera’s 2017 production of THE MAN OF LA MANCHA. Becky can also be seen at the Natural History Museum of Utah where she portrays the Viking witch, Rúndis Elidottir, and works as the public programs show manager. Becky is thrilled to be a piggy part of this piggy production and wishes you all a squealing good time!!


(Prudence, Pig #1) Is thrilled to be returning to SLAC. She last performed here as Constance Ledbelly in GOODNIGHT DESDEMONA (GOOD MORNING JULIET). Most recently, Betsy played Leandra in THE WEYWARD

WHO’S WHO SISTERS for Pygmalian Theatre Company. She has been seen at Pinnacle Acting Co. as Miss Prism in THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST, M’Lynn in STEEL MAGNOLIAS, and Marcus Andronicus in TITUS ANDRONICUS. She has performed at Hale Center Theatre as Maudie Atkinson in TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD, Mother Superior in SISTER ACT, and Miriam Goldman in BEAU JEST. Favorite roles include Mrs. Potts in PICNIC, Jesse Mae in THE TRIP TO BOUNTIFUL, and Agnes in I DO! I DO! at The Grand Theatre. She has also had the privilege of working with Plan B Theatre Company, PTC, and Sundance Summer Theatre.


Chicago-based playwright, actor, and director. He has written more than a dozen theatrical adaptations which have been performed in nearly forty U.S. states, as well as in England, Ireland, and Canada. His adaptations include THE ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU (NonEquity Joseph Jefferson Awards: Best Production-Play and New Adaptation), THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY (Non-Equity Jeff Nomination: New Adaptation), NEIL GAIMAN’S NEVERWHERE (Non-Equity Jeff Award: New Adaptation), THE THREE MUSKETEERS (commissioned for the Illinois Shakespeare Festival), WILKIE COLLINS’S THE MOONSTONE and THE WOMAN IN WHITE, and a musical version of Jane Austen’s NORTHANGER ABBEY. For children, Mr. Kauzlaric has written musical adaptations of Jon Scieszka and Lane Smith’s THE TRUE STORY OF THE 3 LITTLE PIGS! (called “one of the best children’s shows of the year” by The New York Times), Peter Brown’s FLIGHT OF THE DODO, Mo Willems’ NAKED MOLE RAT GETS DRESSED, and Richard and Florence Atwater’s MR. POPPER’S PENGUINS, as well as a fanciful twist on Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, called LIONS IN ILLYRIA.


composed original music for numerous shows at Lifeline Theatre in Chicago, including CROSSING CALIFORNIA, CAT’S CRADLE, MRS. PIGGLE-WIGGLE, PUSS IN BOOTS, BONGO LARRY AND TWO BAD BEARS, and THE TRUE STORY OF THE 3 LITTLE PIGS! By day, Paul is an elementary school music teacher. By night, he plays fiddle and keyboards for the country band Buck Cheaper and the Bargain Hunters.


bandmate to co-composer Paul Gilvary, and a student of the mystic arts, William Rush channels musical guides through the ether. A self-described “rhythmic sculptor,” his musical training started with the gift of an AM clock radio and ended with violin lessons at age 8.


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Musical Director/Choreographer) has been the Artistic Director of University of Utah’s Youth Theatre program since 2006. Youth Theatre is a successful year-round performing arts training program for youth ages 4 to 18. Over 650 students train in drama annually and over 3500 elementary school students are bussed to see one of their production at Kingsbury Hall each year. She also directs the Youth Theatre Conservatory program for teens. This group of advanced students have been recognized for their original work in Utah, nationally and internationally. Through her Partners in Education collaboration (Salt Lake City School District and Kingsbury Hall) she has created a unique theatre-arts programs at multiple SLC Schools (Wasatch Elementary, Beacon Heights Elementary and Mountain View Elementary) in which she demonstrates drama strategies in the classroom, presents

WHO’S WHO scaffolded workshops to teachers, and assists in the implementation of drama as a teaching method. As this program has grown, Penelope has presented at numerous arts integration and teacher training workshops throughout Utah and other parts of the country. Because of her unique position at the University of Utah, Penelope also teaches integrated arts courses for pre-service teachers. She is also a Professional Development Partner for the Westminster College Region of the Beverly Taylor Sorenson Arts Learning Program. As a director and choreographer, Penelope has been involved with over forty productions along the Wasatch Front, including work with Rogers Memorial Theatre, Weber State, The Grand Theatre, Plan-B, the Egyptian Theatre, and SLAC.

THOMAS GEORGE (Scenic Design)

is a scenic designer and artist based in Salt Lake City. He currently teaches set design at the University of Utah and works on productions locally and around the world. He holds an MFA from UC San Diego and a BFA from the University of Utah. Recent local credits include SURELY GOODNESS AND MERCY, DIARY OF A WORM A SPIDER, AND A FLY, and CLIMBING WITH TIGERS, at Salt Lake Acting Company, VIRTUE, BASED ON A TRUE STORY, and KINGDOM of HEAVEN at Plan-B Theatre Company, SILENT SKY, MARY AND MYRA, SLEMA ’65, and MOCKINGBIRD for Pygmalion Theatre Company, DOGFIGHT at The University of Utah, and AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE, HØÜSES, and POOR BASTARD for UK based Riot Act Theatre.


Design) is happy to return to SLAC for his ninth season. Previous SLAC

WHO’S WHO productions include DIARY OF A WORM, A SPIDER AND A FLY, CLIMBING WITH TIGERS, STREET LIGHT WOODPECKER, TWO STORIES, RED, THE PERSIAN QUARTER, HOW TO MAKE A ROPE SWING, and A YEAR WITH FROG AND TOAD. Other design credits include productions for Plan-B Theatre, Utah Festival Opera and Musical Theater, Pioneer Theatre Company, Arizona Broadway Theater, Egyptian Theatre Company, LOOK Musical Theatre, Idaho State University, Baylor University, Millikin University and Mobile Opera. Portillo holds an MFA in Lighting Design from Indiana University, and is an Assistant Professor at the College of Charleston. He is a member of the United States Institute for Theatre Technology and United Scenic Artists Local 829.


Design) is an Assistant Professor of Theatre at Westminster College and a freelance costume/set designer working between the Western and Mid-Atlantic regions. Spencer’s design credits include: Shenandoah Conservatory Winchester, Virginia (costume) – THE ROADS TO HOME, DIE FLEDERMAUS. The Lyric Repertory Company Logan, Utah (costumes) THE ODD COUPLE, (set) WAIT UNTIL DARK, SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN, NOISES OFF, AND THEN THERE WERE NONE, TONS OF MONEY, THE WOMAN IN BLACK, and STEEL MAGNOLIAS. Tuacahn Ivins, Utah (costumes) – THE 25TH ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE, ALADDIN (asst.) Cape May Stage Cape May, New Jersey (set): BILLY BISHOP GOES TO WAR, BUYER AND CELLAR, THE WHIPPING MAN, THE SEARCH FOR SIGNS OF INTELLIGENT LIFE, RED HOT PATRIOT, BLITHE SPIRIT, HOW TO MAKE A ROPE SWING.

STEVEN GLENN BROWN (Puppet Design/Construction) is thrilled to be


working with SLAC for a fifth time. His most recent endeavor was as co-creator of the really really great big bear in MERCURY. Previously he co-created the puppets for HAND TO GOD, and designed, constructed the shadow puppets, and was one of the master puppeteers for BLACKBERRY WINTER. Additionally, he was the set designer for ART DOG. Glenn received his MFA from the University of Utah in Theatre, and a BA from Westminster College in Art. When he isn’t creating art, he is designing and building puppets, writing plays, and the Co-Artistic Director of the Theatre of Perpetual Non-Reality. Glenn works for the Granite School District as a BTS Arts Integration Coach. He is also a board member of the Great Salt Lake Fringe Festival.

LINDA L. BROWN (Puppet Design/

Construction) is excited to be working with Salt Lake Acting Company for the fifth time! Her most recent work was as co-puppet designer and fabricator for the enormous bear in Steve Yockey’s, MERCURY. Previously she co-created the puppets for HAND TO GOD, and BLACKBERRY WINTER as-well-as being one of the master puppeteers in the later. Additionally she created the large cat puppet and costumes for ART DOG. She received her MFA in Directing from the University of Utah, and is currently a BTS Arts Integration Coach for the Granite School District. Linda is a board member of the Great Salt Lake Fringe Festival. She enjoys building puppets, designing, managing Brown’s House, which develops books for English Language Learners. Linda, along with her husband Glenn are Co-Artistic Directors for their company, the Theatre of Perpetual Non-Reality, or TOPNR.

JANICE JENSON (Prop Design) has

worked at Salt Lake Acting Company for the past 6 years as stage manager, Company Manager, and Associate


Producer and currently serves as SLAC’s Producing Director. Janice is a proud member of Actor’s Equity Association and has stage managed over twenty shows at SLAC, including the last six SATURDAY’S VOYEUR’s. Previously, Janice has worked at Park City’s Egyptian Theatre, Dark Horse Company Theatre, Plan-B, and Tuacahn Center for the Arts. In 2008 Janice was selected as a USITT Stage Management Mentee, where she stage managed THE HISTORY OF DRAG. Janice is a graduate of BYU in Theatre Arts Studies and recently graduated from Westminster College with her Masters of Community Leadership.



Manager) is tickled pink to return to Salt Lake Acting Company after stage managing last year’s DIARY OF A WORM, A SPIDER, AND A FLY and appearing in SATURDAY’S VOYEUR 2017! He has been the Technical Director and Stage Manager for the Northern Utah cast of Odyssey Dance Theatre’s THRILLER for the last three years. He does a lot of other stuff, too, and you can check out his stuff on facebook@theatrebywill and online at

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WILSON HICKEN (Assistant Director) is a senior in the Musical Theatre Program at the University of Utah. He was most recently featured in STEEL PIER at the U, as well as the JERRY HERMAN LEGACY CONCERT with the Utah Symphony. He just finished music directing an all-female production of JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR this November.

DAVID ANTHONY-KEN DE CAROLIS (Assistant Lighting Design) is happy to be working on his first show at SLAC. He is a Senior at the University of Utah where he is studying lighting design. His past design credits include AS YOU LIKE IT (Studio 115), ARCADIA, DOGFIGHT, and YOU NEVER CAN TELL

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WHO’S WHO (Babcock). David has assisted on PETER AND THE STARCATCHER, IT HAPPENED ONE CHRISTMAS, and THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW at Pioneer Theatre Company. David is the Resident Lighting Designer at SKY SLC. He would like to thank his parents, Emily, and Erin.

JESSICA RUBIN (Assistant Costume

Design) is a senior at Westminster College pursuing her BA in Arts Administration with a focus in theatre. She’s excited to be working as a part of the University Professional Theatre Program. This past summer, she worked as the wardrobe supervisor at The Lyric Repertory Theatre in Logan, Utah. At Westminster College, she has had the opportunity to work backstage as a dresser in addition to costume designing multiple productions.

CYNTHIA FLEMING (Executive Artistic

Director) has been in the world of dance and theatre professionally since she was 18 years old, during which time she performed in the Broadway, National and International companies with A CHORUS LINE. Since 1995 she has worn many hats at SLAC, including Choreographer, Director, Box Office Manager and Director of Audience Services. She developed SLAC’s high quality customer service, which is the foundation for the record breaking number of subscribers. She conceived and created the position of Director of Communication and Audience Development which generated a renewed energy and excitement. In 2010 she became Co-Executive Producer and is honored to be SLAC’s Executive Artistic Director since 2015.

Washington Elementary: SLAC is thrilled to be partnering with

Washington Elementary School. We would like to encourage our audience to bring the following donations to benefit Washington Elementary: jewelry, hair supplies, Legos, superhero/princess items, art supplies, sports equipment, slime, playdough, board games, coloring books, dolls, Barbies, sports team clothing, Minecraft items, remote control vehicles, scooters, bikes, skateboards, gift cards, any new toy.

Intermountain Therapy Animals: SLAC is excited to

be partnering with Intermountain Therapy Animals, an organization that seeks to “enrich the quality of life through the human animal bond.” In addition the organization is dedicated to the improvement of literacy skill in children through the assistance of registered therapy teams as literacy mentors through their R.E.A.D. program.

Weller Book Works: SLAC is grateful for our

partnership with Weller Book Works during THE TRUE STORY OF THE 3 LITTLE PIGS.


WHO’S WHO Cynthia remains a working artist in the theatre and has choreographed many SLAC productions including SATURDAY’S VOYEUR since 1995 and became the director/choreographer of SATURDAY’S VOYEUR in 2010. Cynthia was selected to be one of the directors at the MFA Playwrights’ Workshop at the Kennedy Center and is currently a visiting professor in the Musical Theatre Department at University of Utah. Cynthia was thrilled to serve as the honorary co-chair of The American Cancer Society Gala and is especially proud to serve SLAC and its mission to engage and enrich community through brave contemporary theatre.


Salt Lake Acting Company is celebrating its 47th season, and continuing its mission is to engage and enrich community through brave contemporary theatre. Founded in 1970, SLAC is a notfor-profit 501(c)3 professional theatre dedicated to producing, commissioning, and developing new works and to supporting a community of professional artists. SLAC has been nationally recognized by the Shubert Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Pew Charitable Trusts, and the Edgerton Foundation, among others. SLAC operates under a SPT Actors Equity Association contract and is a Constituent Member of Theatre Communications Group (a national organization for nonprofit professional regional theatres), and the National New Play Network (a national alliance of non-profit professional theatres that champions the development, production, and continued life of new plays). The lighting designer of THE TRUE STORY OF THE 3 LITTLE PIGS is represented by United Scenic Artists Local USA 829 of the IATSE


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by Taylor Mac February 7 – March 11, 2018 Director: Tracy Callahan

Music by Jeanine Tesori Book & lyrics by Lisa Kron Based on the graphic novel by Alison Bechdel Winner of 5 Tony Awards, including Best Musical APRIL 4 – MAY 13 2018 Utah Premiere April 4 – May 13, 2018 Director: Jason Bowcutt Musical Director: David Evanoff Choreographer: Penelope Caywood

Chaos reigns in this gender bending comedy about the most dysfunctional family in America. A dishonorably discharged vet returns home to a mother liberated from an oppressive marriage, a sister on “mones” in the process of transitioning, and a father asleep in a clown costume. And nobody is doing the dishes anymore.

Set in three stages of a woman’s life, FUN HOME tells a universal detective story about a child’s search to discover what is really going on with her parents as they hold up the perfect family façade. Heart-gripping songs about sexual awakening, repressed emotions, deep secrets, yearning, resentment, love. Home.


by ALLEN NEVINS & NANCY BORGENICHT Director/Choreographer: Cynthia Fleming created by


June 27 – September 2, 2018 | Upstairs Theatre WORLD PREMIERE Celebrate VOYEUR’s 40th birthday! 40 years of satirizing the bizarre realities of this place we lovingly call home. SLAC is the only theatre company in the nation that has a play written for us, about us, every year. Pack your picnic and join the party!

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Sponsors, Friends and Supporters Salt Lake Acting Company is a 501(c)3 non-profit professional theatre, and as such depends on the generosity of the following individuals, corporations, and public agencies who make the theatre's work possible and invest in its future. The giving tiers below are for donations received from September 1, 2016 - November 14, 2017. We thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your contribution to and partnership with SLAC! For information about SLAC’s Giving Program, and to correct any information below, please call Olivia Custodio at 801.363.7522 or email $100,000 and above Salt Lake County Zoo, Arts and Parks Program

$50,000-$99,999 The Shubert Foundation, Inc.

$20,000-$49,999 Dr. Dale Smith of Veterinary Orthopedic Services George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation Emma Eccles Jones Foundation The National Endowment for the Arts Salt Lake County Cultural Facilities Program Utah Division of Arts and Museums

$5,000-$19,999 Anderson and Karrenberg Nancy Borgenicht in support of the Tony Larimer Performing Arts Award R. Harold Burton Foundation Henry W. and Leslie M. Eskuché Foundation Richard K. and Shirley S. Hemingway Foundation Marian Jacobsen Jane and Tami Marquardt Maschoff Brennan Allen Nevins from his family Parsons, Behle and Latimer Pacificorp/Rocky Mountain Power Rocky Mountain Power Foundation Stephanie Steele in honor of Don and Colleen Sorensen Sorenson Legacy Foundation Heather Sneddon Sweet Candy Fund for Health and Wellness Wells Fargo Foundation Brian Wilkinson and Mimi Charles

$2,500-$4,999 Anderson and Karrenberg Nancy Borgenicht in support of the Tony Larimer Performing Arts Award R. Harold Burton Foundation


Henry W. and Leslie M. Eskuché Foundation Kevin and Linsey Harkness Richard K. and Shirley S. Hemingway Foundation Jane and Tami Marquardt Maschoff and Brennan Allen Nevins from his family Parsons, Behle and Latimer Pacificorp/Rocky Mountain Power Rocky Mountain Power Foundation Stephanie Steele in honor of Don and Colleen Sorensen Sorenson Legacy Foundation Heather Sneddon Sweet Candy Fund for Health and Wellness Brian Wilkinson and Mimi Charles

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Janet Hough Tina and Larry Howard Jay and Julie Jacobson in memory of Helen Sandack Frode Jensen Julie Jensen Roy and Anne Jespersen Jocelyn Kearl and Lisa Killpack Key Bank Foundation Steven Labrum and Jenney Wilder Beatrice Lufkin and Peter Hansen Howard Mann Marghie Mannos Davis Mullholand Mystery Escape Room Gerry Nichols and Marcia Henderson Zelie and Carl Pforzheimer The PI Foundation, Inc. Joann and Bill Price Tina and Jonathan Ruga Adam Ruth Brad Simons Christl Simons Don and Colleen Sorensen Alice Steiner Leland Swaner U.S. Bank Foundation Utah Humanities

$500-$999 Laura Ault Christina Beckwith and Todd Rushton Steve Brinton Paul Bruno Kate and Bert Bunnell John and Wendy Carver Matthew Classen and Patricia Potter Will and Melissa Connelly Roger and Judith Custodio Dru and Amy Damico Dorothy Foster Mitch Frankel and Cindy Hung John and Ilauna Gurr Becca and Andrew Hall Wendy Hanson Stephanie and Tim Harpst Joy Haynes Richard Hirschi Brett Johnson

Dan McKnight Janice and Aaron Melder Ian and Brystal Olson Robin and Gordon Roberts Carolyn Pedone and John Rose Sonja Penttila and Lewis R. Boynton Pure Water Solutions of America LLC Christine Richman Gary and Joann Rieben Dean Rowell Michael Rubin and Sarah Woolsey Max and Teri Savage- Savage Scaffold and Equipment Aquashantina Scheibe Val and Barbara Singleton Suzanne Stensaas and Richard Kanner Susan Dolan Stevens Harvey and Freida Sweitzer Michelle Trush Gary Whiting Margaret Wirth Deepika de Silva and Jeff Black

$250-$499 Kent and Lauren Andersen Anonymous Sylvie Backman David Baglino Judy and Bruce Bell in memory of Robyn Nelson Rick and Janis Bennion Barbara Bentley and Glenn Prestwich Cal and Laura Boardman Mark Boschert and Maureen Giggey Carolyn Braza Kathleen Cahill Anne Cullimore and Ashby Decker in support of the Theatre Student Artist Series Elizabeth and Alan Evensen Roger G. Faix, MD Marcia Feldkamp and Chuck Norlin Pete Gibbs Roxane Googin Bruce Granath with Magicspace Entertainment

Sponsors, Friends and Supporters Jack and Ginger Horwitz Shannon Huff Jacobs and Paul Jacobs Hilary Jacobs and Daniel Schelling Dawn Jensen Donna and John Kimball Kyle Lamalfa Dave and Sandy Lamb Harla and Ken MacQueen Ann and Alan Miller Michaela Mohr Adrianne and Marty Moore Karen Okabe Kristen Olsen Bill Orchow and Janet Martineau Jeffrey Paris Terry and David Peak Terry Pendley Ken Roach and Cindy Powell Greg Ruther and Michelle Pickering Wallace Ring Brent Rushton Mary Stanley Susan Stevens George Sumner and Tina Hose Sonny and Kathy Tangaro Utah Brewers Cooperative Vicki Venne Henry Whiteside and Karol Kumpfer Dan and Teri Whittenburg Laurie Anne Williams Marjorie Young Tod and Mary Young William Zwiebel

$100-$249 Darian Abegglen Ron Alexander Steven and Beverly Allnatt Kenneth and Julia Ament Alan Anderson James and Carol Anderson Anonymous Scott Argeris Lois and Stephen Baar Lori Ball Vahe Bandarian Ken Barfield Larry Barusch Arleen Bedingfield Tracie Belt Blaire Bennion and Evan Benott Ann Bernstein Linda Thorn Bevins in honor of Iraida Santaella and Capt. Benjamin Franklin Thorn USNR Dave Bigelow and Suzanne Marychild Leona Blackbird

Janis Boettinger Alison Bond Dennis and Connie Borup Kathleen Bratcher Mark Brewer Ann and Paul Bernstein Lon and Constance Castleton Rebecca Chavez-Houck Rebecca Christman Carol and David Cise Marybeth Clark William and Violet Corkle Sid and Josephine Cowand Marty Custen Bonnie and Bill Daniloff Kathy Davis Denis Deck and Sandra Jones Jeanne DePaulis Lidia Dilello and Derick Loyola Cliff and Sharon Dutcher Debra and Mark Elstad in memory of Tony Larimer Joree Felker Valerie Fisher Cynthia Fleming Steve and Marin Fogg Jan and Stan Foutz Susan and Chuck Furca Ray and Harriett Gesteland Thomas Godfrey Barry and Debbie Gomberg Terence Goodman Naanue Gowan Martin and Glynis Gregory Dave Gribbin Paula and Carlos Guerra Ken Hartner and Michele Taylor Amy Haselhorst and Richard Irons Luckey Heath Janelle Heck Brian Hin Matt and Wendy HobsonRohrer Robert Hoffman Karen Hyde Maxine Johnson Taylor Jones Richard Justice Laura and Carol Kaim Traci Kalian Robert and Linda Keiter Karen and Steven Kelley Jeanne L. and Grant S. Kesler David Kliger and Phyllis Mandel Lynne Kraus Loren M. Kroenke Kroger Richard and Connie Larrabee Lynne and Charles Lawler Debbie and Brad Layman Katherine Liddle Henry Lieberman


Gary and Sandra Lindstrom Terry and Wendee Long Jenny Lowe Kathleen Lukken and Mike Vaughan Edward and Heidi Makowski Norma W. Matheson Noemi and Daniel Mattis Kathleen McDermott Dudley McIlhenny Jeff and Alana Metcalf Rose Ann Milano and Joe Dayney Janet Miller Melinda Mitchell Ken Morgan and Nancy Douglas Preston and Sandra Motes Dorothy Mullins Jed and Amy Naisbitt Terri O’Toole Ann Olsen Stephanie Pappas Nancy Parker William and Mary Ann Payne Christy and James Pickens Chad and Carrie Rau Blake Reese Chuck Richardson Shannon Robert John Robbins Hal and Kathleen Robins Ira Rubinfeld and Willamarie Huelskamp Sandy and Wilf Rudert Charles Saltzman and Ingrid Nygaard Arnold Sanchez Heather and Neil Sarin Mark Schneider Pamela Schroeder Tina Seferos Jill and Richard Sheinberg Oren Shepherd Janet Silotti Jill Smith Sandie and Colby Snook Colleen Sorensen Kim and Mark Spragg Frank and Vickie Steffey Scott Stites Jim Struve and Jeff Bell Douglas Tate Herta Teitelbaum Douglas Tilton Wanda Updike Charlie and Eve Vincent Amy Wadsworth and David Richardson Mary Ware Elaine Weis Becky Whipple Nicky and Alex Wight Jackie Winter Carol Withrow Family Trust Carl Wolfram

Lisa Woodbury Jody Wong Holly and Paul Yakunich Patrick Zwick

$50 to $99 Hans Albertson and Roberta Melis Judith Amsel Kyla Asmar Barbara Bannon John and Joyce Barnes Mary Barnes Jane Elizabeth Bell Donald and Cynthia Benson Gary and Paulette Birdsall Ronald Bollinger Steve Boulay Mary and Tony Caputo Dick Carlson Craig Cheney and Frencie Barber Liz Cole Terry Cononelos Dennis M. Cook Kathy Crismon Kellee Curfew Cassia Dippo Deanna Donaldson Robin Wilks Dunn Edna Elkins in memory of Bryan Eldredge and for professional children’s theatre Rick and Lynne Elliott Lynda Faldmo and Duane Gillman Ted and Susan Fall Alan and Lynda Fletcher in honor of Bryan Eldredge Douglas and Janice Frost Kim Frost Anita Gander Lynda Geddes Claudia and Scott Gerard Sheryl Gillilan Kelly and Mitch Goff Pam Hashimoto Karen Hill Sheryl and Robert Ivey Evelyn Jimerson Christine Jones and Muriel Schmid Safia and Lester Keller Gene Klatt Thomas Kursar Lynette Layman Bob Leibowitz Sylvia Lell John Mackey Harla and Ken MacQueen Jessie Marker Bill and Jean Martin Harriet Mazer Karen McArthur and Bernard Grosser


Sponsors, Friends and Supporters James McNeel Elliott and Kathy Merrill Peter and Nicole Mouskondis Gary and Lynda Oderda Virginia and Stanley Oleszek Robert and Marilynn Paine Anne Elizabeth Palmer John M. Parrish April and Michael Pheysey Lisa and Mike Rasmussen Dick and Jean Raybould Erika Rebentisch Christine Rice Lynn Rohland Maire Rosol Robert Rudd and Pam Phillips William Sartain and Shannon McCann Peggy J Saunders Fred Schwab Susan Sheppard Terrell Smith Mary Thirkill Steve Toner Rex Underwood United Way of Salt Lake Roger Vanandel

Doug Vilven Kevin Werner and Christian Dimaano Jenny Wilson Hugh Zumbro

$49 and under Stephanie Babalis Erika Ahlin Karen and David Anson in Honor of Karen Nielsen-Anson’s 30 years of contributions to live theatre in Utah and the McGillis School Orly Ardon Alexis Baigue P.R. Banks Walter Beam Jan Beggs Susan Boevers Roger and Cindy Bon Brad Boren Casey Bowthorpe Nikki Boyer Sam Brings Tony Campisi Tina Cerling

Dr. Anna Day Aida Detry Susan Dillon Marilyn Domenick Elizabeth Drinkaus Lori Dunn Jennifer Eshelman Paula Espinoza Stefan Espinosa John Fischer Anthony Fleming Allene and Robert Fowler Paula Fowler Irene Fryer Bill and Virgina Gowski Sara Green Andra Harbold Kim and Eric Irvine Jerry and Carol Jenson Tom Jensen Natalie Keezer Marlene Kirkpatrick Susan Krusell Kristen Langelier Billie Gay Larson Ben and Katie Lieberman Ingie Lignell Tito Livas

Eb Madson Nancy Mesner Toni Montrone Jed and Lana Musgrave Dr. Maria Nemethy Shelley Page Tyler Palo Carolyn Person Caroline Pinney Diana Ragsdale Becky Sue Roberts Joanne Sayre and Michele Backes Ingrid Schmidt Maureen Shields Sarah Shippobotham Jennie Nicholls-Smith Len Smith Emilie Starr Cassandra Stokes-Wylie Ann and Terry St. Peter Kathleen Tschishow Marjorie Tucker Gail Wix Betty Yanowitz

SPECIAL THANKS Salt Lake Acting Company would like to thank the following for their support:

Pioneer Theatre Company George Maxwell Abby Monk Especially for You! Salt Lake Roasting Company We Olive


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. During THE TRUE STORY OF THE 3 LITTLE PIGS, we would like to welcome Jessica Rubin, Wilson Hicken, David Anthony-Ken De Carolis and Aaron Hoenig as a part of the University Professional Theatre Program. “I want to work alongside another costume designer who has more professional experience to help enhance my knowledge of the design process. I hope to learn other professionals’ different techniques and processes of designing a show. This program will really help me practice working alongside others collaborating ideas.” – Jessica Rubin | Assistant Costume Designer | Westminster College

“I hope to come out of this experience being able to have used a wide variety of skills that I have been developing. I hope that this experience pushes me to be able to stretch the boundaries of where I feel comfortable practicing within. I feel that having an experience working with professionals can help illuminate aspects of this field that cannot be experienced within a college setting.” – Wilson Hicken | Assistant Director | University of Utah

“I hope to learn how to work in a professional setting, how to interact with other designers/actors in a professional setting, as well as gain the experience of lighting in a new space.” – David Anthony-Ken De Carolis | Assistant Lighting Designer | University of Utah

I definitely hope to meet more people who work in the field who can give me advice and more opportunities. I also hope to get a lot of experience mixing a show in the professional setting rather than an academic one. I’m also hoping to learn more about different sound systems and how the size of the theatre affects the mix. – Aaron Hoenig | Sound Operator | University of Utah

Sponsors: Anderson & Karrenberg, Terence K. Stephens Charitable Fund, John and Marcia Price Family Foundation, B.W. Bastian Foundation, Maschoff Brennan

Salt Lake Acting Company 2017/2018 Cynthia Fleming

Executive Artistic Director

Janice Jenson

Producing Director

Shannon Musgrave

Associate Artistic Director

Olivia Custodio

Director of Development

Nick Fleming

Business Manager

Natalie Keezer

John Downing

Accountant/Human Resources

Executive Assistant

Emilie Starr, Merry Magee, Adriana Lemke Marketing & Audience Development

Beret Brems, Kelsey Jensen, McCall Kirby, Savannah Moffat, Mary-Helen Pitman, Topher Rasmussen, PJ Volk, Kallie Erickson, Hayden Warzek, Devin Barney, Connor Johnson, Mckenzie Barkdull House Managers & Front of House Staf f

Erik Reichert

Maxwell Seltenrich

William Peterson

Construction Supervisor

Master Electrician & Light Board Operator

Aaron Hoenig

Sound System Engineer

Sound Operator

Megan Branson, Lilly Smith, Zoe Fetters, Lucy LeBohec, Haley Nowicki Scenic Artists

Quimby Roundy, Heidi Frank Jacob Hunt, Wardrobe Mike Abu Mistell Magnuson Carpenters Rob Marker, Trever Wilson


David Evanoff, J. T. Rogers, Matthew Sincell Artistic Associates

Allen Nevins & Nancy Borgenicht Artists in Residence

Kathleen Cahill & Julie Jensen Playwrights in Residence

Michael Yount Cover Design

Mills Publishing, Inc., Jackie Medina Graphic Design

David Daniels, dav.d photography Photographer

Dr. Osman Sanyer House Physician


Board of Trustees 2017/2018 Executive Committee:

Brian Wilkinson President Wilkinson Ferrari & Co

Kimberly Neville Vice President Dorsey & Whitney, LLP

Teri Whittenburg Treasurer/Secretary Whittenburg Wealth Partners

Marian Jacobsen Past President Byron Barkley Board Member at Large Wilson Davis & Co.

Stephanie Steele Board Member at Large Meet Me on 33rd

Ken Barfield DFG/Scott Sports

Jerome F. Bennett

Colette Herrick Insight Shift

Joann Price

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Bruce Granath

Shannon Roberts

Brett Johnson

Angela Romero

Lisa Killpack

George Severson

Kyle Mantas

Terence K. Stephens

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Sorenson Unity Center ABC 4 / CW 30

ART 270 Gallery

Barbara Tharp

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For the eighth year running, we welcome students of all ages from the Visual Art Institute in Salt Lake City to exhibit in the Green Room Gallery during our children’s production — inspired by the school’s efforts to plant the seed of creative curiosity early in life.

Established in 1978, VAI encourages students to integrate their creativity into every aspect of their thinking, education and life, and provides exceptional visual art programs to elementary through high school students, including year-round classes and an intensive figurative workshop in the summer. VAI provides high-quality instruction and classes in a wide range of media focusing on essential applied skills, working largely from life, as well as conceptual thinking. Many VAI students go on to earn local, state, and national awards as well as entrance and scholarships to top universities and art schools throughout the country. You’ll find literature about the Visual Art Institute in the Gallery. Please stop in to enjoy the exhibition.



For Our Audience

Your presence at Salt Lake Acting Company is met with sincere gratitude. You make everything possible.


For tickets call the SLAC Box Office at 801-363-7522 or visit us online at Box office hours are Monday to Friday 9am to 6pm, with extended hours during run of show.

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Group Sales:

Discounts are available to groups of 10 or more. Call 801-363-7522 to discuss seating availability or Green Room reservations for your party. We’d love to take care of you and your friends.

Emergency Exits:

Please identify the exit closest to your seat in case of emergency.

Late Patrons:

Late patrons will be seated by the House Manager during the first appropriate break.

Wheelchair Accessibility:

The Upstairs Theatre is not wheelchair accessible, please call for further details. An ADA approved restroom is available in the lobby. The use of film, video or audio recording equipment in the theatre during a performance is expressly prohibited. Please turn off all cell phones.

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