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TABLE OF CONTENTS Welcome...............................................................................................................................................................6 form of a girl unknown.......................................................................................................................................7 Acknowledgments ............................................................................................................................................. 8 Corporate Sponsors...........................................................................................................................................10 Cast of Characters ............................................................................................................................................. 13 Director Notes ....................................................................................................................................................14 Mini Season.........................................................................................................................................................16 Who’s Who..........................................................................................................................................................18 Coming Next: Pete the Cat...............................................................................................................................26 University Professional Theatre Program .................................................................................................... 27 Sponsors, Friends, and Supporters ...............................................................................................................28 Title I Arts Education Program......................................................................................................................... 31 Salt Lake Acting Company Staff..................................................................................................................... 32 Board of Trustees.............................................................................................................................................. 33 For Our Audience............................................................................................................................................... 35 Green Room Gallery.........................................................................................................................................36

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WELCOME Welcome to the world premiere of FORM OF A GIRL UNKNOWN by Charly Evon Simpson. This new work from one of the country’s most exciting emerging voices was the recipient of the 2018 David Fetzer Foundation for Emerging Artists Award, having been selected over 35 script submissions from around the country. Subsequently, FORM OF A GIRL UNKNOWN was further developed in a week-long workshop at SLAC under the guidance and support of a team of professional artists. The enthusiastic audience response after the staged reading inspired hopeful anticipation for a SLAC production. We’re so pleased that this has become a reality. The Davey Foundation was created by Betsy Ross to honor the life of her son, David Ross Fetzer, and his passion as a theatre artist and filmmaker. The Foundation made grants available to artists aged 35 or younger for the development of innovative film and theatre projects. We’re very proud to have been partners with The Davey Foundation since 2015, and because of this partnership, plays such as THE FERMI PARADOX by Katherine Vondy, SYNCHRONICITY by Brynne Frauenhoffer, and A LAND OF NO MERCY by Rae Binstock each received caring support, creative guidance, and a staged reading. I want to express my gratitude to Betsy and The Davey Foundation. Our working together helped SLAC reach a higher level in play development. On a personal note, it’s an honor to know Betsy and to witness her love, strength, resilience, and humor. Thank you for being here at the forefront of SLAC’s contribution to the development of new American plays and to nurturing voices and stories that need to be heard. It’s an honor to do our part in bringing them to you. Cynthia Executive Artistic Director

Betsy Ross and David Ross Fetzer

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Presents

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Charly Evon Simpson Director

Melissa Crespo Set Design Shoko Kambara**

Costume Design

Light Design

Alicia Washington

Sound Design/Composer

Jessica Greenberg

Props Design

Jennifer Jackson

Justin Ivie*

Puppet Design/Construction

Linda L. Brown & Steven Glenn Brown Assistant Set Design

Erik Reichert

Fight Director

Adriana Lemke

Production Stage Manager

Jennie Sant*

University Professional Theatre Program

Assistant Director

Assistant Light Design

Assistant Sound Design

Assistant Stage Manager

Kimi Brown

Dani Lincoln

Tiffany Campbell Taylor Wallace

October 16 – November 17, 2019 Developed with support from the David Ross Fetzer Foundation for Emerging Artists FORM OF A GIRL UNKNOWN was written with support from SPACE on Ryder Farm. Developed in The Lark’s Playwright’s Week, New York City * Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States ** The set designer of FORM OF A GIRL UNKNOWN is represented by United Scenic Artists Local USA 829 of the IATSE The Director is a Member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society, a national theatrical labor union.


acknowledgments

2019/2020

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.

FOUNDATION AND GOVERNMENT SUPPORT SALT LAKE COUNTY ZOO, ARTS & PARKS (ZAP) THE SHUBERT FOUNDATION NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS UTAH DIVISION OF ARTS & MUSEUMS EMMA ECCLES JONES FOUNDATION GEORGE S. & DOLORES DORÉ ECCLES FOUNDATION TERENCE KEARNS STEPHENS CHARITABLE FUND ANONYMOUS B.W. BASTIAN FOUNDATION JOHN & MARCIA PRICE FAMILY FOUNDATION SALT LAKE CITY ARTS COUNCIL MARRINER S. ECCLES FOUNDATION NATIONAL NEW PLAY NETWORK MCCARTHEY FAMILY FOUNDATION LAWRENCE T. & JANET T. DEE FOUNDATION JARVIS & CONSTANCE DOCTOROW FAMILY FOUNDATION THE RICHARD K. & SHIRLEY S. HEMINGWAY FOUNDATION U.S. BANK FOUNDATION S.J. & JESSIE E. QUINNEY FOUNDATION HENRY W. & LESLIE M. ESKUCHE FOUNDATION HERBERT I. & ELSA B. MICHAEL FOUNDATION WELLS FARGO FOUNDATION UTAH HUMANITIES ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER FOUNDATION DORSEY & WHITNEY FOUNDATION form of a girl unknown

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acknowledgments

2019/2020

Salt Lake Acting Company sincerely thanks the following Corporate Partners who make the 2019/2020 Season possible:

CORPORATE SUPPORT 1WIRE ALBION FINANCIAL GROUP AMAZON SMILE ANDERSON & KARRENBERG ESPECIALLY FOR YOU FIVE WIVES VODKA HENRIES DRY CLEANING HOLLAND & HART LLP LAZIZ KITCHEN LUX CATERING MASCHOFF BRENNAN MAZZA MILLS PUBLISHING, INC NJRA ARCHITECTS RED ROCK BREWING COMPANY SALT LAKE ROASTING COMPANY SMITH’S FOOD & DRUG STORES STORAGECRAFT TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION VETERINARY ORTHOPEDIC SERVICES

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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BRITTANY RUNS A MARATHON Starring Jillian Bell

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Cast of Characters AMALI.........................................................Amanda Morris* CHARISE..........................................................Aalliyah Ann* FINN............................................................... Bradley Hatch MA............................................................Latoya Cameron* MARINA.............................................................. Daisy Allred DR G/POLICEWOMAN............................... Susanna Florence* * Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States

PLACE: A town with woods on the edge. TIME: Now (kinda). The beginning of the school year.

FORM OF A GIRL UNKNOWN set in progress. MILLS PUBLISHING, INC. Dan Miller, President; Cynthia Bell Snow, Office Administrator; Jackie Medina, Art Director; Ken Magleby, Katie Steckler, Patrick Witmer, Graphic Design; Paula Bell, Dan Miller, Paul Nicholas, Chad Saunders, Advertising Representatives; Caleb Deane, Administrative Assistant The Salt Lake Acting Company playbill is published by Mills Publishing, Inc.,772 East 3300 South, Suite 200, Salt Lake City, Utah 84106 Phone: 801.467.8833 Email: advertising@millspub.com Website: millspub.com Mills Publishing produces playbills for many performing arts groups. Advertisers do not necessarily agree or disagree with content or views expressed on stage. Please contact us for playbill advertising opportunities. Copyright 2019.

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DIRECTOR’S NOTE If there is one thing all twelve year olds have in common, it’s this: Being twelve is not easy. The transition from childhood to adulthood is fraught with constant physical and emotional change. Charly’s play FORM OF A GIRL UNKNOWN invites us to remember what it was to be twelve years old, and all the confusion that comes along with it. For most, it’s when we decide who we are, what we want and how we are evolving in the world. I know I’m biased, but our adolescent protagonist Amali is one of the greatest characters ever written. She is unapologetically curious and open to everything around her. She is also desperate to know everything. And I do mean everything. She’s so hungry for answers that when she can’t find them, she feels lost. I often call Amali a detective or scientist, deciphering clues and conducting experiments in the laboratory of her world. But knowledge has limits, and that’s one of the lessons of this play. How do we find peace in the unknown? And in that space of mystery, what other ways can we fill the gap? With love and lots of imagination. This is the kind of play I wish I had when I was Amali’s age. The journey of exploring the unknown has brought a freedom of expression I didn’t know was possible in the American Theater. So, welcome friends. I hope you enjoy the ride as much as I have.

Melissa Crespo

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COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP SLAC is proud to partner with Volunteers of America, Utah’s Youth Resource Center. During the run of FORM OF A GIRL UNKNOWN, we are collecting feminine hygiene product donations for at risk and homeless young women at the Center.

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A DOLL’S HOUSE, PART 2 by Lucas Hnath Director: Nancy Borgenicht

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Nora Helmer leaving her husband at the end of Ibsen’s 1879 masterpiece was the “door slam heard ‘round the world.” Fifteen years later and there’s a knock at that same door. Nora’s back. But why? And where has she been? Lucas Hnath’s scintillating answer to Ibsen’s classic was nominated for 8 Tony Awards and now it’s coming to SLAC.

HOW TO TRANSCEND A HAPPY MARRIAGE by Sarah Ruhl Director: Adrianne Moore

April 8-May 10, 2020 utah premiere A dinner party gone wild. Two married couples invite a mysterious woman (who hunts her own meat) along with her two lovers to a New Year’s Eve party. From the adventurous and provocative Sarah Ruhl comes a comedy that pushes the boundaries of marriage and the limits of friendship.

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WHO’S WHO DAISY ALLRED (Marina)

has loved performing all of her life and is grateful for any opportunity to be on stage. She is especially grateful to be returning to the SLAC stage. Her most recent credits include SATURDAY’S VOYEUR here at SLAC and Emmie in CAROLINE OR CHANGE at Good Company Theatre. She would like to thank her family, for supporting her through every show and her fiancé Aaron for following her on this crazy theatre adventure.

AALLIYAH ANN*

(Charise) is so thrilled to be working with SLAC in FORM OF A GIRL UNKNOWN. Having just finished the summer run of SATURDAY’S VOYEUR, Aalliyah doesn’t stop! Having graduated this past spring from Weber State University, having studied Musical Theater. Aalliyah has been in a variety of shows, some such as: SMOKEY JOE’S CAFÉ, 6 CHARACTER’S IN SEARCH OF AN AUTHOR, MAKE ME A SONG. Good Company Theatre’s: IN THE HIEGHTS, Heritage Theatre’s: BIG RIVER, and The Grand Theatre’s: FIRST DATE. Additional credits include principal singer in Lagoon’s JUNGLE RHYTHM, FRIGHTMARES: INTO THE DARK, and SMOKE & MIRRORS. Aalliyah plans on taking her talents and skills out to L.A.

LATOYA CAMERON*

(Ma) is thrilled to be back at SLAC after appearing in THE CAKE last season. You might have also seen her in STUPID F***ING BIRD, R+J: STAR CROSS’D DEATH MATCH, and SATURDAYS VOYEUR 2014. Regional: A CHRISTMAS CAROL (20162018) Denver Center of the Performing

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Arts. 2008, 2016, and 2017 seasons at the Utah Shakespeare Festival. Also locally seen at Plan-B Theatre Company (look for her in SINGING TO THE BRINE SHRIMP in 2020), Pioneer Theatre Company, Wasatch Theatre Company to name a few! Love to my Kismet, my family, and close friends.

SUSANNA FLORENCE*

(Dr. G/Policewoman) happily makes her SLAC debut with this beautiful play. Locally, she has appeared in many shows at Pioneer Theatre Company including SWEAT, OSLO, TWELFTH NIGHT, KING CHARLES III, FIDDLER ON THE ROOF, and ONE MAN, TWO GUVNORS. Susanna loves working on new plays. She was fortunate to work on the NPSS workshop of FORM OF A GIRL UNKNOWN here at SLAC. She has also participated in several Play-by-Play readings, including SPECULATOR SPIRITS, THE ENVELOPE, A MARCH TALE, HONOR KILLING, and i; at Pioneer Theatre Company. Other Utah credits include KINGS’ MEN with The Sting & Honey Company, THE WEIRD PLAY, PILOT PROGRAM, and KINGDOM OF HEAVEN with Plan-B Theatre Company, and AS YOU LIKE IT, SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE, ROMEO AND JULIET, MARY POPPINS, and MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING at the Utah Shakespeare Festival. She holds an MFA from the National Theater Conservatory. Special thanks to GK, for manning bedtime for a stretch. And to my four not-so-little ones for putting up with my absence.

BRADLEY HATCH

(Finn) is overjoyed to be back at SLAC! Bradley has returned to theatre after a close to 10-year hiatus a few years ago and hasn’t looked back. You may have seen him in productions around the valley Including the 41st production

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WHO’S WHO of SATURDAY’S VOYEUR, as Kevin in IN THE HEIGHTS and in the YOU BET YOUR BLACK ASS BROADWAY Cabaret with the Good Company Theatre and as Citizen Chauvelin in SCARLET PIMPERNEL at the Hopebox Theatre. Other Credits include Mr. Applegate in DAMN YANKEES also with the Hopebox Theatre, Tommy Albright in BRIGADOON with the Draper Arts Council, and multiple production credits across the valley. insta: @broadhache

AMANDA MORRIS*

(Amali) was born and raised in Spanish Town, Jamaica and moved to Queens, New York in 2008. A May 2019 graduate of Howard University’s B.F.A Acting program; she has performed at venues such as La Mama Experimental Theatre and the Kennedy Center to name a few. She was last seen performing with the Lyric Repertory Company where she played Beneatha Younger in A RAISIN IN THE SUN. Amanda can also be seen starring in the film April Again which is now streaming on Amazon Prime. A published playwright, she believes it is imperative that we tell our stories with integrity and love and not sit back and wait on someone else to do so for us. Amanda likes to remind herself everyday that ”One, one cocoa full basket.” an old Jamaican saying which means success does not come overnight. @NalaSoul amandamorrisactor.com

CHARLY EVON SIMPSON (Playwright)

Charly Evon Simpson’s plays include BEHIND THE SHEET, JUMP, FORM OF A GIRL UNKNOWN, IT’S NOT A TRIP IT’S A JOURNEY, and more. Her work has been seen and/or developed with Ensemble Studio Theatre, The Lark, P73, The Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, PlayMakers Repertory Company, Chautauqua Theater Company, Salt Lake Acting Company,

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WHO’S WHO and others. She is a recipient of the Lanford Wilson Award and was nominated for the John Gassner Award. She has received commissions from the EST/ Sloan Project, MTC/Sloan, The Movement/ NYU and The Flea. Charly is currently a member of WP Theater’s 2018-2020 Lab and The New Georges Jam. She’s a former member of SPACE on Ryder Farm’s The Working Farm, Clubbed Thumb’s Early Career Writers’ Group, Ensemble Studio Theatre’s Youngblood, and Pipeline Theatre Company’s PlayLab. She received her BA from Brown University, a master’s in Women’s Studies from University of Oxford, New College, and her MFA in Playwriting from Hunter College. www.charlyevonsimpson.com

MELISSA CRESPO (Director) is a NYC

(Drama League), Van Lier Directing Fellow (Second Stage Theatre), and the Allen Lee Hughes Directing Fellow (Arena Stage). She received her MFA in Directing from The New School for Drama. www.melissacrespo.com

SHOKO KAMBARA** (Set Design)

based director most known for directing new plays, musicals and opera. Her production of NATIVE GARDENS by Karen Zacarías was recently co-produced at Syracuse Stage, Geva Theatre Center and Portland Center Stage. She directed the world premieres of WICKEDEST WOMAN by Jessica Bashline (Strange Sun Theatre), GRAVEYARD SHIFT by Korde Arrington Tuttle (San Francisco Playhouse), BROTHER TOAD by Nathan Louis Jackson (Kansas City Repertory Theatre) and ¡FIGARO! (90210) by Vid Guerrerio (LA Opera & The Duke on 42nd Street). Melissa also co-wrote EGRESS with Sarah Saltwick which was just produced in the New Ground Theater Festival at Cleveland Play House. Internationally, she directed STUPID FUCKING BIRD at NSKI in Norway and TAR BABY by Desiree Burch and Dan Kitrosser in NYC, Edinburgh, London, Finland and New Zealand. Upcoming: THE LAST DAYS OF JUDAS ISCARIOT (New School for Drama) and PROMENADE (NYU Tisch). Fellowships & Residencies: Time Warner Fellow (WP Theatre), Usual Suspect (NYTW), The Director’s Project

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Plays: NATIVE GARDENS (Syracuse Stage, Geva Theatre, Portland Stage), A CHRISTMAS CAROL (Hangar Theatre), DEGAGE (Hangar Theatre), ANIMALS OUT OF PAPER (Hudson Stage Company), THE TURN OF THE SCREW (Syracuse Stage), SHINING CITY (Nevada Conservatory Theatre, Las Vegas). Musicals: LITTLE GIRL BLUE (World Premiere, George Street Playhouse), NEXT TO NORMAL (Syracuse Stage), THE BOMBITTY OF ERRORS (Syracuse Stage), HOLIDAY INN (Fingerlakes Musical Theatre Festival), ALWAYS...PATSY CLINE (FLMTF), GUYS AND DOLLS (FLMTF), CHICAGO (Hangar Theatre), INTO THE WOODS (Hangar Theatre), THE LITTLE MERMAID (Arkansas Repertory Theatre), NICE WORK IF YOU CAN GET IT (National Tour, Worklight Productions). Opera: THE PRINCE OF PLAYERS (World Premiere, Houston Grand Opera), THE BARBER OF SEVILLE (Opera Philadelphia, Opera Theatre of St. Louis - St Louis Theater Circle Award for Outstanding Set Design, Opera Omaha, Virginia Opera, Lyric Opera of Kansas City), Don Pasquale (Juilliard School). www.shokokambara.com

ALICIA WASHINGTON (Costume

Design) is ecstatic to return to SLAC. She is beyond blessed to be surrounded by a community that embraces the arts. Alicia along with her sister, Camille, opened Good Company Theatre in 2012. GCT is

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WHO’S WHO now in its seventh year of operation, bringing live theatre to Downtown Ogden. She received a Musical Theatre Degree from Weber State University, along with training from SITI Company and The Second City. Previous costume design credits include: RIPPED (Good Company Theatre), GLORIA (Good Company Theatre), and CAROLINE, OR CHANGE (Good Company Theatre). Alicia is humbled to have the most supportive friends and family who continually encourage her to pursue her dreams. “From Aunt Eller to the Piazza” - My Mom

JESSICA GREENBERG (Light Design)

YEARS, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, HENRY IV, PART I (Salt Lake Shakespeare); ION (Westminster College) and THE ORPHAN (Children of an Idle Brain Theatre Company - of which she is a founding member). Her sound installations have been exhibited at the Yale University Art Gallery and the University of Utah. Jennifer holds an MFA from Yale School of Drama and is on the faculty of the University of Utah Department of Theatre where her credits include LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOST, THE TWO NOBLE KINSMEN, GOOD KIDS, and SCHOOL FOR LIES. jenjacksonsound.com

Jessica’s work as a lighting and sound designer has taken her to many venues around the country, with diverse projects in theatre, dance, and opera. Previous SLAC productions include MR. PERFECT, STUPID F*ING BIRD, BULL SHARK ATTACK, SURELY GOODNESS AND MERCY, and THE CAKE. New York designs include productions with La Mama Experimental Theatre Club, The Adjusted Realists, ART New York, 59E59, Red Fern Theatre, Castillo Theatre, and Epic Theatre Ensemble Education Programs. Locally she frequently works with SB Dance Company. Jessica serves as Associate Professor of Theatre Design at Weber State University in Ogden, UT and is a member of USA 829. She is a recipient of the Design Arts Utah Juror’s Award and the WSU Outstanding Mentor Award. www.jessicagreenberg.com

LINDA L. BROWN & STEVEN GLENN BROWN (Puppet Design/Construction)

JENNIFER JACKSON (Composer/Sound

JUSTIN IVIE (Props Design/Producing

Designer) is excited to return for another season with SLAC. Previous design and/ or original music credits include ROMEO AND JULIET (Yale Repertory Theatre); SILENT DANCER, THE WOLVES, HIR, HAND TO GOD, HARBUR GATE, BULL SHARK ATTACK, STREETLIGHT WOODPECKER, BLACKBERRY WINTER, TWO STORIES (Salt Lake Acting Company); TWELFTH NIGHT, THE LAST FIVE

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are both thrilled to working again at SLAC again. They were the co-creators of the really really great big bear in SLAC’s production of Steven Yockey’s, MERCURY. As-well-as puppets for HAND TO GOD, ART DOG, and BLACKBERRY WINTER. Additionally, they have created puppets for Westminster College’s annual Greek Show HERACLES, and most recently created puppets for Youth Theatre at the University of Utah’s production of ALICE, presented in conjunction with Kingsbury Presents at Kingsbury Hall. Both Glenn and Linda hold an MFAs in Theatre from the University of Utah. Glenn is also an instructional coach for the Granite School District for BTS Fine Arts elementary teachers. Linda is a BTS Arts Integration Coach for the Granite District as well. Director) came to SLAC as an actor in SATURDAY’S VOYEUR 2004. He’s since appeared in numerous SLAC shows including eleven VOYEURS (between 2004 and 2019), TOO MUCH MEMORY (2010), and STUPID FUCKING BIRD (2016). He’s also Stage Managed for seven SLAC shows and directed 2019’s THE CAKE. Justin has performed professionally for

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WHO’S WHO three decades and is a proud member of Actors’ Equity since 1998. He’s appeared in over a hundred productions nationally. Utah audiences have seen him in dozens of shows at Pioneer Theatre Company, Egyptian Theatre Company, Utah Musical Theatre, Lyric Repertory Theatre, and many others. He’s worn just about every hat in the business, working as a designer, manager, technician, builder, writer and director in countless shows. Since 2006, Justin’s been the Managing Director of Walk-Ons, Inc. a Salt Lake company with a mission to bring lowcost theater to under-served audiences. Through their Senior Theatre Project, Walk-Ons has toured to over fifty Utah community centers and retirement facilities with a shifting line-up of original short plays by, for and about seniors.

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An alumnus of Weber State University in Musical Theater, Justin earned his MFA in Acting at Northern Illinois University and completed an internship at Dublin’s Gaiety School.

ERIK REICHERT (Assistant Set

Design) Erik is honored to be selected

as the assistant set designer for SLACs production of FORM OF A GIRL UNKNOWN. He has previously set designed for STAG’S LEAP, THE WOLVES, and THE DANCE AND THE RAILROAD. He currently works as the Construction Supervisor at SLAC. Erik would like to thank Janice Jenson for her mentoring and support of his endeavor to become a better theater artist, as well as Cynthia Fleming and Nancy Borgenicht who have been a constant inspiration.

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WHO’S WHO ADRIANA LEMKE (Fight Director) is happy to fight direct another show at Salt Lake Acting Company. Previous SLAC credits include THE WOLVES, HIR, and SURELY GOODNESS AND MERCY. Other fight direction credits include ION with The Classical Greek Theatre Festival, TWELFTH NIGHT with Salt Lake Shakespeare, JULIUS CAESAR with the University of Utah, HAMLET with Sun Valley Shakespeare Festival, and PICNIC with The Grand Theatre. As assistant fight director to Chris DuVal she worked on Utah Shakespeare Festival’s 2015 season and Pioneer Theatre Company’s THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO and THE LAST SHIP. JENNIE SANT* (Production Stage

Manager) Previous shows at SLAC include SATURDAYS VOUYER 2018 & 2019, THE CAKE, PINKALICIOUS, HIR, SURELY GOODNESS AND MERCY, REYKJAVIK (reading), PLAYWRIGHTS LAB 2016 & 2017, HARBUR GATE, BULLSHARK ATTACK, STUPID F***ING BIRD, TWO STORIES, BLACKBERRY WINTER, I’LL EAT YOU LAST: A CHAT WITH SUE MENGERS, VENUS IN FUR, MANNING UP, PERSIAN QUARTER and, ANGELES IN AMERICA I & II. Other credits include, Golden Spike 150, GOLD MOUNTAIN Odyssey dance company THRILLER, The Petite Palace WONDERLAND and PRINCESS WENDY, COPA Theatre, ANNIE, Pioneer Theatre Company, NEXT TO NORMAL, LES MISERABLES, THE PRODUCERS, PAINT YOUR WAGON, DOUBT, A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM, THE FOREIGNER and VERTICAL HOUR. She has also worked for Salt Lake Shakespeare and Utah Contemporary Theatre.

KIMI BROWN (Assistant Director)

is a Senior in the University of Utah’s BFA Musical Theater Program. She was most recently a part of the University of Utah’s productions of Chess (Ensemble/ Reporter) and Company (Wives Cover). During the fall, she will work as the

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WHO’S WHO Dramaturg for The U’s production of Dracula. She is very proud to be a part of this amazing production and hopes you enjoy the show.

TIFFANY CAMPBELL (Assistant

Lighting Design) is from Ogden, UT. She recently graduated from Weber State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Arts with an emphasis in Lighting and Projection Design. FORM OF A GIRL UNKNOWN is her first project with the Salt Lake Acting Company. Her design credits include ASYLUM SONG, CLASS OF ‘94, WHERE WORDS ONCE WERE, and SIX CHARACTERS IN SEARCH OF AN AUTHOR. For further information you may visit her website: wwwdesignstjc.com

DANI LINCOLN (Assistant Sound

Design) is an aspiring sound designer and stage manager. She is currently a student at the University of Utah and is thrilled to be working with SLAC as an assistant sound designer. Dani’s previous show credits include CHESS as house manager, COMPANY as a production assistant, and MACBETH as assistant stage manager. She is excited to also be working on THE ODYSSEY with Jen as assistant sound designer as well as SHE KILLS MONSTERS, and TARTUFFE as assistant stage manager latter this season at the U. Dani would like to thank all her professors, family and friends that have supported her through her journey. A special thank you to Milinda Weeks who helped Dani discover her passion in theatre.

TAYLOR WALLACE (Assistant Stage

Manager) is a Junior at Westminster College pursuing a BA in Theatre. Technical credits include: SWEETHEART COME (Pygmalion), THE WOODS (Prufrock Productions), THE REAL THING (Pinnacle). School Credits include: THE MEMORY OF WATER (ASM).

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CYNTHIA FLEMING (Executive Artistic

Director) has been in the world of dance and theatre professionally for over 40 years, 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 titled: Mayberry meets Space Odyssey, which is the foundation for the recordbreaking number of subscribers. 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. In 2010 she became CoExecutive Producer and is now honored to be SLAC’s Executive Artistic Director. Cynthia remains a working artist in the theatre and has choreographed many SLAC productions including SATURDAY’S VOYEUR for 16 years and directed/ choreographed this musical for 7 years. Cynthia is proud to serve SLAC and its mission to engage and enrich community through brave contemporary theatre.

SALT LAKE ACTING COMPANY –

Salt Lake Acting Company’s mission is to engage and enrich community through brave contemporary theatre. Founded in 1970, SLAC is a not-forprofit 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

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WHO’S WHO 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).

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

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organization of performing arts unions. The Equity emblem is our mark of excellence. www.actorsequity.org * Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States. ** The set designer of FORM OF A GIRL UNKNOWN is represented by United Scenic Artists Local USA 829 of the IATSE

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COMING UP NEXT

Jacob Weitlauf

Joseph Paul Branca

Shelby Andersen

Trayven Call

Cameron Aragon

DECEMBER 6-30, 2019 Director: Penny Caywood

When Pete the Cat gets caught jamming after bedtime, the cat-catcher sends him to live with the Biddle family to learn his manners. There he meets young Jimmy Biddle, the most organized second grader on planet Earth. Together, they set out on a mission to help Jimmy conquer second grade art, and along the way, they both learn a little something new about inspiration.

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UNIVERSITY PROFESSIONAL THEATRE PROGRAM The University Professional Theatre Program will help me set up a course in a design career, to create a network of designers, actors, and directors who will expand my experience and create opportunities to build my portfolio. –Tiffany Campbell, Assistant Lighting Design I would like to learn more about the sound design process. It will be very useful to get some hands-on experience alongside other classes I’m taking this semester. This will help my career by giving me my first professional opportunity in my field. –Dani Lincoln, Assistant Sound Design

As an aspiring playwright and director, I am excited to hear about this show’s past experiences and now be a part of this play’s next evolution. I know this experience will enrich every aspect of my artistic career. I want to deepen my knowledge as a director, playwright, dramaturg, and overall artistic collaborator, and inevitably influence me as a performer. –Kimi Brown, Assistant Director

“I really enjoy learning in a professional setting, and this program is the perfect solution!” –Taylor Wallace, Assistant Stage Manager

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THANK YOU TO: The John & Marcia Price Family Foundation Terence Kearns Stephens Charitable Trust Anderson & Karrenberg Maschoff Brennan FOR THEIR GENEROUS SUPPORT OF THIS PROGRAM. saltlakeactingcompany.org


sponsors, friends and supporters Salt Lake Acting Company is a 501©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, 2018–October 1, 2019. 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 Erika Ahlin at 801.363.7522 or email erika@saltlakeactingcompany.org.

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Salt Lake County Zoo Arts and Parks Program Shubert Foundation

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Anonymous Bruce W. Bastian Foundation Emma Eccles Jones Foundation George S and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation Five Wives Vodka The John & Marcia Price Family Foundation Veterinary Orthopedic Services Terence K. Stephens Utah Division of Arts & Museums

$5,000-$9,999

Doctorow, Jarvis & Constance Family Foundation Dorsey & Whitney Foundation Marriner S. Eccles Foundation Richard K. & Shirley Hemingway Foundation US Bank Foundation Lawrence T. & Janet T. Dee Foundation Anonymous McCarthey Family Foundation Anonymous Larry H. Miller Charities Salt Lake City Arts Council Dale Smith Storagecraft Technology Corporation

$2,500-$4,999

Anderson & Karrenberg Bryon Benevento Douglas & Daniel GaffinTilton Richard K. & Shirley S. Hemingway Foundation Maschoff Brennan Kim Neville & Paul Frankel Stephanie Steele

S.J. & Jessie E. Quinney Foundation

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Title I Arts Education Program Now entering its second decade, SLAC’s Title I Arts Education Program invites over 1,900 underserved K-2 students from Title I schools to attend our annual children’s show free of charge. Children between the ages of 5 and 7 are at a critical developmental stage to absorb arts experiences. They are endlessly forging new connections- reading the book in anticipation of the show, sitting in the chairs as the lights go down, clapping and cheering with the crowd, processing the experience with their friends, teachers, and families- each step expands their thinking, brings what they are learning in school to life in dynamic and stimulating ways, and ultimately promotes deep engagement in the learning process. In his response to PINKALICIOUS, a Kindergarten teacher pointed out the program’s educational value: “This kind of experience contributes to my students’ desire and capacity to pay purposeful attention, observe carefully and mindfully, envision what can’t be observed, to be brave and take risks, and to understand others viewpoints and respect differences. Arts education fosters habits of mind that lead to success.” –Jeremy Reynoso, Meadowlark Elementary

If you or your business would like to sponsor or contribute to SLAC’s Title I Arts Education Program, please contact Erika at erika@saltlakeactingcompany.org

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salt lake acting company 2019/2020 Cynthia Fleming

Executive Artistic Director

Justin Ivie

Erika Ahlin

Producing Director

Joshua Black

Cassandra Stokes-Wylie

Director of Communications

Adriana Lemke

Director of Development

Director of Audience Relationship

John Downing

Audience Relationship & Accessibility Coordinator

Director of Technology & Ticketing

Topher Rasmussen

Accountant/Human Resources

Natalie Keezer

Nick Fleming

Literary Manager

Grants and Education Coordinator

McKenzie Barkdull Audience Relationship & Community Connection

Beret Brems, Jorji Diaz Fadel, Connor Johnson, Aaron Hoenig, McCall Kirby, Katelyn Limber, Andrew Maguire, Savannah Moffat, Nat Nelson, Riley Nevins, Marc Nielson, Lane Richins, Emily Smiley, Alison Stroud, Hayden Warzek, Annette Wright House Manager & Front of House Staff

Erik Reichert

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Resident Production Stage Manager

Jacob Hunt

Jeremy Eldridge

Lucy LeBohec Curtis Hendrickson

Sara Shouse

Assistant Master Electrician

Jacob Hunt, John Hild,

Jennie Sant

Construction Supervisor

John Terry Carpenters

Sound System Engineer

Scenic Artists

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Daniel Gardner, Rachael Harned, Marley Keith, Bergi Larwerh, Mistelle Magnuson, Hayden Wadsworth Electricians

David Evanoff, J. T. Rogers Artistic Associates

Allen Nevins & Nancy Borgenicht Artists in Residence

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

Tickets:

Emergency Exits:

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

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.

Ticket Exchanges:

Wheelchair Accessibility:

Season Subscribers can always exchange their tickets, and it’s free! Just call 801-363-7522.

The Upstairs Theatre is not wheelchair accessible, please call for further details. An ADA approved restroom is available in the lobby.

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.

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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Green Room Gallery Curated by long-time subscriber Cheryl Cope Cheryl grew up in Ogden. Her mother, sister and a niece are all artists. “I always had good art around me. When I could, I felt it was my job to appreciate it, buy it and hang it. I have managed Art Galleries, been a regular attendee at Juried Art Fairs and bought in Galleries as I travel. My home ran out of wall space years ago. A friend helped me hang some two and three deep. My ceilings are 10 feet high. If the painting is professionally framed, that alone will help it last in good condition. I own oil paintings, water colors, wood cuts, signed and numbered prints, illustrations, Fine art Photography, Navajo Rugs. I attended my first SLAC performance, Voyeur I think, in the 1980’s. Became a subscriber and bought a “seat in the house”. I enjoy this Theatre and consider it my home company. “

Art for sale! A portion of proceeds will benefit SLAC’s mission and programs.

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