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Welcome SATURDAY'S VOYEUR 2018 Corporate Sponsors Acknowledgements Scenes & Songs Who’s Who Favorite Voyeur Memories SLAC's 2018-19 Season University Professional Theatre Program Sponsors, Friends and Supporters Salt Lake Acting Company Staff Board of Trustees Green Room Gallery For Our Audience

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Welcome

Happy 40th Anniversary SATURDAY’S VOYEUR!

Preciate ya so much! (to Bob Hope’s Thanks For The Memory) Thanks for Saturday’s Voyeur For the laughter and the rants You made me pee my pants From family home evening to hot tubbing & missionaries & romance How lucky we are Thanks for Saturday’s Voyeur We’re grateful for Al & Nancy For making Salt Lake City Much more bearable place to live And keeping our sanity How clever you are!

Thanks for Saturday’s Voyeur A source for new subscribers To join us through the years To see high quality, brave new work Makes us want to cheer Thank you sa much! Thanks for Saturday’s Voyeur SLAC’s sa proud and in awe Only in Utah To have this special play That’s anything but blah ‘Preciate ya sa much! We Love You! Cheers! Salt Lake Acting Company’s Staff

SLAC Staff: Back to Front - Mike Abu, John Downing, Nick Fleming, Erik Reichert, Cassie Stokes-Wylie, Shannon Musgrave, Cynthia Fleming, Janice Jenson, Adriana Lemke, McKenzie Barkdull, Natalie Keezer, Merry Magee

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Presents

SATURDAY’S VOYEUR 2018: th 40 Anniversary Created by

Allen Nevins & Nancy Borgenicht Director

Cynthia Fleming Musical Director

Michael Leavitt Choreographer

Aaron Eskelson Book

Allen Nevins Lyrics

Allen Nevins & Nancy Borgenicht

Michael Horejsi

Jesse Portillo**

Light Design

Costume Design

Projection Design

Sound Design

Dramaturg

Set Design

Erin Sims

Maxwell Seltenrich Shannon Musgrave

Production Stage Manager/ Stage Manger Prop Design Jennie Sant*

Janice Jenson*

Assistant Choreographer

Heidi Ortega

Mikki Reeve

Asst. Stage Manager

Martin C. Alcocer*

Assistant Light Design

David Anthony-Ken De Carolis

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

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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 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 The Whittenburg Foundation Utah Humanities U.S. Bank Foundation Weinholtz Family Foundation The Dramatists Guild Fund Rocky Mountain Power 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.

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Cast of Characters DEVIN REY BARNEY . . . . . . . . Pit Master Chuc, Darrell, Moroni, Ensemble ERIC LEE BROTHERSON* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DeLoy Smoot, The Jew HAYLEY CASSITY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Butch, Narleen Carlson, Ensemble BAILEY CUMMINGS. . . . . . . . . . Elder DeLete Bennion, LaPray, Ensemble OLIVIA CUSTODIO. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Heavenly Mother, Mother Thorla TREVOR B. DEAN*. . . . . . . . . . . Elder DeLay Jacobsen, Riddell, Ensemble JUSTIN IVIE*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brother Bishop, Father, Moses NATALIE KEEZER. . . . Brianna Payslee Smoot, Babe, LuReen, Ensemble MIKKI REEVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bitch, LeJeanne Hicks, LaDawn, Ensemble ALICE RYAN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stormy, Modene Bagshaw, Ensemble ROBERT SCOTT SMITH* . . . . . . Counselor, Mother Vadeen, Joseph Smith AMANDA WRIGHT. . . . . . . . . . Toynetta Mortenson, Leezanne, Ensemble * Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States

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SCENES & SONGS ACT I

ACT II

THE PRESENT INTERROGATES THE PAST

DAY OF RECKONING

OPENING – CHOIR PRACTICE

OPENING

Medley 1978 Trouble

SCENE 2 - MEN IN LIMBO You Got No Time

SCENE 3 - THE INTERVIEW

Oh, Lord I Need This Call I Blew It

SCENE 4 - OLD FRIENDS

Forget Your Troubles Schedule of the Lord Missionary Medley Out of Time

SCENE 5 - #METOO Mad – Part I

END ACT I

Hello Mama

SCENE 2 - SEX IN THE CITY Ta The BYU

SCENE 3 - BACK RUBS You’ll Feel Dirty

SCENE 4 - TOY’S TESTIMONY Spirit Prison Tango

SCENE 5 - CRIMES OF THE STATE A Mormon Don’t Cry For Us Maybe This Year Tradition Please Help Me

SCENE 6 - THE LAST SHALL BE FIRST MAD Part II

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SCENES & SONGS ACT III

CHANGE OR BE CHANGED

OPENING

We Are A Happy Family

SCENE 1 - FAMILY HOME EVENING The Family Tradition The Father Masturbation Is A Sin The Teacher

SCENE 2 - CHANGE

Guns, Guns, Guns All I Care About is Me Who are You A Beer with Donald What’s Gunna Happen? There’s No Erection

END OF PLAY CURTAIN CALL - SALT LAKE, SALT LAKE

The cast of Saturday's Voyeur 2018

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WHO’S WHO DEVIN REY BARNEY is thrilled to be returning to SATURDAY’S VOYEUR!! Since last he was seen on the SLAC stage, Devin has appeared in the University of Utah productions of THE BEAUTIFUL GAME (Del), STEEL PIER (Buddy Becker) and DOGFIGHT (Lounge Singer). So much love to friends and family for their generous love and support.

ERIC LEE BROTHERSON* is celebrating his 20th year in

Actor’s Equity, and is thrilled to be in his 3rd Voyeur at SLAC, having performed in it last year as Jason Chaffetz. In his career, Eric has performed in 25 countries, 45 states, and over 100 cities worldwide. He has performed from rural casinos to Lincoln Center to European opera houses. He has choreographed, taught voice and dance, and coaches privately. He currently is a Special Education teacher. He graduated with honors in the social sciences and English, but has remained in the arts because he believes in the sacredness of storytelling. His proudest moments on stage were as Tugger in the NW Premiere of CATS, as Mike in Pioneer’s production of CHORUS LINE, and in the Seattle production of TOMMY directed by Brian Yorkey, where he was associate choreographer and dance captain. To Marc and my family for their love and support. Additional Credits include FIDDLER ON THE ROOF AT Arizona Theatre

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WHO’S WHO Company (50th Anniversary Season), SPAMALOT, PIPPIN, MY FAIR LADY, INTO THE WOODS, SINGIN' IN THE RAIN, and HELLO DOLLY at 5th Ave Theatre in Seattle. THE LION, WITCH, AND THE WARDROBE, PETER PAN at Seattle Childrens Theatre. OKLAHOMA, GYPSY, and MIRETTE at Sundance Outdoor Theatre. BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, SOUTH PACIFIC, LA CAGE AUX FOLLES, and THE WEDDING BANQUET at The Village Theatre in Seattle. And MAN OF LA MANCHA, ANNIE, SUNSET BOULEVARD, 42nd STREET, THE PRODUCERS, and FIDDLER ON THE ROOF, at Pioneer Theatre Company.

HAYLEY CASSITY is

currently pursuing her BFA in Musical Theatre at the University of Utah. She is ecstatic that her first show in Utah is with SLAC! Other Credits: CRUELLA DEVIL, EVIL QUEEN (Disneyland), WEST BEAT A CAPELLA, (Disneyland), HELLO, DOLLY! (3D Theatricals), GRINCHMAS (Universal Studios) @hayleybayy

BAILEY CUMMINGS

is thrilled to be making his SLAC debut! He recently graduated with a BFA in musical theatre from the University of Utah. Recent credits include OLIVER! (Noah) and THE LAST SHIP (Swing) at Pioneer Theatre Company, STEEL PIER (Bill Kelly), and HELLO, DOLLY! (Ambrose Kemper) at The University of Utah, the 2016 Ohio Light Opera Festival season (various roles), and YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN: THE MUSICAL (Ensemble/Swing) at The Grand Theatre.

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WHO’S WHO OLIVIA CUSTODIO is back for her third VOYEUR! Favorite roles

include the Lady of the Lake in SPAMALOT (The Grand), Elizabeth in STREETLIGHT WOODPECKER (SLAC), Anna in HOUSES (Riot Act Theatre), Ana in BURN (Sackerson), and Domina in A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM (University of Utah). Olivia has a BFA from Carnegie Mellon University and her Masters in Music from the University of Utah. Olivia firmly believes that soup is the worst of all the foods and wind is the worst of all the natural elements. A special thank you to Dan, who always brings her things when she doesn’t want to move from the couch, and her parents, who are the reason she’s so weird.

TREVOR B. DEAN* is excited to be working with SLAC again!

He was recently seen in our children’s theatre production of THE TRUE STORY OF THE 3 LITTLE PIGS! as well as past seasons of SATURDAY’S VOYEUR (2011/12). Some of his favorite credits include Jamie-THE LAST FIVE YEARS, Igor-MEL BROOKS: YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN, Jimmy Smith- THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE, Scuttle-DISNEY’S LITTLE MERMAID, LeFou- BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, Prentice- PETER AND THE STARCATCHER, and Seymour- LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS. Trevor attended the Musical Theatre program at Weber State University and has performed with several different venues across the Rocky Mt. Region.

JUSTIN IVIE* is a proud member of Actors’ Equity who is

thrilled be a part of SLAC’s 47th season! SLAC audiences will recognize Justin from his nine previous appearances in the cast of SATURDAY’S VOYEUR; as Dev in STUPD FUCKING BIRD and as Jones in 2010’s TOO MUCH MEMORY. He has also served as Stage Manager for many recent SLAC shows and directed SLAC’s readings of GRANT & TWIN and BANG-BANG (PAUSE) BANG. His many other acting credits include appearances with Pioneer Theatre Company, Utah Musical Theatre, Egyptian Theatre Company, Old Lyric Repertory Theatre, and many other others - both locally and in Chicago. A Weber State alumnus, Justin earned his MFA in Acting at Northern Illinois University. He has taught theatre and communications at LDS Business College, NIU, Triton College, and Weber State. Justin also designs scenery, props and theatrical masks, writes an occasional play, and sometimes even plays his banjo (when he’s pretty sure no one is listening).

NATALIE KEEZER is beyond thrilled to be performing in

SATURDAY’S VOYEUR for the first time. Natalie moved to Salt Lake City after graduating from The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre Training Program in Los Angeles. She most recently appeared as Marjorie Baverstock in THE MUSICAL COMEDY MURDERS OF 1940 (The Grand Theatre) and as Herself in THE WEYWARD SISTERS (Pygmalion Theatre Company). Some of Natalie’s favorite roles include Shelly in BURIED CHILD (Silver Summit Theatre Company) and Veronica

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WHO’S WHO in GOD OF CARNAGE (Old Town Actors Studio). Natalie can also be seen in a few indie films that were never finished and waiting in the checkout line at Trader Joes.

MIKKI REEVE

(Assistant Choregrapher/ Dance Captain) graduated this spring from the University of Utah with a BFA in Musical Theatre. Recent roles include Rita Racine in STEEL PIER (MCD), Ali in MAMMA MIA (PTC), Pontius Pilate in JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR (Studio 115), and Marcy in DOGFIGHT (Babcock). She thanks her incredible parents for their unwavering support and her friends for inspiring her everyday. Enjoy the show!

ALICE RYAN is

a graduate of The University of Utah with a BFA in Theatre. Recent performances include the workshop of the new musical, IN THE LIGHT (Frau Schneider) directed by Jeff Whiting, STEEL PIER at The University of Utah, and THE LITTLE MERMAID with The Ziegfeld Theatre (Ariel). Alice thanks her family and friends for their endless love and support.

ROBERT SCOTT SMITH* acting credits

include SATURDAY’S VOYEUR, CLIMBING WITH TIGERS, RAPTURE BLISTER BURN, GOOD PEOPLE, CHARM (World Premiere), SWIMMING IN THE SHALLOWS, SIX YEARS, BIG LOVE, BATBOY: THE MUSICAL, and GROSS INDECENCY (Salt Lake Acting

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WHO’S WHO Company); TWO HENRYS AND CRUCIBLE (PTC); SHHH! BURLESQUE, PAINS OF YOUTH, and SANTALAND DIARIES (Tooth and Nail Theatre); A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE and OUR TOWN (The Grand Theatre); Mockingbird (Pygmalion); and ICE FRONT and KREUTZER SONATA (Plan-B). Productions as Co-Founder and Co-Artistic Director of Flying Bobcat Theatrical include JUMP by Austin Archer, a co-production with Plan-B; CLIMBING WITH TIGERS by Troy Deutsch, co-production with SLAC; LOST IN THE WOODS a theatrical concert at The Masonic Temple with SLC Men’s Choir; FEAST a site-specific performance at The Great Saltair with choreographer Charlotte Boye-Christensen, NOW-ID and NYC Playwright Troy Deutsch. Robert Scott is Assistant Professor with the U of U Department of Theatre Actor Training Program and Musical Theatre Program.

AMANDA WRIGHT is so excited to be back at SLAC after

appearing in SATURDAY'S VOYEUR 2016 (Mary). Amanda has performed with Pioneer Theatre Company in MAMMA MIA! (Sophie u.s./Ensemble), NEWSIES (Katherine u.s./Ensemble) and CHESS: IN CONCERT. She has a BFA from the University of Utah’s Musical Theatre Program, where she appeared in HELLO, DOLLY! (Ernestina) and JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR (Jesus). “Endlessly grateful to everyone who has touched my life these last four years in Utah, especially my friends. Love to you all.”

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WHO’S WHO ALLEN NEVINS (Playwright) has

been writing for SATURDAY’S VOYEUR the last 29 years. He came to the Salt Lake Acting Company in 1989 as the Literary Manager and in 1990 he formed a writing and business partnership with Nancy Borgenicht. In 1993, their partnership, Saturday’s Voyeur, Inc., became the management company and the Executive Producers of the Salt Lake Acting Company. As Executive Producers they expanded and re-built the Upstairs Theatre, designed and built the Chapel Theatre as an alternative performing space, unionized SLAC’s acting pool and re-instituted Saturday’s Voyeur as the annual summer fundraiser for the Salt Lake Acting Company. In their 12 years as Executive Producers, they produced over 70 full-length plays, 40 public readings, and developed multiple new works for the American stage. Since his retirement in 2005 as an Executive Producer, he has focused on maintaining SATURDAY’S VOYEUR as an outlet for discourse, dissent, irreverent humor, cheap shots at elected officials; and of course, political incorrectness in all its forms.

NANCY BORGENICHT (Lyricist)

has been part of the Salt Lake Acting Company since 1974. She created SATURDAY’S VOYEUR in 1978. She served as SLAC’s Co-Executive Producer with Allen Nevins from 1993-2005. She is extremely proud of the artists they supported and the playwrights they commissioned and produced during those rebuilding years: ANGELS IN AMERICA in 1995-96 was a turning point. The commissioning of new works by J.T. Rogers, Julie Jensen, and David Kranes was a proud part of the theatre’s mission; and producing the regional premiers of work by Tony Kushner, Arthur Miller, Edward Albee, Jane Martin, A.R. Gurney, Michael Hollinger, Richard Greenberg, Paula Vogel, David Ives, Moises Kaufman, Martin McDonagh, Amy Freed, Nilo Cruz, Terry Johnson, Shelagh Stephenson, Charles Mee, Kenneth


WHO’S WHO Lonergan, Theresa Rebeck, Adam Bock, Tracy Letts, Doug Wright and Julia Jordan became the honor of a lifetime. Borgenicht is currently developing STAG’S LEAP, a Pulitzer Prize winning book of poems by Sharon Olds, for the stage. STAG’S LEAP was produced this past January as part of SLAC’s New Play Development Program. She would like to thank Cynthia Fleming and the STAG’S LEAP audience for their incredible feedback and support. She would like to thank the Voyeur audience whose enthusiasm and energy keeps us going--- and the hundreds of artists and technical staff for their talent, patience and leaps of faith over these past forty years. She thanks her family for being there every opening night since 1978. And she thanks Allen Nevins--- for his ferocious mind, for carrying the weight, and for keeping SATURDAY’S VOYEUR alive. Forty years. Longer than Johnny Carson on the Tonight Show. It all feels like a dream and she wishes her parents were here.

CYNTHIA FLEMING (Director, Executive Artistic Director) has been in the world of dance and theatre professionally for over 38 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 record breaking number of subscribers. She conceived Fadel Law 2015.pdf 1 6/5/15 3:00 PM and created the position of Director of Communication and Audience Development

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WHO’S WHO and assembled the communication team to generate a renewed energy and excitement about the theatre. In 2010 she became Co-Executive 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 15 years and directed/choreographed this musical for 6 years. Cynthia is proud to serve SLAC and its mission to engage and enrich community through brave contemporary theatre.

MICHAEL LEAVITT (Music Director) a native of Las Vegas, is returning to

SATURDAY’S VOYEUR for his second year. As a graduate student in Collaborative Piano at the University of Utah, Michael is a vocal coach, accompanist as well as musical director in the opera, choral, and musical theater departments. Recently, Michael wrote a new one-act opera setting of CHARLES DICKENS’ A CHRISTMAS CAROL which premiered at the Grand Theater performed by the University of Utah Lyric Opera Ensemble. As associate conductor, Michael worked with Tony award winning soprano Audra McDonald for the Hale Center Theater Orem’s production of 110 IN THE SHADE. In addition, Michael has been the pianist, music director, and/or conductor for many musical theater and opera productions including: DIE FLEDERMAUS, AMAHL AND THE NIGHT VISITORS, LE NOZZE DE FIGARO, SMOKEY JOE’S CAFE, OKLAHOMA, AIDA, GUYS AND DOLLS, and more.

AARON ESKELSON (Choreographer) is a recent graduate from the Musical Theatre Program at the University of Utah. Choreography credits include AND

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WHO’S WHO HERE WE ARE: A SENIOR PROJECT, YOU NEVER CAN TELL and JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR (University of Utah.) Acting credits include SATURDAY’S VOYEUR (SLAC); SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS (Hale Center Theatre); JUST DANCE (Lagoon); BEAUTIFUL GAME, HELLO DOLLY and A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM (University of Utah.) I want to thank the entire team at SLAC for this opportunity, and my friends and family for their continuous love and support. Namaste.

MICHAEL HOREJSI (Set Design) is excited to be returning to SATURDAY’S

VOYEUR for his second year! He is on Faculty in the Department of Theatre at The University of Utah, he has an MFA in Design and Technical Theatre from The University of Minnesota, has extensive National and International Touring experience with Arena and Theater Shows, as well as sporting spectaculars such as The NBA All Star Jam Session, and The USA Swimming Olympic Trials. Michael has worked as a technician and designer for theatres including; Oregon Festival of American Music, The Guthrie Theatre, The Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, American Players Theatre, The History Theatre, and others.

JESSE PORTILLO** (Light Design) is happy to return to SLAC for his ninth season. Previous SLAC productions include HARBUR GATE, DIARY OF A WORM, A SPIDER AND A FLY, CLIMBING WITH TIGERS, STREET LIGHT WOODPECKER, TWO STORIES, RED, THE

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WHO’S WHO 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, 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 on the faculty of the University of Utah Department of Theatre. He is a member of the United States Institute for Theatre Technology and United Scenic Artists Local 829.

HEIDI ORTEGA (Costume Design) is an associate professor of costume design

for Murray State University in Murray KY. She earned her Master of Arts Degree in Theatrical Design & Production from Humboldt State University and her MFA in Costume Design at Virginia Commonwealth University. She has designed for film, theatre, dance & the Jr. Miss America Pageant. She has been designing for over 20 years. She is excited to be back for her second Voyeur! A few of her favorite shows include: HAIR (Egyptian Theatre), A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM (YouTheatre at Egyptian Theatre Co.), ANTIGONE (Traveled in KY and IN), VOLUME OF SMOKE (World Premiere, VCU), FRANKENSTEIN, A FLEA IN HER EAR, THE PRINCESS AND THE PEA & THE JUNGLE BOOK (MSU). A CHORUS LINE, SMASH, PLAYING FOR TIME (Westminster), AN EVENING OF DARIO FO & FRANCA RAME (HSU), & THE UNDERPANTS (Redwood Curtain Theatre). Although she has taught and designed in Virginia, Utah, California, Kentucky, and as far away as Beijing China she has

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WHO’S WHO always considered Utah “home”. She has had a blast working on a staple of Utah Theater – Saturdays Voyeur! Thank you to her wonderful husband Daniel for being her strength and her crazy children for all the snuggle time.

ERIN SIMS (Projection Design) is delighted to be making her solo design debut

at SLAC. Her recent design credits include AND HERE WE ARE (University of Utah), and THE LITTLE MERMAID (Wasatch Junior High School). Her assistant credits include SATURDAY’S VOYEUR 2017 (SLAC), and BRING IT ON (University of Utah). Erin graduated this May from the University of Utah with a BFA in Art, with an emphasis in Graphic Design and a minor in Drawing. She plans to attend graduate school to pursue a MFA in Projection Design. She would like to thank her parents and David for their support in all her creative endeavors.

MAXWELL SELTENRICH (Sound Design) has worked on and off for Salt Lake

Acting Company since 2012. He has worked as an electrician, carpenter, audio engineer and audio consultant. He is the Assistant Technical Director for Park City Institute as well as working as a Technical Director for the Salt Lake County Center of the Arts. Maxwell also works as a live audio engineer for many of the local Salt Lake based live audio companies and venues.

SHANNON MUSGRAVE (Dramaturg, Associate Artistic Director) Shannon

began at Salt Lake Acting Company in 2008 and has worn many hats here since then. She has been Associate Artistic Director since 2014. SLAC directing credits include MERCURY by Steve Yockey, readings of LAURA AND THE SEA by Kate Tarker and BLEEDING HEARTS by Steve Yockey, and assistant director on STUPID F*CKING BIRD and the past three years of SATURDAY’S VOYEUR. She’s appeared on SLAC’s stage in STAG’S LEAP, SATURDAY’S VOYEUR ‘09-’11, GO DOG GO!, and HOW I BECAME A PIRATE. Other Salt Lake City directing credits include GIDION’S KNOT (Pinnacle Acting Company) and HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE (Great Salt Lake Fringe Festival). Shannon programs and runs SLAC’s annual playwrights’ lab, which has developed plays by Kathleen Cahill, Hilary Bettis, Dominic Finocchiaro, Winter Miller, David Jacobi, Hansol Jung, Kate Tarker, Troy Deutsch, and Jon Tuttle. In Washington D.C. Shannon worked in artistic development at Arena Stage, was a directing apprentice for the Kennedy Center’s Directing Intensive: Developing the New Play, and was a company member with Flying V Theatre. She holds her B.A. in Musical Theatre from Weber State University and her M.A. in Arts Management from American University.

NICK FLEMING (Guitar) is excited to be back in the SATURDAY’S VOYEUR band

for his second year. In addition to playing guitar in last year’s SATURDAY’S VOYEUR, he also works here in the offices at Salt Lake Acting Company. When he’s not putting his skills to good use at SLAC, you can find him shredding all around the West Coast with his other bands, Wicked Bears and Show Me Island. You can find them on Spotify or your favorite music streaming service.

SPENCER KELLOGG (Saxophone & Woodwinds) is so excited to be back at Salt

Lake Acting Company for SATURDAY’S VOYEUR! Spencer is a multi-instrumentalist specializing in the woodwind and guitar families. During the academic year, Spencer works at the McKay Music Library in the School of Music at the U of U. When he’s not playing music, his zen moments are on a motorcycle in the mountains.

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WHO’S WHO JANICE JENSON* (Production Stage Manager/Prop Design/ Producing Director)

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 seven 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 Arts in Community Leadership.

JENNIE SANT* (Stage Manager) Previous shows at SLAC include SURELY

GOODNESS AND MERCY, REYKJAVIK (reading), PLAYWRIGHTS LAB 2016 & 2017, HARBUR GATE, BULLSHARK ATTACK, STUPID FUCKING 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, 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 NIHTS DREAM, THE FOREIGNER and VERTICAL HOUR. She has also worked for Salt Lake Shakes and Utah Contemporary theatre.

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WHO’S WHO MARTIN C. ALCOCER* (Assistant Stage Manager) is excited to be back at

SLAC! He graduated this past May from the University of Utah with a BFA in Stage Management. Previous credits as Assistant Stage Manager include SATURDAY’S VOYEUR 2016 and 2017 (Salt Lake Acting Co), THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO, OLIVER, NEWSIES (Pioneer Theatre Company), and HELLO, DOLLY! (UTheatre). Recent Stage Management credits include STEEL PIER, THE TWO NOBLE KINSMEN, SELF DEFENSE… (UTheatre), and TWELFTH NIGHT (Salt Lake Shakespeare. He also has interest in lighting and has recently acted as Lighting Designer for OUR COUNTRY’S GOOD, LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOST (UTheatre), and HOW LONG CAN YOU STAND ON THE TRAIN TRACKS… (Sackerson/Flying Bobcat). He would like to thank his friends, family, and girlfriend for their continued support.

DAVID ANTHONY-KEN DE CAROLIS (Assistant Lighting Designer) is happy

to be returning to SLAC. He is a recent graduate of the University of Utah where he studied lighting design. His past design credits include AS YOU LIKE IT (Studio 115), ARCADIA, DOGFIGHT, and YOU NEVER CAN TELL (Babcock). David has assisted on PETER AND THE STARCATCHER, IT HAPPENED ONE CHRISTMAS, and THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW at Pioneer Theatre Company, and THE TRUE STORY OF THE 3 LITTLE PIGS (SLAC). He would like to thank his parents, Emily, and Erin.

SALT LAKE ACTING COMPANY – Salt Lake Acting Company is celebrating

its 48th season, and continuing its mission is to engage and enrich community through brave contemporary theatre. Founded in 1970, SLAC is a not-for-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, the Edgerton Foundation, and the HRC among others. SLAC operates under a SPT Actors Equity Association contract and is a Constituent Member of Theatre Communications Group (a national organization for non-profit 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 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. **Member of the United Scenic Artists Local USA 829 of the IATSE

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ANNOUNCING

SALT LAKE ACTING COMPANY’S 48TH SEASON (2018/2019) A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE GYNECOLOGIC ONCOLOGY UNIT AT MEMORIAL SLOAN-KETTERING CANCER CENTER OF NEW YORK CITY By Halley Feiffer Director: Sarah Shippobotham

September 12 – October 21, 2018 It’s a comic catastrophe when Karla, a crass comedian and Don, a sad super-nerd meet at the bedsides of their dying mothers. There’s nothing less funny in the world than cancer…except when it’s hilarious.

THE WOLVES By Sarah DeLappe Director: Alexandra Harbold

October 10 – November 11, 2018 These warriors are ready to take on any comer. Their minds move at warp speed, their emotions jostle for position, their bodies are fine-tuned, and their hormones are raging. It’s war out there on the girls’ soccer field. Get ready for The Wolves.

PINKALICIOUS, THE MUSICAL Book & Lyrics by Elizabeth Kann & Victoria Kann Music & Lyrics by John Gregor Based on the book Pinkalicious by Victoria Kann & Elizabeth Kann Children’s Show Add-On Director/Choreographer: Penelope Caywood

November 30 – December 30, 2018 It’s not easy being pink. Just ask Pinkalicious Pinkerton after she eats too many pink cupcakes and turns pink from head to toe! With dancing doctors, Broadwaystyle ballads, and a blues-singing little brother, audiences of all ages will be tickled PINK!

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THE CAKE By Bekah Brunstetter Director: Justin Ivie

February 6 – March 10, 2019 Della is the best baker in her politically red town, but now she’s faced with a decision that pits her faith against family. Will she bake a wedding cake for two women – one of whom is as close as a daughter? The culture wars have never been so delicious.

SILENT DANCER By Kathleen Cahill Director: Cynthia Fleming Choreographer: Christopher Ruud

April 10 – May 12, 2019 Dangerous love, secret identities, maids, dancers, criminals, silent movies, and the most famous couple in New York – Zelda and Scott Fitzgerald. A groundbreaking dance/play/romance which expresses the pulse, the change, and the infinite possibilities of life in America.

SATURDAY’S VOYEUR By Allen Nevins and Nancy Borgenicht Director/Choreographer: Cynthia Fleming

June 26 – September 1, 2019 Join us for Utah’s most irreverent summer bash! SATURDAY’S VOYEUR is written for us, about us, every year in celebration of the peculiarities of this place we lovingly call home. Pack your picnic and come party!

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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 SATURDAY’S VOYEUR 2018, we would like to welcome Devin Rey Barney, Hayley Cassity, Bailey Cummings, Claudia Escobar, Aaron Eskelson, Aaron Hoenig, Mikki Reeve, Alice Ryan, and Amanda Wright.

From Left to Right: Amanda Wright, Aaron Eskelson, Devin Rey Barney, Alice Ryan, Bailey Cummings, Hayley Cassity, Aaron Hoenig, Mikki Reeve, Claudia Escobar

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University Professional Theatre Program I plan to gain experience mixing a live show in the professional setting. I intend to use this opportunity to meet new people in the theatrical field, making me better known as a mix engineer and bringing in more jobs like this in my future. I really value this program because I don’t get many other opportunities to mix shows in the professional world. Aaron Hoenig | U of U | Audio Engineer UPTP is an amazing opportunity to work with individuals who have a lot of experience working in the field. Because this will be the first production I will be mixing, this program will help me learn and refine those skill. I am confident that I will have a greater understanding of all the elements that go into live mixing and develop more refined listening ear. Claudia Escobar | U of U | Audio Engineer I will learn what is expected of a performer in a professional setting. I will gain an understanding of how to collaborate with an artistic team, for example, when it is appropriate to share thoughts and when I need to be a team player. Being a part of the UPTP for SATURDAY’S VOYEUR has taught me to roll with the punches and stay on my feet. Hayley Cassity | U of U | Actor Working on VOYEUR this summer has given me the confidence to know I am good enough to be a theatre professional. SLAC has pushed me to a higher level and my artistic self has benefited from being part of the SLAC family. Bailey Cummings | U of U | Actor

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It is such a gift to come home to SLAC for Voyeur this summer. SLAC is special because even though I was hired as a student, they pay me, respect me, and work with me in the same way they would any professional actress. Amanda Wright | U of U | Actor The opportunity to work at a professional theatre company RIGHT out of college is an amazing experience, but what makes this experience even MORE special is working for SLAC specifically. SLAC is a company that works and fights for everything I stand for and builds up a community in Salt Lake that is welcoming and loving to people of all shapes, sizes, colors, and orientations. Devin Rey Barney | U of U | Actor Working at SLAC has been a wonderful opportunity to have just before heading out into the world as a professional. The staff, cast, and crew are remarkable, talented, and have made me feel at home at SLAC. Alice Ryan | U of U | Actor It’s not common for young performing artists to work professionally with a sustainable income... SLAC has given me a running start into my career which is invaluable. Mikki Reeve | U of U | Actor Being a part of the creative team this year has truly been a #blessing. Thank you SLAC, for this opportunity and revealing that any challenge can be overcome with hard work and dedication. Aaron Eskelson | U of U | Choreographer

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SATURDAY'S VOYEUR, CELEBRATING 40 YEARS OF UTAH'S POLITICS AND CULTURE. SHOWS ARE LIKE WINE, SOME TURN TO VINEGAR BUT VOYEUR GETS BETTER WITH AGE!

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The cast, production team, and staff of Saturday's Voyeur 2018

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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 - June 1, 2018. 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 Cynthia Fleming at 801.363.7522 or email cynthia@saltlakeactingcompany.org. $100,000 and above Salt Lake County Zoo, Arts and Parks Program The Shubert Foundation, Inc.

$50,000-$99,999 Emma Eccles Jones Foundation Utah Division of Arts and Museums

$20,000-$49,999 Dr. Dale Smith of Veterinary Orthopedic Services George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation The National Endowment for the Arts National New Play Network Salt Lake County Cultural Facilities Program John and Marcia Price Family Foundation Terence K. Stephens Charitable Fund B. W. Bastian Foundation

$5,000-$19,999 Anderson and Karrenberg Anonymous Bryon Benevento James Dabakis Lawrence T. and Janet T. Dee Foundation Jarvis and Constance Doctorow Family Foundation Dorsey and Whitney Foundation In memory of Donald Hartmann Brett Johnson Marriner S. Eccles Foundation Larry H. Miller Charities Larry H. and Gail Miller Family Foundation LGBTQ Community Endowment Fund Maschoff Brennan McCarthey Family Foundation S.J. and Jessie E. Quinney Foundation The David Ross Fetzer Foundation for Emerging Artists Salt Lake City Arts Council

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StorageCraft Technology Donna and Michael Weinholtz Family Foundation Wilkinson-Ferrari and Co.

$2,500-$4,999 Broadway at the Eccles R. Harold Burton Foundation Henry W. and Leslie M. Eskuche Foundation Richard K. and Shirley S. Hemingway Foundation Beatrice Lufkin and Peter Hansen Jane and Tami Marquardt Kim Neville and Paul Frankel Allen Nevins from his family Pacificorp/Rocky Mountain Power Rocky Mountain Power Foundation Jeff and Joan Shreeve Heather Sneddon Sorenson Legacy Foundation Stephanie Steele in honor of Don and Colleen Sorensen Sweet Candy Fund for Health and Wellness Adam Ruth Wells Fargo Foundation Brian Wilkinson and Mimi Charles Dan and Teri Whittenburg

$1,000-$2,499 Claire Aplington and Keith Olson Byron and Deborah Barkley Tony Basso Beverley Taylor Sorenson Arts David Borgenicht and Suzanne Simons Nancy Borgenicht in support of the Tony Larimer Performing Arts Award Kenneth and Karen Brewster Kate and Bert Bunnell Brian Burn Mitchel and Annica Burns Callister, Nebeker and McCullough Kim Caramelli and Michael Walker Matthew Classen and Patricia Potter

C. Comstock Clayton Foundation Cliff Coury and Stanna Frampton Christopher and Pilar Dechet Geralyn Dreyfous Eric Eide and Shellie Messner Eide David Felt and Lynda Wendel Laura Fisher and Bob Bissland Cynthia and Jeff Fleming Dorothy Foster John and Ilauna Gurr Wendy Hanson Robert and Marcia Harris Chris and Peter Helfrich in memory of Glen and Maxine Burnham Janet Hough Tina and Larry Howard Marian Jacobsen Richard Jackson 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 Howard Mann Marghie Mannos Davis Mullholand Mystery Escape Room Zelie and Carl Pforzheimer Bonnie and Denis Phillips Joann and Bill Price Tina and Jonathan Ruga Max and Teri Savage- Savage Scaffold and Equipment Aquashantina Scheibe Brad Simons Christl Simons Alice Steiner Suzanne Stensaas and Richard Kanner Leland Swaner Harvey and Freida Sweitzer Ray and Liz Thomason U.S. Bank Foundation Utah Humanities Margaret Wirth Michael Rubin and Sarah Woolsey

$500-$999 Ken Barfield Jerome & Jewelee Bennett Cal and Laura Boardman Mark Boschert and Maureen Giggey Carolyn Braza Kathleen Cahill John and Wendy Carver Will and Melissa Connelly Roger and Judith Custodio Anne Cullimore and Ashby Decker in support of the Theatre Student Artist Series Dramatists Guild Fund for the Playwrights’ Lab Dru and Amy Damico Cliff and Sharon Dutcher Marcia Feldkamp and Chuck Norlin Steve and Marin Fogg Mitch Frankel and Cindy Hung Pete Gibbs Roxane Googin Becca and Andrew Hall Stephanie and Tim Harpst Joy Haynes Holland and Hart Ken Jarrell Gerald Krueger Dave and Sandy Lamb Norma W. Matheson Dan McKnight Janice and Aaron Melder Ann and Alan Miller Michaela Mohr Gerry Nichols and Marcia Henderson Ian and Brystal Olson Robin and Gordon Roberts Stephanie Pappas Carolyn Pedone and John Rose Terry Pendley Sonja Penttila and Lewis R. Boynton Pure Water Solutions of America LLC Christine Richman Gary and Joann Rieben Dean Rowell Deepika de Silva and Jeff Black Val and Barbara Singleton Mary Stanley Susan Dolan Stevens

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Sponsors, Friends and Supporters Greg Ruther and Michelle Pickering Amy Wadsworth and David Richardson Elaine Weis Henry Whiteside and Karol Kumpfer Tod and Mary Young William Zwiebel

$250-$499 ABG’s Bar Kent and Lauren Andersen Anonymous Lois and Stephen Baar Maurine Bachman Sylvie Backman David Baglino Larry Barusch Christina Beckwith and Todd Rushton Arleen Bedingfield Judy and Bruce Bell in memory of Robyn Nelson Rick and Janis Bennion Vicki and Bill Bennion Barbara Bentley and Glenn Prestwich Janis Boettinger & Eugene Schupp Sid and Josephine Cowand Rena and Richard D’Souza Peter and Suzanne Dawson Elizabeth and Alan Evensen Spencer & Ann Galt Ray and Harriett Gesteland Naanue Gowan Bruce Granath with Magicspace Entertainment Richard and Anne Harper Colette Herrick and Allan Ainsworth Lee and Audrey Hollaar Jack and Ginger Horwitz Shannon Huff Jacobs and Paul Jacobs Hilary Jacobs and Daniel Schelling Dawn Jensen John Johnson Larry Josie and Pat Fleming Richard Justice Laura and Carol Kaim Donna and John Kimball Kroger Debbie and Brad Layman Harla and Ken MacQueen Noemi and Daniel Mattis Jed and Amy Naisbitt Karen Okabe Kristen Olsen Bill Orchow and Janet Martineau Jeffrey Paris Terry and David Peak

Ken Roach and Cindy Powell Betsy Ross Wallace Ring Sandy and Wilf Rudert Brent Rushton Arnold Sanchez Evan and Lorraine Sanders Osman Sanyer Tina Seferos Sandie and Colby Snook Don and Colleen Sorensen George Severson Kenneth and Claudia Sperling George Sumner and Tina Hose Sonny and Kathy Tangaro Michelle Trush Utah Brewers Cooperative Helga Van Miegroet Vicki Venne Laurie Anne Williams Steve Yockey Marjorie Young Tamara Young

$100-$249 Darian Abegglen Ron Alexander Steven and Beverly Allnatt Kenneth and Julia Ament Debbie and Keith Amundsen Alan Anderson James and Carol Anderson Janet Anderson Anonymous Scott Argeris Larry & Alicia Ashton Kathryn Atwood Vahe Bandarian Barbara Bannon Karin Baumgartner Lola and Zafod Beatlebrox Jane Elizabeth Bell Tracie Belt Ann Bernstein Linda Thorn Bevins in honor of Iraida Santaella and Capt. Benjamin Franklin Thorn USNR Dave Bigelow and Suzanne Marychild Leona Blackbird Ellen Bloedel Dennis and Connie Borup Steve Boulay Nikki Boyer Kathleen Bratcher Mark Brewer Steve Brinton Beth Bruner Debra Buckway Lon and Constance Castleton Rebecca Chavez-Houck Rebecca Christman Carol and David Cise

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Marybeth Clark Joan Coles William and Violet Corkle Thomas and Teri Cowan Mary Cowan-Klein Paul and Penny Dalrymple Bonnie and Bill Daniloff Kathy Davis Denis Deck and Sandra Jones Jeanne DePaulis Lidia Dilello and Derick Loyola Deanna Donaldson Debra and Mark Elstad in memory of Tony Larimer Roger and Linda Faix Lynda Faldmo and Duane Gillman Joree Felker Jan and Stan Foutz Susan and Chuck Furca Thomas Godfrey Kelly and Mitch Goff Barry and Debbie Gomberg Terence Goodman Martin and Glynis Gregory Dave Gribbin Paula and Carlos Guerra Ken Hartner and Michele Taylor Amy Haselhorst and Richard Irons Luckey Heath Janelle Heck Karen Hill Brian Hin Richard Hirschi Matt and Wendy HobsonRohrer Robert Hoffman Elaine Jarvik Janice Jensen Maxine Johnson Taylor Jones Ray and Nora Jordan Traci Kalian Robert and Linda Keiter Safia and Lester Keller Karen and Steven Kelley David Kliger and Phyllis Mandel Susan Krussell Kyle Lamalfa Billie Gay Larson Vicky Larsen Lynne and Charles Lawler Roger and Julia Lester Katherine Liddle Gary and Sandra Lindstrom Terry and Wendee Long Jenny Lowe Kathleen Lukken and Mike Vaughan John Mackey & Leslie Sieburth Edward and Heidi Makowski

Theresa Martinez Dudley McIlhenny Jeff and Alana Metcalf Rose Ann Milano and Joe Dayney Sally Milbank Janet Miller Melinda Mitchell Ken Morgan and Nancy Douglas Preston and Sandra Motes Peter and Nicole Mouskondi Dorothy Mullins Dianne and Clay Northrop Terri O’Toole Ann Olsen Nancy Parker William and Mary Ann Payne April and Michael Pheysey Zack Phifer Christy and James Pickens Jana Ramacher Lisa and Mike Rasmussen Chad and Carrie Rau Blake Reese Christine Rice Chuck Richardson John Ritter Shannon Robert John Robbins Hal and Kathleen Robins Ira Rubinfeld and Willamarie Huelskamp Charles Saltzman and Ingrid Nygaard Heather and Neil Sarin Mark Schneider Pamela Schroeder Bill and Martha Scott Jill and Richard Sheinberg Oren Shepherd Janet Silotti Margo Simmons Jill Smith Kim and Mark Spragg Sean and Mary Steinmann Frank and Vickie Steffey Scott Stites Jim Struve and Jeff Bell Douglas Tate Herta Teitelbaum Douglas Tilton Wanda Updike Charlie and Eve Vincent Brad and Kathy Wallin Mary Ware Becky Whipple Jackie Winter Carl Wolfram Lisa Woodbury Jody Wong Holly and Paul Yakunich Patrick Zwick

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Sponsors, Friends and Supporters $50 to $99 Hans Albertson and Roberta Melis Judith Amsel Mandy Anger Reshma Arrington Kyla Asmar Laura Ault Lori Ball John and Joyce Barnes Mary Barnes Blaire Bennion and Evan Benott Donald and Cynthia Benson Gary and Paulette Birdsall Lasse Boelius Ronald Bollinger Shauna Bona Alison Bond Michael Brumbaugh Paul Bruno Mary and Tony Caputo Dick Carlson Craig Cheney and Frencie Barber Su Chon Liz Cole Mich Combs Terry Cononelos Michael Cooke Hilary Coon Kathy Crismon Kellee Curfew Marty Custen Cassia Dippo Edna Elkins in memory of Bryan Eldredge and for professional children’s theatre Rick and Lynne Elliott Fraser Ellis Ted and Susan Fall Valerie Fisher Alan and Lynda Fletcher in honor of Bryan Eldredge Allene and Robert Fowler Douglas and Janice Frost Kim Frost Irene Fryer Anita Gander Lynda Geddes Barbara and William Gelegotis Claudia and Scott Gerard Maddie Gezon Sheryl Gillilan Sheryl and Michael Ginsberg Cynthia Godsey Bill and Virgina Gowski Thomas and Laurie Harvey Pam Hashimoto Karen Hyde Jean Irwin Sheryl and Robert Ivey Evelyn Jimerson Christine Jones and Muriel Schmid Jeanne L. and Grant S. Kesler

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Gene Klatt Lynne Kraus Loren M. Kroenke Thomas Kursar Richard and Connie Larrabee Lynette Layman Bob Leibowitz Sylvia Lell Ingie Lignell Jessie Marker Bill and Jean Martin Harriet Mazer Karen McArthur and Bernard Grosser Kathleen McDermott James McNeel Elliott and Kathy Merrill Adrianne and Marty Moore Brenda Moore Gary and Lynda Oderda Virginia and Stanley Oleszek Robert and Marilynn Paine Anne Elizabeth Palmer John M. Parrish Spencer Potter Dick and Jean Raybould Erika Rebentisch Becky Roberts Shawn Robinson Patrick Rogers Lynn Rohland Maire Rosol Robert Rudd and Pam Phillips William Sartain and Shannon McCann Peggy J Saunders Joanne Sayre and Michele Backes Fred Schwab Susan Sheppard Marguerite Slayman Terrell Smith Karen Stam Emilie Starr Lori Stratton Mary Thirkill Steve Toner United Way of Salt Lake Roger Vanandel Doug Vilven Mary Vitullo Kevin Werner and Christian Dimaano Jenny Wilson Hugh Zumbro

$49 and under Erika Ahlin Von Allen Wendy Anderson Karen and David Anson in Honor of Karen Nielsen-Anson’s 30 years of contributions to live theatre in Utah and the McGillis School Michael and Julie Archer

Orly Ardon Jeanne Audiss Stephanie Babalis Alexis Baigue P.R. Banks Katherine Barrus Walter Beam Jan Beggs Susan Boevers Roger and Cindy Bon Brad Boren Victoria and Robert Bourns Jason Bowcutt Casey Bowthorpe Sam Brings Rachel Bublitz Sherry Butler Tony Campisi Amanda Caraway Leslie Carey Penny and John Caywood Tina Cerling Marcie and Russ Collett Dennis M. Cook Susan Corth Bruce Couch Joseph Davis Kim Davison Dr. Anna Day Julie Delong Aida Detry Jorji Diaz Susan Dillon Marilyn Domenick Elizabeth Drinkaus Lori Dunn Natalia Efros Jennifer Eshelman Paula Espinoza Stefan Espinosa and Vanessa Ballam Barbara Fadel Kyle Fadel Rick and Marla Fadel John Fischer Cameron Fleck Anthony Fleming Paula Fowler Rachel and Ryan Glad Kristi Glotzbach Sara Green Susan Hafen Alexandra Harbold Amy Henderson Susan Hermance Kay & Jodie Hunt Kim and Eric Irvine Chloe Jensen Tom Jensen Jerry and Carol Jenson Kelsie Jepsen Brenda and Casey Johnson Raina Jones Maile Kali Roxanne Kammerer Natalie Keezer Marlene Kirkpatrick Wynde Klauer

Kristen Langelier Melissa Leilani Larson Robert Lawrence Ben and Katie Lieberman Henry Lieberman Kate Little Tito Livas Eb Madson Angela Mastaloudis Britney Mellen Nancy Mesner Toni Montrone Dave Mortensen Jed and Lana Musgrave Dr. Maria Nemethy Jennie Nicholls-Smith Jill Nutting Patricia Offermann Ross Owen Shelley Page Tyler Palo Tina Parker Roly Pearson Carolyn Person Caroline Pinney Ruth Ann Poole Carol Prince Diana Ragsdale Sari Rauscher William and Sandra Roberts Phyllis Safman Staci Sain Debra and Art Sandack Susan Sandack Sue Savage and Bruce Sakashita Ingrid Schmidt Maureen Shields Sarah Shippobotham Marilyn Smith and Bob Grant Len Smith Tanya Smith Amir Soltani David Spencer Cassandra Stokes-Wylie Ann and Terry St. Peter Kathryn Tonkovich Amy Torman Kathleen Tschishow Marjorie Tucker Rex Underwood Rebecca Utz Julie and Robert Ward Nicky and Alex Wight Robin Wilks Dunn Gretchen Windt Carol Withrow Family Trust Gail Wix Gloria Wurst Betty Yanowitz

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Salt Lake Acting Company 2017/2018 Cynthia Fleming

Executive Artistic Director

Janice Jenson

Producing Director

Nick Fleming

Shannon Musgrave

Associate Artistic Director

John Downing

Business Manager

Accountant/Human Resources

Natalie Keezer

Executive Assistant

Merry Magee, Adriana Lemke, Cassandra Stokes-Wylie Marketing & Audience Development

McKenzie Barkdull, Beret Brems, Kallie Erickson, Aaron Eskelson , Connor Johnson, McCall Kirby, Molly Levine, Savannah Moffat, Mary-Helen Pitman, Topher Rasmussen, Latoya Rhodes, Lane Richins, Tahra Veasley, Hayden Warzek House Managers & Front of House Staf f

Erik Reichert

William Peterson

Construction Supervisor

Master Electrician

Aaron Hoenig, Claudia Escobar Audio Engineer

Cade Beck, Rachael Harned Light Board Operator

Megan Branson, Lilly Smith Scenic Artists

Quimby Roundy, Mike Abu, Heidi Frank Jacob Hunt, Mistelle Magnusson, Wardrobe Steve Parkinson Cade Beck, Graham Melton, Carpenters David Anthony-Ken De Carolis Electricians

David Evanoff, J. T. Rogers 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

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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

Gerry Nichols

Jerome F. Bennett

Shannon Roberts

Bruce Granath

Angela Romero

Brett Johnson

George Severson

Lisa Killpack

Terence K. Stephens

DFG/Scott Sports Realty Experts

MagicSpace Entertainment StorageCraft Technology Nu Skin

Kyle Mantas Wells Fargo Bank

NJRA Architects KSL TV

Sorenson Unity Center ABC 4 / CW 30

ART 270 Gallery

Barbara Tharp

Miller Sports Properties

Shannon McCann LCSW

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GREEN ROOM GALLERY

Salt Lake Acting Company is elated to continue our partnership with Art Access during the run of SATURDAY’S VOYEUR 2018. The mission of Art Access is to build a diverse and inclusive arts community in Utah through creative opportunities for people with disabilities and other marginalized communities, and through public engagement in the arts. Through their various arts programs, such as professional development for artists with disabilities, "Capitol Voyeur Reef" by Kandace Steadman. Integrated Arts residencies in schools, and art therapy for survivors of sexual abuse, Art Access serves over 18,000 adults and children each year. Art Access is proud to present ‘Welcome to Utah’ by Kandace Steadman and Chauncey Secrist, featuring mixed media collages playing on two of Utah’s most (in) famous features: the red rock of Southern Utah, and the LDS Church. Using pages from Utah history books and iconic National Park imagery, these artists playfully rearrange the sanitized images of Utah to expose something below the surface. This work is “a goodnatured play on local cultures and archetypes.” (Chauncey Secrist), “No rock surfaces were defaced in the making of this art.” (Kandace Steadman).

Terence K. Stephens is a native of Utah. He graduated from the University of Utah in 1981 in Fine Arts. He then pursued an art career in Washington, D.C., Seattle and San Francisco where he did design work for high end retailers, had art exhibitions and painted murals. Several years ago Terence returned to Utah where he opened an art gallery, Art 270, in downtown Salt Lake City, from 2014-2017. He showcased a variety of local artists, lecturers, dancers, performers and taught art classes. He is now a regular citizen continuing to create art about nature, animals and people.

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For Our Audience

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

Tickets:

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.

Ticket Exchanges:

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

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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Saturday's Voyeur 2018  

40th Anniversary Salt Lake Acting Company

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40th Anniversary Salt Lake Acting Company

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