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Table of Contents Welcome���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 6 SATURDAY'S VOYEUR.............................................................................. 7 Acknowledgements............................................................................... 8 Scenes & Songs.................................................................................. 12 Cast of Characters.............................................................................. 10 Who’s Who������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������16 University Professional Theatre Program............................................. 31 Green Room Gallery............................................................................ 33 47th Season 2017-18........................................................................... 34 Sponsors, Friends and Supporters...................................................... 36 Salt Lake Acting Company Staff�����������������������������������������������������������40 Board of Trustees��������������������������������������������������������������������������������41 Corporate Partners.............................................................................. 43 For Our Audience��������������������������������������������������������������������������������44

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After seeing a sneak peek of SATURDAY’S VOYEUR, Frank Whitby sent this email to me: “Theater artists must persist against all odds, exercise their craft, and create satire. You must shape a better world. Thank you for all you do at SLAC.” This email filled my heart with appreciation for SATURDAY’S VOYEUR. This musical satire allows us to be brave and inspire change. This is especially critical in our current political climate when authentic voices are silenced and integrity seems to not matter. Most importantly, SATURDAY’S VOYEUR creates the space for all of us to come together and, for a few hours, laugh in the midst of it all. Thank you for joining us. The magic that permeates SLAC, both onstage and off, begins with you. On behalf of our entire staff, we extend our gratitude to you for helping us break the record for our subscriber and attendance numbers this season. We are honored by your faith in us and your choice to spend the evening (the season, the years) with us. Welcome to the Shit Show, my friends. Мы любим тебя! (We love you!) Cynthia Executive Artistic Director

SLAC Staff: Back to Front-Emilie Starr, Shannon Musgrave, Merry Magee, Nick Fleming, Christian Stringham, Cynthia Fleming, Erika Ahlin, Natalie Keezer, Janice Jenson, Adriana Lemke, Amy Ware, Olivia Custodio (not pictured).

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presents

SATURDAY'S VOYEUR 2017 The Sh*t Show

Director/Choreographer

Cynthia Fleming Musical Director

Michael Leavitt Playwright

Allen Nevins Song Lyrics

Nancy Borgenicht Set Design

Light Design

Costume Design Projection Design

Michael Horejsi James M. Craig** Heidi Ortega Sound Design

Shea Madson Stage Manager

Jennie Pett*

Production Stage Manager

Janice Jenson*

Jesse Portillo**

Asst. Director/ Choreographer

Shannon Musgrave

1st Assistant Stage Manager

Martin C. Alcocer*

2nd Assistant Stage Manager

Kelsey Petersen*

JUNE 21 – AUGUST 27, 2017 * Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States **The lighting and projection designers of SATURDAY'S VOYEUR 2017 are represented by United Scenic Artists Local USA 829 of the IATSE


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) Funds Salt Lake County Cultural Facilities Support Program National Endowment for the Arts Utah Division of Arts & Museums Salt Lake City Arts Council The Shubert Foundation, Inc. Emma Eccles Jones Foundation George S. & Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation B.W. Bastian Foundation John & Marcia Price Family Foundation 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 R. Harold Burton Foundation The Richard K. & Shirley S. Hemingway Foundation Henry W. & Leslie M. Eskuche Foundation Utah Humanities Weinholtz Family Foundation Whittenburg Foundation The Dramatists Guild Fund

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Cast of Characters ERIC LEE BROTHERSON*................................................... Jason Chaffetz, Ensemble JUSTIN IVIE* ..................................................Tim, Olga Transvestivich, Agent Smith BECKY JEANNE...................................................................Alexa, Rosarita, Ensemble JILLIAN JOY.............................................Vulva Tartnoya, Melania Trump, Ensemble DAN LARRINAGA.............................................. Sterling Cannon Young Snow Smith, Boris Badenoff, Agent Wesson EB MADSON.............................................. Vladimir Putin, Frank Phooey, Ensemble WILLIAM RICHARDSON ....................................................... Dr. Bornstein, Ensemble EMILIE STARR......................................................Irena Gucme Gucciferinov, Covfefe, Ensemble CASSANDRA STOKES-WYLIE*.................................Bett Bogus, Slutisha Slutsekin, Misty Dew Harlan, Marla Maples, Ensemble CJ STRONG*.......................................................................Buddy Holly, Natasha Fatal, Kellyanne Conway KATRYNA WILLIAMS............................................................................. Siri, Ensemble ANNETTE WRIGHT............................................................ Margaret “Peggy” Slough, Lenya Coldwarovich, Orrin Hatch, Ivana Trump

The Band

MICHAEL LEAVITT...................................................................... Conductor/Keyboard NICK FLEMING..............................................................................................Guitar/Bass SPENCER KELLOGG.........................................................................Saxophone/Guitar * 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 2

THE DAY AFTER THE ELECTION (NOVEMBER 9, 2016)

DAY AFTER THE INAUGURATION (JANUARY 21, 2017)

OPENING

Inaugural Pie

American Lie

SCENE – THE FLEA

Trump is True American Lie #2

SCENE – TRUMPKINS

Song of the Trumpkins

SCENE – REAL FAKE NEWS I Am Blue

SCENE – THE WOMAN IN YOUR LIFE Everyday The Woman You Know Livin’ La Mar-a-Loco?

END OF ACT I

SCENE – OUR DEVICES Let Them Cry Siri & Alexa

SCENE – CONGRESSMAN DUMBSHITZ Treason

SCENE – TRUE FACTS

The Russian Connection Drain the Swamp!

SCENE – LATER Vox Populi

SCENE – ...LATER

Donald’s Coming

SCENE – ......LATER

One Night in Salt Lake

END OF ACT 2

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SCENES & SONGS ACT 3 99 DAYS AFTER THE INAUGURATION

SCENE – THE KLEPTOCRATES

SCENE – LIE A LOT

SCENE – JASON’S COT

SCENE – MAINTENANCE

Bye, Bye

SCENE – STREET LIGHT SERENADE Nobody Doos You Better Orrin is Forever From Putin with Love

Lies A Lot

Coldfinger

SCENE – THE WIVES Bad Choices Pie #5 Pie Cried

SCENE – THE SH*T SHOW

END OF ACT 3

SCENE – COVFEFE

CURTAIN CALL

Who You Gotta Call?

Because I Can, Can, Can

The cast, production team, and staff of Saturday's Voyeur 2017

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IN REMEMBRANCE Jenessa Bowen Saturday’s Voyeur 2017 is in memory of Jenessa Bowen. Salt Lake Acting Company was lucky enough to have Jenessa grace our stage regularly. She continually blew us away with her energy, generosity and raw talent. Jenessa was an important member of the SLAC family, and a huge part of Utah’s theatre community. We love your guts, Jenessa! I CAN HELP YOU SELL YOUR HOME SO YOU CAN MOVE TO RUSSIA. WE HAVE GOOD VODKA, (BUT NO CHEETOS)

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WHO’S WHO ERIC LEE BROTHERSON* is celebrating his 19th year in

Actor’s Equity, and is thrilled to be in his 2nd Voyeur at SLAC, having performed in it last year. He just returned from Arizona for Arizona Theatre Company’s 50th Anniversary production of FIDDLER ON THE ROOF. 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 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 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.

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

thrilled be a part of SLAC’s 46 the season! SLAC audiences will recognize Justin from his eight previous appearances in the cast of SATURDAY’S VOYEUR; as Dev in STUPID FUCKING BIRD and as Jones in 2010’s TOO MUCH MEMORY. He has also served as Stage Manager for three recent SLAC shows, and directed SLAC’s readings of GRANT & TWAIN 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 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).

BECKY JEANNE is thrilled to be returning as part of the 2017

Saturday’s Voyeur cast! Becky has performed in almost 40 productions at several theaters across the Wasatch front; this being her 2nd with SLAC. A few of her most memorable roles have been The Drowsy Chaperone in THE DROWSY CHAPERONE, Elizabeth Benning in YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN, and her most

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WHO’S WHO recent role as The Housekeeper in Utah Opera’s 2017 production of MAN OF LA MANCHA. Becky can also be seen at the Natural History Museum of Utah doing live learning presentations and shows where she works as an actor and show manager. Becky is honored to again be a part of this irreverent and zany original production with such a crazy talented crew!

JILLIAN JOY is very excited to pop her SLAC cherry by joining

the cast of Voyeur! Theatrically, Jillian was recently seen along the Wasatch Front as Anita in WEST SIDE STORY at CPT, being dragged to her death in MAN OF LA MANCHA with Utah Opera, and creepily selling flowers in Español in A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE at the Grand. In March she completed filming on the feature film “Time Freak.” You may also recognize her latest commercial role as the Voila Mattress Angel. She would like to thank the production team for involving her in the wild and crazy show.

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WHO’S WHO DAN LARRINAGA is

beyond thrilled to do another Voyeur after a 15-year hiatus. He was last seen at SLAC in last year’s Playwrights’ Lab in support of Hansol Jung’s WILD GOOSE DREAMS. Other credits at SLAC include BIG LOVE, NAPOLEON’S CHINA and of course a few wild summers in SATURDAY’S VOYEUR. Dan’s most recent stage time has been performing many fun shows at the Desert Star Theatre in Murray. Outside of Utah, he has performed nationally and internationally in such shows as SOUTH PACIFIC with Jamie Farr, DREAM TIME! at the Ed Sullivan Theatre in NYC, ALL ABOARD!...AND THEN SOME in Philadelphia, and OF MICE AND MEN in Europe. And not long ago, he did a cruise ship gig with Holland America. Larrinaga is a native of Utah where his favorite credits include: RAT PACK REMEMBERED, TAKING WALES, EURYDICE, CAROUSEL, HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS, BIG LOVE, AND FOREVER PLAID, among many others. Dan spent one expensive year at NYU’s Graduate Film program and he holds a BA in English from the University of Utah.

EB MADSON is

incredibly excited to be returning for his 5th Voyeur. Eb started his acting career as an improv actor when he was sixteen performing with local improv troupes Quick Wits, Laugh Match, 3.2 improv, Off the Cuff, and is original founding member of Off the Wall Improv & Improv Against

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WHO’S WHO Humanity in Ogden. Eb went on and received his BFA from the University of Utah Actor Training Program (Go Utes). He continued to get his Master’s in Make Believe (MFA) from Ohio University. In 2012 Eb received the James Whitmore Award for his work with the Peterborough Players in New Hampshire. Since last year Eb has continued to work at his friends theater in Ogden, The Ziegfeld. You may of seen him there or in Park City as Seymour in LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS or as Snoopy in YOU’RE A GOOD MAN CHARLIE BROWN. He is also looking forward to seeing himself on HBO in the upcoming mini-series Mosaic. Favorite past roles include: SATURDAY’S VOYEUR (Moroni, Mike Lee, Gayle, Lucy, Baden, and Buddha), WAR IS F#CKING AWESOME (Hitler, Bean, Brit), STUART LITTLE (Stuart Little), MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (Dogberry), THE SEAGULL (Treplev), THE CHERRY ORCHARD ( Yepikhodov), BALTIMORE WALZ (The Third Man), MAN =MAN (Gayly Gay), THE CRIPPLE OF INISHMANN (Johnny Pateen), ANCESTRAL VOICES (Timmy), YOU’RE A GOOD MAN CHARLIE BROWN (Charlie Brown), YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN (Igor), DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS (Freddy Benson), and DOG SEES GOD (CB). Eb would like to thank his Mom and Dad, as well as Meg, Amber, Zac, Shea and all the Ziggy’s up north for their love and support. He’s also like to thank SLAC for always letting him come and play every summer, and making it a part of his home. For more on Eb visit ebmadson.com.

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WHO’S WHO WILLIAM RICHARDSON

is all wet to pop his VOYEUR cherry! Previous credits at SLAC include Stuart in TOO MUCH MEMORY (Regional Premiere); ‘Old Blindy’ in BLEEDING HEARTS (NPSS Reading); Godlee/Pillage in THE HARVEY GIRLS (Fringe Reading); as well as Gandry in READY, STEADY, YETI, GO! and Michael in SILENT DANCER the last two years of Playwright’s Lab. Earlier this year, he played Anselmo in MAN OF LA MANCHA and sang tenor in LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR with Utah Opera. B.A. Musical Theatre, Weber State University. You can check out more of his work at theatrebywill.com.

EMILIE STARR is a

successful starving actress in Utah and she has performed all over the state. She is excited to be a part of VOYEUR for the 3rd time. Some of her favorite roles include, Fly in DIARY OF A WORM A SPIDER AND A FLY, Zooey in MR. PERFECT & Juliet in R&J STAR CROSSED DEATH MATCH all with Salt Lake Acting Company, Richardis in Virtue with Plan B. Diane in NEXT TO NORMAL with the Ziegfeld Theatre, Cavale in COWBOY MOUTH with Good Company Theatre and Alice in CLOSER with Wasatch Theatre. She also has performed in Intermountain’s LIVE WELL TOUR where she has traveled to elementary schools all over the state teaching kids about eating healthy and staying active. In her spare time she works full time at Salt Lake Acting Company on their marketing and

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CASSANDRA STOKES-WYLIE* is thrilled to be back at SLAC

for the third time this season after having played Alyson Moss in HARBUR GATE and Tanya in BULL SHARK ATTACK. Other favorite theater credits include: IN A TILTED PLACE; A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM; IN THE NEXT ROOM, OR THE VIBRATOR PLAY; PRIDE AND PREJUDICE; THE EXIT INTERVIEW; THE CRUCIBLE; CHEAT and THE TURN OF THE SCREW. She understudied and performed with the Milwaukee Repertory Theater, has a BFA in Acting from the University of Utah and currently lives in New York City.

CJ STRONG* received a BFA in Theatre Performance from

Westminster College in Salt Lake City, UT. CJ was last seen as Trenner in Pioneer Theatre Company’s production of WOMEN IN JEOPARDY! Some credits include: A BRIGHT NEW BOISE (Alex); SEX WITH STRANGERS (Ethan); CARRIE - THE MUSICAL (Tommy); CIRCLE MIRROR TRANSFORMATION (James); GYPSY (Tulsa); A CHRISTMAS CAROL (Dick Wilkins); GODSPELL (John the Baptist); THE TEMPEST


WHO’S WHO (Ferdinand); The National Premiere of ZORRO: THE MUSICAL (Gypsy). Film & Television: Disney Channel’s ANDI MACK (Kip); Netflix’s DEIDRA AND LANEY ROB A TRAIN (Wally); H8RZ (Meat Head); David Archuleta’s “EVERYBODY HURTS” Music Video (Boyfriend). CJ is a proud member of Actor’s Equity Association. “All that is good and important in the world takes work, hard work, and everything else is jive.”

KATRYNA WILLIAMS is thrilled to be back at SLAC after having

had the opportunity to take part in the Playwrights Lab this year, where she worked on Kathleen Cahill’s newest play: SILENT DANCER. She is a rising senior in the Actor Training Program at the University of Utah. University Credits include: TWO NOBLE KINSMEN (First Queen), SELF DEFENSE OR DEATH OF SOME SALESMAN (Leanne), & AMERICAN IDIOT (Alysha/Leslie). Katryna is also a member of the Salt Lake based devised theatre company WHOS LOUIS and has had the opportunity to create work for the Kennedy Center American Theatre Festival, Great Salt Lake Fringe, and the Grand Opening Eccles Theatre.

ANNETTE WRIGHT is back! Playing Heavenly Mother in Voyeur

last summer was SA FUN, I decided to go another round! I have performed in many of the theaters around town since 1989 and in a variety of film work since the late 90s, but working at SLAC is a JOY. My last show at SLAC besides Saturdays Voyeur was BLOODY, BLOODY, ANDREW JACKSON, and before that MOONLIGHT AND MAGNOLIAS and WAIT by Julie Jensen. I love performing and making audiences laugh. Thank you to all of the subscribers for your support, it makes coming back to the stage easy!

ALLEN NEVINS (Playwright) has been writing for SATURDAY’S VOYEUR the last 29 years. He came to 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 Salt Lake Acting Company, for which they received the UAF Mayors Award for the Performing Arts and also the Governor’s Award for the Arts. 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 Salt Lake Acting Company. After 39 years Saturday’s Voyeur remains an outlet for discourse, dissent, irreverent humor, cheap shots at elected officials; and of course, political in-correctness in all its forms.

NANCY BORGENICHT (Lyricist) has been part of The Salt Lake Acting Company since 1974. She served as Co-Executive Producer with Allen Nevins from 1993-2005 and as Interim Executive Producer for the 2009-2010 Season. She

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WHO’S WHO received the Mayor’s Award for the Arts in 1999 and accepted for SLAC the Governor’s Award for the Arts in 2001. Her directing credits for SLAC include ANGELS IN AMERICA, WHITE MAN DANCING, OLEANNA, WOMEN AND WALLACE, CABBIES, COWBOYS ANDTHE TREE OF THE WEEPING VIRGIN, and SATURDAY’S VOYEUR from 1993 to 2003. She conceived and created SATURDAY’S VOYEUR in 1978.

CYNTHIA FLEMING (Director/

Choreographer, 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 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 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.

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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


WHO’S WHO FLEDERMAUS, AMAHL AND THE NIGHT VISITORS, LE NOZZE DE FIGARO, SMOKEY JOE’S CAFE, OKLAHOMA, AIDA, GUYS AND DOLLS, and more.

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.

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designed the lighting for more than 50 shows at Salt Lake Acting Company since 1997, most recently for HAND TO GOD, WINTER, SATURDAY’S VOYEUR 2016, STUPID F**KING BIRD, TRIBES, BLACKBERRY WINTER, SATURDAY’S VOYEUR 2015, and MR. PERFECT. He has also designed lights for Plan-B Theatre, Utah Contemporary Theatre, Utah Musical Theatre, The Egyptian Theatre Company, Peery’s Egyptian Theatre, Odyssey Dance Theatre, The Grand Theatre, Weber State University, The Emily Company, Georgia Shakespeare Festival, Virginia Stage Company, The Generic Theatre, Little Theatre of the Rockies, U of U Youth Theatre, U of U Lyric Opera Ensemble, The Sundance Film Festival and Theatre Inc. Currently Jim is the Technical

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WHO’S WHO Director for the Park City Institute. He holds a BS in Theatre from Weber State University, and is a member of United Scenic Artists Local 829. http:// jamesmcraig.tumblr.com

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

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(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 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

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WHO’S WHO and her crazy children for all the snuggle time.

JESSE PORTILLO (Projection

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 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.

SHEA MADSON (Sound Design) is

so excited to be back designing at SLAC! Some of her recent design credits are ECLIPSED , SELF DEFENSE , ANIMAL FARM (U of U), TRIBES, ARTDOG, and SATURDAY’S VOYUER 2015 (SLAC),YOU’RE A GOOD MAN CHARLIE BROWN (Salt Lake Shakespeare) RAPTURE BLISTER BURN, I’LL EAT YOU LAST (SLAC) and BLUE STOCKINGS (U of U). She has also worked on SWEET CHARITY(Pioneer Theater). She would like to thank all of her family and friends for their love and support.

NICK FLEMING (Guitar/Bass) is

band! He plays guitar in Show Me Island (ska) and Wicked Bears (punk). You can find their music on Spotify! When not playing music, Nick spends his time in the Salt Lake Acting Company Box Office where he loves to exchange your tickets.

SPENCER KELLOGG (Saxophone/

Guitar) is very excited to be joining Salt Lake Acting Company for the first time. Spencer is a multiinstrumentalist specializing in the woodwind and guitar families. Spencer attended college at Keene State College in New Hampshire and the University of Utah where he received his BA in Jazz Performance. During his college years he studied classical and jazz saxophone, along with jazz composition. He also performed with their respective wind ensembles, big bands, saxophone quartets, duets, and jazz combos. For the past 23 years he has played for conventions, weddings, funerals, music festivals, arts festivals, clubs, bars, and many special events. Spencer has performed with a plethora of bands spanning most genres of music. He is constantly ready to jump in when called upon and join the musical conversation happening on stage. Spencer lived in New England for 22 of the first 24 years of his life and while doing so he played all over New Hampshire, Maine, Boston, and NYC. The last 17 years has led Spencer to perform throughout Utah, Nevada, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, and northern Arizona. He is looking forward to this next chapter in his musical career.

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WHO’S WHO JANICE JENSON* (Production Stage

Manager) is excited to be returning to stage manage her seventh SATURDAY’S VOYEUR. She has stage managed many SLAC favorites over the past five years, including TRIBES, MR. PERFECT, RAPTURE, BLISTER, BURN, 4000 MILES, GRANT & TWAIN, GOOD PEOPLE, THE EXIT INTERVIEW, HOW TO MAKE A ROPE SWING, BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON, COURSE 86B IN THE CATALOGUE, DOTTIE: THE SISTER LIVES ON, GOD OF CARNAGE and CIRCLE MIRROR TRANSFORMATION. Previously, Janice stage managed for Dark Horse Theatre Company and the Egyptian and assisted stage managed at Tuacahn Center for the Arts and Plan B. Janice is a graduate of BYU and recently graduated with her Masters in Community Leadership from Westminster College. Janice also serves as both Producing Director and prop designer for Salt Lake Acting Company. She would like to thank Max for his support.

JENNIE PETT* (Stage Manager) is

excited to be working with Salt Lake Acting Company for the first time! Previous credits this year include MARY AND MYRA, ELEEMOSYNARY and SILENT SKY (PYGmalion Theater Company). She was involved in THE GREAT SALT LAKE FRINGE 2016 and WIT (Wasatch Theatre Company). In years past, she also Stage Managed SELMA 65, REMINGTON & WEASEL, HELLMAN V. MCCARTHY and MOTHERHOOD OUT LOUD, all for PYGmalion Theater Company. She would like to thank her family for all the love and support.

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SHANNON MUSGRAVE (Assistant

Director/Choreographer, Associate Artistic Director) has called SLAC her artistic home since 2008 and has been in her current position as Associate Artistic Director since 2014. Local directing credits include GIDION’S KNOT (Pinnacle Acting Company), HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE (Great Salt Lake Fringe Festival), and SLAC’s readings of BLEEDING HEARTS by Steve Yockey and LAURA AND THE SEA by Kate Tarker. This marks Shannon’s fourth year assistant directing SATURDAY’S VOYEUR. (She appeared in the cast from 2009 – 2011.) She also assistant directed SLAC’s production of STUPID F***ING BIRD and is looking forward to directing SLAC’s production of Steve Yockey’s MERCURY this fall. Shannon holds her BA in Musical Theatre from Weber State University and her MA in Arts Management from American University in Washington D.C. In her time there, she worked in the Artistic Development department of Arena Stage, as a directing apprentice for the Kennedy Center’s Directing Intensive: Developing the New Play, and as the Executive Chair for American University’s Emerging Arts Leaders Symposium – a day-long conference for young arts leaders from around the country, produced in conjunction with National Arts Advocacy Day.

MARTIN C. ALCOCER* (Assistant

Stage Manager) is a senior in the Stage Management program at the University of Utah and is excited to be returning to SLAC! Previous credits as Assistant Stage Manager include, PUCCINI’S LA RONDINE (U of U School of Music), HELLO, DOLLY! (Kingsbury

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WHO’S WHO Hall), I’LL EAT YOU LAST..., SATURDAY’S VOYEUR 2016 (Salt Lake Acting Co), THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO, AND OLIVER! (Pioneer Theatre Company). Stage Management credits include THE TWO NOBLE KINSMEN (Babcock Theatre), SELF DEFENSE, OR DEATH OF SOME SALESMEN (Studio 115), TWELFTH NIGHT (Salt Lake Shakespeare), THE STINKY CHEESE MAN, THUMBELINA (University of Utah Youth Theatre) and multiple readings here at SLAC. Martin would like to thank everyone that has been there for him as he enters his final year at the U.

KELSEY PETERSEN* (Assistant Stage Manager) is happy to be joining SLAC for this season’s production of Saturday’s Voyeur. She recently returned from Conway, Arkansas where she spent the summer as the Production Stage Manager at the Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre. Previous AST productions include: WEST SIDE STORY, FIDDLER ON THE ROOF, ROMEO AND JULIET, and THE MERCHANT OF VENICE. Other selected credits include SWING! THE MUSICAL and THE MARVELOUS WONDERETTES at the Little Theatre of the Rockies; LET’S TWIST AGAIN, URBAN COWBOYS, and BY GERSHWIN at the Florida Studio Theatre; and AMERICAN IDIOT and THE LIAR at the University of Iowa Department of Theatre and Dance. She is a graduate of The University of Iowa Stage Management MFA Program and currently resides in Salt Lake City, UT. SALT LAKE ACTING COMPANY

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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, and the Edgerton Foundation, among others. SLAC operates under a SPT Actors Equity Association contract and is a Constituent Member of Theatre Communications Group (a national organization for nonprofit professional regional theatres), and the National New Play Network (a national alliance of non-profit professional theatres that champions the development, production, and continued life of new plays). 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.

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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 2017, we would like to welcome Katryna Williams, Martin C. Alcocer, Gavin Yehle, and Daniel Garner as a part of the University Professional Theatre Program.

From Left to Right: Daniel Garner, Katryna Williams, Gavin Yehle, and Martin C. Alcocer

"My hope from this program is to continue working and building professional connections in the theatre community. This is the career path I want to be in, and with ever changing technology, it is important to network as much as possible while learning as much as you can." – Daniel Garner | Light Board Operator | Weber State University "The experience of working with a professional team (actors, designers, directors, SMs, etc. ) and being held to a professional standard is invaluable as a student. To be able to graduate with the knowledge of how a professional theatre works and have the skills to excel as an actress is the amazing benefit of this program." – Katryna Williams | Actor | University of Utah "I see this opportunity as a good way to start building up a working relationship with Salt Lake Acting Company, in order to help me gain more career opportunities once I graduate from the U." – Gavin Yehle | Sound Board Operator | University of Utah "I think this program will better help me become a valuable, skillful worker and collaborator in my chosen career path, as a Stage Manager, upon graduation as I enter the workforce." Martin C. Alcocer | Assistant Stage Manager | University of Utah

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GREEN ROOM Our Green Room Gallery is a collective endeavor between community and artists. This space allows us to offer a variety of diverse visual perspectives from local artists based on inspiration found from themes raised onstage. In keeping with SLAC’s mission to nurture our local, creative community, we celebrate these reinforcements born between the visual and performing arts. All sales go directly to the exhibiting artist. Throughout the run of SATURDAY’S VOYEUR 2017 we are beyond thrilled to present work by painter Terence K Stephens. In this show, “Greater Salt Lake”, Stephens portrays the natural beauty and the natural disorder that encompasses this city. There is a charm and an oddness, a perk and a quirk, that are all part of the magnetic pull of the mountains that surround us. There is great food for fodder here in Salt Lake, that nourishes creativity and provokes consternation and makes for great theatre.

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ANNOUNCING

SALT LAKE ACTING COMPANY'S 47TH SEASON SURELY GOODNESS AND MERCY

by Chisa Hutchinson September 6 – October 15, 2017 Director: Alicia Washington Assistant Director: Dee-Dee Darby-Duffin In an under-funded African-American school in Newark, New Jersey, a twelve-year old Bibletoting, motherless outcast with a photographic memory meets a sixty-year old childless woman who works in the school cafeteria. Against all odds, together they teach and learn the real meaning of life.

MERCURY

by Steve Yockey Developed in SLAC’s New Play Sounding Series October 11 – November 12, 2017 Director: Shannon Musgrave Sunlight though the kitchen window… everything looks so lovely. So normal. Just Fine. Everything is just fine. Except that people are disappearing, there’s blood, oceans of blood, bears in the back yard and Mercury is in retrograde. A horror comedy of outrageous proportions.

THE TRUE STORY OF THE 3 LITTLE PIGS!

by Paul Gilvary, Robert Kauzlaric, William Rush based on the book by John Scieszka and Lane Smith Children’s Show Add-On December 1 – 29, 2017 Director/Choreographer: Penelope Caywood There are two sides to every story, and when the Big, Bad Wolf takes the stand in Piggsylvania’s Trial of the Century, he finally gets his say. But whether he’ll get a fair trial in a corrupt piggy court is anyone’s guess. Will the pigs’ splashy puppet show make a puppet out of justice, or is the wolf’s catchy song and dance about a sneeze gone wrong all razzle-dazzle? Enter the jury box and decide the fate of Big ‘n’ Bad in this musical adaptation of the hit children’s book.

HIR

by Taylor Mac February 7 – March 11, 2018 Director: Laley Lippard Chaos reigns in this gender bending comedy about the most dysfunctional family in America. A dishonorably discharged vet returns home to a mother liberated from an oppressive marriage, a sister on “mones” in the process of changing genders, and a father asleep in a clown costume. And nobody is doing the dishes anymore.

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FUN HOME

music by Jeanine Tesori, book & lyrics by Lisa Kron based on the graphic novel by Alison Bechdel April 4 – May 6, 2018 Director: Jason Bowcutt Musical Director: David Evanoff Choreographer: Penelope Caywood This Tony Award-winning musical, set in three stages of a woman’s life, tells a universal detective story about a child’s search to discover what is really going on with her parents as they hold up the perfect family façade. Heart-gripping songs about sexual awakening, repressed emotions, deep secrets, yearning, resentment, love. Home.

SATURDAY’S VOYEUR

by Allen Nevins and Nancy Borgenicht June 27 – September 2, 2018 Director/Choreographer: Cynthia Fleming Celebrate VOYEUR’s 40th birthday! 40 years of satirizing the bizarre realities of this place we lovingly call home. SLAC is the only theatre company in the nation that has a play written for us, about us, every year. Pack your picnic and join the party!

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Edna Elkins in memory of Bryan Eldredge and for professional children’s theatre David Elliott Rick and Lynne Elliott Bijan Fakhrieh Joan Firmage Edward and Sharon Fisher Valerie Fisher Cynthia Fleming Robert Forsey Allene and Robert Fowler Kim Frost John Funk Anita Gander Susan Gardner Lynda Geddes Nada George Claudia and Scott Gerard Sheryl Gillilan Thomas Godfrey Cynthia Godsey Kelly and Mitch Goff Elizabeth Grayston Kim Hale Eric and Linda Hampshire Terry Hansen John and Denise Harja Jacqueline and Weston Harris Kelly Harris $50 to $99 Pam Hashimoto Hans Albertson and Roberta Janelle Heck Melis Michael Higgins Judith Amsel Karen Hill Vicki Andersen Kathryn (Katie) Hoffman-Abby Bruce Aoki Stephanie Howell Kyla Asmar Karen Hyde Lori Ball Sheryl and Robert Ivey Barbara Bannon Rex Jameson John and Joyce Barnes Evelyn Jimerson Mary Barnes Amelia Jones Katherine and Brian Baucom Christine Jones and Muriel Virginia Bazz Schmid Jane Elizabeth Bell Tracy Karp and Jody Heximer William Bennett Laura and Carol Kaim Kurt and Elizabeth Bernhisel Safia and Lester Keller Donald and Cynthia Benson Jeanne L. and Grant S. Kesler Gary and Paulette Birdsall Gene Klatt Leona Blackbird Carolyn Kipp Ronald Bollinger Lynne Kraus Steve Boulay Loren M. Kroenke Kathleen Bratcher Thomas Kursar Paula Breeze Janet Landon Dotti and Gary Brockbank Richard and Connie Larrabee Kathleen Cahill Sylvia Lell Mary and Tony Caputo John Mackey Dick Carlson Edward and Heidi Makowski Craig Cheney and Frencie Barber Michael and Jane Mangelson Scott Christensen Kyle Mantas Craig and Kim Clayson Jessie Marker Terry Cononelos Bill and Jean Martin Kathy Crismon Harriet Mazer Kevin and Danni Czapla Karen McArthur and Bernard Jyl Dickman Grosser Susan Dillon Kathleen McDermott Cassia Dippo James McNeel Brad Dundas David and Johanna McKay Randall Eames Cash Meyerhoffer Carol Edison Rose Ann Milano and Joe Dayney

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Janet Miller Bruce Miya Lisa Monsler Christine Moore Matthew Moore Peter and Nicole Mouskondis Janet Muse Ray Nelson Gary and Lynda Oderda Virginia and Stanley Oleszek Terry Outzen Robert and Marilynn Paine Anne Elizabeth Palmer John M. Parrish Barbara Pence and Harold Koch April and Michael Pheysey Dick and Jean Raybould Polly Reynolds Christine Rice Kathleen Romig Maire Rosol Robert Rudd and Pam Phillips Peggy J Saunders Pamela Schroder Susan Sheppard Terrell Smith Len Smith Elizabeth Smith Russell Speirs Nancy Stevenson Sonny and Kathy Tangaro Herta Teitelbaum Mary Thirkill Steve Toner United Way of Salt Lake Roger Vanandel Tracy Vayo Elizabeth Weight Sally Ware Stephani Widmer Nicky and Alex Wight Ruth Wood Mary Ann Wright Betty Yanowitz Hugh Zumbro

Jan Beggs Ann Bernstein Jim Bird Susan Boevers Roger and Cindy Bon Anita Booher Alla Borisyuk Elizabeth Bowman Casey Bowthorpe Anne L. Brings Sam Brings Janice Broadbent Mary Brown Jennifer Brennen Amy Brunvand Isabelle and Lawrence Buhler Victoria Burgess Jayla Burley Wolfe Caroline Cain Latoya Cameron Tony Campisi Leslie Carey Tina Cerling Rebecca Christman Katherine Coffman Joe Condon Dennis M. Cook Trent Cox Jennifer Coyle Kellee Curfew Isabel Custodio Olivia Custodio Patrick De Freitas Aida Detry Kimberly Deutsch Troy Deutsch Ed and Teresa Dieringer Lily Hye Soo Dixon Marilyn Domenick Elizabeth Drinkaus John Downing Lori Dunn Nicholas Dunn Robin Wilks Dunn Katherine Durrans $49 and under Joey Eccleston Erika Ahlin Lexie Eller Anne Alder and Ken McDougall Jennifer Eshelman Michelle Alexander Paula Espinoza Delia Ann Allen Stefan Espinosa Judith Amsel Daniel Farr Karen and David Anson in Honor John Fischer of Karen Nielsen-Anson’s 30 Anthony Fleming years of contributions to Jeff Fleming live theatre in Utah and the Kathryn Fleming McGillis School Scott Fletcher Orly Ardon April and Mark Fossen Carol Armstrong Paula Fowler Stephanie Atherton and Erik JoLyn Fratto Billetdeaux Douglas and Janice Frost Alexis Baigue Irene Fryer Lori Ball Kathleen Gause Vanessa Ballam William Gowski P.R. Banks Lisa Grant McKenzie Barkdull Martine Green Kirt Bateman Sara Green Walter Beam Nell Gwynn

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Sponsors, Friends and Supporters Jon Hansen Andra Harbold Helen A Harbold Angelina Harward-Collard Audrey Hollaar Lee Hollaar Carol Huffman John and Carolyn Huffman Ellen Ives Kathleen and Stephen Ivey Deborah Jackson Suzan Jensen Janice Jenson Jerry and Carol Jenson Tom Jensen Kelsie Jepsen John Johnson Leola Johnson Gary and Kathryn Jones Catherine Kamrath Roxanne Kammerer Richard Kaplan Natalie Keezer Rachel Kelly Morgann Kesler Marlene Kirkpatrick Kroger Melissa Larson Clarance Law Lawrence Lee Alison Lente

Jillian Lessner Ben and Katie Lieberman Ingie Lignell Kathryn Lindquist and James Moore Tito Livas Elly Mahon Samantha Matsukawa Robert McComas Meghan McCormick Kathleen McDermott Loretta McHugh Dudley McIlhenny Geordie McLeod Anthony Medina Toni Montrone Tamra Moore Jed and Lana Musgrave Shannon Musgrave Mary Navas Calvin and Joan Nelson Renee Olesen Shelley Page Tyler Palo Jennifer Parsons Carolyn Person Star Phifer Caroline Pinney Louise Pollard Carol Prince Chase Ramsey

Kenny Raskin Erik Reichert Brittany Restrepo Polly Reynolds Martha Jay Rieser Shannon Robert Shannon and Brent Roberts Lynn Rohland Clinton Roundy Susan Sandack Joanne Sayre and Michele Backes Ingrid Schmidt Pamela Schroeder Fred Schwab Alice Shafer Morag Shepherd Maureen Shields Sarah Shippobotham Christl Simons Katherine Slack Sandy and Arthur Sleeper Gibbs and Catherine Smith Jordan Smith and Jennie Nicholls-Smith Krista Smith Colleen Sorensen Emilie Starr Paulette Stevens Susan Stevens Cassandra Stokes-Wylie

Ann and Terry St. Peter Cori Sutherland Julie Swaner Catherine Taylor Steven Tietjen Kathleen Tschishow Marjorie Tucker Rex Underwood Cheryl P. Varoz Amy Ware Lynn Ware-Peek Tracy Watson Ruth Weisman Larry West Brian Weston Terilyn Whittenburg Larry Witkowski Gail Wix Jody Wong Gloria Wurst Sheila Yorkin

SPECIAL THANKS University of Utah Theatre Department

When you need to know why. Listen every weekday at 9am and 7pm on KUER 90.1 or stream online at kuer.org or KUER’s mobile app.

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Salt Lake Acting Company 2016/2017 Cynthia Fleming

Executive Artistic Director

Janice Jenson

Shannon Musgrave

Producing Director

Associate Artistic Director

Erika Ahlin

Olivia Custodio

Director of Marketing & Audience Development

Development Manager

Nick Fleming

John Downing

Business Manager

Accountant/Human Resources

Christian Stringham

Natalie Keezer

Technical Director

Executive Assistant

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

Beret Brems, Kallie Erickson, Natalie Gotter, Kelsey Jensen, McCall Kirby, Savannah Moffat, Riley Nevins, Mary-Helen Pitman, Topher Rasmussen, Morag Shepherd, PJ Volk House Managers & Front of House Staf f

William Peterson Master Electrician

Production Staff

Maxwell Seltenrich Sound Consultant

Megan Branson, Lucy LeBohec, Lilly Smith

Gavin Yehle

Sound Board Operator

Daniel Garner

Scenic Artist

Light Board Operator

Erik Reichert, Quimby Roundy

Daniel Garner, Jacob Hunt

Carpenters

Elise Groves

Electricians

Hair Dresser

Heidi Frank & Jason Archuleta Wardrobe

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

Allen Nevins & Nancy Borgenicht Artists in Residence

Kathleen Cahill & Julie Jensen Playwrights in Residence

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 2016/2017 Executive Committee:

Brian Wilkinson President Wilkinson Ferrari & Co

Sheila Rappazzo Yorkin Vice President Westminster College

Teri Whittenburg Treasurer

Whittenburg Wealth Partners

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

Kimberly Neville

Board Member at Large Dorsey & Whitney, LLP

Ken Barfield

Joann Price

DFG/Scott Sports

District Supervisor, SLC School District

Jerome F. Bennett

Shannon Roberts

Bruce Granath

Angela Romero

Brett Johnson

George Severson

Lisa Killpack

Stephanie Steele

Kyle Mantas

Terence K. Stephens

Realty Experts/Realty First MagicSpace Entertainment General Counsel. StorageCraft Technology Nu Skin

Wells Fargo Bank

Shannon McCann

St. Marks Hospital Behavioral Health Services

KSL TV

Sorenson Unity Center ABC 4 / CW 30

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Barbara Tharp

Miller Sports Properties

Gerry Nichols NJRA Architects

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Corporate Partners 2016/2017 Salt Lake Acting Company sincerely thanks the following Corporate Partners who make the 2016/2017 Season possible:

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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 801-3637522 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.

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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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