Program - "Run Bambi Run"

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Book by Eric Simonson

Music & Lyrics by Gordon Gano


Directed by Mark Clements


Music Director/Orchestrations

Dan Kazemi

Lighting Designer

Jason Fassl


Deanie Vallone


Jonathan Hetler

Jay Franke & David Herro Present

Book by Eric Simonson

Music & Lyrics by Gordon Gano

Directed by Mark Clements ◊

Choreographer Jenn Rose ◊

Sound Designer Cricket S. Myers

Scenic Designer Scott Davis

Video & Projection Designer Mike Tutaj

Additional Lyrics Eric Simonson

Stage Manager

Kimberly Carolus*

Costume Designer

Mieka van der Ploeg

Dialect Coach

Jill Walmsley Zager


Dale Brown Casting

Assistant Stage Manager Kai Liebenstein*


A John (Jack) D. Lewis New Play Development Program Production

Sponsored by

Executive Producers

Melanie & Steve Booth

• Judy Hansen

Sponsored in part by

• Cheryl & David Walker

◊ A member of Stage Directors and Choreographers Society, an independent national labor union.

*Denotes an artist represented by Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.

Mark Clements Artistic Director Chad Bauman Executive Director
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Ken Allen Neely* Laurie


Additional Band Members

Dan Kazemi Keyboards; Patrick Morrow Drums/Percussion


Ben Carroll, Gabriella Marzetta, Drew Mitchell, Katrien Van Riel

*Denotes an artist represented by Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.


Associate Music Director

Assistant Director

Fight & Intimacy Coordinator

Assistant Intimacy Coordinator

Ellie Kahn

Jeffrey Mosser

Christopher Elst

KaiLee Evans

Ryan Marsh

Erika Olson*

Dance Captain

Megan Loomis Stage Management Residents

Run Bambi Run will be performed with a 20-minute intermission. The videotaping or other video or audio recording of this production is strictly prohibited.


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Artistic Director Mark Clements A Note

Of all the things you can do in live theater, making a brand-new musical is probably the hardest of all. Between the book, the lyrics, the music, the choreography and the acting, there are a variety of elements that all need to be strong and work seamlessly together. It’s like the theatrical version of base jumping…you never know how great a thrill or risk it is until the parachute fully deploys! But when you’re able to get it right, new musicals can become classics that will be performed and beloved for decades to come. Therefore, I am particularly grateful to our Presenting Sponsors, Jay Franke and David Herro who were so interested in us telling this particular story, encouraged us to produce it, and generously supported us in doing so. Without them, this project would not have been made possible.

The journey of Run Bambi Run from idea to stage began around 2012 when we commissioned Eric Simonson (whose play Lombardi had been produced here in 2011) to write a new piece for us. He was drawn to the Milwaukee-centric stranger-than-fiction, folk-law tale of Lawrencia “Bambi” Bembenek–ex-cop, former Playboy bunny and convicted murderer. But did she actually do it? Somehow, it was even a tale that I remember hearing about while living in England. I was keen to explore it onstage, but I thought it might be better as a contemporary musical. I then asked Eric, who seemed to agree with my analysis, if that was the case, then who might write the music? Without hesitation, he said “the Violent Femmes,” and I gleefully agreed with that idea. Eventually, and after a fairly circuitous journey, the Violent Femmes’ lead singer/songwriter and guitarist Gordon Gano joined the team. Fast-forward over ten years, five workshops, a global pandemic that stopped the play for several years, and countless drafts later– Run Bambi Run is finally taking the stage as Milwaukee Rep’s first World Premiere mainstage musical, and actually the last one on the mainstage as we know it before we build the new Ellen & Joe Checota Powerhouse at the end of this season. From the 1980s to today, the story of Lawrencia Bembenek has been an intriguing, frustrating and divisive one for many. For some it has been an unsolved tragedy, resulting in a painful lack of closure. Some people feel strongly that she was guilty; others feel she took the fall for someone else’s crime. Through years of research, and attempting to distill a decades-long saga into two hours (no easy feat), we have crafted a musical we hope will share the facts and the follies of this story with newcomers, and shed new light for locals who may have lived through this event first-hand. But even this musical can only capture so much of the complex web of deceit, lies, coverups and inconsistencies that make up this story. So often during the development process, when confronted with yet another outrageous fact, I would turn to my team and say, “You really can’t make this sh*t up!” Amidst all the craziness that defined the crime, the trial, and Laurie’s life, is a woman who, murderer or not, was a force to be reckoned with, who fought until the day she died for her truth. Regardless of whether you think Bambi was innocent or guilty, we hope that story resonates with you in some way.

A project of this size and scale could never have been accomplished without the support of a phenomenal crew, creative team - and of course a unicorn cast of twelve actor/musicians. Who not only are playing over 70 roles, but are along with our two stellar musicians, playing all the music in the show. I could not have asked for a better team to finally bring this story to life.

Some of you in the audience were Milwaukeeans in the 1980s, following the trial in real-time. Some of you are just hearing the name Lawrencia Bembenek for the first time. For everyone, we hope that this musical has you leaving the theater singing the ear-wormy songs and seeking some truth behind the tale, as so many of us have done for so many years.

As always, thank you for your support of new work!

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Recent theater credits: Turn Me Loose, with Joe Morton (Westside Theatre, Wallis Annenberg Center, Arena Stage), America Is Hard to See (HERE Arts, Edinburgh Fringe), Oklahoma! (Bard Summerstage), Yemandja with Angelique Kidjo (The Kennedy Center, Holland Festival).

TV/Film: FBI: Most Wanted, The Food That Built America, Disaster Chasers, upcoming indie feature Stranger Than Paradise. John is a proud member of Reverend Billy & The Stop Shopping Choir, a radical performance community that has opened for Neil Young and Pussy Riot! John’s old band 700 Miles (RCA Records) also shared stages with Radiohead, PJ Harvey, Violent Femmes, among others.


Ben Carroll Swing

Ben is thrilled and grateful to join Milwaukee Repertory Theater! A few of his theater credits include Caryl Churchill’s Far Away with Frances McDormand (New York Theatre Workshop), The Crucible and Cabaret (Parallel 45 Theatre), Secret History of the Future (The Kennedy Center) and The Hurricane (Atwater Playhouse). Past TV/Film credits include Liza on Demand and Accidentally in Love Learn more at or—most importantly—meditate on photos of his perfect dog, Jane Fonda, on his Instagram @bencarrollnow

Matt Daniels Breier

Matt is delighted to return to Milwaukee Repertory Theater after most recently playing Ebenezer Scrooge in A Christmas Carol, as well as appearing in Titanic The Musical, Junk, Guys and Dolls and Man of La Mancha. Based in Milwaukee, his work has also been seen at Skylight Music Theatre, First Stage, Milwaukee Chamber Theatre, Forward Theater Company, Door Shakespeare, Renaissance Theaterworks, Milwaukee Opera Theatre, In Tandem Theatre, Milwaukee Shakespeare, and several Shakespeare festivals across the country. Additionally, Matt is the Director of First Stage’s award-winning Young Company. An avid ukulelist, he enjoys time spent with Il Bazzone’s Jumping Flea Circus. Training: Juilliard. More info at

Sarah Gliko Christine/Gale

Sarah has just wrapped up at Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival playing Ariel in The Tempest and Elinor Dashwood in Sense & Sensibility, in rotating rep. A founding member of the Wilma Theater’s HotHouse Acting Company, where select productions include: KISS, The Cherry Orchard, Heroes of the Fourth Turning (Drama League Award Nomination), Constellations, the U.S. premiere of Tom Stoppard’s The Hard Problem, and the World Premiere of Paula Vogel’s Don Juan Comes Home from Iraq. Other recent credits: A Small Fire w/Bebe Neuwirth and The Bridges of Madison County (Barrymore Award-Lead Performance), both at Philadelphia Theater Company. Special thanks to the entire Bambi team for this extraordinary experience!

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Milwaukee Repertory Theater debut! Stage; That Bachelorette Show (Off Broadway), My Very Own British Invasion (Paper Mill Playhouse), The Wedding Singer (Gateway Playhouse), Once (Weston Playhouse), Jekyll And Hyde (Casa Mañana) Urinetown (Gateway Playhouse). TV; The Time Travelers Wife (HBO), North Palm Wrestling (MTV) As a writer he is a founding member of Uncle Function, A sketch comedy show featured in Time Out and The New York Times. Many thanks to my loving Wife Joanne. Follow him @TheDouglasG

with the Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire, Side Show with Northlight Theatre and the World Premiere of Dee Snider’s Rock & Roll Christmas Tale with Broadway in Chicago. Tommy also plays Rex Caliber the award-winning Milwaukee band, The 5 Card Studs. See more on Instagram: @fivecardstuds


Jess Kantorowitz Judy

Jess is a NYC based actor, musician and writer. Credits include: Surviving the Rosenthals (Teatro LATEA), Tragical Historie of Maximilien Robespierre (The Flea Theater), Children’s Crusade (The Hundredth Hill). NYU Tisch grad and currently the lead singer of the band Boys Go To Jupiter. @jesss_kah

Armando is in a tizzy making his Milwaukee Repertory Theater debut! Off-Broadway: The Gospel According to Heather (Theater 555), Red Roses Green Gold (Minetta Lane Theatre) and Wonderland (Atlantic Theater Company). Regional: You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown (Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park), Million Dollar Quartet (South Coast Repertory) and The Buddy Holly Story (Florida Repertory Theatre). His band, Saddlemen, has music available everywhere! Special Thanks to the entire Run Bambi Run Team, PMA, my family, and Lanae.

Ian Littleworth Nick/Stu

Milwaukee Repertory Theater: Man Of La Mancha, Hedwig and The Angry Inch. Other theater credits include: RENT, Les Misérables and The Music Man with Skylight Music Theatre, Pump Boys and Dinettes with Fireside Dinner Theatre, Phantom of the Opera, Evita and Miss Saigon

Milwaukee Repertory Theater debut! Other theater credits include: World Premieres of Kingdom City and A Lonely Boy’s Guide to Survival (La Jolla Playhouse) and the Los Angeles premiere of Carrie the Musical (La Mirada Playhouse); The Lion in Winter alongside Frances Fisher and Gregory Harrison (Laguna Playhouse); 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Palos Verdes Playhouse); The Cripple of Inishmaan and As You Like It (Antaeus Theatre); Ah, Wilderness! (A Noise Within Theatre). He is a member of the Antaeus Theatre Company, Los Angeles’ classical theater ensemble. Thanks to Emily, Jim Amberg and David Bowie.

Armando Gutierrez Fred Tommy Hahn Kraemer/Tom

Megan Loomis


Megan has toured with Wicked, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, War Horse, Sweeney Todd, and Cabaret.

Off-Broadway: Woody Sez and The Dead 1904 (Irish Repertory Theatre), Allegro (Classic Stage Company), The Other Josh Cohen (Westside Theatre).

Regional: Goodspeed Opera House, Ogunquit Playhouse, Geva Theatre, Cape Playhouse, Maltz Jupiter Theatre and others.

International: Vienna’s English Theatre, Edinburgh Fringe Festival. She wrote and produced her one-woman/six instrument show called The Gurl in the Band at the Rochester International Fringe Festival in 2018. Megan has a Bachelor of Music from Eastman School of Music, and an MFA in Playwriting from Goddard College.

Gabriella Marzetta


Gabriella is thrilled to join the cast of Rub Bambi, Run! Select Previous

Credits: Dawn (Waitress, US & Canada Tour), Jeanie (Hair, Pentangle Arts), Jean (Contact High, Ars Nova) Pinkalicious (Pinkalicious, Vital Theatre Company) and Elizabeth (Frankenstein, St. Luke’s Theatre). Thanks to the entire RBR team, Henderson Hogan and my family & friends for always supporting. Follow me on instagram or tiktok @gabriellamozzarella!

Drew Mitchell Swing

Originally from Dallas, Texas, Drew took the opportunity to travel to Chicago to study performance. After graduating from Roosevelt University with a BFA in musical theatre, Drew is excited to hopefully get out in the

city and delve into the fields of professional theatre, film, television, and voice-over along his journey. During his downtime, Drew likes to play drums and guitar, ride his skateboard, play video games and make props and costumes from his favorite films. Some of his previous credits include Call Me Madame (Porchlight Music Theatre), The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Roosevelt University) Little Women (Roosevelt University), Spring Awakening (Porchlight Music Theatre), and Much Ado About Nothing (Milwaukee Repertory Theater).

Ken Allen Neely

Petersen/Fred Understudy

Select Theatre: SPANK! The Fifty Shades Parody (US Tour), Little Black Dress (First National Tour), Once (Fulton Theatre, Arden Theatre Company, Virginia Repertory, Coachella Valley Repertory), Aida (John W Engeman Theater), Rent (MPC Theatre), Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (Western Stage), Legally Blonde (Pacific Repertory Theatre). TV: Equalizer (CBS), Blue Bloods (CBS), The Gilded Age (HBO), The Deuce (HBO), Harlem (Universal/Amazon Studios), Power Book: Ghost (Starz).

Erika Olson


Erika is thrilled to be making her Milwaukee Repertory Theater debut! Recent credits include: The Life (NY City Center Encores!), Cyrano (Off-Broadway w/ Peter Dinklage and The National), and Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (National Tour). Erika also originated the lead role of Pamela in the new musical, My Very Own British Invasion (Paper Mill Playhouse). TV credits include FBI: Most Wanted, Murphy Brown, and Pose Training: Carnegie Mellon University and The National Institute of Dramatic Arts (Australia). Learn more on instagram @erikaolson_ This is for you, Mom & Dad, I don’t know what I’d do without you.

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Lucas Papaelias Horenberger

Lucas has appeared on Broadway in the original cast of the Tony-winning Once the Musical, as well as in Kevin Kline’s Cyrano de Bergerac, for which he also composed original music. He received a Drama Desk nomination for Original Music in A Play for the off-Broadway production of Essential Self-Defense. On-camera work includes The Knick, Raising Kanan, High Maintenance, Law & Order(s), Blue Bloods, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, the films School of Rock, Ordinary World, and the upcoming The Adults. This is his debut at Milwaukee Repertory Theater. instagram: @lpfunkspix

Katrien is honored to return to Milwaukee Repertory Theater after playing Margaret in Much Ado About Nothing. Other theater credits: MacGyver The Musical (Stages Houston), Hank Williams, Lost Highway and Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story (Timber Lake Playhouse), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Connecticut Shakespeare Festival); Godspell (St. Michael’s Playhouse). Katrien has toured nationally with her rock band Sweet Sienna, where she sang lead vocals and played bass, and has been signed with Cleopatra Records in LA for her original compositions. She hails from San Francisco and is a Circle in the Square Theatre School alum.



Patrick has played most of the musicals in the Quadracci Powerhouse and a few in the Stackner Cabaret and Stiemke Studio. He has also played

drums for Fireside Dinner Theatre, First Stage, Skylight Music Theatre, Milwaukee Chamber Theatre and toured with the first National tours of Million Dollar Quartet and Little House on the Prairie: The Musical as well as with various rock & roll bands around the country. Patrick highly recommends his band, The What For?


Book & Additional Lyrics

Eric is an ensemble member of Steppenwolf Theatre Company, a post he holds while working as a writer and director for film, television, theatre and opera. Milwaukee Rep writing premieres include Moby Dick (Time Magazine’s top 10 list) and Work Song (co-written with Jeff Hatcher). Milwaukee Rep directing credits include Angels in America, Richard III (featuring Lee Ernst) and Anna Christie. Broadway writing credits include Lombardi, Magic/Bird and Bronx Bombers. Broadway directing credits include The Song of Jacob Zulu (Tony nomination). Other writing credits include Slaughter-house Five, Carter’s Way, Honest, Lindiwe and Nomathemba (written with Ntozake Shange and Joseph Shabalala), all at Steppenwolf Theatre. Also, Bang the Drum Slowly (Next Theatre and nationally), The Last Hurrah (Huntington Theatre) The Fix (Minnesota Opera) and Speak American (City Theatre of Pittsburgh), In Film, Simonson’s documentaries include A Note of Triumph (Academy Award), On Tiptoe (Emmy nomination) and Studs Terkel (Emmy Nomination). He co-directed and co-wrote Hamlet featuring Campbell Scott, for Hallmark Entertainment, and wrote the movie Killing Reagan (National Critics Award Nomination) for NatGeo. He also wrote and produced on Amazon’s TV series’ Man in the High Castle and Homecoming, as well as Apple’s Swagger. Opera directing credits include developing and directing the Pulitzer Prize winning Silent Night.


Gordon Gano Music & Lyrics

With his band the Violent Femmes, Gordon Gano helped define post-punk’s nerdy cool face of the 1980s and ‘90s while also crafting himself into one of modern rock’s finest singer/songwriters. Gordon James Gano was born to a Baptist minister father and a musical mother, was one of eight children and spent his early childhood singing with his family. When Gano’s family moved to Milwaukee, during his sixth grade year, he started playing guitar and writing songs. Gano met Brian Ritchie while he was still in high school and along with Victor DeLorenzo they shaped the quirky, cool sounds of the Violent Femmes. The Violent Femmes’ self-titled debut album was the first album to achieve platinum status in America without ever making the charts. Songs like “Blister in the Sun,” “Add It Up,” and “Kiss Off” became cult classics. In 1986, Gano took some time off from the Violent Femmes and joined the gospel group the Mercy Seat, which followed into the next decade as well as musical scores and soundtrack cuts. In 2002, Gano returned with his first-ever solo album, Hitting the Ground. A second project, Under the Sun, with the Ryan Brothers appeared in 2009 from Yep Roc Records.

Mark is an award-winning international theater director whose work has appeared in over 100 major theaters throughout Europe and the United States. He began his tenure as Artistic Director with the 2010/11 Season by bringing musicals to the mainstage, starting a tradition that is now the highlight of every season. Mark has directed over 30 productions at Milwaukee Rep including World and American Premieres, his own adaptation of the current A Christmas Carol and all but one mainstage musical

including Titanic the Musical, West Side Story and Dreamgirls. Prior to joining Milwaukee Rep, Mark served as an Associate Artistic Director for several UK theater companies, most notably, Artistic Director for the awardwinning Derby Playhouse in the UK where he directed over 40 productions. He has been nominated for an Olivier Award and several UK Theatre Awards, and has won three Barrymore Awards in Philadelphia. He created and directed the West End and UK National Tour of Soul Train. Mark is currently working with Ayad Akhtar on adapting his critically acclaimed novel American Dervish for the stage to make its World Premiere in an upcoming season.


Dan has musically directed more than 30 shows at Milwaukee Rep including Titanic the Musical, Dad’s Season Tickets, Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol, Hedwig, A Christmas Carol, West Side Story, In the Heights, Murder for Two, Guys and Dolls, Man of La Mancha and Dreamgirls. Other credits include: Lizzie (Barrymore Award), Herringbone (Barrymore Nom). Orchestration credits include Field Hockey Hot (Barrymore Nom) and Tulipomania. Dan’s music has been performed at Lincoln Center, SDC’s Mr. Abbott Awards, Le Cirque de Demain in Paris, Ballet Fleming and in the 213 collective’s Untitled Project #213. Dan is a composer of the musical podcast, Mythic Thunderlute.

Jenn is an award-winning choreographer working in theater, concert dance and film. She has choreographed over 20 regional theatre productions including You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park), Cabaret (Arden Theatre), Titanic the Musical and Ain’t Misbehavin’ (Milwaukee Repertory Theater). SDCF commission to

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honor Agnes de Mille at the 2019 Mr. Abbott Award Gala. She is the recipient of the SDCF Breakout Award as well as the Barrymore Award for Excellence in Theatre Choreography.

Scott Davis

Scenic Designer

Production Designer: Disney on Ice: Road Trip Adventures, Encanto, Frozen and Magic in the Stars. Off-Broadway credits: Ride the Cyclone at MCC Theater, Othello: The Remix at Westside Theatre. Regional Credits: Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Steppenwolf Theatre, Court Theatre, Paramount Theatre, Writers Theatre. International credits: Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, Queen Elizabeth Hall, The Unicorn Theatre (London) The Market Theatre (South Africa), The Neuss (Germany), Gdansk Shakespeare Theatre (Poland), The Cultch (Vancouver), Dubai Community Theatre & Arts Centre (Dubai), Brice Mason Centre (New Zealand), and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival (Scotland). TV credits: Art Director on Gilded Age Season 2 and The Penguin on HBO.

Mieka van der Ploeg

Costume Designer

Theatre credits include designs with Goodman Theatre, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Steppenwolf Theatre, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Great Lakes Theater, Idaho Shakespeare Festival, American Players Theatre, Court Theatre, People’s Light, Writers Theatre, Lyric Opera Unlimited, Lookingglass Theatre, Paramount Theatre, Marriott Theatre, Remy Bumpo Theatre, Second City, Redmoon Theater, The Hypocrites, Chicago Children’s Theatre, Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, About Face Theatre, Steep Theatre, Theater Wit, Albany Park Theater Project, Manual Cinema, and the Under the Radar Festival at The Public Theater. She won a non-Equity Jeff award in 2020 for First Love is the Revolution, at Steep Theatre. She is proud to be a member of USA829.

This production marks Jason’s 32nd Milwaukee Repertory Theater production including, Every Brilliant Thing, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Titanic The Musical and most recently Seven Guitars. Over the last decade, Mr. Fassl has consumed mass quantities of electricity at Milwaukee Repertory Theater, The Milwaukee Ballet, American Players Theatre, First Stage Children’s Theatre, Peninsula Players, Milwaukee Chamber Theatre, Skylight Music Theatre, Milwaukee Opera Theatre, Renaissance Theaterworks, Next Act Theatre, Forward Theatre Company and many others. Jason is a member of United Scenic Artists Local#829, the Milwaukee Stagehands Local#18 and an UW-Stevens Point Alumnus. Portfolio and information at

On Broadway, Cricket earned a Tony Nomination and a Drama Desk Award for her design of Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo. Regional designs include Milwaukee Repertory Theater, La Jolla Playhouse, The Ahmanson Foundation, The Mark Taper Forum, South Coast Repertory, Denver Center for Performing Arts, La Mirada Theatre, Kirk Douglas Theatre, Pasadena Playhouse and the Geffen Playhouse. She has earned 24 Ovation Nominations, as well as winning The Ruth Morley Award from the League of Professional Theatre Women, and The Kinetic Award for Outstanding Achievement in Theatrical Design in Los Angeles.

On Broadway, Cricket earned a Tony Mike returns to Milwaukee Repertory Theater having previously designed Titanic The Musical, Hedwig and the Angry Inch as well as Holmes and Watson. Though based in Chicago, Mike has so much family in the Milwaukee area that it feels like home. He

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Dialect Coach

Jill is delighted to return to work at Milwaukee Repertory Theater after having coached more than 30 productions here. She has served as the Resident Voice, Text and Dialects Coach at The Guthrie and American Conservatory Theater. Regionally she has worked at the Marriott Theatre, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Steppenwolf Theatre, Utah Shakespeare Festival, Arizona Theatre Company, Drury Lane, and Lyric Opera of Chicago. An actor for over 20 years, she has appeared in over 80 productions. Jill earned her master’s degrees in Voice and Dialects from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama (London) and Northwestern University.

Deanie Vallone


Deanie is a Wisconsin-based dramaturg and writer. For five years, she worked in literary and new play development at Milwaukee Repertory Theater. Favorite Milwaukee Rep dramaturgy credits include Much Ado About Nothing, Junk, Titanic The Musical, The Chinese Lady, Lost Girl, Wife of a Salesman, and Parental Advisory: a breakbeat play. She’s also worked with Baltimore Center Stage, Asolo Repertory Theatre, Forward Theater, and the Kennedy Center. Her writing can be found in American Theatre Magazine, The Wisconsin Review, Jumeirah Magazine, and other publications; she also co-wrote Milwaukee Rep’s audio play walking tour, SoundStage MKE. MA: University of Cambridge.

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Titanic The Musical, The Nativity Variations, Beehive: the 60’s Musical, New Age, West Side Story, Things I Know to be True, In the Heights, The Chinese Lady, The Who & the What. Off-Broadway: Gorgeous Nothings (upcoming), Our Brother’s Son, America Is Hard to See, Daddy Long Legs (Drama Desk Nom); With Tara Rubin: Phantom of the Opera, Billy Elliot; A Little Night Music, Jesus Christ Superstar, Guys & Dolls (Broadway). The Heart Sellers (Huntington Theatre), 2 Pianos 4 Hands (Cincinnati Playhouse in The Park), Sense & Sensibility (Chicago Shakespeare Theater), Disgraced (Syracuse Stage), Lives of Reason (Two River Theater). Many thanks to Mark, Laura, Jonathan, et al.

Jonathan Hetler Casting

Born and raised in Pennsylvania, Jonathan is Milwaukee Rep’s Artistic Producer and oversees all casting and special events. Directing highlights include:, Romeo and Juliet, Venus in Fur, The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Glengarry Glen Ross, Pippin, Legally Blonde, Guys and Dolls, and the world premiere of La Mujer Barbuda. At the Rep, he has Directed Dino! An Evening with Dean Martin, served as the Associate Director of Titanic The Musical and the annual production of A Christmas Carol. He also worked as the Assistant Director on West Side Story, The Nerd, and The Legend of Georgia McBride. He holds an MFA in Directing from Ohio University and MBA and MA in Theatre from Regent University. Jonathan is a member of SDC. @hetlerj

Kimberly is delighted to be in her eleventh season with Milwaukee Repertory Theater. Some favorites include As You Like It, West Side Story, The Chinese Lady, Our Town, Grounded, An Iliad, and nine seasons of A Christmas Carol at Milwaukee Rep. Other theater credits include: The Servant of Two

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Masters, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Romeo and Juliet (Great River Shakespeare Festival), Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse (First Stage), The Addams Family (Fulton Theatre), Complete Works…Abridged, Othello (Riverside Theater in the Park) and various shows at Walt Disney World. Thank you to her family and S for their love and support.

Kai Liebenstein

Assistant Stage Manager

Kai graduated from SUNY Purchase College, Conservatory of Theatre Arts, BFA Design/ Technology Program. Broadway: New York, New York, Ohio State Murders and POTUS. Off-Broadway: Invisible, Orlando, and Once Upon A (korean) Time. Milwaukee Repertory Theater: Everybody, the World Premiere of Lost Girl, and Toni Stone. Purchase Repertory Theatre: Purgatorio Wonderland, Everything You Love, The Laramie Project, Bastille Day, and Earthquakes in London. She would like to thank her family, friends, and educators for all their endless support. @Kailiebe_

Ellie Kahn

Associate Music Director

Ellie is a music director, vocalist, keyboardist and coach in Chicago (Milwaukee Repertory Theater debut!). She is a member of the music team for Six (US and international) and the Pride band - Too Much Molly Band. Previous: Vi Petty/Keys 1 in Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story (Marriott Theatre); Music Supervisor for 20+ productions onboard Norwegian Cruise Line; Fun Home (Paramount Theatre, IL), Just Between The All Of Us (Bloomington Playwrights Project, IN), Honky Tonk Angels (Summer Theatre of New Canaan). Ellie writes music alongside her collaborator, Denise Manning (3 musicals strong). Love to the Kahns, big thanks to Maestro Dan. @elliekahn_ #BlackLivesMatter

Jeffrey Mosser

Jeffrey is the Artistic Producer overseeing the Emerging Professional Residency program at Milwaukee Repertory Theater. At Milwaukee

Rep: The Compass (Director), Ghost Bike (Director), The Nativity Variations (Puppet Coordinator). Other Directing credits include Milwaukee Chamber Theatre, Quasimondo Physical Theatre, Milwaukee Opera Theatre, American Repertory Theatre, Actors Theatre of Louisville, and Project: Project Theatre Ensemble. He has contributed to new play development processes at Oregon Shakespeare Festival, the O’Neill Theater Center, the Neo-Futurists, Lookingglass Theatre, Northlight Theatre among elsewhere between here and Boston. A champion for ensemble-based new-play creation, Jeffrey hosts the From the Ground Up podcast via HowlRound Theatre Commons. MFA Northwestern University. IG: @Ensemble_ Ethnographer;

Now in his eleventh season at Milwaukee Rep, under Chad’s guidance the theater has grown significantly from a $9M to $14M+ organization. He’s completed two capital campaigns to remodel the Stackner Cabaret, build the endowment, launch the John D. Lewis New Play Development Program, create a new A Christmas Carol and deepen the theater’s community engagement programs. He is currently stewarding the $78M campaign to build the new Associated Bank Theater Center. Previously he was the Associate Executive Director at Arena Stage in Washington, DC, where he was instrumental in opening the Mead Center for American Theater, a new 200,000 square feet performing arts complex. While at Arena, he worked on the Broadway transfers of Next to Normal (Pulitzer Prize; Tony Award), Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Tony Award), and Wishful Drinking starring Carrie Fisher. Bauman is a graduate of Harvard Business School with a Master of Fine Arts in producing from the CalArts

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Managing Director..........Melissa Vartanian-Mikaelian

General Manager........................................Ryan Looke

Executive Assistant....................................Kelli Lopina

HR Manager...............................................Liz Merwin

Company Manager..................................Amaris Bates

Management Associate.......................Hannah Steele

Receptionists.......................................Michael Evans, Wuanette Exum, Mary Muehleisen


Associate Artistic Director..........................Laura Braza

Artistic Producer—

Casting & Special Events…..............Jonathan Hetler

Artistic Producer—

Training & Audience Engagement.....Jeffrey Mosser

Associate Artistic Producer.....Annika Perez-Krikorian

Assistant Artistic Producer......María Amenábar Farias


Chief Development Officer.................Chuck Rozewicz

Director of Development........................Amy Dorman

Director of Major and Planned Giving........................Alli Engelsma-Mosser

Campaign Director...............................Cassidy Skorija

Donor Relations Officer..........................Tanya Haynes

Associate Director of Development, Events & Stewardship.........................Morgen Lucas

Associate Director of Development, Institutional Giving…................….Megan Newbanks

Development Associate...................Yolanda G. Doney

Development Database Manager……....Amy McGuire


Chief Diversity Officer........................Jermaine Murry


Chief Education & Engagement Officer..............................Jenny Toutant

Education & Engagement Director of Programs.......................N’Jameh Russell-Camara

Associate Director of Education.............Zach Woods

Education & Engagement

Manager...............................................Xodia Choate

Education Coordinator.................................Ro Kaybee

Engagement Coordinator..........................….Suze Falk

Neighborhood Liaison....................Kendricke Pittman

Teaching Artists............................................Cria Ama, Maura Atwood, Maria Beilke, Ty’Rel Belin, Marvin Hannah, Jacob Horstmeier, Faith Klick, Jacob Knuth, Mykal Lake, George Lorimer, Logan Milway, Murray, Zoe Osk, Kat Perez-Rivera, Kendricke Pittman, Stephen Thompson, Barry Weber, Jarvell Williams


Interim Director of Finance..................Naushad Molla Interim Controller..................................Matt Leibham

Senior Accountant.................................Susan Proctor

Payroll & Benefits Associate............Samantha Doucas

Accounting Associate........................Tim Petropoulos


Director of Venue Operations.............Donald Parsons

Kitchen Manager…..............................Robin Westrick

Assistant Manager….........................Morgan Sewalish Restaurant Staff....................................Jacob Abrams, Alicia Ball, Thomas Bastardo, Gibson Caldwell, Dylan Curry, Alex Dailey, Susan Davies, Paul Faber, Gigi Garcia, Matthew Garcia, Quincy Hardin, Ahmad Hicks, Michael Jones, Nick Kleiber, Mary Krzyzewski, Deb Langkau, Robin Lesko, Jaslyn Lewis, Angela Livermore, Cassidy Long, Aimeé Lopez, Grace McMahon, Kendall Moga, Mary Muehleisen, Molly Murphy, Elizabeth Perez-Martinez, Jessica Rieder, Timothy Schauf, Maiken Schroedl, Daniel Soto, Nanii Titus, Crystal Thompson

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Chief Building Engineer...........................Chris Belcher

Engineers................................................Tiffany Casey, Maurice Goodwin, Todd Ross


Chief Marketing Officer..............................Lisa Fulton

Director of Media Relations...................Frances White

Director of Marketing.................................Don Rebar

Audience Development Director.............Kendall Judy

Associate Director of Marketing, Digital Content….................................Rachel Jatczak

Senior Marketing Manager..............Megan Harrington

Marketing & Sales Manager.....……...........……Zoe Gatz

Graphic Designers........................Benton Melbourne, Geoffrey Vitiello

Photographer...................................Michael Brosilow

Audience Services

Audience Services Manager..................Nathan Boese

House Managers...............................Cristina Booczko, Gina Cornejo, Fiona Higgins

Guest Services Associates.......................Susan Davies, Becky Demler, Christine Gifford, Debra Holubowicz, Steve Holubowicz, Gilbert Mickelson


Director of Sales......................................Jeremy Scott

Associate Director of Sales...........................Jaime Lacy

Assistant Director of Sales.........................Jasper Farin

Ticket Office Manager................................Jason Rose

Senior Ticket Associate.............................Zachary Dean

Senior Ticket Representatives....Melanie Kampschroer, Soren Miller

Ticket & Teleservices Representatives......Padme Bruce, Katie Jacobson, Michelle MacDonald, Anya Palmer, Paul Pfannenstiel, Alexa Serrano, Violet Verhein


Director of Production............................Jared Clarkin

Production Manager..................................Joel Kipper

Associate Production Manager.....................Nia Burns


Costume Director............................Nicholas Hartman

Assistant Costume Director.........................Bina Bieker

Design Assistant......................................Mason Baria

Senior Draper..............................Alexander B. Tecoma

Draper................................................Micky Simmons

First Hand..............................................Kas Rodriguez

Stitchers.............................Lexi Asare, Sarah Hemken

Lead Costume Crafts Artisan........................Lyssa Rad

Wig, Hair & Makeup Supervisor...........Allison Lowery

Costume Construction Resident..............Mic Johnson

Wardrobe Supervisor................................Sarah Slagle

Wardrobe Crew...............Courteney Shipley Dobbins, Nex Shilkey, Destiny Harris, Jared Hoover

Stylist.............Kevin McElroy, Robert Laurence Studio

Barber................................................Mr. V’s Barberia


Lighting Director.....................................Dakota Kroes

Assistant Lighting Designer......................Maaz Ahmed

Assistant Electrics Stagehand…................Leo Madson

Sound & Video

Sound & Video Director.....................Tate E Thompson


Properties Director.............................Kelly Kreutsberg

Prop Crafts Artisans..........................Yvonne Tessman, Tayler Varney

Prop Carpenter/Artisan.........................Erik Lindquist

Prop Graphics Artist..................................Mindy Knoll

Prop Overhire….............................................Em Allen


Technical Director...................................Sean Walters

Associate Technical Director........................Joseph Fry

Assistant Technical Director..............…Sarah Downey

Charge Scenic Artist..................................Jim Medved

Lead Scenic Artist.................................Shannon Mann

Scenic Artist.......................................Caroline Dischell

Assistant Stagehand.............................Sharissa Smith

Stage Management

Production Stage Manager...............Kimberly Carolus

Stage Managers..............Terrence Orleans Alexander, Jade Bruno, Jordan Cannon-Kruis, Josh Hart, Kai Liebenstein, Kira Neighbors, Sydney Smith, Emily Marie Wilke, Emily Wright

Stage Management Fellow.........................Emily Pfaff

Stage Management Residents.................Star Howard, Jessica Wexler

Resident Stagehands & Carpenters

Bill Burgardt, Eliot Garfield, Steve Gillingham, Derek Loehr, Jason Pruzin, Aaron Siegmann, Cole Schulist, Jim Zinky

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Ayad Akhtar

Tammy Belton-Davis

Ivor Benjamin

Wendy W. Blumenthal

Julia Burns

Jane Chernof

Marybeth Cottrill

Amy Croen

Robert H. Duffy

Dr. Eric A. Durant

Jay Franke


Judy Hansen

Adam J. Peck

Kerryann Haase Minton

James Phillips

Bryan House

At Large

Melanie Booth

Andres Gonzalez

Joan Lubar

Robert H. Manegold

James Phelps

Jason R. Graham

John Halechko

Christopher Hermann

Tom Irgens

Lynda Johnson

Deborah Kaerek

Michelle Kolp

David Kundert

Dawn Lindsey

Kristine Lueders

Raymond J. Manista

Anne L. Noyes

Joe Pickart

Karen Plunkett

Beth Ridley

Kenneth Robertson

Allison Scrivner

Clark Slipher

Craig Swan

Deborah Tomczyk

Milwaukee Rep acknowledges the remarkable support of these former Rep Trustees who continue their engagement by attending performances, contributing a generous annual gift, and/or membership in the Limelight Legacy Society.

Richard Abdoo

Patsy Aster

James Baillon

Jay Baker

Katharine Banzhaf

Matt Bartel

James E. Braza

Joyce G. Broan

Warren Buliox

Bladen Burns

Mike Carter

Danny Cunningham

Karen Dean

Mark J. Diliberti

George A. Dionisopoulos

Robert Dye

Norman Dyer

Stephen Einhorn

James D. Ericson

Susan Esslinger

Robert Feitler

Timothy C. Frautschi

Molly Kubly Fritz

Patrick Gallagher

Connie Gavin

Cecilia Gilbert

Anne Gimbel

Kathleen Gray

William Guc

Edward T. Hashek

Jacqueline Herd-Barber

Peter Hotz

Janet Hume

John Hunzinger, P.E.

Stephen Isaacson

Judy Jorgensen

J. Patrick Keyes

John Kordsmeier

Frank Krejci

James LaVelle

Phoebe Lewis

David J. Lubar

Marianne Lubar

Susan Lueger

Linda Marcus

Vince Martin

Patti Brash McKeithan

Venora McKinney

Michael McNeely

Sandra McSweeney

Donna Meyer

Douglas Mickelson

Dwight L. Morgan

Abigail J. Nash

Mark Niedfeldt, M.D.

Gregory C. Oberland

Tonen (Sara) O’Connor

Gina Peter

Anthony Petullo

Elizabeth Quadracci-Harned


James E. Braza

Joyce Broan

Judy Hansen

Jacqueline Herd-Barber

Larry Jost

John L. Kordsmeier

Frank Krejci

Susan A. Lueger

Robert H. Manegold

Vincent L. Martin

Patricia Brash McKeithan

Donna Meyer

Kristine Rappé

Dr. John E. Ridley

Catherine Robinson

Joseph A. Rock

Micky Sadoff

Joseph Schlidt

James Schloemer

Thomas Scrivner

Edward Seaberg

Brenda Skelton

Patrick Smith

Robert Taylor

Renee Tyson

Stephen VanderBloemen

W. Kent Velde

Nicholas Wahl

Karin Werner

Stacy Williams

Andrew Ziegler

Gregory C. Oberland

Edward Seaberg

W. Kent Velde

Dr. Jeanette Mitchell






Associated Bank


Brewers Community Foundation

CG Schmidt, Inc.


Foley & Lardner LLP

Froedtert Health

Husch Blackwell

Michael Best & Friedrich LLP

Michels Corporation

Milliman PNC

Potawatomi Hotel & Casino


Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren s.c.

Riverwater Partners LLC

Walbec Group

We Energies

West Bend Mutual Insurance Company



The following list represents organizations and individuals who have made a cumulative contribution of $500 or more between May 26, 2022 and July 26, 2023. While space limitations prevent us from listing gifts under $500, Milwaukee Rep gratefully acknowledges the generosity of all our donors. For a complete list of all our supporters, including honor and memorial gifts, please visit

Corporation, Foundation and Government Giving

$1 million +

Associated Bank

Herzfeld Foundation

United Performing Arts Fund (UPAF)

$100,000 – $999,999

Bader Philanthropies


The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation

Greater Milwaukee Foundation

Frieda & William Hunt Memorial Trust

Herb Kohl Philanthropies

Northwestern Mutual

Melitta S. Pick Charitable Trust

Shubert Foundation

We Energies Foundation

$50,000 – $99,999


Rockwell Automation

West Bend Mutual Insurance Company

$25,000 – $49,999

Arts Midwest CAMPAC


Ralph Evinrude Foundation

Hunzinger Construction Company

Husch Blackwell

Dorothy Inbusch Foundation

Johnson Controls


Milwaukee Public Schools


Bert L. and Patricia S. Steigleder Charitable Trust

Studio Gear

$10,000 – $24,999

Demmer+Goisman Foundation

Einhorn Family Foundation

Fiduciary Management

Godfrey & Kahn

William N. and Janice V. Godfrey Family Foundation

InterPark Milwaukee Center

National Endowment for the Arts

National LGBT Chamber of Commerce

Charles D. Ortgiesen Foundation

Potawatomi Hotel & Casino


RDK Foundation

Saint John’s on the Lake Wisconsin Arts Board

$1,000 – $9,999


ANON Charitable Trust

Brewers Community Foundation

Burke Properties

CG Schmidt, Inc.


Foley & Lardner LLP

Froedtert Health


Harley-Davidson Foundation

Harlow Foundation

Evan and Marion Helfaer Foundation

J. F. Ahern Co.

Laskin Family Foundation

The Marcus Corporation

Marquette Associates, Inc.

Michael Best & Friedrich LLP

Michels Corporation


Milwaukee Arts Board

Jane Bradley Pettit Foundation


Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren S.C.

Riverwater Partners LLC

Spear Arts Education Fund

Townsend Foundation

Walbec Group

Wimmer Brothers Realty

$500 – $999

Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin

Greater Milwaukee Association of Realtors Youth Foundation

Camille A. Lonstorf Trust

Lord Abbett

Morgan Stanley

Payden & Rygel

Wasatch Global Investors

Participants in the Matching Gift Program

Abbott Laboratories


Caterpillar Foundation

Eaton Corporation

GE Foundation

GE Healthcare

Greater Milwaukee Foundation

Bucyrus Foundation, Inc.

Home Depot

IBM Corporation

Illinois Tool Works Inc.

Johnson Controls Foundation


Principal Financial Group

Progressive Insurance Foundation

Reader’s Digest Foundation

U.S. Bank

We Energies Foundation

Wells Fargo


Luminary ($100,000+)

Anonymous (2)

Melanie and Steve Booth

Elaine Burke

John and Julie Carpenter

Mike Carter

Tom and Molly Duffey

Greater Milwaukee Foundation

Judith A. Keyes Family Fund

Sandra and William Haack

David Kundert

Lubar Family Foundation

Joan Lubar and John Crouch

Marianne and Sheldon Lubar

Madeleine and David Lubar

Susan Lubar

Kristine and Wayne Lueders

Vince Martin

James and Mary Jo Mueller

Karen Plunkett and Family

Clark and Diane Slipher

David and Julia Uihlein

Kate and Don Wilson

Visionary ($50,000-$99,999)

Astor Street Foundation

Jo Ann and Richard Beightol

Karen and Mark Bitzan

Cheri and Tom Briscoe

Dr. Bruce Camitta

Peter Foote and Robin Wilson

Four-Four Foundation

Greater Milwaukee Foundation

Tony and Andrea Bryant

Dr. Carla Hay

Sally Manegold

John and Linda Mellowes

Jim Phillips

Mason and Julie Ross

Saints Andrew and Mark Charitable Gift Trust

Ed Seaberg and Patrick Smith

A.J. Star and Mark Clausen

The RA Stevens Foundation

Craig and Mara Swan

Kent and Marcia Velde

David and Cheryl Walker

Artistic Producer ($25,000-$49,999)


James Awe

William and Barbara Boles

Frank and Caryl Briscoe

Croen Foundation, Inc.

Dr. Eric Durant and Scott Swickard

Robert and Joan Feitler

Janet Fleck

Franklyn and M. Anne Gimbel

John and Susan Harrits

Bryan and Rebecca House

Darren and Terry Jackson

Mike and Marie Johnson

Susan and Tony Krausen

Dawne and Ray Manista

Chris and Anne Noyes

Greg and Rhonda Oberland

Richard and Lois Pauls

Peck Foundation, Milwaukee LTD.

Anthony Petullo Foundation

John Phillips

Ann and Warren Pierson

Pat Rieselbach

Catherine and Buddy Robinson

Meredith and Thomas Scrivner

Kathleen H. Seidel

Christine Symchych and Jim McNulty

Byron and Laurie Vielehr

Ziegler Family Foundation

Producer ($10,000-$24,999)

Anonymous (7)

Sharee Allain and David Schertz

Bob Balderson

George Banda

Wendy and Warren Blumenthal

Individual Giving

Ginny Bolger

Bradley Impact Fund

Jason and Diep Graham Charitable Fund

James E. and Mary K. Braza

Chris and Judi Collins

Mary and James M. Connelly

Sue and Curt Culver

Larry and Eileen Dean

Margaret Dethloff and Terri Zeh

Patrick and Rachel English

Mary Lou M. Findley

Patrick D. Gallagher

Andres and Jessica Gonzalez

Peter and Beth Gottsacker

Greater Milwaukee Foundation

Norman and Lucy Cohn Family Fund

Flesch Family Fund

Richard Grunke and William Grasch

John J. Halechko and Marc Colletti

Paul and Gloria Halverson

Judy Hansen

Christopher and Katherine Hermann

Jewish Community Foundation

Jane and Steve Chernof

Suzy B. Ettinger Donor Advised Fund

Jeff and Sarah Joerres

Mark and Ginny Kannenberg

Keyes Family

Krista Kile

Dennis and Cheryl Konkol

Mark and Jenny Kopetsky

Connie and John Kordsmeier

Billie W. Kubly

Jean and David Lauer

Phoebe Lewis

Rick and Roberta London

Ann MacIver

Linda and Greg Marcus

John Mathie

Debesh and Linda Mazumdar

Maureen McCabe

Tom and Renee McCutcheon

Patti McKeithan

Jim Meier

Joe Minton and Kerryann Haase Minton

Bob and Jan Montgomery

Scott and Marjorie Moon

Beth and Greg Myers

David and Abigail Nash

Drs. Mark and Jennifer Niedfeldt

Gina and Eric Peter

Joe and Katie Pickart

Drs. Alan L. Pohl and Carol C. Pohl

Bill Priebe

Cathy Procton

Tom and Susan Quadracci

The Wilbert and Genevieve

Schauer Foundation

Jim and Andrea Schloemer

Howard and Susan Schoenfeld

Linda L. Sell, MD

Paul and Kathy Slesar

Jeffrey P. and Dr. Lori Sommerfeld

Scott and Mary Ellen Stanek

Judith A. Steinke

Laura Strain

The Streich Family Foundation

Rich and Jean Tennessen

Harry and Mary Beth Van Groll

Melanie and Brian Wolf

Director ($5,000-$9,999)

Anonymous (3)

Amy L. Argall

Richard and Sara Aster

Katharine Banzhaf

Ivor and Carol Benjamin

Cristin and Jonathan Bock

Bradley and Glenna Brin

Bladen and Julia Burns

Steve Check

Sue D’Alessio

Randall Daut and Patricia Ryan

Antony and Nikki D’Cruz

Thomas J. and Deborah W. Degnan

Paul and Paula Eberle

Greater Milwaukee Foundation

Joan and Peter W. Bruce Fund

Howard and Susan Hopwood Fund

Joseph and Laura Mantoan Family Fund

David and Marion Meissner

Thomas Harty and Sharon Stafford Harty

Thomas and Katherine Hauske

Katie Heil

John and Jean Henderson

Jerold Hershberger and Kathi Hillyer

Ken and Janet Howenstine

Lynda Johnson

Mary Johnson

Michael and Deborah Kaerek

Richard and Tracey Klein

Family Charitable Trust

Kristine Krause and Scott Patulski

Sandy Laedtke

John Machulak

Elaine and Gerry Mainman

Francis and Rose Mary Matusinec

Victoria S. McCormick

James McFarland

Daryl and Rita Melzer

Jim and Sally Mergener

Drs. Ann and Steve Merkow

Patricia and William Moren

Dwight and Marleen Morgan

Bernie Mrazik and Jeanie Jerde

Jim and Betty Jo Nelsen

Diane K. O’Connor

Marlene Ott

James and Morgan Phelps

Fred Pike and Cecilia Taylor

Bruce and Candy Pindyck

Blaine and Linda Rieke

Gayle Rosemann and Paul McElwee

Ron and Micky Sadoff

Thomas and Iphigenia Smith

Dr. Mark and Nancy Smuckler

Dr. and Mrs. C. John Snyder

Kimberly and Owen Sullivan

Gile and Linda Tojek

Curtis and Deborah Tomczyk

Lisa Trost

Nic and Sally Wahl

Paul Wanat

Dianne and Darrel White

Paul and Katherine Zavada

Designer ($2,500-$4,999)

Anonymous (7)

Helen Ambuel

Abby and Omar Andrietsch

Lisa and Souheil Badran

Barry Blackwell and Kathleen Eilers

Larry Bonney

Elizabeth Brenner

Robert and Sharon Brenner

Gerardo and Cynthia Caballero

Dr. John and Kathleen Cantieri

Timothy and Kathleen Carr

James Cauley and Brenda Andrews

Mark and Terri Chelmowski

Kathryn and Kelly Clark

Rachael and Joe Conrad

Jim and Marybeth Cottrill

Frank Daily and Julianna Ebert

Lloyd and Tammy Davis

Karen and Robert Dean

Tom DeChant and Paul Gibler

Sandy and George Dionisopoulos

Carol Z. Dolphin

Kristin and Eric Dufek

Bob and Teri Duffy

Susan and Gee Esslinger

Bill and Susanne Gay

Jack Gebhardt and Deborah McKeithan-Gebhardt

Liz and Rick Gebhardt

Rod and Linda Gehrig

Tim and Sandy Gerend

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Thomas Golding

Greater Milwaukee Foundation

Rob Gardenier and Lori Morse Gardenier

Charitable Fund

Bernadine and Stephen Graff Fund

Nancy E. Hack Fund

Margaret Heminway Wells Fund

Soik Family

John and Denise Grogan

Delphine Gurzynski

Elizabeth Hancock and Susan Nevala

Leland Hansen

Laurie Hazzard

Henry and Margery Howard

Steve and Karen Huser

Stephen Jacobs and Pat Curley

Thomas Jensen and Claudia Francis

Jewish Community Foundation

Micaela Levine Donor Advised Fund

Greg and Jackie Johnson

Judy and Gary Jorgensen

Maureen Kania Swokowski

Patti Keating Kahn and Chuck Kahn

Kevin and Margaret Kinney

Keith Knopf and Gayle Dorn

Michelle Kolp

Tim Kraetsch and Mike Wavra

Marina and Frank Krejci

Renee Kubesh and TJ Morley

Drs. Kaye and Prakash Laud

Paul and Patty Lucca

Jeffrey and Pamela Lueken

Duane and Kay Maas

Katherine McCombe

Alan and Nancy Meier

Judith Miller

Claudia and Joseph Moll

Vivian Moller

Molly Mulroy

Alan and Kathy Olsen

Marlyene Pfeiffer

Jonas and Sylvia Prising

Dr. Thomas Raimann and Mick Dwyer

Jim and Lys Reiskytl

David and Pat Rierson

Wayne and Christine Sage

Rick and Jean Schmalfeld

Patrick Schmidt and Dewey Caton

Richard and Mary Schnell

Tim and Margaret Schoewe

James and Kathi Scholler

Dennis P. Sheahan

Scott and Dulcie Shoener

Jud and Amy Snyder

Rick and Maureen Stallé

Kent and Marna Tess-Mattner

John and Anne Thomas

Carla and Greg Von Roenn

Neal and Cathy Wegner

Sue Wells

David and Mary Welnetz

Eric and Sarah Whyte

Jay and Laura Wigdale

Prati and Norm Wojtal

Wilfred Wollner

Playwright ($1,000-$2,499)

Anonymous (9)

Kathleen and Robert Anger

Christopher and Jessie Banaszak

Michael Barber and Jacqueline Herd-Barber

Kathleen and Robert Bardunias

Jim and Nora Barry

Jeff Barth

Bob Barthel

Richard and Diana Barthel

Carla and Burt Bartlett

Jack and Virginia Beatty

Lucien and Holly Beaudry

Jackie Behnke

Scott Beightol and Desiree Erickson Beightol

Larry Bialcik

Dan Blinka

Joel and Audra Brennan

Allison and Dan Byrne

Nicole Caffrey

Trish Calvy

Brian and Elizabeth Casey

B. Lauren and Margaret Charous

Aleta and Walt Chossek

Nathan and Beth Colson

Nicole and Jack Cook

Matt Cudney

Erickajoy and John Daniels

Sue and Russ Darrow

Julie Davis

Eric and Lynn Delzer

Mary Ross Denison

Lloyd Dickinson and Kristin Bergstrom

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