Program - "Unforgettable: John-Mark McGaha Sings Nat King Cole"

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LAUREN JELENCOVICH Friday, October 28, 2022 • 7:30 p.m. A deeply passionate artist, soprano Lauren Jelencovich will dazzle with Broadway, pop, and classical music. YESTERDAY AND TODAY: THE INTERACTIVE BEATLES EXPERIENCE Friday, November 18, 2022 • 7:30 p.m. An amazing program of Beatles music determined completely by the audience through request cards filled out prior to the show. SILVER BELLS AND DIAMONDS Saturday, December 10, 2022 • 2:30 p.m. Enjoy great holiday favorites along with hit songs from the 50s, 60s, 70s, and 80s. KO-THI DANCE COMPANY Friday, February 3, 2023 • 7:30 p.m. Ko-Thi Dance Company passionately preserves and performs dance and music rooted in the cultures of the African Diaspora. ALLIANCE BRASS Friday, March 31, 2023 • 7:30 p.m. Alliance Brass has emerged as one of the country’s most exciting ensembles. PIANO CELEBRATIONS SERIES Celebrate the beauty, power, and majesty of the Steinway grand piano in this series: Jenny Lin Sunday, October 23, 2022 • 2:30 p.m. Barron Ryan Saturday, February 11, 2023 • 2:30 p.m. Anderson & Roe Piano Duo Sunday, April 16, 2023 • 2:30 p.m. Center for Arts and Performance | Schwan Concert Hall 8815 W. Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Box Office: 414.443.8802 For more information, tickets, and video samples visit: wlc.edu/guestartistseries 2

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#WeRepMilwaukee Milwaukee Rep is the largest performing arts organization in Wisconsin, typically welcoming 300,000 people at 700 performances of 12 to 15 productions a season at the Patty & Jay Baker Theater Complex featuring three unique performance venues – the Quadracci Powerhouse (720 seats), Stiemke Studio (205 seats) and Stackner Cabaret (186 seats). For over six decades, Milwaukee Rep has been a centerpiece of Milwaukee’s vibrant arts and cultural scene with productions ranging from Broadway musicals to Shakespeare to American Classics and New Works that are entertaining, inclusive and impactful. Under the leadership of Artistic Director Mark Clements and Executive Director Chad Bauman, Milwaukee Rep creates worldclass theater experiences for our audiences and uses education and civic engagement to bring diverse people together for healthy and respectful dialogue around important issues facing us today. Just like Milwaukee, we’re not what people usually expect. We’re more diverse. More impactful. More modern. From the stage to the streets, the things we do, we do to bring out the best in our region. Our work is representative of Milwaukee’s rich diversity as we aim to be a theater that is welcoming and inspirational to all.

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Production

Written and Directed by Angela Ingersoll Story Supervisor John-Mark McGaha

Artists Lounge Live Executive Producer Michael Ingersoll Artists Lounge Live Artistic Director Angela Ingersoll

Music Director/Piano (Tues - Fri) William Kurk Drums Ryan Bennett

Music Director/Piano (Sat - Sun) Chuck Larkin

Upright Bass Jeff Hamann

Saxophone/Flute Jesse Montijo

Band Arrangements Jo Ann Daugherty, Jason Ellis Lighting Designer Aaron Lichamer

Production Coordinator Josh Hart

SEPTEMBER 9 – NOVEMBER 6, 2022 | STACKNER CABARET

The David Kundert Stackner Cabaret Season Executive Producers

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PRODUCTION SUPPORT Alternates.....................................................................................................................Charles Heath (Drums) Line Producer................................................................................................................................Laura Braza Unforgettable will be performed with one intermission. The videotaping or other video or audio recording of this production is strictly prohibited.

PRODUCTION STAFF Director of Production..................................................................................................................Jared Clarkin Associate Production Manager..............................................................................................Kaitlyn Anderson Technical Director......................................................................................................................Sean Walters Associate Technical Director............................................................................................................Joseph Fry Properties Director.................................................................................................................Kelly Kreutsberg Charge Scenic Artist......................................................................................................................Jim Medved Costume Director.................................................................................................................Nicholas Hartman Sound & Video Director...........................................................................................................Tate E Thompson Production Stage Manager.....................................................................................................Kimberly Carolus Milwaukee Repertory Theater operates under an agreement between the League of Resident Theatres and Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States. The scenic, costume, lighting and sound designers in LORT Theatres are represented by United Scenic Artists, Local USA-829 of the IATSE and our stagehands and carpenters are members of Milwaukee Theatrical Stage Employees’ Union IATSE Local 18. Milwaukee Rep is an equal opportunity employer. Milwaukee Rep is proud to be a member of The United Performing Arts Fund (UPAF), which provides major annual financial support.

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John-Mark

McGaha

is

an

acclaimed

singer,

actor,

storyteller,

and

multi-instrumentalist. He headlines concerts across the country with Artists

Lounge Live, starring in Signed, Sealed, Delivered: John-Mark McGaha Sings

Stevie Wonder, Someday At Christmas: John-Mark McGaha Sings Stevie Wonder,

Unforgettable John-Mark McGaha Sings Nat King Cole, and A Nat King Cole

Christmas. T heatre credits include starring Off-Broadway in the musical Cafe A

Gago and portraying jazz great Lionel Hampton in Tuxedo Junction. Other credits

nationwide include Smokey Joe's Cafe; Violet; The Ray Charles Legacy; The

Sinatra Legacy; and The Cash Legacy at Nashville's historic Ryman Auditorium.

Also a music arranger, he provided Music Direction and Adaptation for the world

premiere musical Ocean 1222: A Black Family Christmas. Television appearances

include a featured musical guest spot on BET's Centric Celebrates Selma: 50th Anniversary Music Special. A native of Birmingham, Alabama, McGaha began studying classical piano at the age of five. He performed internationally as a teen,

adding organ, guitar, saxophone, and voice to his repertoire. He studied Piano,

Opera, Musical Theatre, and Music Education at Birmingham Southern College

and attended the American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA) in New York.

His central passion is worshipping God in spirit and truth. He served as Director

of Contemporary Worship and Arts at Trinity United Methodist Church in

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BIOS Michael Ingersoll Executive Producer, Artists Lounge Live Michael Ingersoll is a producer, actor, writer, director, touring recording artist, and all-around entertainer. He is the Executive Producer of Artists Lounge Live, which he co-founded with wife Angela Ingersoll. He currently tours the concert Southern Nights: Michael Ingersoll Sings Glen Campbell. Ingersoll won acclaim starring as Nick Massi of the Four Seasons in Jersey Boys, originating the Broadway Tour casts in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Chicago. Recently, he directed Jersey Boys for Arrow Rock Lyceum. Ingersoll also created the retro-rock PBS sensation Under the Streetlamp. He toured internationally with the quartet, starring in four PBS concert specials, and recording five albums. Other television: The Tonight Show, The Oprah Winfrey Show, Primetime Emmy Awards, PBS’ Capitol Fourth, Access Hollywood, Chicago Fire, The Beast, coproducing three Streetlamp specials, and executive producing the Emmy-nominated Get Happy: Angela Ingersoll Sings Judy Garland. Film: Walk the Line (Donzil). Other theatre: tick, tick...BOOM! (Jonathan Larson, Jeff nomination), Of Mice and Men (George, Ostrander nomination), Floyd Collins (Floyd, Ostrander nomination), and Bat Boy: The Musical (Bat Boy, Ostrander nomination). Other concerts: Lean On Me: The Brotherhood of Roll ‘n Roll and Happy Together: Michael and Angela Ingersoll. artistsloungelive.com Angela Ingersoll Director, Writer and Artistic Director, Artists Lounge Live Angela Ingersoll is an award-winning actress, singer, comedienne, writer, director, and producer. She is the Artistic Director of Artists Lounge Live, which she co-founded with husband Michael Ingersoll. Ingersoll received an Emmy Award nomination for her performance in Get Happy: Angela Ingersoll Sings Judy Garland on PBS. She currently tours the live concert nationwide, including a recent run at Milwaukee Rep. Ingersoll

also won acclaim starring as Judy Garland in multiple productions of End of the Rainbow, receiving Chicago’s Jeff Award, a Broadway World Award, and Los Angeles Times Woman of the Year in Theatre Award. Other theatre: How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (Hedy LaRue, Jeff nomination), Carousel (Julie), South Pacific (Nellie), Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (Belle, Ostrander Award), Man of La Mancha (Aldonza, Ostrander nomination), Jekyll and Hyde (Lucy, Ostrander Award), The Secret Garden (Martha, Jeff nomination), The Mistress Cycle (Anais Nin, Jeff nomination), Ragtime (Evelyn Nesbit, Ostrander nomination), Much Ado About Nothing (Beatrice), Macbeth (Lady Macbeth, Ostrander Award), Richard III (Lady Anne), The Wizard of Oz (Dorothy), and The Second City. Other television: Chicago PD (Annie). Other concerts: The 12 Dames of Christmas and Happy Together: Michael and Angela Ingersoll. angelaingersoll.com William Kurk Music Director/Piano (Tues - Fri) William Kurk is a diverse and in-demand piano and synthesizer afficiando, music director, band leader, composer, and recording artist. Chicago Theatre credits include Music Directing Sarafina (Black Theatre Alliance Award nomination), Once On This Island, Ragtime, Hair, Runaways, Godspell, Nefertiti, The Wiz, and Cabaret. He also music directs several concerts in theaters nationwide with Artists Lounge Live. Kurk has toured with popular acts including The Dells, Marvelettes, Platters, and Coasters, and accompanied an array of notable artists including Dionne Warwick, Melba Moore, Martha Reeves, Koko Taylor, Andre DeShields, Taylor Dane, Chico DeBarge, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, KRS-ONE, Kool Moe Dee, Michelle Williams, Ronnie DeVoe, and Bill Cosby. As a recording artist, Kurk has released seven full-length albums, including The Sound: Volumes 1,2, & 3, Pop Fusion, Super Pop Fusion, Legacy, and Willionaire. He founded the band William Kurk Enterprise and is also a member Chicago Unforgettable

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BIOS wedding/corporate band Lakeshore Encores. Kurk is the host of web series Synth Sounds Of and the documentary Electric Rhythm for Reverb.com. He is a graduate of Columbia College Chicago with a BM in Composition. williamkurk.com Chuck Larkin Music Director/Piano (Sat - Sun) Chuck Larkin is an award-winning pianist, music director, conductor, composer, and cabaret artist. He returns to Milwaukee Rep after playing Get Happy: Angela Ingersoll Sings Judy Garland. Larkin spent seven years as Associate Conductor and Keyboardist for Jersey Boys in the Broadway in Chicago and National Tour casts. Music Director credits include world premieres of Mr Dickens’ Hat, Shining Lives, and River’s End; also Far From Home, Sentimental Journey: A Musical Tale of Love and War, A Civil War Christmas, and At Wit’s End; and work at American Folklore Theatre. A renowned cabaret artist, Larkin is a regular at Chicago’s Davenport’s, Venus Cabaret, and countless other club venues. He also toured extensively with Franc D’Ambrosio’s Broadway Cabaret series. Composer and lyricist credits include Hen Lake, Sophie’s Masterpiece, and the awardwinning River’s End. An evening of his songs, Keep Me In Love, received an After Dark Award for Chicago’s Number 1 Cabaret Show. Larkin performed his original works at Chicago Humanities Festival, New York’s ASCAP/ MAC songwriter showcase, and onstage at Carnegie Hall in Now and Then, A Salute to Contemporary Songwriters.

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Ryan Bennett Drums As a drummer, percussionist, and teacher in the Chicago area, Ryan Bennett is an in-demand performer in many styles of music. He played drums in the hit Broadway show Jersey Boys, both the Broadway in Chicago production and National Touring company. Other performances of note include shows with pop songstress Tori Amos, trumpeter Randy Brecker, and guitarist John Abercrombie. Bennett has performed at clubs and festival venues at home and abroad and has toured extensively throughout the US. He has appeared on three PBS specials playing drumset, hand percussion, and orchestral percussion. Additionally, Ryan Bennett is an accomplished and sought-after videographer and photographer who specializes in capturing live performance. Jeff Hamann Upright Bass Jeff Hamann is an accomplished bassist and educator who has taught and performed for over thirty years. He currently teaches and performs for the Milwaukee Jazz Institute. Hamann has been heard by millions over the last twenty years on the National Public Radio Show “Michael Feldman’s Whad’Ya Know?.” He has performed throughout the U.S and toured internationally with a who’s who of jazz legends that include Charles McPherson, Benny Golson, Phil Woods, Ben Sidran, Frank Morgan, Ray Appleton, Peter Bernstein, Brian Lynch, David Hazeltine, Eric Alexander and Cheyenne Jackson. Prestigious international festival appearances include Jazz Yatra in Mumbai, India and Monte Carlo Jazz festival. jeffhamannjazz.wordpress.com


#WeRepMilwaukee Jesse Montijo Saxophone/Flute

Josh Hart Production Coordinator

Jesse Montijo is a Milwaukee-based saxophonist, composer, and multiinstrumentalist. He has performed with several Grammy Award-winning artists including Blues legend Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown, Jazz trumpeter Roy Hargrove, and Ibanez guitarist Larry Mitchell. Other collaborations include working with Fred Wesley (musical director for James Brown’s backing unit “the J.B.’s”) and Sam Mayfield (music director for soul legend Solomon Burke.) Montijo is among a handful of saxophonists in the world that perform Flamenco music. He spent two years touring with the American Flamenco Repertory Company, and was featured at the ‘International Festival Flamenco.’ Montijo is a member of NYC’s Jazz Foundation of America, representing them in Milwaukee with the Jazz Foundation Quartet. He also serves as an instructor for Milwaukee Jazz Insititute. jessecatalinomontijo.wordpress.com

Josh is delighted to return to the Milwaukee Rep team! After graduating from the University of Chicago, he moved to Milwaukee and worked at Milwaukee Rep for two seasons as a stage management resident and fellow. Some of his favorite recent shows include Hedwig and the Angry Inch, A Christmas Carol and Piano Men at Milwaukee Rep and Stew at Milwaukee Chamber Theatre. As always, he sends all of his love and gratitude to Amaris, Stephan, Rufio, Zippy and Billina.

Charles Heath Percussion Alternate

Aaron Lichamer Lighting Designer Based out of Chicago/Milwaukee, Aaron is the current Lighting & Video Director for Milwaukee Repertory Theater. He has worked extensively throughout the Midwest, and is glad to have had the opportunity to design for Milwaukee Rep. He holds a BFA in Lighting Design from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Charles “Rick” Heath IV is a world renowned drummer, educator, and producer who has toured and recorded with jazz legend Ramsey Lewis, Grammy and Tony Award winning songstress Dee Dee Bridgewater, Phillip Bailey of Earth, Wind & Fire, and many others. He also served as the resident drummer with the National Tour of Oprah Winfrey and Quincy Jones’ production of The Color Purple. As an educator, Heath is an adjunct professor at Columbia College and the University of Illinois (circle campus), as well as the founder of the Heath School of Music for Chicago’s inner-city students aged 5-18. Charles Heath is constantly breaking barriers as a humanitarian and musician, leading with first class professionalism and style. charlesrickheath.net

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BIOS CONT. Mark Clements Artistic Director Mark is an awardwinning 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. Milwaukee Rep directing credits include the world premieres of One House Over, his own adaptation of the current A Christmas Carol, Five Presidents and American Song. Also directed for Milwaukee Rep: Titanic The Musical, Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol, Things I Know To Be True (American Premiere), Junk, The Glass Menagerie, Of Mice and Men, Othello, Death of a Salesman, The History of Invulnerability, End of the Rainbow, Clybourne Park and Bombshells. Some of his New York and international work includes Speaking in Tongues, The Milliner and Blunt Speaking, in addition to creating and directing the West End and UK National Tour of Soul Train. Prior to joining Milwaukee Rep, Mark served as an Associate Artistic Director for several UK theater companies, most notably, Artistic Director for the award-winning Derby Playhouse in the UK from 1992-2002, 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 from his time at Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia. Mark is currently working with Ayad Akhtar on adapting his critically acclaimed novel American Dervish for the stage to make its world premiere at Milwaukee Rep in an upcoming season.

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Chad Bauman Executive Director Now in his tenth 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, one to remodel and expand the Stackner Cabaret and the other to build the endowment, launch the John (Jack) D. Lewis New Play Development Program, create a new A Christmas Carol and deepen the theater’s community engagement programs. Through his efforts, the theater has been awarded UPAF’s Good Steward Award six times and became the only performing arts organization in Wisconsin with a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator. 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 200,000 square feet, performing arts complex dedicated to American voices and playwrights. While at Arena Stage, he worked on the Broadway transfers of Next to Normal (Pulitzer Prize; Tony Award), Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Tony Award), Wishful Drinking starring Carrie Fisher, in addition to the world premieres of Marcus Gardley’s Every Tongue Confess starring Phylicia Rashad and Red Hot Patriot starring Kathleen Turner. He has been named to Milwaukee Business Journal’s Top 40 under 40 and a “Friend of the Hispanic Community” by the United Community Center. He currently serves as the President of the Milwaukee Arts Partners, Vice President of the Board of Pathways High School, Treasurer of Imagine MKE and Coordinator for Equity, Diversity & Inclusion for AFS Student Exchange Programs. Bauman is a graduate of Harvard Business School’s Strategic Perspectives in Non-Profit Management program with a Master of Fine Arts in producing from the CalArts. He and his husband Justin live in Whitefish Bay.


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ADMINISTRATION

EDUCATION & ENGAGEMENT

Managing Director..........Melissa Vartanian-Mikaelian General Manager........................................Ryan Looke Executive Assistant....................................Kelli Lopina Company Manager..................................Amaris Bates Assistant General Manager...................Emily Ottinger Receptionists.................................Keywon Brownlow, Michael Evans, Mary Muehleisen

Chief Education & Engagement Officer..............................Jenny Toutant Education & Engagement Director of Programs.......................N’Jameh Russell-Camara Associate Director of Education.......Brittany Sue Hines Education Coordinator...................Ro Spice-Kopischke Education & Engagement Administrator......................................Xodia Choate Program Coordinator—Next Narrative (TM) Monologue Competition.................Jarvell Williams Education & Engagement Resident........Reed McLean Teaching Artists..................................Maura Atwood, Maria Beilke, Ty’Rel Belin, La’Ketta Caldwell, Jacob Horstmeier, Jacob Knuth, Josh Krause, George Lorimer, Sophie Murk, Zoe Osk, Brandi Reed, Tony Roman, Alexis Smith

ARTISTIC Associate Artistic Director..........................Laura Braza Artistic Producer— Casting & Special Events…..............Jonathan Hetler Artistic Producer— Training & Audience Engagement.....Jeffrey Mosser Assistant Artistic Producer…....Annika Perez-Krikorian

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Chief Financial Officer............................Matt Leibham Senior Accountant.................................Susan Proctor Payroll & Benefits Associate................Cristina Hughes Accounting Associate........................Tim Petropoulos

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I can only make a planned gift through an estate plan or will.

Planned gifts are only for the wealthy.

Estate planning is only about distributing my assets.

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2021/22 DONORS SUSTAINING TRUSTEES 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 Joaquín Altoro Patsy Aster James Baillon Jay Baker Katharine Banzhaf Matt Bartel James E. Braza Joyce G. Broan Warren Buliox Bladen Burns Danny Cunningham Karen Dean Mark J. Diliberti George A. Dionisopoulos Robert Dye Norman Dyer Stephen Einhorn James D. Ericson Susan Esslinger

Timothy C. Frautschi Molly Kubly Fritz Patrick Gallagher Connie Gavin Katherine M. Gehl Cecilia Gilbert Anne Gimbel Kathleen Gray William Guc Elizabeth Quadracci-Harned 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

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

PRESIDENTS’ COUNCIL 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

Gregory C. Oberland Edward Seaberg W. Kent Velde

LIMELIGHT LEGACY SOCIETY MEMBERS The Limelight Legacy Society is a group of visionary donors who support Milwaukee Rep through a planned gift. New members as of May 1, 2022 are in bold. To learn more about membership opportunities and benefits, please contact Alli Engelsma-Mosser at 414-290-5366 or Aengelsma-mosser@milwaukeerep.com. George R. Affeldt, Jr. Sharee Allain and David Schertz Richard and Sara Aster Gerald and Gail Baccetti Bob Balderson John and Carol Bannen Katharine Banzhaf Brian and Rebekah Barsch Adam and Megan Bauman Chad Bauman and Justin Dunleavy Mark and Victoria Benskin Bill Beyer Mark Biehl Melita Biese Joyce G. Broan Mark E. Carstensen and Mary M. Horton Jane and Stephen Chernof Mark Clements and Kelley Faulkner Chris and Judi Collins Diane Dalton Randall Daut and Patricia Ryan Susan and Bill Dawicke Robert and Karen Dean H. Robert Dittmer

Carol Z. Dolphin Amy Dorman Dr. Eric Durant and Scott Swickard Rosemarie Eierman Roma Eiseman Don Ellingsen Susan and Gee Esslinger Janet Fleck James and Ellen Flesch Deborah Fugenschuh and Mark Hinchey Rob Gardenier and Lori Morse Gardenier Bill and Susanne Gay Delphine Gurzynski Richard and Susan Hackl Sybille Hamilton Arlene Hansen Judy Hansen Leland Hansen John and Susan Harrits Edward Hashek and John Jors Thomas and Catherine Heinen Kathleen Gray and Ron Hofer Lois and William Hoover Dr. Lawrence Howards

Janet Kellogg Hume Cathryn Jakicic Deb and Peter Johnson Bradley J. Kalscheur Richard and Diane Kane Margaret Knitter Christine Krause David Kundert Sandra L. Laedtke James and Mary LaVelle Mr. and Mrs. Llewellyn E. Licht Robert and Susan Lueger Carol and Rob Manegold Jim and Sally Mergener Anthony and Donna Meyer Vivian Moller Bob and Jan Montgomery Charles and Barbara Murphy Greg and Rhonda Oberland Karen E. Owens Sara L. Grotenrath and James Pech Marlyene Pfeiffer Ronald and Barbara Poe Dr. Thomas Raimann and Mick Dwyer Jeff Glock and Jane Reilly

David and Pat Rierson Sara Risley Gayle Rosemann and Paul McElwee Patricia A. Santilli James and Kathleen Scholler Ed Seaberg and Patrick Smith Margery Senn Brenda Skelton and Jim Bendtsen Aileen M. Smith Amanda Springob Terry R. Sutter John and Kine Torinus Harry and Mary Beth Van Groll Judy Van Till Paul Vandeveld Kent and Marcia Velde Carla and Greg Von Roenn Greg and Jodi Wait David and Cheryl Walker Neal and Cathy Wegner Sue Wells Barbara Wesener Stacy and Blair Williams Paul and Sandy Wysocki

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2021/22 DONORS CONT. The following list represents organizations and individuals who have made a cumulative contribution of $500 or more between June 8, 2021 – August 8, 2022. For a complete list of all our supporters, please visit www.MilwaukeeRep.com.

Corporation, Foundation and Government Giving $1 million +

Herzfeld Foundation United Performing Arts Fund (UPAF)

$100,000 – $999,999

The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation National Endowment for the Arts Northwestern Mutual Rockwell Automation Shubert Foundation We Energies Foundation

$50,000 – $99,999

Arts Midwest PNC Wells Fargo West Bend Mutual Insurance

$25,000 – $49,999

Associated Bank Bader Philanthropies Patty and Jay Baker Foundation BMO CAMPAC Ralph Evinrude Foundation Greater Milwaukee Foundation Johnson Controls Milwaukee Public Schools Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren S.C. Studio Gear

$10,000 – $24,999

Baird Demmer Charitable Trust Eppstein Uhen Architects Fiduciary Management Godfrey & Kahn, S.C. William N. and Janice V. Godfrey Family Foundation Frieda & William Hunt Memorial Trust InterPark Milwaukee Center The Marcus Corporation National LGBT Chamber of Commerce PricewaterhouseCoopers RDK Foundation Saint John’s on the Lake Wisconsin Arts Board Wisconsin Department of Health Services

$1,000 – $9,999

Adient American Family Insurance ANON Charitable Trust Brewers Community Foundation Burke Properties CG Schmidt, Inc. Deloitte

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Einhorn Family Foundation Foley & Lardner Froedtert Health GRAEF Green Bay Packers Foundation Evan and Marion Helfaer Foundation Hunzinger Construction Company Husch Blackwell Dorothy Inbusch Foundation MGIC Investment Corporation Michels Corporation Milwaukee Arts Board Molson Coors Charles D. Ortgiesen Foundation Jane Bradley Pettit Foundation Quarles & Brady Riverwater Partners LLC Spear Arts Education Fund Townsend Foundation U.S. Bank The Walbec Group Willis Towers Watson Windsor Advisory Group, LLC

$500-$999

Actors’ Equity Foundation, Inc. Greater Milwaukee Association of Realtors Youth Foundation Camille A. Lonstorf Trust

Participants in the Matching Gift Program

Abbvie American Family Insurance Dreams Foundation Baird Caterpillar Foundation Eaton Corporation GE Foundation Greater Milwaukee Foundation Bucyrus Foundation, Inc. Husch Blackwell Johnson Controls Foundation Leonardo Drs PAC Charity Match Program Merck Partnership For Giving Microsoft Corporation Netapp PNC Principal Financial Group Progressive Insurance Foundation Reader’s Digest Foundation Rockwell International Corp. Trust Matching Gift Program We Energies Foundation Wells Fargo Zurn Water Solutions


#WeRepMilwaukee Milwaukee Rep welcomes gifts of securities and stocks. If you plan to make such a gift, please notify the Development Department at 414-290-0717 so we can properly credit and acknowledge your generosity.

Individual Giving Luminary ($100,000+) Anonymous Melanie and Steve Booth Elaine Burke Greater Milwaukee Foundation Judith A. Keyes Family Fund Billie W. Kubly Lubar Family Foundation Sheldon and Marianne Lubar David and Madeleine Lubar Joan Lubar and John Crouch Susan Lubar Vince Martin Greg and Rhonda Oberland Jim Phillips Clark and Diane Slipher Visionary ($50,000-$99,999) Anonymous Bladen and Julia Burns Robert C. Burrell Tom and Molly Duffey Four-Four Foundation Greater Milwaukee Foundation Tony and Andrea Bryant David Kundert Kristine and Wayne Lueders Sally Manegold Anthony Petullo Foundation Ed Seaberg and Patrick Smith Thomas and Iphigenia Smith A.J. Star and Mark Clausen Craig and Mara Swan Julia and David Uihlein David and Cheryl Walker Artistic Producer ($25,000-$49,999) Anonymous Richard and Sara Aster James Awe Jo Ann and Richard Beightol Karen and Mark Bitzan Bradley Impact Fund Jason and Diep Graham Charitable Fund Cheri and Tom Briscoe Dr. Eric Durant and Scott Swickard Robert and Joan Feitler Greater Milwaukee Foundation Flesch Family Fund Sandra and William Haack Christopher Harned and Elizabeth Quadracci-Harned Carla H. Hay Bryan and Rebecca House Keyes Family Patti McKeithan Christine Symchych and Jim McNulty Harry and Mary Beth Van Groll Kate and Don Wilson Producer ($10,000-$24,999) Anonymous (5) Fran Adams Isabel Bader

Bob Balderson Donna and Donald Baumgartner Ivor and Carol Benjamin Croen Foundation, Inc. Margaret Dethloff and Terri Zeh Patrick and Rachel English Suzy B. Ettinger Foundation Peter Foote and Robin Wilson The Molly and David Fritz Family Peter and Beth Gottsacker Greater Milwaukee Foundation Kevin and Roseann Lyons Fund Norman and Lucy Cohn Family Fund Rob Gardenier and Lori Morse Gardenier Charitable Fund John J. Halechko and Marc Colletti Judy Hansen John and Susan Harrits Christopher and Katherine Hermann Mark and Sue Irgens Judy and Gary Jorgensen Krista Kile Dennis and Cheryl Konkol Mark and Jenny Kopetsky Phoebe Lewis Dawne and Ray Manista Linda and Debesh Mazumdar David and Abigail Nash Diane K. O’Connor Peck Foundation, Milwaukee LTD. Gina and Eric Peter Bill Priebe Tom and Susan Quadracci Augustin and Rebecca Ramirez Catherine and Buddy Robinson Saints Andrew and Mark Charitable Gift Trust Meredith and Thomas Scrivner Kathleen H. Seidel Jeffrey P. Sommerfeld and Dr. Lori Sommerfeld Director ($5,000-$9,999) Anonymous (3) James and Susan Baillon Wendy and Warren Blumenthal James E. and Mary K. Braza Frank and Caryl Briscoe Chris and Judi Collins Sue D’Alessio Robert and Karen Dean Thomas J. and Deborah W. Degnan Sandy and George Dionisopoulos Greater Milwaukee Foundation Joan and Peter W. Bruce Fund Howard and Susan Hopwood Fund Donna and Tony Meyer Fund Richard Grunke and William Grasch Thomas and Katherine Hauske Katie Heil Henry and Suzanne Herzing Ken and Janet Howenstine John and Marci Hunzinger Jewish Community Foundation Jane and Steve Chernof Jeff and Sarah Joerres

Debbie Johnson Lynda Johnson Mike and Marie Johnson Connie and John Kordsmeier Susan and Tony Krausen Jean and David Lauer John Mathie Maureen McCabe John and Linda Mellowes Barbara J. Michaels Patricia and William Moren Drs. Mark and Jennifer Niedfeldt Joe and Katie Pickart Drs. Alan L. Pohl and Carol C. Pohl H. Richard Quadracci Ewens and Emilio Cabrera Dr. Thomas Raimann and Mick Dwyer David and Pat Rierson Gayle Rosemann and Paul McElwee Linda L. Sell, MD Jan Serr and John Shannon Paul and Kathy Slesar Dr. Mark and Nancy Smuckler Jud and Amy Snyder Kent and Marcia Velde Nic and Sally Wahl Ziegler Family Foundation Designer ($2,500-$4,999) Anonymous (3) Helen Ambuel Abby and Omar Andrietsch Lisa and Souheil Badran Gary and Connie Bakker Katharine Banzhaf Robert and Sharon Brenner Bradley and Glenna Brin Randal and Mary Lynn Brotherhood Peter and Bobbie Buening Dr. Bruce and Marsha Camitta John and Kathleen Cantieri Timothy and Kathleen Carr Jim and Marybeth Cottrill Sue and Curt Culver Lloyd and Tammy Davis Antony and Nikki D’Cruz Larry and Eileen Dean Bob and Teri Duffy Bill and Susanne Gay Jack Gebhardt and Deborah McKeithan-Gebhardt Tim and Sandy Gerend Paul and Gloria Halverson Leland Hansen Henry and Margery Howard Steve and Karen Huser Jewish Community Foundation Micaela Levine and Tom St. John Donor Advised Fund Maja Jurisic and Don Fraker Tim Kraetsch and Mike Wavra Christine Krause Kristine Krause and Scott Patulski Marina and Frank Krejci Sandy Laedtke

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2021/22 DONORS CONT. Franklin Loo and Sally Long Robert and Susan Lueger Elaine and Gerry Mainman Michael and Jane Malone Tom and Renee McCutcheon Merle and Sandra McDonald Jim and Sally Mergener Joe and Kerryann Minton Vivian Moller Dwight and Marleen Morgan Marlene Ott James and Morgan Phelps Fred Pike and Cecilia Taylor Jonas and Sylvia Prising Cathy Procton Jim and Lys Reiskytl Pat Rieselbach Chris Rowland Ron and Micky Sadoff Jay and Anne Schamberg Rick and Jean Schmalfeld Peggy Schneider Sue and Bud Selig Dennis P. Sheahan John and Karen Silseth Susan and Jim Taylor John and Anne Thomas Neal and Cathy Wegner Eric and Sarah Whyte Wilfred Wollner Paul and Katherine Zavada Playwright ($1,000-$2,499) Anonymous (13) Sharee Allain and David Schertz Amy L. Argall Astor Street Foundation Kevin and Jean Ball George Banda Kathleen and Robert Bardunias Richard and Diana Barthel Carla and Burt Bartlett Chad Bauman and Justin Dunleavy Jackie Behnke Art Blair Cristin and Jonathan Bock Bill and Barbara Boles Ginny Bolger Douglas and Barbara Braun Caridad Bravo-Fernandez Edward and Diane Braza Timothy Brennan Warren and Tina Buliox Allison and Dan Byrne Bruce and Kathi Campbell Jim Cauley and Brenda Andrews B. Lauren and Margaret Charous Steve and Nancy Check Thomas and Gisela Chelimsky Mark and Terri Chelmowski Kathryn and Kelly Clark Nathan and Beth Colson Mary and James M. Connelly Craig and Jeanette Cook Rev. David E. Cooper Cream City Foundation Valentine Fund Jolinda and Danny Cunningham Frank Daily and Julianna Ebert Tom DeChant and Paul Gibler Lloyd Dickinson and Kristin Bergstrom Carol Z. Dolphin

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Donna Drosner Mary Ann Dude Michael and Janet Durham Richard and Patricia Ehlert Tina Eickermann Dale and Mary Erickson Susan and Gee Esslinger Mary Lou M. Findley Moira Fitzgerald and Peter Kammer Jeff and Kelly Fitzsimmons Tom and Marcia Flanagan Frederick the Great Patrick D. Gallagher Gigi and Ivan Gamboa Rick and Liz Gebhardt Rod and Linda Gehrig Andres and Jessica Gonzalez Kathleen Gray and Ron Hofer Greater Milwaukee Foundation Bernadine and Stephen Graff Fund Nancy E. Hack Fund Margaret Heminway Wells Fund Hepburn “Bootstrap” Foundation JB Fund David and Marion Meissner Nile and Carol Soik Family Fund Thomas and Mary Grossman Calli and Thomas Guay Delphine Gurzynski Glen and Claire Hackmann Elizabeth Hancock and Susan Nevala Thomas Harty and Sharon Stafford Harty Margarete and David Harvey Edward Hashek and John Jors Katherine L. Hauser Laurie Hazzard Dave and Judy Hecker John and Jean Henderson Jerold Hershberger Genene and Sanaiah Hibbler Debra and Kevin Hood Hal Horneffer Peter and Linda Hotz Diana and James Hughes Stephen and Roberta Isaacson Jewish Community Foundation Raye David Debra and Peter Johnson Maureen Kania Swokowski Mark and Ginny Kannenberg Dr. Jack and Myrna Kaufman Patti Keating Kahn and Chuck Kahn Peggy and Mike Kelsey Jennifer and Michael Keough Jim Vollmer and Diane Kippenhan-Vollmer John and Debbie Kissinger Glenn Kleiman and Gisela Terner John and Bronwen Knappenberger Margaret Knight Robert and Naomi Knoll Don and Barb Koehler Lilane Koehn Mace Paul and Amy Kolo Ashley and Andy Koors Robert and Gail Korb Steven and Ianne Koritzinsky Kenneth Krei John and Victoria Laur William Leach and Willie and Jason Missy and William Levit Rita Lewenauer Steven Liszewski

Rick and Roberta London Duane and Kay Maas Thomas and Judith Mackenzie Andy and Janet Martin Dr. Brent and Susan Martin Daniel and Constance McCarty Katherine McCombe Victoria S. McCormick Ann and Robert McIntyre Julie and David Meier Ann Bartos Merkow and Steve Merkow George and Sallie Meyer Jill Meyers Judith Miller Gregory and Susan Milleville Anthony Mlinar Modern Woodman of America, Office of Taren Sartler Carol Moerke Erik and Carol Moeser Claudia and Joseph Moll Bob and Jan Montgomery Sarah Oberhofer Laurie Ocepek Dr. David Paris Marlyene Pfeiffer Matthew and Laurie Piette Earl Potter and Lani Williams Sylvia K. Pratt Susan Purtell Robert Purtock Phil and Lynell Raiche Jim Ramsey David and Roberta Remstad Carol Riegert Lynn Rix Daniel and Anna Robbins Richard and Karen Rodgers Andrew Ruehl Wayne and Christine Sage Jim and Andrea Schloemer Judy and Tom Schmid Patrick W. Schmidt and Dewey J. Caton Richard and Mary Schnell Aileen M. Smith Andrew and Lauri Srok Scott and Mary Ellen Stanek Charles and Jennifer Stearns Judith A. Steinke Linda and Richard Stevens Robert Storm and Catherine Shaw The Streich Family Foundation David and Paula Strelitz Kristyn Harrell and Michael Stull Jane Svinicki James and Elaine Sweet La Toya Sykes Colette Szczesny Rich and Jean Tennessen Gile and Linda Tojek Curtis and Deborah Tomczyk Keri Torgerson Lisa Trost Mike Uihlein Christine M. and Stephen C. VanderBloemen Teresa Velk Ryan Vincent and Bekah Newman Elizabeth Vokac Paul Wanat Robert and Kathleen Warner Dr. and Mrs. Paul Weisman Mark and Anne Weitenbeck


#WeRepMilwaukee Sue Wells Susan Wiegner Howard and Mernie Williams Connie Wilson and Mike Krueger Prati and Norm Wojtal Lee Wolcott Robert L. Woodbury Pete and Penny Woodcock Daryl and Bonnie Wunrow Joe and Mary Ann Zompa Principal Actor ($500-$999) Anonymous (13) Mary Ellen Acker John Alexander Shawn Alexander Jim and Terri Alioto Dorothy Anderson Elma Anderson Kathleen and Robert Anger Barb Anderson Fan Club Lynn and Charles Barney Brian and Rebekah Barsch Tom and Sally Basting Charles Baumgardner and Susan Jans Melissa and James Baxter Jack and Virginia Beatty Lucien and Holly Beaudry Donald Becker Diane and Thomas Belot Evert and Cindy Berndt Carolee Beutler Greg Bird Margaret Blodgett and Ken Miller Edward and Amy Blumenthal Danielle and Ramel Bly James Boerner Mike and Mary Bohren Darold and Cheryl Borree Paul Bosanac Steven Bowsher Joel and Audra Brennan Kristin Brey and Michael Sampson Jill Broekhuizen Anne and Arthur Brooks D’Araun Brown Chris Burgener and Linda Loke Carole Burns Mark and Penny Burrall Bruce and Joan Butterfield Peter and Laurie Byrne David Cadle Anne and Phil Callen Christopher and Kristine Cameron Bob Campbell Brian Casey Susan Cerletty Gregory Chandler Walt and Aleta Chossek Joseph and Julie Chusid Lana and Rick Colbo Gerry and Heidi Connolly Nicole and Jack Cook Suzanne and Don Cornell Cathy and Mario Costantini Anne Courtney Matt Cudney Russell and Susan Darrow Mary Paula Dix Doug Doers Ellen Drought Sue and Dennis Duellman

Henry Duffrin Patrick and Mary Duffy Marie Dupuis and Peter Westergard Mike and Kathy Dwyer Nancy Ellis Nelson Ellis Evelyn Ericson Patti Farrell and Randy Gschwind Ashley Faulkner Christine L. Fenner James and Susan Fergus Kari and Bill Foote Kathy Ford Patrick and Linda Ford Helen Forster Linda Frank Alec and Kristin Fraser Pamela Frautschi Ronald Froehlich Richard Gallagher Drs. Mark and Virginia Gennis Tony and Mary Gentine Thomas and Beth Giese Emma Gillette Jon and Nancy Gilmore Jeff Glock and Jane Reilly Lawrence and Hannah Goodman Christine Gould Barbara Grande Greater Milwaukee Foundation Bechthold Family Fund Sherry and Norm Malmon Philanthropic Fund Michael and Joanne Grebner Mitchel Griep Honorable Michael and Barbara Guolee Carol Gustafson Jackie Hallberg Arlene Hansen Dr. James and Mary Ann Hanson Cliff and Susan Hartmann Marge Hartwig John Healy and Mary L. Tobin Fred and Carol Heim Jeffrey and Heather Hein Ralph and Bonnie Hensel Drs. Daniel and Nancy Herrell Mary Beth Holloway Gary Holmes and Susan Holding Lois and William Hoover Dante and Jennifer Houston RC and Heather Huhn Roy H. Jablonka Valerie Jablonka Ronald E. Jacquart Deane and Vicky Jaeger A. W. Janikowsky Nancy Jesse Jewish Community Foundation Pam Kriger Donor Advised Fund Sherwood E. and Libby S. Temkin Donor Advised Fund Allen and Sharon Johnson Ashley and Lewis Johnson Mary Johnson Carol Jones Evan and Paula Kaiser Charles and Mary Kamps Melissa Kanios Tom Karakis and Colleen Lese Brian and Mary Lou Kennedy Thomas and Susan Kotur

Terry and Mary Krall Bruce Lammi Dan and Kathy Larsen Michael Lee Lloyd and Sheri Levin Mark and Cynthia Levy John E. and Karen M. Lewis Judie Liebenstein and Kelly Fowler Perry Lieuallen and Darcy McManus David and Mary Ann Lillich Nancy Lindenberg Dawn Lindsey Saskia Lodder Patricia Lombardo Adrian Love Paul and Patty Lucca James and Paula Lukas Glen and Sally Lunde Robert Madden Benjamin and Ellen Mandelman Diane and Eugene Markiewicz Stephen Marks Robert Marold and Diane Boldt Thomas Marshall Joseph Masterson Frank and Kathy Mattaino Michelle and Matt Mattson Jean Maurer Dan and Ada McAdams Bernard and Susan McCartan William and Pauline McCown Dan and Jill McElroy Jere McGaffey Bonnie McKendry Barbara McMath James and Diane Meinecke Kristen Mekemson Daryl and Rita Melzer Diana and Mark Metz Howard and Sara Miller Kelly Mischler Rebecca and Jason Mitich Matt and Christina Moore Christine Mortensen Chris and Betsy Mueller Barbara and Charles Murphy Sue Nelsen John and Margaret Nelson John and Jane Niebler Paul and Kathrine Noran Chris and Anne Noyes Susan and William Ognacevic Kathy and Alan Olsen Eric Oquist and Heather Deaton Pasta Tree Restaurant and Wine Bar Kristine Phillips Bruce and Candy Pindyck J. D. and Sally Polley Carol Porth Sarah J. Pratt, M.D. Lisa Przbelski Ronald and Anne Putzer Steven and Stacey Radke Jim and Kris Rappé Patrick Rath and Tracy Szymanski Anthony Reese Suzann Reichley John and Page Remmers Nancy and Herman Resto Thomas and Lynn Richtman Jackie Rickel Craig Rigby and Anna Timms

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2021/22 DONORS CONT. Mickey and L. Casey Ripp RitzHolman CPAs Robert Rooney Linda Sampson James Sanger and Mary Newton Mike and Jan Schade The Wilbert and Genevieve Schauer Foundation Eric Schluter Bob and Carol Schmidt James and Kathi Scholler George Schroeder and Mary Arenberg William and Judith Schuele Dean Schultz Robert Schweers Martha and Frank Scott Allison Scrivner and Kevin Baumgart Vicki Shimi Emily and John Shipman Scott and Dulcie Shoener Kim Sienko David and Angela Simon Michelle Sirinek Brenda Skelton and Jim Bendtsen Jason and Andrya Smith Sarah McEneany and Robert Smith Margaret Sohm

Alec Stapleton Kendra Stea Daniel Stier and Diane Sorensen George and Eileen Stone Richard and Susan Strait Lynn and Gregory Strowig Dave and Kathy Sturgill Geoffrey Swain Georgeane M. Szczygielski Jenifer and Joseph Tate Kent and Marna Tess-Mattner Grant and Diane Tews Steve Thompson and Sue Kleczewski James and Leigh Ann Tidey Sara Toenes Michele Tschopp Sheryl A. Van Haren Dave and Katy Vetta Randall and Gillian Vodnik Carla and Greg Von Roenn Nancy Vose Greg and Jodi Wait Nancy Blanchard Watts Ruth A. Way Kim and Rodney Weekley Mary M. Wegener Alan and Kathy Werth

Barbara Wesener Stephanie Wesselowski Alberta Whitaker Sandra Wiegand Tom and Marlys Williams Robert and Linda Wilson William and Anne Wingate Zac and Sara Wolff Diana Wood Nancy and Mike Yttre Gertrude Zauner Joan M. Zeiger Sharon Ziegler Andi and Mike Zimmerman Eve Joan Zucker Doug and Marilyn Zwissler

IN KIND GIFTS Drs. Alan L. Pohl and Carol C. Pohl

Ultra Tool & Mfg., Inc.

Next Up in the Stackner Cabaret Celebrate the Powerful Female Voices of the 1960s

Six extraordinary women perform more than two dozen chart toppers from Diana Ross, The Supremes, Tina Turner and more. Created by Larry Gallagher | Directed by Laura Braza

Nov. 11, 2022 – Jan. 15, 2023

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PROFESSIONAL THEATRE IN MILWAUKEE'S SOUTHWEST SUBURBS

Don't miss our 2022/23 season!

October 7 - 16, 2022

April 14 - 23, 2023

Saber Center for the Performing Arts 8222 S 51st Street, Franklin

www.ForteTheatreCompany.org