Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre
Vol 20 No 1 | OCT/NOV 2012
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Message from the Artistic Director
We have myths we carry around in our heads:
Sons offered him a $35,000
tales of heroes and villains,
Seasons Restaurant in their
quests and wastelands. Every
new skyscraper on New
time we read a novel or see
York’s Park Avenue. Rothko
a play, we lay the pattern of
took the money and worked
those myths on top of the new
on the paintings but, as we
characters and the new sto-
see in John Logan’s play Red,
ries. We can’t help it. These
he felt a growing unease
templates were ingrained in
about the elite surroundings
us by our parents with their
in which his paintings were
commission (the equivalent of about $2 million today) to paint murals for the Four
fairy tales, by our religious
destined to hang. But could
leaders with their holy texts, and, if psychologist
he possibly go back on his agreement? What
Carl Jung was right, by our collective unconscious,
about the money and the paintings?
a kind of mythical DNA.
It is one thing for us to imagine what Rothko went
We see the Old Testament’s David and Goliath in
through during this period (like a knight preparing
Tolkien’s Frodo and Sauron and even in Sorkin’s
to fight the dragon), quite another to watch the
Kaffee and Jessep. The underdog tries to bring
actor playing Rothko actually paint those glowing
down the mighty and save the world from tyranny
canvases, those luminous squares that speak
again and again, which is why mythologist Joseph
not to our logic but to the very essence of our
Campbell entitled his book The Hero with a
being. Seeing them created, we understand why
Thousand Faces. Campbell wrote that the myths
Rothko’s next (and final) great commission was
always begin with a call to adventure, and so it is
for a non-denominational chapel in Houston. It
in Aaron Sorkin’s A Few Good Men. The military
was a commission that allowed him to balance
assigns Kaffee to defend two young Marines
conscience and duty. At the dedication of the
charged with killing their comrade. Kaffee has no
chapel, Dominique De Menil said that his paint-
courtroom experience and the military would be
ings “bring us to the threshold of the divine,” as
happy for him to plead out this case as he has the
do the mythic stories that you’ll find on our stages
last 44. Of course, this case will be different, and
as we begin another transcendent season.
our young hero will need uncommon courage and the wisdom to recognize where duty ends and
conscience begins. Artist Mark Rothko was not a young man like Kaffee when he received his great call to adventure. He was in his mid-50s when Joseph Seagram and OCT/NOV 2012
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Theatre Abbreviation Legend Arts Club Arts Club Theatre Company, Vancouver BC ATF Atlantic Theatre Festival, Wolfville NS ATP Alberta Theatre Projects, Calgary AB BAM Brooklyn Academy of Music, NYC Bard on the Beach Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival, Vancouver BC Belfry The Belfry Theatre, Victoria BC Blyth Blyth Theatre Festival, Blyth ON Broadway New York Theatre District CBC Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Centaur Centaur Theatre Company, Montreal QC Citadel The Citadel Theatre, Edmonton AB COC Canadian Opera Company, Toronto ON CS The Canadian Stage Company, Toronto ON Dora Dora Mavor Moore Award, Toronto ON Drayton Drayton Entertainment, Ontario Dry Cold Dry Cold Productions, Winnipeg MB Factory Factory Theatre, Toronto ON GCTC The Great Canadian Theatre Company, Ottawa ON Grand The Grand Theatre, London ON Mirvish Mirvish Productions, Toronto ON MTYP Manitoba Theatre for Young People, Winnipeg MB NAC National Arts Centre, Ottawa ON Necessary Angel Necessary Angel Theatre Company, Toronto ON Neptune Neptune Theatre, Halifax NS NFB National Film Board of Canada NTS National Theatre School of Canada, Montreal QC Persephone Persephone Theatre, Saskatoon SK PTAM Popular Theatre Alliance of Manitoba, Winnipeg MB PTE Prairie Theatre Exchange, Winnipeg MB Rainbow Rainbow Stage, Winnipeg MB RNT Royal National Theatre, London, England Royal Alex The Royal Alexandra Theatre, Toronto ON RSC Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England RWB Royal Winnipeg Ballet Segal The Segal Centre for Performing Arts, Montreal QC Shaw Shaw Festival, Niagara-on-the-Lake ON SIR Shakespeare in the Ruins, Winnipeg MB SNAC St. Norbert Arts Centre, Winnipeg MB Soulpepper Soulpepper Theatre Company, Toronto ON Stratford Stratford Festival, Stratford ON SummerWorks SummerWorks Theatre Festival, Toronto ON TA Theatre Aquarius, Hamilton ON Tarragon Tarragon Theatre, Toronto ON TBTR Theatre By the River, Winnipeg MB TC Theatre Calgary, Calgary AB TNB Theatre New Brunswick, Fredericton NB Toronto Free Toronto Free Theatre, Toronto ON TPM Theatre Projects Manitoba, Winnipeg MB TSO Toronto Symphony Orchestra U of M University of Manitoba U of T University of Toronto U of W University of Winnipeg VP Vancouver Playhouse Theatre Company, Vancouver BC West End Theatre District, London, England WJT Winnipeg Jewish Theatre WSO Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra YPT Young People’s Theatre, Toronto ON MTC gratefully acknowledges the support of all corporate and individual donors and foundations, and the assistance of:
We acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, which last year invested $154 million to bring the arts to Canadians throughout the country.
With the generous support of the Manitoba Arts Council
With the generous support of the City of Winnipeg through the Winnipeg Arts Council
Nous remercions le Conseil des arts du Canada de son soutien. L’an dernier, le Conseil a investi 154 millions de dollars pour mettre de l’art dans la vie des Canadiennes et des Canadiens de tout le pays.
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a stellar cast brings the spirited Nowak family to life in this charming comedy by tom Dudzick (MtC’s hit Over the tavern ). the Nowaks have been keeping the faith ever since the Virgin Mary made an appearance in the family barbershop on Christmas Eve. But now a family secret is about to be revealed, leaving them with more questions than answers.
theatre worth talking about
setting the stage
A Few Good Men
A Brief History Lesson
Doug Mertz, Paul Essiembre and Ashley O’Connell in A Few Good Men.
by Stephanie Buri Choy A Few Good Men is set in the summer of 1986 in Washington, DC and the United States Naval Base located at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The characters in the play are all members of the military, either as marines or military lawyers. The play takes place near the end of the so-called “Cold War.” The Cold War took place from 1947 to 1991, and was an ongoing state of political and military tension between the United States and the communist Soviet Union. The Soviet Union was made up of a number of Eastern European countries, the most powerful being Russia. While no direct military action took place during the Cold War, it was a time of heightened fear, since both the United States and the Soviet Union possessed nuclear weapons, and any use of these weapons would lead to massive destruction on both sides. By 1986 the tension had decreased, as the two sides engaged in talks and the Soviet Union weakened. In 1991, the Soviet Union officially dissolved and many of the former countries that were a part of it became independent again. Cuba was involved in the Cold War because of their alliance with the Soviet Union. In 1959, Fidel Castro took power in Cuba after a revolution, and in 1961, he formally declared Cuba to be Communist 6
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and allied with the Soviet Union. As a result, the United States ended its diplomatic relations with Cuba, instituted a trade embargo, and restricted travel from the United States to Cuba. Two major incidents, the Bay of Pigs invasion in 1961 and the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962, led to worsening relations and the fear of nuclear conflict between the two countries. In the 1980s, the US was continuing their anti-communist foreign policy, and was looking for ways to undermine communist control of Cuba. Guantanamo Bay has been a United States Navy base since 1903, and continued to be held by the US even after their diplomatic relations with Cuba crumbled in the 1960s. After Fidel Castro took control in Cuba, he told the United States to leave the base, but they refused. In response, Castro sent armed troops to Guantanamo, and the United States countered by building a wall around the base and setting an elite Marines unit to guard it. In the 1980s, when Aaron Sorkin wrote this play, Guantanamo Bay was still a tense place, even as the Cold War was drawing to an end. US troops stationed at the base were physically close to Cuban troops, and many feared a war could break out between the two countries. Gunfire was exchanged from time to time over the wall. Since the 2000s, Guantanamo Bay has become infamous as the site where many suspected terrorists are being held by the United States.
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Director’s Notes by James MacDonald When I was researching A Few Good Men, I entered into a world about which I knew very little. I have always been a military history buff, but that knowledge and interest was largely confined to our own Canadian military traditions. Over the past several months, I have gained a new understanding of the arcane workings of the United States Marine Corps. And, I have to admit, a new appreciation. We expect soldiers to be fierce fighting – and sometimes killing – machines. We expect and require soldiers to be ready to face the most deadly of situations with bravery and fearlessness. And yet, war itself is a game played by ever-changing rules – particularly in today’s world, on fields of battle where the enemy itself is often uncertain. And there are a number of cases – the recent prosecution of Canadian Capt. Robert Semrau comes to mind – where the “truth” is difficult to detect, and impossible for civilians to conceive.
The play continues to have relevance 25 years after it was written – if anything, its resonance and importance have increased. The post 9/11 world has drawn the role of the military, and actions of soldiers in a war zone, into sharp focus. At the same time, the murky areas of war are open to the glare of full-time media and internet coverage, exposing the tactics of the military to the opinions and judgment of civilians. We can justifiably expect those who are sent to defend the banner of “freedom” to uphold the values of the society which they are sent to protect … but can we ever fully understand the pressures under which these soldiers operate? The play poses a number of questions: about the relationship between soldiers and civilians, about the relationship between lawyers and their clients, about the conflict inherent in a “just” legal defense in the face of a heinous crime and, above all, about how we as a society handle the grey areas of “truth.” On a personal note, I am thrilled as always to return to the great city of Winnipeg, where my great-grandparents settled over a century ago, and where I started my professional career.
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October 18 – November 10, 2012
Director/Sound Designer Set & Costume Designer Lighting Designer Dialect Coach Assistant Director Stage Manager Assistant Stage Manager Apprentice Stage Manager
James MacDonald Michael Gianfrancesco Narda McCarroll Doug Mertz John Kirkpatrick Michelle Chan Michelle Lagassé Sandra Morton
The Cast (in alphabetical order)
Lt. Cmdr. Joanne Galloway, USN Lora Brovold Lawyer #2/Cpl. Jeffrey Owen Howard, USMC Andrew Cecon Lt. J.G. Sam Weinberg, USN Kevin Corey Col. Nathan Jessep, USMC Paul Essiembre Lt. J.G. Daniel A. Kaffee, USN Charlie Gallant PFC William T. Santiago, USMC/Orderly Brent Hirose PFC Louden Downey, USMC Cole Humeny Cmdr. Walter Stone, USN John Kirkpatrick Lt. Jack Ross, USMC David Leyshon Capt. Isaac Whitaker, USN Arne MacPherson Capt. Matthew A. Markinson, USMC Doug Mertz Lt. Jonathan James Kendrick, USMC Ashley O’Connell Col. Julius Alexander Randolph, USMC Tom Pickett PFC Tom/Cpl. Hammaker Corey Schmitt Dave/Sergeant-at-Arms/Cpl. Dunn Ted Sloan Lance Cpl. Harold W. Dawson, USMC Jeff Strome setting
Washington, DC and the United States Naval Base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Summer, 1986.
A Few Good Men is performed with one intermission. sponsored by Gail
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Lt. Cmdr. Joanne Galloway, USN
Lawyer #2/Cpl. Jeffrey Owen Howard, USMC
MTC First appearance.
MTC Romeo and Juliet, Our Town.
OTHER THEATRE Titania in A Midsummer Night’s
OTHER THEATRE Three Sisters (zone41 Theatre/
Dream (Citadel); Heroine, Mo and Jess Kill Susie, Fat Pig (Northern Light Theatre); The Liars, Three Days of Rain (Shadow Theatre); The Comedy of Errors, Titus Andronicus (Freewill Shakespeare Festival); My Name is Rachel Corrie (Theatre Yes); Goodness (Downstage); The Death of Me (Lunchbox Theatre). Upcoming: Theatre Network’s premiere production of Let the Light of Day Through.
TPM); Henry v, Henry iv Parts 1 and 2, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Othello (SIR); Little Munsch on the Prairie (PTE); Remember the Night (Moving Target Theatre); Arcadia, Far Away, Not Enough Oxygen (Theatre Incarnate).
TRAINING Lora is a graduate of the University of Al-
TV Silent Night, The Book of Vaudeville, Keep Your Head
Up, Kid: The Don Cherry Story, Less Than Kind. ET CETERA Love to Claire.
berta’s BFA Acting Program and the Citadel Theatre/ Banff Centre Professional Theatre Program. ET CETERA Lora is thrilled to be working with such
wonderful men and women on this production. She would like to thank her family and her partner, Collin, for all their support. For a full list of theatre abbreviations, please Refer to legend on page 4
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Lt. J.G. Sam Weinberg, USN
Lt. J.G. Daniel A. Kaffee, USN
MTC First appearance.
MTC Brief Encounter (with VP).
OTHER THEATRE Julius Caesar, A Christmas Carol, A
OTHER THEATRE Selected: The Importance of Being
Prairie Boy’s Winter, The Man Whose Mother Was a Pirate, Muncha Buncha Munsch, The Paper Bag Princess’s Favourite Stories, Hamlet (Citadel); seven seasons with the Freewill Shakespeare Festival, including Julius Caesar, Macbeth, The Tempest, Much Ado About Nothing; The Black Rider (November Theatre); The Blue Orphan (Catalyst Theatre); The Wizard of Oz, Seussical the Musical, Tyland (ATP); Much Ado About Nothing, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee – Betty Mitchell Award (TC); Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde (Vertigo Theatre); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Caravan Farm Theatre); Choke (Theatre Network); Comrades, Fool for Love, Stop Kiss, Shakespeare’s R & J (Kill Your Televison Theatre); Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Mayfield Theatre); George Dandin (Globe).
FILM/TV Credits include Fairly Legal (USA); Percy Jackson and the Olympians (FOX 2000 Pictures); Brother (Blackspot Films).
Earnest, Black Comedy, His Greatness (Arts Club); Snowman (Rumble Productions); The Merchant of Venice, Henry v, Titus Andronicus (Bard on the Beach); Dangerous Corner (VP); The Real Thing (Belfry/Arts Club); The December Man, Steel Kiss (Green Thumb Theatre); Rick: The Rick Hansen Story (MTYP).
TRAINING Graduate of Studio 58. ET CETERA Charlie is the recipient of two Jessies, the
Sydney J. Risk Award for Acting, the BC Entertainment Hall of Fame’s Star of Tomorrow scholarship and is an Ovation nominee. He is honoured and very thankful to be in the hands of such a wonderful theatre company.
Paul Essiembre Col. Nathan Jessep, USMC
Brent Hirose PFC William T. Santiago, USMC/ Orderly
MTC First appearance. OTHER THEATRE Selected: The Normal Heart, The
Overwhelming, Stuff Happens (Studio 180); To Kill a Mockingbird, The Odyssey, The Duchess of Malfi, Don Juan, Macbeth (Stratford); L’Emmerdeur, Dîner de Cons, Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme, Art (Théâtre Français de Toronto); Tillsonburg (CS); Zadie’s Shoes, Oui (Factory); Picasso at the Lapin Agile (Centaur). FILM/TV Recent: Smilin’ Jack: The Jack Layton Story
(CBC); Less Than Kind (HBO Canada); The Christmas Heart (Hallmark); Suits (NBC); Covert Affairs (USA). Extensive work as a voice artist including documentary narration: Journey to the Edge of the Universe and Earth: Making of a Planet (Discovery Canada); animated series: Silver Surfer (FOX), Rescue Heroes (WB) and countless commercial voice-overs.
MTC First appearance. OTHER THEATRE The Paper Bag Princess & More (PTE);
Habitat, Billy Bishop Goes to War (TBTR); Neighbours, Bloodless: The Trial of Burke and Hare (White Rabbit Productions); Arcadia (Theatre Incarnate); Miss Saigon (Rainbow). FILM/TV Brent’s latest film project, Kimchi Fried Dumplings, will premiere at the 2012 San Diego Asian Film Festival. As a voice-over artist, he has lent his voice to several projects, including Noonbory and the Super Seven, Kung Fu Dino Posse and Tayo, The Little Bus. ET CETERA Brent is thrilled to be making his MTC de-
but with this fantastic cast, crew and show. He would like to dedicate his performance to the memory of his grandmother, Florence Hirose.
PFC Louden Downey, USMC
Lt. Jack Ross, USMC
MTC First appearance.
MTC First appearance.
OTHER THEATRE One (Ghost River Theatre, Summer-
OTHER THEATRE The Three Musketeers, Little Women
Works); The Fourth Graders Present an Unnamed LoveSuicide, Victoria Martin: Math Team Queen (Northern Light Theatre); Spiral Dive, Episode Two (theatREpublic); Offensive Fouls, Are We There Yet? (Concrete Theatre); Shatter (The Maggie Tree); Peter Pan (Globe); ManDance, a co-created physical theatre piece performed at Alberta theatre festivals. TRAINING Cole is a graduate of MacEwan University’s
Theatre Arts Program and the University of Alberta’s BFA Acting Program. ET CETERA Cole is an Edmonton-based performer
and is thrilled to be making his Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre debut with such a great play. Offstage, Cole is an avid horticulturist and landscaper.
(Citadel); Perfect Wedding (Drayton); Rope, Evelyn Strange (Vertigo Theatre); The 39 Steps (Globe); The Wizard of Oz (ATP); Shady Business (Stage West Calgary); Guys and Dolls (Chemainus Theatre); This Could Be Love (Lunchbox Theatre); My Mother’s Lesbian Jewish Wiccan Wedding (Mirvish); An Ideal Husband, The Fantasticks (TC); Little Shop of Horrors (Persephone); Hamlet, The Taming of the Shrew, All’s Well That Ends Well (Stratford); A Christmas Carol (Grand); seven seasons with the Shaw Festival, including roles in The Importance of Being Earnest, The Cassilis Engagement, Major Barbara, Misalliance and High Society; Blood Brothers (TA); Romeo and Juliet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Henry v, Twelfth Night (Shakespeare in the Park). In the new year, David will head to Halifax to appear as Jack in The Importance of Being Earnest.
John Kirkpatrick Arne MacPherson
Cmdr. Walter Stone, USN/ Assistant Director
Capt. Isaac Whitaker, USN
MTC To Kill a Mockingbird (with Citadel). OTHER THEATRE As You Like It, Julius Caesar, A
Christmas Carol, Noises Off, Fully Committed, Stones in His Pockets, Measure for Measure, Servant of Two Masters (Citadel); Rock ‘n’ Roll (Citadel/CS); Of Mice and Men (CS); Othello, Twelfth Night, Hamlet (Freewill Shakespeare Festival); The Leisure Society (Theatre Network); The Gift of the Coat, that elusive spark, The Age of Arousal (ATP); Counsellor-at-Law (TC). John has had the good fortune to act for companies across Canada, including the Vancouver Playhouse, the Globe Theatre and the National Arts Centre. TRAINING John has a BFA in Acting from the University
of Alberta. ET CETERA John is the former Artistic Director of the
Freewill Shakespeare Festival.
MTC August: Osage County, Mrs. Warren’s Profession, Shakespeare’s Dog (with NAC), King Lear, The Crucible, Our Country’s Good, Mr. A’s Amazing Maze Plays, An Inspector Calls. Director: The Threepenny Opera (with SIR). OTHER THEATRE Way to Heaven, Talk, The Father (WJT);
Iago in Othello, title role in Hamlet, title role in Richard iii, The Merchant of Venice, The Odyssey (SIR); Encore (TPM). Selected directing: Stretching Hide, Cruel and Unusual Punishment, Noble Savage, Savage Noble (TPM); Head, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Tempest, Much Ado About Nothing, Macbeth (SIR); eight productions of Robert Munsch stories for PTE. FILM/TV Arne has appeared in more than 25 locally shot film and television projects. TRAINING Bachelor of Fine Arts (Acting) program,
University of Alberta. ET CETERA Most cherished theatre experiences were
Candy From a Baby and Molotov Circus, collaborations with his children Gislina and Solmund, and partner Debbie Patterson. OCT/NOV 2012
Capt. Matthew A. Markinson, USMC/Dialect Coach
Col. Julius Alexander Randolph, USMC
MTC First appearance.
MTC First appearance.
OTHER THEATRE Egeus/Peter Quince in A Midsummer
OTHER THEATRE Tom is a Jessie Award-winning actor
Night’s Dream, Sheriff Gilbeau in August: Osage County (Citadel); Antonio in The Tempest, Flavius/Cinna/ Volumnius/Citizen 3 in Julius Caesar (Freewill Shakespeare Festival); Doubt: A Parable (Studio Theatre); Pervert (Northern Light Theatre); The Unseen, which won the first-ever Critics’ Choice Award (Chorus Productions, 2011 Edmonton Fringe). Up next: Evie’s Waltz (Shadow Theatre). TEACHING Doug teaches part-time in the BFA Drama Program at the University of Alberta and is the Director of the Foote Theatre School and Young Companies at the Citadel in Edmonton.
Ashley O’Connell Lt. Jonathan James Kendrick, USMC
who has toured the US and debuted in London’s West End with the Hal Prince production of Show Boat. He has lent his voice to many Arts Club productions, most recently Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story, which was remounted for a 2012 summer run at the Stanley Theatre, in which Tom reprised his role of the Apollo MC. Tom portrayed Horse in The Full Monty (Patrick Street Productions/Persephone) and has appeared in several Vancouver Moving Theatre productions, including East End Blues/All That Jazz, Bah Humbug (co-production with Simon Fraser University) and We Are the People. ET CETERA Tom is a powerful vocal artist who can
soothe the heart and arouse an audience with an eclectic repertoire of jazz, blues, R&B, funk, soul and gospel.
Corey Schmitt PFC Tom/Cpl. Hammaker
MTC First appearance. OTHER THEATRE Favourite Canadian credits include:
Of Mice and Men (Blue Bridge Theatre Festival); Blood Brothers, The Graduate (Arts Club); Richard ii, All’s Well That Ends Well (Bard on the Beach); The Full Monty (Persephone). FILM/TV Credits include Watchmen, Stargate: Atlantis
and Fair City. ET CETERA Ashley is delighted to be performing in
his first production at the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre. Ashley is from Dublin, Ireland but resides in Vancouver. Ashley went into the steady, predictable world of theatre work because he wanted to rebel against the uncertain hours and sporadic income of the 9 to 5 working world. Fas a Bealac!! He sends his love to the brat, the family and the rabbits.
MTC First appearance. OTHER THEATRE The Sound of Music (Citadel); Ned
Blunt in The Rover, Konstantin in The Seagull (Bristol Old Vic Theatre School); Danny and the Deep Blue Sea (2011 Edmonton Fringe Festival, 2012 Winnipeg Fringe Festival); Peter in Company, Harold Hill in The Music Man, Mike Connor in High Society, Astrov in Uncle Vanya (Grant MacEwan University). TRAINING Corey just graduated from the Bristol Old
Vic Theatre School in England and is glad to be back in Canada. He also has a Theatre Arts Diploma from Grant MacEwan University. ET CETERA Corey is thrilled to be part of A Few Good
Men. He would like to thank his parents for all their support. Enjoy the show!
FILM/TV Goon (Alliance Films), The Good Lie, Less Than Kind, Cashing In.
Dave/Sergeant-at-Arms/ Cpl. Dunn
TRAINING University of Manitoba.
Aaron Sorkin Playwright
MTC First appearance. OTHER THEATRE Credits include: Tybalt/Friar
Lawrence in Romeo and Juliet (Theatre Prospero); Ralph Nickleby in Nicholas Nickleby, Robert in Love and Human Remains (U of A); Chester MacDonald in Hoboheme (Edmonton Fringe); Teddy in Hockey Mom, Hockey Dad (Stage North). TRAINING Originally from Fort St. John, BC, Ted received
his training at the University of Alberta, where he was able to experience everything from swordplay to dance belts. ET CETERA He is thrilled to work for MTC, and thanks
his parents for their dedication to his dreams, his sisters’ help with his makeup, Melissa and his friends for all their support, and Polar for always listening.
Jeff Strome Lance Cpl. Harold W. Dawson, USMC
MTC The Tempest, The Wave. OTHER THEATRE Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are
After gaining a reputation in the 1980s as a promising young playwright, Aaron Sorkin’s A Few Good Men caught Hollywood’s attention; the film rights were acquired before the play even premiered. Castle Rock Entertainment hired Sorkin to adapt his play for the big screen, and the film, directed by Rob Reiner, became a box-office success. In 1989, he received the prestigious Outer Critics Circle award as Outstanding American Playwright for the stage version of A Few Good Men. Sorkin spent the early 1990s writing two other screenplays at Castle Rock, Malice and The American President. In the mid-1990s, he worked as a script doctor on films such as Bulworth and Schindler’s List. Sorkin has gone on to write for many movies and TV shows. Besides A Few Good Men, he has written The Social Network, as well as cooperating on Enemy of the State (1998), The Rock (1996) and Excess Baggage (1997). Sorkin’s TV credits include the Emmy Award-winning The West Wing (1999–2006), Sports Night (1998–2000), Studio 60 on Sunset Strip (2006–2007) and, currently, The Newsroom.
Dead, Romance, The Winter’s Tale (Black Hole Theatre Company); Caesar and Cleopatra (Nomadic Players); Remember the Night (Moving Target Theatre); The Seducer’s Diary, The Ingrates (Winnipeg Fringe
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PRODUCTION Cheryl L. Hoover, Director Bill Heron, Technical Director Michelle Chan, Resident Stage Manager Patrick Fraser, Assistant Technical Director Stephanie Ripley, Assistant Technical Director Kyla Maki, Administrative Assistant Owen Hutchinson, Head of Audio Alison Hardy, Assistant Head of Audio Peter Locock, Head of Scenic Carpentry Chris Hayes, Assistant Head of Carpentry
Greg Cardinal, Scenic Carpenter Serge Menard, Scenic Carpenter Sheila Cleasby, Head of Electrics Scott George Lafluer, Assistant Head of Electrics Andrea Steinwand, Head of Scenic Paint Richard Stevens, Assistant Head of Scenic Paint Jim Meers, Head of Props Charlotte Hunt, Assistant Head of Props Vincent Meseck, Props Angie Sotiropolous, Props
Marc Anderson, Head Stage Carpenter Andrew Hill, Assistant Head Stage Carpenter Patsy Thomas, Head of Wardrobe Kayla Fulton, Assistant Head of Wardrobe Judith Darough, Cutter Morgan Mackintosh, Cutter Karen Beames, Boots & Shoes Lorraine Price, Head of Wardrobe Running Barb Becker, Wardrobe Maintenance Samantha Rumball, Head of Wigs OCT/NOV 2012
MTC Actor: To Kill a Mockingbird, Of Mice and Men (both with Citadel).
MTC The Drowning Girls (Canadian tour).
OTHER THEATRE Directing credits include: God of
The Goat, or Who is Sylvia? (Citadel); The Forbidden Phoenix (Citadel/LKTYP/MTYP); The Wizard of Oz, Shakespeare’s Dog (ATP). Costume Designer: God of Carnage, Julius Caesar, The Pillowman, Einstein’s Gift (Citadel); 14 seasons with the Freewill Shakespeare Festival. Set & Lighting Designer: True Love Lies (Citadel); Sweeney Todd (Vertigo Theatre); The 39 Steps (Vertigo Theatre/Mayfield Dinner Theatre/ Stage West). Production Designer: Extinction Song, Shining City, Fully Committed, Blue/Orange, The Syringa Tree (Citadel); Mary’s Wedding (ATP); The Last Tree of Rapa Nui (MTYP). Co-production Designer: Vimy (Citadel). Set & Costume Designer: The Trespassers (Belfry/VP).
Carnage, Billy Bishop Goes to War, As You Like It, Fire, Shining City, Vimy – Sterling Award, Equus, I am My Own Wife, Stones in His Pockets (Citadel); Julius Caesar (Stratford); The Old Ladies (Shaw); Much Ado About Nothing, Fire – Dora Award, As You Like It (CS); With a Twist (Lunchbox Theatre); The Myth of Summer (ATP); seven productions as artistic director of the Freewill Shakespeare Festival. Selected acting: Scrooge in A Christmas Carol, Blackbird, Measure for Measure, Amadeus, Einstein’s Gift – Sterling Award, The Importance of Being Earnest, Noises Off (Citadel); title roles in Macbeth and Henry v (Freewill Shakespeare Festival). TRAINING BFA, University of Alberta. ET CETERA James is an Artistic Associate at the
Citadel and the Program Director of the Citadel Theatre/Banff Centre Professional Theatre Program.
OTHER THEATRE Lighting Designer: As You Like It,
ET CETERA Narda is the recipient of three Sterling
Awards and two Betty Mitchell Awards.
Michelle Chan Stage Manager
Michael Gianfrancesco Set & Costume Designer
MTC First engagement. MTC Set & Costume Designer: Romeo and Juliet, The 39 Steps, Looking Back – West, It’s a Wonderful Life: A Radio Play, Bad Dates, The Blonde, the Brunette and the Vengeful Redhead. Set Designer: White Christmas, The Drowsy Chaperone (with TC), The Rocky Horror Show (with CS). Costume Designer: Fiddler on the Roof, Long Day’s Journey into Night. OTHER THEATRE Rodin/Claudel (Les Grands Ballets
Canadiens de Montréal); You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Stratford); Trouble in Tahiti (Shaw); In Colour (National Ballet of Canada), nine seasons at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival. TV Production Designer for Christmas Dreams (CBC). ET CETERA Michael was the 2008 recipient of the
Virginia and Myrtle Cooper Award in Costume Design from the Ontario Arts Foundation.
OTHER THEATRE The Sound of Music, God of Carnage,
The Rocky Horror Show, Little Women: The Musical, August: Osage County, A Christmas Carol, Billy Bishop Goes to War, Beauty and the Beast, Sweeney Todd, Blackbird, The Wizard of Oz, The Forbidden Phoenix, Vimy, Wingfield’s Inferno, The Pillowman, Bird Brain, Fully Committed, Vanya, Shakespeare’s Will, Wingfield on Ice, Stones in His Pockets, Homeward Bound, The Sword in the Stone (Citadel); Mothership Down (Paper Tiger Productions); Afterplay (Blarney Productions); Evelyn Strange, Cocktails at Pam’s, Fever Land (Teatro la Quindicina); The 7th Circle (Fringe Theatre Adventures). Assistant Stage Manager: Oliver!, Peter Pan, Blithe Spirit, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Grease, Servant of Two Masters, Hamlet, Cabaret, Art (Citadel). ET CETERA Big thanks to Michelle and Sandra.
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MTC Mrs. Warren’s Profession, Romeo and Juliet, After Miss Julie, Jitters, Top Girls, The Constant Wife (with Citadel). OTHER THEATRE Selected: Noises Off (Citadel); Stage
Manager and Assistant Stage Manager: Till It Hurts, Bingo!, Glorious (PTE); Lenin’s Embalmers, Cherry Docs (WJT); The Millionairess, Fanny’s First Play (Shaw). TRAINING/TEACHING Michelle is a graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada and has taught Stage Managing at Brock University. ET CETERA One of Michelle’s next projects will be
stage managing The Dishwashers for PTE. She was the Beer Tent Manager at the Winnipeg Fringe Festival, has been the coordinator for PTE’s Carol Shields’ Festival of New Works for six years and has worked on the last four federal elections. She is delighted to be working once more at MTC.
MTC God of Carnage, Calendar Girls (with Mirvish). OTHER THEATRE Tosca (Manitoba Opera); The Ghost
Sonata (U of W, StrindbergFest 2011); Bush Ladies (TBTR, Winnipeg Fringe Festival); No Offense …, Ripple Effect, Cabaret of Monologues, FemFest (Sarasvàti Productions); The Law and the Order: Cdn Files, Jump for Glee (Celebrations Dinner Theatre). TRAINING Sandra graduated from the U of W with a
BA in Theatre Production/Stage Management. She has worked since 2005 as Stage Manager with her multi-talented mentor, Paula Olko, on John Taylor Collegiate’s spring musicals. ET CETERA She is also an apprentice for iatse and
has worked as backstage crew for Cats and Hairspray (Rainbow), with thanks to the late Ken Peter.
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MTC Gets Students Talking About MTC spoke with Elliot Lazar, a recent high school graduate and participant in the Backstage Pass program. Elliot is an actor who most recently appeared onstage in the 2012 Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival hit Bare. Is there anything about the experience of watching a show that stands out for you? There is nothing quite like live theatre. Unlike film, everything you see is happening live, right in front of you in real time. The performers are phenomenal and, when you’re sitting so close to them, you can really get a sense of character. Even for just a moment, what’s happening in front of you is real on some level, and there’s something really thrilling about that. Do the talkbacks with the actors add anything to the experience? Talkbacks with the actors allow participants an inside look into the world of the performers, their careers, their lives and their craft. It’s an invaluable sharing of knowledge that can really be useful – especially to emerging artists. How do you feel after you’ve seen a production? I’ve found that the moment right after a play has ended is often filled with conversation. Wherever you go in the theatre you can hear a conversation about the play, whether it’s trying to figure out how the special effects work, or exploring the show’s themes or message. Theatre is really unique in that it can bring people together like that. These plays really leave you thinking – there’s always at least one moment that will reach you on a more emotional level. All of a sudden, anything from conflict in the Middle East to an unfulfilled British housewife can be relatable. 20
Sponsored by With support from Great-West Life, MTC is once again pleased to present student-only matinees, welcoming high school students to experience the thrill of live theatre. Productions are chosen with both educators and students in mind: school groups will be treated to performances at both the John Hirsch Mainstage and the Tom Hendry Warehouse in a series that includes A Few Good Men, Red, Miracle on South Division Street and The Penelopiad. S T R O N G E R C O M M U N I T I E S T O G E T H E R TM
These productions (as well as Gone With the Wind and Other People’s Money) have study guides that include discussion questions, classroom activities, background information, glossaries and more. They’re a valuable resource for all of our patrons, and can be found at www.mtc.mb.ca/studyguides one month before the show’s run starts. Student matinees as well as public matinees are followed by a 15-minute Talkback which allows the audience to chat with the cast and ask questions about the production and life in the theatre. They’re a great way to enrich your experience at the theatre.
To learn more, visit www.mtc.mb.ca/outreach
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Setting the Stage Jameson Matthew Parker and Oliver Becker in Red. Photo by David Cooper
Mark Rothko by John Luna Reviews of Red cite its success at coming to terms with the challenging task of staging a play about a visual artist. The devices of theatre – tension and expectation, the palpable, sympathetic resonance of figures on a stage – seem irreconcilable to the quiet contemplation of flat objects on museum walls. And yet it is these qualities that Mark Rothko felt compelled to capture in painting. Dramatic yet vulnerable, eloquent yet obscure; these words describe the artist but also perhaps, his work. Who was Rothko? He was born Marcus Rothkowitz in what is now Latvia, in 1905, to a family of industrious middle-class Jewish intellectuals who immigrated to the United States eight years later. Marcus proved an able student, earning a scholarship to Yale, but found its elitism alienating and moved to New York, where, thanks to a friend at the Art Students League, he decided to become a painter. Like many Americans of his generation, Rothko’s artistic education was prodigal; during the Depression years, artists of any stripe struggled to survive. At the same time, the Museums of Modern Art (1929) and Non-Objective Painting (later the Guggenheim, 1939) exhibited experimental Europeans like Picasso and Matisse. Getting by teaching children’s art classes, Rothko educated himself in museums and galleries, meeting mentors like Arshile Gorky and Max Weber, immigrants themselves with polyglot passions. 24
Rothko also worked as an artist for the WPA, a New Deal labour program, alongside notables like Willem de Kooning, Jackson Pollock, Ad Reinhardt, Louise Nevelson and Milton Avery. Many of these artists would go on to develop a style called Abstract Expressionism, emphasizing spontaneous brushwork and intuitive symbolism. They were influenced by the European Surrealists, who used elements of chance (such as “automatic writing”) to liberate the unconscious, producing unexpected images with mythological and political overtones. Rothko, who had studied the psychoanalytic theories of Carl Jung, made connections between “primitive” art and the art of children, in which free colour was the primary impulse. After the war, the United States emerged as a superpower eager to prove that American culture was more bold, expansive and democratic than any that had come before. The Abstract Expressionists – whose approach to painting emphasized individuality, scale and physical energy – fit the bill. Rothko received his first significant praise from critic Harold Rosenberg, who coined the term Action Painting to describe the way artists enacted conflict within the “arena” of the canvas. As both a Jewish artist haunted by the Holocaust and an avid reader of Shakespeare and Orestes, Rothko wanted to relate the catastrophes of contemporary life to an art that was “tragic and timeless.” Rather than tell stories, Rothko’s canvasses offered a testament to tension and anxiety, resolution and ecstatic calm.
Red Rothko crafted softly luminous surfaces, displayed without frames to encourage communion with the viewer, whom the artist hoped would feel "enveloped into” a paradoxical combination of intimacy and awe, at tantalizing proximity to “an unknown space.” For a painter interested in intangibles, Rothko’s method was nothing if not physical: pigment solution scrubbed into raw canvas, followed by scumbled skeins of overlapping brushwork; glancing and staining, burning and occluding. The paintings unfold in perception, yielding up structure to time and light. They are absorbing but also moving, a reaction Rothko sought when he described painting as a “religious experience” he wanted to share. By the mid-1950s Rothko’s work sold to notable collectors, skyrocketing in value. Success was isolating: stung by the scorn of less successful peers, Rothko also feared that his intentions went unrecognized by collectors who enjoyed his work as decorative. In 1958, the Seagram Company completed their architecturally significant headquarters on Park Avenue and commissioned Rothko to make paintings for the building’s luxury
restaurant, The Four Seasons. Rothko was uneasy with making artwork for the enjoyment of wealthy diners, but the opportunity to produce paintings for a dedicated interior proved irresistible. For years, he had wanted to make a grand statement, a “place” that went beyond the effects of any single work. Rothko designed horizontal compositions suggestive of architecture: columns, doors or windows. He travelled to Europe: the reds of Pompeii’s Villa of the Mysteries influenced his palette; while in Florence, the murals at Michelangelo’s Laurentian Library inspired visions of a space in which “all the doors and windows are bricked up.” In selecting these precedents, Rothko sought to measure himself against the European tradition, but also to come to grips with his conflicted ambivalence. The outcome of this struggle, between ego and integrity, ambition and authenticity, plays out in the closing scenes of Red.
John Luna is a painter, critic and instructor based in Mill Bay, BC. He teaches at the Vancouver Island School of Art and Brentwood College School.
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Red Oliver Becker steps into Mark Rothko’s paint-splattered shoes in Red. We sat down with him for a chat about art. Red is the story of a key moment in an artist’s life. What do you like about the play? It’s about art! It addresses the subjective area of art and how it plays or doesn’t play a role in one’s life. What is its purpose? Is it enough just to be “entertained” without any active participation from the viewer? What is art? What is red? What is good theatre? What constitutes “good” art as opposed to “bad” art? The relationship of the viewer with the art? It's a very thoughtprovoking, well-written, visceral, muscular and exciting play. As demanding as it is, it is exhilarating to play and I like that too. How does playing a real person like Mark Rothko differ from playing a fictional character? You would think it would differ, but not by much. The script and then one’s own imagination is always the major resource. My Rothko will not be the same or any closer to another actor’s interpretation of the role. The script is initially the template (or palate in this case) from which you draw clues, objectives and insight into the character’s mind. Playing a non-fictional character, I might gain a bit more insight from what other people said about him or how he walked or talked. But as with any character in any play, my job is to get as close as I can to the truth as intended by the playwright. What do you hope people will take away from the show? What any good piece of theatre or art is intended to do – as Rothko himself had intended his paintings to do – not just to “entertain” but to make people “think and feel and really look,” discuss, challenge their preconceived ideas and leave them changed in some way.
Oliver Becker as Mark Rothko in Red. Photo by David Cooper
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John Logan November 1 – 17, 2012
Director Michael Shamata Set & Costume Designer Peter Hartwell Lighting Designer Scott Henderson Sound Designer Tobin Stokes Stage Manager Sandra McEwing The Cast (in alphabetical order)
Mark Rothko Oliver Becker Ken Jameson Matthew Parker
Rothko’s studio, 222 Bowery, New York City. Circa 1958–1959.
Red is performed with one intermission.
Red premiered at the Donmar Warehouse Theatre, London on December 3, 2009, Michael Grandage, Artistic Director. Original Broadway Production Produced by Arielle Tepper Madover, Stephanie P. McClelland, Matthew Byam Shaw, Neal Street Productions, Fox Theatricals, Ruth Hendel/Barbara Whitman, Philip Hagemann/Murray Rosenthal and the Donmar Warehouse. Likeness of the Rothko Seagram Mural Panels used with permission. © 1998 Kate Rothko Prizel and Christopher Rothko/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.
Red is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York. Likenesses of Rothko works painted by the Belfry Theatre Scenic Artist Carole Klemm. Special thanks: John Luna, Xane St. Phillip
Oliver Becker Mark Rothko
MTC God of Carnage (with VP), The Seafarer, The Diary of Anne Frank, The Weir (with CS). OTHER THEATRE Selected: Hosanna, Richard iii,
Zastrozzi (Stratford); The Pillowman, Frozen (Citadel); Beyond Mozambique, Better Living, Escape from Happiness (Factory Theatre); Wild Mouth, Side Man (Tarragon); The Beauty Queen of Leenane (CS); The Cripple of Inishmaan (Centaur); The Miser, Macbeth, The Millionairess (VP).
and at the Golden Theatre on Broadway. He is the author of more than a dozen other plays, including Never the Sinner and Hauptmann. His adaptation of Ibsen’s The Master Builder premiered in the West End in 2003. As a screenwriter, Logan had three movies released in 2011: Hugo, Coriolanus and Rango. Previous film work includes Sweeney Todd (Golden Globe Award); The Aviator (Oscar, Golden Globe, BAFTA and WGA nominations); Gladiator (Oscar, Golden Globe, BAFTA and WGA nominations); The Last Samurai; Any Given Sunday; and RKO 281 (WGA award, Emmy nomination).
Michael Shamata Director
TV King, Lost Girl, Rent-a-Goalie (three seasons)
(Showcase); The Line (TMN).
Jameson Matthew Parker
MTC The Real Thing, Hosanna, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (with Segal), Cabaret (with Grand).
OTHER THEATRE Michael is Artistic Director of the
MTC First appearance. OTHER THEATRE The Bomb-itty of Errors – Jessie
Award (Temporary Thing/Twenty Something Theatre); Blood Brothers (Arts Club); Death of a Salesman (VP); Prodigals (Twenty Something Theatre); Singin’ in the Rain (Theatre Under the Stairs); Romeo and Juliet (Theatre at UBC). FILM/TV The Party Never Stops (Lifetime). For his film company, Whiskaye Films, Jameson has directed music videos for local and international artists. TRAINING BFA in Acting from the University of
British Columbia. ET CETERA Jameson returns to the Tom Hendry
Warehouse next spring in Ride the Cyclone: A Musical as Misha Bachinsky.
Belfry Theatre, where he has directed the Englishlanguage premiere of And Slowly Beauty … (coproduction with the National Arts Centre), The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (co-production with the Arts Club/Jessie Award for Outstanding Direction), the Canadian premiere of The Year of Magical Thinking (which subsequently toured to the Tarragon Theatre and the National Arts Centre), Tom Stoppard’s The Real Thing and Ann-Marie MacDonald’s musical Anything That Moves. Other directing credits include: Glengarry Glen Ross starring Eric McCormack (Arts Club); I am My Own Wife (VP); The Winter’s Tale (Bard on the Beach); Walk Right Up (Stratford); The Tempest (CS); and his semi-annual production of A Christmas Carol (Soulpepper). ET CETERA Michael’s productions have won awards
for Outstanding Production in Toronto (A Little Night Music), Vancouver (Fiddler on the Roof and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee) and Ottawa (Kilt). He is the former Artistic Director of both Theatre New Brunswick and the Grand Theatre in London, Ontario.
Peter Hartwell Set & Costume Designer
John Logan received the Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle and Drama League Awards for Red. This play premiered at the Donmar Warehouse in London For a full list of theatre abbreviations, please Refer to legend on page 4
MTC Medea (1992, 2008), Glengarry Glen Ross, Orpheus Descending (with Mirvish), Much Ado About Nothing, Dancing at Lughnasa (with NAC), Another Time, Hedda Gabler, Macbeth, 1949 (with CS). OCT/NOV 2012
ARTISTS OTHER THEATRE Peter has many design credits at the
TV Tobin’s television scores have been heard on all
Shaw Festival; most recently, this year’s production of His Girl Friday. At the Stratford Festival, he most recently designed Richard iii and Shakespeare’s Will. He has worked at theatres across Canada. In the US, he has designed at the New York Shakespeare Festival and the Guthrie Theatre, among others. In the UK, he has worked for the Royal Court Theatre, the National Theatre and the Royal Shakespeare Company.
the major networks and stations in Canada, with rebroadcasts in several countries.
TRAINING Peter received his theatre design training at
Sadler’s Wells’ Opera Theatre Design Course.
Scott Henderson Lighting Designer
ET CETERA Tobin’s music for large events includes
commissions for the BC Summer Games, the xv Commonwealth Games and the 2010 Olympic Games.
Sandra McEwing Stage Manager MTC Romeo and Juliet, The 39 Steps, Calendar Girls
(with Mirvish). Apprentice Stage Manager, 1985/86 Mainstage season: Barnum (with Grand), The Real Thing, Tsymbaly, Talking Dirty, Hamlet, Filthy Rich. OTHER THEATRE Assistant Stage Manager: B-Movie,
MTC More than 40 productions since 1995, including Next to Normal, Grumpy Old Men: The Musical, The 39 Steps, White Christmas, Doubt, A Parable (with TC), Pride and Prejudice, Shakespeare’s Dog (with NAC), Humble Boy (Mainstage); Top Girls, The Shape of Things, Closer, Poor Super Man (Warehouse). OTHER THEATRE Recent credits: The Brink (PTE);
The Play (Shaw, VP, CS, international tour). Stage Manager: Gypsy (Huron Country Playhouse); The Motor Trade (TC). Resident Mainstage and regional tour I’ll Be Back Before Midnight (Blyth). ET CETERA Sandra is glad to be back at MTC.
Annie, Footloose (Rainbow). Scott has designed for opera, dance and theatre companies in Winnipeg and across Canada, including the Stratford and Shaw Festivals. TRAINING Scott is a graduate of Ryerson Theatre
School and a member of the Associated Designers of Canada. ET CETERA Special thanks to Karen, Sean and Alex
for love and support.
Tobin Stokes Sound Designer
MTC Vocal Coach: How I Learned to Drive (with Belfry). OTHER THEATRE Tobin has been musically involved
with dozens of theatre productions in Victoria and other Canadian theatres. His choral music commissions have taken him to Venezuela, Mexico, Sweden, England, France, the Czech Republic and Australia. He has written full-length operas and ballet, and has served as composer-in-residence with the Victoria Symphony, the Symphony Orchestra Academy of the Pacific and the International Choral Kathaumixw.
Born Marcus Rotkovitch in the town of Dvinsk, Latvia, then part of the Russian Empire, Mark Rothko immigrated to the United States with his family at the age of 10, settling in Portland, Oregon. A gifted student, Rothko attended Yale University on scholarship from 1921 to 1923, but, disillusioned by the social milieu and financial hardship, he dropped out and moved to New York to “bum around and starve a bit.” A chance invitation from a friend brought him to a drawing class at the Art Students League where he discovered his love of art. He took two classes there but was otherwise self-taught. Rothko painted in a figurative style for nearly 20 years, his portraits and depictions of urban life baring the soul of those living through the Great Depression in New York. The painter Milton Avery offered Rothko both artistic and nutritional nourishment during these lean years. In the 1930s, Rothko exhibited with The Ten, a close-knit group of nine American painters, which included fellow Avery acolyte, Adolph Gottlieb. Success was moderate at best but the group provided important incubation for the Abstract Expressionist school to come. The war years brought with it an influx of European surrealists, influencing most of the New
ARTISTS York painters, among them Rothko, to take on a neosurrealist style. Rothko experimented with mythic and symbolic painting for five years before moving to pure abstraction in the mid 1940s and ultimately to his signature style of two or three rectangles floating in fields of saturated color in 1949. Beginning in the early 1950s Rothko was heralded, along with Jackson Pollock, Willem deKooning, Franz Kline and others, as the standard bearers of the New American Painting – a truly American art that was not simply a derivative of European styles. By the late 1950s, Rothko was a celebrated (if not wealthy) artist, winning him three mural commissions that would dominate the latter part of his career. Only in the last of these, the Rothko Chapel in Houston, was he able to realize his dream of a truly contemplative environment in which to interact deeply with his artwork. Red presents a fictionalized account of Rothko’s frustrated first attempt to create such a space in New York’s Four Seasons restaurant. Rothko sought to create art that was timeless; paintings that expressed basic human concerns and emotions that remain constant not merely across decades but across generations and epochs. He looked to communicate with his viewer at the most elemental level and through his artwork, have a conversation that was intense, personal and, above all, honest. A viewer’s tears in front of one of
his paintings told him he had succeeded. While creating a deeply expressive body of work and garnering critical acclaim, Rothko battled depression and his brilliant career ended in suicide in 1970.
PRODUCTION Keith Houghton, Production Manager Carole Klemm, Scenic Artist Karen Levis, Head of Wardrobe Sandra McEwing, Assistant Stage Manager Peter Pokorny, Head of Props Dale Pudwell, Master Carpenter Michael Shamata, Artistic Director Gregory Smith, Technical Director Kim Charleen Smith, Resident Stage Manager Crew: Ben Bysiuk, Simon Farrow, Frank Morin, Patricia Reilly, Holly Vivian
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In memory of Winnifred Burns – Susan Waters In honour of Terri Cherniack & Steven Schipper – Miriam Bronstein In memory of David Lyle – Unitarian Church Theatre Discussion Group In memory of Murray McClarty – Ernest McNee In memory of Regina Novek – Joel L. Novek In memory of Andrew Ogaranko – Gail Asper & Michael Paterson; Balmoral Hall School; Kerry Dangerfield; Murray Palay & Ivy Kopstein; Susan & Ken Skinner; Al & Virginia Snyder In honour of Steven Schipper’s appointment to the Order of Canada – Vicki, Michael, Rachel & Rebecca Northy; Albert & Lily Rosenberg; Sheryl Rosenberg; Dr. Martin Weidman Darcia & Gary Senft - With our sincere sympathy on the loss of your beloved mother – Richard Yaffe & John Statham In memory of Sybil Shack for the benefit of MTC – Jewish Foundation of Manitoba In memory of Evelyn Shapiro, who loved MTC for 42 years – Daniel Shapiro Shelagh Sinclair Fund – The Winnipeg Foundation Leslie John Taylor Fund – The Winnipeg Foundation In honour of Ken Webb – Kristen Fogg
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John Hirsch and Tom Hendry shared a dream of creating great professional theatre with mass appeal. With the visionary support of Founders’ Circle members – those who have made a planned gift to MTC – their dream will live on for generations to come. Thank you to our Founders’ Circle members.* Gail Aspert Marjorie & Morley Blanksteint Duane & Pauline Braun Kerry Dangerfieldt Gary Hannaford & Cathy Rushtont Maureen E. Jay Dr. Leonard & Hope Kahane Gordon C. Keatcht Laurie Lam & Larry Desrochers† Leona J. MacDonald Barb Melnychuk Jeffrey Mortont Heather Power & Harold Klause Steven Schipper, C.M. & Terri Cherniack†
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Long-time subscriber Joan Halaiko was the lucky grand prize winner of a trip for two to New York and tickets to a Broadway play, compliments of Journeys Travel & Leisure SuperCentre and MTC. Joan and her daughter Brenda Franz (pictured here with Steven Schipper) recently travelled to the Big Apple and attended Nice Work if You Can Get It starring Matthew Broderick, Mamma Mia! and Sistas. All MTC subscribers who renewed their subscription or purchased a new subscription before May 28 were entered into the draw. Congratulations to all the winners! Christine Davey | Jacqueline Brignall | Geraldine Burge Alfred Wiebe | Robert & Shirley Lynch | Dave & Donna Dixon Mr. & Mrs. Greg & Sylvia Brodsky | John Shantz Brian Station | Elizabeth Fleming
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SAM: What’s the code? DAWSON: Unit, Corps, God, Country. A Few Good Men, Act I The US Marines in A Few Good Men follow a strict code which involves loyalty to their military unit, their corps, their God and their country. Sadly, their code does not always serve them well. Playwright Aaron Sorkin takes us on an intriguing journey where acts committed in the name of a noble cause are not necessarily righteous and noble. The presentation of engaging and provocative plays like A Few Good Men is part of MTC’s Mission – our code, if you will – that guides our energy and purpose each season: The Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre exists to celebrate the widest spectrum of theatre art. Deeply rooted in the province of Manitoba, which gave it life and provides for its growth, MTC aspires to both reflect and inform the community it serves. Throughout MTC’s history, loyal donors have supported our mission through their financial
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The 2012/13 season at the John Hirsch and Tom Hendry Theatres certainly reflects the widest spectrum of theatre art. From the world premiere of Gone With the Wind to Margaret Atwood’s fresh take on the Greek classic The Penelopiad, the upcoming season showcases musicals, tragedy, comedy and high drama. Your support plays an integral role in our ability to present these diverse offerings. MTC also continues to serve and reflect the greater community through quality programming, education and outreach. The Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival is the second-largest Fringe Festival in North America and is part of MTC’s ongoing commitment to developing new artists and audiences for live theatre. Similarly, the Master Playwright Festival unites artists from local theatre companies to present the works of master playwrights. Each year, our regional tour shares the excitement of live theatre with communities in Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario. Education and outreach opportunities are provided through scholarships and apprenticeships as well as through various MTC programs such as Theatre for Young Audiences, Backstage Pass, Monday Mix and Talkbacks. In so many ways, MTC truly reflects and informs the community it serves. We all live with goals or a “code” that reflects our values and attitudes. Winnipeg business leader and philanthropist Robert Chipman, addressing his high school alumni at a tribute dinner, once described the following as one of the precepts that he lives by: “The winners in the world are those that give. This is our city – we want to be proud of it. We all need to contribute to making it an increasingly better community.” Help us achieve our mission and contribute to the greater community with a gift to our Annual Fund. Visit our website at www. mtc.mb.ca for an outline of donor benefits or contact Garth in the Development office at 204-956-1340 ext. 240 for more information.
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Behind the scenes Honorary Members
His Honour, Lt. Governor Philip S. Lee The Honourable Greg Selinger, Premier of Manitoba His Worship, Mayor Sam Katz
Sharon Burden, Accounting Yvonne O’Connor, Accounting Shelley Stroski, Controller
Andrew Drinnan, Building Superintendent Chris Fletcher, Assistant Building Superintendent
Kerry Dangerfield, Chair Gary Hannaford, FCA, Past Chair David Carefoot, Treasurer Anthony C. Fletcher, Secretary David Christie, Chair, Governance & Strategic Planning Robert Eastwood, Chair, Resource Development Patrick Green, Chair, Organizational Performance Jim McLandress, Chair, Community Relations
Brian Adolph, IT Manager Jennifer Cheslock, outreach Manager Camilla Holland, General Manager Daphne MacMillan, Administrative Secretary Debbie Neufeld, Reception/Marketing Assistant Alan Waite, Assistant General Manager
TRUSTEES David Atkins Derrick Coupland Sandy Gousseau John Guttormson Shawn Hughes John Kearsey Brenda Kriss Jeff Lamothe Lynda Taylor Judy Wakefield Michelle Weinberg Richard L. Yaffe Brenda Zaporzan
Advisory Council Gerry Couture, Chair Gail Asper Morley Blankstein Doneta Brotchie Angus Campbell Hy Dashevsky Glen Dyrda, FCA John F. Fraser Jean Giguere Charron Hamilton Yude Henteleff Ken Houssin Gordon Keatch Colin R. MacArthur, QC Patrick J. Matthews Claire W. Miller Jeffrey Morton, FCA Hon. Jack Murta Lillian Neaman Shelley Nimchonok James Pappas John Petersmeyer Lawrence Prout Jeff Quinton Patricia Rabson Margaret Redmond Susan Skinner Al Snyder Maureen Watchorn
Artistic Jeff Kennedy, Wordplay Coordinator Laurie Lam, Producer Robb Paterson, Associate Artistic Director Steven Schipper, CM, Artistic Director Melinda Tallin, Artistic Coordinator
Paint Susan Groff, Head Scenic Artist Lawrence Van Went, Scenic Artist
Production Laura Enns, Touring & Production Coordinator Ian Kirk, Assistant Technical Director Rick MacPherson, Technical Director, Tom Hendry Theatre Russell Martin, Production Manager Rob Ring, Assistant Production Manager Benjamin Ross, Technical Director, John Hirsch Theatre
Properties Larry Demedash, Senior Properties Builder Kari Hagness, Head of Properties James Sutherland, Properties Builder
Laurie Fletcher, Patron Services Office Manager Melanie Sexton, Ticketing Services Director Jennifer Skelly, Tessitura Application Coordinator Box Office Representatives: Katie Adamson, Sheena Baird, Natercia Doucet, Andrea Gallagher, Airyn Lancaster, Jason Neufeld, Robyn Pooley, Victoria Popp, Jessica Ross
Louis Gagné, Layout Carpenter Brent Letain, Master Carpenter Chris Seida, Scenic Carpenter
Communications Sue Caughlin, Marketing & Communications Manager Doowah Design, Design Bruce Monk, Photographer Brent Phillips, Director of Marketing & Communications Mark Saunders, Marketing & Communications Coordinator Teri Stevens, Publicist & online media coordinator
Development Kristine Betker, Director of Fund Development Garth Johnson, Major, individual & planned Giving Officer Michael Joyal, Development Assistant Stephanie Lambert, Special & Donor Events Coordinator
John Hirsch Mainstage Front-of-House Deborah Gay-de Vries, Front-of-House Manager Assisted by: Sheena Baird, Jonny Hall Jamie Chapman, Kim Cosette, Rylen de Vries, Caroline Graham, Elfie Harvey, Kelsey Johnson, Sherri Kostecki, Tia Levine, Robyn Milligan, Rachel Neal, Jessica Olson, Kayla Parke-Wilson, Amariah Peterson, Angela Rajfur, Jennifer Schmidt, Cristin Sinclair, Kevin Stroski, Brittany Thiessen, Rita Vande Vyvere, Phyllis Van Drunen, Kira Watson, Chelsea Zacharias, Derek Zorniak
John Bent Jr., Head of sound Beverly Covert, Wigs & Makeup Supervisor Hart Greenberg, Head Carpenter Joan Lees-Miller, Head of Wardrobe Claude Robert, Head Electrician John Tomiuk, House Stage Hand
Tom Hendry Warehouse Randy Harder, Head Electrician Rick MacPherson, Technical Director Alison Nutt, Head Carpenter Michael Wright, Head of Sound Brenda Zachanowich, Stage crew
Tom Hendry Warehouse Front-of-House Kim Cossette, Front-of-House Manager Assisted by: Scott Tweedy Jamie Chapman, Cristin Sinclair, Chelsea Zacharias
Wardrobe Thora Lamont, Cutter Lorraine O’Leary, Head of Wardrobe Lois Powne, First Hand Jackie Van Winkle, Buyer/Accessories
Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival & Master Playwright Festival Chuck McEwen, Executive Producer
Honorary Staff Zaz Bajon, General Manager Emeritus
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