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The Center for Arts in Natick

JAN-APR 2020

MEMBER GUIDE

SMALL SPACE | BIG EXPERIENCE

B ENNHOEIITT J A NTA E BM O UPCOMING The Hillbenders Micky Dolenz Jake Shimabukuro Jonatha Brooke

DARK DESERT EAGLES

Dave Mason Eric Johnson John Sebastian And more...

TA B B E N O I T


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Dear TCAN Members, First things first – I want to thank the 406 renewing members who participated in our 2019 Member Drive in November/December, and offer a heartfelt welcome to 199 new members receiving this Member Guide for the first time. Thanks for supporting the arts at TCAN! You are part of a community of over 2,000 contributing TCAN members, enough to fill Boston’s Wilbur Theater twice (well, almost!).

DIRECTOR’S NOTE talents at Folk Open Mic events and visual arts exhibits. Comedy events hit a new level with nearly every show filled to capacity.

This milestone year also saw the first MetroWest Student Film Festival, special events staged by TedxNatick, Wellesley’s Parents of Performing Students (POPS), Natick Education Foundation, Opera del West, Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary, TCAN Players, Wellesley Education Foundation, We ended the decade by presenting some of the students of Music Go Round and School the most memorable performances in our of Rock, Natick Cultural Council, the history, highlighted by concerts featuring Jimmy Fund, SPARK Kindness and other Peter Wolf, Liz Longley with Mark Erelli, incredible community organizations. Jimmy Herring, Marcia Ball, Darlingside, The Waifs, Felix Cavaliere’s Rascals, Billy 2020 will be our best year yet. Join us May Cobham and Cowboy Junkies. Hundreds 19 2020 for an exciting announcement! of talented children created theater magic in musical theater productions directed by Kristy Pace of Pocket Full of Tales Theater Company, celebrating her 20th year at TCAN. Over 5,000 patrons attended movie David Lavalley, screenings in our 120-seat Cinema Room, Executive Director and local musicians and artists shared their

TCAN STAFF David Lavalley Executive Director

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Antonio Viva

EVENTS

Nicola Anderson Cinema Program Director

D. Michael Collins Chair

January

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Valerie Barretto Development Associate

Ed Hudson Clerk

February

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March

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Erin Basile Director of Programming

Ed Strickland

April

Frank Hanenberger

PROGRAMS

Rick Jennett

Dining Guide

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Ricky Ball

Classical Series

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Stephen Kaplan

Film Series

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Steve Wilson Treasurer

Folk Open Mic

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Visual Arts

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Family Series

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Education

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Members

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Bill Doucette Facilities Coordinator Cheryl Ebeling Bookkeeper Kerry Anne Fraser Marketing Coordinator Doreen Pendergast Ticket and Operations Coordinator Josh Valentine Theater Operations Manager

Tom Halchuk William Bachman

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OUR SINCERE THANKS TO THESE GENEROUS SPONSORS:

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JANUARY COMEDY

BOSTON COMICS FEAT. JOHN PERROTTA AND ACE ACETO JAN 10 | 8PM

Boston Comics returns to the Firehouse showcasing some of region’s funniest comedians. From seasoned vets to newcomers, this lineup showcases Boston’s talented standup artists. Lineup includes Steve Halligan, Ace Aceto, and John Perrotta. $20 public | $18 members BLUEGRASS

THE HILLBENDERS PRESENT: WHOGRASS! JAN 11 | 8PM

A chronological journey of The Who’s legendary catalog through the wood and wire of bluegrass instrumentation. With a rolling banjo, intense dobro percussion, and thunderous vocals, the Hillbenders have Who fans pumping their fists and singing along! $35 public | $30 members

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JAN-FEB ROCK

THE BREAKERS: A TRIBUTE TO TOM PETTY JAN 18 | 8PM

The Breakers are a no-frills rock band who meticulously encompass the Tom Petty sound and musically establish an emotional connection with the crowd for the most genuine sounding Petty experience in the country. $20 public | $18 members ROCK

THE MACHINE PERFORMS PINK FLOYD UNPLUGGED JAN 24 - 25 | 8PM

2 nights. 2 different setlists. America’s oldest and greatest Pink Floyd tribute band, The Machine, will be performing Pink Floyd A-Z mashup on January 24 and Wish You Were Here / Animals on January 25. $37 public | $32 members SPONSORED BY THE VERVE HOTEL BOSTON NATICK, TAPESTRY COLLECTION BY HILTON

NEW AGE

DEBORAH HENSON-CONANT FEB 1 | 8PM

Grammy-nominated vocalist and electric harpist Deborah Henson-Conant (“DHC”) travels the world with the instrument she invented – the “DHC Electric Harp”. With her wicked sense of humor, gutsy set of vocal chords and theatrical flair, she uses her wearable-electric harp as a partner in her music and story-telling as she layers sounds with her looper pedal to creates rhythmic grooves. $26 public | $24 members

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FEBRUARY COUNTRY

PURE PRAIRIE LEAGUE FEB 8 | 8PM

2020 marks their 50th year as a band. Best known for their iconic #1 hit Aimee, Top 10 hits Two Lane Highway, Let Me Love You Tonight, I’ll Fix Your Flat Tire Merle and Early Mornin’ Riser. Original members Mike Reilly and David Cahl are joined by Donnie Clark, Randy Harper, and Scott Thompson. $55 public | $50 members POP

MICKY DOLENZ FEB 13 | 8PM

Share the stories and songs of one of the greatest voices of a generation. Hear actor, singer, director, producer, writer, radio DJ, inventor, and all-around performer extraordinaire, Micky sing hit songs like I’m a Believer, Last Train to Clarksville, I’m Not Your Steppin’ Stone, Daydream Believer and Pleasant Valley Sunday. $75 public | $65 members

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FEBRUARY NEW AGE

CALIFORNIA GUITAR TRIO + MONTREAL GUITAR TRIO FEB 15 | 8PM

Featuring six virtuoso guitarists from four countries, CGT and MG3 fuse together for one unique six-by-6-string ‘phenomensemble’. Blending naturally together to create new and original arrangements of progressive rock, world, jazz and classical music. $32 public | $30 members JAZZ

JAKE SHIMABUKURO FEB 19 | 8PM

With only four strings, Jake Shimabukuro is a humble master whose mission is to connect and inspire people as he takes the ukulele to places no one has gone before, performing awe-inspiring music that ranges from jazz, blues, and rock to bluegrass, classical, and folk. $70 public | $65 members

ROCK

DARK DESERT EAGLES FEB 21 | 8PM

Touched by the passing of Eagles co-founder Glenn Frey, Pat Badger (founding member of the multi-platinum rock act Extreme) formed the Dark Desert Eagles. Enlisting fellow Extreme member Kevin Figueiredo, multi-instrumentalist Chris Lester, soaring guitar hero Eric Clemenzi, and Tom Appleman, they formed the Dark Desert Eagles to stunningly re-create the amazing musicianship, soaring vocal harmonies and timeless repertoire of The Eagles. $40 public | $35 members

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FEBRUARY JAZZ

JANE MONHEIT FEB 22 | 8PM

A vocalist with remarkable virtuosity and innate interpretative skills, Jane Monheit puts her own unique touch on beloved jazz standards, classic torch songs, and contemporary pop. Jane’s most recent album The Songbook Sessions: Ella Fitzgerald, showcases the warmth and joy of Ella’s music. $40 public | $35 members BLUES ROCK

POPA CHUBBY FEB 28 | 8PM

Larger than life blues figure Popa Chubby has a lot of reasons to feel lucky this year. 2020 marks the 30th anniversary of his emergence as a powerful force in the venerable New York blues scene with his own unique brand of hard-hitting, face-melting, blues rock n’ funky soul. $30 public | $25 members

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FEB - MAR JAZZ

ERIC JOHNSON CLASSICS: PRESENT AND PAST FEB 29 | 8PM

Eric Johnson’s new album, EJ Vol II, presents new repertoire combining electric and acoustic arrangements. His new tour celebrates his new album alongside the classics from his prolific career. $60 public | $55 members SPONSORED BY THE VERVE HOTEL BOSTON NATICK, TAPESTRY COLLECTION BY HILTON

BLUEGRASS

TIM O’BRIEN WITH JAN FABRICIUS MAR 14 | 8PM

Tim O’Brien performs as a duet with his partner Jan Fabricius. Featuring harmony vocals, solid guitar, fiddle, and mandolin, the shows cover a range of original compositions and traditional arrangements mixed with stories and Tim’s selfdeprecating humor. $28 public | $25 members

ROCK

DAVE MASON MAR 19 | 8PM

Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Dave Mason’s Feelin’ Alright Tour will feature all the classic songs fans love such as Only You Know And I Know, We Just Disagree, Every Woman, All Along The Watchtower, Rock N Roll Stew, and, of course, Feelin’ Alright. In addition, you will hear songs that have inspired him, as well as personal stories about rock music that only can be told by a man who has walked that historical path. Mason will be joined by his band: Johnne Sambataro on guitar & vocals, Alvino Bennett on drums, and Anthony Patler on bass, keyboards & vocals. $85 public | $75 members SPONSORED BY CAPTAIN MARDEN’S SEAFOODS

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MARCH SINGER-SONGWRITER

JONATHA BROOKE MAR 20 | 8PM

For more than two decades Jonatha Brooke has created shining musical gems – brilliant combinations of poetic lyrics, complex harmonies, and memorable melodies. Her latest album, Imposter, captures the whimsy and complexity of her writing while leaving a lasting impression on all her devoted fans. $35 public | $30 members ROCK

ENTER THE HAGGIS MAR 21 | 8PM

For more than 20 years, Toronto’s Enter The Haggis has been bringing a rock edge to contemporary celtic music by effortlessly melding bagpipes and fiddles with classic rock n’ roll instrumentation and AAAfriendly vocals. Their songs offer singalong melodies and deep, meaningful lyrics. $28 public | $25 members

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MAR - APR BLUES

COCO MONTOYA AND RONNIE BAKER BROOKS MAR 26 | 8PM

Coco Montoya’s white-hot guitar playing and soulful vocals, combined with Chicago bluesman and blues royalty Ronnie Baker Brooks, makes for one mega night of profound blues music-making and hardrocking good times. $38 public | $35 members COMEDY

LENNY CLARKE AND FRIENDS MAR 28 | 8PM

Boston comedian Lenny Clarke has been performing since the 1980s as part of the great local comedy scene that included Denis Leary, Steven Wright, and many more. Come enjoy a night of Clarke’s distinctive Boston-based humor, along with an entourage of fellow area comedians. $30 public | $25 members

BLUES

TAB BENOIT APR 2 | 8PM

One of the most impressive guitarists to emerge from the rich Bayous of Southern Louisiana in years, Tab Benoit’s guitar tone can be recognized before his Otis-Reddingish voice resonates from the speakers. A Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter, and guitarist, Benoit has built a remarkable 30+ year career on the foundation of his gritty and soulful Delta swamp blues. Along the way he has acquired a devoted legion of fans, as well as 5 Blues Music Awards, including BB King Entertainer of the Year (twice) and an induction into The Louisiana Music Hall of Fame. $46 public | $42 members

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APRIL AUGUST FOLK

JOHN SEBASTIAN APR 3 | 8PM

Over four decades the contributions of John Sebastian have become a permanent part of our American musical fabric. His group The Lovin’ Spoonful played a major role in the mid-’60s rock revolution with songs like Do You Believe In Magic?, You Didn’t Have To Be So Nice, Daydream, Younger Girl, and Summer In The City. $45 public | $40 members SINGER-SONGWRITER

SUSAN WERNER APR 4 | 8PM

Known for her engaging and energetic live show, Werner continues her reign as one of the most creative forces on the acoustic music scene today. She effortlessly slides between folk, jazz, and pop, all delivered with sassy wit and classic Midwestern charm. $32 public | $28 members

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APRIL BLUES

TINSLEY ELLIS APR 11 | 8PM

Southern blues-rock guitar wizard, vocalist and songwriter Tinsley Ellis has become a bona fide worldwide guitar hero with his signature molten licks, melodic riffs, and rousing intense solos. According to Ellis, his latest album, Ice Cream In Hell, is the most raw-sounding, guitar-drenched album of his career. $30 public | $26 members COMEDY

LADIES OF LAUGHTER: FUNNY AND FABULOUS TOUR APR 17 | 8PM

Hailing from Natick, MA award-winning comedian Kelly MacFarland takes the stage with fellow comedians and standout Ladies of Laughter performers Kendra Cunningham and Erin Maguire. $28 public | $25 members

SINGER-SONGWRITER

ELLIS PAUL APR 18 | 8PM

Ellis Paul is one of those gifted singer-songwriters. A singular storyteller, a musician whose words reach out from inside and expresses the feelings, thoughts and sensibilities that most people can relate to in one way or another, regardless of age or upbringing. Paul’s 20th album, The Storyteller’s Suitcase, is the first that he produced himself and is the first on his Rosella label. The album contains 13 tracks and a 30-page booklet with drawings, lyrics and backstories for each song. $28 public | $24 members

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APRIL SINGER-SONGWRITER

DAR WILLIAMS APR 19 | 7:30PM

Called “one of America’s very best singersongwriters” by The New Yorker, Dar Williams brings her intimate folk/rock stylings back to her home state. She has been captivating audiences with her sheer elegance and honesty in her folk-pop songwriting since the ’90s. $45 public | $40 members SINGER-SONGWRITER

CRYSTAL BOWERSOX APR 23 | 8PM

Drawing on her various influences across folk-pop, classic rock, soul, blues, and country, Crystal Bowersox makes music that resonates with her spirit. Often singing with a belting soulful style, she brings to mind the stylings of Bonnie Raitt and even Janis Joplin. $30 public | $26 members

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APR - MAY POP / ROCK

MARSHALL CRENSHAW AND THE BOTTLE ROCKETS APR 24 | 8PM

Marshall Crenshaw returns with full band, The Bottle Rockets, to perform his familiar favorites. Don’t miss this rare pairing of two great acts for an explosive mix of country punk. $35 public | $30 members SPONSORED BY THE VERVE HOTEL BOSTON NATICK, TAPESTRY COLLECTION BY HILTON

SINGER-SONGWRITER

AN EVENING WITH CARRIE NEWCOMER APR 25 | 8PM

Carrie Newcomer is a Grammy-winning songwriter and recording artist who has performed with Mary Chapin Carpenter and Alison Krauss. She will be joined by pianist Gary Walters for a dynamic interweaving of music, poetry, prose, and personal stories. $28 public | $25 members

FOLK ROCK

THE SWEET REMAINS MAY 1 | 8PM

Celebrating a decade together, The Sweet Remains are headed by 3 gifted singersongwriters, each of whom contributes to the writing and 3-part harmonies that define the band’s sound. Driven by strong lyrical and melodic writing, their songs easily appeal to fans of modern folk-rockers like Jason Mraz, Ray LaMontagne, and John Mayer. However, it is their lush harmonies that distinguish them from the throngs of guitar-toting troubadours and harken back to super-groups of the ‘60s and ‘70s like CSN, The Eagles, and Simon & Garfunkel. $25 public | $22 members order online | natickarts.org/calendar | 508.647.0097

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DINING GUIDE Agostino’s | Italian Bill’s Pizzeria | Pizzeria

58 E Central St

Buttercup Restaurant & Bar | American

13 W Central St

Casey’s Diner | Diner

36 South Ave

Comella’s | Italian

45 Main St

The Common Cafe & Kitchen | Cafe

9 S Main St

Dah Mee | Korean

25 Washington St

Dolphin Restaurant and Bar | Seafood

12 Washington St

Morse Tavern | American Oga’s | Japanese Shanghai Tokyo | Chinese and Japanese Zaftigs Delicatessen | Deli

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23 Washington St

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DINING GUIDE

Pantry Restaurant, located inside The VERVE Hotel Boston Natick VIOLET THORN LOUNGE LOCATED INSIDE THE VERVE HOTEL BOSTON NATICK

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CLASSICAL NEAVE TRIO JAN 26 | 4PM

Returning for their fourth performance, Neave Trio’s latest concert will focus on four distinguished women composers spanning the Romantic era through modern day. This special performance will feature a large screen projection of the group’s newest music video, created by Hudson MA native Alessa Maiuri, with live musical accompaniment by the Trio.

RASA QUARTET FEB 23 | 1:30PM

The Rasa String Quartet was formed in 2019 at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, MA and consists of Korean-American cellist, Eunghee Cho, Spanish-Vietnamese violist, Claudia Do Minh Ramos, Japanese-American violinist, Kiyoshi Hayashi, and Irish-American violinist, Maura Shawn Scanlin.

OPERA DEL WEST MAR 22 | 7PM

Since its founding in 2006, Opera del West, helmed by Eve Budnick, brings fully staged—if fringe—opera to the MetroWest area of Massachusetts and provides a space for young professional singers to tackle exciting roles. They will be returning to the stage for another thrilling operatic performance. Stay tuned for more information.

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FILM SERIES

JOJO RABBIT Jan 5 - 12

PANDORA’S BOX (1929) silent film series Mar 1

FORD V FERRARI Jan 13 - 23

THE 2020 OSCAR SHORTS live action, animation documentary Feb 2 - 12

CAPTURING THE FLAG Coming Soon

SLAY THE DRAGON Coming Soon

METROWEST STUDENT FILM FESTIVAL APRIL 5, 2020

The second annual MetroWest Student Film Festival is now open for submissions! The MWSFF is open to high school students between the ages of 14 - 19 residing in the MetroWest region. For all submission info and rules, visit us at natickarts.org/mwsff Submission deadline is February 2, 2020

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COMMUNITY HOSTED BY MARK STEPAKOFF

UPCOMING DATES

$5 public | Members Free Tuesdays 8pm, 7:30pm Sign-Up

january 7

hank wonder

january 21

sandi hammond

february 11

allysen callery

february 25

george woods

march 17

hallery elwell

march 23

live greene

april 14

kevin so

april 28

kaiti jones

FOLK OPEN MIC

The Folk/Acoustic Open Mic night at TCAN has been a tradition since its inception in 1997. Folk Open Mic provides an intimate and supportive atmosphere for acoustic performers of all abilities to showcase their talents and partake in the area’s most vibrant folk/acoustic music community. All musicians and spoken word performers are invited to participate.

SUMMER STREET GALLERY Tuesdays - Fridays 12pm-6pm Saturdays 11am - 2pm

The Summer Street Gallery is located in TCAN’s main lobby and performance hall and features some of the most accomplished artists in the region. The Gallery not only provides an opportunity for our patrons to see exhibits by local artists, but to also support the visual artist community. The Gallery is open to the public during regular TCAN business hours.

UPCOMING EXHIBITS january

babsje

february

paula moser steffen

april

beth hoffer and laurie leavitt

To become an exhibitor , please visit us at natickarts.org/artist/summer-street-gallery

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FAMILY SERIES STACEY PEASLEY BAND JAN 11 | 11AM

Stacey Peasley’s music has entertained and engaged families for over a decade. She delights audiences with her contagious energy and creativity while performing, writing and teaching! Her lively act engages kids and creates memorable and fun sing-along songs. $12 adult | $10 children

THE WACKY SCIENCE SHOW WITH MIKE BENT FEB 1 | 11AM

Get ready for an award-winning show that teaches that science can be exciting and fun! Kids participate in high energy, hands-on lessons. One of the best science shows your children will ever see! $12 adult | $10 children

TANGLEWOOD MARIONETTES PRESENT CINDERELLA FEB 15 | 11AM

Featuring a dozen lavishly costumed 30” marionettes, the story unfolds as the pages of a giant book open to reveal each beautifully painted setting with all your favorite Cinderella characters. $12 adult | $10 children

JOHNNY PEERS AND THE MUTTVILLE COMIX APR 4 | 11AM

Johnny Peers and his personality-plus canines are coming to tickle your funny bone! A show for the whole family and the dog lover in all of us, the show stars mostly dogs rescued from shelters or pounds. $12 adult | $10 children

ELLIS PAUL FAMILY SHOW APR 18 | 11AM

Ellis Paul is an award winning perfomer of childrens’ music! Ellis tells riveting stories by making “real music” for children. He delivers messages of peace, unity, and a sense of the planet as a unified whole. $12 adult | $10 children


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EDUCATION

Pocket Full of Tales presents a boutique style theatre workshop, for students of all experience levels. Each class is a unique, small-group experience where every child receives organic, process-based training in the theatre arts from experienced performing artists. Workshops are a space to explore, experiment, and engage in the performing arts, through stories inspired by popular classics, adapted specifically for young performers by a team of international composers and our in-house playwright/director. Program Director: Kristy Pace pocketfulloftales.com See our website for more information natickarts.org/class-sections

SCHOOL VACATION THEATRE WORKSHOPS MONDAY - FRIDAY

UPCOMING february vacation week the paperbag princess FEB 17-21

AGES 5 - 11 9AM-3PM

$350 public | $320 members

april vacation week

super heroes: the musical APR 20-24

EARLY DROPOFF / LATE PICKUP OPTIONS AVAILABLE

Full show descriptions are located on our website at natickarts.org/program/school-vacation-theater-workshops

SUMMER THEATRE WORKSHOPS MONDAY - FRIDAY AGES 5 - 11 FULL DAY 9AM-3PM

$350 public | $320 members HALF DAY 9AM-12PM

$175 public | $160 members EARLY DROPOFF/ LATE PICKUP OPTIONS AVAILABLE

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UPCOMING the lorax JUL 6-10 cinderella & cinder edna JUL 13-17 charlotte’s web JUL 20-24 jimmy zangwow’s out of this world space adventure JUL 27-31 fairy wings AUG 3-7 the fairy detective agency AUG 10-14


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MEMBERS FOUNDERS SOCIETY PLATINUM Jack and Shelley Blais Robert E. Courtemanche George Fiske Distinctive Hospitality Group Lauren and Roy Komack Karen and Reginald Leese MA Historical Commission Massachusetts Cultural Facilities Fund MetroWest Subaru Middlesex Savings Bank MutualOne Bank Nellie Mae Education Foundation Craig Ross and Denise Nelken Kathleen and Bill Rousseau GOLD Anonymous Amelia Peabody Charitable Fund Bob Brack and Janet Bailey Michael and Barbara Collins Tim and Elizabeth LePain Erica and Jay Ball John and Emma Quint Memorial Fund Grayce B. Kerr Fund, Inc.

INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIP PRODUCER Kathleen McDonough and Edward Berman Steve and Denise Wilson DIRECTOR Bill and Jane Bachman Michael and Barbara Collins Karen and Reginald Leese Dr. Johanna Perlmutter Glenn Shambroom and Nina Righter Ed and Sheila Strickland ARTIST Bob Brack and Janet Bailey Lois and Linc Cornell 26

Highland Street Foundation Joseph and Sandra Hurwitz Rick and Nancy Jennett Leon Lowenstein Foundation, Inc. Karen and Reginald Leese Steve Levinsky and Denise Girardin Nick and Martha Perakis Stonegate Group, LLC SILVER Anonymous Berklee College of Music Bose Corporation John Memishian and Elaine Burns Fair & Yeager Insurance Agency, Inc. Carp and David Ferrari Foundation for Metrowest Tom and Kelley Halchuk Stephen and Maschia Kaplan David Lavalley and Sherry Sandoval Kathleen McDonough and Ed Berman Shirley and David Parish Roche Bros. Sudbury Foundation Total Wine & More

Gene and Gay Crowley Ed Daly and Karen Lieberman-Daly David and Barbara Dorant George Fiske Larry Dick and Lucia Frenkel Phil and Marcia Giudice Tom and Kelley Halchuk Frank and Melissa Hanenberger Mary and Ed Hudson Joseph Hurwitz Joe and Janet Idzal Rick and Nancy Jennett Cyndi Jones and Steven Birnbaum Stephen and Maschia Kaplan David Lavalley and Sherry Sandoval Cindy and Seth Lawry

Kristine and John Van Amsterdam Denise and Steve Wilson BRONZE Beth and Richard Compson Ed Daly and Karen Lieberman-Daly Fran and David Elovitz Bruce and Terri Evans David and Lynn Falwell Edward and Lillian Fassino Bruce Weisberg and Serge Genesse Alice Greif Rud and Judie Ham Frank and Melissa Hanenberger Mary and Ed Hudson David and Carol Krentzman Fred and Beth Lane Robby and Jeff Levy Dr. Johanna Perlmutter Karen and Matt Pierce Mysore and Judy Ravindra Judy and Walter Rich Joel and Bonnie Rosenthal Ed and Sheila Strickland Peter Townsend and Hilary McGregor Aileen and Matthew Zogby Brooks and Linda Zug Tim and Betsy LePain Rick and Diane Mitchell Freya and Laird Pendleton Nicholas and Martha Perakis Catherine and Joseph Reynolds Judy and Walter Rich Craig Ross and Denise Nelken Aileen and Matthew Zogby SUPERSTAR Anonymous Michael and Karen Balcom Ricky and Jay Ball Mark and Sandra Beyerly Judy and Anthony Cosimini Jim Dillon Rosemary Driscoll and Bill Seymour Fran Elovitz


MEMBERS Bruce and Terri Evans Steven and Renee Finn Jonathan Freedman and Elizabeth Smith-Freedman Susan Friday Jennifer Grinnell and Chris Gardner Cheryl and Michael Hines James and Elizabeth Holman James Fisher and Catherine James Lena and Paul Joseph Richard Kadison Polly Kornblith Jill and Pete Kovatsis Ron Mastrangelo and Christine Whelan Michael and Karen McGreal Sheila and Eugene McManus Shirley and David Parish Bruce Pearson Kate Rushford Deborah and Max Stone Peter Townsend and Hilary McGregor Jan Phlegar and Robert Vierling Daniel and Patty Walton Maureen and Richard Wooster STAR Anonymous Paul and Jackie Adams Robin Berman Bruno Berszoner Peter Berube David Bishop Kenneth A Bloom Steven Borgeson Barbara and Joseph Boykin Carol and Stephen Brayman Peter and Janice Burke John Memishian and Elaine Burns Eileen Weber and Bob Caplin Jay Caraviello Mary Beth and Jim Connolly E. Steven Coren

Doug and Sue Crossley Aimee Dalrymple Robert Davoli and Eileen McDonagh Joseph Dello Russo Tom Dixon Ed and Sue Doherty Michael Driscoll Ann Drouilhet Gayle Edgar William and Mavis Efthim Martha Fagan Artie and Tricia Fair David and Lynn Falwell Drs. Henry and Kate Faulkner Anne Fitzgerald Jim and Tina Furdon Claire and Jan Galkowski Margaret Gallerani Robbin Bell and John Garrison John and Kris Gaziano Marijane and Edward Geary Amy R Gould Steven and Stenie Gullans Faye and Rob Harrington Judy and Terry Harrington Kalman and Ellen Heller Katy Reid and David Himmelberger Shirley Hui and Robert M. Allen Jeff Idels and Sue Bernier Beth and Frank Jenkins Martin Kessel and Beverly Rich Robert Killian and Sarah Chambers Lisa Kirby Gibbs John Landry Teresa and Robert Laurence Diane LeClair Alissa and Gerry Leonard Diana Berg Levinson Susan Mahan Christine and Andy Matz Jeanie May and Richard MacLean Robert and Jacqueline McBride Peter and Sarah Rueppel-Monaco Frederick Monbouquette

Barbara Moore and Jack VanWoerkom Jeffrey and Carol Mushnick Rob and Linda OReilly Aldo and Connie Pitt Michael J. Pojman Susan Rice Joseph and Terri Riley Clare and Mark Robinson Don Ross Anne Lindsay and Dr. David Schwarz Patricia and James Scurlock Laura Senier and Ken DelPapa Debbie and Ed Shooshanian Kathleen Donovan and Richard Stephen Jennifer and Richard Stoner Geralyn and Roger Sundin Dan Tappan Bruce and Connie Ventura Jay and Carol Virshbo Joan Watts Lyla and Neil Weinbaum Jane and Mark Weiner James White Jr Mary and Gary Wolf David and Marcy Yuknat FEATURE Anonymous Jenny Adams Joyce and Mel Albert Bill Alfano Richard Corbett and Jacqueline Allen Alexandra and David Andrews Anne Andrews Rob and Anne Marie Andrews Joan Barth and Kermit Baker Eileen Ball James Ballard Robin Barnes Marilyn and Harold V. Barrows Julie and Jacob Barth Priscilla Ramsay and Clint Berge Deidre Bergeron and Randy Divinkski 27


MEMBERS Deborah Bergstrom Nathan and Veronika Berkowitz Helen Berman Bridget and Kyle Bettigole Norman Bitsoli Andrew and Nancy Blume Sharon Botwinik and Steven Bacharach Kate Boucher John and Annemarie Bowen James Bowen Cat Branam Shari Brass Peggy Broekel and Matthew Rovner Carla Brown Dr. David C. Brown Joseph OLeary and Sharon Burke Donna-Jo Burns Roberta Burns Gianni Busso Brian Butler Sandra and Christopher Campanella Maureen and Peter Cary Donna and Jerry Casey Chris Chepiga Cheryl and Kenneth Chernack Jennifer Chin Craig Chisholm Tim Claffey Diana Clark Scott and Pat Clark Tom and Megan Cobb Lisa Perry and Norman Coburn David Cohen Christopher Condon Carol and Ken Conway Mike Conway Kathy and Don Copson Ed Council Kathleen and Leo Croft James Crossley James Crowley Catherine Cunningham Greg and Lydia Cunningham-Grehn Charles Cushman Kathryn D’Addesio Sara Dale 28

Judy D’Antonio Nancy Dellarocco Arthur DeSantis Paul and Anne Marie Desmond David Di Iulio Tod and Jennifer Dimmick Nancy and Timothy Donahue Brian and Corinne Donovan LisaAnn DuKaten Alexandra Dulchinos Ann Eggleston Michael and Cheryl Elkins Stephanie Elkort Scott Epstein Timothy Ernst Brian Farrington Robert Festa Geoffrey Filker Glenda Fishman Alan and Donna Fitch Kim and Chip Fontaine Ira Foss Andy Frankenfield Scott Sandler and Julie Freedman Kathleen Fuller Mary Ellen and Stephen Fulton Lisa Fusaro Donna Gallo and William Leary Zach Galvin Steven Garfinkle Maura and Dennis Gaughan Sue Gibbons Robert Gill Gary Gill-Austern Glen and Annie Glater Mark Globerson Barry Gold Harvey Goldfine Fredrick Goode Jeremy Goodman Randy and Martin Gredinger John Donovan and Patricia Griffin Sandra Guidrey Michael and Karen Gurnick Stuart Haber Brent and Serena Davis Hall Robert Hall and Paige Brodie Alaine and Bill Hamel

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The Center for Arts in Natick | Member Guide | Jan-Apr 2020  

A look at our winter programming. Highlights include Dave Mason, Jake Shimabukuro, John Sebastian, and Crystal Bowersox

The Center for Arts in Natick | Member Guide | Jan-Apr 2020  

A look at our winter programming. Highlights include Dave Mason, Jake Shimabukuro, John Sebastian, and Crystal Bowersox