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Dave Steakley, Producing Artistic Director | Elisbeth Challener, Managing Director

BY

JASTON WILLIAMS

JOE SEARS

ORIGINALLY PRODUCED BY DIRECTED BY

ED HOWARD

CHARLES H. DUGGAN

JASTON WILLIAMS*

PRODUCED IN COLLABORATION WITH THE PARAMOUNT THEATRE IN ASSOCIATION WITH TUNA TOURING GROUP

Scenic Designer........................................................................................................................................ MICHAEL KRAUSS Costume Designer .......................................................................................................................................... LINDA FISHER Costume Design Assistant ..................................................................................... ALANA ANTHONY, KAREN JONES Hair and Makeup Designer .......................................................................................................................SERRET JENSEN Lighting Designer..................................................................................................................................RACHEL ATKINSON Sound Designer ........................................................................................................................................KEN HUNCOVSKY Properties Designer ....................................................................................................................................... STEVE BAGLIO Stage Manager ................................................................................................................................. NATALIE KRATOCHVIL *Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.

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MastheadSetting A Tuna Christmas Tuna, third smallest town in Texas, Christmas Eve. ACT ONE Scene 1: Scene 2: Scene 3: Scene 4:

Radio Station OKKK The Bumiller Home Didi's Used Weapons Aunt Pearl's Yard

There will be a 20-minute intermission. ACT TWO Scene 1: Scene 2: Scene 3:

The Tuna Highschool Gymnasium The Tastee Kreme Petey's Backyard Vera's Home Aunt Pearl's Yard Radio Station OKKK

Special Thanks Karen Jones, Costume Design Assistant Alana Anthony, Costume Design Assistant Kirk Tuck, Photography | KirkTuck.com

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A Tuna Christmas Cast and Characters

Will Mercer

Ryan H. Bailey

Tim Casper

Will Mercer plays:

Ryan H. Bailey plays:

Tim Casper plays:

Thurston Wheelis

Elmer Watkins

Ronnie Pert

Bertha Bumiller

Arles Struvie

Jody Bumiller

R.R. Snavely

Phoebe Burkhalter

Stanley Bumiller

Aunt Pearl Burras

Didi Snavely

Charlene Bumiller

Sheriff Givens

Petey Fisk

Vera Carp

Ike Thompson

Dixie Deberry

Helen Bedd

Inita Goodwin

Farley Burkhalter

Garland Poteet

Joe Bob Lipsey

Harold Dean Latimer

Leonard Childers

Phinas Bley

*Actors’ Equity Association, founded in 1913, represents more than 49,000 Actors and Stage Managers in the Understudy Equity negotiates wages and working conditions, providing a wide range of benefits, including health and pension plans. Equity seeks to foster the art of live theatre as an essential component of our society. actorsequity.org The videotaping or other video or audio recording of this production and the taking of photographs, with or without flash, or by camera phone, is strictly prohibited. Please turn off all electronic devices – such as cell phones, pagers, etc. – and refrain from texting and/or tweeting during the performance.

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A Tuna Christmas Cast WILL MERCER (Thurston, Bertha, R.R., Aunt Pearl, Sheriff Givens, Ike, Inita, Leonard, Joe Bob) – ZACH: Debut. NATIONAL TOUR: Greater Tuna (Thurston, Leonard, Bertha, Pearl, R.R., Reverend Spikes, Sheriff Givens, Yippy). Roles he is most proud of include Who’s In Bed with the Butler (Clifton), The Mel Brooks Musical Young Frankenstein (Inspector Kemp), Stay (Ben), and Sordid Lives (Wardell). Will wants to thank his husband Luis. He is also grateful to have the love and support of his children, Chandler and Brenan.

TIM CASPER (Vera, Ronnie, Jody, Stanley, Charlene, Carp, Helen, Garland, Harold, Phinas) – ZACH: Debut. REGIONAL: Greater Tuna (Phinas) National Tour, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (Mad Hatter) and Cinderella (Prince Charming) at Birmingham Children's Theatre, Equus (Alan) at Theatre Downtown, Overpants (Flick Bean) at Toris Playhouse. FILM: Street Survivors: The True Story of The Lynyrd Skynyrd Plane Crash (Johnny Mote), Halloween Pussy Trap Kill! Kill!  (Peter), XKWX (The Highwayman). ADDITIONAL CREDITS: Alumni of University of Montevallo, UCB West, and Groundlings.

RYAN H. BAILEY (Arles, Elmer, Didi, Petey, Dixie, Farley, Phoebe) – ZACH: Debut. NATIONAL TOUR: Greater Tuna. OTHER THEATER: Lend Me A Tenor (Max), Peter Pan (Smee), Into the Woods (Rapunzel's Prince), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Pharaoh), The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) at the Hill Country Arts Foundation Point Theater, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Pseudolus), Noises Off! (Garry), Amadeus (Mozart) at Fredericksburg Theater Company.

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By Charles Dickens Conceived and adapted by Dave Steakley Directed by Bryan Bradford Musical Direction by Allen Robertson Choreographed by Christa Oliver-Torres Starring Harvey Guion as Scrooge

Austin’s most rockin’ holiday tradition returns with new music to get the party started! ZACH’s inspired adaptation of the Dickens’ classic is a musical sleigh ride through rhythm and time. Join the loving Cratchit family and three soulful ghosts as they take Ebenezer Scrooge on a joyride to miraculous transformation, as he rediscovers his heart and love for human kindness.

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A Tuna Christmas Director's Notes Bertha R.R.

Vera

Petey Thurston

Arles

Aunt Pearl

Didi

Will Mercer, Tim Casper, and Ryan H. Bailey. Photo: KirkTuck.com

At some point, deep into the second or possibly the third decade of our performing in the Tuna plays, someone informed Joe Sears and me that we had become the longest running comedy team in the country. We, of course, were thrilled and humbled, although humility was never one of our strong suits, but being known as a comedy team had never been the intention or the goal for either of us. We were quite confident that our work on the page was not some outlet or skeletal structure of a comedy act. We wrote painstakingly constructed plays that could, should, and have been done by others. The fact that one well-known artist and aspiring playwright referred to us as an “act” was especially galling. This was the same person whose sidekick’s claim to fame was performing a monologue while doing a headstand. Now that was an act—an act a little farther down the bill than the monkey with a bow and arrow but an act nonetheless.

It was not easy to convince the producers that the show could even be done with more than two actors. The image of a comedy team is hard to erase, but they stood by me and the same three actors will be performing here tonight, and I adore them and what they bring to our play. Something else to consider with these plays is that although they were originally intended as cutting-edge satire of a political fringe, they now read more like the Congressional Record. I never really imagined that there were people to the right of the average "Tunaite." That misconception has been sadly dispelled by the behavior and rhetoric of current members of the Texas Ledge, hailing from such diverse locales as Deer Park, Katy, and New Braunfels. Sometimes it’s hell being a prophet. Another interesting point regarding the Tuna plays is that they were penned in a time when political correctness had not managed to show its surly head, and if anyone in the audience is of a tendency to seek out things of which to be offended, you might want to stock up on baby aspirin. If there is anyone we don’t potentially offend in these plays, it’s not from a lack of trying.

When a group of well-regarded producers expressed the desire to remount the Tuna plays in the markets which we had played for so many years, Joe and I were adamant that we should have a hands-on relationship with the productions, and, although I had tired of doing the plays to the point of suffering a slight tremor at the mere mention of the titles, the joy of directing the tour of Greater Tuna last spring was just that, a joy.

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The Artistic Team

Jaston Williams*

Michael Krauss

Linda Fisher**

Serret Jensen

Rachel Atkinson

Ken Huncovsky

Steve Baglio

Alana Anthony

Natalie Kratochvil

UNITED SCENIC ARTISTS LOCAL 829

A national theatrical labor union and professional association of Designers, Artists and Craftspeople.

*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States. ** Member of IATSE 829. ***Stage Directors and Choreographers Society

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About the Artistic Team JASTON WILLIAMS (Director, Co-Author) is thrilled to be back at ZACH. Jaston is known nationally as the co-author, co-star, and producer of the four award-winning plays in the Greater Tuna cycle. His performances have played on and off Broadway at the Kennedy Center, the Edinburgh International Arts Festival, the Spoleto Festival U.S.A. and all over America. Jaston received the L.A. Dramalogue Award for both Greater Tuna and A Tuna Christmas. A Tuna Christmas was published in "Best Plays of 1995." For several years, he toured in Larry Shue's The Foreigner. He performed in The Fantasticks and directed the musical Bad Girls Upset By The Truth. Jaston received the Texas Governor’s Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Arts by a Native Texan and has performed at the White House on three occasions. He has appeared at Austin’s State Theatre in Eugène Ionesco's The Chairs and at ZACH in Jay Preston Allen's Tru, for which he received the Austin Critics Table Award for Best Actor in a drama. He has also appeared at ZACH in The Laramie Project and Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike. Jaston’s autobiographical play, I'm Not Lying, was the first of his five solo shows, all receiving critical acclaim in performances across the country. The others are Cowboy Noises; Camping With Gasoline; Blame it on Valentine, Texas; and his latest Maid Marian in a Stolen Car. Jaston is the recipient of the 2013 Texas Medal of the Arts and has been inducted into the West Texas Walk of Fame.

LINDA FISHER (Costume Designer) created the original costumes for the Greater Tuna at Hartford Stage Company, then Off-Broadway 1982, and later for the Embassy Communications/Norman Lear Television special which aired on HBO.  Her Broadway productions include A Tuna Christmas, Painting Churches, Bus Stop, Foxfire, and Morning's at Seven for which she later designed tours and the film version for CBS Cable. Ms. Fisher received a B.F.A. in costume design from the University of Texas and her M.F.A. from Yale School of Drama. She is a 1961 recipient of Zachery T. Scott scholarship. Union affiliations: United Scenic Artists Local 829 and Costume Designers Guild Local 892 SERRET JENSEN (Hair and Makeup Designer) – ZACH: Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill; The Great Society; Priscilla, Queen of the Desert; Mary Poppins; One Man, Two Guvnors; Mothers and Sons; Peter and the Starcatcher; A Christmas Carol; The King and I; The Who’s Tommy; The Gospel at Colonus; In the Next Room, or the vibrator play; A Christmas Story; Les Misérables; Mad Beat Hip & Gone; 33 Variations; Spring Awakening; Love, Janis. Originally from Houston, she has been the resident designer for The Alley Theatre, Divergence Vocal Theatre, body suspension group C.o.R.E., and other performance art groups and children’s theatres. She has worked on productions with Houston Grand Opera, Austin Lyric Opera, Houston Ballet, Theater Under the Stars, and the Society of Performing Arts, and several national tours.

MICHAEL KRAUSS (Scenic Designer) is a recent graduate with his M.F.A. in Scenic Design from the University of Texas where his credits include: The Pillowman, Fame! The Musical, Refugia (in collaboration with The Moving Company), Enter a Woman, Pretty Enough, and Three Decembers/At The Statue of Venus (UT Butler Opera Theatre). Since graduation, he has continued to work in the community through Butler Opera Theatre (Suor Angelica/Gianni Schicchi) and the ZACH Theatre as a scenic designer for Charlotte's Web, JJ's Arcade (ZACH/Teatro Vivo), and designing the regional tour of Greater Tuna (directed by playwright Jaston Williams). He recently worked in the Art Department as a Production Assistant on National Geographic's The Long Road Home. He is currently working on Seven (Concordia), Musical Thrones (Tour), and Leonard Bernstein's Mass (The Long Center).

RACHEL ATKINSON (Lighting Designer) is happy to be returning for her fifth year of designing lighting at ZACH where recent credits include Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill; The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe; and Buyer & Cellar. As a lighting designer based in Austin, Rachel has designed recent productions for Mary Moody Northen Theatre, paper chairs, Alanté Flamenco, Trouble Puppet, Glass Half Full Theatre Company, Penfold Theatre Company, Jarrott Productions, The Long Center for Performing Arts, Theatre En Bloc, GALE Theatre Company, Mouth Radio, and GenEnCo. Nationally, she has designed productions for New York Live Arts, Colorado Shakespeare Festival, Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company, and Seattle Children’s Theatre. She has her M.F.A. in Lighting from the University of Texas at Austin. 43


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About the Artistic Team KEN HUNCOVSKY (Sound Designer) The National Tours of ANN – The Ann Richards Play (and Broadway), Tuna Does Vegas, A Tuna Christmas (Broadway), Red, White, and Tuna, and The Foreigner. REGIONAL: The Greater Austin High School Musical Theatre Awards, Clear to Parly Crazy, A Wolverine Walks into a Bar, Blame it on Valentine, Tru, Camping with Gasoline, Cowboy Noises, Windblown, Hillbilly Heaven, Small Town Girl, Trail of Tears, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, The Cow Patty's, The Fantasticks, Peter Pan, The Wizard of Oz, The Charis, and American Fiesta. Ken is a Production Supervisor

Manager at the Walmart Amphitheater. He thanks the love of his life, Melissa Baglio for her support and encouragement. ALANA ANTHONY (Costume Design Assistant) – ZACH: jj's Arcade (Design),   Three Little Pigs (Design), Ceincienta (Design), Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (Assistant), The Great Society (Assistant). OTHER: Sweeney Todd (Design, Seagle Music Colony), Doubt (Design, SDSU- winner of Best Overall Collegiate Production),  and Parade (Assistant, Cygnet Theatre San Diego). Alana is looking forward to future productions including the Holiday Heroes and the PPC Showcase in the spring and is excited to be an ongoing member of the ZACH family.

at The Long Center for the Performing Arts and is pleased to work again with ZACH.

STEVE BAGLIO (Properties Designer) – ZACH: Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill; The Great Society; Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. Steve began as a properties assistant with Feld Entertainment's Disney on Ice and has enjoyed employment on union and non-union crews across the globe with International Broadway and arena tours including Dragone Entertainment Group, The House of Dancing Water in Macau, China, and Big League Productions’ My Fair Lady. Steve also worked as a Technical Assistant for The Theatre School at DePaul University and as the Assistant Production

NATALIE KRATOCHVIL (Stage Manager) – ZACH: A Tuna Christmas. Natalie has directed

extensively in New Orleans, Denver, and New York. She is thrilled to be making her stage management debut in Austin at ZACH. Recent assistant directing credits include: The Wild Hunt (NYSAF, Bill Pullman, co-director.) Danny and the Deep Blue Sea (Visionbox Studio, Jennifer McCray Rincon, director.) Fade (DCPA, Jerry Ruiz director.) B.A.: Loyola University New Orleans.

A Tuna Christmas Production Crew Costumes

Stitchers ..................................................................................................................................Jennifer Ball, Elizabeth Ensminger Draper....................................................................................................................................... Wayne Fowks, Elizabeth Chlystek Head Dresser......................................................................................................................................................Desiree Humphries Wardrobe Crew ............................................................................................................................Joshua Brown, Tommie Bailey

Scenic

Scenic Carpenters ............................................................................... Corey Green, Iasha Doumanoff, Chris Dominguez Scenic Artist ...................................................................................................................................................................Roger Mason

Properties

Properties Carpenter ...............................................................................................................................................Marshall Tosko Properties Overhire .................................................................................................................... Kelsey Kilcrease, Ryan Pawlak

Audio

Lead Audio Engineer ................................................................................................................................................ Kellie Baldwin Audio Engineer .......................................................................................................................................................... Corinne Meers

Lighting and Video

Master Electrician........................................................................................................................................................ Austin Brown Assistant Master Electrician .......................................................................................................................................Alison Lewis Lighting Overhire ...........................................................Jen Crump, Paige Breese, Michael Davis, Jacqueline Sindelar

Stage Operations

Stage Crew Chief ...........................................................................................................................................................Taylor Novak Stage Operations Assistant .............................................................................................................................. Phoebe Mattoon

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2017-18 Season Sponsors Season Underwriter

Season and Presenting Sponsors

Official Healthcare Sponsor of ZACH Theatre

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Leading and Supporting Production and Community Education Sponsors

Robert C. Harrington Foundation Fund

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A Project of The Junior League of Austin

In Kind Support

Government Funding

Media Sponsors

This project is supported in part by The Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department.

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Connecting the dots from the past to the present. Celebrating 85 years of art on stage. We invite you to be our guest for ZACH's 85th anniversary season. Full of beloved, magical musicals, and uproarious vibrant plays, the 2017-18 season will move you with entertaining and engaging experiences you have come to love and expect from ZACH. Cecil Washington Jr. Photo: KirkTuck.com

2017-18 Mainstage Season

Festive Extra

NOVEMBER 22 - DECEMBER 31, 2017

THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2017

Kleberg Theatre

Topfer Theatre

Written by Jaston Williams, Joe Sears, and Ed Howard Directed by Jaston Williams

By Charles Dickens Conceived and adapted by Dave Steakley Directed by Bryan Bradford Musical Direction by Allen Robertson Choreographed by Christa Oliver-Torres Starring Harvey Guion as Scrooge

It's Yuletide season in itty bitty Tuna, Texas, where the Lion’s Club is too liberal and Patsy Cline never dies. Three actors play all 25 colorful citizens, including OKKK Radio hosts Thurston Wheelis and Arles Struvie who report on the Christmas festivities. This satirical ode to the season is spiked with enough sass to make for one Texas-sized jolly holiday!

Austin’s most rockin’ holiday tradition returns with new music to get the party started! ZACH’s inspired adaptation of the Dickens’ classic is a musical sleigh ride through rhythm and time. Join the loving Cratchit family and three soulful ghosts as they take Ebenezer Scrooge on a joyride to miraculous transformation, as he rediscovers his heart and love for human kindness.

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JANUARY 31 - MARCH 4, 2018

JUNE 20 - JULY 22, 2018

Topfer Theatre

Kleberg Theatre

Based on the novel by Mark Haddon Adapted by Simon Stephens Directed by Dave Steakley

Written by Simon Stephens Directed by Nat Miller Starring Harvey Guion

Fifteen-year-old Christopher has an extraordinary brain; he is exceptionally intelligent but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. When he falls under suspicion for killing the neighbor’s dog, he is determined to identify the true culprit, which leads him on a thrilling journey that will change his life forever. Immerse yourself in Christopher’s world it’s a theatrical event for the entire family!

Amidst the crowds of a London train station, Georgie, a delightfully quirky woman, spots Alex, a much older man, and plants a kiss on his neck. This electric encounter thrusts these two strangers into a fascinating game of love. The intimate staging of Heisenberg underscores the uncertain and oftencomical sparring match that is our need to truly connect.

MAY 30 - JUNE 24, 2018

JULY 11 - SEPTEMBER 2, 2018

Topfer Theatre

Topfer Theatre

Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim Book by James Lapine Directed by Dave Steakley Music Direction by Allen Robertson Starring Jill Blackwood and Cecil Washington Jr.

Music by Alan Menken Lyrics by Howard Ashman and Tim Rice Book by Linda Wolverton Originally Directed by Robert Jess Roth Originally Produced by Disney Theatrical Productions Directed by Abe Reybold Music Direction by Allen Robertson

Stephen Sondheim’s Pulitzer Prize-winning musical masterpiece is a living painting by artist Georges Seurat, and centers on the artist as he discovers unimaginable possibilities while creating an enduring work of art. The live, onstage orchestra brings the radiant score about the art of making art – and love – soaring to brilliant life with "tension, composition, balance, light, and harmony.”

Be Our Guest! This “tale as old as time” follows Belle, a book-smart young woman and the Beast, a formerly dashing young prince cursed by an enchantress. The Broadway smash hit showcases a merry, awardwinning score with such favorites as “Beauty and the Beast,”“Gaston,” and “Be Our Guest.” This delightful family musical enchants and transforms hearts of all generations.

*All dates, titles and artists are subject to change without notice.

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2017-18 Moody Families Theatre Series

THROUGH FEBRUARY 10, 2018

JANUARY 19 - FEBRUARY 25, 2018

Whisenhunt Stage

Mexican American Cultural Center

Based on the Story by C.S. Lewis Adapted by le Clanche du Rand Directed by Nat Miller

Written and Directed by Caroline Reck

Enoughie is different from the other kids at school. One day, Enoughie takes an incredible to journey to figure out who he is and how he does belong. This bilingual puppet production will be presented in collaboration with ZACH Theatre, Teatro Vivo, Glass Half Full Theatre, and The Kindness Campaign.

Journey through the Wardrobe to Narnia for an imaginative adventure to help Aslan defeat the White Queen! With just two actors and a lot of theatre magic, this classic tale comes to life in a way never before experienced.

DECEMBER 2 AND 9, 2017

MARCH 2 - MAY 27, 2018

Topfer Stage

Kleberg Stage

Written by Allen Robertson, Shaun Branigan, and Jerome Schoolar Directed by Allen Robertson

Adapted from the book by Margaret Wise Brown and Clement Hurd Book, music, and lyrics by Chad Henry Directed and Choreographed by Abe Reybold

Welcome to a whole NEW adaptation of Holiday Heroes. It’s the holiday season and the characters named RED and GREEN work in a factory sharply divided between a red side and a green side. Through music, mime and mischief, they all learn the value of giving, empathy, and to see the world from the other point of view.

Step into the Great Green Room as one of the most iconic children’s books of all time is brought to life in a lively musical.

*All dates, titles and artists are subject to change without notice.

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ZACH Theatre's 2017-18 Season Sponsor Season ZACH Theatre’s 2017-18

O cial Healthcare Sponsor

BAYLOR SCOTT & WHITE HEALTH COMMITTED TO IMPROVING HEALTH CARE IN TEXAS AND ACROSS THE NATION

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ZACH

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ZACH Leadership

Photo: Kirk Tuck.com

DAVE STEAKLEY (Producing Artistic Director) is now in his 27th season, and is dedicated to creating a theatre of, by and for Austin – a place where our entire community gathers to share an intimate and extraordinary theatre experience. Led by Dave’s vision, the creation of the Topfer Theatre came to fruition, opening in October 2012 with the acclaimed musical Ragtime. Anna Deavere Smith says, “Dave is the future. The YES in his theater’s walls is as palpable as the walls themselves. That YES, I believe, will lead to something brand new, to connect with a broader, more global audience.” With Dave as artistic leader, ZACH has produced multiple World Premieres by Anna Deavere Smith, Steven Dietz, Jaston Williams, Everett Quinton, John Walch, Allen Robertson and The Flaming Idiots. ZACH served as the Central Texas hub of the nationwide 365 Plays/365 Days Festival by Suzan-Lori Parks. Dave created the first bilingual adaptation of Webber and Rice’s musical Jesucristo Superstar, and set The Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess in Katrinaravaged New Orleans with a jazz/R&B reinvention, which received national acclaim from The New York Times and about which Todd Gershwin says, “It was Dave’s creative production of Porgy and Bess that really opened my eyes to the need to finally allow a creative team to interpret the opera in a fresh manner, which led to the recent Broadway production.” Dave has directed many ZACH productions, and some favorite experiences include: Million Dollar Quartet, The Great Society, Mary Poppins, Tribes, Mothers and Sons, All the Way, A Christmas Carol: A Rockin’ New Musical, The Who’s Tommy; The Gospel at Colonus; Harvey; 33 Variations; Ragtime; Next to Normal; Hairspray; August: Osage County; RENT; Metamorphoses; Our Town; Caroline, or Change; The Clean House; Take Me Out; I Am My Own Wife; Urinetown; Crowns; Omnium-Gatherum; Hedwig; Jelly’s Last Jam; The America Play; Dreamgirls; Angels in America and the first professional repertory production of The Laramie Project, and The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later. His regional directing credits include Actors Theatre of Louisville, Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, New Stage Theatre, American Heartland Theatre, WaterTower Theatre, and Pittsburgh’s City Theatre. He is the playwright of ZACH’s A Christmas Carol, Rockin’ Christmas Party, and Keepin’ It Weird, featured on CBS Sunday Morning, NPR, The Wall Street Journal, and American Theatre. Dave serves as a panelist for the National Endowment for the Arts, the Texas Commission on the Arts, and the National Alliance for Musical Theatre. City of Austin Mayors Kirk Watson and Lee Leffingwell declared, respectively, May 18, 2001 and October 22, 2011 as “Dave Steakley Day” on the occasion of his 10th and 20th ZACH Anniversaries. He is the recipient of the 2015 First Tee of Greater Austin Courtesy Award, the 2013 Human Rights Campaign Austin Visibility Award, 2010 Kick Ass Award, 2005 Austin Circle of Theaters’ “Outstanding Contribution to Austin Theatre” Award, seven Austin Chronicle “Best of Austin Best Stage Director” awards, the 2000 Austin Under 40 Outstanding Arts and Entertainment Award, and multiple Austin Critics’ Table and B. Iden Payne Awards for “Outstanding Director/Choreographer.” In 2009, he was crowned Austin Dancing with the Stars Champion, and he has a cameo in Richard Linklater’s 2012 film Bernie with Jack Black. 52


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ZACH Leadership

Photo: KirkTuck.com

ELISBETH CHALLENER (Managing Director) is celebrating her 10th year at ZACH Theatre as Managing Director, with responsibility for strategic planning, management, finances, marketing, and fundraising for the organization. Under Elisbeth’s leadership, ZACH successfully designed, built, and opened the new Topfer Theatre, which has won significant awards and widespread acclaim completing the largest capital campaign in ZACH’s history. In August 2014, ZACH celebrated the successful conclusion of the $23.5M campaign. Other accomplishments during her ten years at ZACH include the creation of a new multi-year strategic plan that is moving the organization into the next phase of its significant expansion, increasing revenue from single ticket sales by 157 percent and grown revenue from season ticket sales by 139 percent. At a time when many arts organizations in Austin and around the nation have been struggling, ZACH has grown its operating budget from $3 million to more than $9 million dollars and has operated “in the black” throughout Elisbeth’s tenure! Elisbeth has led her team in developing innovative new offerings on ZACH’s expanded campus including full-service bars and nightly pre-show entertainment; an exclusive skyline lounge in the Topfer Theatre for donors; and making the theatre available as a red-carpet venue for SXSW, The Daily Show, as well as other major community events. Several years ago, ZACH proudly launched The Dave Steakley Dream Fund designed to enhance the artistic vision of ZACH’s Producing Artistic Director and to maintain production quality and the facility needs of ZACH’s Topfer Theatre and campus. Before moving to Austin, Elisbeth was Executive Director of Montalvo Arts Center in the San Francisco Bay Area. She led Montalvo’s growth from a small, communitybased organization into a major presenting venue and home to an internationally acclaimed Artists’ Residency Program. During nearly two decades at Montalvo, her other accomplishments included increasing ticket sales from less than $500,000 to more than $4 million, expanding the patron base from 6,000 to 80,000 and raising more than $20 million for capital projects. Earlier in her career, Elisbeth served as Administrative Director for the San Francisco Boys Chorus, Education/Outreach Director of the Fairmount Theatre of the Deaf and as department chair and faculty member of the performing arts department of The Purnell School in New Jersey. Elisbeth graduated from the Boston Conservatory of Music with a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts in Drama and Musical Theatre. She attended the Harvard Business School Executive Education Program, The Center for Excellence in Nonprofit Management Leaders Institute in San Jose, California and served in leadership roles for the American Leadership Forum Silicon Valley, Saratoga Rotary Club, and the Arts Council of Silicon Valley. She has been honored by San Jose Magazine, the Austin Business Journal, and the State of California for her work in the arts. Elisbeth currently serves on the Board of Directors and is President Elect of the National Alliance of Musical Theatre in New York, and has served on NAMT’s Festival of New Musicals Committee and Executive Committee. She has been a panelist for The Houston Arts Alliance, City of Austin, National Alliance of Musical Theatre,  National Fund for New Musicals, and Theatre Communications Group. Elisbeth has always had a passion for the theatre and performed for many years in summer stock, dinner theatre, and semi-professional productions on the East Coast and in California. 53


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Masthead ZACH Staff Artistic and Production Staff

Producing Artistic Director................................................................................................................... Dave Steakley Associate Artistic Director .......................................................................................................................Abe Reybold Director of Production ..................................................................................................................................... Paul Flint Assistant Production Manager ..........................................................................................................Lesley Fairman Production Coordinator ..................................................................................................................... T. Scott Wooten Company Manager and Casting Assistant ...................................................................................... Austin Collins Assistant Technical Director ........................................................................................................................Luke Wenz Scene Shop Foreman..................................................................................................................................Tom Lucenti Scenic Carpenters ................................................................ Corey Green, Chris Dominguez, Iasha Domanoff Lighting and Stage Operations Supervisor ................................................................................... Melissa Baglio Master Electrician.......................................................................................................................................Austin Brown Stage Crew Chief .........................................................................................................................................Taylor Novak Audio Supervisor ...........................................................................................................................................Craig Brock Lead Audio Engineer ...............................................................................................................................Pete Martinez Audio Engineer .............................................................................................................................................Alex Cottam Properties Master .........................................................................................................................................Steve Baglio Properties Artisan ................................................................................................................................... Marshall Tosko Scenic Charge ................................................................................................................................................ J. Aaron Bell Scenic Artist .................................................................................................................................................Roger Mason Costume Shop Manager .............................................................................................................................. Blair Hurry Assistant Costume Shop Manager ....................................................................................... Elizabeth Ensminger Wardrobe Supervisor.............................................................................................................Christina Montgomery Lead Dresser and Wig Assistant.....................................................................................................................Sally Hall Draper............................................................................................................................................................ Wayne Fowks

General Management

Managing Director .......................................................................................................................... Elisbeth Challener Assistant Managing Director ............................................................................................................... Renelle Bedell Director of Finance .....................................................................................................................................Linda Wilson Accounting and Budget Specialist ..........................................................................................Lakeisha Van Buren Accounting and Budget Specialist .............................................................................................................Jeff Taylor Information Systems and Tessitura Manager ..........................................................................Allen Greathouse Director of Human Resources ........................................................................................................................ Jen Nieri Human Resources Project Coordinator .......................................................................................... Melissa Hoang

Development Staff

Chief Development Officer .................................................................................................................. Charlie Frasier Development Events and Projects Manager ............................................................................Cathleen Berdan Individual Giving Manager.............................................................................................................. Brittney Woolley Individual Giving Coordinator ................................................................................................................. Ryan Griffin Development Associate ..........................................................................................................................Liana Putrino Grant Writer ....................................................................................................................................................... Amy Nunn Development Intern ............................................................................................................................... Sonora Ruelas

Education Staff

Director of Education ...................................................................................................................................... Nat Miller Associate Director of Education .................................................................................................................Chad Dike Pre-Professional Manager.............................................................................................. Jennifer Young Mahlstedt College Bound Conservatory and Outreach Manager ........................................................Kate Shaw-Nappi Education Assistant ................................................................................................................................... Shannon Fox ZACH North Performing Arts School Manager .........................................................................Hannah Enright

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ZACH Staff Marketing and Sales Staff

Director of Marketing and Communications ...................................................................................Drew Nebrig Senior Ticketing Services Manager ........................................................................................................ Greg Garcia Senior Marketing Manager .....................................................................................................................Rick Sanchez Art Director....................................................................................................................................................... Rona Ebert Public Relations .........................Amy Simpson Layton, Nicole Shiro, Todd Hogan – Motley Crew Media Digital Media and Marketing Communications Specialist............................................ Michael Ferstenfeld Assistant Box Office Manager ......................................................................................................................Ali Jaynes Lead Box Office Associate ..............................................................................................................................Kim Stacy Group Sales Associate ...............................................................................................................................Alyson Mintz Box Office Associates...................................................................................................Tony Douglas, Daniel Lonzo Priority Seating Manager .............................................................................................................. Bette O’Callaghan Priority Seating Representatives ........................................... Alyson Mintz, Josie Pardo, Leigh Anne Smith

Patron Services and Facilites Staff

Director of Facility Operations and Patron Services ............................................................... Amanda Adams Patron Services Manager ............................................................................................................................Kyle Sigrest Lead Events Manager .......................................................................................................................Keri-Dawn Solner Bar Manager.....................................................................................................................................................Chris Smith Assistant Bar Manager ..................................................................................................................... Carolina Norman House Managers ....................................... Sarah Andrews, Dee Castillo, Jennifer Dunham, Kathy Garrett, Terri Housworth, Ernestina Martinez, Janie Paez, West Swihart Bartenders ................................................................ Will Phillips, Ben Grimm, Nate Bortmas, Jessica Hovind, Iggy Mwela, James Taylor Facility Manager ............................................................................................................................................ Jay Holland Facilities Assistant .............................................................................................................................................Juan Solis Facility Maintenance Lead ....................................................................................................................... Leon Presley Facilities Crew ................................................................................................................................................Justin Taylor

Z-LOUNGE Live, pre-show entertainment ❘ Drink specials The Topfer lobby bar offers a range of beverages, sweets, and gourmet hors d’oeuvres. The bar is open 90 minutes before, and one hour after showtime.

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ZACH Theatre Board of Trustees Executive Committee

Trustees

Brian McCall, President Texas State University System

Sergio Alcocer, Rest of the World Teresa Bayer, The University of Texas, McCombs Board Fellow Larry Connelly, Trustee Eric Copper, Austin Portfolio Real Estate Aaron Day, Texas Land Title Association, Revolution Spirits Distilling Company Amanda Ellis, Carls, McDonald &Dalrymple, LLP Jay Fox, Baylor Scott & White Health Donn Gauger, Falcon Insurance Agency Inc. Rebecca Glenn Gindele, Reilly Realtors Caley Goldblatt, The University of Texas, McCombs Board Fellow Gary Goldstein MD, Helpen Consulting LLC Maria Groten, LOVE Cycling Studio Wendy Harvey, The Arbor Michael Heidler, Vinson & Elkins LLP Marisela Herrera, Trustee Nestor Ho, Silicon Labs Kathy Hutto, Jackson Walker L.L.P Carmen Luevanos, Texas Gas Service Bruce McCann, The University of Texas Carla McDonald, Trustee Jon McElhaney, Wells Fargo Advisors Bettye Nowlin, Trustee Jan Davis Pickle, UBS Financial Services Jim Pitts, Texas State House of Representatives, District 10 Annette Renaud, Trustee Mari Ruckel, Texas Oil and Gas Association Joy H. Selak, PhD, Rodman & Associates Carolyn Seriff, Trustee Robert A. Stoltz, Trustee Leslie Sweet, H-E-B Mary Herr Tally, Trustee Bobbi Topfer, Trustee Dale Sudakoff Volpe, Trustee Leslie Ward, AT&T Brad Wiewel, Texas Trust Law Stacey Zoll, Charles Schwab

Mindy Ellmer, Immediate Past President Legislative Consulting Adam Schramek, Vice President Norton Rose Fulbright Carl Stuart, Treasurer Carl Stuart Investment Advisor Inc. Tom Terkel, Secretary FourT Realty A. Robert Fischer, General Counsel Jackson Lewis P.C. Will Coombes, Development Committee Chair Visa, Inc. Laura Merritt, Membership Committee Chair Boulette Golden & Marin L.L.P. Eric Natinsky, Education Committee Chair Quick Technologies, Inc. Kevin D. Witcher, Community Engagement Committee Chair The Chubb Corporation Cindy Greenwood, At Large Greenwood Residential Dan Jackson, At Large Trustee Harriet O'Neill, At-Large Law Offices of Harriet O' Neill Sam Slate, At-Large Dell Nelda A. TreviĂąo, At Large Trustee Dave Steakley, Producing Artistic Director ZACH Theatre Elisbeth Challener, Managing Director ZACH Theatre Distinguished Fellows Alice Kleberg Reynolds Melvin Pape Ex-Officio Mayor Steve Adler Elaine Hart Kimberly McNeeley

Honorary Life Members Marla Bommarito-Crouch Alvin J. Golden Kenneth O. Johnson Susan Longley Philip K. Maxwell Sue Maxwell

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Business and Community Partners ZACH Theatre would like to extend our sincere thanks to the Business and Community Partners who support our productions, education and community outreach programs and operations through cash and in-kind contributions. Sponsorship of ZACH Theatre provides an opportunity to align your business with one of our city’s most innovative arts organizations. As a business and community partner, you will not only receive first-class entertainment for your clients and employees, but also enhance your brand and reach new customers, gaining valuable recognition among audiences who are eager to support our sponsors.

$100,000+ City of Austin Cultural Arts Division The Moody Foundation $50,000-$99,999 H-E-B Tournament of Champions Holiday Inn Austin - Town Lake $25,000-$49,999 AT&T Baylor Scott & White Health Dell Epiphone Gibson Brands Heritage Title Company KMFA National Endowment for the Arts Schlotzsky’s The Shubert Foundation $15,000-$24,999 A& F Drum Co. Alice Kleberg Reynolds Foundation Applied Materials Foundation Austin Community Foundation Dollar General Literacy Foundation Marquee Event Group Robert C. Harrington Foundation Fund Silicon Labs Texas Commission on the Arts VISA Whole Foods Market

$10,000-$14,999 The Brown Lupton Foundation Dagar’s Catering/DNA Events David Kurio Designs Gusto Italian Kitchen + Wine Bar Kirk Tuck Photography Kurant Events Lola Wright Foundation Pink Avocado Catering Rackspace Samsung USA Compression Partners, LLC The Vanilla Orchid Wells Fargo Advisors $5,000-$9,999 3M Almar Furs Austin Portfolio Real Estate BBVA Compass Bank The Burdine Johnson Foundation Castle Hill Fitness Chubb Insurance Eric Copper, Austin Portfolio Real Estate Frost Bank IGT John R. Rogers Photography The Junior League of Austin Norton Rose Fulbright OnRamp Access Shield-Ayres Foundation The Steam Team Texas Coffee Traders Topfer Family Foundation Vinson & Elkins, LLP Werd Productions

$2,500-$4,999 Clean Scapes Demand Lighting Do512 Family The Michael Alice Kuhn Foundation Southwest Airlines The Society Diaries The Tecumseh Foundation Texas Gas Service Toasties Sub Shop $1,000-$2,499 Charles Quinn Photography The Pacey Family Foundation Treaty Oaks Distillery $1-$999 Barton Springs Saloon House Wine Mary Louise Butters Brownies Rick's Cleaners Rosco Labs

Special thanks to the following organizations who match the gifts of their employees: Ameriprise • Apple • Applied Materials • AT&T • Bank of America • Charles Schwab • Chevron Dell • ExxonMobil General Electric • Google • Home Depot • Hospira • Humana • IBM Michael and Susan Dell Foundation • Microsoft • National Instruments The Pew Charitable Trusts • Silicon Labs • Topfer Family Foundation • Visa This list reflects contributions made from August 1, 2016 through September 1, 2017, from businesses, foundations and public agencies to support ZACH’s annual activities. Thank you again for your generous support. For more information on how your business or organization can get involved at ZACH, please contact Kimberly Theodore Sidey, Associate Director of Development, at 512- 476-0594 x232 or ksidey@zachtheatre.org.

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Individual Contributors ZACH Theatre thanks the following individuals and family foundations for their generous gifts to support the work on our stages and in the community. This list reflects individual contributions to our Annual Fund from October 1, 2016 to October 1, 2017. To join our family of supporters, please contact Brittney Woolley at 512-476-0594 x270, or email bwoolley@zachtheatre.org. The Great Scotts are an exclusive group of individuals and couples who substantially support ZACH Theatre with annual operating gifts of $1,500 or more. The enhanced financial commitment made by the Great Scotts enables ZACH to bring important culture opportunities to the youth and adults of Central Texas, and in turn through year round social events and behind-the-scenes activities, the Great Scotts have a tremendous amount of fun! We deeply appreciate and thank our current Great Scotts.

Executive Producer’s Plus Circle ($15,000+) Anonymous* James Armstrong and Larry Connelly Maxx Judd and Donn Gauger Brian McCall Pamela and Scott Reichardt Carolyn and Marc Seriff* Carl and Claire Stuart Executive Producer’s Circle ($10,000+) Carolyn Bartlett and Jesus Fraire Bill Dickson* Mindy Ellmer and Charlie Geren Eric and Maria Groten Kathleen and Harvey Guion Bettye and Bill Nowlin Tom and Colleen Terkel Producer’s Circle ($7,500+) Dr. Gary and Karen Goldstein Anna, Cindy, and John Greenwood Michael and Sarah Heidler Dan Jackson III and M. Jeremy Guiberteau Jack and Carla McDonald Jerome Murray Michelle and Eric Natinsky* Mary Herr Tally and Rusty Tally Director’s Circle ($6,000+) ABE Charitable Foundation* Sergio Alcocer Thomas D. Barrett Jan and Louis Bock* Jeff and Marcy Carpenter* Will Coombes and Brian Luna Ken and Candice Corby Bill Dickey A. Robert Fischer and Kim Corcoran Kathy Hutto and Allen Beinke Mike and Suzanne Kennedy John and Marcy Melanson Laura Merritt and J.P. Kloninger* Deborah O’Connell and William Stassen Harriet O'Neill and Kerry Cammack Jan and Gary Pickle The Honorable James R. Pitts William Pratt* Annette Renaud Berny and Sarah Schiff Chari and Adam Schramek

Sam Slate and Shelagh Schiro Robert Stoltz and Eve Michaels Leslie and Reid Sweet Mort and Bobbi Topfer† Nelda Trevino* Dale Volpe Leslie and Don Ward Kevin Witcher and Rick O’Donnell Designer’s Circle ($3,000+) Anonymous* Dr. Brandi Andrade and Mr. Jimmy Fortuna Michelle Bourianoff and Juan Zalles Gail Commagere Kristen and Aaron Day Lori Dennis and Karen Verser Kathleen Dorran Kim Eckert and Gil Cantu Amanda Ellis Jacque and Jay Forrest Joshua and Rebecca Gindele† Richard Hartgrove and Gary Cooper Justin and Wendy Harvey Brian Hencey and Chuck Ross Marisela and Freddie Herrera Kelli and Eric Hodges Jeanne and Van Hoisington Nester Ho and Heather Bland-Ho Dr. and Mrs. Lacy H. Hunt Johanne Ibsen-Wolford and Steve Wolford Diane Ireson and Rowland Cook Joan and Jeffrey S. Lava Carmen Luevanos Phil and Sue Maxwell Bruce McCann Linda McDonough Jon and Heather McElhaney Christine and Louis Messina Kimberly and Tatum Moore Gail and Tommy Morgan Cliff and Linda Mountain Robert Nutt III Candace and Michael Partridge Hiten and Melissa Patel Robin and Jeff Picard Jim Raup Tom and Glenda Rhyne Jim and Trish Roberts-Miller Mari and Grant Ruckel Joy and Dan Selak Charlotte A. Smith Laura and Mike Snavely Sadi Sparks

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Shannon, Shane, Kaitlin, and Gracee Street Christopher and Sherrie Thomas* Jessica and Greg Weaver* Jim and Terry Whorton Brad and Cindy Wiewel Stacey and Mitch Zoll Stage Manager’s Circle ($1,500+) Anonymous* (2) Linda Aaker Abigail and Jeffrey Julia Carol and Chris Adams Cheryl Allen and Carol Polumbo John and Diana Argersinger Richard and Cindy Atkin Brent, Amee, and Luke Baker* Jamie Barshop Becky Beaver and John Duncan Dr. Charles Bell Phillip L. Berry and Susan Landers Jill and Tim Blackwood John C. Blazier and Fleur A. Christensen* Julianna and Malcolm Borgendale Boyd Family Bill and Julianne Brackin Russell Bridges and Ralph Salinas Lynda and Tim Brown Dan Bullock and Annette Carlozzi Joann Burch Christina Carson* Ruth Casarez Elisbeth Challener and Brett Bachman Faye Chandler Ciera, The Gregory Group Cynthia Smith Clark Donna Clay Robert Cratchit Mary Lockwood Crouch John Crow and Marcus Loy JoAnn Dalrymple and Regan Ellmer Darrell and Brenda David Dr. Harvey and Gloria Evans In Memory of Mary Margaret Farabee Marilyn Gaddis, PhD Richard Ginsberg and Heather FryeGinsberg Brian Gleason and Shawn Chapman The Goodrum Family Iris Groten Cass Haecker Mel and Brian Hamburg-Maas Susan B. Hammer Don Hammill Nyla Harper


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Individual Contributors Catherine and George Hessler Robert and Frances Hieronymus Stephanie and Jody Hooten Shirley and Doug Hudson John and Kimberly Ireland* Dana and Dennis Jakubowicz Dirk and Betty Jameson William E. Jones, MD Scott Joslove Suzanne and Keith Kaminsky Alicia and Tom Kamm Karen and Don Kirmis Olgica and Steven Klindworth Pat Koen Hank and Nancy Kojzarek Ken and Diane Kramer Margaret Kress Doug and Debbie Lackey L’Aiglon Foundation Myra Leo and Billy Atkins Dr. Emma Linn Drs. Alaire and Tom Lowry Susan and Craig Lubin* Bob Luther and Clint Phillips William Lynn and Joanne Debyah Michael and Suzanne Maine Dr. Roseann Mandziuk Lee Manford and Casey Blass Julia Marsden Terry Matthews Tom Mays and Orlando Zayas Virginia McCarroll Trish and Lyn Mueller Jennifer, Glenn, Waylon, and Wyatt Muniz Coach Nakumbe Elizabeth and Reuel Nash Mike and Linda O’Krent Kathleen and Martin Otto Timothy and Bethany Pickering* Tracy Rawl Joe and Patty Rotunda Peter Schram Greg Sovey Meredith and Tyler Spears Beth and Jack Stockton Ryan Stryker Lonnie Karotkin-Taub and Albert Taub David Terk Wildlife Conservation Foundation Brenda Thompson Trisa Thompson and Jack Jacobi Vincent Thompson and David Thomas Tracy Townsend Jeffrey Trigger and Kathy Steele Mark and Ledi Trutna Keith Uhls and Dan Hutchison Patricia and William Uhls Lanny Vickery and Kim Greene Robert and Danielle Wills Ching and Man-Li Yew

Leading Role ($600+) Anonymous Laura Agnew and Hill Abell Reed Arnos Larry and Cheryl Audette Jade and Greg Ausley Donna Ayala Cindy and Pat Behling Deborah Beilman* Maryann and Paul Bell Suzanne Black, Pro Solar LLC Barbara Bobb Annie Boyd Dawn Brady and Tracy Waller Sue and Dewey Breland Britton and Britton Insurance Daniel H. Byrne, Esquire Marco and Michelle Camacho Kelli and John Carlton Deborah Carbin† Kathy Clark Kevin and Sue Cloud Shelton K. Coleman Charles and Dian Cox Elaine Crockett Mrs. Gayle Cullington Beverly Dale Leola Decker Carl and Laura Dobbs Claude and Susan Ducloux Eddie Erlandson and Kate Ludeman Haruyo and Richard Fisher David and Pam Frager David Franks Freeit Data Solutions Friedel Family Foundation by Lynne and Steve Gellman Dr. and Mrs. James E. Gilliam Fred and Betty Glosser Kevin and Jennifer Goetz Graham/Walker Family* Dr. Ellen M. Grimm and Dr. Michael J. Grady Martin Grygar and Travis Maese Dr. Juan Guerrero, MD Timothy W. Hald and Dorothy Hald James and Brandy Hammack Don and Mary Kay Hanson Michele Haram Frances Hart Carisa Herweck and Valerie Esparza Kenneth Heydrick and Larry Stephens Jim and Linda Holcombe William and Marilyn Ingram Coleman A. and Lola H. Jennings Andrew and Christina Johnson James Jones Ron and Stephanie Kincheloe Mr. H. Daviss King Jr. Judith Knotts* J.R. and Jill Kraft Rebecca and Jackson LeMond

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Carey Leva and Elizabeth Danon-Leva Clay and Katy Levit* Carol and Kent Luehman Law Office of Valerie Luessenhop Carolyn Mann and Jesse Gutierrez Pamela Mathison Kimberly and Alan McCollum Maria McDonald*† Paul McGill* Lynn E. McNeill and Torbin McEwen Gil and Christy McQuillan Lynn Meyer and Rick Clemens Anne and David Morley Laurie Newton and John Velasquez Jason O'Brien and Gwynlon Hample Terry and Patrick O’Daniel Connie and Samuel Pate Sue Patrick Lisa Paulson and Michael O'Toole Doug and Sally Pendergras Phillip and Randy Pensabene Jenny Preece Maria and Erik Pronske Drs. Jan Puckett and John Richardson Tom and Kit Randall Joe and Karen Rascati Patrick and Lily Reznik Karin Richmond Faith Roberts Roshay Rogers and Stuart Blackwell The Schanen Family Amy Shipherd Marcia and Barry Silverberg Stephen Skaggs and Jay Kleine DJ and Jennifer Skillman Delbert and Joan Smith Larry and Susan Smith Donna Snyder and Richard Donahue Don and Anna Sorensen John and Cynthia Theodore John Thompson Donald Tompkins Don Trapp Christian Trembley Karen Tuel and Doug Powell Retta Van Auken* Mark and Mary Venghaus Craig Wallace Sabrina and Jamie Wallace Jay Willems and Dennis Nauert Linda Wilson Jan and Lois Wood Stan and Hilary Young Cynthia and Bret Zieman

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ZACH Theatre’s 2017-18 Season O cial Healthcare Sponsor

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ZACH COSTUME BASH SPONSORS Costumes. Entertainment. Dancing. THANK Celebrating 85 yearsYOU! of art on stage. Event Committee

Rebecca Gindele Claire Hicks The Honorable James R. Pitts Judah Ross Sam Slate

10.28.17 Event Sponsors

Artist Sponsor Carolyn and Marc Seriff Bar Sponsor

Dessert Sponsor

The Honorable James R. Pitts

Mindy Ellmer and Greenwood Residential

DJ Sponsor

Program Sponsor

Proceeds benefit programming. Bettye and Bill Nowlin ZACH Theatre’s artistic James Armstrong and Larry Connelly VisitSponsor zachtheatre.org/zach85 Dinner Brian McCall

for information. Tent Sponsor Richard Hartgrove and Gary Cooper

Photography Sponsor Nelda Treviño and Marisela Herrera

In-Kind Sponsors

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Photo: Susan McWilliams

PUT ON A UNIQUE SHOW

Book one of ZACH’s 8 distinctly different spaces for: • • • •

Pre-show parties Holiday parties Corporate presentations Happy Hours

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Caterers: Austin Catering, Pink Avocado, Kurant Events, Dagar’s/DNA Events

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At Your Service Purchase Tickets

Online: zachtheatre.org Phone: 512-476-0541 x1 In person: 202 South Lamar, Austin, TX 78704 Monday-Saturday, Noon-7 p.m. during performances (Noon-5 p.m. all other times) Sundays, Noon-2:30 p.m. during performances

Group Sales Groups of 8 or more receive discounts and may place advance ticket orders based on availability. We can assist you in everything from planning your pre-show cocktail hour to arranging caterers for a post-show gathering in one of our beautiful spaces. For more information and to schedule groups, please contact Alyson Mintz, Group Sales Associate, at 512-476-0594 x245 or email groupsales@zachtheatre.org.

Latecomers and Seating At show time, all empty seats are released back to the house to seat those patrons on stand-by. If you are running late to your performance, phone the Box Office so that we are aware that you are on your way and can hold your seats. Any patron arriving after curtain will be seated at the discretion of House Management. Our ushers will show you to your seat, if it’s easily accessible. If the seat is not accessible, you will be shown to an available seat at a break. At intermission, you’re welcome to relocate to your ticketed seat location.

Special Needs A Box Office Associate will be pleased to assist you with any special seating needs when you purchase your tickets. We have wheelchair and limited mobility seating in all of our theatres, and provide accessible restrooms, entry doors, and walkways. To access the second-level Serra Skyline Lounge in the Topfer Theatre, you many use the elevator located in the lobby. Assisted listening devices are available at the Box Office free of charge. For more information about any of these services, please contact the Box Office at 512-476-0541.

Drinks and Dining ZACH’s bars and lounges open 90 minutes prior to show time. The Topfer lounge remains open post-show for an opportunity to meet and mingle with the cast. Preorder your drinks at the bar, and they will be waiting for you at intermission and postshow. Our bars accept all major credit cards, and you may run a tab during your visit. ZACH’s lounges and bars offer a selection of wines, cocktails, and craft beers. Our Kleberg and Topfer bars offer a wide range of liquor selections including our popular wells and single malt scotches. Gourmet appetizer plates and small bites are also available.

Transportation ZACH’s Box Office staff will happily assist you in arranging a taxi for post-show.

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P O P S series

2017–18 SEASON-AT-A-GLANCE

PETER BAY, music director DISNEY FANTASIA: LIVE IN CONCERT Friday, October 20, 2017 Michael & Susan Dell Hall, 8:00 p.m.

OCTOBER POPS

Disney shares one of its crown jewels of feature animation with a live orchestra concert accompanying scenes from Walt Disney’s original FANTASIA (1940) and Disney FANTASIA 2000, highlighting a selection of the magnificent repertoire from both films, including Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker Suite. Other iconic moments from Disney’s stunning footage, such as Mickey Mouse as he dabbles in magic in Dukas’ The Sorcerer’s Apprentice and the mythical unicorns and winged horses that accompany Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony, will also be shown in high definition on the big screen. This is one you won’t want to miss! I HEART THE 80’S™ Friday, December 29, 2017 Saturday, December 30, 2017 Palmer Events Center, 8:00 p.m. Put on your best parachute pants, jelly bracelets, and jean jacket, because the Austin Symphony is transporting you back to the 1980s! Come have the time of your life with music from The Police, George Michael, Michael Jackson, Cyndi Lauper, and so much more! Bring your favorite food dish and enjoy the cabaret-style seating experience! JURASSIC PARK IN CONCERT Film with Orchestra

DECEMBER POPS

Friday, February 9, 2018 Michael & Susan Dell Hall, 8:00 p.m. One of the most thrilling science fiction adventures ever made, and featuring one of John Williams’ most iconic and beloved musical scores, Jurassic Park transformed the movie-going experience for an entire generation and became the highest-grossing film of all time in 1993, winning three Academy Awards®. Masterfully directed by Steven Spielberg and based on the best-selling novel by Michael Crichton, Jurassic Park transports us to a secluded island where scientists have succeeded in reviving the age of dinosaurs in a brand new, immersive theme park, the likes of which have never been seen before. Now audiences can experience this ground-breaking film as never before: projected in HD with a full symphony orchestra performing Williams’ magnificent score live to picture. Welcome… to Jurassic Park!

FEBRUARY POPS

THE RAT PACK!: 100 YEARS OF FRANK!™ Friday, June 1, 2018 Saturday, June 2, 2018 Palmer Events Center, 8:00 Download p.m. the app:

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It’s hot! It’s cool! These performances celebrate the classic songs of Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis, Jr., and Dean Martin, such as “That’s Amore,” “The York,” with brand new orchestrations. and scripted with original Download the Choreographed app: Connect: Rat Pack routines, you’ll think you’re swingin’ at the Sands Hotel in Las Vegas. Bring your favorite food dish and enjoy the cabaret-style seating, as if you were at the Sands! Download the app:

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JUNE POPS

Austin Symphony tickets/info: (512) 476-6064 or austinsymphony.org All artists, programs, and dates subject to change.

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Elevate your show night experience with Chef David Garrido’s signature menu at Dine, perched lakeside in downtown Austin. Featuring fresh, American fare, enjoy a take on classic favorites such as steak and frites, mushroom truffle mac and cheese, baby back ribs with escabeche, ancho chile NY Strip, as well as Garrido’s signature fried oysters. Sip on craft cocktails, frozen margaritas and a thoughtful wine list in the restaurant’s stylish space, that perfectly harmonizes with Chef’s straightforward yet distinctively unique cuisine.

Duck-filled enchiladas in poblano-spinach sauce, watermelon-infused tequila and crepes smothered in goat’s milk caramel - now that’s Mexican cuisine. For more than 30 years, Fonda San Miguel restaurant has remained the premier Mexican cultural experience in Austin. Offering gallery-level fine art, an impressive wine list and the highest-quality interior Mexican dishes in town. Now featuring homegrown organic vegetables from our garden!

111 E Cesar Chavez | www.dineaustin.net 512.478.2991

2330 W North Loop Blvd. www.FondaSanMiguel.com | 512.459.4121

III Forks is a contemporary evolution of the classic steakhouse. The menu features the finest USDA Prime beef, ocean-fresh seafood and an extensive wine list. The perfect table is available for your party, five private rooms available for 12 to 60 guests with audio/visual capabilities. Located in the 2nd Street district at Lavaca Street and Cesar Chavez.

Beginning as a modest butcher shop in 1979, award-winning Perry’s Steakhouse in Austin features a two-story wine wall and five private dining rooms. Famous for a mouth-watering, seven-finger high pork chop, butcher-fresh USDA-aged prime beef, table side carvings and vibrant Bar 79, Perry’s provides a dining experience that is truly Rare and Well Done®.

111 Lavaca St. | www.3Forks.com | 512.474.1776

114 West 7th St. | PerrysSteakhouse.com | 512.474.6300

Manuel’s is an Austin favorite featuring delicious dining from Mexico’s interior and coastal regions. Our restaurants are locally owned and operated, and we regularly support non-profit and arts organizations. Consistently voted “Best Happy Hour” with 16 half price appetizers and $2 house Margaritas EVERYDAY from 4 to 6 p.m.

We promise to provide our customers the most pleasant dining experience by preparing with the freshest ingredients, serving the highest quality cuisines and with a simple smile. Dim Sum brunch is served at our North and Westlake locations on Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

310 Congress Ave. | 512.472.7555 10201 Jollyville Rd. | 512.345.1042 | www.Manuels.com

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We invite you to escape to Truluck’s. A getaway for the senses. Come savor the freshest Crab, direct from our own fisheries. Delight in our fresh-catch seafood menu or select tender, juicy steaks prepared to perfection. Then complement it all with delicious wines by the glass and bottle.

Austin’s original USDA Prime Steak House has been serving sizzling steaks since 1985. Served on a 500° sizzling plate, Ruth’s Chris guarantees your steak will be hot, juicy and delicious until the very last bite.

400 Colorado St. | www.Trulucks.com | 512.482.9000

107 W 6th St. | www.RuthsChris.com | 512.477.7884

Offering fresh takes on traditional Asian street food, Street is the latest concept from Austin restaurant veteran Ronald Cheng of Chinatown. The versatile menu features creative hot and cold “snacks,” sushi, dumplings, as well as vegan and gluten free options. It’s the perfect spot for a quick, healthy lunch, after-work drinks, or a fun night out with friends.

Chez Zee American Bistro, locally owned for over 20 years, serves lunch, happy hour, dinner, award-winning weekend brunch and house-made desserts. Cookin’ ‘til midnight, Friday and Saturday. Reservations any time; please come in before or after the show. Book your private party at Chez Zee! Visit us online for menus, maps and more.

3407 Greystone Drive | www.streetatx.com | 512.382.9567

5406 Balcones Dr. | www.Chez-Zee.com | 512.454.2666


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