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FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Welcome to the 10th season of Newman Center Presents! It is a joy to share these performances with you, marking a decade of presenting the performing arts.

NEWMAN CENTER STAFF Stephen W. Seifert Executive Director Diane L. Roth Assistant Director, Event Services Deirdre A. L. Shaw Event & Community Outreach Manager Sarah A. Johnson Event Coordinator Garret Glass Assistant Director, Production Services Vanessa VanHoudnos Shakeel Wahab Production Services Coordinators Richard Moraskie Assistant Director, Ticketing Services Max Manoles Assistant Manager of Ticketing Dee Getchel Assistant Director, Patron Services Natalie Ryan Marketing Director Richard Michel Budget Manager

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Our goal has always been to offer our community a diverse and eclectic array of artists from around the world and from many different disciplines in the performing arts. It’s a chance for everyone to join a journey of entertainment and learning, exploration and fun, and to diversify our performing arts experiences. As we commence our 10th Season, we just want to Celebrate! Thank you for your support of the Newman Center Presents project. At the end of this celebratory season we will have presented 138 different shows, 53% of them by artists making their Denver premieres. If not for Newman Center Presents, Denver might not have had the chance to experience these amazing artists. This season we celebrate in part by bringing back audience favorites such as Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, The Capitol Steps, Cantus’ holiday show “All Is Calm – The Christmas Truce of 1914,” and a rousing production of a classic by Gilbert & Sullivan. We also celebrate by continuing to present artists new to Denver, such as the Sphinx Virtuosi chamber orchestra, Quatuor Ébène from France, and an amazing dancer from Australia tackling Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring played live by the Lamont Symphony Orchestra. We’re also very excited this season to be coproducing “A Journey of the Human Spirit” with Ballet Nouveau Colorado, Central City Opera, The Colorado Symphony, and the Mizel Arts and Culture Center at the JCC. And we’re honored to co-present the Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain with Swallow Hill Music. If you like dance, vocal music, instrumental music, comedy, jazz, opera…, there’s something for you! The Newman Center hosts nearly 500 performances each year, serving both campus and community. We hope to see you here often, enjoying Newman Center Presents, as well as performances by the faculty and students of the University of Denver’s Lamont School of Music and Theatre Department, and dozens of the region’s finest performing arts organizations. Welcome to your performing arts center at the University of Denver. Thank you for coming. Have a great time!

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NEWMAN CENTER’S VISION STATEMENT At the Robert and Judi Newman Center for the Performing Arts, our responsibility, our purpose and our vision are to: • Celebrate, entertain, inspire and feed the imagination • Give voice to the innate human need for expression through performance • Educate and prepare better citizens of our community • Begin conversations of ideas • Foster an eagerness for and habits of curiosity and learning

FROM THE CHANCELLOR The University of Denver has been a major focal point of the cultural life of our city for more than 148 years. This is simply a part of who we are as an institution and of our mission to serve the public good. We seek to develop the extraordinary talent resident in our students and faculty members, but also to be a magnet that attracts the greatest musicians, dancers, actors and artists of all kinds from all over the world to our city, and to present their work to its citizens. All of this is done in an effort to enrich our lives and our culture. The Newman Center for the Performing Arts at DU is surely among the finest such venues in America. Through the more than 400 performances presented here each year we seek to entertain, stimulate and inspire members of the DU Community and the public at large. The Newman Center Presents series lies at the center of that effort. Each year it presents a vibrant and eclectic variety of performances, introducing new aspects of music, theater and dance that our community may not otherwise have the opportunity to experience.

• Make the major sources of our own and other cultures accessible to our community

I hope that you are entertained, stimulated, or inspired (or perhaps all three!) by this evening’s performance. Thank you so much for visiting the Newman Center and DU.

• Embrace our dif ferences; celebrate diversity of forms, attitudes, traditions and populations

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• Challenge assumptions and encourage creativity and new work, even at the risk of failure • Help teach our cultural heritage through the performance of great works from the past and suppor t creativity by contemporary artists whose new voices will be remembered in the future

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• Demand excellence and integrity without avoiding controversy • Remind our community that the performing arts have value to our society because they: • Create self-esteem which is earned by striving to achieve high standards • Integrate with other disciplines such as language, history, math and science • Foster communication and interpersonal skills

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THANK YOU We applaud the following partners for their support of the Robert and Judi Newman Center for the Per forming Ar ts at the University of Denver. Because of their generosity, Newman Center Presents can introduce dancers, musicians, actors, singers, composers and story tellers to the University community and our fellow citizens throughout Denver and Colorado.

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2012 /2013 All performances take place in June Swaner Gates Concert Hall at 7:30pm and include a free Behind the Curtain discussion an hour before curtain with guest lecturers. Check the website at www.newmancenterpresents.com for additional details. As always, artists and programs are subject to change. ASPEN SANTA FE BALLET SATURDAY / SEPTEMBER 22 / 2012 SUNDAY / SEPTEMBER 23 / 2012 – 4:00PM Newman Center Presents favorite Aspen Santa Fe Ballet returns to kick of f our Tenth season of Celebration! Nationally renowned as an eclectic, innovative dance company with a solid foundation in classical ballet, Aspen Santa Fe Ballet has made a lasting impression with a company of ten versatile, energetic dancers per forming a sophisticated repertoire featuring some of the world’s foremost choreographers.

THE CAPITOL STEPS SATURDAY / OCTOBER 6 / 2012 The Capitol Steps began in 1981 as a group of U.S. Senate staffers who set out to satirize the very people who employed them. The ensemble now tours the U.S. delivering heaping portions of muchneeded good humor to the long-suffering American public as the best antidote to politics. Three days after the first Presidential Debate of the 2012 election, hosted by DU, come laugh heartily at all the candidates. Founding Partner – The Denver Post

Founding Partner – 9News – Sept 22 Sponsored by Newman Center Members – Sept 23 THE COLORADO SYMPHONY “AMERICAN FANFARE” SCOTT O’NEIL, RESIDENT CONDUCTOR CLAUDE SIM, VIOLIN TUESDAY / SEPTEMBER 25 / 2012 In anticipation of the 2012 Presidential election, the Colorado Symphony presents a program that features all A m e r i c a n composers. From Copland’s patriotic “Fanfare for the Common Man” to his political “Lincoln Portrait,” this tribute to the red, white and blue also includes works by Barber, Ives and African-American composer George Walker.

SPHINX VIRTUOSI “MUSIC OF THE AMERICAS” THURSDAY / OCTOBER 18 / 2012 These dynamic ar tists have embraced Sphinx’s mission to advance the par ticipation of African Americans and Latinos as performers, educators, and listeners. A chamber orchestra without a conductor, the Sphinx is made up of alumni of the national Sphinx Competition for young Black and Latino string players. The Detroit-based Sphinx Organization has been promoting ethnic diversity in American orchestral music for 15 years while producing top-rate musicians. Presenting Sponsor – Gay & Lesbian Fund for Colorado

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These activities are supported, in part, with funds provided by the Western States Arts Federation (WESTAF), Colorado Creative Industries and the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). QUATUOR ÉBÈNE “FICTION” SATURDAY / NOVEMBER 10 / 2012 Distinguished by its youth, openmindedness, and versatility, France’s Quatuor Ébène has had a meteoric rise to the top. Now among the world’s most sought-after quartets, the ensemble made its U.S. debut tour in March 2009 to widespread, dazzling critical acclaim. In October 2009, the “Ebony Quartet” won Recording of the Year at the 2009 Classical FM Gramophone Awards. Don’t miss their debut performance with Newman Center Presents featuring music from the pop- and jazz-infused recording “Fiction.” These musicians have class, taste and integrity and form one of the most creative ensembles on the international chamber music scene today. Sponsored by Newman Center Members CANTUS “ALL IS CALM: CHRISTMAS TRUCE OF 1914” THURSDAY / DECEMBER 6 / 2012 Cantus, which appeared in Newman Center Presents’ first season, returns with a program that was an audience favorite in our 2009-10 season, inspired by historical events during


2012 /2013 the First World War on Christmas, 1914. Relive this remarkable true story through the words and songs of the men who lived it. This collaboration between Cantus and Theater Latté Da is done in the style of a radio musical drama. After intermission, Cantus will sing traditional holiday fare. Presenting Sponsor – Richter Scale Productions A JOURNEY OF THE HUMAN SPIRIT Viktor Ullmann’s opera “The Emperor of Atlantis” and Garrett Ammon’ s world premiere dance set to Ofer Ben-Amots’ “From Darkness to Light” Co-Produced by: Ballet Nouveau Colorado, Central City Opera, The Colorado Symphony, Mizel Arts & Culture Center at the Robert E. Loup Jewish Community Center, and Newman Center Presents WEDNESDAY / JANUARY 16 / 2013 THURSDAY / JANUARY 17 / 2013 During the Holocaust many ar tists spoke out, trying to stop the destruction of their society. Two of them were musician/ composer Viktor Ullmann and his colleague librettist Peter Kien. Their satiric opera “Der Kaiser von Atlantis, oder Die TodVerweigerung” (“The Emperor of Atlantis, or Death’s Refusal”) was composed around 1943 while Ullmann and Kien were imprisoned in Theresienstadt. The one-act opera “Der Kaiser von Atlantis” was rehearsed in Theresienstadt in March 1944. The Nazi authorities, however, understood the depiction of the Emperor as a satire on Adolf Hitler and refused to allow the opera’s performance. For this Colorado premiere, the co-producers will expand the experience of the opera, creating a preface and an epilogue, featuring

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both traditional Eastern European klezmer music and an orchestral score seamlessly integrating a world premiere dance and creating new communities of hope. The dance will be choreographed by BNC’s Garrett Ammon and set to music by Ofer BenAmots, Israeli born composer and Chair of the Music Department of Colorado College. Sponsored by Newman Center Members BILLY CHILDS JAZZ-CHAMBER ENSEMBLE & THE YING QUARTET TUESDAY / FEBRUARY 5 / 2013 Billy Childs has created a beautiful synthesis of jazz and classical music. His impressionistic compositions inspire images of the natural world. The Jazz-Chamber Ensemble totaling 10 musicians paints in sound with an extraordinary variety of tonal colors. The Ying Quartet’s constant quest to explore the creative possibilities of the string quartet has led it to an unusually diverse array of musical projects and interests. Now in its second decade as a quartet, the Quartet has established itself as an ensemble of the highest musical qualifications in its tours across the United States and abroad.

Stravinsky’s seminal work, inspired by Nijinsky’s traumatic life, and imbued with the spirit of Ingmar Bergman’s The Virgin Spring. As in Nijinsky’s original 1913 choreography for Stravinsky’s masterpiece, Tankard’s The Oracle captures a furious vitality and pagan sensuality, but now recontextualized for a 21st century audience. The award-winning Lamont Symphony Orchestra rounds out the evening with a performance of Aaron Copland’s orchestral suite for Appalachian Spring. Sponsored by Newman Center Members THE COLORADO SYMPHONY “GIANTS OF CLASSICISM” SCOTT O’NEIL, RESIDENT CONDUCTOR SILVER AINOMÄE, CELLO WEDNESDAY / FEBRUARY 20 / 2013 Haydn’s lyrical and virtuosic first cello concerto features the Symphony’s principal cellist, Silver Ainomäe. Paired with Haydn is one of Mozart’s most greatly admired works, his Symphony No. 40, which has been called a work of passion, tragic in tone and intensely emotional.

Founding Partner – Porter Adventist Hospital Presenting Sponsor – Design Works MERYL TANKARD’S THE ORACLE danced to STRAVINSKY’S THE RITE OF SPRING PAUL WHITE, dancer LAMONT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, LAWRENCE GOLAN, conductor WEDNESDAY / FEBRUARY 13 / 2013 In the 100th anniversary year of Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring, Meryl Tankard, Australia’s iconic dance choreographer offers another masterpiece for international dance audiences. With The Oracle, she brings forth a stunning new work driven by the power of

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LIMÓN DANCE COMPANY THURSDAY / MARCH 21 / 2013 Acclaimed for its dramatic expression, technical mastery and expansive, yet nuanced movement, the Limón Dance Company illustrates the timelessness of José Limón’s work


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2012 /2013 and vision. Founded in 1946 by José Limón and Doris Humphrey, the Company is now led by Carla Maxwell, who worked closely with Limón before becoming Artistic Director in 1978. The Company’s reper tor y, which balances classic Limón works with commissions from contemporar y choreographers, is of an unparalleled breadth, creating unique experiences for audiences around the world. Funded in part by the National Dance Project of the New England Foundation for the Arts, with lead funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and additional funding from the Ford Foundation, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and the Community Connections Fund of the MetLife Foundation. Sponsored by Newman Center Members “STRINGS ON FIRE” The Assad Brothers, guitars; Mak Grgi´c, guitar; with Special Guest Joshua Roman, cello THURSDAY / APRIL 25 / 2013 Brazilian-born brothers Sérgio and Odair Assad have set the benchmark for all other guitarists in innovation, ingenuity and expression. Born in 1987 in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Mak Grgi´ c follows in a distinguished line of some of today’s finest young guit arists emerging from the Croatian school of guitar. Dubbed a “Classical Rock Star” by the press, cellist Joshua Roman has earned an international reputation for per forming a wide range of repertoire with

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an absolute commitment to communicating the essence of the music at its most organic level. Sponsored by Newman Center Members UKULELE ORCHESTRA OF GREAT BRITAIN Co-Presented with Swallow Hill Music THURSDAY / APRIL 4 / 2013 A concer t by the Ukulele Orchestra is a funny, vir tuosic, twanging, awesome, foot-stomping celebration of rockn-roll and melodious light entertainment featuring only the “bonsai guitar” and a menagerie of voices in a collision of post-punk performance and toe-tapping oldies. Attendees are welcome to bring their ukuleles for one audience participation piece! Presenting Sponsor – Creative Instinct THE MIKADO New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players FRIDAY / MAY 3 / 2013 SATURDAY / MAY 4 / 2013 The Mikado, or The Town of Titipu is a fictitious Japanese town full of color ful characters – three little maids from school, a wandering minstrel, a hilariously corrupt public official, and a Lord High Executioner who may have a list of potential victims but is too tenderhearted actually to perform his duties. Beautiful school girl Yum-Yum loves the romantic minstrel Nanki-Poo but is engaged to Ko-Ko the executioner. This romantic triangle takes the usual course of thwarted romance, until the arrival first of the fearsome Katisha, claiming Nanki-Poo as her “perjured lover,” and

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later of the emperor, or Mikado, himself, with his own list of punishments to fit the crime. In order to resolve the ensuing complications, KoKo must use his wits to convince the most unattractive Katisha to marry him, in record time. That done, all other potentially dangerous circumstances are settled by the Mikado’s all encompassing pronouncement “nothing could possibly be more satisfactory.” Sponsored by Newman Center Members THE COLORADO SYMPHONY “THE ART OF THE BAROQUE” TUESDAY / JUNE 4 / 2013 Celebrate the art of the Baroque with pieces by some of the era’s most popular composers, featuring two of Bach’s Brandenburg Concer tos, widely regarded as among the finest musical compositions of the Baroque era. Sponsored by Newman Center Members

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Monday-Friday, 10am to 4pm Saturday, 12pm to 4pm (Sept-May) Phone: 303.871.7720 Email: newman_center@du.edu Website: www.newmancenterpresents.com Tickets can be purchased in person at the Newman Center Box Office or by phone at 303.871.7720 during the hours listed above or online anytime at www.NewmanTix.com. Ser vice charges may apply for tickets purchased by phone or online. Discounts are available for Colorado high school and college students, seniors, and DU faculty and staff. For more information or to request accommodations for a disability, call 303.871.7720. Group discount tickets are available for groups of eight (8) or more to most events. For information contact Molly Epstein at molly@mepstein.net or 303.619.6196

To view a listing of our previous nine seasons, please visit our website www.newmancenterpresents.com and select Archive.

COMMISSIONED WORKS The Newman Center is committed to bringing new works of music and dance to life. We are excited to have commissioned or cocommissioned the following works: Co-commissioner, “Kites Over Havana,” by Paquito D’Rivera, performed by the composer with Imani Winds Commissioner, “WE MARCH,” Concerto for Guitar and String Orchestra, by Daniel Bernard


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Co-commissioner, “Imaginary City,” by So Percussion, co-commissioned by Myrna Loy Center/Helena Presents, Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, The Cleveland Museum of Ar t, DiverseWorks, and National Performance Network Commissioner, “NO one To kNOW one,” by Andy Akiho, performed by the composer and The Playground (Lamont School of Music Artists-In-Residence) during the Newman Center Presents’ Mile High Voltage Festival

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Co-commissioner, “the wood & the vine,” by David Lang, co-commissioned by University of California, Riverside and Santa Fe Concert Association Commissioner, “Lifeboat No. 6,” by Payton MacDonald, performed by the composer, JACK Quartet and Young Voices of Colorado during Newman Center Presents’ Voltage 2012 Commissioner, solo, acoustical guitar version of Derek Bermel original work “Ritornello” to be performed by guitarist Mak Grgi´c

BEHIND THE CURTAIN The Newman Center hand-selects each and every Presents performance, bringing to Denver entertaining, intriguing and thoughtprovoking dancers, actors and musicians. At most concerts, we invite you to join us for free Behind the Curtain discussions where you will hear from artists, directors, critics and experts who will share their knowledge, anecdotes and appreciation of and for the performers presented on stage. Lectures are generally held in June Swaner Gates Concert Hall and are open to the public. Behind the Curtain starts an hour before curtain. Tickets are not required for the preperformance talks and no RSVP is necessary. Please check the performance insert or the Newman Center event calendar for updates to Behind the Cur tain. (Speakers are subject to change.)

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THE LAMONT SCHOOL OF MUSIC & DEPARTMENT OF THEATRE (Continued) In addition to free concerts, faculty recitals and guest artist performances are presented at a special $10 price in celebration of the tenth anniversary of the Robert and Judi Newman Center for the Performing Arts. DU students, Pioneer Card holders and other students with valid ID are complimentary. Fall and Spring Lamont Operas, Hansel and Gretel and Susannah, are reserved seating ranging from $11 to $30. Summer and holiday carillon concerts are presented on the Ritchie Center lawn by artists from around the nation. For information visit www.du.edu/lamont or call the Concert Line at 303.871.6412. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. DU’s Department of Theatre offers students the ability to take part in numerous productions throughout the academic year, including a full slate of student-created productions, all of which are open to the public. For the 2012-13 season, The Department of Theatre will present: •A staged reading of Moises Kaufmann & Tectonic Theatre Project’s THE LARAMIE PROJECT (Oct 2012, Byron Theatre) •Fall Quarter’s mainstage productions of HAMLET by William Shakespeare and CHURCH by Young Jean Lee (Nov 2012, Byron Theatre) •A staged reading of Tracy Letts’s AUGUST, OSAGE COUNTY (Jan 2013, Byron Theatre) •Winter Partnership: STORIES ON STAGE by various authors (Feb 2013, JMAC Studios) •The Seventh Annual Musical Co-Production between the Department of Theatre and the Lamont School of Music, FIDDLER ON THE ROOF by Jerry Bock, Sheldon Harnick, & Joseph Stein (Mar 2013, Byron Theatre) •A staged reading of Lauren Freeman’s DEAD MARSHES (Apr 2013, Byron Theatre)


•SPRING FESTIVAL: CYCLES 1, 2 and 3 Senior Capstone Productions (Apr & May 2013, Byron Theatre) •Independent Student Productions throughout the year Call 303.871 .251 8 or visit www.du.edu/thea for information about all Department of Theatre events. Tickets for Lamont and Theatre productions can be purchased at the Newman Center Box Office, Monday-Friday, 10am-4pm and Saturday, 12pm-4pm (Sept-May), by phone at 303.871.7720, or online at www.newmantix.com. (Phone and online orders are subject to service fees.)

DU’s ENRICHMENT PROGRAM OFFERS ADULT COURSES FOR THE CULTURALLY CURIOUS 2012-13 marks the ninth year for the Enrichment Program! In the fall of 2003 University College, the college of professional and continuing studies at the University of Denver, opened its doors with the belief that the University of Denver had much to offer those who love to learn simply for the joy of it. The Newman Center proudly partners with University College’s Enrichment Program to bring you innovative courses unlike any you’ve experienced before. Meet DU’s expert faculty and gather with other intellectually curious adults to embark on a unique and meaningful journey and connect with Denver’s rich cultural community. Check program inserts for upcoming Newman Center related classes. Fall 2012 registration is available now and Winter/Spring 2013 enrichment courses, held mid-January through mid-May, will be announced in early December. To view and register for courses across a wide range of subjects, please call 303.871.2291 or visit www.universitycollege.du.edu/enrichment.

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MEET ROBERT AND JUDI NEWMAN With the Newman Center just having completed its ninth season, these avid philanthropists smile when they remember becoming involved in the campaign to create an outstanding center for the performing arts at the University of Denver. Daniel L. Ritchie, then chancellor, invited Judi to head the effort when the Center was only a dream. Later the Center was named in the couple’s honor. “It’s amazing that ten years have passed so quickly,” says Judi. “We are so pleased that the University has enriched our community and their students with wonderful programs and educational opportunities. The number of community groups using the Center has far exceeded our expectations.” The couple’s passion for performing arts and education harmoniously intersected with the Newman Center, which is home to exceptional performance venues and DU’s Lamont School of Music and Department of Theatre. This 10th Season of Celebration is a wonderful way to commemorate the opening of the facility and its impact on the community, as well as looking towards the next decade. The leadership of Nancy Cochran, Director of the Lamont School of Music, and Rick Barbour, Chair of the Department of Theatre, guide the academic programs housed in the building. Stephen Seifert, Executive Director of the Newman Center, continues excellence in presenting through the University’s Newman Center Presents’ series. Prominent in Denver’s cultural community, the Newmans serve on many boards. Their involvement in DU has continued over the past decade with Bob being on the University’s Board of Trustees and being a member of the Executive Advisory Board of the Daniels College of Business. Judi sits on the Academic Affairs Committee of the Board of Trustees at the University of Miami. “Each year brings more recognition to this venue and its world-class programs,” says Bob. “Judi and I are delighted to be part of the University of Denver community.”

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Your membership support of the Newman Center makes it possible for us to present the best in performing arts from around the world, provide student discounts and master classes for both university and K-12 students, and sustain a landmark facility recognized around the world for its excellence. Please join the community of Members whose partially or fully tax-deductible Membership makes everything we do possible.

BECOME A NEWMAN CENTER MEMBER Your Annual Membership can start for as little as $50, but the more you choose to give, the greater the difference you will make. (See below about the matching grant opportunity to double the value of your gift). By supporting the Newman Center, you play an important role in presenting engaging performances, bringing music education to thousands and sustaining a landmark facility. Please take a look at our Membership levels and consider adding a Membership to your Newman Center support. (A portion of your Membership may be tax deductible).To become a Newman Center Member or for more information about our Membership program, please contact the Newman Center Box Office, Monday – Friday, 10am – 4pm or Saturday (Sept-May only), 12pm – 4pm at 303.871.7720.

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BENEFACTOR- $5,000 All Partner Membership benefits, plus: • Exclusive post-performance “meet the artist” and drinks with one visiting artist during the 2012-13 season (pending artist availability) • Two (2) complimentary Patron’s Choice guest subscriptions (3 shows total) to Newman Center Presents 2012-13 season shows PARTNER - $1,000 All Sponsor Membership benefits, plus: • Two (2) additional complimentary guest passes to a Newman Center Presents performance of your choice in the 2012-13 season • Invitation to pre-performance and intermission receptions for each Newman Center Presents performance (hosted bar and hors d’oeuvres) SPONSOR - $500 All Supporter Membership benefits, plus: • Invitation to a backstage tour • Two (2) complimentary guest passes to a Newman Center Presents performance of your choice in the 2012-13 season SUPPORTER - $200 All Contributor Membership benefits, plus: • Four (4) additional complimentary drink vouchers for any Newman Center Presents performance in the 2012-13 season • Two (2) Orchestra seats to a Lamont School of Music Opera production (excludes annual musical) or a Theatre Department production of your choice (dates subject to availability)


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BECOME A NEWMAN CENTER MEMBER (continued) CONTRIBUTOR - $100 All Friend Membership benefits, plus: • Two (2) complimentary drink vouchers for any Newman Center Presents performance in the 2012-13 season FRIEND - $50 • Priority notification of subscription renewal dates • Priority notification of single ticket sale dates • Recognition in each performance program for Newman Center Presents performances • Subscription to Curtain Call *The amount paid for your Membership is tax deductible minus the fair market value of benefits received. If you decline all benefits, the entire amount of your Membership is tax deductible. Deductible amounts with benefits are: Friend - $50; Contributor - $94; Supporter - $142; Sponsor - $366; Partner - $690; Benefactor - $4,474.

ASCEND - CAMPAIGN FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS In any project, the benefits of leverage can be amazing. The University of Denver is committed to leadership in creating the most impact through our partnership with you. DU has committed $5 million to match every new gift of $10,000 or more to the Campaign for the Performing Arts. Your gift can be personalized and designated for a wide range of purposes, including endowment of Newman Center Presents programming and educational residency activities. DU will also match any binding planned gifts from your estate! We encourage you to take advantage of this unprecedented opportunity today. Please consider giving generously to the performing arts at the University of Denver to leverage your gift for the enrichment and education of

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current and future generations of students, and for the living cultural fabric of our community.

WHAT GIFT DOLLARS CAN REALLY DO Thanks to the generosity of long-time supporters Beverlee Henry and the Honorable Robert Fullerton, the Newman Center Endowed Fund for Experiential and Cultural Learning was established during the 2011-2012 season. The purpose of this endowed fund is to produce income to support educational outreach activities on the DU campus and in K-12 schools throughout the Denver area by artists who are appearing as part of the Newman Center Presents series. During the 2012-2013 10th Anniversary season, this fund will help make the following educational activities possible: •Aspen Santa Fe Ballet Master Class with the Colorado Dance Alliance •Sphinx Virtuosi’s educational residencies for students of the Denver Public Schools and the Lamont School of Music •Limón Dance Company’s Master Class for dance students at the Denver School of the Arts •Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain’s Master Class with students of Swallow Hill Music •“Strings on Fire” Artist Master Classes for guitar and cello students at the Lamont School of Music If you work with a local organization or Denverarea K-12 school and would like to learn more about how Newman Center Presents artists could provide educational outreach activities for your school or group, please contact Deirdre Shaw, Event and Community Outreach Manager, at Deirdre.Shaw@du.edu or call 303.871.6543. Please include the following information: your name and position, name of organization or school, types of outreach you may be interested in (dance, theatre, world music, jazz, vocal), and email address and phone number.

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THE LASTING DIFFERENCE MADE BY ENDOWMENT GIFTS The construction of the Newman Center and its public and backstage spaces was only made possible by generous donors whose gifts have been recognized through the naming of these spaces. Moreover, the annual income from the Newman Center Endowment helps ensure constant care and upkeep of our world-class venues and state-of-the-art systems that make possible the highest quality of Newman Center Presents productions. To maintain this excellence, the Newman Center Endowment needs to grow, and many naming opportunities remain for your gift to the Endowment. Your gift to name a space in the Newman Center offers lasting recognition of your suppor t of the Newman Center’s programming, operations and facilities. Both current and testamentar y gif ts to the Newman Center Endowment are welcome. If you have already included the Newman Center in your estate plans, please let us know so that we may appropriately recognize your support.

HOW TO GIVE If you are interested in discussing DU’s Campaign for the Performing Arts, supporting the Newman Center Endowed Fund for Experiential and Cultural Learning, or if you would like more information about how to make a lasting difference to the Newman Center Endowment, to Newman Center Presents, or to help the Newman Center continue to make a lasting contribution to the performing arts in our community, please contact Kellyn Smith, Director of Development for Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at Kellyn.Smith@du.edu or 303.871.4472.


DONOR ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The Newman Center for the Performing Arts would like to express its gratitude to the following individuals and organizations who have given generously in 2011-2012 (July 2011 to June 2012) to support the Newman Center’s Scholarship, Maintenance, Operations and Programming, Marketing, and Endowded Funds and Newman Center Memberships initiated during this time period: DONORS Anonymous Anonymous Carole Cantor and Robert M. Adelstein Albert G. Appell Martha H. and David L. Ashmore A. Louise and Kenneth Beard Marcia H. Bishop Karin C. Bond Thomas N. Butler Margot Gilbert and M Allan Frank Hon. Robert Fullerton and Beverly B. Henry Dr. Roscoe Hill and Dr. Sheila Wright Andrew Hornbrook Sarah A. Johnson David Linke Susan H. Martin Dee G. and Gene Milstein Joseph and Marcia P. Newhart Newman Family Foundation Robert and Judi Newman Pamela Ann Newman Sally G. Plummer Gene E. and Nancy M. Richards Frances E. Seifert Stephen W. Seifert Jenene C. and James Stookesberry Anthony C. Tapia Jeanne J. and Glenn Tubb Waldo L. Willecke Carol A. Wilson Rozanne C. Wuerstl In Honor of Judi and Bob Newman’s Birthdays and Anniversary in 2011 Margot Gilbert and M Allan Frank In Honor of Judi and Bob Newman’s Birthdays and Anniversary in 2012 Margot Gilbert and M Allan Frank In Honor of Robert and Judi Newman Mr. Donald D.

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PATRON INFORMATION

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• The Newman Center for the Performing Arts is fully accessible to patrons in wheelchairs and to those with other special needs. Patrons needing accommodations for a disability should call the Box Office as early as possible at 303.871.7720. • Parking is available in the Newman Center parking garage (Free for Newman Center Presents events). Patrons are advised not to park in the neighborhood as most side streets have one-hour parking only. • Food and beverages are prohibited in the seating areas of all theatres. • No audio, photographic or video equipment of any kind is allowed in the performance venues. • Artists and programs are subject to change without notice. • All sales are final. No refund or exchanges. • Patrons are encouraged to call the Newman Center for information on the suitability of events for children. • The University of Denver is a smoke-free campus. Smoking is permitted only in the designated smoking area on S. York Street, south of the loading dock.

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