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4 Curtain Raisers

64 Volunteers

6 RiverCenter Members

65 Board of Trustees

10 RiverCenter Capstone Society

65 Administration and Staff 66 Ticket Information

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Message From the director Welcome to RiverCenter! Whether you are joining us for the first time or are a regular attendee, we are thrilled that you have joined us!  This season we continue programs that are certain to delight, inspire and amaze.  Family matinee performances for the very young and the young at heart are on tap together with stories of romance told in music, dance and the spoken word.  Experience the Broadway musical ELF with your family. Perhaps a rock concert with Classic Albums Live is more your speed. On Valentine's Day enjoy dinner and comedy with your sweetheart or just a ladies night.  We are so pleased to be hosting the Mystical Arts of Tibet in the spring.  Patrons can see the monks design a sand mandala in the RiverCenter lobby! We will offer

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To help support RiverCenter please contact the Advancement


expanded Arts Education this season too. All part of our commitment to provide opportunities for school students to engage in the live performing arts not just at RiverCenter but through training teachers in ways that they can use the performing arts each day in the classroom. None of this could be possible without your generous support. We look forward to seeing you at the theatre next season! Norman S. Easterbrook Executive Director

Team at 706.256.3653 or development@rivercenter.org

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RiverCenter Advancement

RiverCenter is a 501(c)3 nonprofit. Ticket sales meet only a portion of RiverCenter’s operating expenses. The balance is covered by contributions to RiverCenter. The generosity of many individuals and corporations helps River­Center present world-class artists and offer varied educational opportunities. To receive informa­tion about becoming a Mem­ber or Curtain Raiser, please call 706-256-3653 or email development@rivercenter.org.

RiverCenter Sponsors: Curtain Raisers

Curtain Raisers are RiverCenter’s major sponsors, granting agencies, or corporate contributors. The funds support River­Center’s diverse program schedule, in­cluding pro­fessional touring attractions and edu­ca­tional activi­ties. RiverCenter values its phenomenal partners.

SEASON SPONSOR

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BENEFACTOR LEVEL SPONSORS

DIAMOND LEVEL SPONSORS

PHENIX CITY

PLATINUM LEVEL SPONSORS

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GOLD LEVEL MEMBERS

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Creek Stand Partners, LP Fox Theatre Institute Junior League of Columbus

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Anonymous (1)

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RiverCenter Members MARQUEE SOCIETY MEMBERS • The Marquee Society advances

fulfillment of RiverCenter’s mission of “bringing together a variety of artists and audiences for entertainment, education and enrichment of the cultural life of our region.” Society members annually contribute $1,000 or more and know the true value of the arts and cultural preservation. Membership has its benefits. Please contact Lauren Minter at 706-256-3653 to discuss Marquee Society membership. MARQUEE SOCIETY: CHAMPION LEVEL

Anonymous (1)

The Wendell Lewis Memorial Fund

MARQUEE SOCIETY: SUSTAINER LEVEL

Mr. & Mrs. Stephen T. Butler

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MARQUEE SOCIETY: BENEFACTOR LEVEL

Anonymous (1)

Gardiner & Nora Garrard

Judy W. Thomas

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Anonymous (1) Mr. & Mrs. Daniel P. Amos Mr. & Mrs. James H. Blanchard Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Cheves Mrs. Richard Hallock Dr. David and Suzanne Levine

Al & Betsy Ramsay Mary W. Schley Mr. & Mrs. Wright B. Waddell Mrs. Ronald Watson

(In memory of Dr. Davis R. Watson, Sr.)

Ray M. and Jane R. Wright Foundation

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Thomas Barrett & Sandra Mrs. Virginia Norman Rick & Jan Ussery Gardner (In memory of Rozier Dedwylder) Wade & Adrianne Wallace Mrs. Tom B. Black David & Linell Pringle Mr. & Mrs. M. Troy Woods Kriss & Lisa Cloninger Mr. & Mrs. Jack J. Pease, III James D. & Ruth B. Yancey Akitoshi & Etsuko Kan Mr. and Mrs. William P. Mr. Gavin Spence Scarbrough (In memory of Geraldine) Mr. & Mrs. John C. Martin, II 6


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SILVER & BRONZE MEMBERS • Individuals may become members of RiverCenter with a contribution of $100 or more. SILVER LEVEL

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Mr. & Mrs. Anthony D. Link Ben & Annelle McCosh Dr. & Mrs. William Paull Gene & Meg Perkins Ruth Ann & Lamar Powers Bob & Stacy Poydasheff Col. & Mrs. Robert H. Robinson Dr. Carole Rutland & Mr. Robert D. Offer Ralph & Edith Satterwhite Mr. & Mrs. J. Edward Sprouse Mr. & Mrs. Charles T. Staples Dr. & Mrs. Franklin J. Star Dr. & Mrs. Thomas R. Stewart Mr. & Mrs. Mat Swift Matthew E. & Cynthia Woodsmall Jones

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The Capstone Society

“Assuring the Promise of Tomorrow” The Capstone Society is RiverCenter’s planned-giving program. The Capstone Society program was founded by the late Wendell Lewis. The society honors donors who disclose they have included RiverCenter for the Per­forming Arts in their estate plans. It provides RiverCenter the opportunity to recognize and thank these donors during their lifetimes. If you have made a plan­ned gift to River­Center, Inc. and are not listed below, or if you wish to discuss how your planned gift can assist RiverCenter in its artistic and educa­tional mission, please contact the Advancement office at 706-256-3653 or development@rivercenter.org.

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RODGERS+HAMMERSTEIN'S CINDERELLA WORK LIGHT PRODUCTIONS STEPHEN GABRIEL, EXECUTIVE PRODUCER PRESENTS

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MUSIC BY RICHARD RODGERS LYRICS BY OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN II NEW BOOK BY DOUGLAS CARTER BEANE ORIGINAL BOOK BY OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN II

SCENIC DESIGN

COSTUME DESIGN

ANNA LOUIZOS

WILLIAM IVEY LONG

LIGHTING DESIGN

KENNETH POSNER

HAIR AND WIG DESIGN

CASTING

ORIGINAL CASTING

JOY DEWING CASTING ADAM CALDWELL, CSA JOY DEWING, CSA

PRODUCTION MANAGER

MIKE EAST

THE BOOKING GROUP

TOUR PRESS & MARKETING

PRODUCER

COMPANY MANAGER

GENERAL MANAGER

PAUL HUNTLEY

MUSIC DIRECTOR AND CONDUCTOR

SOUND DESIGN

NEVIN STEINBERG

CHARLIE REUTER

PRODUCTION STAGE MANAGER

ALLIED LIVE NANCY GABRIEL JUSTIN T. SCHOLL

ABBY L. POWERS

TOUR BOOKING AGENCY

ANIELE FORTIN

TOUR ORCHESTRATIONS

BILL ELLIOTT

BASED ON THE ORIGINAL ORCHESTRATIONS BY

DANNY TROOB

MUSIC ADAPTATION AND ARRANGEMENTS

DAVID CHASE MUSIC SUPERVISION

GREG ANTHONY RASSEN TOUR CHOREOGRAPHED BY

LEE WILKINS

ORIGINALLY CHOREOGRAPHED BY

JOSH RHODES TOUR DIRECTED BY

GINA RATTAN ORIGINALLY DIRECTED BY

MARK BROKAW ORIGINALLY PRODUCED ON BROADWAY BY

ROBYN GOODMAN, JILL FURMAN, STEPHEN KOCIS PRODUCED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT WITH RODGERS & HAMMERSTEIN AN IMAGEM COMPANY ORIGINAL BROADWAY CAST RECORDING ON GHOSTLIGHT RECORDS

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CAST

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Ella........................................................................................................................ TATYANA LUBOV Woodland Creature........................................................................CHLOE FOX, ISABELLA WARD Topher....................................................................................................................HAYDEN STANES Lord Pinkleton.................................................................................................... VINCENT B. DAVIS Sebastian....................................................................................................................RYAN M. HUNT Marie......................................................................................................................LESLIE JACKSON Jean-Michel.................................................................................................................CHRIS WOODS Madame................................................................................................................. SARAH PRIMMER Gabrielle..................................................................................................................MIMI ROBINSON Charlotte.............................................................................................................. JOANNA JOHNSON Fox......................................................................................................................... ISABELLA WARD Raccoon............................................................................................................................CHLOE FOX Footman....................................................................................................................DAVID WRIGHT Driver.................................................................................................................ARNIE RODRIGUEZ Lady of Ridicule..............................................................................................................CHLOE FOX Knights, Townspeople, Lords & Ladies of the Court, Peasants...................... ANTONIO BEVERLY, DELPHI BORICH, TAYLOR N. DANIELS, CHLOE FOX, LOUIS GRIFFIN, LILLI JACOBS, JOHNNY LINK, ILDA MASON, LAUREN MONTELEONE, HILLARY REITER, ARNIE RODRIGUEZ, ISABELLA WARD, DAVID WRIGHT SWINGS KELLY BARBERITO, MATTHEW DAVIES, ERIC GEIBEL, EMILIE RENIER, DAVID WRIGHT DANCE CAPTAIN EMILIE RENIER ASSISTANT DANCE CAPTAIN TAYLOR N. DANIELS UNDERSTUDIES Understudies never substitute for listed performers unless a specific announcement is made at the time of the performance

for Ella—DELPHI BORICH, EMILIE RENIER; for Topher— LOUIS GRIFFIN, JOHNNY LINK; for Lord Pinkleton—ANTONIO BEVERLY; for Sebastian—VINCENT B. DAVIS, JOHNNY LINK; for Marie—DELPHI BORICH, MIMI ROBINSON; for Jean-Michel—ANTONIO BEVERLY, ARNIE RODRIGUEZ; for Madame—CHLOE FOX, LAUREN MONTELEONE; for Gabrielle—LILLI JACOBS, EMILIE RENIER; for Charlotte—LAUREN MONTELEONE; for Fox—KELLY BARBERITO, EMILIE RENIER; for Raccoon—KELLY BARBERITO, EMILIE RENIER; for Footman—MATTHEW DAVIES, ERIC GEIBEL; for Driver—MATTHEW DAVIES, ERIC GEIBEL; THERE WILL BE ONE 20-MINUTE INTERMISSION. The photographing or sound recording of any performance or the possession of any device or such photographing or sound recording inside this theater, without the written permission of the management, is prohibited by law. Violators may be punished by ejection and violations may render the offender liable for money damages.

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MUSICAL NUMBERS ACT I Overture.......................................................................................................................................................Orchestra Prologue Rocky Glen “Me, Who Am I?”..................................................................Topher, Sebastian, Lord Pinkleton, Knights, Pages Outside the Cottage “In My Own Little Corner”..............................................................................................................................Ella Throne Room of the Royal Palace Town Square “Now Is the Time”..............................................................................................................................Jean-Michel “The Prince Is Giving a Ball”........... Lord Pinkleton, Townspeople, Madame, Charlotte, Gabrielle, Ella, Marie Inside the Cottage “Cinderella March”.................................................................................................................................Orchestra Outside the Cottage “In My Own Little Corner” (Reprise)/“Fol-De-Rol”........................................................................... Ella, Marie “Impossible”......................................................................................................................................... Marie, Ella Flight to the Castle “It’s Possible”....................................................................................................................................... Marie, Ella Ballroom “Gavotte”........Sebastian, Topher, Lord Pinkleton, Madame, Charlotte, Gabrielle, Lords & Ladies of the Court “Ten Minutes Ago”.............................................................................................................................Topher, Ella “Cinderella Waltz”..................................................................................................................................Orchestra “Ten Minutes Ago” (Reprise).............................................................. Topher, Ella, Lords & Ladies of the Court Palace Steps ACT II Entr’acte.......................................................................................................................................................Orchestra Palace Steps “Stepsister’s Lament”............................................................................................. Charlotte, Ladies of the Court Forest “The Pursuit”..................................... Topher, Lord Pinkleton, Lords of the Court, Pages, Ella, Footman, Driver Inside the Cottage “When You’re Driving Through the Moonlight”........................................... Ella, Madame, Charlotte, Gabrielle “A Lovely Night”........................................................................................... Ella, Madame, Charlotte, Gabrielle “A Lovely Night” (Reprise)............................................................................................................ Ella, Gabrielle Forest “Loneliness of Evening”.....................................................................................................................Topher, Ella Throughout the Kingdom “The Prince Is Giving a Ball” (Reprise)........................................ Sebastian, Lord Pinkleton, Heralds, Madame Inside the Cottage “There’s Music in You”.................................................................................................................................Marie Palace Steps “Now Is the Time” (Reprise).............................................................................................Jean-Michel, Gabrielle “Do I Love You Because You’re Beautiful?”......................................................................................Topher, Ella Palace “Ten Minutes Ago” (Reprise)..................................................................................... Topher, Ella, The Company Royal Gardens “Finale”................................................................................................................................ Marie, The Company

ORCHESTRA Music Supervisor—GREG ANTHONY RASSEN; Music Director/Conductor/Keyboard 1—CHARLIE REUTER; Associate Music Director/Keyboard 2—EVAN JAY NEWMAN; Keyboard 3—NORIKO SUNAMOTO; Reeds—ANNA MORRIS, MICHAEL ROSEN; Trumpet—ANDREW HOESL; Trombone—SCOTT CHO; Percussion—TIM NWRANSKI; Violin—BRANDON BUCKMASTER Music Copying—SCOTT McCRAE Electronic Music Designer—BRIAN LI Associate Electronic Music Designer—CHRIS GURR Music Contractor—JIM GEDDES Additional orchestrations by Bill Elliott, Doug Besterman and Larry Hochman. Additional lyrics by Douglas Carter Beane and David Chase. 24


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TATYANA LUBOV

LESLIE JACKSON

JOANNA JOHNSON

HAYDEN STANES

SARAH PRIMMER

RYAN M. HUNT

VINCENT B. DAVIS

MIMI ROBINSON

CHRIS WOODS

KELLY BARBERITO

ANTONIO BEVERLY

DELPHI BORICH

TAYLOR N. DANIELS

MATTHEW DAVIES

CHLOE FOX

ERIC GEIBEL

LOUIS GRIFFIN

LILLI JACOBS

JOHNNY LINK

ILDA MASON

LAUREN MONTELEONE

ARNIE RODRIGUEZ

ISABELLA WARD

HILLARY REITER

EMILIE RENIER

DAVID WRIGHT

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WHO’S WHO in the CAST TATYANA LUBOV (Ella) is ecstatic to be doing her first national tour in Work Light Production’s Cinderella! Favorite credits include Next to Normal (Natalie), Hairspray (Amber Von Tussle) and On the 20th Century (Lily Garland). Thanks to family, friends and Andrew! B.F.A. University of Wisconsin—Stevens Point. tatyanalubov.com. @taluna13. HAYDEN STANES (Topher) is proud to be a part of this magical production. Regional: Legally Blonde, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Arvada), Fiddler…, St. Louis, Oz (Arrow Rock) and Toy Story/The Golden Mickeys/Villains (Disney Cruise Lines). NY staged readings: Wings of Fire, The Imaginary. Training: Univ. of Northern Colorado. “Thanks to my friends and family for their constant support.” LESLIE JACKSON (Marie). Graduate of Northwestern University (B.M. opera/MT cert.) and honored to tour with Cinderella! Tours/credits: Ragtime national (Sarah), West Side Story international (Rosalia u/s Maria and “Somewhere” soloist), The Secret Garden (Ayah). Love to mom, dad and Jill! Boundless thanks to family, friends and the Cinderella team! leslierjackson.com. @leslily2. SARAH PRIMMER (Madame) is thrilled to tour with Cinderella! Tours: Nice Work If You Can Get It, Beauty and the Beast. Regional: Chasing Rainbows: The Road to Oz (world premiere), The Light in the Piazza and Damn Yankees (FLMTF). Love and gratitude to Work Light, The Price Group, family, friends and teachers! SarahPrimmer. com.

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VINCENT B. DAVIS (Lord Pinkleton, u/s Sebastian). Guys and Dolls (Nicely Johnson), Once on this Island (Daniel), La Traviata (Alfredo), Cosi fan Tutte (Ferrando), Le Nozze di Figaro (Don Basilio), Blue Monday (Joe), Porgy & Bess (Robbins), Bastien und Bastienne (Bastien), Carmen (Don José). “Thanks to family and friends and a special wink to my wife, Ingrid!” JOANNA JOHNSON (Charlotte) is a Utah native and Utah State University alum. Favorite past roles include Sister Mary Patrick in Sister Act, Paulette in Legally Blonde, Ruth in The Pirates of Penzance and Adella in Disney’s The Little Mermaid. “All my love to my amazing family and friends for their unending support.” RYAN M. HUNT (Sebastian). National tour: Mamma Mia! (Bill Austin). Regional: Boeing, Boeing (Bernard), ...Spelling Bee (Chip), Hairspray (Corny Collins), Into the Woods (Baker). B.F.A. University of Evansville. Thanks to ATB, Adam, Rachel and everyone at Work Light for another incredible opportunity! Love to family and the bean for all their support. ryanmhunt.com. MIMI ROBINSON (Gabrielle, u/s Marie) played a mouse in Cinderella at age 6, and is overjoyed to be a part of this magical tale again. Most recently, Mimi has performed at the Grand Ole Opry in How the Grinch… and with Disney Cruise Line as Cruella in the Walt Disney Theater. “For my beautiful family!” CHRIS WOODS (Jean-Michel). Tours: Nice Work…, Shrek, The Wizard of Oz. Regional: Mary Poppins (North Shore), Billy


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Elliot (Ogunquit/North Shore) *IRNE Award, A Christmas Carol (McCarter), West Side Story (New Orleans Opera). Thanks to the Cinderella team, Adam Caldwell and WLP! A proud native of New Orleans, Chris now resides in NYC. Instagram: @ chriswoodsnyc. KELLY BARBERITO (Swing, u/s Fox, Raccoon) is a University of Alabama graduate from New Orleans, La. making her national tour debut. Favorite roles include A Chorus Line (Maggie), Anything Goes (Hope), 42nd Street (Lorraine), Urinetown (Soupy Sue), Twelfth Night (Maria) and Show Boat (Ellie). “Much love to my family and About Artists Agency.” ANTONIO BEVERLY (Ensemble, u/s Jean-Michel, Lord Pinkleton) is very excited to be making his tour debut! He was last seen in Livestage: Cats (Coricopat) (The Really Useful Group/Royal Caribbean). TV: BET, “Criminals at Work” (Younger Tracy Burleson). Education: The School at Jacob’s Pillow. Enjoy the show! DELPHI BORICH (Ensemble, u/s Ella, Marie) is ecstatic to be joining the company of Cinderella after having just graduated from Syracuse University’s B.F.A. musical theater program. Regional: Peter and the Starcatcher (The Barn Stage Company), Peter Pan (Syracuse Stage). Huge thanks to Adam Caldwell and Harden-Curtis. “For my family, MJ&R and for Ojiichan.” delphiborich.com. TAYLOR N. DANIELS (Assistant Dance Captain, Ensemble). National tour: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Andy Blankenbeuler). Favorite roles include Oscar D’Armano (Lachuisa’s The Wild Party), Booker T. Washington (Ragtime) and associate choreographer for 5 Guys Named Moe at Arena Stage (Helen Hayes nomination). B.F.A. from NYU. “Thanks to my friends, family and Gregg Baker Management.” taylorndaniels.com. @ tndanc3r. MATTHEW DAVIES (Swing, u/s Footman, Driver) is thrilled to be a part of the Cinderella tour! International tours: Heartsongs (South Africa/Zimbabwe). Regional: Music Theatre Wichita, Muny and The Metropolitan Opera. Sending gratitude to his family, God, bloc, BYU, Joy Dewing casting and the whole production team for this amazing opportunity! @matthewddavies.

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RODGERS+HAMMERSTEIN'S CINDERELLA WHO’S WHO in the CAST CHLOE FOX (Woodland Creature, Raccoon, Ensemble, u/s Madame) hails from Rochester, N.Y., and is a graduate of NYU Tisch. Favorite credits include The Tempest with Sam Waterston and Jesse Tyler Ferguson (The Public/Shakespeare in the Park), The Addams Family (Morticia), Saturday Night Fever, Grease (Rizzo) and Cats (Bombalurina). chloefox.com. ERIC GEIBEL (Ensemble, u/s Footman, Driver) is a graduate of Oklahoma City University. Credits include: Busch Gardens (Solo Tapper, Dance Swing) in Williamsburg, VA, SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment (Dance and Vocal Swing), Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines (Dancer/ Aerialist), and most recently Disney Cruise Lines (Swing and understudy roles). Special thanks to my beautiful wife for her constant support. LOUIS GRIFFIN (Ensemble, u/s Prince Topher) is thrilled to be making his tour debut with this wonderful company. Some of his favorite credits include American Idiot (Tunny), Forever Plaid (Francis) and Les Miserables (Marius). He is a proud alumni of CCM. Much love and thanks to God and his family. LILLI JACOBS (Ensemble, u/s Gabrielle). National tour debut! NYC/regional includes The Crucible (Hartford Stage), A Little Princess (Signature Theatre Co.), West Side Story (STONC), The Secret Garden (WPPAC), Evergreen (Prospect TheatreCo). TV: “I Love You… But I Lied,” “Mother Goose Club.” Gratitude to family, SGI-USA, Badiene Magaziner, GenerationTV and LilAngelsNY, cast and creative team! lillijacobs.com. @lillijacobs. JOHNNY LINK (Ensemble, u/s Prince Topher, Sebastian) is proud to be a part of the Cinderella journey! Regional: From Here to Eternity, a new musical by Tim Rice at the Merry-Go-Round Playhouse. Other credits: Les Misérables (Marius) and Dogfight (Bernstein). Penn State B.F.A. (’16). “A big thank you to those who told me it’s possible!” @ johnnyvlink. ILDA MASON (Ensemble) is thrilled to be part of Cinderella’s touring company! Regional/others: West Side Story (Paper Mill Playhouse, Signature Theatre); The Wedding Singer, Spring Awakening, Chess, Carousel (NYFA). Panamá: Peter Pan; Hello, Dolly!; Legally Blonde; A Chorus Line; Beauty and the Beast; Cinderella. TV: “Dancing with the Stars Panamá” (winner). Instagram: @ildamason. LAUREN MONTELEONE (Ensemble, u/s Charlotte, Madame). Ecstatic to join R & H’s Cinderella! Favorite roles: How the Grinch Stole Christmas nat’l tour (Punky/ Reno), 9 to 5 The Musical (Doralee), Hair (Crissy) and

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A Chorus Line (Val). “Thanks to Work Light Productions, Mark Brokaw, Gina Rattan, Adam Caldwell, Josh Rhodes, Lee Wilkins, my cast, crew, family and Jay.” laurenmonteleone.com. HILLARY REITER (Ensemble). Thrilled to be a part of this incredible cast of Cinderella! National tours: West Side Story (Bebecita) and Annie (Swing/Dance Captain). Raised in Oneonta, N.Y. B.F.A. in dance at SUNY Purchase. Thanks to the entire creative team! “Love to my Mom, Dad, Hector, Lucas, Mark and my supportive family!” EMILIE RENIER (Dance Captain, Swing, u/s Ella, Gabrielle, Fox, Raccoon) is thrilled to revisit a show that is so close to her heart. Her most recent credits include the national and international tours of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Mary Poppins (Mary), The Sound of Music (Maria) and Cinderella (Cinderella). Love to her family and friends all over the country! ARNIE RODRIGUEZ (Ensemble, u/s Jean-Michel) is honored to be a part of the incredible cast of Cinderella. This is his first national tour. Regional credits: West Side Story, Evita (Opera North); La Cage aux Folles, Annie, Cats (Theater By The Sea). B.F.A. The Boston Conservatory. ISABELLA WARD (Woodland Creature, Fox, Ensemble). Recent graduate of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (master’s in musical theater). While abroad, she worked with Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures and performed as Doralee Rhodes in 9 to 5 at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. She’s thrilled to be joining the cast of Cinderella and couldn’t have done it without the love and support of her family! Isabellaward.com. DAVID WRIGHT (Footman, Ensemble, Swing). First national tour. Los Angeles, Calif.native. University of California, Irvine for music theater. Recent credits: Tangled the Musical!, Disney Dreams: An Enchanted Classic, the Magic Carpet in Disney’s Aladdin: A Musical Spectacular. He is thrilled to join the cast of Cinderella! “Thank you to my family and friends! Entelechy.”


RODGERS+HAMMERSTEIN'S CINDERELLA WHO’S WHO in the CAST CHARLIE REUTER (Music Director). Conducted the first national tour of Nice Work If You Can Get It. He worked with Trevor Nunn to adapt an original score for Pericles (2016 Drama Desk nominated for Outstanding Music in a Play), served as assistant conductor for the Tony Award-winning musical A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder (The Old Globe) and Dreamgirls (The Muny). He holds an M.F.A. in musical theater from San Diego State University and studied orchestral conducting at Juilliard. Past credits include Peter and the Starcatcher (La Jolla Playhouse), The Light in the Piazza (LPT), How the Grinch Stole Christmas (The Old Globe), Anything Goes (Gateway/Ogunquit playhouses). ABBY L. POWERS (Production Stage Manager). Having toured as a performer, stagehand, choreographer and stage manager, national tour credits include Cats, Catch Me If You Can, West Side Story, Fiddler on the Roof, Ghost, Annie and Joseph and the…Dreamcoat. Thanks Mom and Dad for these traveling tootsies! DAN KELLY (Assistant Stage Manager) is thrilled to be making his national tour debut with Cinderella! New York: Sleep No More, Meet Me at the Fountain (Lincoln Center), The Boy at the Edge of Everything (Lincoln Center), various workshops and readings. Regional: A Flowering Tree (Opera Omaha). Love to his family and friends for their constant support. RODGERS + HAMMERSTEIN (Music, Lyrics & Original Book). After long and highly distinguished careers with other collaborators, Richard Rodgers (composer, 1902–79) and Oscar Hammerstein II (librettist/lyricist, 1895–1960) joined forces in the early ’40s to create the most successful partnership in the American musical theater. Oklahoma! (1943), the first Rodgers & Hammerstein musical, was also the first of a new genre, the musical play, blending Rodgers’ sophisticated style of musical comedy (which he had perfected in a 25-year partnership with lyricist Lorenz Hart) with Hammerstein’s innovations in operetta (conceived in collaboration with such composers as Sigmund Romberg, Vincent Youmans, Rudolf Friml and Jerome Kern). Over the next 16 years, R&H wrote eight more Broadway musicals: Carousel, Allegro, South Pacific, The King and I, Me and Juliet, Pipe Dream, Flower Drum Song and The Sound of Music. They wrote one movie musical, State Fair, subsequently adapted to the stage, and one for television, “Cinderella.” First broadcast live with Julie Andrews in 1957, remade with Lesley Ann Warren (1965), and again with Whitney Houston and Brandy (1997), R&H’s Cinderella made her Broadway debut in 2013. DOUGLAS CARTER BEANE (New Book). Musicals: The Band Wagon (Encores), Cinderella (Tony nom., Best

Book), Lysistrata Jones (Tony nom., Best Book), Sister Act (Tony nom., Best Book) and Xanadu (Tony nom., Best Book; Drama Desk Best Book; Outer Critics Circle Best Musical). Plays: Shows for Days (Lincoln Center), The Nance, The Little Dog Laughed (Tony nom., Olivier nom., GLAAD Media Best Play), As Bees in Honey Drown (Outer Critics Circle Award), Mr. & Mrs. Fitch, Music From a Sparkling Planet, The Country Club, Advice From a Caterpillar, The Cartells. Opera: Die Fledermaus (Met). Revues: White Lies, Mondo Drama. Screenplays: To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar; Advice From a Caterpillar. TV: “The Nance” (PBS). Upcoming: Fairycakes, Robin Hood. Life: Husband Lewis Flinn, son Cooper, daughter Gabrielle. MARK BROKAW (Original Broadway Director).Broadway: Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella, The Lyons, After Miss Julie, The Constant Wife, Reckless, Cry-Baby. New York premieres include works by Douglas Carter Beane, David Auburn, Lynda Barry, Eric Bogosian, Charles Busch, Julia Cho, Lisa Kron, Kenneth Lonergan, Craig Lucas, Nicky Silver, Paula Vogel and Wendy Wasserstein. Regional includes Yale Rep, Guthrie, Seattle Rep, Center Theatre Group, Huntington, La Jolla, Steppenwolf, Sundance Theatre Lab, Kennedy Center Sondheim Celebration and the O’Neill Theatre Conference. He has directed at London’s Donmar Warehouse and Menier Chocolate Factory, Dublin’s Gate Theatre and the Sydney Opera House. Mark is the artistic director of the Yale Institute for Music Theatre. Artistic associate: Roundabout Theatre. GINA RATTAN (Tour Director). Currently directing Jesus Christ Superstar at Pace University. As director: O Beautiful (The University of Illinois), Sweet Tooth (Fringe NYC), How Deep is the Ocean? (NYMF), Twelfth Night (Old Globe). Selected credits as associate director: Matilda The Musical (Broadway); Peter Pan and The Sound of Music (Live on NBC); Soul Doctor (Broadway); Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella (Broadway); Billy Elliot (Broadway); Show Boat (Royal Albert Hall, London); King Lear, The Tempest, How the Grinch Stole Christmas (Old Globe). ginarattan.com. JOSH RHODES (Original Broadway Choreographer). Broadway credits include First Date and Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella (Outer Critic Circle, Astaire Award and Drama Desk nominations). Other stage credits include Company starring Neil Patrick Harris, Sweeney Todd starring Emma Thompson and Sondheim’s 80th Birthday Concert for The New York Philharmonic and PBS. Steve Martin’s Bright Star (Old Globe). Broadway: Three Generations (Kennedy Center), On the Town (L.A. Philharmonic), Working (Old Globe, the Broadway Playhouse in Chicago and the Drama Desk Award-winning production at the Prospect Theater in New York).

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RODGERS+HAMMERSTEIN'S CINDERELLA WHO’S WHO in the CAST LEE WILKINS (Tour Choreographer) was the associate choreographer on the Broadway productions of First Date and Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella as well as Company starring Neil Patrick Harris and Sondheim! The Birthday Concert (Avery Fisher Hall and on PBS), On the Town (Los Angeles Philharmonic) and most recently Bright Star (The Old Globe).

GREG ANTHONY RASSEN (Music Supervisor). Broadway: An American in Paris (original cast recording); Bullets Over Broadway (OCR); The Little Mermaid (OCR); The Book of Mormon, R&H’s Cinderella, A Chorus Line (Revival); Lady Be Good (Encores, OCR). Pianist: New York Pops (Carnegie Hall), National Symphony (Kennedy Center). Arranger/orchestrator: Ashley Brown, Sierra Boggess, Jeremy Jordan, Norm Lewis, Ashford & Simpson, Ozomatli, Darren Criss, Liz Callaway, John Tartaglia, Julia Murney, Michael Cavanaugh, Tony Desare, André Previn, New York Pops, Boston Pops, Philly Pops, Indianapolis Pops. TV: “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” “Live! with Kelly & Michael,” “The View.” Arranger, co-orchestrator for Bandstand on Broadway, 2017. greganthonymusic.com.

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Anything Goes 2011 revival. Grammy nomination co-producer of Nice Work cast album; Emmy nomination, Music Director Michael Feinstein, PBS Special “The Sinatra Legacy”; orchestra arrangements for Josh Groban, Sutton Foster, producer and arranger of Michael Feinstein’s Concord albums, “The Sinatra Project” and “The Good Life”; prolific arranger for the Boston Pops, New York Pops, Hollywood Bowl orchestra and other orchestras. Arrangements for TV and film include “Introducing Dorothy Dandridge,” “Northern Exposure,” Wedding Crashers. DAVID CHASE (Music Adaptation and Arrangements) has been Music Director, Supervisor and/or Arranger for nearly 30 Broadway productions (most recently: Nice Work, How to Succeed…, Anything Goes, Billy Elliot, Evita). Music Director/Arranger for NBC’s live broadcasts of “The Sound of Music” and “Peter Pan.” Also: Guys and Dolls (West End), Boston Pops (Twelve Days of Christmas), Kennedy Center Honors (Barbara Cook). Upcoming: Finding Neverland. Musical training: Biology degree from Harvard University.

DANNY TROOB (Original Orchestrations). His career as a musician includes composing, orchestrating and conducting. Some early credits: Pacific Overtures, The Baker’s Wife (Dance Music), Big River (Music Supervision, Drama Desk Award winner). Orchestrated the animated features Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin and Pocahontas. More recently, Newsies and Aladdin on Broadway, The Little Mermaid worldwide and Dr. Zhivago, opening on Broadway in 2015. It is a thrill to have a Richard Rodgers score to orchestrate.

ANNA LOUIZOS (Set Designer) received Tony nominations for The Mystery of Edwin Drood (2014), In the Heights (2008) and High Fidelity (2007). Broadway: Honeymoon in Vegas, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella, The Performers, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, Avenue Q, Curtains, Baby It’s You!, All About Me, To Be or Not to Be, Steel Magnolias, Golda’s Balcony. Off-Broadway: Sons of the Prophet; Speech and Debate; Altar Boyz; tick, tick…BOOM! Regional: Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn, Fly, the Musical, It Shoulda Been You, Disney’s Aladdin, Winnie The Pooh and The Perfect Day. Art direction: “Sex and the City” (HBO).

BILL ELLIOTT (Tour Orchestrations). Tony-winner An American in Paris, Tony nomination Nice Work If You Can Get It, Encores! Lady Be Good, Chichester Festival Damsel in Distress. Additional orchestrations: Cinderella,

WILLIAM IVEY LONG (Costume Designer) won the 2013 Outer Critics Circle, Drama Desk and Tony awards for Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella. 70 Broadway shows, 13 Tony Award nominations, 6 wins. Mr. Long


RODGERS+HAMMERSTEIN'S CINDERELLA WHO’S WHO in the CAST was inducted into the Theatre Hall of Fame in 2006 and elected Chairman of the American Theatre Wing in 2012. williamiveylong.com. KENNETH POSNER (Lighting Designer) has more than 50 Broadway play and musical theater credits. He designs extensively off-Broadway, for resident theaters and touring productions throughout the United States as well as internationally. Selected Broadway credits: Kinky Boots, Pippin, If/Then, Hairspray, Catch Me If You Can, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Legally Blonde, The Coast of Utopia—Shipwrecked, Other Desert Cities, Harvey and Wicked. He is the recipient of the Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics’ Circle and OBIE awards. NEVIN STEINBERG (Sound Designer) was nominated for a Tony Award for his work on the Broadway production of Cinderella. Recent Broadway: Dear Evan Hansen, Bright Star, Hamilton. Nevin is Audio Consultant for Carnegie Hall’s Isaac Stern Auditorium. Over thirty Broadway productions with Acme Sound Partners and five additional Tony nominations: The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess, Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, Fences, Hair, In The Heights. PAUL HUNTLEY (Hair/Wig Designer). London-born Paul Huntley has worked on hundreds of Broadway shows, including the original productions of Amadeus, Cats, Evita, Les Misérables, The Producers and Hairspray. A recipient of Drama Desk and Tony Awards, his recent projects include The Mystery of Edwin Drood, The Heiress and Nice Work If You Can Get It. ALLIED LIVE (Marketing and Press) is a full-service marketing/advertising agency representing national tours, performing arts institutions and experiential entertainment entities throughout North America. Current touring clients: Hamilton, The Book of Mormon, An American in Paris, Something Rotten!, Rent 20th anniversary tour, Kinky Boots, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder, Mamma Mia!, Motown The Musical, Once, Elf and Irving Berlin’s White Christmas. Upcoming tours include School of Rock and The Humans. THE BOOKING GROUP (Tour Direction) (TBG) is Broadway’s premiere booking agency representing more than 18 Tony Award-winning best musicals and plays since its inception in 1996. TBG has booked several long-running tours such as the “Best Musical of the Century” The Book of Mormon, the most Tony Awardwinning musical in history Mel Brooks’ The Producers, the worldwide hit Mamma Mia!, and the groundbreaking musical Rent. TBG is committed to bringing the best of Broadway to North America and beyond.

JOY DEWING CASTING (Casting Director). Broadway, Off-Broadway, regional theater, dance companies and tours. Currently represented on the road by Annie, Mamma Mia!, Rent and 42nd Street; and Magic Mike Live (Las Vegas). “A single act of kindness throws out roots in all directions, and the roots spring up and make new trees.”—Amelia Earhart. ADAM CALDWELL (for Cindy Tolan Casting) has worked with Cindy Tolan since 2005. Broadway: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, Betrayal, Cinderella, The Performers, Lysistrata Jones, Relatively Speaking, That Championship Season, A View from the Bridge, All My Sons, Avenue Q and Xanadu. Previous productions with Vineyard Theatre, Bay Street, Dallas Theater Center, Two River and Lincoln Center Theater. Film: This Is Where I Leave you, The Place Beyond the Pines, Beasts of the Southern Wild, Winter’s Tale, The Reluctant Fundamentalist, Blue Valentine, Another Happy Day, It’s Kind of a Funny Story, Letters to Juliet, The Private Lives of Pippa Lee, Starting Out in the Evening, Death of a President, The Darjeeling Limited. Upcoming films: Katie Says Goodbye, Breakable You, Wildling. Television: “Odd Mom Out,” “Deadbeat,” “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” “Flight of the Conchords” and multiple HBO pilots. Member of CSA. JUSTIN T. SCHOLL (Company Manager). Excited to be joining the Work Light Productions team. Broadway: Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill. Tours: Shrek the Musical (international), Disney’s Beauty and The Beast (international), Flashdance: The Musical (national), Elf (national), Broadway Rox (concert tour), Memphis the Musical (national). Love to Sydney, Mom, Dad and Cookie. ROBYN GOODMAN (Original Broadway Producer/ Aged In Wood) produced two Tony Award-winning musicals, Avenue Q and In the Heights. Also, Altar Boyz, tick, tick…BOOM!, High Fidelity, American Idiot and West Side Story. Plays include Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, Metamorphoses, Red Light Winter, Steel Magnolias and 50 productions as Founder/Artistic Director of Second Stage Theatre. Currently she is the Consultant and Artistic Producer of the Underground Series at Roundabout Theatre Company and Executive Producer of The Bucks County Playhouse. JILL FURMAN (Original Broadway Producer) received the 2008 Tony Award for Best Musical for In the Heights. Other Broadway credits include Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella, The Heiress, Seminar, West Side Story, The Drowsy Chaperone, Sly Fox and Fortune’s Fool. Off-Broadway credits include On the Line and Adult Entertainment. Jill also produces the hip-hop comedy group Freestyle Love Supreme, both a live show and a tv

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RODGERS+HAMMERSTEIN'S CINDERELLA series, currently airing on the Pivot Network. In 2011 Jill received the Robert Whitehead Award for Outstanding Achievement in Commercial Theatre Producing. Member: National Board of Review of Motion Pictures. STEPHEN KOCIS (Original Broadway Producer) is Vice President of Aged In Wood, LLC, a Broadway production company which has been involved in such hits as Avenue Q and In the Heights (both recipients of the Tony Award for Best Musical). Other Broadway credits include Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, American Idiot, Barefoot in the Park (Assoc. Prod.) and Steel Magnolias (Assoc. Prod.). Off- Broadway: Altar Boyz; tick, tick…BOOM! General Manager: The Performers. He is also a Producer at the historic Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope, Pa., celebrating its 75th Anniversary season. WORK LIGHT PRODUCTIONS (Producer). Dedicated to creating and producing live enter- tainment. In addition to Cinderella, productions include Motown, Something Rotten!, Rent, Mamma Mia!, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas and Crazy for You. Created the new a cappella group Vocalosity with Deke Sharon and is developing a new stage play based on the Paramount movie Clue. Produced Julie Andrews—The Gift of Music with performances at The Hollywood Bowl and London’s O2 Arena. Other recent touring productions include the Tony Award-winners American Idiot, In the Heights and Avenue Q. WLP is led by founding partner and President Stephen Gabriel and Vice President Nancy Gabriel. worklightproductions.com.

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RODGERS+HAMMERSTEIN'S CINDERELLA PRODUCTION STAFF FOR CINDERELLA GENERAL MANAGEMENT WORK LIGHT PRODUCTIONS Stephen Gabriel  Nancy Gabriel  Scott Seay  Anièle Fortin Kevin Greene  Courtney King Emily Miller  Carolyn Smith TECHNICAL SUPERVISION PORT CITY TECHNICAL Rhys Williams  Mike East  Mackenzie Foster Wade Jolly  Rossella Human  Susie Prueter PRODUCTION Assistant Director.......................................................Haley Bennett Directing Interns...............................Jack Broderick, Katy Hinton Assistant Choreographer............................................Eric Johnson Associate Set Designer......................................Adam Karavatakis Associate Lighting Designer.........................................John Viesta Assistant Lighting Designer........................................... Tyler Perry Associate Sound Designer......................................David Thomas WIL Studios - Director............................................Donald Sanders Associate Costume Designer..........................................Tom Beall Assistant Hair & Wig Designer................... Giovanna Calabretta CASTING JOY DEWING CASTING Joy Dewing, CSA  Kevin Metzger-Timson ORIGINAL CASTING CINDY TOLAN CASTING Cindy Tolan  Adam Caldwell Cynthia Degros  Jenny Ravitz TOUR PRESS AND MARKETING ALLIED LIVE Laura Matalon  Marya Peters Sarah Dahlberg  Jacqueline Smith Doug Blemker  Mary Alyce Blum Andrew Damer  John Gilmour Jennifer Gallagher  Meghan McDonald Anne Dailey Meyer  Anne Waisanen TOUR BOOKING AGENCY THE BOOKING GROUP Meredith Blair  Mollie Mann Brian Brooks  Rich Rundle www.thebookinggroup.com Legal Counsel.......................................Levine Plotkin Menin, LLP, Loren Plotkin, Hailey Ferber Accounting....................................................WithumSmith+Brown Robert Fried, CPA, Karen Kowgios, CPA, Anthony Moore, CPA Controller.............................................Galbraith & Co Kenny Noth Merchandising.......................................................The Araca Group Insurance.................... Maury, Donnelly and Parr Bob Middleton Banking........................................................................Signature Bank Tomas Kasulka, Margaret Monigan

Payroll.................................................................PEOPLE/Kim Merhar Travel Agent.......................................................................Road Rebel Trucking & Hauling.................................................... Janco Limited Company Manager................................................... Justin T. Scholl Production Stage Manager...................................Abby L. Powers Assistant Stage Manager...................................................Dan Kelly Production Assistant...............................................Kaleigh Bernier Dance Captain.................................................................Emily Renier Assistant Dance Captain..................................... Taylor N. Daniels Head Carpenter......................................................... Dan Laushman Assistant Carpenter/Flywoman.......................... Lisa Lepoidevin Assistant Carpenter........................................................ Lucy Briggs Head Electrician..................................................Michael Anderson Assistant Electrician....................................................Aaron Walchli Head Sound............................................................. Anthony Cuozzo Assistant Sound...................................................Thomas Stephens Head Props..................................................................John Mark Zink Head Wardrobe...........................................................Brian Johnson Assistant Wardrobe................................................ Stephen Lieboff 2nd Assistant Wardrobe.............................................. Jay Sangster Head Hair and Makeup.................................................. Rae Phillips Production Electrician............................................. Dawn Kenseth Production Sound................................................. Anthony Cuozzo Production Photography...........................................Carol Rosegg CREDITS Automation by Tait Towers. Lighting equipment from Christie Lighting. Sound equipment from PRG Audio. Carriage, horses and pumpkin by Costume Armor. Costumes by Euro Co Costumes Inc., Jennifer Love Costumes, Parsons-Meares Ltd., Prince Armory, Tricorne Inc, Dallas Theater Center Costume Shop, Deanna Rowe, Katrina Patterns. Millinery by Rodney Gordon Millinery. Dance shoes by TO Dey, LaDuca, World Tone. Undergarmets and hosiery by Bra*Tenders. Custom painting by Jeff Fender Studio. Custom jewelry by Lawrence Vrba. Special thanks to David Kaley. Props by Prop n Spoon and BrentBri Properties. Scenery by Hudson Scenic, Show Motion, and TTS Studios. Rigging by Port City Equipment Rental. The Director and Choreographer are members of the Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers, Inc., an independent national labor union. United Scenic Artists represents the designers and scenic painters for the American Theatre. Backstage and Front of the House Employees are represented by the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (or I.A.T.S.E.).

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RIVERCENTER’S MARQUEE SOCIETY The Marquee Society is comprised of donors who invest a minimum of $1,000 to the RiverCenter mission each season.

Every aspect of the Marquee Society emblem has a special meaning. The gears represent our mill history and the collaboration of the Columbus Challenge.The bee in its hive is a powerful symbol of the workers who built the city and RiverCenter. The blue represents our connection to the mighty river and the creative flow of the arts. The gold represents your annual investment and commitment to quality. Each Marquee Society member embodies the spirit and sentiment of this design.

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RiverCenter Volunteers Made up of devoted, conscientious supporters of the arts, the members of RiverCenter Volunteers work tirelessly in support of the many programs, projects, and activities that RiverCenter produces or hosts. A major portion of the volunteers’ efforts involves ushering at events and assuring that all patrons have an enjoyable experience each time they visit RiverCenter. To receive information about River­Center Volunteers call Heather Watson at 706-256-3652. Mary Ann Alexander Nina Alexander Shelley Anderson Lori Bailey Edie Barber Sandra Barker Belinda Barron Susan Benson Sinnie Borel Ann Bowden Gail Brantley Marie Brooks Christina Brown Eloisa Brown Carl Burell Pat Burell Judith Burgess Trinna Bustamante Cynthia Cain Ann Carlisle Bobbie Carter Ricky Chambers Vivian Chambers Philip Chan Laura Chandler Eva Chappelle John Chappelle Levonia Cochran Latrella Conwell Denise Cook Gabriel Couroux Sandra Couroux Shirley Covington Gregory Crockett Brenda DeRamus Pixie Dillard Linda Duncan Eileen Edwards Pat Etemadi Linda Fannin Connie Farrow

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Charlotte McShurley Cheryl Meyers Debra Miller Edie Miller Sharon Mosely Sheila Murphy Mary Nell Nail Linda Nerness Mary Noles Barbara Nye Julius Otero Charlotte Pace Ethel Pate Ethel Patrick Chyll Perry Lorene Peterson Socorro Pope Thomas Pope Adrien Rameau Paulette Rameau Kitrina Ray Joyce Richburg Beverly Riley Sonjia Roberts Sierra Roberts Dianne Robinson Linda Rumold Wanda Rutledge Sandy Saling Dolores Sanchez Beverly Schlitzkus Charlie Scott Susie Scott Sandra Severt Sandra Shackelford Betty Shaw Sabrina Shine Nancy Shipman Miriam Short Sara Silva Louise Simmons

Barbara Singleton Sylvia Sledge Rose Slonaker Donna Smith Eva Smith Judy Smith John Soltau Tess Soltau Alice Spengler Louise Spivey Gail Stafford John Stafford Malinda Stovall Rose Sullivan Edweena Thomas Brenda Thompson Karin Thompson Mona Thorington Melode Thornton Marion Tiemeyer Carolyn Tigner Jim Tjoflat Nancy Tjoflat Connie Ussery Ron Ussery Irina Veschi Annice Walker Katherine Walker Sophia Walker Geraldine Watson Howard Watson Tom Wierzbicki Renate Wiley Carol Williams Juanita Williams Walter Williams Jane Wilson Yulane Wilson Fred Young Frank Zylstra Gayle Zylstra


2017 RiverCenter Board of Trustees Mrs. Susan Lawhorne, Chair Mr. Richard Hare, Past Chair Mr. Alex Shalishali, Vice Chair Mr. Dave Troxel, Treasurer Mrs. Becky Rumer, Secretary Mr. Norman S. Easterbrook, Executive Director, CEO Dr. Frank Brown Dr. Max Burr Mr. Stephen Butler Mr. Gardiner Garrard Mrs. Dale Goldsmith

Mr. Isiah Harper, III Dr. Tom Helton Dr. William P. Kendall Mr. Gene Perkins Mrs. Lucia Reed Mrs. Linda Shinkle Ms. Judy Thomas Mr. Wright Waddell Ms. Teresa White Mr. Troy Woods Mr. Jimmy Yancey

RiverCenter Administration & Staff EXECUTIVE GROUP Norman S. Easterbrook, Executive Director, CEO John Camp, Production Director Cherwanda Jones, Operations Director Rick McKnight, Education Director Jannina Marion, Director of Business Affairs, CFO Lauren Minter, Advancement Director Jim Rutland, Program Director ADVANCEMENT Lauren Minter, Advancement Director Nalisa Capers, Marketing Manager Gina Tew, Marketing Specialist Tieanna Graphenreed, Advancement Assistant BUSINESS AFFAIRS Jannina McPherson, Director of Business Affairs, CFO Saida Wilson, Accounting Coordinator & HR Assistant Mahalia Dawes, Administrative Assistant BOX OFFICE Jennifer Graham, Box Office Manager Indya Bussey, Assistant Box Office Manager Kayla Reid, Ticketing Associate Molly Burch, Ticketing Associate Rebekah “Chase” Worthey, Ticketing Associate Zamar Griffin, Ticketing Associate De'Marcus Monroe, Ticketing Associate Shonda Dugan, Ticketing Associate

OPERATIONS Cherwanda Jones, Operations Director Seth Burgamy, Events Manager Veronica Frazier, Facility Coordinator Marion Fletcher, Facility Services Specialist Ishmun Holcomb, Events Assistant Heather Watson, House Manager/Volunteer Coord. Billy Johnson, Security Lead Terry Karnes, Security Officer PRODUCTION John Camp, Production Director John (J.D.) Davis, Technical Director John Land, Stage Manager Austin Phillips, Stage Coordinator Lance Fraker, Audio Coordinator Randall Baptiste, Lighting Coordinator PROGRAMMING & EDUCATION Jim Rutland, Program Director Rick McKnight, Education Director

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Ticket Information The RiverCenter box office has tickets available for these series and events: TSYS Broadway on Broad­way, Synovus Center Stage, RiverCenter Music, Discovery Matinees, and Spotlight Spe­ cials. Tickets also are available for programs presented by the Columbus Symphony Orches­tra, CSU Schwob School of Music, and various thirdparty presen­ters. The box office accepts cash, and all major credit cards: VISA, Master­Card, American Ex­press and Discover.

SINGLE TICKETS—Single tickets to individual RiverCenter events may be purchased without a service charge at the box office at the corner of Broadway and Tenth Street. For a service charge, tickets also may be purchased online at tickets. com. GROUP DISCOUNTS—Most RiverCenter events offer discounts on indi­vidual tickets sold to groups of 10 or more. For information call 706256-3612.

TICKETS AT THE DOOR—Tickets to events that are not sold-out may be purchased at the box of- SPECIAL DISCOUNTS—Patrons must come to fice beginning one hour before the start of the the box office to take ad­vantage of most special promotions and dis­counts. Mil­i­tary, Public event. Service, Educator and Senior discounts are avail­ SEASON TICKETS—Season tickets may be pur- able on single ticket purchases to most events. chased at the box office by telephone (706-256- Student Rush prices are available all day on 3632) or with order forms in RiverCenter publi­ the day-of-show at most events. Patrons using cations and mailings. vouchers or gift certificates should note dead­ lines and restrictions that apply. No refunds are CUSTOM COMBOS—Tickets to single River- given for ticket price variances or special offers. Center events may be pur­chased at a savings as Custom Combos. A Custom Combo con­sists of at least one ticket to each of at least three events per patron.

Important Information EMERGENCY NOTIFICATIONS—The RiverCenter emer­gency phone number is 706-256-3610. BOX OFFICE—The box office at RiverCenter, lo- Please pro­vide this number and your seat located at the corner of Broadway and Tenth Street, cation to your personal contacts or child care is open Monday–Friday, 10:00 am to 5:30 pm. It providers. opens one hour before each performance and remains open through inter­mission. The box office HOUSE RULES is not open on federal holdays unless there is an NO BABIES IN ARMS—Everyone attending a event that day. ticketed event, including all children regardless FREE PARKING—Parking is available in the of age, must have a ticket. parking garage directly in front of RiverCenter, BACKSTAGE AREAS RESTRICTED—For safety and 900 Broad­way. Parking for those with disabili- security and out of respect for performers’ prities is avail­able in front of RiverCenter’s main vacy, patrons are not given access to backstage entrance. The garage is managed by the City of areas be­fore or after performances. Columbus, not RiverCenter. HOUSE OPENING AND LATE ARRIVALS— IN CASE OF EMERGENCY RiverCenter’s Grand Lobby opens one hour prior FIRE NOTICE—Exits are indicated by red “exit” to events and seating begins approximately signs. In case of fire or other emergency, please 30 min­utes before curtain. At the discretion of do not run, but walk to the exit nearest to your house man­agement and in compliance with artists’ con­tractual agreements, latecomers will seat.

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be seated at appropri­ate intervals during events. These items are retained by Security for sixty Latecomers may be seated near the entry doors days then donated to Valley Rescue Mission, Inc. out of cour­tesy to performers and other patrons. Own­ers may claim lost items by calling 706-2563610. PROHIBITED EQUIPMENT—Please be courteous RENT A VENUE and turn off devices such as cell phones and pagers. Photography and record­ing is prohibited in Bill Heard Theatre, Studio Theatre, and/or Legacy the theatres. Hall—Call 706-256-3607 regarding availability SMOKE-FREE POLICY—RiverCenter is a smoke- of specific dates on the RiverCenter master calfree facility. Smoking is permitted in outdoor ar- endar. Complete rental fees and policies can be found on rivercenter.org. eas only. Thank you for your cooperation. PATRONS ROOM—The Patrons Room on the mezzanine level may be reserved for private funcBAR SERVICE—Bar service is available in the tions by RiverCenter Members and Partners. For Grand Lobby prior to the start and during inter­ information call Jim Rutland at 706-256-3607. missions of most RiverCenter events. Food and drink is not permit­ted in the theatres. ILLGES PLAZA—Event and green space on 10th St. on North Side of Center may be reserved for COURTESY CUPS—Refillable Courtesy Cups will special events. Call 706-256-3607. now be sold at RiverCenter concessions for $10 each. These cups will be allowed into Bill Heard IMPORTANT NUMBERS Theatre during select RiverCenter performances. Outside beverages are not permitted. Emergency������������������������������������706-256-3610 ELEVATOR—A patron elevator is located between Event Information ������������������������706-256-3612 the entrances to Bill Heard Theatre and Studio The- Ticket Information�������������������������888-332-5200 atre. Season Ticket Purchases���������������706-256-3632 Group Sales����������������������������������706-256-3612 WHEELCHAIRS—Wheelchairs are available for pa­trons needing help getting to or from seating. Rentals������������������������������������������706-256-3607 Ushers will provide assistance. Volunteer Office����������������������������706-256-3652 AUDIO AIDS—Subject to availability, infrared lis­ Development��������������������������������706-256-3653 tening devices are available for hearing impaired Marketing�������������������������������������706-256-3657 patrons. They may be obtained free of charge by Advertising�����������������������������������706-256-3653 presenting personal identification to ushers. ArtsReach��������������������������������������706-256-3607 LOST AND FOUND—Lost items should be given to an usher for storing with RiverCenter Security.

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Applause, the program guide for RiverCenter for the Performing Arts, is published periodically by RiverCenter, Inc. and distributed to patrons of season shows. Graphic design and typography by Tieanna Graphenreed. Each issue includes program and performer information for a group of contemporaneous performances and general information about RiverCenter program­ming, facilities, donor members, sponsors and staff. Cover art by Nalisa Capers. 67


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Applause Program Guide Issue No. 78  

Program Guide for RiverCenter's season finale show, Cinderella.

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