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The 2013 Season

Upcoming Special Events at the F.M. Kirby Shakespeare Theatre


An all new collection of delightfully chilling readings from classic ghost and horror tales.

Wicked This Way Comes October 28 7:30 p.m.

Something Merr y This Way Comes

December 16 7:30 p.m.

Features a joyful cornucopia of sparkling and inspiring holiday tales, songs, and poems.

Spotlight on Education The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey is a leader in arts education, offering a wide variety of interdisciplinary programs for students, educators, artists-in-training and the general public. The residency program was the first program for young people established by Bonnie Monte when she took over leadership of The Shakespeare Theatre in 1991. Since then it has evolved into our single most impactful program for students and teachers alike.

PAGES TO PLAYERS: Shakespeare Residency -The Pages to Players in-school residency engages students in a performance-based exploration of a single Shakespeare play, culminating in a final presentation of an abridged version of the play for their peers, parents, and/or members of the community. -These three- to five-week residencies take place during the school day (often during the Language Arts class period) with an entire grade level; usually grades four through six. -Pages to Players residencies can accommodate anywhere from 20 to over 100 students, with every young person participating daily and in the final presentation. -The primary focus of the residency is on using the skills involved in live performance as the tools for achieving greater proficiency and pleasure in the study of the English language generally, and Shakespeare in particular. -This program has proven ideal for unwilling readers and students with special needs who may struggle in a regular classroom setting. The residency experience opens unexpected pathways into language for these students. -Partnership with the classroom teachers has included the creation of creative writing assignments, Shakespeare Journals, special art projects, research presentations based on the play, and even interactive Shakespeare blogs; all while meeting key components of the Common Core Standards.

THE MINI RESIDENCY: Shakespeare Intensive Residency

-This second model uses a smaller portion of text (a short scene or monologue) and takes place over two to five class sessions with a smaller group of students; usually 15–30 students -The same basic skills for reading, speaking and performing the text are introduced as with the full-length residency. -The script-in-hand presentations for this Mini Residency have included the opening street scene from Romeo and Juliet, the senate scene from Julius Caesar and the fairy kingdom feud from A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Both of these programs are ideal forums in which students are not only excited about the classics, but it also provides them with the opportunity to make Shakespeare their own.


Pages Players to

In-School Residencies: Leaves the desks behind with a performance-based approach to learning designed to excite students about Shakespeare

ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE, INCLUDE: -The Junior and Senior Shakespeare Corps: Two- and three-week summer sessions for students 11–17. -The Shakespeare Theatre Academy: Spring and fall classes for youth and adults. Topics range from stage combat to Shakespeare scene studies to college audition techniques. -The Student Matinee Series: Student groups attend our professional Main Stage productions and have a chance to talk with the artists following the performance. -Shakespeare LIVE!: This in-school Shakespeare touring program brings Shakespeare to life for young people in dynamic one-hour productions and engaging workshops.

Visit or call 973-845-6746 or email for information. PHOTOS: Residency photos by Samuel Allen, Meredith Keffer, Joe Geinert.


Board of Trustees The Honorable Thomas H. Kean Honorary Chairman John Rathgeber President John Barr, III Jeanne Barrett David N. Bradford Vivian A. Bull* Bob Conley* Patricia A. Connell James M. Deaver Frank DiPrima

Suzanne Engel Sarah Fargo Richard Fuchs James R. Gillen T. Randolph Harris James B. Kobak Thomas W. Keffer Gregory McCarthy

Joseph McDonald Richard B. McGlynn Bonnie J. Monte Edward Ng James Pohlman Philip Rosenbach Rick Sordelet Ken Wasik

*Honorary Board Member

Trustees Emeritus: S. Dillard Kirby

Heath McLendon

Karl Meister

Founded in 1963 by Paul Barry and Philip Dorian, The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey is the State’s largest professional theatre company dedicated to Shakespeare’s canon and other world classics. Now in its 51st season, the Theatre is one of the leading Shakespeare theatres in the nation, and the longest-running on the East Coast. Designated a Major Arts Institution by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, the company is a member of the New Jersey The­atre Alliance, the state­wide as­so­ci­a­tion of pro­fes­sion­al theatres; a constituent of Theatre Com­mu­ni­ca­tions Group (TCG), the national organization for non-profit theatres; and a member of ArtPRIDE New Jersey, the Shakespeare Theatre Association, and the Madison Arts and Culture Alliance. The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey is committed to creating an environment that is accessible to everyone. Our Main Stage venue, the F.M. Kirby Shakespeare Theatre, is fully accessible to persons with disabilities.

THE SHAKESPEARE THEATRE OF NEW JERSEY 36 Madison Avenue, Madison, NJ 07940

Box Office: 973-408-5600

THE SHAKESPEARE THEATRE OF NEW JERSEY BONNIE J. MONTE is now in her 23rd season as the company’s Artistic Director.  Under her leadership, the Theatre has evolved into one of the largest and most respected classical theatres in the nation.  Ms. Monte has garnered national recognition for her highly successful revitalization of the institution, and for her outstanding commitment to arts education and professional training.  Ms. Monte has made The Shakespeare Theatre one of the nation’s leading training grounds for emerging classic theatre artists.   During her more than two decades at the helm, the institution successfully completed a major capital campaign resulting in the complete renovation and expansion of the F. M. Kirby Shakespeare Theatre in 1998, and in 2002, the Theatre’s 40th anniversary year, she initiated a new partnership with the College of Saint Elizabeth, attaining a second performance venue for the organization: the Outdoor Stage, a unique and stunning Greek amphitheatre. That same year, The Star-Ledger named the company “Regional Theatre of the Year,” and The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation awarded The Shakespeare Theatre a prestigious Strategic Partnership Grant in the amount of $1 million.  In its January 2003 issue, New Jersey Monthly named Ms. Monte one of “40 New Jerseyans We Love.” She has received numerous awards and honors including a Women of Achievement Award, sponsored by the New Jersey General Assembly; an Alumni Achievement Award from Bethany College in West Virginia; and a Person of the Year Award from the National Society of Arts and Letters, for her longtime efforts to nurture young artists. She has also been named Professional Artist of the Year by the Arts Council of the Morris Area, and one of the 25 Most Influential People in the Arts in New Jersey by The Star-Ledger. Prior to arriving in New Jersey, Ms. Monte was a casting director at the prestigious Manhattan Theatre Club in New York City. From 1981 to 1989, she was Associate Artistic Director at the Williamstown Theatre Festival in Massachusetts, working closely with renowned Artistic Director Nikos Psacharopoulos. While there, Ms. Monte helped initiate and implement many new programs, including a second stage and an outdoor free theatre. In 1982, she was part of a writing team, which included Psacharopoulos and Tennessee Williams, collaborating on Tennessee Williams: A Celebration, a major retrospective tribute to

Mr. Williams’ entire literary canon. During her tenure at Williamstown, Ms. Monte also cast and helped produce joint ventures with other major theatres, including Sweet Bird of Youth at the Royal Alexandra Theatre in Toronto, A Streetcar Named Desire on Broadway at Circle-in-theSquare, The Glass Menagerie at The Long Wharf Theatre, and Arms and the Man at The Pasadena Playhouse. Since 1990, she has directed over 50 productions for The Shakespeare Theatre, including stagings of numerous Shakespeare plays, as well as a number of plays from the Russian classic canon with a focus on Chekov and Ostrovsky.  Her special affinity for Tennessee Williams has resulted in highly acclaimed productions of A Streetcar Named Desire, Camino Real and Sweet Bird of Youth.  She also directed shows for the Theatre’s Shakespeare LIVE! touring company including The Myths of Ancient Greece: Old Echoes, New Ears, which she also authored. She has created a number of original translations/ adaptations for the company’s main and outdoor stages, including Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, Marivaux’s The Triumph of Love, Pirandello’s Enrico IV, Ostrovsky’s Artists and Admirers, Maeterlinck’s The Blue Bird, Verne’s Around the World in Eighty Days, and Goldoni’s The Servant of Two Masters, which was recently published by Playscripts, Inc.   Ms. Monte has been actively involved in the training of new talent for the American stage through numerous training programs for over 30 years, and has also engaged in residencies at the University of South Carolina, where she directed The Trojan Women, and the University of Notre Dame, where she directed The Bacchae.  She has been on the faculty of Drew University and The New School in Manhattan. Ms. Monte obtained a postgraduate conservatory degree in directing from The Hartman Conservatory and a B.A. in theatre from Bethany College in Bethany, West Virginia. She has Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degrees from Drew University and the College of Saint Elizabeth.  She is originally from Stamford, Connecticut.

Bonnie J. Monte, Artistic Director and Jeanne Barrett, Managing Director present

OUR TOWN By Thornton Wilder directed by

JOSEPH DISCHER scenic designer

costume designer


CHARLIE CALVERT dialect coach


sound designer


lighting designer

MATTHEW ADELSON production stage manager


* Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers.

OUR TOWN © 1938, 1957 The Wilder Family LLC Copyright agent: Alan Brodie Representation Ltd

The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s programs are made possible, in part, by funding from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, as well as funds from the National Endowment for the Arts. Additional major support is received from The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, the F.M. Kirby Foundation, The Edward T. Cone Foundation, The Shubert Foundation, The CTW Foundation, and Drew University as well as other numerous corporations, foundations, government agencies, and individuals.

Cover illustration by Scott McKowen

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On the Main Stage: F. M. Kirby Shakespeare Theatre

October 17 — November 17, 2013



(in order of appearance) Stage Manager...................................................................................... Philip Goodwin* Dr. Gibbs................................................................................................. Malachy Cleary* Joe Crowell...............................................................................................Jeff Gonzalez Howie Newsome.............................................................................................Jake Berger Mrs. Gibbs.................................................................................................. Marion Adler* Mrs. Webb......................................................................................... Allison Daugherty* George Gibbs.......................................................................................Jordan Coughtry* Rebecca Gibbs................................................................................. Rebecca Gray Davis Wally Webb..........................................................................................Isaac Allen Miller Emily Webb....................................................................................................Nisi Sturgis* Professor Willard........................................................................................Glenn Beatty Mr. Webb....................................................................................... James Michael Reilly* Simon Stimson.........................................................................................Mark H. Dold* Mrs. Soames..................................................................................................Eileen Glenn Constable Warren.................................................................................Terence Gleeson Si Crowell.................................................................................................Jeff Gonzalez Sam Craig.................................................................................................Justin R. Waldo Joe Stoddard...............................................................................................Joseph Hamel A Man Among the Dead...........................................................................Glenn Beatty A Woman Among the Dead.........................................................Jean Burton Walker Mr. Carter.........................................................................................Edward McEneaney

The entire play takes place in Grover’s Corners, New Hampshire.

There will be two 10-minute intermissions * denotes member of Actors’ Equity Association







MARION ADLER (Mrs. Gibbs) is in her third season with The Shakespeare Theatre. Company credits: The Winter’s Tale, Midsummer Night’s Dream as well as the musical Enter the Guardsman for which she wrote the lyrics. At Shakespeare Santa Cruz for three seasons she appeared in Loves Labours Lost, Othello, The Man in the Iron Mask, Henry IV, Part Two, and Henry V. Other Shakespeare roles include King Lear, Romeo and Juliet, As You Like It, and Twelfth Night (Stratford Festival of Canada). Other favourite productions include Candida, The Rivals, Into the Woods, and her own musical, Gunmetal Blues in which she starred as The Blonde in the Off-Broadway production. MALACHY CLEARY (Dr. Gibbs) is in his first season at The Shakespeare Theatre. This marks his second time playing Doc Gibbs and sixth working on Wilder. Recently he was Carl the driver in Bus Stop at Centerstage, Mirabell in The Way of the World, and Trigorin in The Seagull at World’s End Theatre. Additional credits: Theatreworks, Syracuse Stage, Virginia Stage, Actors’ Theatre of Louisville, The Asolo Repertory Theatre, Olney Theatre, Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, Fleetwood Stage, Players Theatre, TheatreFest, Seattle Rep, Long Wharf Theatre Company, Dallas Theater Center, The McCarter Theatre, and Williamstown Theatre Festival. Off- Broadway: The Field at The Irish Rep, Belmont Ave Social Club with The Working Theatre, Negro Ensemble Company, Ma- Yi, New Georges, South Street Theatre, Rattlestick, and Manhattan Theatre Club. Broadway: Understudy in Our Town at Westport Country Playhouse with Paul Newman, and Mastergate. TV: 666 Park Ave., Unforgettable, Onion News Network as David Barrodale - “ In the Know,” Boardwalk Empire as Warren Harding, One Life to Live, White Collar, The Sopranos, Rescue Me, Novel Reflections, numerous episodes of Law and Order and many commercials. Film: Taking Woodstock with director Ang Lee. JORDAN COUGHTRY (George Gibbs) is in his eighth season with The Shakespeare Theatre. Company credits: Trelawny of the Wells, Romeo and Juliet, Amadeus, Henry VI: Blood & Roses, Cymbeline, and The Merry Wives of Windsor on the Main Stage, The Servant of Two Masters on the Outdoor Stage, Hamlet and A Midsummer Night’s Dream with Shakespeare LIVE!, and Henry V and The Beggar’s Opera with the Next Stage Ensemble. New York credits: Murder in the Cathedral and The Less We Talk (Hoi Polloi) and Be Story Free (InVerse Theatre). Regional credits: Failure: A Love Story, Macbeth, and The Comedy of Errors (Illinois Shakespeare Festival), Red (Theatreworks), Twelfth Night (Westport Country Playhouse), Emma (Pioneer Theatre Company), Richard III and Twelfth Night (Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre), Candida (Two River Theatre Company), All’s Well that Ends Well and Hamlet (Alabama Shakespeare Festival), and Love’s Labour’s Lost (The Shakespeare Theatre/RSC). ALLISON DAUGHERTY (Mrs. Webb) is in her seventh season with The Shakespeare Theatre. Company credits: The Time of Your Life, The Merry Wives of Windsor, The Country

THE SHAKESPEARE THEATRE OF NEW JERSEY Wife, Comedy of Errors, Henry IV, Part One, Macbeth, and Much Ado About Nothing. Broadway credits: Holiday and An Ideal Husband, directed by Sir Peter Hall. Off-Broadway credits: Change, Play with the Penguin, As Bees in Honey Drown and The Country Club. Regional credits: Nellie Mann in Tales from Hollywood (The Guthrie Theater), Kyra in Skylight (Actor’s Theatre of Louisville), Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing, Hamlet, Autumn Elegy, The American Clock, and The Legend of Oedipus (Williamstown Theatre Festival). Film credits: I Dreamed of Africa (Sony Pictures) and Hi-Life (Lions Gate). On television: Third Watch, Sex and the City, Spin City, Hack, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, The Guiding Light, and The Harder They Fall (BBC). Allison was a featured comedienne on Comedy Central, studied in England, and is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College. MARK H. DOLD (Simon Stimson) is in his third season with The Shakespeare Theatre. Company credits: Cymbeline and Amadeus, both directed by Mr. Discher. Broadway and OffBroadway highlights: Absurd Person Singular at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre; two years as C.S. Lewis in Freud’s Last Session at New World Stages; Shockheaded Peter at The Little Shubert; several productions with New York Shakespeare Festival including The Seagull with Meryl Streep at the Delacorte Theatre; Race, The Winter’s Tale, and The Age of Iron with the Classic Stage Company; Manhattan Theatre Club; and Theatre for a New Audience. Regional highlights: Eight seasons as an Associate Artist at Barrington Stage Company. Premieres of Lynne Nottage’s Las Meninas, Frank McGuinness’ adaptation of Hecuba, Patrick Marber’s Dealer’s Choice, Craig Lucas’ The Singing Forest, and Michael Hollinger’s Opus. Television, film and web credits: Ironside, Suits, It Could Be Worse, recurring role on All My Children, Gossip Girl, Third Watch, Conviction, the Law & Order trinity, The House of Mirth, The Progressives, Say You’ll Be Mine, and Charlie’s Party. Awards: 2011 Off-Broadway Alliance Award, Connecticut Critics Circle Award, and The San Diego Critics Circle Award. Mark is a graduate of Boston University, The Yale School of Drama, and a member of The Actors Center Workshop Company. PHILIP GOODWIN (Stage Manager) is in his fourth season with The Shakespeare Theatre. Company credits: A Christmas Carol, Accidental Death of an Anarchist, and The Little Foxes. Broadway credits: Tartuffe, The Diary of Anne Frank, and The School for Scandal. Off-Broadway credits: King Lear, Pericles, Macbeth, and Hamlet (The Public), Grace (MCC Theater), The Room/Celebration (Atlantic Theatre Company), Drowning (Signature Theatre), The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek (New York Theatre Workshop), Cymbeline, Troilus and Cressida, Double Falsehood (Classic Stage Company), and Henry VI (Drama Desk nomination as Henry VI at Theater for a New Audience). As a company member of the Shakespeare Theatre Company, he received Helen Hayes Awards for Twelfth Night, Timon of Athens, and An Enemy of the People. Other regional credits: Kennedy Center, Studio Theatre DC, Hartford Stage, Guthrie Theater, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Portland Stage, Intiman Theatre, and The Acting Company. Film and TV credits: The Pink Panther, The Pink Panther 2, Diary of a City Priest, Men in Black II, and Law & Order. JAMES MICHAEL REILLY (Mr. Webb) is in his twenty-first season with The Shakespeare Theatre. Company credits: To Kill a Mockingbird, The Taming of the Shrew (2010 and 1993), The Grapes of Wrath, The Comedy of Errors, The Rivals, and The Three Sisters, among many others on the Main Stage; That Scoundrel Scapin and The Grouch on the Outdoor Stage. Tours: West Side Story (Europe). Off-Broadway credits: The Comedy of Errors with Aquila Theatre Company. Regional credits: Bob Cratchit in A Christmas Carol (with music), Dan Needham in A Prayer for Owen Meany, and Lingk in Glengarry Glen Ross at The Denver Center Theatre

THE SHAKESPEARE THEATRE OF NEW JERSEY Company; Amos Hart in Chicago at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina; E.K. Hornbeck in Inherit the Wind at Geva Theatre; Charles in Blithe Spirit, Serge in ‘Art’ at the Delaware Theatre Company; Lodovico in Othello and Marley in A Christmas Carol at Indiana Repertory Theatre; and Felix in The Odd Couple with the Human Race Theatre Company. Television credits: Boardwalk Empire, Elementary, Person of Interest, Law & Order, and Louie. He has an M.F.A in Acting from Indiana University. NISI STURGIS (Emily Webb) is in her sixth season with The Shakespeare Theatre. Company credits: Trelawny of the Wells, To Kill a Mockingbird, I Capture the Castle, Arms and the Man, and A Streetcar Named Desire. Broadway/New York City: The 39 Steps, The Pretty Trap, Intimate Apparel, Dsyphoria, and The Less We Talk with Hoi Polloi. Regional: The Cleveland Playhouse in In The Next Room, Arkansas Shakespeare in Twelfth Night and Richard III, and The Illinois Shakespeare Festival in Macbeth and Failure: A Love Story. Two seasons with the Pioneer Theatre Company in Emma and Hamlet; three seasons with the Denver Center Theatre Company in Mrs. Warren’s Profession, You Can’t Take It With You, Pride and Prejudice, Doubt, and Richard III; three seasons with The Old Globe in A Doll’s House, Life of Riley, Loves and Hours, Pentecost, Taming of the Shrew, Much Ado About Nothing, Pericles, and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf ?. Upcoming: Game On, a world premiere at San Jose Repertory Theatre. She has the recurring role of June Thompson in HBO’s Boardwalk Empire. Sturgis holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from The Old Globe’s Graduate Acting Program.













GLENN BEATTY (Professor Willard/ A Man Among the Dead) is in his second season with The Shakespeare Theatre. Company credit: Northumberland in Henry IV, Part One. Glenn trained at University of California, Santa Barbara (BFA) and Southern Methodist University (MFA). He made his television debut in 2010 in an episode of A&E’s docudrama series, The Fugitive Chronicles. In 2011, he won a Telly Award for directing The Power to Change Lives, a corporate film about bringing electricity to rural areas in India and Tanzania for the first time. Several of his short plays can be found on JAKE BERGER (Howie Newsome) is in his eleventh season with The Shakespeare Theatre. Company credits: The Grapes of Wrath, The Taming of the Shrew and To Kill a Mockingbird on the Main Stage and The Tempest on the Outdoor Stage. Jake was Associate Director of Education for seven seasons. Recent acting credits: Orgon in Tartuffe, Geronte in The Liar, and

THE SHAKESPEARE THEATRE OF NEW JERSEY Green/Exton in Richard II at Shakespeare & Company, Master Ford in The Merry Wives of Windsor at The Maryland Shakespeare Festival, and The Astronomer in Hotel Cassiopeia at Fort Point Theatre Channel. Jake received his training at Emerson College, Virginia Commonwealth University, and Shakespeare & Company. REBECCA GRAY DAVIS (Rebecca Gibbs) is in her second season with The Shakespeare Theatre. Company credits: The Tempest and The Grapes of Wrath. New York credits include Why We Left Brooklyn at 4th Street Theatre, Mass at The Brick Theater, Daughters of Lot with Brain Melt Consortium (Edinburgh Fringe 2012, Frigid Festival 2012), in the great expanse of space there is nothing to see but More, More, More at The Brick Theater, Eaten Voices at Dixon Place, Finding Mother with Manhattan Repertory Theatre, Smacker and the Highway with the 2012 Planet Connections Festivity, Jaws! The Musical and Local with Midnight Buffet, Destination with Manhattan Theatre Source, Wake with Aisling Arts, Neither Heaven Nor Earth with Poliglot Theater, and Julius Caesar with Bushwick Shakespeare Repertory. Staged readings with Metropolitan Playhouse and Boomerang Theatre Company. Rebecca is a graduate of Drew University with a B.A. in Theatre Arts and Dance, with additional training at LAMDA and NYU Tisch ETW. TERENCE GLEESON (Constable Warren) is in his first season with The Shakespeare Theatre. Company credits: Adam and Sir Oliver Martext in As You Like It. Regional Shakespeare: Egeus in A Midsummer Night’s Dream for the Scranton Shakespeare Festival, Adam in As You Like It and the Player King in Hamlet with Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre, and Friar Francis in Much Ado About Nothing for the Arden Theatre Company. Other recent work: Constable MacDonald in Traveling Light for the Philadelphia Fringe Festival, Doctor Finache in A Flea in Her Ear with Hedgerow Theatre Company, John Wales in Better Angels: Signs of the Times with the Delaware Humanities Forum, and “The Black Cat” in Shades of Poe for Fractured Mirror Productions. Upcoming: Abraham Lincoln in the third installment of the Better Angels trilogy and the development of a performance piece using Robert Browning’s dramatic monologues. Terry is a Philadelphia-based actor who trained at Mason Gross School of the Arts. EILEEN GLENN (Mrs. Soames) is in her third season with The Shakespeare Theatre. Company credits: To Kill A Mockingbird and Comedy of Errors. Recent credits: Jeanette in The Full Monty and Miss Bennett in The Unexpected Guest (Cortland Repertory Theatre). New York credits: Antigone (Phoenix Theatre Ensemble); Three Penny Opera, Wild Duck, and Dona Rosita ( Jean Cocteau Repertory); Henry VIII, Julius Caesar, and Titus Andronicus ( Judith Shakespeare Company). Regional credits: Love, Sex & the IRS, The Mousetrap, Eleemosynary, and The Nerd (Millbrook Playhouse). Sample roles: Sadie Burke (All The King’s Men), Catherine (Arms and the Man), Lisette (School for Husbands), and Morales (A Chorus Line). Miss Glenn’s one-woman show Margaret Atwood’s Good Bones and Simple Murders, garnered critical praise at FringeNYC 1999 as well as in its inaugural production in Chicago where it was called a “soul satisfying literary feast.” Ms. Glenn received her BA in Theatre from the University of Tennessee and earned a Certificate from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London from their Summer Shakespeare Intensive Course. JEFF GONZALEZ (Joe Crowell/Si Crowell) is in his second season with The Shakespeare Theatre. Company credits: Figaro in The Marriage of Figaro and Cleomenes in The Winter’s Tale with the 2012 Next Stage Ensemble. Recent credits: All’s Well that Ends Well, King Lear, and The Three Musketeers at the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival. Jeff holds an MFA in Acting from the New School for Drama, where his credits include The Adding Machine,

THE SHAKESPEARE THEATRE OF NEW JERSEY Woyzeck, In Thy Bounty and Henry VI. JOSEPH HAMEL (Joe Stoddard) is in his first season with The Shakespeare Theatre. He has understudied and performed for the Pearl Theatre Company in The Mandrake and most recently covered the roles of Henry IV, Worchester, and Mistress Quickly for their production of Henry the IV, Part 1 last winter. He adapted the text, and played the title role of Cyrano de Bergerac for the Hudson Warehouse in Manhattan, and has worked for various other NYC theater companies. He is a graduate of Wayne State University. EDWARD MCENEANEY (Mr. Carter) is in his first season with The Shakespeare Theatre. He has performed at Arena Repertory Theater on Long Island in Threepenny Opera, The Playboy of the Western World, and over twenty other productions. He has also performed in productions at Trilogy Repertory Theatre, Philadelphia Company, and Vokes Theater in Massachusetts. His involvement in theater includes working as a designer, stage manager, and acting coach. He is a graduate of Villanova University, Boston University, and worked in the theater departments of the University of Michigan, University of Pittsburgh, and London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts. ISAAC ALLEN MILLER (Wally Webb) is in his first season at The Shakespeare Theatre. Company credits: The Playboy of the Western World and Richard II with the 2013 Apprentice company. He is a graduate of Knox College. JUSTIN R. WALDO (Sam Craig) is in his second season with The Shakespeare Theatre. Company credits: The Tragedy of Mister Morn reading, The Professional Training Program as an acting apprentice, and The Next Stage Ensemble. He has worked with Oxford Shakespeare in Hamlet, Julius Caesar, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and was awarded the John Barton Scholarship for his role as Hamlet. Regional credits: The Rhinebeck Performing Arts Center in Romeo and Juliet, As You Like It, The Tempest, and Macbeth, among many others. He has studied at the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford and is a graduate of The Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theater. JEAN BURTON WALKER (Woman Among the Dead) is in her fourth season with The Shakespeare Theatre. Company credits: To Kill A Mockingbird, That Scoundrel Scapin, and Measure for Measure. Off-Broadway credits: Romeo and Juliet (Lady Capulet), Ghosts (Mrs. Alving), Dark of The Moon (Mrs. Allen), and Twilight Of The Golds (Phyllis Gold). Regional credits: Blithe Spirit (Mme. Arcati), The Cherry Orchard (Mme. Ranyevskaya), The Seagull (Irina Arkadina), Present Laughter ( Joanna Lyppiatt), Into The Woods (Cinderella’s Stepmother), Our Town (Mrs. Webb), and Gypsy (Mazeppa). Television & media credits: Law & Order, The Andre Rieu Concert, and CollegeHumor. She has written and performed widely her one-woman cabaret Beyond Words: My Life in the Arts and has recently completed her one-woman play Between Us: The Secret Life of Edith Wharton.


THE ARTISTIC STAFF MATTHEW E. ADELSON (Lighting Designer) is in his sixteenth season with The Shakespeare Theatre. Company credits: Henry IV, Part One, To Kill A Mockingbird, Arms and the Man, The Grapes of Wrath, Amadeus, and A Christmas Carol, among others, on the Main Stage and Wonderland…And What Was Found There and Travels With My Aunt on the Other Stage. Recent credits include Seven Guitars and Red (Theatreworks/Colorado Springs), Love’s Labor’s Lost, Richard II, and Mother Courage (Shakespeare & Company), and Ruined (Burning Coal). Matthew is the Director of Production/Lighting Designer for the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center (Massachusetts) where he has lit over 200 concerts and events, and is also the lighting designer for the Dance Department at Williams College. MFA: Yale Drama School. CHARLIE CALVERT (Set Designer) is in his sixth season with The Shakespeare Theatre. Company credits: Arms and the Man and Noises Off on the Main Stage; Comedy of Errors, The Tempest, and The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) on the Outdoor Stage. Broadway credits: assistant set designer for In My Life and One Mo’ Time. Off-Broadway credits: assistant set designer for Well at the Public Theatre and Wintertime at Second Stage Theatre. Other recent credits: The Love of the Nightingale and Spring Awakening at College of Charleston, Women of Troy at Purdue University, and an upcoming production of Next to Normal at Charleston Stage Company. Charlie received his MFA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and teaches at the College of Charleston in South Carolina. JOSEPH DISCHER (Director/Sound Designer) is in his twenty-third season with The Shakespeare Theatre where he has directed Henry IV, Part One, To Kill A Mockingbird, Arms and the Man (The Star-Ledger’s Top Ten in 2010), The Grapes of Wrath (The Star-Ledger’s Best Director in 2009), Of Mice and Men (The Star-Ledger’s Best Revival of the Year in 2004), The Fantasticks (The Star-Ledger’s Best Director of a Musical in 2001) and Twelfth Night on the Main Stage; That Scoundrel Scapin on the Outdoor Stage; Travels With My Aunt, Much Ado About Nothing and The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) on the Other Stage, and Romeo and Juliet for Shakespeare LIVE! Most recently, Mr. Discher directed John Logan’s Red at Theatreworks in Colorado Springs and will return to direct Conor McPherson’s The Weir this January. Other recent work includes directing Macbeth for the Stella Adler Conservatory in Manhattan, performing the role of Bottom in A Midsummer Night’s Dream in Rome and Milan and playing Pisanio in the Theatreworks production of Cymbeline. DEE DEE KATCHEN (Production Stage Manager) is in her fifth season at The Shakespeare Theatre. Company credits: Julius Caesar, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, Cymbeline, Henry V, Next Stage Ensemble, and Shakespeare LIVE!, among others. New York credits include: Angels in America with The Signature Theater; Frankenstein the Musical (Original Off-Broadway Cast); Othello and Much Ado About Nothing with Oberon Theater Ensemble; The Price with 12Mile West Theater Company; The Winter’s Tale with The American Globe Theater; One Way Ticket to Hell and The Marilyn Tapes with Don’t Tell Mama. Film/TV credits include: Gossip Girl, Batman: Dark Knight Rises, Pan Am, Glee, Girls, Very Good Girls, and Golden Boy. Most recently, Dee Dee was part of the Stage Management Team for BC/EFA Broadway Bares 23 and was the Production Stage Manager for the Summer Shorts Festival. Dee Dee is a graduate of The Ohio State University. CANDIDA NICHOLS (Costume Designer) is in her second season with The Shakespeare Theatre. Company credits: Playboy of the Western World and The Liar. Candida is a costume designer and photographer based in New York City. She has worked for the Lincoln Center

THE SHAKESPEARE THEATRE OF NEW JERSEY Theater/Institute (Hamlet), Prospect Theatre (Tamar of the River), the National Asian American Theatre Company (Blind Mouth Singing, Outcry and A Play on War), On-Site Opera (Blue Monday), Gotham Chamber Opera (Scenes from Gypsy Life), the Perseverance Theater (Raven Odyssey), and the Nerve Tank among others. She is also a resident artist with Theater Mitu which produces work in the United States and the United Arab Emirates. Show credits include: Chaos, Death of a Salesman, and the upcoming Ur-Hamlet in Abu Dhabi. Candida is the recipient of the Richard L. Hay Design Fellowship at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and the Roy Crane Award for Outstanding Creative Achievement in the Performing Arts. DIEGO DANIEL PARDO (Dialect Coach) is in his fifth season with The Shakespeare Theatre. Company credits: Fallen Angels, Pygmalion, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, The Importance of Being Earnest, and Private Lives. Broadway credits: That Championship Season, West Side Story, and Noises Off. Off-Broadway credits: My Old Lady, Clybourne Park, The Witch of Edmonton, and others. Diego has recently returned from Jordan working on the film Rosewater written and directed by Jon Stewart. ADMINISTRATION


Artistic Director...........................................Bonnie J. Monte

Director of Production & Facilities.........Steven L. Beckel

Managing Director..........................................Jeanne Barrett

Production & Facilities Assistant..........Benjamin Kramer

Business Manager...........................................Duane P. Dietz

Technical Director...........................................Joe McDonald

Information Systems Manager...........................Colin Gallo

Assistant Technical Director...........................Chance Rush

Company Manager..........................................Amanda Lenti

Scenic Painter............................................Nathan McNamee

Director of Education...................................Brian B. Crowe

Master Electrician/Sound Engineer.........Hamilton Smith

Associate Director of Education........................Doug West

Lighting Technician.......................................Nicholas Faber

Teaching Artist.................................................Jordan Laroya

Sound Technician...........................................George Panian

Director of Marketing.........................................Rick Engler

Costume Shop Manager..............................Ariel Greninger

Marketing Associate............................Elizabeth Greenfield

Draper................................................Joleen Addleman Loyd

Marketing Assistant........................................Kendra White

First Hand.......................................................Sarah J. Alspac

Director of Development...........................Heidi Speckhart

Stitchers......................... Leslie Palmer & Suzanne Hawley

Associate Director of Development.....Anneke Demarest

Wardrobe Supervisor.................................... Nina Escobedo

Development Associate.............................Kristen Gongora

Properties Master.......................................Helen Tewksbury

Development Associate................................Christine Ward

Properties Assistant.......................................Jeanette Mieses

Development Coordinator..................Christina Lockerby

Facilities Supervisor................................................Rob Stang

Casting Director...................................Corinne May Farkas


Sales and Patron Services Manager.....Robert Worshinski Assistant Patron Services/House Managers.......................... Janice McCrostie & Lena Chilingerian Patron Services Associates.........................Carolyn Barrett, Chelsea Binkert, Jessica Bonder, Kristen Gongora, Kyle Dylan Conner, Suzanne Houston

DAVID FEDOR Music Consultant


AMY CROSSMAN Assistant to the Director


Assistant to the Stage Manager Assistant to the Stage Manager




Born in Madison, Wisconsin, and educated at Yale and Princeton, Thornton Wilder (18971975) was an accomplished novelist and playwright whose works explore the connection between the commonplace and the cosmic dimensions of human experience. The Bridge of San Luis Rey, one of his seven novels, won the Pulitzer Prize in 1928, and his next-to-last novel, The Eighth Day received the National Book Award (1968). Two of his four major plays garnered Pulitzer Prizes, Our Town (1938) and The Skin of Our Teeth (1943). His play, The Matchmaker ran on Broadway for 486 performances (1955-1957), and was later adapted into the record-breaking musical Hello, Dolly! Wilder also enjoyed enormous success with many other forms of the written and spoken word, among them translation, acting, opera librettos, lecturing, teaching and film (his screenplay Thornton Wilder for Alfred Hitchcock’s 1943 psycho-thriller, Shadow of a Source: Beinecke Library Doubt has become a classic). Letter writing held a central place in Wilder’s life, and since his death, three volumes of his letters have been published. Wilder’s many honors include the Gold Medal for Fiction from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, and the National Book Committee’s Medal for Literature. On April 17, 1997, the centenary of his birth, the US Postal Service unveiled the Thornton Wilder 32-cent stamp in Hamden, Connecticut, his official address after 1930 and where he died on December 7, 1975. Wilder continues to be read and performed around the world. Our Town is performed at least once each day somewhere in this country, with his other major dramas and shorter plays not far behind. In 2008, Our Town and The Bridge of San Luis Rey were selected as a joint choice for the NEA’s “Big Read” Program. In recent years Wilder’s works have also inspired a growing number of adaptations, among them an opera based on Our Town (music by Ned Rorem, libretto by J.D. McClatchy) and a dramatized version of his novel, Theophilus North (Matt Burnett). In response to the renewed interest in Wilder, the Thornton Wilder Society sponsored the first international conference on Wilder in fall 2008.

CHRONOLOGY 1897: Born in Madison, Wisconsin (April 17) 1906: Moves to Hong Kong (May) and to Berkeley, California (October) 1906-10: Attends Emerson Public School in Berkeley 1910-11: Attends China Inland Mission School, Chefoo (Yantai), China 1912-13: Thacher School, Ojai, California (one year). First play known to be produced: The Russian Princess 1915: Graduates from Berkeley High School; active in school dramatics 1915-17: Attends Oberlin College; publishes regularly 1920: Receives B.A., Yale College (3-month service in 1918 with U.S. Army); many publications 1920-21: Attends American Academy in Rome as special student

THE SHAKESPEARE THEATRE OF NEW JERSEY 1920s: French teacher at Lawrenceville School, Lawrenceville, NJ (‘21-’25, and ‘27-’28) 1924: First residency at the MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, New Hampshire 1926: Receives M.A. degree in French, Princeton University The Trumpet Shall Sound produced Off-Broadway (American Laboratory Theatre) The Cabala (first novel) 1927: Second Novel: The Bridge of San Luis Rey (Pulitzer Prize) 1928: The Angel That Troubled The Waters (first published collection of drama--playlets) 1930s: Part-time teacher, University of Chicago (comparative literature and composition); lectures across the country; first visit to Hollywood (1934); extensive foreign travel 1930: The Woman of Andros (novel) 1931: The Long Christmas Dinner and Other Plays (six full one-act plays) 1932: Lucrece (translation of André Obey’s Le Viol de Lucrèce) opens on Broadway starring Katharine Cornell 1935: Heaven’s My Destination (novel) 1937: Adaptation of Ibsen’s A Doll’s House for Broadway, starring Ruth Gordon (Broadway record for this play until 1999) 1938: Our Town (Pulitzer Prize) and The Merchant of Yonkers open on Broadway 1942: The Skin of Our Teeth opens on Broadway (Pulitzer Prize) Screenplay for Alfred Hitchcock’s The Shadow of a Doubt 1942-45: Service with Army Air Force in North Africa and Italy (Liet. Col. at discharge - Bronze Star and O.B.E.) 1948: The Ides of March (novel); performing in his plays in summer stock in this period The Victors opens Off-Broadway (translation of Sartre’s Morts Sans Sépulture) 1949 : Major role in Goethe Convocation in Aspen; lectures widely. 1951-52: Charles Eliot Norton Professor of Poetry at Harvard 1952: Gold Medal for Fiction, American Academy of Arts and Letters 1953: On cover of Time Magazine ( January 12) 1955: The Matchmaker opens on Broadway starring Ruth Gordon The Alcestiad produced at Edinburgh Festival (as A Life in the Sun) with Irene Worth 1957: Awarded German Peace Prize 1961: Libretto of The Long Christmas Dinner (music by Paul Hindemith - premieres in Mannheim, West Germany) 1962: “Plays for Bleeker Street” (Someone from Assisi, Infancy, and Childhood) performed at Circle in the Square Theater in New York City Operatic version of The Alcestiad (music by Louise Talma, libretto by Wilder) premieres in Frankfurt, Germany, February 28, 1962 1963: Awarded Presidential Medal of Freedom 1964: Hello, Dolly! opens on Broadway starring Carol Channing 1965: Awarded National Book Committee’s Medal for Literature 1967: The Eighth Day (National Book Award for Fiction) 1973: Theophilus North (novel) 1975: Dies in sleep in Hamden, Connecticut on December 7. Buried at Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Hamden, Connecticut


Director’s Notes “--unfortunately our time is limited…” Thornton Wilder on Our Town:

“Very ordinary town, if you ask me…” “Our Town evades every possible requirement of the legitimate stage. It is pure description, entirely devoid of anything even resembling conflict, expectation or action, which are usually considered the component parts of any play.”

“Do any human beings ever realize life while they live it?— every, every minute?” “Our Town is not offered as a picture of life in a New Hampshire village: or as a speculation about the conditions of life after death (that element I merely took from Wilder as the Stage Manager. Dante’s Purgatory). It is an attempt to find a Source: Beinecke Library value above all price for the smallest events in our daily life. I have made the claim as preposterous as possible, for I have set the village against the largest dimensions of time and place. The recurrent words in the play (few have noticed it) are ‘hundreds,’ ‘thousands,’ and ‘millions.’ Emily’s joys and griefs, her algebra lessons and her birthday and her birthday present — what are they when we consider all the billions of girls who have lived, who are living and who will live? Each individual’s assertion to an absolute reality can only be inner, very inner. And here the method of staging finds its justification — in the first two acts there are at least a few chairs Williamstown Theatre Festival production with and tables; but when Emily revisits the earth Thornton Wilder, Ellen Weston, and Shakespeare Theatre company member Robert Hock. and the kitchen to which she descended on Source: Williamstown Theatre Festival archives her twelfth birthday, the very chairs and tables are gone. Our claim, our hope, our despair are in the mind — not in things, not in ‘scenery.’...The climax of this play needs only five square feet of boarding and the passion to know what life means to us.”

THE SHAKESPEARE THEATRE OF NEW JERSEY “We all know that something is eternal. And it ain’t houses and it ain’t names…” “When you emphasize place in the theatre, you drag down and limit and harness time to it. You thrust the action back into past time, whereas it is precisely the glory of the stage that it is always ‘now’ there.”

From the Director

“It goes so fast. We don’t have time to look at one another…” I have had the good fortune to direct several great American classics for the stage here at The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, but I can honestly say that none of them have affected me quite like Our Town. I was the Assistant to the Artistic Director when Our Town was produced here in 1996 with such wonderful company members as Dylan Baker, Edmond Genest, and Paul Mullins. It had a profound impact on me as a young artist and I’m honored to help bring this play to life here again during this, the 75th anniversary of Wilder’s Pulitzer Prize-winning work. When I first saw Our Town it taught me one of the great lessons any director can hope to learn; how much can be accomplished in a theatre with the spoken word and little else. Seventeen years later, it is still teaching me lessons, 1996 Shakespeare Theatre though now they are far more profound. production of Our Town. Wilder’s powerful themes of the transience Photo credit: Gerry Goodstein of human life and the importance of companionship cannot be missed by anyone who witnesses his play, and the efficiency and simplicity with which Wilder captures the complexities of what it is to be alive are nothing short of breathtaking. No matter how well I think I know this play, or how many times I read it or watch it, it still leaves me reeling. Every time I think I know the play, I see it anew. As the Stage Manager so deftly reveals, we are helpless against the powers of nature and time. So perhaps the best and most important thing we can do is truly be with each other, and appreciate what we have, or rather, who we have; to notice, and appreciate life just a bit more as we live it. That is the gift that Grover’s Corners has given me and I have been a little happier for it. I wish the same for you.



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Ticket sales generate ap­prox­i­mate­ly 58% of the funds nec­es­sary to pro­duce The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s ar­tis­tic and ed­u­ca­tion­al work. The Theatre must raise the remaining funds through annual gifts from donors who rec­og­nize the impact that The Shakespeare Theatre has on the qual­i­ty of life in New Jersey. We ex­tend our deepest grat­i­tude to the fol­low­ing individuals, corporations, foundations and government agencies, whose gifts are mak­ing it pos­si­ble for The Shakespeare Theatre to present the fin­est in clas­sic the­atre on our Main Stage, and our Outdoor Stage and allow us to work with thousands of young people with our outreach education programs throughout New Jersey, the tri-state region, and the Nation. For more information on how you can make a contribution to support the ongoing activities of The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, please contact the Development Department at 973-845-6732. The list below reflects gifts received April 1, 2012 - October 1, 2013. DEUS EX MACHINA $25,000 AND ABOVE Arch Reinsurance Company Bank of America Mr. & Mrs. David Bradford Edward T. Cone Foundation CTW Foundation The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation The F.M. Kirby Foundation Mr. & Mrs. S. Dillard Kirby The Blanche & Irving Laurie Foundation National Endowment for the Arts/Arts Midwest New Jersey State Council on the Arts Mr. & Mrs. James Pohlman The Prudential Foundation John & Lynne Rathgeber The Shubert Foundation LEADING PLAYERS $10,000-$24,999 Ms. Patricia A. Connell & Mr. Martin A. Schwarz Helen & Frank P. DiPrima Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Fuchs Wilma & Arthur Gelfand Faye Grant & Katherine Collins Glenn & Carol Head The Hon. & Mrs. Thomas H. Kean Tom & Lynn Keffer Mr. & Mrs. Richard B. McGlynn Mr. & Mrs. Heath B. McLendon Ms. Bonnie J. Monte Mrs. Marjorie Monte MetLife Foundation Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Willard E. Smucker Foundation Turrell Fund

TOUCHSTONES $5,000-$9,999 Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Abbott The Anela Kolohe Foundation Anonymous Mr. & Mrs. John B. Baker in Memory of Eugene Monte Mr. Peter K. Baker in Memory of Eugene Monte C.R. Bard Foundation, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. James F. Barrett II Ms. Susan Blount & Mr. Richard Bard Mr. & Mrs. John Campbell Colbert Family Fund of the Coastal Community Foundation of S.C. Crystal Rock, LLC in Memory of Eugene Monte Mr. James M. Deaver Ms. Suzanne Engel Ms. Sarah Fargo Edda & James Gillen The Graymer Foundation Johnson & Johnson Joseph & Kelly McDonald Mr. & Mrs. Karl H. Meister Mr. Nikolaos Monoyios & Ms. Valerie Brackett Edward Ng & Marla Jackson The John & Margaret Post Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Philip Rosenbach The Smart Family Foundation HEROES $2,500-$4,999 Mr. Andrew K. Boszhardt Dr. Pamela Canada Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Cohen Mr. & Mrs Thomas DePaola in Memory of Eugene Monte

Larry & Dawne Drake Ms. Jan Draper Mr. & Mrs. Jim Foster John & Kathleen Gallagher Mr. James C. Harris & Mrs. Kathleen Jones Harris Mr. T. Randolph Harris & Ms. Barbara Sloan Sue A. Idleman Jacobs Levy Equity Management Mr. & Mrs. Ellwood R. Kerkeslager Mr. Robert A. Mackie Mr. John F. Manfredi Sandra & James McTernan Mr. & Mrs. Andrew W. Moody Mr. Wayne Paglieri The Provident Bank Foundation The William E. Simon Foundation TD Bank Susan Vice Mr. & Mrs. Gil Zweig KNIGHTS $1,000-$2,499 Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Allen Anonymous Mr. & Mrs. John Barr III Bollinger Insurance Ms. Marjorie C. Brandriss & Mr. David Kristol Robert J. & Vivian A. Bull Mrs. Buena Chilstrom in Memory of Eugene Monte Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Clingan Mr. & Mrs. Russell Culin Ms. Blythe Danner Virginia Delalla & Frederick K. Kleen, III John P. DeNeufville Sean & Lucy Devlin

THE SHAKESPEARE THEATRE OF NEW JERSEY Ms. Carolyn Dorfman & Dr. Gregory S. Gallick, M.D. Mr. & Mrs. John Duffy Kristin Elliott William V. Engel Mr. John Fitzgibbon Mr. Tom Fontana Mr. S. Joseph Fortunato Mr. & Mrs. David J. Friedland Mr. & Mrs. James Galt Arnold & Betty Goldstein Ms. Jennifer Harmon The Merrill G. & Emita E. Hastings Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Gates Helms Hawn Leo & Helen Hollein Samuel Huber & Catherine Weiss Mr. & Mrs. John P. Hyland Investors Bank Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Peter R. Kellogg Mr. & Mrs. Jefferson W. Kirby Ms. Donna Krebsbach & Mr. William Yacker Phyllis & Philip Lieberman Michael & Ruth Lipper Henrietta & Ken Mahon Pamela Smith & Michael Matthews Patricia Haverland & Mark McBride Jennifer L. McClear Ms. Anisa Mehdi & Mr. Peter Zimmermann Mr. Robert W. Messerschmidt Deborah Mori in Memory of her Uncle Gene Monte Deborah Mori in Memory of Donald E. Thompson Deborah Mori in Memory of her mother Mary Scarcello Muller Family Mr. John D. Mullins Elizabeth G. & Michael A. Nametz Mark & Laura Aden Packer in Memory of Eugene Monte Mr. & Mrs. Henry G. Parker, III Mrs. Julia Averett Peet The J.M. Pierpont Charitable Fund The S. Leigh Pierson & Douglas R. Conant Family Cookie Jar Foundation, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. John Poole Mr. & Mrs. Martin Prentice Mr. & Mrs. Leslie C. Quick, III

Michael & Virginia Ranger Pratibha Reddy Greg & Mary Richardson Dr. & Mrs. Robert Rickert Edward & Robin Roffman Mr. & Mrs. Edmund P. Rogers Mrs. Barbara S. Saulnier Mr. & Mrs. Nelson Schaenen, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Eric Silverman Mr. Len Smith & Ms. Molly Dunn Mr. & Mrs. Harold M. Tepper John & Anne Thomas Mr. & Mrs. George Thomas Ms. Sharon Lee Thompson Ms. Joan M. Thuebel Ral Turbeville & Kristi Soutar Ms. Leslie Unger Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Walton Neil & Vicki Weisfeld Dansby & Tracey White Andrew & Nancy Wolcott Ms. Ruth Zowader & Mr. Philip Anderson CHAMPIONS $500-$999 Susanne K. Albert Jan Amento AT&T United Way / Employee Giving Campaign Edward & Cynthia Babbott Mr. Joseph Baker & Ms. Judy Armstrong Mr. Jon Barker in Memory of Eugene Monte Mr. & Mrs. William I. Blanchard Deborah C. Block & Howard S. Dubin Mr. & Mrs. Robert Bosch Thomas R. & Jane R. Brooks Mr. & Mrs. Steve Burns Mr. Bryan Burrough Mr. & Mrs. Gary Buscemi Ms. Barbara Bye Mr. Laurence G. Capo in Memory of Eugene Monte Clark & Lynn Carmichael Dick & Bobbie Cheshire Ms. Kathleen Clark in Honor of Her Father Mr. & Mrs. James Clyde Robert & Mary Courtemanche Ms. Bridget Daley & Mr. Christoper Hart Mr. & Mrs. William D. Dana, Jr.

Daniel Dinubila Margaret Domber & Emil Baur Beirne Donaldson & Wood Huntley Doug & Priscilla Eakeley Jay Eisenberg & Gail Safian Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Eisenbud Mr. Cort Engelken & Ms. Lorraine Chouinard Mr. & Mrs. Geoffrey Engelstein Dwight & Christy Evans Janice & Peter Ford Mr. & Mrs. William Forsell The Hon. & Mrs. Rodney P. Frelinghuysen Mr. Guy Gsell & Ms. Suzanne Longley Mr. & Mrs. Milton Gottlieb The Jane & Lawrence Gould Charitable Fund Gregory A. Gude & Ronald A. Frier Ms. Jacqueline Gunn Mr. Dale S. Hagstrom & Ms. Eileen M. Leonard Ellen W. Harris in Memory of Eugene Monte Clare Hart & Greg Baer Frank Hershkowitz & Lorraine Staples The Hidden Pond Foundation Beth Holland & Jerry Webman Dr. & Mrs. H. Friedrich Holzapfel Mr. & Mrs. Peter Hunter Laird & Nancy Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Paul J. Jones Mr. & Mrs. Michael Kaminski Mr. & Mrs. Fred Kann Hardee & Judy Kilgore Robert A. & Caral G. Klein Stephen H. Knee Erica Knight & Family Mr. & Mrs. James Kobak Ellen & Fritz Laird B.J. & Maureen Leddy Drs. Peter & Susan Lederman Ms. Gail Mattia The Monte Family in Memory of Mary Scarcello The Monte Family in Memory of Donald E. Thompson Ms. Lisa Renee Monte Barbara & Richard Murphy Vincent F. Murphy Mr. & Mrs. James Northrop

THE SHAKESPEARE THEATRE OF NEW JERSEY Andrew & Deborah O’Connor Ms. Toni K. Pepe Portfolio Evaluations, Inc. Nancy Priest & David Rogers Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Rand Mr. & Mrs. David Robertson The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Steven Rosen & Susan Gouchenour Rotary Club of Madison Hank & Jackie Schram Claudette R. Scutari Ms. Juliann Shalack Mr. & Mrs. Craig Silliman The Sjogren Family Mr. & Mrs. Glen M. Skar Mr. & Mrs. Randolph C. Snook Jean D. Socolowski Mary Kaye & Donald Sparaco Dr. & Mrs. Robert Steele Mr. & Mrs. Thayer Talcott, Jr. Dirck & Elizabeth Uptegrove Margaret & Gerard Vaccacio Ms. Carolyn VanDusen Ms. Marilyn van Houten Mr. & Mrs. Roger Vellekamp The Three Wares Anthony & Alexandra Webb B. & C. Welsh Family Fund Mr. & Mrs. Lennard Wharton Mr. David M. Wise & Ms. Debra A. Chudnow AMBASSADORS $250-$499 John & Lizbeth Adams Mr. & Mrs. Flores Alfonso Anonymous Mr. & Mrs. Beau Atwater Mr. Edward S. Atwater IV Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Auerbach Robert & Stephanie Bakos Baronet Coffee, Inc. in Memory of Eugene Monte W. John Bauer & Nancy Boucher Ms. Margaret Beach The Beier Family Ronald & Nancy Bendelius Ms. Joan Bender Dr. & Mrs. Vidor Bernstien Mr. & Mrs. Grosvenor Blair Ms. Paige Blansfield Rose Marie & Robert Bleier Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Borowiec Mary E. Brennan

Mr. & Mrs. William N. Britton Roy & Hazel Broadfoot Anne Danzey Burnham Hamilton & Helen Carson in Memory of Eugene Monte Ciro A. & Gail P. Gamboni Charles Hertzig Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Nat Cheney in Memory of Robert Chilstrom Dorothy & David Clair Drs. Charles E. & Elizabeth J. Crandall in Memory of Bob Chilstrom Mr. Brian B. Crowe & Mr. Walter M. Egbert, III Ms. Amy Curry John & Christine Cusano Carol & Bob Cushman Kathie & Peter Daley Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth R. David Rosa David Diamond Springs Water, Inc. in Memory of Eugene Monte Ms. Mary Dierson & Mr. Tom Galantich Fran & Tom Diffley Digiplex Destinations Theaters Mr. & Mrs. John P. Doucette Edmund Duffy The Dyckman Family Ms. Susan Earley Ms. Carylmead Eggleston Ms. June Enos Philip & Linda Falcone Richard & Marisa Farnum Mr. Alan Fendler & Ms. Helen Cox Martha W. Flynn Mr. & Mrs. John Fraebel Lynn M. Franklin Mr. Larry P. Fuhro Diana & Bob Gaizband Mr. & Mrs. Harrison Gardner Mrs. Sarah E. Garrison Edmond Genest & Patricia Curtin Alice D. Gertzman Barbara & Andrew Green Mrs. Beth Griner Mr. Mitchell Grossman Mr. & Mrs. Rick Haan Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Haller Ms. Susan B. Hammell & Mr. Hans Weber Joan & Steven Handel Clare Hart & Greg Baer

Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Hauge Gayle Chamberlin Hoyt Ms. Melissa Insinga Jeffrey Jaye Drs. Neill & Julia Johnson Mr. & Mrs. David Jolliffe Karen Jones Marc Julius & Patti Murray John & Kathleen Keane Mr. Herschel Kenney Mr. & Mrs. Charles H. King Stanlee & Florence Kissel Polly & Ron Lacey Betsy & Joe Lavela Mr. & Mrs. Paige B. L’Hommedieu Joseph & Carol Licata Ms. Karen Lombardo Mr. Robert MacFarlane, Jr. Dennis Mancl & Susan Aurin Rebecca Marcus Marilyn & Monroe Markovitz Carol & Tom Martin Ms. Marie N. Mastorakis Beth Mauro & David Bumke Richard McAdams Ms. Glenda McFeeters Doug & Pat McKenzie Jane & Peter Mercer Danette & Sameer Merchant Ms. Anne Miano Connie Mitchko & Jerry Grossman Stan & Paula Mont Nick, Judy, Denise, Sherry & Ken Monte in Memory of Gene Monte The Monte Family in Memory of Robert Thompson Mr. Mark E. Monte in Memory of Eugene Monte The Family & Friends of Graciela M. Mori in Memory of Mary Scarcello Ms. Kathleen Moulton Marcy & Michael Needle Dr. Rita G. & Mr. W. Leonard Newman Wendy & Ed Nunn Mr. Dennis O’Dea Mr. Arnold Olshan Edward & Mary Orlando Ms. Susan Oxman Dr. Eugene B. & E. Jewell Papowitz Marcus P. Porcelli

THE SHAKESPEARE THEATRE OF NEW JERSEY Quail Hill Foundation Mr. Stephen Quick Mr. & Mrs. Peter James Quirk Ms. April M. Reeve Helen & Barry Reiter Mr. & Mrs. Elven T. Riley Mr. & Mrs. Jim Rintoul Alice & Donald Roth Ms. Marcia Nutting Samuel Mrs. Patricia Sarasohn William & Valeria Schiemann Joseph Scordato & Karen Wendall David Seabrook & Sherry Barron- Seabrook, MD Mr. & Mrs. John A. Sedlak in Honor of Gene Monte Lois Segman Ms. Joanne Serraino Allan & Barbara Staats Mr. Michael C. Steele Barbara & Steven Stern Michael Stotts & David Mayhew Mr. John F. Swift Mr. Morris Tanenbaum Barbara Tarman & Anthony Mazzella Mr. Carl A. Teschemacher, Jr. Renee Troiano Donald & Frances Trott Charles Tureo Matthew & Melissa Van Liew Richard & Carroll Vicens Mr. & Mrs. Justin Victoria, Jr. Barbara Westergaard Mrs. Sylvia Zucker GOODFELLOWS $100-$249 Rev. Lauren Ackland & Mr. George Hayman Diane & Iain Adam Caroline & Conrad Adillon Mr. & Mrs. Frank Allocca Lloyd & Linda Alterman Mr. & Mrs. Rolf Altorfer Janyce & Nat Anapolle Terry & Jan Anderson Anonymous Byron & Arlene Arison Mr. & Mrs. Graham Argent-Belcher Mr. Joseph Aronson Peggy Auer Mr. & Mrs. Adolph Austin

Mr. Leif Babin & Ms. Jenna Lee David PR Bailin Joseph L. Balwierczak Ms. Patricia Bankowski Fred Bartenstein, Jr. Ms. Pat Bartinique Mr. & Mrs. Edward Bauers Jennifer L. Bauman Mary Beth & Rich Bayersdorfer Edward & Barbara Becker Katherine A. Becker Mr. John Bednarczyk Dr. Lois E. Beekey Ms. Vivienne Benesch Mary Bentzlin Mr. & Mrs. Robert Bergmann Cameron Berner Dr. Mitchel Bernstein Frederic S. Bernstein Ms. Marjorie Berson Dee Billia in Memory of Eugene Monte Mr. Edwin C. Black Liz & Sid Blanchard Michael & Melody Blasenheim Joelle M. Bochner Trevor & Janet Bowmer Stuart & Lesley Briggs Mark & Beth Brownstein Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Bryan Susan A. Buffum Mr. & Mrs. Lynn E. Burket Dr. & Mrs. Donald Burt Lauren Bryden & Colin Gallo in Memory of Eugene Monte Maureen & Tom Byrne in Memory of Eugene Monte Mr. & Mrs. Robert Byrnes Mr. & Mrs. Peter Cade Martine & Ralph Calder Kevern & Catherine Cameron Ms. Susan T. Cameron in Memory of Eugene Monte Ms. Denise Cardarelli in Memory of Eugene Monte Maryellen Carew Dr. & Mrs. Douglas Carmel in Honor of Ed Ng Ms. Judy Cash Mr. & Mrs. Robert Catalanello Ms. Donna Chahalis & Mr. Thomas Celli. Jr. Elizabeth & Thomas Cernosia

John T. Chandler Ms. Arlene S. Chasek Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Chien The Chilingerian Family Marian Chrisbacher & Friends Mr. & Mrs. Percy Chubb, III Mrs. June Claburn Debora & Brian Clifford Andrew & Kris Coate Erin Coffey Nancy & John Colson in Memory of Mary Wilford Robert C. Comeau The Connecticut Ballet in Memory of Eugene Monte Mr. & Mrs. David W. Conrad G. Constable Mr. & Mrs. R. John Cooper Lewis & Lynn Coopersmith Patricia Ann Costa Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Cox Susan & Steve Cramer Robin Curtis in Memory of Eugene Monte Mr. & Mrs. John Davidson Mr. Bruce C. Davis Deborah De Lisi Barbara & David Demarest Mr. & Mrs. Ron Demeo Ann & Thad Denehy Dean A. Dent & Anita V. Spivey Mr. Duane P. Dietz Laura & Paul Dillon Mr. & Mrs. Russell D’Italia Patricia & Stewart Docherty Connie & Tom Donvito Ms. Ruth Dorney Dr. Irwin Dorros Edwina & Margaret Doyle The Hon. William & Mrs. Sandra Dreier Mrs. Katherine Dulan Diana & Phil Dumont Mr. Peter James Dykema Mr. James Earley Ms. Margaret Eberbach Ms. Cheryl L. Ehrgott Mr. Don Ehrgott Judith M. Eisner Tilly-Jo Emerson Mr. & Mrs. John Engelhart Peter & Dina Engler

THE SHAKESPEARE THEATRE OF NEW JERSEY Rick Engler & Brad Caswell in Honor of Eugene Monte Ms. Lyn Ertle Lauren Fairley Deborah Fallon Mr. John Farmer Rhonda & Todd Federman Mr. Thomas Field & Ms. Mary Kelley Ms. Rebecca Fields Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Finegan Christine Fossaceca Gerhard & Andrea Franz Anne & Stan Freeny Mr. & Mrs. Peter M. Fried Bill Fuller George Fuller Mr. Ralph Fylstra Ms. J.C. Gaitskill Lindsay & Bill Gannon Doralee & Lawrence Garfinkel Mr. & Mrs. Robert Garman Dr. & Mrs. Ronald J. Garutti John & Melinda Geberth Andrea, David, Jacob & Ben Gelber Rainer & Karen Gerbatsch Ms. Nancy Gerber Mr. & Mrs. Michael Giannitti Meg & Dave Gilbert Mr. John M. Gilris Mr. & Mrs. Winfred Ginter Jean Folsom & Andrew Glassman Dr. & Mrs. Stephen A. Goldman Mr. Barry E. Golub Michele & David Goodwin in Memory of Gene Monte Mr. Philip Goodwin in Memory of Gene Monte Ms. Joyce C. Goore Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Gorman John H. Gotberg David Gould Michael & Susan Grace in Memory of Mary Jo Wilford Wayne & Catherine Greenfeder Alyce & Arthur Gregory Mr. William Griffeth, Jr. Mr. Berdine Groel Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Grohol in Memory of Hank Inwood Ms. Harriet Grose

Mr. William S. Gross John & Clara Grosso Jean Grove Rita Guibert Mr. Robert Gunhouse Mr. Einar Gunn Mr. & Mrs. Harry A. Hamill Dr. Suzanne H. Hampton Melanie B. Harrow Mr. John Haschak, III Russell & Virginia Hawkins Mrs. Catherine S. Hayes in Memory of Eugene Monte Mr. & Mrs. Garo Hazarian Ms. Bonnie Heller Ms. Marilyn H. Henderson in Memory of Gene Monte Scott & Elizabeth Hendry Mr. & Mrs. Francis Henry Robin J. Herbison & Les J. Wu John & Marion Herrmann Mr. & Mrs. Michael Hershey Charlotte Hershkowitz Helen Heumann John & Suzanne Higgins Richard & Joy Hill Mrs. Jeanine Hirsch in Honor of Bonnie J. Monte Corinne Hoch in Memory of Mary Jo Wilford Brian Hochstadt Mr. John Hoge in Memory of Eugene Monte Roberta & Fred Horowitz The Hort family Margaret & William Howard Peter Humphreys Sara Hunsicker Mr. George W. Hunter Mary & John Iacuzzo Ms. E. Adele Irving Ms. Judith Isserlis Martin Isserlis Joe & Sarah Izzo Bernard & Patricia Jacobs Mark Jacoby Ted Jamison Stewart Jaslove Dr. & Mrs. Lubomir Jawny Bob & Florence Jennes Mr. David Johnson & Ms. Dorothy Wilson Rita & Dennis Johnson

Mr. Edward Johnson Mr. & Mrs. William Joyce Mr. & Mrs. Martin Kane John & Diana Kazazis Mr. & Mrs. William M. Kearns, Jr. Elizabeth A. Keat I.B. Keim Mr. Dennis Kennedy Jeffrey & Alisa Kigner Constantine Kitsopoulos & Lynne Cohen Linda Klein Frances R. Kondziela Fred & Betty Kopf Lois & Rodger Kopf Mr. & Mrs. Harry G. Kortrey Diana Krauss & Jere Lapointe Mr. George M. Kunath Patricia Lafaro Patricia P. Lagan Mr. & Mrs. Gerard Lahn Mary Margaret & Wesley Lang Mr. & Mrs. Mark Lapine in Memory of Eugene Monte Mr. David Laska & Ms. Christel Aussicker Ms. Judy Leane Josiane M. Lemieux & Jason King Jones Ellen & Herb Lev Ms. Kimberly A. Levesque in Memory of Gene Monte Mr. & Mrs. Mark L. Lichtenfeld Steven & Irene Lieberman Beverly & Leon Lipp Lucy Loux Mr. & Mrs. David B. Luber Mara Lundstrom Brian & Rosalind Lynch Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Lyons Mrs. Virginia M. Lyttle Allison Mackie Ms. Carol MacLennan Mr. Frank Magalhaes Harold Maloney Mr. & Mrs. Larry Mandelbaum Mr. Cordelia Manning Michael Marino & Family Drs. Nabil & Miriam Marshood Loretta A. Mascaro Tania Mather Mrs. Suzanna Mauro Trudy & George Mazin

THE SHAKESPEARE THEATRE OF NEW JERSEY Mr. & Mrs. Dominick A. Mazzagetti Mr. George McCarter McClester Family Mr. & Mrs. Stewart McClure Dorothea B. McDonough Dr. David McElroy John McEwen The McGraw-Hill Foundation Robert & Joan McIlwain Eileen McInerney Dr. & Mrs. Russell McIntyre Mr. & Mrs. Charles Merwin Mr. Thomas Meys Ms. Melanie Miles Mrs. Christa Miller Gunhild Miller Jeannette & Phil Miller Mr. & Mrs. George R. Mirabelli Barbara Mitchell & Robert Boyar Gerorge Mittl Mr. John Mocenigo Bonnie J. Monte in Memory of Tom Brennan Bonnie J. Monte in Memory of Robert Thompson Marjorie Monte in Memory of Tom Brennan Mr. & Mrs. Barry Moore Robert W. & Pam M. Morse Drs. Robert & Sandra Moss Mrs. Rachel Mullen Judy Mullins Andras Nagy Mr. & Mrs. Mark D. Neidorff Mr. & Mrs. Frank Nicastro Mr. & Mrs. John Nicol Ms. Mary Lynne Nielsen Martin & Barbara Nielson Niko’s Hair Studio Mr. Julian Ochrymowych Mr. Jim O’Hara Linda O’Leary Mr. & Mrs. Jonathon Olesky Clarice K. Olinger Walter & Greta Olson Mr. & Mrs. Stephan O’Neill Benjamin & Edith Ostrom Robert & Sharon Palmer Susan Papp Gerard & Ann Paradiso Victor & Jane Parsonnet Mr. Bruce Pasquale

Mr. Arthur Allan Patchett Connie Paul Nancy Perricone Ms. Ann C. Perry Pellicci’s Inc. in Memory of Eugene Monte Catherine Petrello Murray & Romona Peyton John & Beth Pfaff Mr. & Mrs. Richard Pigott Daria A. Pishko & Michael J. Komichak Len & Ellen Polaner Ms. Jennine Pommier Nirupa Prabhu Mr. & Mrs. S. Lawrence Prendergast Don & Newly Preziosi Mr. & Mrs. Brian Proulx James & Jean Przyborowski Judge & Mrs. John Pursel Leigh & John Rae Ms. Beverly Raffman Raymond & Hazel Ralph Mr. & Mrs. John Rhodes Mr. & Mrs. Donald C. Richardson Don & Judy Richards Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Riggs Tim Riedel Donald Robbins & Nancy Green Elna & Murray Robbins Edward & Gloria Robin Ms. Laila V. Robins Cynthia M. Robinson Ms. Joan Rogauskas Leo & Carole Rogers Lynne Rogerson Mr. & Mrs. Edwin E. Roland, Jr. Patricia & Ken Rolston Dr. Theresa M. Rosania Dr. Patricia Rose Dr. Hamish Ross Liveria Ross Adrienne & Morris Rothblatt Mamie Bowers & Chris Rowland Barbara Ruane Jack & Joslin Ruffle Ted & Diane Ryan Mr. Tom Ryan Carol C. Sabia in Memory of Eugene Monte Ms. Lillian M. Salazar

Mr. & Mrs. Gary Sanderson Mr. Joel Sanders Mr. Harold Sarvetnick Kim Saunders Ms. Barbara Scanlan Arthur Schackman & Linda Palazzolo Jan & Bill Scheerer Lisa & David Schiff Ms. Margaret Schiller Les Schlessinger & Peggy Lucchesi Mr. Richard Schmenner Marguerite & Richard Schneider Maggie Schweppe Mr. John Seidman Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Sell Ms. Michele Senko Sue Reich & Ken Sidman Matthew & Judi Sills Edie Simonelli Carol Bernstein & John Sinclair Alyson & Richard Slutzky Kevin & Caroline Smith Eric W. Smith Mr. Wallace MacDonald Snow, Jr. Erik Solberg Mr. & Mrs. George South Dr. Irving Sperling Mr. & Mrs. John Spressert Tom & Ann Stainton The Hon. & Mrs. Reginald Stanton Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Starr Ruth & Paul Steck Mr. & Mrs. Michael Steele Stan & Karen Stevinson Dr. & Mrs. Justin Stone Ken & Susan Strahs Dr. & Mrs. James Streicher Mr. & Mrs. Malcom J. Styer in Memory of Eugene Monte Ms. Karen Suchenski Tara Tahil Ms. Samarpana Tamm Mr. Thomas Tansey Mr. & Mrs. Robert G. Teller Mr. & Mrs. Cleyton Tewksbury Arthur Thomas in Memory of Jean Thomas Mr. Christopher J. Thomas Mr. & Mrs. Alan Thompson in Memory of Eugene Monte

THE SHAKESPEARE THEATRE OF NEW JERSEY Patricia & William Thornton Mr. & Mrs. Thomas F. Tobitsch Mr. David Topchik Mr. & Mrs. S. Bleecker Totten Germaine & Richard Trabert Barbara & Gary Troxell Mr. & Mrs. R. Charles Tschampion Ellen & Gary Tureck Ms. Linda Tyler Mr. & Mrs. Laurence Usdin in Honor of Mr. Frank DiPrima Mr. & Mrs. Peter Vernon Donna & Lisa Vickers, George Upton, & Nancy Viggiano in Memory of Gene Monte David & Joanna Vickroy

Mr. & Mrs. Andrew G. Viggiano in Memory of Gene Monte Mr. & Mrs. James von Klemperer Thomas Wafer Donna & Jack Walcott Ms. Alana Walker in Memory of Mary Scarcello Mike Walker Robert & Rosemary Wall Bernard & Jane Wallerstein Ms. Deborah Ward Mr. & Mrs. Carver L. Washburn Beverly D. Weber Mr. & Mrs. Sidney D. Weiss Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth W. West Ms. Christine Whalen & Mr. Jeffrey M. Bender

Mr. & Mrs. John R. Whelan Debbie Whittemore Jackie Wiegand Mr. Patrick Wilkinson Mary Wortreich The Worx Group, LLC Jean C. Wotowicz Mr. & Mrs. Boyd Wright Mr. Brian Zack Brigid & Stephen Zajac Meg Zaleski Helena & Nicole Zodrow Mr. Alan D. Zucker Mr. Richard Zucker & Ms. Susan Rivkind Ms. Sue Zwick


The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey wishes to acknowledge the following donors of in-kind gifts received between April 1, 2012 - October 1, 2013. Angelato Heavenly Ice Cream Arch Reinsurance Jim & Jeanne Barrett Climax Brewing Company Patricia Connell & Martin Schwartz Kevin & Joy Cox Bridget Daley James M. Deaver Duane P. Dietz Helen & Frank DiPrima Mark H. Dold Jan Draper Molly Dunn & Len Smith Suzanne Engel Corinne Farkas

Christopher Fernandez John Gallagher Colin Gallo Georgiann Gongora Joan Huber Haywood Huntley & Beirne Donaldson John Hyland Il Mondo Vecchio Tom & Lynne Keffer S. Dillard Kirby James & Carol Kobak Alfred Macrae Darren Matthias Susan McDonald Susan McHugh

Rich & Vicky McGlynn Anisa Mehdi Jim Mohr Bonnie J. Monte Prudential Mary Romagna Patricia Romagna Robert & Sonja Rickert Val Simson Soho 33 Christine Whalen Albert Wickens Joan Wigdor Helen Zodrow Telcordia Pioneers, Chapter 99

Matching Gifts

The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey gratefully acknowledges the corporations that have matched employee gifts received between April 1, 2012 - October 1, 2013. Alterra Ameriprise Financial Annual Giving Campaign Arch Reinsurance AT&T Foundation Boeing ChevronTexaco

Chubb & Son, a Division of Federal Insurance Company Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation Matching ExxonMobil IBM Corporation Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies

John Wiley & Sons, Inc. The Merck Company Foundation Microsoft Moonachie Corporation Pfizer Foundation Prudential Foundation Verizon Matching

Make your gift to the Shakespeare Theatre twice as nice! Many organizations will double – even triple – your gift! Find out if your organizations has a matching gift program by calling your Human Resources Department today.

Princeton University’s Lewis Center for the Arts presents William Shakespeare’s

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These script-in-hand readings feature members of The Theatre’s company of actors as well as prestigious guest artists. A talk-back session with the director, cast and audience following the reading provides valuable feedback on the play and its potential for future production.

The Madwoman of Chaillot by Jean Giraudoux

November 11 at 7:00 p.m. Giradoux’s eerily prescient, eccentric, post-war comedy pits the common people of Paris against a conglomerate of financiers determined to destroy the City of Lights in order to profit from the oil fields lying beneath the its streets.


Open Captioned Performance November 10th at 2:00pm

Captioning provided by: c2 (caption coalition) inc.

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