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SUNDAY, JANUARY 22 7:30 pm

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CAST

NETworks Presentations, LLC presents

Book by MEL

BROOKS and THOMAS MEEHAN

Music and Lyrics by

MEL BROOKS

Based on the story and screenplay by GENE WILDER and MEL BROOKS and on the original motion picture by special arrangement with TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX

Featuring

A.J. HOLMES

RORY DONOVAN

LEXIE DORSETT

CHRISTOPHER TIMSON PAT SIBLEY

BRITT HANCOCK

ELIZABETH PAWLOWSKI

EDWARD CARIGNAN GREGORY DASSONVILLE JEROME DOERGER MICHAEL PETER DEEB BRETT FIGEL KINSLAND HOWELL LAUREN KADEL GRAHAM KEEN STEPHANIE MADDEN CAITLIN MALONEY KEVIN METZGER ASHLEY GALE MUNZEK SARAH O’CONNOR KRISTEN SCHOEN-RENÉ TUG WATSON ERIC WEAVER Scenery Designed by

Costumes Designed by

Lighting Designed by

ROBIN WAGNER

WILLIAM IVEY LONG

PETER KACZOROWSKI

Sound Designed by

Original Wigs & Hair Designed by

Original Make Up Designed by

JONATHAN DEANS

PAUL HUNTLEY

Casting by

BOB CLINE CASTING Music Supervision and

JASON WETZEL

Production Stage Manager

HOPE VILLANUEVA

Assistant Director/Choreographer KRISTIN MARIE JOHNSON

Music Direction by

Music Coordination by

JUSTIN FISCHER

General Management

JOHN MEZZIO

Production Manager

Company Manager

Executive Producer

Exclusive North American Tour Direction

HECTOR GUIVAS

KIM REITER GENTRY & ASSOCIATES National Marketing and Press Director

MOLLY HAYDON

ANGELINA AVALLONE

KARY M. WALKER

STACY MYERS

Original Music Supervision and Arrangements by

GLEN KELLY

Choreography Recreated by

JAMES GRAY

Direction Recreated by

JEFF WHITING

Direction & Choreography by

SUSAN STROMAN

www.YoungFrankensteinTheMusical.com “Puttin’ on the Ritz” by Irving Berlin

ON THE ROAD

(in order of appearance) Herald..................................................................................................EDWARD CARIGNAN Ziggy ................................................................................................................. BRETT FIGEL Inspector Kemp ........................................................................................ BRITT HANCOCK Medical Students .................................... GREGORY DASSONVILLE, KEVIN METZGER Mr. Hendershot ...................................................................................EDWARD CARIGNAN Frederick Frankenstein ...................................................................................... A.J. HOLMES Telegraph Boy ................................................................................. MICHAEL PETER DEEB Elizabeth ..................................................................................................... LEXIE DORSETT Shoeshine Man ................................................................................................. BRETT FIGEL Igor ................................................................................................. CHRISTOPHER TIMSON Equines ...........................................................................GRAHAM KEEN, ERIC WEAVER Inga ............................................................................................. ELIZABETH PAWLOWSKI Frau Blucher ........................................................................................................ PAT SIBLEY Victor ......................................................................................................JEROME DOERGER The Monster................................................................................................RORY DONOVAN Transylvania Quartet ........................... EDWARD CARIGNAN, MICHAEL PETER DEEB, GRAHAM KEEN, KEVIN METZGER Hermit ....................................................................................................... BRITT HANCOCK Sasha .......................................................................................... GREGORY DASSONVILLE Masha ....................................................................................................CAITLIN MALONEY Basha...................................................................................................... SARAH O’CONNOR Tasha ....................................................................................................KINSLAND HOWELL Bob ............................................................................................................ KEVIN METZGER Ritz Specialty ................................................................................................. ERIC WEAVER The Count ....................................................................................................... ERIC WEAVER

THE ENSEMBLE

EDWARD CARIGNAN, GREGORY DASSONVILLE, JEROME DOERGER, MICHAEL PETER DEEB, BRETT FIGEL, KINSLAND HOWELL, LAUREN KADEL, GRAHAM KEEN, STEPHANIE MADDEN, CAITLIN MALONEY, KEVIN METZGER, ASHLEY GALE MUNZEK, SARAH O’CONNOR, KRISTEN SCHOEN-RENÉ, TUG WATSON, ERIC WEAVER

UNDERSTUDIES

For Inspector Kemp/Hermit: EDWARD CARIGNAN, JEROME DOERGER; For Frederick Frankenstein: GREGORY DASSONVILLE, KEVIN METZGER; For Elizabeth: KINSLAND HOWELL, CAITLIN MALONEY; For Igor: BRETT FIGEL, KEVIN METZGER; For Inga: KINSLAND HOWELL, SARAH O’CONNOR; For Frau Blucher: LAUREN KADEL, CAITLIN MALONEY; For The Monster: EDWARD CARIGNAN, JEROME DOERGER.

SWINGS

LAUREN KADEL, TUG WATSON DANCE CAPTAIN: LAUREN KADEL ASSISTANT DANCE CAPTAIN: TUG WATSON

ORCHESTRA

Conductor: JUSTIN FISCHER Assistant Conductor/Keyboards: JONATHAN PARKS Trumpets: SHANNON SEALS, ERIC SIEREVELD Reeds: BILL TODD, SEAN IMBODEN Trombone: SCOTT CHO Drums/Percussion: DANNY YOUNG

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MUSICAL NUMBERS ACT ONE Scene 1: A Village in Transylvania, 1934 “The Happiest Town� ..................................................................................Villagers Scene 2: Medical School, New York City “The Brain�................................................................................. Frederick, Students Scene 3: Hudson River, Pier 57 “Please Don’t Touch Me� .................................................... Elizabeth and Voyagers Scene 4: A Railroad Station in Transylvania “Together Again� ................................................................................Frederick, Igor Scene 5: A Hay Wagon “Roll in The Hay� ..................................................................... Inga, Frederick, Igor Scene 6: Castle Frankenstein Scene 7: The Grand Hall of Castle Frankenstein “Join the Family Business� ..........................................Victor, Frederick, Ancestors Scene 8: The Laboratory “He Vas My Boyfriend� ........................................................................Frau Blucher Scene 9: The Town Hall “The Law� ................................................................................. Kemp and Villagers Scene 10: The Laboratory “Life, Life�.................................................................................................. Frederick Scene 11: The Courtyard of Castle Frankenstein “Welcome to Transylvania�..................................................... Transylvania Quartet “Transylvania Mania� ............................Igor, Frederick, Inga, Kemp and Villagers THERE WILL BE A 15-MINUTE INTERMISSION.

ACT TWO Scene 1: The Forest “He’s Loose� .............................................................................. Kemp and Villagers Scene 2: The Laboratory “Listen to Your Heart� ........................................................................................Inga “Surprise� ....................................................... Elizabeth, Igor, Frau Blucher, Sasha, Masha, Basha, Tasha and Bob Scene 3: A Remote Cottage in the Forest “Please Send Me Someone� ........................................................................... Hermit Scene 4: The Dungeon of Castle Frankenstein “Man About Town� .................................................................................... Frederick Scene 5: A Theatre in Transylvania “Puttin’ on the Ritz� Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin ............................Frederick, The Monster, Inga, Igor, Frau Blucher, Ensemble Scene 6: A Cave in the Forest “Deep Love� ............................................................................................... Elizabeth Scene 7: The Laboratory Scene 8: The Village Square “Deep Love� (Reprise) .......................................................................... The Monster Finale Ultimo .......................................................................................The Company Please be advised that strobe lights are used in this production.

WHO’S WHO IN THE CAST A.J. HOLMES (Frederick Frankenstein). Credits: University of Michigan, Ragtime (Tateh), See Rock City (Jess). Composer/ Music Director/Pianist/Actor with Team StarKid (www.teamstarkid.com), A Very Potter Musical, Me And My Dick (Heart). Thank you to my mom and dad for all your support! Go Blue! RORY DONOVAN (The Monster) is beyond thrilled to be making his national touring debut with such a fantastic production. Recent Credits: The Who’s Tommy (Minister Simpson) at the Berkshire Theatre festival. 2011 Graduate of University of the Arts (BFA Musical Theatre.) Thanks so much to Bob, Jeff, Tina and everyone at NETworks. All his love to his Mom, Dad and to his perfect wife Kati. www.rorydonovanonline.com LEXIE DORSETT (Elizabeth) is thrilled to be touring with Young Frankenstein! Highlights: Anything Goes (Reno), Hair (Sheila), Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Jolene), The Drowsy Chaperone (Chaperone). Proud CCM graduate. Deep love to my family, friends, G.A.D., Matthew, and the Amy Murphy Studio for always believing in me. www. lexiedorsett.com ELIZABETH PAWLOWSKI (Inga) is ready to make zem roll in zee aisles in another Mel Brooks musical with the NETworks family. National tours include: The Drowsy Chaperone (Janet Van De Graff ); The Producers (Ulla). Regional: The Drowsy Chaperone (Janet Van De Graff), St. Michaels Playhouse; On Your Toes (Frankie Frayne), Surflight Theatre; The Producers, (Ulla), Arts Center of Coastal Carolina; 42nd Street 'LDQH /RULPDU  6XUÀLJKW 7KHDWUH 7KDQNV to God, mom, daddy who always watches over me, and Jon. Kocham was! www. elizabethpawlowski.com PAT SIBLEY (Frau Blucher). This is Pat’s 8th year on the road. Previous tours: Oklahoma! (Aunt Eller); Annie (Mrs. Pugh); Wizard of Oz (Wicked Witch). Originally from Los Angeles Pat now resides in Seattle. Professional training: A.C.T. in San Francisco and PCPA in Santa Maria, CA. CHRISTOPHER TIMSON (Igor) is thrilled to be making his NETworks debut! National tour: The Music Man (Quartet). NY: MITF’s Between the Bricks (Tin). Regional: Sweeney

Todd (Tobias), The Rocky Horror Show (Brad), Forever Plaid (Jinx), and A Chorus Line (Bobby). CCM grad. Love and thanks to his family, friends, and G.A.D. To Lexie- “Let’s Misbehave!â€? www.ChristopherTimson.info BRITT HANCOCK (Inspector Kemp/ Hermit). National Tours: The Producers (Roger DeBris), The Drowsy Chaperone, Hairspray. Select Regional: White Christmas (Bob Wallace), Beauty & the Beast (Beast), Chicago (Billy Flynn), Camelot (Arthur), Oklahoma! (Jud), A Little Night Music (Carl-Magnus), and Brigadoon (Tommy, Broadwayworld.com Award). A Florida native and a graduate of Ole Miss, Britt would like to thank NETworks, his family, and the CCP gang. EDWARD CARIGNAN (Ensemble) is a performer and director/choreographer in NYC. Phantom of the Opera (European Tour), Carol Channing in Concert (NYC), Beauty and the Beast (Gateway), Titanic, Miss Saigon (VMT), White Christmas (Phil Davis), The Producers, Sweeney Todd, Dames at Sea, Oceania Cruises (Europe ‘05), choreographer for the hit LA musical “Boomermaniaâ€?. Love to friends and family! www.edwardcarignan.com GREGORY DASSONVILLE (Ensemble) is thrilled to be touring with Young Frankenstein. From West Hartford, CT, Gregory holds a BFA from Syracuse University. Regional: The Music Man (Ogunquit Playhouse), Damn Yankees and Seussical (Weston Playhouse). Thanks to all who made this possible. For Mom. MICHAEL PETER DEEB (Ensemble). A Buffalo, NY native making his touring debut! Regional: A Chorus Line (Mike), The Wizard of Oz, Joseph‌, Beauty and the Beast, Fiddler on the Roof; Celebrity Cruises. BFA Dance, SUNY Buffalo. Love and thanks to family, friends, teachers, MSA! J EROME DOERGER (Ensemble) is thrilled to be making his National Tour debut with Young Frankenstein. Regional: Jerry Springer: The Opera, Shenandoah, and Man of LaMancha. B.F.A. Wright State University. Thanks to Bob Cline Casting and NETworks. Love to family and friends. www. jeromedoerger.com BR ETT FIGEL (Zigg y/Ensemble) is Continued on next page

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WHO’S WHO IN THE CAST thrilled to be making his national tour debut! Regional: The 39 Steps (Richard Hannay), Legally Blonde (Carlos), Spamalot (Sir Bors), A Christmas Carol (Young Marley). Proud Wagner College Theatre graduate. Thanks to my loving circle of family and friends! KINSLAND HOWELL (Ensemble) is thrilled to be a part of Young Frankenstein! BFA in Musical Theatre from East Carolina University. International tour: A Chorus Line (Judy), Reg’l: The Producers, The Wild Party (Queenie). Incredible thanks to my family, friends, and NETworks! LAUREN KADEL (Swing/Dance Captain). National Tours: The Wizard of Oz (Assistant Choreographer/Director, Swing); The Producers (Swing, DC). Regional: NSMT’s Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, 42nd Street (Anytime Annie); Riverside Theatre and JSE, Cabaret (Texas), and MTWichita’s Me and My Girl, Annie Get Your Gun, Oklahoma!, Footloose, and Good News. BFA: University of California, Irvine. Thanks to her family, friends and her wonderful husband Shannon. www.laurenkadel.com GRAHAM KEEN (Ensemble) is delighted to be out on the road with Young Frankenstein! National Tour: The Music Man (Ensemble, Quartet u/s). Regional Favorites: 42nd Street (Billy Lawlor), Hello Dolly! (Ambrose Kemper), A Chorus Line (Mark), Hairspray (IQ). BA Wagner College, native of Nashville, TN. He sends endless thanks to those who have encouraged him to do what he loves! STEPHANIE MADDEN (Ensemble) is WKULOOHG WR MRLQ WKH FDVW IRU KHU ¿UVW 1DWLRQDO Tour! Some Credits include: Crazy For You (swing), The Radio City Christmas Spectacular (Radio City Rockette). Love to my family and friends who have given me endless support! CAITLIN MALONEY (Ensemble). Off Broadway: I Married Wyatt Earp (Cora), Tours: The Great American Trailer Park Musical! (Pickles) 2008 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Wizard of Oz (Glinda/Aunt Em). Other favorites: Annie Get Your Gun! (Annie Oakley), Pajama Game (Babe Williams), Eleanor: An American Love Story (Eleanor Roosevelt), Drowsy Chaperone (Mrs. Tottendale). Love and than ks! www.voice123.com/caitlinmaloney

KEVIN METZGER (Ensemble) is ecstatic to join the YF family business! National Tour: ‘S Wonderful, The New Gershwin Musical. Regional: The Producers, Legally Blonde, Spamalot, Hairspray, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. BFA from NYU/CAP21. Thanks to everyone who made this possible! For my family. www.kevinmetzger.net. ASHLEY GALE MUNZEK (Ensemble) graduated summa cum laude from Point Park University with a BFA in dance. Film: Featured dancer in Sorority Row and Love and Other Drugs. Regional Theatre: Cats (Cassandra/Electra) and Chicago (Ensemble). She is delighted to be making her National Tour Debut! SARAH O’CONNOR (Ensemble) is thrilled to be making her national tour debut! A native Jersey Girl, Sarah is also a Syracuse graduate. Regional: My Fair Lady, Meet Me in St. Louis (Rose). For Mom & Dad with love always. KRISTEN SCHOEN-RENÉ (Ensemble) is excited to be making her National Tour debut with Young Frankenstein! Highlights: Radio City Rockette, 42nd Street (Diane Lorrimer/ Ensemble), touring dancer for L’Oreal Professionnel, held many baton twirling titles. B.F.A. in Dance from The Ailey School/ Fordham University. TUG WATSON (Swing, Assistant Dance Captain) is so happy to be back on the road with Young Frankenstein! Previous credits include the National Tours of Cats (Munkustrap) and Annie (Ensemble). A Syracuse University Graduate, and son of Drew and Becky, he hopes you enjoy the show. ERIC WEAVER (Ensemble) makes his National Tour debut with Young Frankenstein! Regional: The Drowsy Chaperone (Robert Martin), 42nd Street (Andy Lee), Crazy For You (Bobby Child). Professional: Regent Cruises/Jean Ann Ryan Productions (Principal Vocalist). B.A. in Drama, Honors in Musical Theatre – UC Irvine. www.ericweaveronline. com MEL BROOKS (Book, Composer & Lyricist, Producer) Director, producer, writer and actor, Mel Brooks is the creator of the 2001 smash hit Broadway musical The Producers— winner of a record-breaking 12 Tony Awards. Continued on next page

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Three of those Tony Awards (Best Score, Best Book of a Musical, Best Musical) went to Mel Brooks himself, as well as two Grammy Awards (Best Musical Show Album and Best Long-Form Music Video). Mr. Brooks began his distinguished career during television’s Golden Age as a writer for Sid Caesar on “Your Show of Showsâ€? in 1951. In 1955 and in 1957, Brooks received Emmy Award nominations (with others) for Best Comedy Writing for “Caesar’s Hour,â€? and in 1956 he was nominated (with others) for Best Writing for a Variety or Situation Comedy. In 1952, Brooks wrote sketches for Leonard Sillman’s Broadway smash-hit revue, New Faces of 1952, and in 1957, together with Joe Darion, he wrote the book for the Broadway musical Shinbone Alley, which starred Eartha Kitt. In 1962, he wrote the book for the Broadway musical All American, starring Ray Bolger. In the ‘60s, Brooks teamed up with Carl Reiner to write and perform The 2000 Year Old Man albums, which became immediate bestsellers. In 1960 and 1961, Brooks and Reiner received Grammy Award nominations for Best Spoken-Word Comedy for 2000 Years and for Best Comedy Performance for 2000 and One Years, respectively. In 1997, Brooks and Reiner teamed up again for The 2000 Year Old Man in the Year 2000. Both a book and CD were released, the CD winning a Grammy Award in 1998 for the Best Spoken-Word Album, Comedy. Brooks wrote and narrated The Critic, a short satire on avant-garde art ÂżOPV ZKLFK UHFHLYHG WKH $FDGHP\ $ZDUG IRU Best Animated Short Subject in 1964. In 1965, he teamed up with Buck Henry and created “Get Smart,â€? the long-running television show starring Don Adams as Agent 86. Brooks, along with others, received an Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing Achievement in Comedy-Variety in 1967 for “The Sid Caesar, Imogene Coca, Carl Reiner, Howard Morris Special.â€? In 1968, he wrote and directed his first feature film, The Producers, starring Zero Mostel and Gene Wilder, which earned him an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen. He then went on to create a remarkable string of hit comedies: 1970, wrote, directed and acted in The Twelve Chairs; 1974, co-wrote, directed and acted in Blazing Saddles and

was nominated, along with John Morris, for Best Title Song, “Blazing Saddlesâ€?; 1974, co-wrote and directed Young Frankenstein; 1976, co-wrote, directed and starred in Silent Movie; 1977, co-wrote, directed, produced and starred in High Anxiety; 1981, wrote, directed, produced and starred in History of the World, Part I; 1983, produced and starred in To Be or Not to Be; 1987, co-wrote, GLUHFWHG SURGXFHG DQG VWDUUHG LQ WKH KLW VFLÂż spoof, Spaceballs; 1991, co-wrote, directed, produced and starred in Life Stinks; 1993, co-wrote, directed, produced and starred in Robin Hood: Men in Tights; 1995, co-wrote, directed, produced and starred in Dracula: Dead and Loving It; 2005, co-wrote and produced The Producers, the film version of his Tony Award-winning 2001 Broadway musical and was nominated for a Grammy for Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, “There’s Nothing Like a Show on Broadway.â€? For three successive seasons, Brooks won the Emmy Award for his role as Uncle Phil on the hit comedy show, “Mad About You.â€? His visionary film company, Brooksfilms Limited, founded in 1980, has produced VRPH RI $PHULFDÂśV PRVW GLVWLQJXLVKHG ÂżOPV among them David Lynch’s The Elephant Man, David Cronenberg’s The Fly, Frances, Richard Benjamin’s My Favorite Year and 84 Charing Cross Road, starring Anthony Hopkins and Anne Bancroft. THOMAS MEEHAN (Book) won the 2003 Tony Award for co-writing the book for Hairspray after having won the 2001 Tony Award for co-writing the book of The Producers. Earlier, in 1977, he received his first Tony Award for writing the book of Annie, ZKLFK ZDV KLV ÂżUVW %URDGZD\ VKRZ and he has since written the books for the musicals I Remember Mama, Ain’t Broadway Grand, Annie Warbucks, Bombay Dreams and Cry-Baby. In addition, he is a longtime contributor of humor pieces, including “Yma Dream,â€? to The New Yorker; an Emmy Award-winning writer of television comedy; and a collaborator on a number of screenplays, including Mel Brooks’ Spaceballs, To Be or Not to Be and the film version of The Producers. He is also the co-author of the libretto of 1984, an opera composed by Lorin Maazel and based on George Orwell’s classic Continued on next page

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novel of the same name, which had its world premiere in the spring of 2003 at London’s Royal Opera House and was performed last year at La Scala in Milan. Mr. Meehan is a member of the Council of the Dramatists Guild. His latest musical was Elf for which he co-wrote the book with Bob Martin. SUSA N STROM A N (Director/ Choreographer). Ms. Stroman most recently won critical acclaim for her direction and choreography of the Broadway production of The Scottsboro Boys. She directed and choreographed The Producers, winner of a record-making 12 Tony Awards including Best Direction and Best Choreography. She co-created, directed and choreographed the groundbreaking musical Contact for Lincoln Center Theater, winning the 2000 Tony Award for Best Choreography, as well as Drama Desk, Outer Critics’ Circle and Lucille Lortel Awards and a 2003 Emmy Award for Live at Lincoln Center. Other Broadway credits include, Oklahoma! (Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, Olivier Awards), Thou Shalt Not, The Music Man (Outer Critics Circle Award), The Frogs, Steel Pier, Big, Show Boat (Tony, Outer Critics Circle Awards), Picnic and Crazy for You (Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, Olivier Awards). Off-Broadway credits include The Scottsboro Boys (Lucille Lortel Award), And the World Goes ’Round (Outer Critics Circle Award), Flora the Red Menace, and Happiness. For ten years she choreographed Madison Square Garden’s annual spectacular event A Christmas Carol (Outer Critics Circle Award), directed by Mike Ockrent. For New York City Opera she choreographed A Little Night Music, 110 in the Shade, and Don Giovanni. For New York City Ballet, Ms. Stroman created Double Feature, a full-length ballet featuring the music of Irving Berlin and Walter Donaldson, and For the Love of Duke featuring the music of Duke Ellington. She has created the ballets But Not For Me for the Martha Graham Company and Take Five…More or Less for 3DFL¿F 1RUWKZHVW %DOOHW +HU FKRUHRJUDSK\ received an Emmy nomination for the HBO presentation Liza – Live From Radio City Music Hall, starring Liza Minnelli. Other TV credits include co-conceiver/choreographer for PBS’s Sondheim – a Celebration at Carnegie

Hall and An Evening with the Boston Pops – a Tribute to Leonard Bernstein. She received the American Choreography Award for her work in Columbia Pictures feature ¿OP &HQWHU 6WDJH 0V 6WURPDQ GLUHFWHG DQG choreographed The Producers: The Movie Musical, nominated for 4 Golden Globes. She is the recipient of the George Abbott Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Theatre and the winner of a record five Astaire Awards. JEFF WHITING (Tour Director). Broadway: The Scottsboro Boys, Young Frankenstein, Hair, Wicked (5th Anniv.). Concerts: James Taylor Live (Carnegie Hall); James Taylor - Guitar Conversations (Carnegie Hall); STRO! Honoring Susan Stroman (Hudson Theatre). Off-B’Way: Happiness (Lincoln Center); Tarantella - Spider Dance; The Scottsboro Boys (Vineyard). International: Jersey Boys (West End); Hairspray (Brazil). National Tours: The Scottsboro Boys, Hairspray, The Producers. Opera: Kiss Me, Kate (Glimmerglass); We Open In Paris (Glimmerglass). Jeff is a member of The Walt Disney Company’s creative staff (writer, director, choreographer). He is the creator and owner of the ground-breaking software program for the documentation of staging and choreography, Stage Write Software. stagewritesoftware.com Jeff is also the Artistic Director of Open Jar Productions, dedicated to the development and direction of new plays, musicals and The Open Jar Institute, dedicated to quality actor training. www.openjarproductions.com JAMES GRAY (Tour Choreographer) has just finished directing and choreographing Peg O My Heart, The New Musical, which won the MITF Best Musical Award. He has a long association with Susan Stroman and Mel Brooks, most recently serving as Associate Director/Choreographer for the 2nd National tour of Young Frankenstein. He was Dance Captain for both the Original Broadway company of Young Frankenstein and the Original London Production of The Producers. As a performer in Young Frankenstein, he understudied and performed the role of Igor on Broadway as well as the 1st National Tour. His history with The Producers was three fold—Original London Continued on next page

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Company (understudied and performing the role of Carmen Ghia with Nathan Lane); The Broadway company; and seen as a little old lady in the Movie Musical version. James has toured the US in 42nd Street. Other productions include Radio City Christmas Spectacular, Jubilee (Las Vegas), and Irving Berlin’s White Christmas (Pantages LA). He has also performed at the Sporting Club in Monte Carlo and at the Lido de Paris with the famous Bluebell Girls. His West End credits include Me and My Girl, the original companies of Mack and Mabel and Beauty and The Beast. The Hello Dolly Gala with Carol Channing and The Styne Way Gala (where he partnered Chita Rivera and Rita Moreno) at the London Palladium. He is currently the Associate Choreographer for A Christmas Story The Musical. James thanks Susan and Mel for this amazing opportunity. ROBIN WAGNER (Set Designer) is currently working with Benny Anderrson and Bjorn Ulveus (Chess, Mamma Mia!, ABBA) on a new production of Kristinia in Helsinki, Finland, and Leap of Faith for Broadway. Broadway designs include the new production of A Chorus Line; The Producers (Tony Award); The Boy From Oz; Kiss Me, Kate; Saturday Night Fever; Side Show; Angels in America; Victor/Victoria; Jelly’s Last Jam; City Of Angels (Tony Award); Crazy for You; Jerome Robbins’ Broadway; Chess; 42nd Street; Dreamgirls; On the Twentieth Century (Tony Award); A Chorus Line; Jesus Christ Superstar; Lenny; Promises, Promises; The Great White Hope; and Hair. Other work includes operas: the Metropolitan, Swedish Royal, Vienna State, Royal Opera Covent Garden. Honors also include Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle and other awards. He is a trustee of the Public Theater and a member of the Theatre Hall of Fame. W I LLI A M I V EY LONG (Cost u me Designer). Young Frankenstein marked Mr. Long’s ninth Broadway collaboration with Susan Stroman. Previous collaborations include The Frogs, Thou Shalt Not, The Producers (Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle Awards), The Music Man, Contact (Hewes Award), Steel Pier, Big, Picnic, Crazy for You (Tony, Outer Critics Circle Awards), also A Christmas Carol at

Madison Square Garden, Double Feature at New York City Ballet as well as The Producers: The Movie Musical (2005). Other Broadway includes Catch Me If You Can, Nine to Five, Pal Joey, Grey Gardens (Tony Award), Hairspray (Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle Awards), Chicago, Sweet Charity, La Cage aux Folles, The Boy From Oz, Swing!, Guys and Dolls (Drama Desk Award), Lend Me a Tenor (Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle Awards), Nine (Tony, Drama Desk, Maharam Awards). Mr. Long also designed costumes for the Rolling Stones Steel Wheels Tour and for Siegfried and Roy at the Mirage Hotel. He is a 5 time Tony Award winning designer and was inducted into the Theatre Hall of Fame in 2005. PETER K ACZOROWSK I (Lighting) Broadway: more than 40 plays and musicals including the current Tony winning revival of Anything Goes, Born Yesterday, That Championship Season, Driving Miss Daisy, A View From the Bridge, Time Stands Still; Waiting for Godot; Curtains; Grey Gardens; The Producers; Contact; Kiss Me, Kate; Steel Pier. Recent Off-Broadway: All’s Well and M4M in Central Park, Venus in Fur, School for Lies, The Brothers/Sisters plays, Ruined. Resident companies: NY Shakespeare Festival (both downtown and at the Delacorte), MTC, Roundabout, Lincoln Center Theatre, Playwright’s Horizons, City Center Encores! Regional: The Goodman, Guthrie, Geffen, Seattle Rep, La Jolla, Berkeley, CTG, Long Wharf, Centerstage, Hartford. Opera: The Met, NYCO, San Francisco, Houston, Santa Fe, Seattle. Abroad: Royal Opera, Scottish Opera, Opera/North, Edinburgh Festival, Maggio Festival Florence, L’Arena di Verona, La Fenice, OperBonn, Teatro Sao Carlos Lisbon. Awards: Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics, Dramalogue and Hewes Design awards. JONATHAN DEANS (Sound Designer) recent Broadway credits include Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, Spiderman, La Cage aux Folles, Young Frankenstein, Pirate Queen, Lestat, Taboo, Follies, Seussical, Music Man, Fosse, Parade. His work with Cirque du Soleil include Viva Elvis, OVO, Love, Ka, Zumanity, O, Mystere, La Nouba, Corteo. He Continued on next page

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was nominated for a Tony award in 2010 and has been presented with a USITT award for ‘Distinguished Career in Sound Design’. PAUL HUNTLEY (Hair and Wig Design) London-born Paul Huntley has worked on hundreds of Broadway shows since his 1972 arrival in New York, most memorably the original productions of Amadeus, Cats, Evita, Les MisĂŠrables, Sweeney Todd The Producers, and Hairspray. A recipient of the Drama Desk and Tony awards, he has also worked with some of the most legendary leading ladies of the cinema, ranging from Bette Davis, Mae West, Marlene Dietrich and Vivien Leigh to Jane Fonda, Faye Dunaway, Glenn Close, and Jessica Lange. Current shows include Anything Goes, War Horse, and Man and Boy. ANGELINA AVALLONE (Make-up Design). Most recent projects include:Anything Goes, The Importance of Being Earnest, Master Class, Good People, The Addams Family, A Little Night Music, Memphis, A Behanding in Spokane, The Royal Family and Collected Stories. Broadway credits include West Side Story, Rock of Ages, 9 TO 5, Happiness, 33 Variations, Waiting For Godot, Guys and Dolls, Gypsy, Accent on Youth, The Little Mermaid, Company, The Coast of Utopia, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Sweeney Todd, The Times They Are A-Changin’, Curtains, The Pirate Queen, Company, The Color Purple, The Pajama Game, Grey Gardens, Awake and Sing!, Fame Becomes Me, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Sweet Charity, The Light in the Piazza, The Pillowman, Wonderful Town, Seascape, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Lestat, Dance of the Vampires, Dracula the Musical, Little Shop of Horrors and Our Leading Lady for MTC. B O B C L I N E CA ST I NG (C a s t i n g Director). Besides Young Frankenstein, Bob has most recently cast the national tours of Shrek, Hairspray, Beauty and the Beast, The Drowsy Chaperone, Annie, Full Monty, Rent, Ragtime, Seussical, Bye Bye Birdie, Music Man, Little Women, 39 Steps + over 30 others. He has also helped to populate nearly 1000 regional theatre productions across the FRXQWU\  WY ÂżOP DQG FRPPHUFLDOV %RE LV also a proud professor at Pace University in their BFA Musical Theatre program. KRISTIN MARIE JOHNSON (Assistant Director/Choreographer). Broadway: Young

Frankenstein (original cast member). National Tours: Young Frankenstein (Dance Captain) and 42nd St.. NYC: Radio City Rockette (3 years). Other credits include: Beauty and the Beast at Disney’s Hollywood Studios (Orlando,FL) and various industrials across the country. B.A. degree in theatre from Florida State University. Thank you to my family and friends for their love and support. Thank you to Stro for turning my Broadway dreams into a reality. It has been such an honor to be a part of a Mel Brooks and Susan Stroman production. STACY MYERS (Company Manager) National Tours: Chicago, Jersey Boys (SF/ Vegas), Sweet Charity 1st National, Rent. Regional: West Virginia Public Theatre, New York Stage & Film, La Jolla Playhouse. Co-Founder: Ad Astra Theatre Ensemble. Proud Graduate: Washburn University. Love sent to The Land of Oz! GLEN KELLY (Original Music Arrangements and Supervision) Music supervisor and arranger for Broadway’s The Producers. He also arranged music for Broadway’s The Book Of Mormon, The Scottsboro Boys, Spamalot, The Drowsy Chaperone, Beauty and the Beast, The Frogs, High Society, Steel Pier, Dance a Little Closer and A Christmas Carol. For New York City Ballet, he arranged the music and co-wrote the libretto (with Susan Stroman) for Double Feature. Other ballet credits include Thou Swell (for NYCB) and But Not for Me for the Martha Graham Company. J EFF K NAGGS (Makeup and Hair Coordinator) Jeff Knaggs has been doing hair for over 30 years and is thrilled to once again be working with the Green Monster. Credits include Les Miserables, 42nd St., Dracula, Bombay Dreams, The Woman in White, Movin’ Out, Spamalot, Beauty and the Beast, Young Frankenstein, Forbidden Broadway, Radio City, Peepshow, Mamma Mia, and Cirque du Soleil’s Viva Elvis. In addition to theatre, Jeff has worked on national campaigns for Pastry Shoes, Cosmopolitan Hotel, Mandalay Bay Hotel, and University of Phoenix. HOPE VILLANUEVA (Production Stage Manager). Hope is pleased to join the Young Frankenstein team for her second Broadway national tour, coming from the national tour

of My Fair Lady. She spent two seasons in Hawaii as Resident and Touring Stage Manager for Honolulu Theatre for Youth and was also Associate Production Manager on Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey’s Bellobration, which featured Bello Nock and world record holding daredevil, Nikolas Wallenda. Previously, she has stage managed at The Theatre @ Boston Court, The Zephyr Theatre, and The Fountain Theatre, among others. Some of her favorite projects have included Theory of Mind, Courting Vampires, Into the Woods, and SHOUT the Mod Musical. She sends her love to Keldon for his never ending patience and love. JASON WETZEL (Music Supervision) is happy to be returning to Transylvania after traveling with the 1st National Company last year. National Tours: Music Director, The Drowsy Chaperone; How The Grinch Stole Christmas. Associate Conductor, The Producers. Also, Jersey Boys, Wicked, Spamalot, Hairspray, Annie. Regional: 11 productions at Maine State Music Theatre, Northern Stage, Gateway Playhouse, Ogunquit Playhouse. Vocal Coach and Pianist for The Walt Disney World Company. For the gypsies. JUSTIN FISCHER (Music Director/ Conductor) recently completely a year-long stint as Associate Music Director on the 2nd national tour of Spring Awakening. Past tours include Hairspray, I Love a Piano. Pre-Broadway: Associate for Trip of Love, in Osaka, Japan. Regional: Legally Blonde, Avenue Q, Altar Boyz (Gateway Playhouse), Nine (Seaside Music Theater), Seussical (Orlando Repertory Theatre). As composer/lyricist, his recent work includes an adaptation of Pinocchio for the Random Farms Kids Theater (Elmsford, NY), and The Princess of Riverside Drive for the Vital Theatre Company (New York, NY). Past commissions include musicals for the Erie Playhouse (Erie, PA), and the Seagle Music Colony (Schroon Lake, NY). Love to John. MOLLY HAYDON (National Marketing and Press Director) began her career in entertainment marketing in Canada promoting concerts and touring theatre. For more than a decade now, she has specialized in marketing Broadway and arena tours across North America and in London. First national tours include: The Producers; Wicked; Kiss Me, Kate; Copenhagen; Dame Edna’s The Royal Tour;

The Sound of Music and Annie. For the last three years Molly has overseen the hugely successful arena tour of Walking With Dinosaurs. Molly has had the distinct privilege of working with the LQGXVWU\œV ¿QHVW DQG IXQQLHVW 6SHFLDO 7KDQNV WR Tom Viertel and Laura Green. ON THE ROAD (Tour Direction) is a fullservice theatrical booking agency providing booking and contract services for touring shows throughout North America. Founded in 1997, On The Road is proud to have served as tour director for such Tony Award winning shows as The Producers – the new Mel Brooks musical, Hairspray, Movin’ Out, Sweeney Todd, and Spring Awakening as well as The Rat Pack – Live at the Sands, Little Shop of Horrors, Golda’s Balcony, Burn The Floor, and Young Frankenstein. Simma Levine, an industry veteran, joined On The Road in 2002 and has been President since September 2004. K A RY M . WA L K E R (E x e c u t i v e Producer) Mr. Walker was Executive Producer for Marriott Lincolnshire Theatre in Chicago for 2 decades. Marriott became a musical theatre under his leadership a nd develop e d t he la rge st mu sical theatre subscription audience in the U.S. Mr. Walker is a founding board member of the National Alliance for Musical Theatre and former President of the League of Chicago Theatres. For NETworks he has served as Executive Producer for tours of Kiss Me, Kate; Seussical; Contact; Cabaret; Annie; Rent; Sweeney Todd; The Drowsy Chaperone; A Chorus Line and Spring Awakening. NETworks PR ESENTATIONS, LLC (Prod uce r). Si nce 1995, N ETwork s has produced and managed over 45 touring productions in the US., U.K. and internationally. Current productions include Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Young Frankenstein, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s South Pacific, Blue Man Group National Tour, La Cage Aux Folles, Shrek The Musical, Billy Elliot The Musical and The New 25th Anniversary Production of Les MisÊrables. Future productions include Disney and Cameron Mackintosh’s Mary Poppins, Flashdance the Musical and National Theatre of Great Britain’s production of War Horse touring the U.S.

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STAFF FOR YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN Executive Producer Kary M. Walker General Management Gentry & Associates Scott Jackson Gregory Vander Ploeg Kim Reiter Dawn Kusinski Bobby Maglaughlin Tour Marketing M Haydon Inc Tour Direction On The Road Booking, Simma Levine Casting Bob Cline Casting Company Manager Stacy Myers Production Stage Manager . . . . . . Hope Villanueva Head Carpenter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mark Wise Assistant Costume Designer . . . . . . . .Cathy Parrott Associate Set Design . . . . . . . . . . . . David Peterson Make-Up and Hair Coordinator . . . . . . Jeff Knaggs Make-Up and Hair Supervisor . . . Caitlin Maxwell Lighting Designer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . John Viesta Assistant Sound Designer . . . . . . . . . . . Brian Hsieh Shopper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Elizabeth Van Buren Flyman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Andrew Lyczkowski Assistant Carpenter . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tim Bergstrom Head Electrician. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Adam Cavanaugh Ass’t. Electrician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . John Stinson Production Electrician . . . . . . . . . . . . Nicole Laeger Head Props . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Chris Reininger Head Wardrobe. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Meg Peresich Ass’t. Wardrobe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nicole Watts Print Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Herger 3 Radio Spot Production. . . . . . . . . . . . . .HMS Media Television Spot Design/Video Production . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .HMS Media Website . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pit Bull Interactive Production Photography . . . . . . . . . . . . Paul Kolnik Merchandising . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dewynters Legal . . . . Franklin, Weinrib, Rudell & Vassallo, P.C. HR & Payroll Services . . . Human Resources, inc. Insurance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Chubb Tax Consultant . Brent A. Turner, One Source PSG IT Services . . George W. Wilson, One Source PSG Accounting Services . . . . . . . . . . . One Source PSG Housing . . . . . . . . . . . .Lisa Morris, Road Concierge Travel Agency. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Janice Kessler, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carlson Wagonlit Travel Trucking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Clark Transfer Cast Bus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Croswell VIP Coach Crew Bus. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Clarion Coach

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For NETworks Presentations ________________________________________________ &KLHI ([HFXWLYH 2I¿FHU . . . . . . . . . . . Ken Gentry &KLHI 2SHUDWLQJ 2I¿FHU . . . . . . . Scott W. Jackson Director of Finance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .John Kinna Executive Producers . .Seth Wenig, Kary M. Walker Associate Producer. . . . . . . . . . . . Angela Rowles Assistant Producers . . . Jim Lanahan, Mary Witte Assistant to the CEO . . . . . . . . . . . . . Curt Owens Senior General Manager . .Gregory Vander Ploeg General Manager . . . Dawn Kusinski, Kim Reiter Associate General Manager . . . . . . . . Curt Owens Assistant General Manager . .Bobby Maglaughlin Production Manager. . . . . . . . . . . . .Jason Juenker Associate Production Manager . . . Hector Guivas Assistant Production Manager . Christian Bottorff Marketing/PR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Heather Hess Music Coordinator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . John Mezzio Assistant Controller . . . . . . . . . . . Jennifer Gifford 2I¿FH 0DQDJHU . . . . . . . . . . . . . Buddy Piccolino 2I¿FH $VVLVWDQW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nancy Kerr ________________________________________________ Credits Rehearsed at Pearl Studios; Orchestral Enhancement by Mystl Music; Scenery provided by Hudson Scenic Studio; Additional scenery provided by Showroom, Inc and F&D Scene Changes; Painted drops provided by Scenic Art Studios; Lighting equipment provided by PRG Lighting; Sound equipment provided by PRG Audio; Stage properties provided by Cigar Box Studios; Rabbit’s Choice and Costume Armour; Additional props built by Showman Fabricators; Frankenstein puppet provided by Michael Curry Design; Hand props by Moon Boots - Jennie Marino. Costumes by Carelli Costumes, Inc.; David Quinn; Euro-Co Costumes, Inc.; Jennifer Love Costumes, Inc.; John David Ridge, Inc.; Scafati Tailoring, Inc.; Tricorne, Inc. Shoes by T.O. Dey, J.C. Theatrical and LaDuca. Millinery by Carelli Costumes, Inc.; Rodney Gordon, Inc. ________________________________________________ Special Thanks to Stanley Center for the Arts, Utica, NY and John M. Fehlner, Jr. ________________________________________________ Financial Services and banking arrangements by M&T Bank ________________________________________________ Visit the Young Frankenstein The Musical website at www.YoungFrankensteinTheMusical.com ________________________________________________ All stage work performed by employees represented by IATSE. UNITED SCENIC ARTISTS represents the designers and scenic painters for the American Theatre. The Director and Choreographer are members of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society, an independent national labor union.

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Thank You for Supporting the Performing Arts Fund at Stephens Auditorium The Iowa State Center gratefully acknowledges those who contribute to the Performing Arts Fund at Stephens Auditorium. Every gift plays an important part in the success of the Performing Arts Series’ far-reaching programs. By bridging the gap between expenses and ticket revenues, the Performing Arts Fund at Stephens Auditorium provides critical support for all Performing Arts Series activities. Gifts listed are current as of December 28, 2011. We make every effort to be accurate and present your name in the way you wish. If we have made an error or your preference has changed, please contact Patti Cotter, Sponsorship & Development Manager, at 515-294-1238 or pcotter@iastate.edu. IMPRESARIO $ 5,000 and above The Lauridsen Family Endowment EXECUTIVE PRODUCER $ 2,500 and above Jim Beckwith George C. & Susan J. Christensen Harry & Cecilia Horner Kawaler Family Charitable Foundation Jayne Larson & Ira White Beverly & Warren Madden Sue & Al Ravenscroft DIRECTOR $ 1,000 and above Irene Beavers Elizabeth Cole Beck Kelli Bennett Jay & Karen Heldt-Chapman John & Judy Clem Wayne P. & Ferne Bonomi Davis Durbin, Zheng & Son, Inc. David Coe & Anne C. Durland 1st National Bank — Ames Willa & Dave Holger Mitchell & Sherilyn Hoyer Arthur Klein Jane W. Lohnes James & Jody Mueller John & Cynthia Paschen Mary Jean & Maurice Reimers Gary F. & Harriet M. Short PRINCIPAL ARTIST $ 500 and above Anonymous (2) Brian & Tanya Anderson Claire Andreasen Rick Bartosh Jane & John Baty Jen & Ed Buckingham

Stewart L. Burger Bonny & Ray Callahan R.L. & Lenita Carstens Patricia Cotter & Peter Orazem Elizabeth Dahm Dieter & Renate Dellmann M. Burton Drexler Larry & Barb Ebbers Tom Flack Jan & Cornelia Flora Charles & Joanne Frederiksen Homer & Sandra Gartz Ethel George Matthew & Erin Gillaspie Susan & David Grant Bryan & Joy Graveline Justin & Heather Greenlee Wil & Marjorie Groves Esther & Herbert Harmison Sandy & Rick Hoenig Judie & David Hoffman Patricia Hulsey Jean & Bob Humphrey Charles Hurburgh & Connie Hardy Vicki Jahr Jim & Mary Kincart Janann King Todd & Jill Klindt Kenneth & Michelle Koehler Greg & Sue Lamont Allen & Joy Lang Phyllis J. & Larry L. Lepke Doug & Wanda McCay Louise M. McCormick Roger & Ruth McCullough Diane Muncrief Patricia A. Murphy Mark & Andy North Jim & Frankee Oleson John & Helen Olson Kathy A. Parsons Mary Jane Pearson & Ramon A. Runkel Peter & Rae Reilly

Dick & Sharon Richman Dan & Leslie Saftig Suzan & John Shierholz Chelon Stanzel & Ken Pap Clayton & Ruth Swenson Dorothy Timmons Connie J. & Roger C. Underwood Jeff & Ann Ver Heul Gary & Evonn Walling Jim & Mary West Duane & Megan Wolf Carol Wright Robert & Elizabeth Wych Brent & Maggie Wynja Roland & Barbara Zimany RISING STAR $ 250 and above Anonymous (2) Marc & Christianne Anderson Rita Apel Doris Bacot Sheila Rae Baker William Barry & Lisa Banitt Tom & Betty Barton Mary & Bob Baumann Kay & Roger Beckett Jeffrey Benson & Margaret Elbert LeRoy & Kathy Bergmann Diane & Ken Birt Mark & Deborah Blaedel Donald & Jamie Blomgren Roberta Boeke Anthony & Nancy Bowe Deanne Brill & Dean Janssen Nancy E. Brown Marcia Brunson Lee & Lori Burras Ann H. Campbell Gale Chatterton Do-Biz Foods, LLC Mary & Alan Christy Dan & Anita Clayberg Frank & Kathy Comito Randy & Sara Compton

Charles & Teresa Connell John D. Corbett Roger A. Deal Meg E. Dobson — State Farm Insurance Dennis & Susan Eichner Dorothy Ekberg Brian & Lisa Eslinger Frank & Vikki Feilmeyer Cynthia & Lehman Fletcher Jan Fryer Wayne & Evelyn Fuller Sarah Garst Jeanne G. Gehm David & Carole Gieseke Chuck Glatz Thomas & Allison Greenwald Milford & Barbara Grotnes Melba & Karl Gschneidner Barbara & Karl Gwiasda Darrin T. & Mary Hamilton Judy Hankins Larry & Linda Hansen Eugene & Ruth Harris Jennifer & Chad Hart Joseph & Mary Herriges William Hillyard Drs. M. Peter & Lorraine J. Hoffman Jon & Bonnie Hunziker Etha S. Hutchcroft Darren & Sue Jarboe Tom & Debra Johnson Susan Johnson Delma L. Kernan LeRoy & Susan Kester Elizabeth Keys Paul & Adele Knop Marina Kraeva Keith & Brenda Kutz John Landgraf & Phyllis Jones John Langeland Teresa & Jami Larson John & Mary Lawless William & Susan Lawyer

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RISING STAR continued Eudene & Susan Lund Elizabeth K. Lyons Duane Madoerin Greg & Carol Madsen Beverly & Bill Marion Charles & Barbara Markus Maribeth Martin Jane & John Mathison Larry Brandt & Marie Mayer Tom & Judy McDonald Thomas & Dorothy McGee Arlo & Lori Meyer John & Pam Miller Rosemary & Lester Moore Charles & Mary Ann Mulford Donna Newbrough & Lee Burchinal Don & Evelyn Nystrom Ruth Anne Ohde Larry & Cheryl Olofson Bonnie & David Orth Pat & Randy Parker John F. Patience John Pesek John E. Pierce Pat & Linda Plummer Ellen M. Rasmussen Klaus Ruedenberg Kent & Lou Ann Sandburg Dirk & Lucinda Scholten Norm & Sue Scott Jerry & Joann Sell Barbara A. Shedd Steiner & Mary Anne Silence Raymond & Jane Stanley Sue & Thad Stanton Georgia & Carl Vondra Daniel & Sherrie Vos Fred & Darlene Walker Marisa Weisskopf Joan E. Welch Becca Wemhoff B. Joan White Scott & Jan Williams Maureen Wilt Della Jane Wright COMPANY MEMBER $ 100 and above Anonymous (1) Barb & Jack Adams Leigh & Ed Adcock Kathy Albright La Donna Allen Chris Andersen Wayne Anderson Martha Anderson Jose & Jeanie Angel

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Bob & Elizabeth Angelici Sandi & Dave Austin Rod & Janice Avey Terry & Debbie Barger JoAnn Barten-Bigelow Richard J. Baumhover Charles & Jan Beall Senator Daryl & Jo Ann Beall Amy & Steven Becker Judy & Don Beitz Kay & Roger Berger Robert & Mary Bergmann Nancy L. Besch Kiran & Kalyani Chuck & Carmel Biskner Gail & Janeen Boliver Charlene Boll Ira Delilovic Boomgarden Diane Borcherding Linda Borst Angela Bradley Jean Krusi & Ed Braun Jeff & Jan Breitman Rick & Janet Brimeyer John Britt & Diane Vigneau Donald & Ruth Ann Buck Robert O. & Anne K. Buck Bob & Rosemary Bulman Kathryn Burkholder Daniel & Sandra Buss Margy Chamberlin Stephanie Clark John & Donna Cleasby Gladys & Peter Colwell Jim & Carolyn Cornette Roger & Bette Coulson Harold & Rachel Crawford Paula J. Curran Nancy & Pete Cyr William & Kathryn David Herbert A. David Stan & Helen Davidson Mary M. de Baca Michelle Delury Deborah Dice Drake Holding Co. David & Diane Drake Dee Dreeszen Carl Duling Frank Dunn Carol Elbert George Englesson John & Marcia Even Dorothy Ewing Kay Faaberg Anne & Richard Farr Marvin Beck & Jane Farrell-Beck Maria Fedorova Walter & Elinor Fehr

Taena Fowler & Jon Greising Mim & Jim Fritz Rebecca Fritzsche Herb & Katherine Fromm John E. Galejs Mary Jo Ganske Mary Garst Ann & Howard Garton Helen K. Geisler Tom & Mary Jo Glanville Kenneth Graham Lowell & Jennie Greimann John & Sally Greve Jean Griffen Timothy & Kellie Guderian Margaret Dempsey & William Gutowski Curt & Kathryn Robertson Hammer Melissa Hanna Mary Harms Duane Harris Marjorie Hartman Jerry & Pat Hatfield Marian Heady Thomas Andre & Susan Hegland Steve & Nancy Heideman Craig & Martha Heineman Martha Helland Isabel Hendrickson Pete & Janet Hermanson Richard & Janet Hersom Randy & Liz Hertz Joan Herwig Mary Ann & John Hicks Gary & Debra Hintze Bill & Judy Hoefle Robert & Janice Holland William & Barbara Holt Tim & Susan Hooper Frank Horn Carole & Jack Horowitz Dick & Sandy Horton Ted & Karen Huiatt Marcia Imsande Lincoln & Janet Jackson Mina Hertz Jacobs Mary James Marian & Roger Jansen Tim & Sue John Marilyn & Wendell Johnson Ken & Sue Johnson Marilyn R. Johnson Kent & Sara Johnson Bruce & Marie Johnson Margaret S. Johnson Carolyn Johnson Darron & Julie Jones Rich & Judy Jones

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COMPANY MEMBER continued David Otis Linda Papouchis Carol & Arlen Patrick Don & Jan Payer Alec & Charlton Pendry Barbara Peterson Doug & Suan Pfeil Richard & Carol Pletcher Arthur & Bernadene Pohm Emil & Mary Kay Polashek Jim & Marlys Potter Mabel Prescott Jane Punke Larry & Sharron Quisenberry Frank & Jolene Randall Jean Ranney Denise & Randy Rettleff Kathy Rhode Thomas & Doris Rice William Rich Robert & Harriet Ringgenberg Ryan & Jodi Risdal Charles B. Ritts & Kathleen L. Epstein-Ritts Joe & Jennifer Rivera William S. Robinson Jo & Bob Rod

Teresa Rohret Dick & Karen Ross Malcolm Rougvie Barbara Royer Carolyn Cutrona & Daniel Russell Dorothy & Robert E. Rust Tom & Lorna Safley Charles & Priscilla Sage Dean & Judy Sampson Steve Sapp & Lisa Enloe Thomas J. & Patricia A. Sauer Candy & Steve Schainker Bradley Schetzsle Jane & Frank Schill Lester Schmerr, Jr. Suzette Schmidt Matt & Kim Schryver Richard & Jasmine Seagrave George Seifert Phyllis Seim Dennis & Joan Senne Dr. & Mrs. Sam Senti Hilary Seo & Paul Rounds Carole & Leverne Seversike Kenneth & Shirley Shaw Debra Shenk-Boudart Mark & Amy Slagell John & Sandra Slaughter Paul & Ann Smiley-Oyen

Jim & Diane Smith Clifford Smith Richard & Frances Smith Gary Sorensen Galina & Philip Spike Dr. & Mrs. W. Robert Stephenson Bernard & Victoria Stephenson Mr. & Mrs. David Stephenson Curtis Struck & Megan Fairall Robert & Deanne Summerfelt Doris Roettger-Svoboda Calvin & Susan Swan Margaret & John Tait M. Thompson Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Thompson Ron & Meg Thompson Betty Toman Ted Tostlebe & Marilyn Hanson John & Marjorie Uitermarkt Ardy & Dean Ulrichson Beverly Van Fossen Stephen Van Houten Greg & Lana Voga Doug & Kim Walker Jim & Madeleine Walker Karen Walker Barb & Don Wandling Bobbie Warman Mary T. Watkins

Fritz Wehrenberg & Jennie LeGates Marion & Harry Weiss Tom Wessels & Glenice Varley Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. White Bill & Toni Whitman Craig & Kyra Wilcox-Conley Bill & Amanda Fales-Williams Carla Wood Richard & Patricia Wood Kent & Linda Woodworth Steven & Lorraine Woolery Sharon L. Youngquist Suzanne Zaffarano Bill & Jean Zmolek MATCHING GIFT HONOR ROLL Alliant Energy Foundation AXA Foundation Bank of the West General Electric Merck Company Foundation Meredith Corporation Foundation Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc. Piper Jaffray State Farm Companies Foundation Wells Fargo & Co.

PLANNED GIFTS These generous individuals have included the Performing Arts Series in their wills. Wayne P. Davis

Frankee and Jim Oleson

The late James Watson

To learn how you can support the arts while honoring a loved one, or to create a legacy gift, contact Patti Cotter, Sponsorship & Development Manager, at 515-294-1238 or pcotter@iastate.edu.

Ames International Orchestra Festival Association Board of Directors Karl Gwiasda Larry Hansen Esther Harmison

Herb Harmison Jacob Harrison Sandy Hoenig

Willa Holger Arthur Klein - President Marilyn Johnson

Jane Mathison Mary Richards David Stephenson

Joan White Maureen Wilt

Iowa State University Performing Arts Council A university committee comprised of Iowa State University faculty, staff, and students, as well as Ames community members, the Performing Arts Council advises the Iowa State Center on programming for the Performing Arts Series at Stephens Auditorium. Michael Golemo, President, Faculty–Music Tanya Anderson, Ames–Community Janice Baker, Faculty–Dance Sara Compton, Iowa State Center Patti Cotter, Iowa State Center Jane Cox, Faculty–Theater William David, Faculty–Music Homer Gartz, Ames–Community

Debra Gibson, Faculty– Journalism & Mass Communication Karl Gwiasda, Ames International Orchestra Festival Association Sam Johnson, Student–Music Nancy Marion, Ames–Community Nick Miller, Student–Music Patricia Miller, Faculty–Lectures Program

Mark North, Advisor, Iowa State Center Lee Plummer, Student–Music Alissa Stoehr, Student–Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Victoria Stafford, Student– Performing Arts Nolan Vallier, Student–Music

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SPONSORS — The Iowa State Center recognizes and thanks its sponsors for their support of the 2011-2012 Performing Arts Series at Stephens Auditorium:

University Park Inn & Suites

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My Fair Lady

Beauty and the Beast

Young Frankenstein and Danú

Get two tickets to any Performing Arts Series event when you book a specially-priced hotel package at participating Ames hotels. Visit www.visitames.com for details. Sponsored by the Ames Convention & Visitors Bureau

MEDIA PARTNERS — The Iowa State Center recognizes and thanks its media partners for their support of the 2011-2012 Performing Arts Series at Stephens Auditorium:

Proud Media Partners of Beauty and the Beast

Proud Media Partner of Danú

GRANTS — The Iowa State Center recognizes and thanks the following organizations for their support of the 2011-2012 Performing Arts Series at Stephens Auditorium:

Ames International Orchestra Festival Association (AIOFA) and Ames Commission on the Arts Proudly Supporting Iowa State Symphony (Youth Matinee Series Concert), Irish Chamber Orchestra and “Tschaikowski” — St. Petersburg State Orchestra

Iowa Arts Council Proudly Supporting Doubt and Macbeth This project supported in part by a grant from the Iowa Arts Council, a division of the Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs, and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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