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L E T T E R F R O M T H E A R T I S T I C D I R E C TO R

DEAR FRIENDS, Welcome to our 45th season! Thanks for joining us for The Three Musketeers, and a very special thank you to our season subscribers. We’re glad you’re with us for this exciting and adventurous season.

Now, I take a deeper dive as I direct my first production at Syracuse Stage. I have to say it felt wonderful to be back in the rehearsal hall. I’ve relished the opportunity to roll up my sleeves and really get back into the messy, risky, terrifying world of bringing a story to life on a stage. I am fortunate in my first Stage outing to be surrounded by a generous and visionary creative team. Some are veteran Syracuse Stage craftsfolk and artists whose work has graced our theatre for several seasons. Some are my long-time creative collaborators whose work I am eager to introduce to you. Working together, we’ve done our best to craft a new experience from a classic story.

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My first season as Syracuse Stage’s artistic director was rewarding and fun. It was great to have a season to learn the ropes, to get to know many of you, and to collaborate with our excellent resident and guest artists.

in which my partners and I have immersed ourselves these past several months. It’s a pretty exciting place to spend some time. I hope you’ll agree. As we launch our new season, I hope you’ll take a moment, in the lobby, via email, or in the aisles of Wegmans, to offer your feedback on your Syracuse Stage experience. Jill and I are always eager to hear from you. We welcome your thoughts and opinions. For now, welcome to 17th century France. Enjoy The Three Musketeers! Sincerely,

To me, the themes of this play, themes of sacrifice, love, honor, and friendship are worthy aspirations. Mix in decent doses of passion, a deadly femme fatale, and lots of swords, and you’ll come to understand the world

Robert Hupp Artistic Director

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CHARACTERS

(in order of appearance) Criminal – a convicted murderer.......................................................................................Tyler Lyons† The Mob...............................................................Jenna Najjar†, Mara Laurene Reltien†, Mitch Tebo* Soldiers – the police force of Paris..........................................................Claro Austria*, Jason Collins* D’Artagnan – a young man yearning to be a Musketeer....................................Travis Staton-Marrero* Rochefort – Richelieu’s spy..............................................................................................Chris Hatch* Milady (Lady de Winter) – Rochefort’s spy......................................................................Nikki Coble* Monsieur de Treville – Captain of the King’s Musketeers................................................Jason Collins* Planchet – Treville’s servant............................................................................................Claro Austria* Cardinal Richelieu – second most powerful man in France...............................................Mitch Tebo* Athos – one of the King’s Musketeers..........................................................................Matthew Greer* Aramis– one of the King’s Musketeers................................................................Seth Andrew Bridges* Porthos– one of the King’s Musketeers...............................................................................Chaz Rose* Drunk................................................................................................................................John Long* Patrons..........................................................Daisha Abdillahi†, Chris Hatch*, Mara Laurene Reltien† Customer.........................................................................................................................Jenna Najjar† Jussac – leader of the Cardinal’s Guards............................................................................Tyler Lyons† Richelieu’s Guards.......................................................Claro Austria*, Weston Barnwell†, Tyler Lyons† Cahusac – one of the Cardinal’s Guards..........................................................................Chris Hatch* Lemieux – one of the Cardinal’s Guards.............................................................................John Long* Bicarat – one of the Cardinal’s Guards.....................................................................Matthew Mueller† Monsieur Bonacieux – father of Constance, D’Artagnan’s landlord....................................John Long* Constance Bonacieux – the Queen’s Maid.......................................................................Kyra Stevens† Lord Buckingham – the English Prime Minister, in love with Anne of Austria..........Weston Barnwell† Anne of Austria – Louis’ wife, the Queen..................................................................Courtney Green† Spy – in the service of Richelieu......................................................................................Jenna Najjar† Louis – King of France.......................................................................................................John Long* Innkeeper of the Golden Lily Inn.....................................................................................Mitch Tebo* Barmaid of the Golden Lily Inn................................................................................Daisha Abdillahi† Prostitute – a customer at the Golden Lily Inn................................................................Jenna Najjar† Sailors – customers at the Golden Lily Inn...............................................Jason Collins*, Chris Hatch* Fishermen – customers at the Golden Lily Inn.................................Claro Austria*, Matthew Mueller† Braddock – Buckingham’s butler.......................................................................................Tyler Lyons† Herald at the Palace Ball..........................................................................................Matthew Mueller† Guests at the Palace Ball............................................Daisha Abdillahi†, Claro Austria*, Jason Collins* Tyler Lyons†, Jenna Najjar†, Mara Laurene Reltien† Citizen of Paris.........................................................................................................Weston Barnwell† Beggar on the Streets of Paris.............................................................................................John Long* Kitty – Milady’s servant and Planchet’s lover......................................................Mara Laurene Reltien† Richelieu’s Spies...........................Weston Barnwell†, Jason Collins*, Chris Hatch*, Matthew Mueller† Abbess – the head of the Carmelite Convent at Bethune...........................................Daisha Abdillahi† Felton...............................................................................................................................Tyler Lyons†

UNDERSTUDIES Daisha Abdillah† (Anne), Weston Barnwell† (D’Artagnan), Tyler Lyons† (Athos, Aramis, Porthos), Matthew Mueller† (Buckingham, Treville), Jenna Najjar† (Milady), Mara Laurene Reltien† (Constance)

*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States. The director and choreographer are members of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society, a national theatrical labor union. The Three Musketeers is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. † Student, Syracuse University Department of Drama.

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SETTING Various locations in Paris and London, 1628.

L O C AT I O N S Act One Scene 1: The Streets of Paris Scene 2: The Musketeers’ Headquarters and Treville’s Study Scene 3: Flashback to a tavern in Paris on the Rue Férou Scene 4: Return to The Musketeers’ Headquarters and Treville’s Study Scene 5: On the street outside Musketeers’ Headquarters Scene 6: The House of Monsieur Bonacieux Scene 7: No. 75 Rue de la Harpe Scene 8: A secret chamber at Palais du Louvre Scene 9: Cardinal Richelieu’s Chambers Scene 10: D’Artagnan’s Room in the house of Monsieur Bonacieux Scene 11: The Golden Lily Inn in Calais on the French coast Scene 12: Lord Buckingham’s Study Scene 13: The King’s Ball at Palais du Louvre Scene 14: The Lodge of the Musketeers Scene 15: The streets outside the Lodge Act Two Scene 1: The Musketeers’ Headquarters and Treville’s Study Scene 2: Milady’s Chambers, later that night Scene 3: Cardinal Richelieu’s Headquarters Scene 4: Room in Amien, two weeks later. Scene 5: Carmelite Convent in Bethune Scene 6: A room at the Golden Lily Inn on the coast Scene 7: The Musketeers Headquarters and Treville’s Study Scene 8: The Home of Monsieur Bonacieux Scene 9: The Musketeers’ Headquarters and Treville’s Study

There will be one fifteen-minute intermission.

ADDITIONAL CREDITS Consulting Scholar: Valentin Duquet Student Assistant Director: Elizabeth Gardner† Fight Captain: Jason Collins* Dance Captain: Nikki Coble* Dialect Associate: Mara Laurene Reltien† Associate Scenic Designer: Jason M. Curtis Assistant Scenic Designers: Jesùs Luna, Christine Peters Stage Management Journeyman: Erin C Brett Sound Journeyman: Trinisha Dupree Electrics Apprentice: Anastasia Sioris Wardrobe and Wigs Supervisor: Sarah Stark Wardrobe: Megan Berner, Emily Piraino Deck Crew: Basil Allen, Christopher Green, Brian McBurney Official Hotels for Guest Artists: The Genesee Grande Hotel, Parkview Hotel 19


A CONVERSATION WITH PLAY ADAPTER CATHERINE BUSH BY TIONGE JOHNSON The stage adaptation of The Three Musketeers is the work of Catherine Bush, playwright-in-residence at the Barter Theatre in Abingdon, Virginia, which commissioned the play. Bush’s task was to take Alexandre Dumas’ episodic and lengthy novel and condense it into two hours of exciting and engaging theatre. She found her way by following the action. TJ: I know you are a playwright, but how do you prepare for a task like this? CB: I was not a theatre major in college. I was an Industrial Tech major. One of the things I did was build furniture from scratch. I would say I was fairly okay at it because I don’t have a very long attention span when it comes to details. I would get impatient and not wait long enough for the

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paint to dry. What I really loved to do was refinish furniture. Give me an old piece, let me strip it down, and make it something new again. I think that translates into my writing as well. It makes me take this whole cobweb of literature and lets me strip that thing and make it into something new, shiny and beautiful. A lot of times when you’re writing you don’t know what the characters are


 CATHERINE BUSH

going to do, and then they do it and you’re like “that’s not set up anywhere it just came out of the blue.” That’s the part that’s really exciting for me, the craftsman part of it. TJ: How much research was involved? Did you look beyond the novel? CB: I chose to stick with Dumas’ tale because I believe this piece of theatre was all action based. I figured that if Dumas wrote it in there, anything added would take away from the main action. Dumas had done that research for me in writing his story. In order

to be true to his story, I did not want to burden the play with extra detail. It would have taken away from the drama and the action. TJ: You didn’t even peek at other adaptations? CB: No, I did not. Tempting as that may have been, that is cheating (laughs). I tried to stay true to the spirit of the novel and make it accessible to a 21 st century audience. I know that there is a show on BBC, but I never got a chance to watch it because I don’t have cable. TJ: What were some of

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I think in our current situation, “One for all, all for one” speaks volumes during this time in our country’s history. Here came these three men with very different backgrounds to form an allegiance to their country.


 THE THREE MUSKETEERS. DRAWING BY MAURICE LELOIR. WOOD ENGRAVING BY JULES HUYOT.

the issues that arose for you in the process? CB: I had to consider Dumas’ history, about his father, and the fact that he would have been considered a black man in the United States. I also had to consider the Duke of Buckingham’s history and how it all ties into the story. I also had to consider how the men were portrayed. They don’t really translate well for a 21st century world,

I’ll say that. The men in Dumas’ novel were men of their time and considered it romantic to be in love with one woman then sleep with another one to get what they want. In the novel, D’Artagnan sleeps with a girl named Kitty in order to gain access to Milady de Winter, who he then sleeps with as well. And it’s like, good lord! You’re supposed to be the hero! That led me to change our men 22

to be more innocent, more believing-in-mankind kind of guys that I thought translated better for the modern day epic tale. Also, Dumas wrote in the era of writing that was so episodic. What I am not crazy about in anybody’s writing is when it is episode after episode after episode, which is how he wrote the book. Dumas was a man of his time and wrote what men and possibly women wanted


There’s also the idea of going to the theatre without having to get any message like that, but to go and watch a great adventure unfold. To watch good versus evil and see good win. at that time. It does not appeal to my tastes, but I did appreciate more of the stories of the lessor known characters in it. Dumas was a wonderful writer, but I would say he was a masculine writer, like Ernest Hemmingway. They are so much more open about sex over romance, and as a woman, whose favorite genre by the way is Southern fiction, I’m constantly trying to wrap my brain around a more masculine world. His characters weren’t always for my tastes, but I eventually learned to love them because as an adapter that is part of my job. TJ: Were some scenes tougher than others? CB: The scene with Athos about Lady de Winter was the most difficult to write. I had to do what is known in literature as “killing my darlings”. I had to find what I thought was worth adapting and

put that into a twohour play. Even if I were given three hours to work with, it still would have slowed down the action if I were to try to put all the backstory into the play. At the end of the day you have to say, “what is the story”? The story we’re telling is D’Artagnan’s, even though it’s probably about the musketeers, too. Dumas’ made D’Artagnan the hero and the other musketeers his sidekicks. D’Artagnan is trying to rescue the Queen’s diamonds and the musketeers help him on that adventure. I had to focus on driving the action. There are so many other stories that could be told, but unless it’s a vital part of the plot, we don’t need it. TJ: What do you think makes The Three Musketeers so popular among audiences today? CB: Well, let’s never 23

negate the effects four sexy men can have on an audience. These guys are hot! But that’s just the base level of why modern audiences love it. I think in our current situation, “One for all, all for one” speaks volumes during this time in our country’s history. Here came these three men with very different backgrounds to form an allegiance to their country. Then here comes a young man they take in and form a bond with based on a common goal that is King and Country. They don’t all have to be the same upper class “so and so” and they don’t have to be the same ethnicity. They can be wildly different and yet work together, which I think we need to see today. There’s also the idea of going to the theatre without having to get any message, but just to go and watch a great adventure unfold. To watch good versus evil and see good win.


REMEMBER ME BY JOSEPH WHELAN In Emmanuel Carrere’s exceptional non-fiction book Lives Other Than My Own, a young mother of three, terminally ill, confides a deep fear to a friend: “My girls won’t remember me.” Her friend replies: “You don’t remember your mother either from when you were little . . . Nor do I mine. We don’t see the faces they had anymore. And yet they live on inside us.” The great French novelist Alexandre Dumas was not yet four when his father died. Dumas wrote later that even though he was so young at the time, “I understood that something irreversible had happened.” That deep understanding and devotion to a father he could not have known well lived on in Dumas for many years and became a source of inspiration for some of his greatest work, including The Three Musketeers. Dumas father, also Alexandre but known as Alex, lived an extraordinary life in extraordinary times. He was a black man from the French

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colony Saint-Domingue (now Haiti) who became a hero of the French Revolution and rose rapidly through the ranks of the military to eventually command an army of more than 50,000 during the Napoleonic Wars. He was accounted exceptionally handsome, a superb swordsman and horseman, whose feats of daring and courage were widely acclaimed before he was unjustly imprisoned and purposely forgotten. He was for his son “the purest, noblest man who ever lived”, and therefore became the perfect model for Edmond Dantes in The Count of Monte Cristo and the brash swashbuckling D’Artagnan of The Three Muske-


 ALEXANDRE DUMAS IN HIS LIBRARY. DRAWING BY MAURICE LELOIR.

teers. Alex once fought three duels in one day, winning them all, an accomplishment the young D’Artagnan could hope to emulate. Alex Dumas’ father, Marquis Alexandre Davy de la Pailleterie, was an underachieving aristocrat. His mother, a freed slave named MarieCesette Dumas, managed a sugar plantation. Her surname, Dumas, means of the farm. Marie died when Alex was 12, whereupon his father

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sold the boy into slavery to pay for his own passage back to France. Six months later, the marquis purchased his son’s freedom and “slave Alex”, as he was listed in a ship’s register, arrived in France in late 1776. Alex excelled at the pursuits of a young aristocrat, especially fencing and riding. For unknown reasons, at age 24, he broke with his father and joined the dragoons at the lowest rank, then on taking his mother’s surname. His rise through the ranks was meteoric, ascending from corporal to general in two years. Among the exploits that garnered notoriety was single-handedly capturing 12 enemy soldiers, defeating an enemy post of over 50 with an attacking force of just 26

four horseman, and after having assumed command of the Army of the Alps, leading an assault against Austrian forces on Mont Cenis by donning spiked boots and scaling seemingly impregnable ice cliffs at night. The surprise attack yielded 1,700 prisoners and more than 40 artillery pieces. On one occasion, he maintained a solitary defense of a mountain bridge against an onslaught of attacking soldiers. “Each time [his] sword was lowered, a man fell,” a companion reported. The Austrians labeled him Der schwarze Teufel, the Black Devil. That nom de guerre underscores what author Tom Reiss (The Black Count, 2012) considers the most extraordinary fact about Alex Du-


 GENERAL ALEX DUMAS. PAINTING BY OLIVIER PICHAT.

mas’ life: “that it was led by a black man, in a world of whites, at the end of the eighteenth century.” He was the first man of color in the West to rise to such a high military rank. It would be 150 years before another black officer would achieve comparable status. Alex Dumas was indeed exceptional, and so were the times in which he lived. Alex Dumas military career coincided with the French Revolution of 1789. Even before the events of that year, France had shifted toward broader emancipation for people of color. As early as the 1750s, French lawyers won rights for colonial slaves living in France to sue for their freedom. With the Revolution came calls for an end

Heroes were needed to preserve the Revolution, and Alex Dumas was among the most celebrated. He “might be called the best soldier in the world,” wrote a fellow officer. to slavery and to discrimination based on skin color. In this spirit of liberty and equality, Alex Dumas flourished, aided in no small part by the political ruptures within France as well as the constant external pressure by European nations to restore the French monarchy. Heroes were needed to preserve the Revolution, and Alex Dumas was among the most celebrated. He “might be called the best soldier in the world,” wrote a fellow officer. Not only a defender of the Revolution, Alex Dumas also embodied the Revolution’s principals of liberty and equality. As a field officer, he led from the front, never subjecting his men to a risk he would not face himself. In conquest, he forbade pillaging by his troops, counter to military custom of the time, and he was especially noted for the moderation he displayed in quelling an uprising by Catholic royalists. His restraint at a time when Robespierre used the principals of liberty and equality as a license for brutal atrocity and terror earned Dumas the respect even of his enemies. One royalist writer noted that “Dumas was one of those rare generals who were always ready to sell their lives on the 27


 PORTRAIT OF A HUNTER IN A LANDSCAPE, ATTRIBUTED TO LOUIS GAUFFIER, IS SAID TO BE A PORTRAIT OF GENERAL DUMAS. (C) BAYONNE, MUSÉE BONNAT-HELLEU

battleground, but resolved to break their swords rather than consent to the role of executioners.” Alex Dumas’ exploits drew attention and praise from another rising star of the French Revolution, Napoleon. Having emerged from the chaos of revolution to restore order, Napoleon embarked on his disastrous campaign for world domination. He enlisted Dumas to command the cavalry on his ill-fated Egyptian campaign. Soon, the two fell out. Dumas was a fighter for liberation; Napoleon for domination. Plus, Na-

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poleon harbored personal animosity toward Dumas, whose physical bearing, courage, and character overshadowed the diminutive Corsican. After suffering defeat at the hands of Lord Nelson in the 1798 Battle of the Nile, Napoleon abruptly abandoned his war effort and returned to France, leaving the army behind. Dumas chartered a ship for his return to France. Thoroughly inadequate for the journey, it floundered off the coast of Naples where Dumas was taken prisoner by Ferdinand I of Naples and Sicily. He was


 ALEXANDRE DUMAS, 1855. PHOTO BY NADAR.

“I love him still with as tender and as deep and as true a love as if he had watched over my youth and I had the blessing to go from child to man leaning on his powerful arm.”

left to languish by Napoleon for two years, despite the pleas of Dumas’ wife Marie-Louise. Napoleon was glad to be rid of a man he considered a potent rival. Upon eventually returning to France, Dumas was physically broken, half deaf, half blind, and in precarious health, the effects of what most likely had been systematic and slow poisoning. He died of stomach cancer four years later, having fathered his third child, the writer who bore his name.

the son and writer, one-quarter black, grew up. His literary success drew resentment and racist attacks. “Scratch Monsieur Dumas’ hide and you will find the savage . . . a Negro,” wrote one critic. Still, Alexandre clung to the memory of the man he worshipped. “I love him still with as tender and as deep and as true a love as if he had watched over my youth and I had the blessing to go from child to man leaning on his powerful arm,” he wrote.

By the time of his return, France had changed considerably. The egalitarian spirit of the French Revolution, the spirit that had embraced the success of this man of color in a white world, had been crushed by Napoleon who imposed cruel race laws in the country and reinstituted slavery in the colonies, which had been abolished during the Revolution. Napoleon went so far as to send an expeditionary force to Saint Domingue with orders to kill any black man wearing an officer’s uniform.

Through the power of his fiction, Dumas the writer resurrected the heroism of Dumas the soldier for a society no longer dedicated to liberty for all. The novel Georges, with its dark-skinned hero is the most direct example, but The Count of Monte Cristo and The Three Musketeers are also testaments to the spirit of the man once revered but then forgotten by the country he served.

Therefore, it was a very different France in which Alexandre Dumas,

Tom Reiss writes: “To remember a person is the most important thing in the novels of Alexandre Dumas. The heroes of Dumas never forget anything or anyone.”

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CAST Daisha Abdillahi (Patron 1, Barmaid, Guest 2, Abbess) is a sophomore Acting major in the Syracuse University Department of Drama from Washington, D.C., and is thrilled to be making her Syracuse Stage debut. Some favorite past performances include: Into the Woods (Jack’s Mother), The Crucible (Abigail Williams), and Taming of the Shrew (Bianca). Daisha would like to especially thank her mother, Sharice, for her unwavering support of her passions.

beat. Claro received a BA in Theatre from the University of Washington.

Claro Austria (Soldier 2, Planchet, Guard 3, Fisher 2, Guest 6) is making his Syracuse Stage debut. His New York acting credits include Shogun Macbeth (Pan Asian Repertory Theatre); Two September (The Flea Theater); and Theatricale (Urban Research Theater). Select Regional: Around the World in 80 Days (Hangar Theatre); Felix Mendelssohn’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream (a collaboration of Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra & Orlando Shakespeare Theater); Pride and Prejudice (Orlando Shakespeare Theater); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival); and touring with The Intiman Theatre’s Living History. Other theatre credits include Lower Depths (Tokyo Novyi Repertory Theater); Three Sisters (Freehold Theatre); And Let the Skies Fall (El Portal Theatre); and Uncle Vanya (Art Theater of Puget Sound). TV: The Jim Gaffigan Show, Dead-

Seth Andrew Bridges (Aramis) is absolutely thrilled to return to Syracuse Stage, after appearing in last season’s Great Expectations. An NYCbased actor and stuntman, his regional theatre credits include Alabama Story (Pioneer Theatre Company, world premiere); The Tempest, Sherlock Holmes, Twelfth Night, A Christmas Carol, To Kill a Mockingbird, Macbeth (Alabama Shakespeare Festival); Peter and the Starcatcher (Arkansas Repertory Theatre/TheatreSquared); The Dingdong (Florida Repertory Theatre, regional theatre premiere); Proof, One Man, Two Guvnors (TheatreSquared); The Liar (Gulfshore Playhouse); The Two Gentlemen of Verona (Lake George Theatre Lab). As a stuntman, his credits include Elementary (CBS); The Blacklist (NBC); Marvel’s The Defenders (Netflix); Law & Order: SVU (NBC); Gotham (Fox); Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Netflix); numerous feature and indie films, and the up-

Weston Barnwell (Guard 2, Buckingham, Citizen, Spy 4) is beyond thrilled to be making his Syracuse Stage debut as a sophomore Acting major. Born and raised in Houston, Texas, Weston has been involved in a few Houston area productions such as The Drowsy Chaperone as Man in Chair, Romeo and Juliet as Mercutio, and Rope as Rupert Cadell.

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CAST coming video game Red Dead Redemption 2. He holds a BFA from NYU. Effusive thanks to Bob, DC, and the Luedtke Agency. Follow @sethandrewb - www.sethandrewbridges.com

Once Upon A Time In New Jersey, Signs of Life, The Blue Flower. Regional: Arizona Theatre Company: Fiddler on the Roof; Village Theatre: Cabaret, The Importance of Being Earnest, Next to Normal; Arkansas Rep: Henry V, To Kill a Mockingbird, The 39 Steps; Pioneer Theatre: One Man, Two Guvnors. Numerous audiobooks for Blackstone Audio and BBC America. (Earphones Award Winner).

Nikki Coble (Milady, Mystery, Milady 2) is thrilled to return to Syracuse Stage! Regional: Othello, The Importance of Being Earnest (Portland Center Stage), Windfall (world premiere, dir. Jason Alexander), Hamlet, The 39 Steps, Henry V (Arkansas Rep), Private Lives (Seattle Rep), The Tempest (NC Shakespeare Festival), Amadeus (New Harmony Theatre), The Diary of Anne Frank (Delaware Theatre Co.), Brighton Beach Memoirs (Virginia Stage Co., Syracuse Stage), Romeo & Juliet, Our Town (Foothills Theatre). London: Hamlet (RADA), The Winter’s Tale (GBS Theatre). Film/TV: Falling, Mona Lisa Smile, Stags, & “Sherri”. Original Series: Bitz, Ghost Sasquatch, Unnecessary News, Opportunity Knox & Awkwardly (Coming Soon @AwkwardlySeries). Training: BFA, Syracuse University. Acting Shakespeare Certificate, RADA. Sketch Writing & Improv, The PIT, NYC. Occasional witticisms: @itsnikkicoble. For Artemis, Alexis, & Charlie – Always.

Courtney Green (Anne, Anne 2) is a senior Acting major from Chicago, Illinois who is thrilled to be making her Syracuse Stage debut this year. Before becoming a Performance major, she was an English major at DePaul University. Her previous credits include: Joan of Arc in And the Women Cried (Black Box Players), Shylock in scenes from The Merchant of Venice (Shakespeare’s Globe), Castor in Gemini Vanishing (RADD Fest ‘16), and Dance Soloist/Greek Chorus in Agamemnon (Department of Drama). Matthew Greer (Athos) is pleased to return to Syracuse Stage where he played Sherlock Holmes in Ken Ludwig’s Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery. It was also in Syracuse that Matthew began his 13 months as Sir Lance-a-lot with the First National Tour of Monty Python’s Spamalot. Matthew’s Broadway credits include The Real Thing, in both the Tony Award-winning 2000 revival and the less-lauded

Jason Collins (Soldier 1, Treville, Sailor 1, Guest 1, Spy 3) Broadway National Tour: Annie (Jimmy Johnson/Morgenthau/u.s. Rooster). Off Broadway: Baghdaddy,

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CAST 2014 revival, Seminar opposite Alan Rickman, Cliff in Cabaret at Studio 54, and The Judas Kiss. Off-Broadway includes: Hit the Wall (Barrow St.); Love, Love, Love, Dinner With Friends, If There Is I Haven’t Found It Yet, and Suddenly Last Summer (Roundabout); The Duchess of Malfi (Red Bull Theater); and A Mother, a Daughter, and a Gun. Regional: Taking Steps (Barrington Stage Co.); Bedroom Farce, And a Nightingale Sang, and Things We Do for Love (Westport Playhouse); The Secret Fall of Constance Wilde, Hamlet, Death of a Salesman, and Pride & Prejudice (Guthrie Theater); Hay Fever (Yale Rep); In the Next Room, Skylight, and Cymbeline (PlayMakers Rep); many others. TV: Guiding Light. For the Convergent Theatre Company, Matthew directed the first New York revival of Never the Sinner and served as dialect coach on The Cripple of Inishmaan and Major Barbara. He is a graduate of The Juilliard School Drama Division, a Presidential Scholar in the Arts, and the father of two brilliant children with his wife, actress Christina Rouner.

napolis, Heart of America and First Folio Shakespeare Festivals. Most recently, he was seen in Macbeth as Macduff for the 42nd season of Buffalo’s Shakespeare in Delaware Park. Along with his work as an actor, he is an associate professor of Theatre at Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva, NY. Say hi @HatchActs John Long (Drunk, Lemieux, King Louis, Beggar, Bonacieux) is thrilled to be making his Syracuse Stage debut. Most recently, John played Joseph in My Three Angels at the Barnstormers Theatre and created the role of Brian in SubPrime at the Jersey City Theater Center. Favorite credits include: Francis in One Man, Two Guvnors, Rosencrantz in Hamlet (twice) and Outlaw Number Three in The Two Gentlemen of Verona (thrice). John is a graduate of Notre Dame and would like to thank Murray and the family for their continued love and support. www.johnlong.nyc Tyler Lyons (Criminal, Jussac, Braddock, Guest 4, Felton, Soldier 3) is a senior Acting major at Syracuse University from Indianapolis, Indiana making his Syracuse Stage debut. His previous credits include the Syracuse University Department of Drama mainstage productions of Major Barbara as Andrew Undershaft, A Flea in Her Ear as Dr. Finache, and Laura and the Sea as Jack (u/s).

Chris Hatch (Rochefort, Patron 3, Cahusac, Sailor 2, Spy 2) is excited to be making his Syracuse Stage debut with this production. Regional credits include work at the Indiana Repertory Theatre, Kansas City Repertory Theatre, Kansas City Lyric Opera, Kavinoky Theatre, and over 25 productions of Shakespeare at venues such as the Utah, India-

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CAST Matthew Mueller (Bicarat, Fisher 1, Herald, Spy 1) is thrilled to be making his Syracuse Stage debut. Originally from Arlington, Massachusetts, he has previously performed in Punk Rock and Major Barbara at the Syracuse University Department of Drama.

Chaz Rose (Porthos) is thrilled to be making his Syracuse Stage debut. His Off-Broadway credits include Black Angels Over Tuskegee and She Like Girls (GLAAD Award winner). Chaz produced and appeared in the film Writer’s Block,  starring Bryan Cranston. His regional and touring credits include  Ragtime  (Coalhouse Walker Jr.), Little Shop of Horrors (Audrey II), The Full Monty (Horse), The Little Mermaid (Sebastian), Court-Martial at Ft. Devens (Philadelphia Fringe Festival),  Prom (New Paradise Laboratories), and Our Town (Arden Theatre Company). He is a graduate of The University of the Arts in Philadelphia and a proud member of Actors’ Equity. He ​​ has directed and produced more than 20 children’s shows, and has toured and performed for more than 100,000 young audience members throughout the United States for various theatre companies. He is thankful for the opportunity to work with such a talented cast and crew, as well as for the never-ending support he receives from his beautiful wife, family and friends. www.Chazrose.net 

Jenna Najjar (Mob 1, Customer, Prostitute, Guest 5) is thankful to be a part of this wonderful production as her last show (for now) at Syracuse. You may have seen her in Syracuse Stage’s Mary Poppins last season, or in the Department of Drama’s Nine: The Musical as Sarraghina. Mara Laurene Reltien (Mob 3, Patron 2, Guest 3, Kitty) is a French/American senior Acting major from the Caribbean (Saint Martin). She has previously appeared in the Department of Drama’s mainstage productions of  Agamemnon and A Flea In Her Ear, and played Rosalie Randazzo in Syracuse Stage’s Backstory! tour. She is thrilled to be making her coproduction debut and to be able to return to her French roots with this show. She would like to thank everyone involved in this process as well as family and friends who continually push her to dig deeper. 

Travis Staton-Marrero (D’Artagnan), hailing from Puerto Rico, Marrero graduated with a BFA in Theatre at Michigan State University. Travis is an avid actor, dancer, and stuntman who most recently worked as the associate fight di-

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CAST rector for the Busch Gardens stunt show, All for One. He is thrilled to be making his debut at Syracuse Stage with the cast of The Three Musketeers!

atreSquared), Scrooge in A Christmas Carol (Palace Theatre), Duncan in Macbeth (Arkansas Rep) and Andrew Carnes in Oklahoma! (Bard College Summerscape). Additional NYC and regional credits include Prospero in The Tempest (Inwood Shakespeare), Moses in Moses, The Author (NYC Fringe Festival), plus Fix Me Jesus (Abingdon Theatre), Passion of Dracula (Cherry Lane), The Revenger’s Tragedy (CSC Rep), Big Bad Burlesque (Orpheum Theatre), King Lear (Inwood Shakespeare), Moby Dick – Rehearsed (Brave New World Rep), Richard III (HB Ensemble), Henry V (Arkansas Rep), Windy City (Paper Mill Playhouse) and The Importance of Being Earnest (George St. Playhouse). A founding member of the NYC classical production company, The New Rude Mechanicals, where he performed in The Misanthrope, The Winter’s Tale, Bloody Poetry, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Macbeth, and Measure for Measure, Mitch is delighted to make his debut at Syracuse Stage.

Kyra Stevens (Constance) could not have asked for a more exciting production to be her regional theatre debut! She was most recently: Barbara Undershaft in Major Barbara, 2 in 123: a play about abandonment and ballroom dancing, and Mary Magdelene in Jesus Christ Superstar (National Youth Art Award for Best Supporting Actress). She will be graduating from Syracuse University this spring with a BFA in Acting. Mitch Tebo (Mob 2, Cardinal Richelieu, Innkeeper) has recently portrayed Elder Jay in The Christians by Lucas Hnath at Riverside Theatre. Other recent performances include LBJ in All The Way (The-

A R T I S T I C S TA F F D.C. Wright (Fight Choreographer) is excited to make his debut at Syracuse Stage. Off-Broadway credits include The Blowin of Baile Gall (Irish Arts Center). Regional credits include: Spamalot, Peter and the Starcatcher, August: Osage County, The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged), Les Miserables, Henry V, Death of a Salesman, Treasure Island: A New Musical, Hamlet, To Kill

a Mockingbird, Of Mice and Men, Moonlight and Magnolias, Romeo and Juliet (Arkansas Repertory Theatre); Treasure Island: A New Musical (Merry-Go-Round Playhouse); Peter and the Starcatcher, One Man, Two Guvnors, and Hamlet (Theatre Squared); The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged), Romeo and Juliet, Titus Andronicus, Taming of the Shrew, Macbeth, and Twelfth

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A R T I S T I C S TA F F Night (Illinois Shakespeare Festival). He is recognized as a Certified Teacher of Stage Combat by the Society of American Fight Directors and as a Master Instructor by Dueling Arts International. He teaches movement and stage combat at Western Illinois University.

the world premiere of Sir Elton John and Sir Tim Rice’s Aida, Alliance Theatre, Atlanta; the world premiere of Treasure Island: A New Musical, Arkansas Repertory Theatre; The 2015 American premiere of the new Saturday Night Fever, and the 2016 American premiere of Sir Tim Rice’s From Here to Eternity, both at the Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival, Auburn NY; the Southeast Asia tour of Barbie Live!; Alice Cooper’s 2007, 2010 world tours; The Steve Miller Band 2010, 2012 and 2014 world tours; Cyndi Lauper’s True Colors tour; Busch Gardens Williamsburg’s Rollercoaster, Verbolten!; The New Nutcracker Ballet, Lone Star Ballet, Amarillo, Texas; Disney Live! Three Classic Fairy Tales; Disney on Ice’s Dare to Dream and designs for the 2010 and 2014 Ringling Brothers Barnum & Bailey Circus, plus a plethora of industrials, parades, stage shows and special events for all of the Disney theme parks. Stan is listed in the Library of Congress for his illustrations for the book called 101 Things I Hate About Your House and also designed the musical Priscilla, Queen of the Dessert for the Gateway Playhouse, New York and Ogunquit Playhouse, Maine. His current projects this fall include another production of From Here to Eternity at Ogunquit Playhouse, Maine; a new play directed by Michael Mayer called WarholCapote for ART, and five designs for the 2018 Tournament of Roses Parade. Thanks to Bob Hupp for the chance to keep practicing my craft, Jason M. Curtis for your amazing drawings,

Stanley A. Meyer (Scenic Designer) is delighted and honored to be working with Bob Hupp and the team at Syracuse Stage for his first time. Stan has more than seven dozen credits as a scenic designer/production designer/illustrator that have earned him numerous awards and nominations including The League of American Theatres and Producers, National Broadway Award, American Theatre Wing Design Award nomination, New York Outer Critics Circle Award nomination, National Broadway Theatre Award nomination, Los Angeles Ovation Award nomination, THEA Award winner-Best Outdoor Nighttime Spectacular Peter Pan’s Neverland at Universal Studios Japan, IAPPA Brass Ring Award winner-Best Outdoor Daytime Spectacular for SeaWorld’s Blue Horizons, numerous Los Angeles Drama-Logue Awards for his work at the Grove Shakespeare Festival in Southern California, and 14 awards including “The Sweepstakes Award” for his design work in collaboration with Fiesta Parade Floats for the Tournament of Roses Parade seen New Year’s Day worldwide. His critically acclaimed work includes the world premiere and international sensation Disney’s Beauty and the Beast;

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A R T I S T I C S TA F F and my husband Arnis for putting up with the apartment always filled with assistants. Stan is represented by the Michael Moore Agency. To view more of Stan’s design go to: www.stanleyameyerdesignllc.com. Stan would also like to give credit to his assistant scenic designers, Jason M. Curtis and Jesús Luna for all of their hard work!

Recent designs include Amerike-The Golden Land (National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene, NYC); Stuffed (WP Theatre, NYC); The Will Rogers Follies (Pioneer Theatre Company); Chicago, Private Lives (Riverside Theatre, FL); Decadance Theatre Company at Lincoln Center Education, NYC. Yael has designed many productions in New York and regionally, including the Broadway production of Russell Simmons Def Poetry Jam. OffBroadway design credits include productions at the Public Theater, Playwrights Horizons, The Theatre at St. Clement’s, The Cherry Lane Alternative, The Duke, Intar Theatre, The New Ohio Theatre, Bleecker Street Theatre, and Venture Opera. Regional designs include productions with Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, Trinity Repertory Theatre, Riverside Theatre, The Mercury Theatre, The Children’s Theatre Company, and The Clarence Brown Theatre. Broadway associate lighting designer credits include; Indecent, Once, Follies, Sister Act, The Addams Family, A Chorus Line, The Little Mermaid, Tarzan, and Urinetown. Yael is a recipient of the NEA/ TCG Career Development Program for Designers.

Marianne Custer (Costume Designer) design credits include Broadway, regional theatre, the Municipal Theatre of Istanbul, Theatre Les Halles, Avignon, France, and the National Theatres of Germany and Hungary. Her designs have been included in three Prague Quadrennial exhibits and the 2005 World Stage Design exhibit. Her designs for On The Razzle, Woyzeck, and Major Barbara have been selected in USITT’s juried exhibitions. Her designs for Alice garnered the 2009 Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Costume Design. She is honored to work again with artistic director Bob Hupp and an awesome team at Syracuse Stage on this classic adventure of The Three Musketeers. Yael Lubetzky (Lighting Designer) is excited to join Syracuse Stage for The Three Musketeers. Previous productions with director Bob Hupp, include: The Bridges of Madison County, August: Osage County, Wait Until Dark, and Les Misérables at Arkansas Repertory Theatre, where Yael also designed last seasons Windfall, directed by Jason Alexander and this seasons Godspell with 2 Ring Circus.

Jonathan Herter (Sound Designer) is happy to be designing with his old friend, Ryan Rumery as composer, for The Three Musketeers. Jon is serving as resident sound designer for his 21st season at Syracuse Stage and the Department of Drama. He is looking forward to designing Next to Normal later in the season. Mr. Herter has designed for Indiana Rep-

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A R T I S T I C S TA F F ertory Theatre, Studio Arena, Wilma Theater, Geva, Round House, Shakespeare Santa Cruz, Virginia Stage, and the Hangar Theater as well as other theatres across the nation. Some of his favorite designs have been: Ring of Fire, Nine, Hairspray, The Overwhelming, Caroline, or Change, The Miracle Worker,  The Day Room, The Christians, Radio Golf, Parade, The Diary of Anne Frank,  The Lieutenant of Inishmore, Red Noses, The Real Thing, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, M. Butterfly, A Raisin in the Sun, A Lesson Before Dying, Frozen, Copenhagen, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Inherit the Wind, and Big River.

ner, music by Richard Danielpour, libretto by Toni Morrison (based on her novel Beloved), and directed by Tazewell Thompson. His most recent credits include choreography for Cato in Utica at the Glimmerglass Opera Festival, Peter Pan at Syracuse Stage, and Rappaccini’s Daughter at Opera Naples in Florida. For Syracuse Stage he directed and choreographed Rent, Little Women, Fiddler on the Roof, The Sound of Music, West Side Story, and Peter Pan (2000), and choreographed A Christmas Carol, The Wizard of Oz, Big River, and My Fair Lady. He also served as movement consultant for The Boys Next Door and The Turn of the Screw, created movement for M. Butterfly, served as associate choreographer for Caroline, or Change, designed the fights for Bug and A Streetcar Named Desire, and set the dances and fight scenes for Romeo and Juliet. At Connecticut’s Westport Country Playhouse, he choreographed the world premiere of Jam and Spice, a revue of the music of Kurt Weill. An associate professor at Syracuse University’s Department of Drama, Tony most recently directed Nine, and previously directed Sweeney Todd. He conceived, directed, and choreographed three original productions: Bravo Piaf!, The Table (Der Tisch), and The Clowns. He codirected and choreographed The Wind in the Willows for the Department of Drama and New York’s New Victory Theater. He served as choreographer for Carmen at the Virginia Opera, and director and choreographer for Maria de Buenos Aires and Tango for Naples Opera. Tony also has directed and

Robert Pickens (Wig & Hair Designer) Off-Broadway: Sommerfugl  (NYTW’s 4th St. Theatre), A Wilder Christmas (Peccadillo Theater Co.). Selected regional theatre credits: A Chorus Line (The Muny), world premiere of Duncan Sheik and Nell Benjamin’s Because of Winn Dixie: The Musical, Memphis, The Little Mermaid, Bridges of Madison County (Arkansas Rep); Les Misérables (Phoenix Theatre); A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Threepenny Opera, Of Mice and Men (Clarence Brown Theatre); Mary Poppins, A Christmas Carol, and Mad Love (Northern Stage). www.robpickens.com Anthony Salatino (Choreographic Staging) is a graduate of the Juilliard School. Tony has choreographed for many opera and dance companies throughout the United States. He choreographed the New York City Opera premiere of Margaret Gar-

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A R T I S T I C S TA F F choreographed for the Fort Worth, Connecticut, Pittsburgh, and Syracuse Opera Companies. Tony was the artistic director of the Fort Worth (TX) Ballet Company, and associate artistic director of the Hartford (CT) Ballet. He has performed with dance companies throughout the United States and Europe, and he has performed with the (New York) City Center Company at the White House.

HBO), and City of Gold (Sundance, SXSW 2015, Amazon). Recent theatrical scores: The Traveling Lady (Cherry Lane), The End of Longing (MCC), The Emperor Jones (Irish Rep),  Between Riverside and Crazy (Atlantic/Second Stage), and Fool For Love (Broadway). Rumery, Christian Frederickson, and the late Jason Noble recently released their album  The Painted Bird – Amidst. He recently produced three albums for Jeremy Bass. Upcoming albums include Arlo Hannigan and The Walker Project. Rumery recently received the Obie for Sustained Excellence in Sound Design and Composition, and was a selected composer for the Sundance Institute of Music and Sound Design Labs at Skywalker Sound. Rumery is also an accomplished composer for theatre, with over two hundred theatrical scores and designs for Broadway, Off-Broadway, and regional theatres including: Brooklyn Academy of Music, Classic Stage Company, Manhattan Theatre Club, MCC, Playwrights Horizons, Lincoln Center Theater, Public Theater, Irish Repertory Theatre, Labyrinth Theater Company, Playwrights Realm, Atlantic Theater Company, Orchard Project, TheaterWorks, Center Theatre Group, Dallas Theater Center, Long Wharf Theatre, Keen Company, Center Stage, Woolly Mammoth, Wilma Theater, Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, Two River Theater, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Eugene O’Neill National Playwrights Conference, Ford’s Theatre, Alley Theatre, Hartford Stage,

Rebecca Karpoff (Singing Coach) is coordinator of Vocal Instruction in the Department of Drama. She has been featured as a soloist with the Syracuse and Baltimore Symphony Orchestras, the Rochester Philharmonic, the Rochester Oratorio Society, and Eastman School Symphony Orchestra, and at the Ravinia, Aspen, and Skaneateles Festivals. Operatic roles include the Countess in The Marriage of Figaro, Fiordiligi in Così fan tutte, Rosina in The Barber of Seville, the title role in Puccini’s Suor Angelica, and with the Syracuse Opera, Dorabella in Così fan tutte and Zerlina in Don Giovanni. She has been music director/vocal coach/pianist for Pippin, Honk, Jr., A Little Night Music, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Sunday in the Park with George, First Ladies Suite, and numerous cabarets. Ryan Rumery (Music Composition) is a musician, composer, and producer. His music is in the films Awake: A Dream from Standing Rock (Tribeca Film Festival 2017, Netflix) How to Let Go of the World (And Love All the Things Climate Can’t Change) (Sundance 2016,

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A R T I S T I C S TA F F The Shakespeare Theatre, Studio Theatre, Kansas City Rep, La Jolla Playhouse, Syracuse Stage, Dorset Theatre Festival, City Theatre Company, Pittsburgh Public Theater, and Philadelphia Theatre Company. www.ryanrumery.com

and Television, and The Jewish Repertory Theatre. She cast the last three of the late August Wilson’s ten part play series: the original and touring productions of Radio Golf, the Broadway production of Gem of the Ocean, and the Off-Broadway production of Jitney. Selected regional casting credits include: Syracuse Stage, Mark Taper Forum, Hartford Stage, Arena Stage, Trinity Repertory Theatre, San Jose Repertory Theatre, Geva Theatre Center,  Indiana Repertory Theatre, Pittsburgh Public, Merrimack Repertory Theatre, Longwharf Theatre, Alliance Theatre Company, The Goodman Theatre, Kansas City Repertory Theatre, Baltimore Center Stage, Huntington Theatre Company, Virginia Stage Company, Dallas Theatre Company, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Portland Center Stage, and PlayMakers Repertory Theatre. Feature film credits include: Pushing Hands, directed by Ang Lee; Underheat, starring Lee Grant; First We Take Manhattan, produced by Golden Harvest Inc.; and Graves End, directed by Sal Stabile.

Stuart Plymesser (Production Stage Manager) is in his 21 st season at Syracuse Stage where he has stage managed more than 60 plays, musicals, and special events, working with such talents as Olympia Dukakis, Frank Langella, Elizabeth Franz, and Phylicia Rashad. Stuart has worked at numerous regional theatres around the country and in Cape Town, South Africa, and has toured nationally. Locally, he has also stage managed events for Syracuse Fashion Week. In addition, Stuart is adjunct faculty for Syracuse University’s Department of Drama and has been a guest speaker/lecturer at Ithaca College, Wells College, SUNY Oswego, and the Zabalaza Festival in Cape Town. Stuart is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers, as well as the United States Aikido Federation.

Valentin Duquet (Consulting Scholar) was born in Northeastern France. He completed an MA in American studies in Strasbourg and spent a year in Michigan teaching French. He continues to teach French now at Syracuse University while doing a second MA in Francophone studies. He is doing research mostly on North African and Caribbean literature. He also speaks Spanish and is currently applying to PhD programs in Comparative Literature.

Harriet Bass (Casting) has been an independent New York casting director since 1989, casting for theatre, film, and television. In New York City, Harriet has cast for ABC/ TV, Fox Television Studios, Joseph Papp’s Public Theater: NEW WORK NOW, The Minetta Lane Theatre, The Women’s Project, La MaMa, E.T.C., New York Women in Film

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Thank you for making Syracuse Stage your artistic home! We are delighted to present our 45th season – a season that explores the meaning of home and belonging.

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A R T I S T I C S TA F F Elizabeth Gardner (Student Assistant Director) is a senior BS Drama Directing major at Syracuse University and is incredibly thankful and excited to be working with Syracuse Stage for the first time. Most recently, she spent the summer working and training at Shake-

speare’s Globe Theatre in London. Prior to that, she directed Two Rooms under the support of the Department of Drama and served as assistant director on the Department’s Laura and the Sea and The King Stag. She will be directing Eurydice this fall with the Black Box Players. 

C R E AT I V E T E A M Catherine Bush (Adaptation) lives in Abingdon, Virginia where she is the playwright-in-residence for the Barter Theatre, The State Theatre of Virginia. In addition to her plays produced at Barter Theatre (The Other Side of the Mountain, The Quiltmaker, Comin’ Up A Storm, Wooden Snowflakes, The Controversial Rescue of Fatty the Pig, Where Trouble Sleeps, etc.), Catherine’s work has been seen throughout the country. An awardwinning production of Tradin’ Paint was celebrated in Atlanta in the spring of 2009, and her musical I’ll Never Be Hungry Again continues to be produced nationally. Her other plays include The Frankenstein Summer (Red Light Theatre District, NYC), The Executioner’s Sons, (Echo Theatre, TX), and Just A Kiss (New Theatre, FL), which was a finalist for the 2007 Steinberg Award presented by the American Theatre Critics Association. Her plays for young audiences have been commissioned and produced by the Barter Players, and several have toured to schools across the southeast United States.

in 1802 in Villers-Cotterets, France and died in 1870 in Puys, France. He adopted the name “Dumas” from his grandmother, a former Haitian slave. In 1822, Dumas moved to Paris and immersed himself in literature. He worked as a scribe for the Duc d’Orleans (later named King Louis Philippe) during the 1830 revolution. It was during his time in Paris that he began writing plays, both comedies and dramas. Dumas’ Romantic style– often compared to that of his contemporary rival, Victor Hugo–proved to be exceptionally popular. He also wrote eight volumes of essays on infamous cases in history such as that of Lucrezia Borgia and Cesare Borgia, and names more contemporary to his time, like Karl Ludwig Sand. He achieved widespread success with his novels The Count of Monte Cristo and The Three Musketeers. The Three Musketeers was one of three novels in his D’Artagnan Romances, the others being Twenty Years After and The Vicomte of Bragelonne: Ten Years Later. The story “The Man in the Iron Mask” from Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, also stands out as one of his most widely known. Among his many volumes of romantic novels are The Series of Valois,

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C R E AT I V E T E A M which centers on Queen Marguerite, the last in the Capetian dynasty, and eight novels dubbed the Marie Antoinette Romances. He also penned the fantasy novel The Wolf Leader, which is considered one of the earliest werewolf-themed books. The popularity of his writing made Dumas a household name in France and a celebrity throughout much of Europe. With the money he earned from publishing his novels, Dumas purchased land and built the Château de Monte Cristo in Port Marly, Yvelines, France. This home (which is now a museum)

was intended to be a sanctuary for the author, and he spent much of his time writing and entertaining there before debt overtook him, forcing him to sell the property. He fled to Belgium in 1851, and later to Russia, to evade creditors. Dumas continued to publish books, including travel books on Russia, during his period of exile. His works have been translated into more than 100 languages and adapted for numerous films. Recently, there was a show on BBC based on Dumas’ novel called The Musketeers and a Three Musketeers movie in 2011.

DIRECTOR/ARTISTIC DIRECTOR Robert Hupp is in his second season as artistic director of Syracuse Stage. The Three Musketeers marks his Syracuse Stage directing debut. Prior to coming to central New York, Robert spent seventeen seasons as the producing artistic director of Arkansas Repertory Theatre in Little Rock. He directed over 30 productions for Arkansas Rep ranging from Hamlet to Les Miserables to The Grapes of Wrath. In New York City, Robert directed the American premieres of Glyn Maxwell’s The Lifeblood and Wolfpit for the Phoenix Theatre Ensemble. He also served for nine seasons as the artistic director of the Obie Award winning Jean Cocteau Repertory. At the Cocteau, Robert’s directing credits include works by Buchner, Wilder, Cocteau, Shaw, Wedekind and the premieres of the Bentley/Milhaud version of

Brecht’s Mother Courage and Her Children, Seamus Heaney’s The Cure at Troy and Eduardo de Filippo’s Napoli Millionaria. He has held faculty positions at Pennsylvania’s Dickinson College and, in Arkansas, at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and Hendrix College. Robert served as vice president of the Board of Directors of the Theatre Communications Group and has served on funding panels for the National Endowment for the Arts, the Theatre Communications Group, the New Jersey State Council of the Arts and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs. While in Arkansas, Robert was named both Non-Profit Executive of the Year by the Arkansas Business Publishing Group, and Individual Artist of the year by the Arkansas Arts Council. He and his wife, Clea, ride herd over a blended family of five children, two dogs, and a cat named Pi.

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MANAGING DIRECTOR Jill A. Anderson arrived at Syracuse Stage in July, 2016, and is delighted to serve as managing director. Jill is responsible for Stage’s nearly $6 million operating budget and has oversight of fundraising, marketing, and operational matters within the organization. Prior to joining Stage, Jill spent a decade as general manager at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center in Waterford, CT. During her tenure, the O’Neill completed a $7 million capital campaign and campus expansion, doubled its operating budget, and was honored with a 2015 National Medal of Arts and the 2010 Regional Theatre Tony Award. Under the O’Neill’s aegis,

Jill also developed the Baltic Playwrights Conference, an annual international new play development retreat held in Hiiumaa, Estonia. Previously, Jill spent five years in the production office at Washington DC’s Arena Stage, after working as a stage manager in Minnesota, New Mexico, and Massachusetts. Jill has also served on numerous municipal and non-profit boards and participated in mentoring programs for high school and college students, including the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival. Jill is a proud cheesehead, hailing from Marshfield, Wisconsin. She and her husband Dave Anderson, along with their daughter, look forward to calling Central New York home for years to come.

A S S O C I AT E A R T I S T I C D I R E C T O R Kyle Bass is a two-time recipient of the New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship (for fiction in 1998 and playwriting in 2010), a finalist for the Princess Grace Playwriting Award, a semi-finalist for the O’Neill Playwriting Conference, and Pushcart Prize nominee. He is currently writing a new play titled Possessing Harriet, commissioned by the Onondaga Historical Association. Kyle is the coauthor of the original screenplay Day of Days. The film stars award-winning veteran actor Tom Skerritt (Alien, Top Gun, Steel Magnolias, A River Runs Through It) and was released by Broad Green Pictures in 2017. He is currently writing the screenplay ad-

aptation of the novel Milk by Darcy Steinke. Kyle is the co-author (with Ping Chong) of Cry for Peace: Voices from the Congo, which had its world premiere at Syracuse Stage and was subsequently produced at La MaMa Experimental Theatre in New York City. He worked with acclaimed visual artist Carrie Mae Weems on her theatre piece Grace Notes: Reflections for Now, which had its world premiere at the 2016 Spoleto Festival USA in Charleston, South Carolina and was subsequently produced at Yale Rep and will be presented in the Kennedy Center this October. Kyle recently completed Separated, a piece of documentary theatre about the student military veterans at Syracuse University, which was first presented

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A S S O C I AT E A R T I S T I C D I R E C T O R at Syracuse Stage in January, directed by Robert Hupp. Kyle’s prose and other writings have appeared in the journals Folio and Stone Canoe, among others, and in the anthology Alchemy of the Word: Writers Talk about Writing and he has appeared as a guest on National Public Radio’s “Tell Me More,” discussing race in American theatre. Kyle has taught in the MFA Creative Writing program at Goddard College since 2006. He

also teaches playwriting in Syracuse University’s Department of Drama and theatre courses in the Department of African American Studies. He has also taught playwriting at Colgate University and at Hobart & William Smith Colleges and he is Drama Editor for the award-winning journal Stone Canoe. Kyle holds an MFA in Playwriting from Goddard College and is a proud member of the Dramatist Guild of America.

C H A I R , D E PA R T M E N T O F D R A M A Ralph Zito is in his eighth year as chair of the Department of Drama. He came to Syracuse University from the Juilliard School Drama Division, where he had been a teacher and director from 1992 to 2010 and chair of the Voice and Speech Department since 1999. He was a director and adjunct lecturer in the Barnard College Theater Department from 2006 until 2010 and has been a guest artist at training programs across the country, including the Old Globe in San Diego, The University of Texas at Austin, and the Academy for Classical Acting in Washington, DC. Directing credits for the Department of Drama include: The Spitfire Grill, As You Like It, Gruesome Playground Injuries, and The Aliens. He has served as a voice, text or dialect consultant for numerous professional productions both on and off-Broadway, including: The Light in the Piazza; Awake and Sing!; The Herbal Bed; Mrs. Klein; The Fiery Furnace;

The Time of the Cuckoo (Lincoln Center Theatre); Tongue of a Bird; The Merchant of Venice (New York Shakespeare Festival); The Pitchfork Disney (Blue Light Theatre Company); Birdy (The Women’s Project); The Model Apartment (Primary Stages); the New York premiere of Tony Kushner’s SLAVS! (New York Theatre Workshop); and The African Company Presents Richard III (The Acting Company). His regional theater credits include numerous productions at The Shakespeare Theatre and Arena Stage in Washington, DC; Syracuse Stage; Baltimore CENTERSTAGE; Hartford Stage; and the McCarter Theatre, among others. A former touring member of The Acting Company, he served as artistic associate of The Chautauqua Theatre Company for seven years and was a member of the Board of Directors of The American Society for the Alexander Technique (AmSAT) for six years. He is a graduate of Harvard University, The Juilliard School, and the American Center for the Alexander Technique.

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A B O U T T H E D E PA R T M E N T O F D R A M A Part of the College of Visual and Peforming Arts, the Syracuse University Department of Drama offers degree programs in Acting, Musical Theater, Theater Design and Technology, Stage Management, and Theater Management utilizing conservatory-style training in a university setting and in collaboration with Syracuse Stage. With

much appreciation, the Department of Drama wishes to acknowledge the valuable contribution of the Syracuse Stage staff. While students are responsible for designing the technical elements of most Drama productions, implementing these designs requires a significant contribution by the professional staff of the Syracuse Stage production department.

A D M I N I S T R AT I V E S TA F F Chair..........................................................................................................Ralph Zito Business Manager.........................................................................................Lisa Tucci Administrative Specialist..................................................................Charlotte Santella Director, Tepper Semester in NYC..........................................................Lisa Nicholas Assistant Musical Director........................................................................Jacob Stebly Director, 914Works.....................................................................................Scott Rose

F U L L - T I M E FA C U L T Y Brian Cimmet Gerardine Clark James A. Clark Felix E. Cochren Jr. Stephen Cross Timothy Davis-Reed Rodney Hudson

Felix Ivanov Rebecca Karpoff Marie Kemp Alex Koziara Victor Lazarow Andrea Leigh-Smith David Lowenstein

Celia Madeoy Brian J. Marcum Maria Marrero Katherine McGerr Thom Miller Anthony Salatino Holly Thuma

A D J U N C T FA C U L T Y Jill Anderson Rob Andrusko Dianna Angell Kathleen Baum Kyle Bass Dave Bowman Rob Bundy Don Buschmann Diane Coloton Richard Crawley Gretchen Darrow-Crotty Peggy Droz

Danita Emma Laura Enslin Kathryn Fathers Len Fonte Kelley Hamilton Jonathan R. Herter Scott Holdredge Mary Houston Robert Hupp Holly K. LaGrow Karen Menter William Morris

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Leslie Noble Stuart Plymesser Rebecca Schuetz Abel Searor Kevin Shumway Jacob Stebly Randy Steffen Renee Storiale Lauren Unbekant Joseph Whelan Jon Wilson Matthew Winning


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MISSION/VISION Mission: Syracuse Stage is a global village

turous, and entertaining productions of new plays, classics, and musicals, and offer interactive education and outreach programs in Central New York.

square where renowned artists and audiences of all ages gather to celebrate our cultural richness, witness the many truths of our common humanity, and explore the transformative power of live theatre. Celebrating our 45th season as a professional theatre in residence at Syracuse University, we create innovative, adven-

Vision: Syracuse Stage illuminates the

many truths of our common humanity through the transformative power of live theatre.

A B O U T S Y R A C U S E S TA G E Syracuse Stage is Central New York’s

These visiting artists are supported by a staff of artisans, technicians, educators, and administrators who are responsible for all facets of the theatre from building sets, props, and costumes to marketing, development, and box office. A solid core of subscribers and supporters helps keep Syracuse Stage a vibrant artistic presence in Central New York. Year after year their support and patronage contribute to the success of the theatre. Additional support from government, foundations, corporations, and Syracuse University helps to ensure the continued role of Syracuse Stage as a valued cultural resource for the community.  Syracuse Stage is a constituent of the Theatre Communications Group (TCG), the national organization for the American theatre, and a member of the Arts and Cultural Leadership Alliance (ACLA), the University Hill Corporation, and the East Genesee Regent Association.

premier professional theatre. Founded in 1974, Stage has produced more than 300 plays in 44 seasons including a number of world, American, and East Coast premieres. Each season 70,000 patrons enjoy an adventurous mix of new plays and bold interpretations of classics and musicals featuring the finest theatre artists. In addition, Stage maintains a vital educational outreach program that annually serves over 20,000 students throughout Central New York. Syracuse Stage is a member of The League of Resident Theatres (LORT), the largest professional theatre association in the country. America’s leading actors, directors and designers work and/or have worked at Stage including: Tony Award-winners Lillias White, Chuck Cooper, and Elizabeth Franz, Emmy recipient Jean Stapleton, Sam Waterston, John Cullum, James Whitmore, Ben Gazzara, and Ping Chong.

IN THE COMMUNITY An important aspect of the Syracuse Stage mission is to be an active partner and resource in the Central New York community. Each season Syracuse Stage is pleased to partner with a diverse group of community organizations in sponsoring and facilitating various programs, benefits, and events. Ongoing and past partnerships include Arc of Onondaga, The

Burton Blatt Institute, ARISE, InterFaith Works of Central New York, Hospice of CNY, SUNY Upstate Medical/St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center, Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Onondaga County, The Learning Place, AIDS Community Resources, Syracuse Homes, The Chadwick Residence, The Child Care Council of Onondaga County, and Vera House, among others.

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N E X T AT S Y R A C U S E S TA G E

THE WIZARD OF OZ

THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME

B Y L. FR A NK BAUM | W ITH MUSIC AN D LYR ICS FROM TH E MGM M OTIO N PICTURE SCO RE BY H A ROLD A R LE N A N D E. Y. HARBURG W ITH BACK GROU ND MUS IC BY HERBERT STOTHART BO O K A DA P TATI ON B Y J OHN KAN E F RO M THE MOTIO N P I C TUR E S C R E E N PLAY | D IRECTED BY D O N N A DR A K E | C H OR E O G RAPHY BY 2 RIN G CIRCUS MU S IC A L DI R E C TIO N BY BRIAN CIMMET C O- P RODU C E D WITH THE SYRACUSE UN IVERSITY DE PA R TME NT OF D RAMA | N OVEMBER 29 – JA NUA R Y 7 | OP EN IN G N IG HT: D ECEMBER 1

B Y SI M O N S T E P H E N S | A DA P TE D FROM THE N OV E L B Y M AR K H A D D O N | DIR E C TE D B Y R I S A B R A I N I N | C O - P RO D U C E D WI TH I NDIA NA R E PE R TO R Y T H E AT R E | O C TO B E R 2 5 - NOV E MB E R 1 2 | O P E N I N G N I G H T : O C TOB E R 2 7

Meet Christopher John Francis Boone. At 15 years old, he knows all the capital cities in the world and every prime number up to 7,507. But he struggles to understand the world around him. When Christopher is suspected of murdering his neighbor’s dog, he sets out to find the real culprit. His investigation will take him on a journey to a past he never knew and a future he never imagined possible. Based on Mark Haddon’s international best-selling novel and winner of the Tony Award for Best Play, this show is a thrilling and touching theatrical event.

Syracuse Stage teams up with New York’s 2 Ring Circus to create a dazzlingly acrobatic take on The Wizard of Oz. This stage adaptation contains all your favorite characters and songs from the Oscar-winning movie score, including “Over the Rainbow,” “We’re Off to See the Wizard (Follow the Yellow Brick Road),” and more. The cirque-like feats of 2 Ring Circus make it an Oz—and a holiday family treat—like you’ve never seen before. Great songs and L. Frank Baum’s beloved characters make this musical a classic.

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N E X T AT T H E D E PA R T M E N T O F D R A M A

CRAZY FOR YOU

THE HOUSE OF THE SPIRITS

M U S I C A N D LY R I C S B Y G E OR GE GE R S H WIN A N D I R A G E R S H W I N | BO O K B Y K E N LU DWI G C O - C O N C E P T I O N B Y KE N L U DWI G A ND MI K E O C K R E N T | I N S P I R E D B Y M ATE R I A L B Y GUY BO LTO N A N D J O H N M C G OWA N | OR IGINA LLY P RO D U C E D O N B ROA DWAY B Y ROGE R HOR C H OW A N D E L I Z A B E T H W I L LIA MS | OR I GI NA L B ROADWAY C H O R E O G R A P H Y B Y S US A N S TRO M A N | D I R E C T E D A N D C H OR E OGR A P H E D B Y B R I AN J. M AR C U M | M U S I CA L DI R E C TION B Y B R I AN C I M M E T | O C TO B E R 6 - 1 5 | OP E NI NG N I G H T : O C TO B E R 7

A NE W P LAY WI TH SO N G S BY CARIDAD SVICH BA S E D ON TH E NOVEL BY ISABEL ALLEN D E DIRECTED BY CELIA MADEOY | NOVEMBER 10 – 18 OP E NI NG NI GHT: N OVEMBER 11

Isabel Allende’s best-selling and critically acclaimed debut novel comes to vivid life in this powerful and poetic stage adaptation. In an unnamed South American country, a young woman endures a grueling imprisonment for unspecified political reasons. Her name is Alba and she is the youngest of three generations of women from the Trueba family. In her isolation and fear, she bears witness to dream-like memories of a family history shaped by the volatile patriarch Esteban. She wonders what the lives of her mother and grandmother can offer her now and asks how her plight can change the hard and harsh Esteban.

Take some of the greatest songs ever written for Broadway and Hollywood, mix them with a fabulous let’s-put-ona-show style story, and the result is the joyous Gershwin celebration Crazy for You. When a stage-struck, wealthy, Manhattan ne’er-do-well named Bobby Child finds himself in a broken down Nevada mining town, he sets his sights on rescuing a bankrupt theater and loses his heart to the beautiful and talented Polly Baker. Boy meets girl, Times Square meets tumbleweed, and great music meets great dancing. Who could ask for anything more?

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S Y R A C U S E S TA G E B O A R D O F T R U S T E E S CHAIR

Fran Nichols Vice Chairman Emeritus Eric Mower + Associates PRESIDENT

Bea Gonzalez Dean, University College Syracuse University CHAIR-ELECT

Richard Shirtz Regional President NBT Bank VICE CHAIR

Janet Audunson Senior Counsel National Grid VICE CHAIR

Larry Harris EVP and CFO Saab Defense and Security, USA VICE CHAIR

Melvin T. Stith Dean Emeritus, Whitman School of Management Syracuse University TREASURER

Lorraine Branham Dean/Professor, S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications Syracuse University SECRETARY

Samantha Millier Associate Attorney Mackenzie Hughes LLP Jill Anderson** Managing Director Syracuse Stage George S. Bain Freelance Editor and Writer Dan Berman Partner Hancock Estabrook, LLP Sandra Brown President Grandma Brown’s Beans, Inc.

Robin Curtis Zellar Homes/Berkshire Hathaway CNY Realty Richard Driscoll Sr. Commercial Banking Relationship Manager Commercial Banking Division NBT Bank

Suzanne McAuliffe Retired Educator Rod McDonald Bond, Schoeneck & King Molly Mulvihill VP, Commercial Banking Relationship Manager Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Herman R. Frazier Senior Deputy Athletics Director Syracuse University

Virginia Parker Retired Educator

Helene Gold Private Voice & Piano Instructor

Annette Peters Marketing Director Syracuse Media Group

Neil Gold Retired VP Gold Pure Food Products

Kendall Phillips Associate Dean, Global Academic Programs and Initiatives Syracuse University

Jacki Goldberg VP Fundraising Syracuse Stage Guild

Robert Pomfrey President & CEO POMCO Group

Nancy Green Investment Advisor Edward S. Green & Associates

Amir Rahnamay-Azar Chief Financial Officer Syracuse University

John Huhtala Relationship Manager Middle Market Commercial Banking Chase

Molly Ryan Partner, Goldberg Segalla LLP

Robert Hupp** Artistic Director Syracuse Stage

Robert Sarason Retired Lawyer, Organizer, Fundraiser L. John Steigerwald IV Marketing and Sales Representative Cathedral Candle Company

Kathy Kelly Health Educator, PNP, retired

Sharon Sullivan Community Volunteer

Larry Leatherman Retired Bristol-Myers Squibb, MOST

Cora Thomas Radio Host and Office Manager, WAER

Dan Lent Vice President Solvay Bank

Michael S. Tick Dean, College of Visual and Performing Arts Syracuse University

Rocco Mangano Partner Mangano Law Office, PLLC Maria Marrero Department of Drama Professor Syracuse University

Nancy Byrne Community Volunteer

Julia Martin Associate Attorney, Bousquet Holstein

Steve Chase Senior Vice President Harbridge Consulting Group

Kevin R. McAuliffe Partner Barclay Damon

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Phil Turner Pastor Bethany Baptist Church Ralph Zito** Chair Syracuse University Department of Drama Michael Zoanetti VP Senior Wealth Advisor Tompkins Financial Advisors *Executive Committee **Ex-Officio


S Y R A C U S E S TA G E E M E R I T U S C I R C L E We are grateful to the following individuals who have served as Members of the Stage Board of Trustees and continue to support Syracuse Stage at the Circle level. Jim Breuer Mary Beth Carmen Eddie Green Joan Green Elizabeth Hartnett

Claude Incaudo Howard C. Johnson Jack Mannion Margaret Martin Eric Mower

Judy Mower Michael Shende Jack Webb

S Y R A C U S E S TA G E G U I L D B O A R D PRESIDENT

TREASURER

Sara Lowengard

Ellen Lautz

EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT

RECORDING SECRETARY

Garrett Heater

Terry Delavan

VICE PRESIDENT, MEMBERSHIP

Deborah Trent VICE PRESIDENT, FUNDRAISING

Kelly Gardner VICE PRESIDENT, PUBLICITY

Sara Weiler

Ray Abdella Kathy Brown Elaine Cardone Sandi DiBianco Shauna Diliberto Sheila Gangemi

Jacki Goldberg Donna Greene Barbara Ianuzi Lauren Kochian Linda Lowengard Carol Minkstein Margaret Shirtz Melissa Vassenelli Maryam Wasmund Sara Weiler

SYRACUSE STAGE EDUCATION ADVOCACY BOARD Sara Bambino

Rhiannon Berry

Melissa Morgan

CICERO-NORTH SYRACUSE

LIVERPOOL HIGH SCHOOL

BAKER HIGH SCHOOL

Elizabeth Defurio

Matthew Phillips

NOTTINGHAM HIGH SCHOOL

JAMESVILLE-DEWITT HIGH SCHOOL

David Fisselbrand

Jennifer Sabatino

AUBURN HIGH SCHOOL

CATO-MERIDIAN MIDDLE SCHOOL

HIGH SCHOOL

Todd Benware CHRISTIAN BROTHERS ACADEMY

Jordan Berger JAMESVILLE-DEWITT HIGH SCHOOL

Y O U N G A D U LT C O U N C I L Samantha Aitken

Emma Ciardy

Molly Kotzin

JAMESVILLE-DEWITT HIGH SCHOOL

JAMESVILLE-DEWITT HIGH SCHOOL

JAMESVILLE-DEWITT HIGH SCHOOL

Elizabeth Basilio-Capria

Cami Cortez

Olivia Moffa

LIVERPOOL HIGH SCHOOL

WESTHILL HIGH SCHOOL

CHRISTIAN BROTHERS ACADEMY

Chloe Butler

Marissa DiGennaro

Alexis Olney

JAMESVILLE-DEWITT HIGH SCHOOL

JAMESVILLE-DEWITT HIGH SCHOOL

CICERO-NORTH SYRACUSE HIGH SCHOOL

Mackenzie Bruen C.W. BAKER HIGH SCHOOl

Garrett Frink

Lily Byrne

Annie Gorham

CATO-MERIDIAN HIGH SCHOOL

C. W. BAKER HIGH SCHOOL

Derek Caldeira

Marcus Johnson

FABIUS POMPEY HIGH SCHOOL

JAMESVILLE-DEWITT HIGH SCHOOL

PHOENIX HIGH SCHOOL

Tyler Piper JORDAN-ELBRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL

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Eleanor Wester CAZENOVIA CENTRAL SCHOOL


THE LOUIS G. MARCOCCIA AWARD FOR EXEMPLARY SERVICE TO SYRACUSE STAGE Dr. Louis G. Marcoccia, June 15, 2012 Jack H. Webb, June 14, 2013 James A. Clark, June 7, 2014 Bethaida Gonzรกlez, June 19, 2015 Tim Bond, June 10, 2016 Diana C. Coles, June 10, 2016 Barbara Beckos, June 10, 2016 Robert Moss, June 16, 2017

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THE THREE MUSKETEERS SPONSORS

The Reisman Foundation values what Syracuse Stage brings to the cultural fabric of Central New York, making it a better place to live and work. The Foundation is pleased to support the production of The Three Musketeers. Congratulations on another great season.

The Grandma Brown Foundation is proud to be part of this lively adventure.

CORPORATE, FOUNDATION, AND GOVERNMENT SUPPORTERS*

Richard Mather Fund

*Corporate, Foundation, and Government operating support received in the last 12 months from $2,800 and above and in-kind support from $10,000 and above.

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SYRACUSE STAGE ANNUAL GIFTS Syracuse Stage depends on the generosity of contributions from individuals, corporations, businesses, foundations and government agencies. It is with much gratitude that we recognize the following donors to our annual campaign. Contributors listed below represent donations received in the past twelve months. For information regarding levels of contribution and benefits of each please contact the Development office at 315.443.3931 or visit syracusestage.org

CORPORATE, FOUNDATION & GOVERNMENT HONOR ROLL $100,000+ Syracuse University $75,000 - $99,999 The Dorothy and Marshall M. Reisman Foundation $50,000 - $74,999 Advance Media New York§ County of Onondaga, Administered by CNY Arts Destiny USA§ Genesee Grande§ $20,000 - $49,999 Central New York Community Foundation The Richard Mather Fund« New York State Council on the Arts Shubert Foundation $12,500 - $19,999 Allyn Family Foundation Bank of America – Children’s Tour Business Journal News Network§ Cumulus Media§ iHeartMedia§ KeyBank N.A.« M&T Bank NewsChannel 9§ POMCO Group Urban CNY§ WAER § $7,500 - $12,499 AXA Foundation Chase  = INCREASED GIFT,

The John Ben Snow Memorial Trust NBT Bank Syracuse New Times§ WRVO§ $5,000 - $7,499 Aloft Syracuse Inner Harbor§ Barclay Damon Carrier Corporation Community Bank N.A. Ephesus Lighting, Inc. Excellus BlueCross BlueShield The Grandma Brown Foundation Lockheed Martin Employees Federated Fund Lockheed Martin MST Pathfinder Bank Phoebe’s§ Pinnacle Raymour & Flanigan Scherzi Photography + Video§ The SU Humanities Center presents as part of the 20172018 Syracuse Symposium™ on Belonging Syracuse Stage Board of Trustees Syracuse Stage Guild Tompkins Financial Advisors Upstate Medical University Wegmans $2,800 - $4,999 Bank of New York Mellon The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation« Melvin & Mildred Eggers Family Charitable Foundation

$1,500 - $2,799 Berkshire Hathaway CNY Realty Bond, Shoeneck & King, PLLC Bousquet Holstein PLLC Bristol-Meyers Squibb Foundation J.R. Clancy Cathedral Candle Company Dannible & McKee, LLP Frank & Frances Revoir Foundation« McIntosh Box & Pallet Co., Inc.« National Grid Syracuse Blue Print§ Theatre Development Fund, Inc. $500 - $1,499 ACLS Mailing & Fulfillment§ Action Printwear, Inc.§ Anoplate Corp. Cardinal Health Eastern Security Service Giarrusso Building Supplies Heritage Masonry Restoration Liberty Mutual Merrill Lynch Midstate Printing Corp.§ Law Office of Keith D. Miller Nixon Gear, Inc. Henry A. Panasci, Jr. Charitable Trust L. & J.G. Stickley« $250 - $499 Anaren Alan Byer Volvo Aspen Dental Columbian Financial Group

* = STAGE BOARD MEMBER, STAGE EMERITUS BOARD MEMBER, as of August 31, 2017

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CORPORATE, FOUNDATION & GOVERNMENT HONOR ROLL Dermody, Burke & Brown, CPAs, LLC Dunk & Bright Furniture Elsbeth Rose East Freeman Interiors Geddes Federal Savings Hebert Financial Strategies/ Dennis & Judy Hebert« Hueber-Breuer Construction Co, Inc. King David’s Restaurant Longley Jones Price Chopper’s Golub Foundation

Bill Rapp Subaru Reeves Farms Rockacres Veterinary Hospital Salina Abstract & Title Agency Smith Contemporary Furniture/Smith Interiors Ltd SOS: Syracuse Orthopedic Specialists The Horowitch Family Foundation The Mid-York Press, Inc. Tops Friendly Market University College of Syracuse University

Carol Watson Greenhouse Zellar Homes Ltd. $75 - $249 Brady Systems Fulton Savings Bank Gaspirini Sales, Inc. Genuine Parts Company Lead to Success Sheats & Bailey PLLC Urist Financial & Retirement Planning Visual Technologies Ann Wolfson Associates

ENDOWMENT & PLANNED GIFT DONORS $100,000 - $124,999 In Honor and Memory of Sheldon P. Peterfreund and Josephine A. Peterfreund

$10,500 - $24,999 The Estate of Rosemary Curtis $5,000 - $9,999 Mary Louise Dunn Fund§

$2,500 - $4,999 Dr. William J. Clark, Jr. Fund«

INDIVIDUAL GIFTS All new and increased gifts this season are matched dollar for dollar by The Richard Mather Fund. Benefactors’ Circle $10,000+ George* Bain« The Dorothy and Marshall M. Reisman Foundation Paul Phillips, MD & Sharon* Sullivan« Founders’ Circle $7,500 - $9,999 Bill & Nancy* Byrne« Playwrights’ Circle $5,000 - $7,499 Daniel Bingham & Gail Hamner Helene* & Neil* Gold« Jacki* & Michael Goldberg« Mary & Larry* Leatherman Suzanne* & Kevin* McAuliffe« Judy & Eric* Mower Sally Lou & Fran* Nichols«

Sandra Lee Fenske & Joe Silberlicht« Elinor Spring-Mills & Darvin Varon Patricia & Melvin* Stith« Producers’ Circle $2,800 - $4,999 Janet* Audunson & David Youlen« Pete & Mary Beth* Carmen Margaret, Amy & Bob Currier« Bea Gonzalez* & Michael Leonard« Ann & Larry* Harris« Brigitte & Peter Herzog« Roberta & Rocco* Mangano« Judith Sayles & David Murray Frederick & Virginia* Parker« Bob* & Kellie Pomfrey« Mrs. Sherwin Radin Dr. & Mrs. Thomas R. Welch

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Directors’ Circle $1,500 - $2,799 Barbara Beckos & Arthur McDonald« Joan Christy & Thomas Bersani Lorraine* Branham & Melvin Williams« Cathy & Jim Breuer Sandra* L. Brown James Clark & Sharon Gordon« Kristin & Sidney Cominsky Bob & Bobbie Constable« Robin Curtis* & David Zellar Ed & Susan Downing Therese & Richard* Driscoll« Dana & Peggy Dudarchik Barbara & Michael Flintrop« Barbara W. Genton« Joan Green Winifred E. Greenberg Betsy Hartnett*


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David & Sally Hootnick« Clea & Bob Hupp Sandra Hurd & Joel Potash« Mrs. Claude* Incaudo Peter Cannavo & Helen Jacoby Mr. & Mrs. Dudley Johnson Randy & Elizabeth Kalish« Ann & Dan* Lent« Anthony Malavenda & Martine Burat« Mr. John F.X. Mannion* & Mayor Stephanie A. Miner Nancy Green* & Tony Marschall« Margaret* & Don Martin John P. & Elizabeth Y. McKinnell« Kevin & Molly* Mulvihill Sheila R. Parker & John F. Parker, M.D.« Rosemary Pooler Yiwei Qi & Julie Yu Rissa & Michael Ratner« Dr. Amir Rahnamay-Azar* Dene A. Sarason Elaine & Michael* Shende Margaret & Richard* Shirtz« Leslie Kohman & Jeffrey Smith« Dr. & Mrs. Sam Spalding Raymond & Linda Straub« Cindy Sutton & Family« Cherry & Peter Thun« Linda & Jack* Webb Glenda & Larry Wetzel Laurie & Michael* Zoanetti« Patrons $1,000 - $1,499 Eric R. Allyn & Meg O’Connell Paul Barron & Leah Weinberg Maria & Paul Badami Marlene A. Brown« Mr. W. Carroll Coyne« John Druke« Marya & John Frantz and Sutton Real Estate Company, LLC Theodore C. & Antonia M. Hansen« John* & Kim Huhtala« Linda & Dan Lowengard John MacAllister & Laurel Moranz« Susan Beth Burgess & Michael S. Nilan Jan & David Panasci George & Rita Soufleris Deirdre & David Stam« Nancy Kramer & Doug Sutherland« Cathy & Michael* Tick Lynda & Terry Wheat« Stars $500 - $999 Marjorie Aubry Marion Barbero

Daniel* & Sarah Berman Jeffrey Bogart Mary Brady« Rachel May & Tom Brockelman« Marlene Brown« Pamela Caraccioli« Drs. Alexander* & Margaret Charters Steven* & Seanne Chase« Pat Colabufo Diana Coles« Frank N. Decker Roger & Naomi Demuth« Lew & Elaine Dubroff Karen & Nat Dunn« Clay & Dora Elliott Mary Ann Ferris Mary Ann Finn Grace & Michael Flusche« Anita & Allen Frank« Sylvia & David Fry« Allen & Nirelle Galson Donna Graber« Deborah Haines« David Heisig & Donna Mahar Jacqueline Hicks« David Jacobs« Elaine & Steve Jacobs« John & Gloria Kennedy« Penelope J.M. & Stephen M. Klein« Bob & Pat Lebel« Harlan London, Ph.D.« Kim & Phillip Mazza« Jane Merrill Anne Morford Dorothea P. Nelson« John & Joan Nicholson« Kenn & Annette* Peters« Nancy & Steve Rogers Tina Press & David Rubin Jane Burkhead & Robert* Sarason« Kendrick & Gracia Sears« Nancy & Walter Shepard Corinne & Lynn Smith James & Vicki Smith L. John* Steigerwald IV« H. Paul Steiner Wanda Thompson« Gregg Tripoli« Pastor Phil* Turner« Angels $250 - $499 Anonymous« Mr. Timothy Atseff & Ms. Margaret G. Ogden Aminey Audi« Dr. Joanne & Jim Beckman Donna Marie & Michael Bocketti Dr. Sharon Brangman & Charlie Lester« Susan & Thomas Brett« Walter & Angel Broadnax

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In Tribute Contributions have been made to Syracuse Stage to honor someone, celebrate a special occasion or offer an expression of sympathy in memory of a loved one.

Dr. & Mrs. Mark Adelson in memory of Laura Edell Sarah B. Alden in memory of Jacqueline Coley In Memory of Arlene Alpaugh Rose Erma Angotti in tribute of 43 years in real estate George Bain in honor of Don Buschmann and all the production shops at Stage. Juanita Balamut in tribute of Marion A. Sevier Mrs. Gwynne Bellos in memory of Dr. Neal S. Bellos Carrie Berse in memory of Betty Lourie Carol Bryant in honor of Virginia Parker Marion L. Burke in honor of Barbara B. Liptak Robert Caswell in Memory of Pam Jim Clark & Sharon Gordon in honor of Betty Lourie and Lou Kempton The Central New York Community Foundation in memory of Betty Lourie Ed Cohen in Memory of Beverly Michaels Judith Dannible in honor of my Angel, Anthony F. Dannible Vicki & David Dansky in memory of Betty Lourie Susan G. Dorn in memory of Phillip K. Dorn


Bob & Kathy Brown Marlene A. Brown« Marion L. Burke Mary & Bill Butler« Craig & Kathy Byrum Frank & Kathy Campagna« Robert F. Caswell« Ann & Steve Chase« Ann Clarke« Barbara & Goodwin Cooke Jerilyn Costich« Mike & LaRae Cottrell« George Curry« Judith Dannible Peter & Margaret Darby« Carol Decker« Bill & Terry Delavan Wynetta Devore« Sandra Marie DiBianco« Cynthia Dietz Alan B. Dolmatch Elizabeth & Evan Dreyfuss« Walter & Linda Dudas Jonathan & Rosanne Ecker Richard Ernst« Robert & Terry Flower« Anita & Allen Frank Philip & Marilyn Frankel« Silvia & David Fry Melanie & Mark Fullerton« Charles R. Gallagher Ernest Giraud Sheila Goldie« Linda Ann Greene« Jerry & Beth Groff« Patricia Haggerty« Margaret Harding & Joseph Whelan« David & Ellen Hardy« Dr. & Mrs. Donald M. Haswell Nancy & Bud Haylor« Mary Hershberger« Drs. Joseph & Paula Himmelsbach Joseph Hipius« Mr. & Mrs. Alexander Holstein Joyce Homan Randall LaLonde & Patricia Homer Carrie Mae Weems & Jeffrey Hoone Anne Jamison & Peter Vanable« Lex & Helen Joseph Robin & Mark Kasowitz« Norma Kelley Jeanne Kempton Stephen & Janet Kimatian Don & Margo Koten« Mary Rose Kott Hume & Peggy Laidman« Ellen & Terry Lautz« Elizabeth D. Liddy« Marlene & Scott MacFarlane Louis & Nancy Maresca« Candace & John D. Marsellus

Albert Marshall« Susan Martineau« Rod* & Jana McDonald« Howard McLaughlin & Mary O’Hara« Sam & Margaret McNaughton« Dr. & Mrs. James L. Megna« Elizabeth & Walter Merriam« Samantha* Millier Anne Morford Tina Morgan« John Palmer & Liz Morgenthein« Susan W. Moskal« James & Kathleen Muldoon Betty Jane & Larry Myers Linda & Donald Napier Maria Maniscalco & James Nellis Dennis & Doren Norfleet« Kevin & Michelle O’Connor Michael & Maggie O’Connor Lawrence & Joan Page« David & Susan Palen« Robert & Teresa Parke Ralph & Mary Lou Penner Kendall* Phillips« Robert & Jane Pickett« Marilyn Pinsky Kathy & Dan Rabuzzi« James* & Theresa Reed Michael & Cindy Rogan« Arnie & Libby Rubenstein Maria & Richard A. Russell« Lois & Ted Schroeder Marilyn & Mike Sees« Cheryl & Robert Shallish« Barbara Shaw Pamela Sherwood« James W. Shults Rhoda Sikes Carol & Dirk Sonneborn Lawrence Sovik Dr. Kenneth & Lois Spitzer Helene & George Starr Jill & Ron Stratton« Dr. Martin & Jackie Talcik« Mr. & Mrs. Robert Tenney« Tiso Family Cynthia G. Tracy« Larry Volan & Sara Warner« Anita Wagner Linda Webb« – in support of Audio-Described Performances John & Mitzi Wolf Mary Jane Woodward Supporting Cast $150 - $249 George & Sandra Abbott Harriet & Jerrold Abraham« Judy & Bud Adams Judith Adams Dr. George P. Adams & Mrs. Beverly C. Adams

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Barbara Genton in honor of Donna Perricone Peggy Ginniff in honor of my parents Harold & Mildred Ginniff Daughter Carol Jean in tribute of Bob & Blanche Everingham Tom & Christine Hafner in tribute of Peter Hafner Kip & Terri Hargrave in honor of Gus Hargrave & Rick Menke Kelly & Colleen Harrison in honor of Kathleen D. Harrig Kathlyn Heaton in honor of Sharon Waletzko Heidi Holtz in memory of Betty Lourie Elizabeth Burke Humphreys In memory of Barbara Burke Liptak Doris King in memory of Austin Hoffman II Richard & Joan Kollgaard in honor of Don Buschmann & Tracey White Lorraine LaDuke in honor of Mrs. Cecile LaDuke Janet W. Lowe in honor of Bob Moss Gerald Mager in tribute of Thomas A. Brisk Rocco Mangano in memory of Ed Green John Huppertz & Diane Mastin in honor of Fran & Sally Lou Nichols Carl Peterson & Margaret Maurer in memory of Jacqueline Coley Mr. Wallace J. McDonald in memory of Betty Lourie Richard Midlam in tribute of Barbara Midlam Lyn Morsillo & Vanessa Kalette in honor of Tracey White & Mary Kennett


Kathy & Mark Adelson Sally Alden Kal Alston Kristi Andersen« Robert & Jeanne Anderson Nathan Andrews Tony Antonello & Danielle Quintus« Marina Artuso Holmes & Sarah Bailey« Rosemary Baker & Stu Spiegel Juanita Balamut« Gail & Dennis Baldwin« Ed & Joan Bangel Theresa & Dennis Bardenett« Nancy Barnum Joseph & Linda Barry Andrew & Margot Baxter« Gwynne Bellos« Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Berger Steffi Bergman« Kathleen Bice Roslyn Bilford Nicki Bisson« Gerald & Barbara Black Barbara Bloom Gary & Fran Bockus Dick Bowman Bernie & Ona Cohn Bregman« Virginia Brennan Jenifer Breyer Douglas Brodie« Maren & Mark Brown Caroline & Nicholas Brust« Carol Bryant Jennifer Bryer Helen Buck Naomi & Jim Cannon« Joan Carlon Tom & Maryann Carranti Timothy McLaughlin & Diane Cass Dr. & Mrs. Raymond J. Cassady Susan Chappuis« Joseph L. & Janice L. Charles Anthony & Carolyn Cimino Joan Cincotta Andrea & Jon Clardy« Diane & Richard Clark Malcolm Clark Carolyn & Sam Clemence Susan & Craig Cobb« Edward Cohen Dr. & Mrs. Paul S. Cohen Sylvia & William Cohen« Martha Cole Margaret & Milton Coleman Mr. & Mrs. Robert Colley« Michele Combs« Mr. & Mrs. Robert Congel Joan & Robert D. Conine« William & Julia Consroe« Molly Corley« Orazio & Genevieve Covelli Elizabeth Cowan

Richard Cross & Kathryn Davis« Jamie & Julie Cyr« George & Margaret DeLorenzo« Clive & Sandra Davis Paula A. Dendis Delores R. Dixon Susan Dorn« Cynthia & Mark Dowd Greene« Sharry Doyle« David & Robin Drucker Claire Duffy Jim & Patty Dungey Karen & Nat Dunn Nancy & Tony Ebersole Kathleen M. Effler« Elizabeth & William Elkins Greg & Linda Ellstrom Ted & Penny Emerick Susan Estabrook Dorothy Fagerstrom« Cissie Fairchilds« Ms. Kathie Falgitano« Lori & Christopher Farrell Tom & Jane Ferguson Marsha & Benjamin Ferrara James & Barbara Finlon Daniel Fisher Karen & William Fisher Molly Fitzpatrick Katherine Flack« Geraldine Forbes & Sidney Greenblatt Len Fonte Kathleen Forrest« Judith Fox Jeff & Tess Freedman Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Freer« Carolyn & Sean Garner David & Bernice Gaynor Margaret Gelfuso & Peter Scheibe« John & Debbie Gerson« Michele & Carl Gildemeyer Frank & Anne Girardi« Peggy Ginniff James Godleski Joshua & Gloria Goldberg« Phyllis Goldman« Robert & Karen Goldman Annette Goodman« Mrs. Lewis H. Goodman Linda F. Goodrich & Dennis Goodrich« Lawrence & Dorothy Gordon Drs. Michael & Wendy Gordon Judith & Samuel Gorovit Joseph & Marie Grasso William J. Gray Stephen & Julia Graziano Dr. Roger & Vicki Greenberg The Greenfield Family Drs. William & Ann Griffith James M. Hahn Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Halsey

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Janice Nelson in honor of Bea & Irving Solomon Brenda Neuss in tribute of Christine Lightcap In honor of Kathryn Mulligan Joy & Al Oliver in honor of Rebecca Oliver & Hillary Gale Susan A. Parker in honor of Virginia B. Parker Dr. Paul E. Phillips & Ms. Sharon Sullivan in memory of Betty Lourie Jeffrey and Wendy Purdy in honor of our grandson, Enoch Purdy David Relyea in honor of Paula Relyea Nancy Remchuk in honor of Timothy Bond Francis R. Rivette & Judith LaManna in recognition of Tracey White Erica Rube in honor of Jackie Goldberg Elaine Rubenstein in memory of Betty Lourie Lorne & Ellen Runge in tribute of Betty Lourie Ellen & Lorne Runge in honor of Laurie Clark Lois & Mike Schaffer in memory of Betty Lourie Nancy Scheutziw in tribute of Syracuse Stage Staff/Volunteers Mr. & Mrs. Jacob H. Schuhle in memory of William Whiting Mansukh J. Shah in memory of Indira M. Shah Mel Shindler in honor of Tracey White Alberta L. Shouldice in honor of Peter Fekete Artistic Director of Open Hand Theatre Corrine & Lynn Smith in support of Open Captioning


Ruth Pass Hancock Mrs. Stuart F. Hancock, Jr.« Carole & Mark Hansen Milena Hansen« Bill & Kathy Harmand Rebecca & Michael Harris David & Lib Hayes Lionel Lee Hector Alan & Dorothy Heller Christopher Henke & Carolyn Hsu Nancy & Lee Herrington« Celaine & Victor Hershdorfer Camille & Mark Hill« Dr. and Mrs. Alvin Holmes« Marcia Hayden-Horan & Philip Horan« Mr. & Mrs. Richard Hovey Guy & Patricia Howard Elizabeth Burke Humphreys« Dr. Peter & Mary Huntington« Jim & Sherri Hyla Virginia Jacob Richard Jaeger Janet Jaffe« Susan & Theodore Jarosz« Mr. & Mrs. Jastrzab James Aiello & Pam Johnson Pamela Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Stephen L. Johnson Thomas & Corinne Johnston Michael & Lynette Jozefczyk Marjorie T. & Joseph V. Julian« Kankus Family Dr. & Mrs. Allan Kanter Jan & James Kaplan Dr. & Mrs. Philip Kaplan Carolyn & Gregory Keefe Jane & John Keegan Joan & Alexander Keilen« David & Noel Keith« Cheryle Kelley« Ed & Susan Kelley Kathy* Kelly & Len Weiner« Amy Kemp Jean Kimber Barbara & Richard Kimm« Doris King« Russell & Joan King Sally & Dick Kinsey John & Susan Kline« Theresa & Stephen Kline« Jeffrey Knox & Susan Maxwell« Mary Kochan Kathy & Barry Kogut Richard & Joan Kollgaard Dr. Sylvia Betcher & Martin Korn Kathy & Scott Krell Sheldon Kruth« Jill Ladd Lauren & Robert Lalley« Jay & Linda Land L. Lardy & E. Pennington«

Phyllis & Harlan LaVine Mark & Jeannette Levinsohn« Bonnie Levy Renee Levy Edward & Carol Lipson David Michel & Peggy Liuzzi Joanne Lloyd« K.B. Lloyd« Betsy Long« John & Marian Loosmann« Sara Lowengard« Nicholas & Cathy Lozoponi Tom Miller & Mary MacBlane James MacKillop Alexis & Thomas Madden John & Janet Mallan« Jon M. Maloff J.R. Manier Rick Manier, Jr. Elizabeth G. Mascia Frederick & Virginia Marty Dr. & Mrs. Michael Masingale« Mary K. Massad Michael Mattson Mr. & Mrs. Peter Mazzaferro« Noreen & Donald McCrimmon William & Pamela McGarry Michael & Patricia McGrath Brian & Cheryl McIntyre Bev & Dave McKay Marilyn McKnight Brian McLane Diane Cass & Tim McLaughlin« Kathleen McLeod Nancy & M. James McPherson« Maggie & Andreas Meier Mary & Eckart Meisterfeld Clifford & Marjorie Mellor Ann R. Melvin Ben & Julie Merchant« Sis Merrell David Michelo & Peggy Ruzzie Dan & Terry Miller« Merrill L. Miller, M.D. Don Milmore Beth & David Mitchell Gail & Peter Mitchell« June M. Mitchell James Mitscher Robert & Barbara Moore Dr. & Mrs. Charles Muniak« Mary Jane & Stephen Nathan« Richard & Barbara Natoli Patricia Naughton Nancy Needham« Brenda Neuss« Stephen Nevins Cathryn Newton Neil Novelli Brenda Neuss«

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H. Paul Steiner in honor of Tracey White Jordan Tannenbaum in memory of Sheva Tannenbaum Union Bank & Trust in Honor of Betty Lourie Carol Bryant & Richard Ward in honor of Virginia & Fritz Parker Lynda Wheat In Honor of Barbara Beckos Lynda & Terry Wheat in memory of Betty Lourie Lynda Wheat in Honor of Diana Coles JoAnne Wickman, in honor of Arlene Alpaugh Janet Willis in memory of Genevieve Thuma

Robert & Beth Oddy Ute Oestreicher Sally O’Herin« Albert & Joy Oliver Phyllis & Chuck Olmsted Donna & Richard O’Neil« Timothy & JoDean Orcutt Deborah O’Shea« Cathy Palm« Peter & Constance Palumb Susan Parker« David & Cynda Penfield David & Susan Pickard Richard & Neva Pilgrim Mickey & Pat Piscitelli David & Linda Pitonzo Ann & Howard Port Jeffrey and Wendy Purdy« Jean Raper« Mark Re & Nancy Pasquale Wendy Ressler Robert & Christina Rhinehart Pat & Kuni Riccardi« Brian & Chris Rieger« Julie & Boyd Rimel« John P. & Bernice Ronan« Howard J. Rose Elaine Rubenstein Ellen & Lorne Runge Linda & Bob Ryan« Don & Florence Saleh Richard & Jill Sargent Sisters Janet & Joan Kelly & Tony Scalzo« Jeffrey & Abby Scheer Robert Scheer Nancy Mudrick & Eric Schiff George & Sharon Schmit«


Mr. & Mrs. Jacob H. Schuhle Margaret Schuhle Ellen Schwartz Janice Scully, M.D. Ruth Seaman Gracia & Kendrick Sears Thelie Trotty-Selzer & Jon Selzer« Rick & Betsy Severance Craig Simmons Nancy & Robert Slavens Craig & Martha Smith Debbie & David Smith Judith B. Smith Robert & Sheila Smith Harold & Ruth Smulyan Gwen Kay & Jef Sneider Marcene Sonneborn Jean & Paul Soper Helen E. Stacy Anne Stagnitti John Steinburg & Karl Crossman Deborah & James Stewart«

Dr. Lawrence Stewart« Barbara Sullivan Myrna & E.D. Sullivan« Thomas Talbot Jordan Tannenbaum« Mr. & Mr. Richard Terpening Laura M. Terpening Christine & Richard Thomas Cynthia G. Tracey Marguerite Conan & James A. Traver Charles F. Tremper« Gregg Tripoli Jean & John Tromans Lennie Elizabeth Turner« Lynn Vanderhoek & Michael VanVranken Dina & Gershon Vincow Meghan & T.J. Vitale Fred & Patricia von Mechow« Frank & Alice Vreeland Ann Vaccaro Bob Visalli

Matching Gift Program The following companies will match gifts of their employees, retirees and spouses with a gift of their own to Syracuse Stage. Ask your personnel office for a matching gift form, send the completed form with your gift – and we’ll do the rest! AT&T Allied-Signal, Inc. American Express Company Avon Products, Inc. AXA Equitable Bank of America Borden, Inc. Bristol-Meyers Squibb Foundation CIGNA Corporation CNA Foundation Chemical Bank Chubb Group of Insurance Companies Citicorp & Citibank, N.A. Coopers Industries Foundation Crouse Hinds Co. – Cooper Industries

Deluxe Corporation Digital Equipment Corporation Emerson Electric Co. Equitable Life Assurance Society Farmer & Traders Life Ins. Co. Fireman’s Fund Insurance GE Foundation General Foods Corporation GlaxoSmithKline John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance The Home Depot Foundation Honeywell IBM Corporation J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. Johnson & Johnson

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Susan Wadley Kashi & Kameshwar Wali Mrs. Barbara Wanamaker Dr. & Mrs. Donald Washburn Sara & Jay Wason« Mark Watkins & Brenda Silverman Diane Webb Elizabeth Weinstein & Steven Shahan Ruth S. Weinstock, M.d., Ph.D. Anna Giacobbe & Peter Welge« Peter N. Wells Evelyn D. White JoAnne Wickman Elizabeth & James Wiggins Garrett Wikoff« Pauline & Robert Williamson Alex & Lola Winter Tina Winter Ivan & Bonnie Wolf Tom & Carol Wolff Lori Ott & Jeffrey Woodward Kelly Wypych«

Kemper National P&C Co. Key Foundation Lever Brothers Company Marine Midland Bank, N.A. McDonald’s Corporation Merrill Lynch Mobil Oil Corporation The MONY Group Mutual Life Insurance Co. NCR Corporation National Grange New York Telephone Niagara Mohawk Foundation Owens-Illinois, Inc. Pitney Bowes The Prudential Foundation Charles Schwab Radio Shack Rockwell Automation Trust SmithKline Beecham Labs The St. Paul’s Companies The Travelers Companies United Parcel Service United Technologies Corp. Verizon Welch Allyn Xerox Corporation


S Y R A C U S E S TA G E S TA F F

Artistic Director.......................................................................................................Robert M. Hupp Managing Director.....................................................................................................Jill A. Anderson Associate Artistic Director....................................................................................................Kyle Bass P R O D U C T I O N S TA F F

Director of Production Operations...........................................................................Don Buschmann Assistant Production Manager.................................................................................Dianna Angell Company Manager/Production Management Assistant..............................................Brian Crotty Production Assistant..........................................................................................Georgi Hughes Technical Director..................................................................................................Randall Steffen Assistant Technical Director............................................................................Rebecca Schuetz Scene Shop Foreman...........................................................................................Michael King Carpenters....................................................Cheyenne Bonewell, Jordan Michaud, Erek Weis Graduate Assistant...........................................................................................Marc Zbikowski Student Work Study.......................................................................................Weston Barnwell Scenic Charge Artist...........................................................................................Holly K. LaGrow Assistant Scenic Artist...........................................................................................Phillip Dyke Graduate Assistant..............................................................................Louise Bahia Thompson Properties Coordinator/Master................................................................................Mary Houston Props Carpenter...................................................................................................Mike Gerlach Props Artisan....................................................................................................Jessica Culligan Props Graduate Assistant...................................................................................Charlie Hickey Props Work Study Artisans...................................................Jonathan Hayes, Emily Liberatore Props Overhire Artisan....................................................................................Brian McBurney Costumer................................................................................................Gretchen Darrow-Crotty Assistant Costumer/Drama Department Costume Coordinator..................James A. McDaniel Cutter-Drapers.............................................................Amanda Doherty, Catherine Hennessy First Hand.........................................................................................................Victoria Lillich Stitchers...................................................................................Sarah Alspach, Katelyn Yonkers Craftsperson/Shopper.........................................................................................Sandra Knapp Wardrobe and Wig Supervisor.................................................................................Sarah Stark Hair Stylist......................................................................................................Kristina Scalone Student Work Study.............................................................................................Abby McGee Master Electrician/Projections Coordinator.....................................................David M. Bowman Electrician…….......................................................................................................Jed Daniels Electrics Apprentice..........................................................................................Anastasia Sioris Student Work-Study........................................................................Sasha Falsberg, Aria Sivick Resident Sound Designer/Audio Engineer......................................................................JR Herter Assistant Audio Engineer................................................................................Kevin O’Connor Sound Journeyperson......................................................................................Trinisha Dupree Graduate Assistant........................................................................Monica Giulianna Gonzalez Production Stage Manager....................................................................................Stuart Plymesser Stage Manager..............................................................................................Laura Jane Collins Stage Management Journeyman............................................................................Erin C Brett Stage Management Apprentice................................................................................Em Piraino

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S Y R A C U S E S TA G E S TA F F

A D M I N I S T R AT I V E S TA F F

General Manager...............................................................................................................Jon Wilson Comptroller..............................................................................................Mary Kennett Morreale Human Resources Manager/Business Associate.......................................................Kathy Zappala Director of Information Management & Technology...................................Garrett Wheeler-Diaz Student Assistant..................................................................................................Justin Ramer Director of Ticketing & Subscription Services........................................................Miguel Tarrats Asst. Dir. of Ticketing & Subscription Services/Database Administrator........Courtney Richardson Assistant Box Office Manager............................................................................Laurie Lindsey Patron Sales and Services..........................................................Brian Balamut, Dennis Lennox Box Office Assistants................................Benjamin Allen, Danielle Bertolini, Sophia Blayney, Stephanie Burnham, Allisha Edwards, Courtney Green, Chelsea Perez, Lexi Smychynsky Director of Audience Services.................................................................................Lydia Kubiniec Audience Services Assistant.....................................................................................Lisa Doerle Assistant House Manager...............................................................................Patricia Condello Student Assistant House Managers.......Drew Deal, James Mack, Natalie Oliver, Nenad Vukovic Bartenders..........Meg Pusey Anthis, Patrick Cummings, William Loeper, Evan Starling-Davis Work Study Ushers..................................Valeria Berdecia, Manda Borden, Kimberly Castoro, Katelyn Rachel Eaton, Madelyn Geltch, Amanda Gomes, Alexander Aranyi Low, Samantha Lucas, John Michael MacLeod, Alexander Maiman, Callista McMaye, Cameron Reece, Tee Rodriguez, Jenefer Rojas, Nathan Shapiro, Jemila Smith, Claire St. Marie, Brianna Stankiewicz Director of Development...............................................................................................Tina Morgan Interim Development Manager...........................................................................Stefania Ianno Development Associate...................................................................................Meggan Madden Angel Appeal Telefunding Manager....................................................................Kathy Zappala Director of Educational Outreach...........................................................................Lauren Unbekant Assistant Director of Education..............................................................................Kate Laissle Education Assistant...................................................................................................Len Fonte Director of Marketing and Communications..............................................................Joseph Whelan Group/Corporate Sales Manager.........................................................................Tracey White Group Sales Assistant........................................................................................Amanda Kurey Group Sales Student Assistant.............................................................................Lia Chapman Marketing Manager...........................................................................................Joanna Penalva Graphic Designers.................................................................Jonathan Hudak, Brenna Merritt Audience Engagement & Communications Associate......................................Tionge Johnson Marketing Intern.....................................................................................................................J.R. Pierce Executive Assistant......................................................................................................Rebecca Grady Dramaturgy Graduate Intern......................................................................................Ellie Kaplan Sign Language Interpreters...............Brenda Brown, Jim Brown, Aaron Burton, Angelo Coppola, Mikki Evans, Sue Freeman, Joanne Jackowski, Zenna Preli, Trisha Schwartz, Ryan Wight Open Captioning..................................................................................................Tionge Johnson Audio Description..............................................................................Kate Laissle, Joseph Whelan Community Services Officer......................................................................................Stacey Emmons Custodians.............................................................................Kitty Ashby, Les Edwards, Tony Rogers

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ACCESSIBILITY PERFORMANCES 2017/18 THE THREE MUSKETEERS

THE WIZARD OF OZ

A RAISIN IN THE SUN

Sat. Sep. 30, 3:00 S Sat. Oct. 7, 3:00 AD Wed. Sep. 27, 2:00 Sat. Oct. 7, 8:00 O Sun. Oct. 8, 2:00 O

Sat. Dec. 9, 3:00 S Sat. Dec. 9, 3:00 AD Wed. Dec. 6, 2:00 O Sat. Dec. 16, 8:00 O Sun. Dec. 17, 2:00 O

Sat. Mar. 3, 3:00 S Sat. Mar. 10, 3:00 AD Wed. Feb. 28, 2:00 O Sat. Mar. 10, 8:00 O Sun. Mar. 11, 2:00 O

THE CURIOUS INCIDENT

NEXT TO NORMAL

THE MAGIC PLAY

OF THE DOG IN THE

Sat. Feb. 3, 3:00 S Sat. Feb. 10, 3:00 AD Wed. Jan. 31, 2:00 O Sat. Feb. 10, 8:00 O Sun. Feb. 11, 2:00 O

Sat. May 5, 3:00 S Sat. May 12, 3:00 AD Wed. May 2, 2:00 O Sat. May 12, 8:00 O Sun. May 13, 2:00 O

O

NIGHT-TIME

Sat. Nov. 4, 3:00 S Sat. Nov. 11, 3:00 AD Wed. Nov. 1, 2:00 O Sat. Nov. 11, 8:00 O Sun. Nov. 12, 2:00 O

American Sign Language = S Sign Language Interpreted Performance Series supported in part by Welch Allyn, in memory of Susan Thompson. An American Sign Language Interpreted performance is offered for every production. For the most advantageous viewing, be sure to mention your interest in sign interpretation when reserving tickets.

Fund’s TAP Plus Praagram, NYSCA and donations from individuals and corporations.

Open Captioned Performances = O Open Captioning is provided for two matinee performances of every production. A small screen, placed to the side of the stage, displays text corresponding to the play’s dialogue and other sounds. Open Captioning can be viewed from most seats in the theatre. However, for the most advantageous viewing, please contact the Box Office. Open Captioning is supported by grants from Theatre Development

Audio Enhancement: Syracuse Stage offers an infrared hearing system for patrons with up to 70% hearing loss. Headsets can be reserved free of charge through the Box Office or at the Coat Room before curtain.

Audio-Described Performances = AD Simultaneous live narration and pre-show description for blind and visually impaired patrons. Please call the Box Office in advance to reserve headsets.

Wheelchair Seating and Accessibility: Syracuse Stage is wheelchair accessible. Please call the Box Office at 315-4433275 to arrange wheelchair seating.

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G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N SYRACUSE STAGE 820 East Genesee Street Syracuse, NY 13210-1508 Administration: 315/443-4008 Box Office: 315/443-3275 www.SyracuseStage.org SINGLE TICKET PRICES Evenings: Fri., Sat.: $53, $48, $32 Sun., Tues., Wed., Thurs.: $43, $39, $32 Matinees: Wed., Sat., Sun.: $51, $46, $32 Previews: $39, $34, $32 All tickets can be purchased at the Syracuse Stage Box Office or online anytime at www.SyracuseStage.org. Prices may vary for opening nights. DISCOUNTS Available for senior citizens, 40 and under, and students. Call the Box Office for prices. GROUP DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE Available for groups of 10 or more; additional discounts for student/senior citizen groups. Call Tracey White: 315/443-9844. RUSH TICKETS Rush tickets are available for purchase at a discounted rate on the day of the show for all performances. Limited availability. PAY-WHAT-YOU-WILL We believe everyone should be able to attend Syracuse Stage performances. With this in mind, we are offering 76 tickets to the first preview (Wednesday evening) performance of each show on a pay-what-you-will basis. Tickets must be claimed in person at the Box Office on the day of performance only, limit of two per person. BOX OFFICE HOURS The Box Office is open Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and two hours before each performance. Box Office phone: 315/443-3275. Box Office fax: 315/443-1408. GIFT CERTIFICATES Call the Box Office or visit us online at SyracuseStage.org PARKING Entrance to the enclosed parking garage on Irving Avenue is on the corner of Madison Street and Irving, next to the Madison-Irving Medical Building. For hours of operation and parking costs, call (315) 475-4742. There is an open parking lot between Phoebe’s Garden Cafe and the garage maintained by Syracuse University. BEEPERS AND CELL PHONES For the actors’ safety and in consideration of the audience please turn off all cell phones. FIRE NOTICE The exit indicated by a red sign nearest the seat you occupy is the shortest route to the street. In the event of an emergency, walk to that exit and follow the house staff’s directions. SMOKING POLICY The Syracuse Stage/Drama Complex is proud to be tobacco- and smoke-free. To help ensure a healthy and respectful environment, the use of all tobacco and tobacco-related products is prohibited on the property, including buildings, sidewalks, and parking areas. For more information visit: wellness.syr.edu/tobacco-free QUIET CHILDREN Quiet children over the age of five are welcome at Syracuse Stage performances. We do ask that adults remove disruptive children to the lobby.

TICKET EXCHANGE All tickets may be exchanged. Please call the Box Office 24 hours prior to the earliest performance involved in the exchange. Single ticket exchanges carry a $5 fee per ticket. Flex Pack holders may make one free exchange per show. Subscribers may make unlimited free exchanges; upgrade charges may apply. Subscribers who missed a scheduled performance and did not exchange may use their Extra Value Coupon or purchase a missed performance pass for $5. LATECOMERS In order to ensure the safety and concentration of the actors and the uninterrupted enjoyment of our patrons, latecomers will be seated at the earliest, appropriate break in the performance in the closest available seats. BUY IT IF YOU LIKE IT! Many of the items featured in our productions are available for purchase. For information contact Mary Houston, Props Master: (315) 443-2437. TO VOLUNTEER AS AN USHER If you would like to get a backstage view of Syracuse Stage, or would like to expand your social circle, this is the ideal opportunity for you. All we ask for is a positive attitude, a smiling face and the willingness to commit a few hours a month. Please call our House Manager at (315) 443-3219 for more information. OPEN CAPTIONING We are pleased to offer two open captioned performances for each mainstage play. Open captioning provides a simultaneous display of the play’s dialogue on a screen to the right of the stage. AUDIO-DESCRIBED PERFORMANCES Simultaneous live narration and pre-show description for blind and visually impaired patrons. Please contact Box Office in advance to reserve headsets. AUDIO ENHANCEMENT We offer a wireless FM system for patrons with up to a 70% hearing loss. Headsets can be reserved free of charge at the Coat Room before curtain. SIGNED INTERPRETED PERFORMANCES Tuesday evenings, the third or fourth week of each production, we offer performances for the hearing impaired. WHEELCHAIR ACCOMMODATIONS Syracuse Stage is wheelchair accessible. Please call the Box Office to arrange wheelchair seating. EMERGENCY TELEPHONE CONTACT To be reached in an emergency, please leave your name and seat location at the Coat Room when you arrive. This is the only way we can locate you. In case of an emergency you may be reached at (315) 443-9922. WWW.SYRACUSESTAGE.ORG Subscribe, purchase Flex Packs, gift certificates, and single tickets 24-7. Information, schedules, reviews and more. PLEASE . . . The use of cameras and recording devices is not permitted. Please do not bring food into the theatre. Drinks in Syracuse Stage’s Approved Theatre Containers may be brought into the theatre. Those containers are available for purchase at the Gift Shop in the Coyne Lobby. ADVERTISER SUPPORT Syracuse Stage encourages audience members to support the businesses advertised in our program.

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