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CONTENTS SPECIAL WELCOME BACK........................................................................................................................ 4-5 COVID-19 PROTOCOLS & PROCEDURES.................................................................................................... 6-7 CAMPUS CALENDAR OF EVENTS.............................................................................................................. 8-9 DIGITAL PERFORMANCE PROGRAMS CENTER PRESENTS | PALLADIUM PLAYERS TABLE READING: THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST...........11 CENTER PRESENTS | CLASSICS IN CONTEXT: "CLASSICAL" VS. CLASSICAL MUSIC....................................12 CENTER PRESENTS | LUMINARIES: PLAYING WITH LIGHT: AN ARTIST'S JOURNEY....................................14 CENTER PRESENTS | FAEGRE DRINKER PEANUT BUTTER & JAM: DORIN.................................................15 CENTER PRESENTS | KAR FRONT SEAT WITH MICHAEL STIGGERS..........................................................19 CENTER PRESENTS | PALLADIUM BOOKIES: THE RIDE OF A LIFETIME.................................................... 22 CENTER PRESENTS | JAZZTALK: THE GENIUS OF CHARLIE PARKER..........................................................26 CENTER PRESENTS | KAR FRONT SEAT WITH LIZZI GEE.........................................................................27 CENTER PRESENTS | FAEGRE DRINKER PEANUT BUTTER & JAM: HALLOWEEN WITH RUDITOONZ...............28 ABOUT THE CENTER........................................................................................................................... 38-39 ABOUT THE SONGBOOK FOUNDATION................................................................................................. 40-41 BOX OFFICE............................................................................................................................................42 CONTACT US.......................................................................................................................................... 43 CENTER BOARD OF DIRECTORS & STAFF.............................................................................................. 44-45 CENTER ANNUAL PARTNERS............................................................................................................... 46-51 SONGBOOK FOUNDATION BOARD & FRIENDS...................................................................................... 53-55 CENTER MAJOR PARTNERS...................................................................................................................... 56
A SPECIAL ISSUE OF APPLAUSE We appreciate your support of the Center for the Performing Arts and your patience as we work to provide alternative programming during the pandemic and schedule the 2020-2021 Center Presents Season sponsored by Allied Solutions. As noted in our recent email to subscribers, because of continuing public health concerns and the resulting slowdown in the broader concert industry, the Center is delaying the start of the Center Presents performance season until early 2021. An initial schedule and on-sale dates will be announced in January. Several concerts rescheduled for this fall will be moved to future dates, and ticketholders will be contacted to explore their options. The new season will not be organized into traditional subscription packages, and venue capacity will be substantially reduced to allow physical distancing. Still, subscribers from the 2019-2020 season will maintain their subscriber status and benefits this season, including ticket discounts, presale access and priority seating. Though some seats might not be available for every performance, we will do our best to honor your preferences. Meanwhile, we will continue to fulfill our mission with a substantial schedule of small-scale events, Resident Company performances, educational programming and online offerings. We’re excited to connect with wider and more diverse audiences through new livestreaming initiatives and digital adaptations of popular programs. The Center’s education and enrichment programs for all ages – such as Faegre Drinker Peanut Butter & Jam family concerts, KAR Front Seat artist Q&As, Palladium Bookies book club and the Luminaries speaker series – will continue, whether onsite, online or in some combination of the two. Through Zoom teleconferencing, we are expanding the Classics in Context discussion series and launching a new JazzTalk series. Also premiering this fall is a livestreamed performance series, Live at the Center, featuring top
local and regional artists. The Center will continue to share news as well as online arts and entertainment opportunities through the twice-weekly Interlude e-newsletter. Meanwhile, more than 40 onsite events are scheduled in the Centerâ€™s venues from August through December, including performances by the resident Carmel Symphony Orchestra, Civic Theatre, Gregory Hancock Dance Theatre and Indiana Wind Symphony. For these events, the Center has developed an extensive set of protocols to enhance health and safety in our venues, including requirements for face coverings and physical distancing. More details on our COVID-19 policies are available on our website, TheCenterPresents.org. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Patron Services staff at Tickets@TheCenterPresents.org or by phone at (317) 843-3800 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. We hope you enjoy our programming this fall, and we look forward to sharing more information about the Center Presents season in January. Thank you again for your support.
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Thankfully supporting The Center during these unprecedented times. Hoping for a speedy return to regular programming.
CAMPUS C CENTER PRESENTS FREE EVENT! PALLADIUM PLAYERS TABLE READING: THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST Mon Sept 14 at 7pm ET The Studio Theater & Online
INDIANA WIND SYMPHONY PANORAMIC FANTASY: FEATURING CARL BUTLER, FLUTE Sun Sep 27 at 6:30pm ET The Palladium
CENTER PRESENTS FREE EVENT! CLASSICS IN CONTEXT: “CLASSICAL” VS. CLASSICAL MUSIC Tues Sep 15 at 7pm ET | Online
CENTER PRESENTS FREE EVENT! KAR FRONT SEAT WITH MICHAEL STIGGERS: BROADWAY ACTOR, SINGER, DANCER Mon Sep 28 at 7pm ET | Online
CENTER PRESENTS LUMINARIES: PLAYING WITH LIGHT: AN ARTIST’S JOURNEY Tues Sep 22 at 2pm ET | The Palladium CENTER PRESENTS FAEGRE DRINKER PEANUT BUTTER & JAM: DORIN Sat Sep 26 at 10:30am ET
CARMEL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA MASTERWORKS 1: BARTOK, GRIEG, TCHAIKOVSKY Sat Oct 10 at 7:30pm ET The Palladium
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CALENDAR CENTER PRESENTS FREE EVENT! PALLADIUM BOOKIES: THE RIDE OF A LIFETIME: LESSONS LEARNED FROM 15 YEARS AS CEO OF THE WALT DISNEY CO. BY ROBERT IGER Mon Oct 12 at 7pm ET The Palladium & Online
CENTER PRESENTS FAEGRE DRINKER PEANUT BUTTER & JAM: HALLOWEEN WITH RUDITOONZ Sat Oct 31 at 10:30am ET The Studio Theater INDIANA WIND SYMPHONY A HAUNTED PALLADIUM: CELEBRATING HALLOWEEN WITH SPOOKY TUNES Sat Oct 31 at 2pm ET | The Palladium
CENTER PRESENTS FREE EVENT! JAZZTALK: THE GENIUS OF CHARLIE PARKER CENTER PRESENTS FREE EVENT! Tue Oct 13 at 7pm ET | Online KAR FRONT SEAT WITH TODD FREE EVENT! CENTER PRESENTS WILLIAMS: NATIONALY RECOGNIZED KAR FRONT SEAT WITH LIZZI GEE: JAZZ MUSICIAN BROADWAY AND BRITISH THEATER Mon Nov 2 at 7pm ET | Online & FILM CHOREOGRAPHER AND MOVEMENT DIRECTOR Mon Oct 19 at 5pm ET | Online
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PALLADIUM PLAYERS TABLE READING: THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 AT 7PM ET | THE STUDIO THEATER & ONLINE Join us for a casual reading and discussion of the themes in Act III of Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest. For our reading, we are looking for "actors" (amateurs welcome!) to read one of eight characters. (Depending on who registers, we may need to read "gender-blind.â€?) What is a table reading? A table reading is an organized reading of a script in which the speaking parts, stage directions and scene headings are read out loud. In this case, participants can enjoy a sense of community while engaging with Oscar Wilde's wonderful language. Plays are written to be performed aloud and heard, not just read silently. Learn more about the reading here.
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CLASSICS IN CONTEXT: "CLASSICAL" VS. CLASSICAL MUSIC TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 AT 7PM ET | ONLINE Wikipedia defines classical music as “art music produced or rooted in the traditions of Western culture, including both liturgical and secular music.” Within that larger scope is the Classical period of music, which lasted roughly from 1730 until 1815 and included the works of such composers as Mozart, Haydn and Beethoven. This Classics in Context presentation will explore both definitions and try to clear up any confusion the terms might create for listeners. It’s classical versus “Classical.” The program will conclude with an opportunity to ask questions of Dr. Conrad. Learn more about Dr. Conrad here.
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LUMINARIES: PLAYING WITH LIGHT: AN ARTIST'S JOURNEY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 AT 2PM ET | THE PALLADIUM Arlon Bayliss will describe his journey as an artist working with light, from his early work as a glass artist to his public art commissions. His talk will be illustrated with images and video of various projects, including his recent work for the City of Carmel. He will not only show how the artworks come to life, but also emphasize the importance of collaboration and “play” in his creative process. Learn more about Arlon Bayliss here. 14
FAEGRE DRINKER PEANUT BUTTER & JAM: DORIN SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 AT 10:30AM ET | THE STUDIO THEATER Join us for live music by local trio Dorin. This family-friendly band engages both children and adults with catchy melodies and whimsical and heartwarming lyrics that reflect the special bond we have with the children we love. The band’s 2018 release Do You Dream of Me? is a collection of original love songs and lullabies. Designed for children ages 1-7, Peanut Butter & Jam sessions encourage young children to become engaged in the arts. Join us for these informal 10:30 to 11:15 a.m. Saturday concerts. Tickets are only $10 per child, with two free adult admissions included – perfect for parents and grandparents! Learn more about this event here.
Introducing Our 20-21 Season
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KAR FRONT SEAT WITH MICHAEL STIGGERS: BROADWAY ACTOR, SINGER, DANCER MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 AT 7PM ET | ONLINE Michael Stiggers Jr. is a 2009 Columbus State University Theatre Education graduate. After graduating, Michael began his professional journey in the Atlanta theater scene, working and growing with some of the city's best talent in regional productions including Born for This: The Bebe Winans Story (Alliance Theatre), Rent (Actorâ€™s Express) and Les Miserables (Aurora Theatre). He now resides in New York City, where in 2017 he made his Broadway debut in the Tony Award-winning Beautiful: The Carole King Musical. Most recently in one of the biggest Broadway shows of all time, Disney's The Lion King, he performed eight nights a week with the ensemble in addition to understudying the lead role of Simba. Michael is also a voiceover artist with national campaigns and projects for Adidas, Uber, and Nickelodeon Network. Learn more about this event here.
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PALLADIUM BOOKIES: THE RIDE OF A LIFETIME: LESSONS LEARNED FROM 15 YEARS AS CEO OF THE WALT DISNEY CO. BY ROBERT IGER
MONDAY, OCTOBER 12 AT 7PM ET | THE PALLADIUM & ONLINE The Palladium Bookies, the Center’s book club for grownups, conducted its first physically distanced, hybrid gathering Monday, with participants appropriately spaced throughout the Palladium’s South Lobby and others joining in via Zoom videoconferencing to talk over The Piano Shop on the Left Bank by Thad Carhart. Up next for discussion is The Ride of a Lifetime: Lessons Learned from 15 Years as CEO of the Walt Disney Company by Robert Iger. It was a No. 1 NYT best-seller and an NPR Best Books of the Year honoree, and based on the publisher’s blurb, this guy was a pretty big deal: “The executive chairman of Disney, Time’s 2019 businessperson of the year, shares the ideas and values he embraced during his 15 years as CEO while reinventing one of the world’s most beloved companies and inspiring the people who bring the magic to life.” The discussion begins at 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 12, so find a copy and email Outreach@TheCenterPresents.org to register for online or in-person participation. More info is available on our website. 22
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ONLINE PERFORMANCES September 27 - October 10 Enjoy this powerful story from the comfort of your own home!
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Dances for a New World: Part One October 22-24, 2020
Dances for a New World: Part Two January 14-16, 2021
Dances for a New World: Part Three April 1-3, 2021
Thereâ€™s No Place Like Home June 4-6, 2021
GHDT and the Carmel Symphony Orchestra LIVE August 27-28, 2021
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JAZZTALK: THE GENIUS OF CHARLIE PARKER TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13 AT 7PM ET | ONLINE JazzTalk is a series of informal discussions about the masters of jazz and their enduring legacy, with hosts Todd Williams, nationally known saxophonist and music educator, and Doug Tatum, Vice President of Programming at the Center for the Performing Arts. Viewers can join in via Zoom and pose questions after the discussion. The Genius of Charlie Parker Marking the centennial of Charlie Parker’s birth in 1920, this discussion will explore the virtuoso saxophonist’s enduring contributions to jazz and the broader world of music. Which Parker solos have become iconic to listeners over the years? What conditions did musicians face in making those recordings? What specific innovations led to his “genius” reputation? Find out why Parker, 65 years after his tragic death, remains a towering figure in American culture. Learn more about the presenters here.
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KAR FRONT SEAT WITH LIZZI GEE: BROADWAY AND BRITISH THEATER & FILM CHOREOGRAPHER AND MOVEMENT DIRECTOR MONDAY, OCTOBER 19 AT 5PM ET | ONLINE Lizzi Gee, choreographer for A Christmas Carol on Broadway and the 2014 film Pride, is an Old Vic Theatre Associate Artist whose work spans musicals, plays, operas, film and television. She has worked in many prestigious buildings, including: the National Theatre, Old Vic, Young Vic, English National Opera, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, Chichester Festival Theatre and numerous West End productions and U.K. tours. She is the mother of two boys and a facilitator for artsINSIDEOUT at Nkosi’s Haven in Johannesburg. Learn more about this event here.
FAEGRE DRINKER PEANUT BUTTER & JAM: HALLOWEEN WITH RUDITOONZ SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31 AT 10:30AM ET | THE STUDIO THEATER Dress the kids in costume to sing and dance during this Halloweenthemed rock ’n’ roll show! Ruditoonz is Indiana's rockingest, coolest, awesome-est rocker for kids and their adults. Original music, highly energetic, interactive and loads of fun! Learn more about Ruditoonz here. Designed for children ages 1-7, Peanut Butter & Jam sessions encourage young children to become engaged in the arts. Join us for these informal 10:30 to 11:15 a.m. Saturday concerts. Tickets are only $10 per child, with two free adult admissions included – perfect for parents and grandparents! Learn more about this event here.
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Your support provides performing arts education for all ages! Alongside the world-class arts and entertainment events we present at our three venues, a vital part of the Center’s mission is our robust menu of educational and outreach programming for patrons of all ages. Examples include: • The Saturday morning Faegre Drinker Peanut Butter & Jam sessions, which introduce preschoolers to the joy of live music and the performing arts • The KAR Front Seat program, which brings high school and college music students into touring artists’ sound checks to observe, ask questions and learn about life as a professional performer • Educational videoconferences for schools around the state • The Palladium Bookies, an engaging book club and discussion group for readers interested in arts-related issues • Budget-friendly classes and experiential opportunities for older youth and adults, including Dance Discovery, Ukulele and Intro to Stand-Up Comedy During the 2018-2019 Season, the Center presented education and outreach activities for more than 2,125 youth and 2,393 adults in Hamilton, Marion, Boone, Hendricks, Hancock, Grant, Morgan, Tippecanoe, Putnam, Madison, Howard, Delaware, Clinton, Johnson, Fulton, and Monroe counties.
ABOUT THE CENTER The mission of the Center for the Performing Arts is to engage and inspire the Central Indiana community through enriching arts experiences. The Center for the Performing Arts is a nonprofit arts and education organization responsible for the operation and programming of a three-venue campus at Carmelâ€™s City Center. Together, the Palladium, the Tarkington and the Studio Theater create a welcoming place for the community to engage with all forms of the performing arts. The campus also provides a home for the affiliated Great American Songbook Foundation and hosts six Resident Companies, along with other organizations that utilize the facilities for their events. Since opening in 2011, the Centerâ€™s venues have hosted over 2,500 performances for 960,000 patrons representing all 92 counties in Indiana, all 50 states and 25 nations. The campus also draws hundreds of thousands of visitors each year for other public events. Each year the Center provides access to the arts for thousands of people of all ages â€“ building community, enriching lives and inspiring minds young and old. Education and outreach initiatives include performing arts classes for children and adults and special programs for upcoming generations, such as the interactive Faegre Drinker Peanut Butter & Jam concert series for preschoolers, the Palladium PALS reading club, educational videoconferences for students around the state, and the Student Discount Ticket program, through which students can attend select performances for just $15.
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The Songbook for Every Tomorrow About the Great American Songbook Foundation
Just the Songbook comforted during the Great Depression, boosted Theasmission of the Great Americanfamilies Songbook Foundation is to inspire and educate morale during WWII and created unity during many other challenging world events by celebrating the Great American Songbook. throughout our history, we can be confident that the Songbook will continue to carry us through anything that tomorrow may bring. Until we can gather together and Based at the Palladium, the Great American Songbook Foundation is permanently celebrate once again in person, keep the music playing in your house by engaging in affiliated with the Center for the Performing Arts and is one of only seven the Songbook At Home. worldwide Cultural Affiliates of the Los Angeles-based GRAMMY MuseumÂŽ.
Songbook Ways to Engage
Click to explore TheSongbook.org Share Your Songbook The Songbook is a term that refers to music that has the power to last beyond the time it was written. By that definition, the Songbook is still being written today. Share your song, your story, or an album that has become a part of your own personal Songbookâ€“ the soundtrack of your life.
Just as the Songbook comforted families during the Great Depression, boosted morale during WWII and created unity during many other challenging world events throughout our history, we can be confident that the Songbook will continue to carry us through anything that tomorrow may bring. Until we can gather together and celebrate once again in person, keep the music playing in your house by engaging in the Songbook At Home. Click here to explore: TheSongbook.org. /SongbookFoundation
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Staff EXECUTIVE Jeffrey C. McDermott President/CEO
Board of Directors Zak Kahn Chair Melissa Stapleton Barnes Immediate Past Chair Barbara Branic Vice Chair
Michael Feinstein Artistic Director PROGRAMMING Douglas Tatum Vice President of Programming Julia Shildmyer-Heighway Director of Education & Community Engagement Krista Layfield Education & Community Engagement Assistant
Cheryl A. Harmon Treasurer
DEVELOPMENT Michael Pettry Vice President of Development
Anne Hensley Poindexter Secretary
Braden Hurley Director of Partnership Development
James Anderson, Jr. MD, FFPM, FACE Adam Arceneaux Frank Basile Barbara Branic David A. Burnett Rebecca Byrnes Ann Dee Del Demaree Rollin Dick Melissa L. Eldredge John Gallina Shane Hageman Douglas C. Haney, Esq. Nancy S. Heck Nicholas F. Hrisomalos, M.D., P.C Stephanie Chen Kim Kathleen (Kathy) Krusie Justin Moffett Samuel (Sam) Muse Jane E. Niederberger Daniel J. Philpott James Purvis Jimmy Rayford Paul G. Reis Anthony (Tony) Robertson Quinn Shepherd Laurie Siler David A. Temple W. Michael Wells Lebbeus Woods, CFPÂŽ XiaoOu Yuan
Kendra Latta Director of Individual Development Sheila Delaney Development Strategy & Research Manager Robin Briskey Annual Fund & Corporate Relations Manager Tara Eubanks Individual Giving Associate Sara Landrum Kristina Davis Grant Writers FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION Susan Springirth Chief Financial Officer Christie Gardner Director of Human Resources Cynthia Ille Controller Nancy Hamilton Accounting & Human Resources Manager Michelle Oakley Accounting Specialist Maryan Douglas Administrative Assistant
MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS Mark Truett Vice President of Marketing & Communications
Rhonda Daly House Managers
Becky Lee Meacham Director of Marketing
FACILITIES Ed Penman Facility Manager
Scott Hall Director of Communications
Ryan Gray Maintenance Engineer
John A. Moskal II Business Intelligence Administrator
PRODUCTION Tim Todd Director of Production
Katie Breden Social Media & Digital Marketing Coordinator Kalie Clark Graphics Production Coordinator PATRON SERVICES Brian Seitz Director of Patron Services & Organizational Core Values Chandler Appleby Steve Moore Patron Services Supervisors Sheryl Mullins Patron Services Concierge Bill Eckert Lindy Siefker Patron Services Representatives OPERATIONS Jeff Steeg Vice President of Operations Ramona Adams Director of Events Francie Cohen Laura Varnau Event Managers Sharon Holyoak Volunteer Coordinator Lisa Hillard Director of Beverages Cindy Teeters Lead House Manager Erica Bernstein Kelly Johnson Jennifer Kaufmann Marilyn Melangton Kim Moe Christian Starnes Lisa Thornberry
Jacki Pollnow Production Technician Lisa Posson Assistant Director of Production Jared McGowan Lighting Director Devin Schonsheck Lead Audio Engineer Joe Wisner Technical Director, The Studio Theater Joshua Hasty Technical Director, The Tarkington Ben Dobler Lead Video Engineer Ellen Kingston Concierge Services Manager Karen Knotts Artist Concierge THE GREAT AMERICAN SONGBOOK FOUNDATION Chris Lewis Executive Director Lisa Lobdell Archivist RenĂŠe La Schiazza Director of Programs Marissa Nielsen Individual Giving Officer Chelsea Reynowsky Program Coordinator
Annual Donors Thank you to the following individuals and organizations that have contributed to the Center for the Performing Arts Annual Fund during the past year. This list reflects gifts received through July 31, 2020. For more information, please contact the Development Office at 317.819.3520.
ANNUAL FUND Diamond Palladium Society ($100,000+) Allied Solutions, LLC City of Carmel Cheri & Rollie Dick Michael Feinstein & Terrence Flannery Zak Khan Gold Palladium Society ($25,000-$49,999) Nick and Joni Hrisomalos Leah & Eric Payne Jim & Ginny Purvis Faegre Drinker First Merchants Bank Hoosier Village Katz, Sapper & Miller Krieg DeVault LLP The National Bank of Indianapolis Payne & Mencias Group at Merrill Lynch Printing Partners Shepherd Insurance Silver Palladium Society ($15,000-$24,999) Drewry Simmons Vornehm, LLP Indiana Arts Commission KAR Global
Bronze Palladium Society ($10,000-$14,999) Susan & Andy Anderson William M. Goodwin John & Marianne Hart Dimitrios & Viviana Koukoulomatis Jeffrey C. McDermott Suzanne & Ron Mencias Karen & Donald Perez Lei Shen & Soomin Park Jayne Ann & Doug Wilson The Barrington of Carmel J.C. Hart Company, Inc. Pedcor Companies Telamon Corporation Urban Vines Winery & Brewery Presidentâ€™s Circle ($5,000-$9,999) Margaret & Adam Arceneaux Melissa & Bradon Barnes Frank & Katrina Basile Eloise L. Bowers Barbara & Michael Branic Randy & Libby Brown David A. Burnett Rebecca & Rodney Byrnes Eric Daugherty & Delia RivasDaugherty Ann & Kenneth Dee Del Demaree Melissa Eldredge John & Barbara Gallina Philip & Patricia Gibson Shane & Jana Hageman Cheryl A. Harmon Young & Stephanie Kim Steve & Kathy Krusie Sandra Lynch & Aidan Moran Rod & Jayme McComas Justin & Jennifer Moffett Mo Merhoff & Paul Reis Jane & Mark Niederberger J. Daniel Philpott
Brian G. & Anne Hensley Poindexter Michael & Angeline Protogere Jimmy & Bailey Rayford Debbie & Mike Rechin Bruce & Jan Reynolds Mr. & Mrs. Tony Robertson Judith Roudebush Quinn & Ali Shepherd Giving Fund Laurie Siler Larry & Sandra Speer Dr. Pamela A. Steed David & Victoria Temple Ambassador & Mrs. Randall L. Tobias Susan Tobin Rosemary & Paxton Waters W. Michael & Sue Wells Pam & Bill Williams Jennifer & Lebbeus Woods Jeff & Shari Worrell Xiao Ou Yuan & Lindsay Hicks Fi3 Family Office Marquis Commercial Solutions Directorâ€™s Circle ($2,500-$4,999) Patricia & Rafik Bishara Elizabeth Chamberlin Mr. & Mrs. William Hammer Douglas & Tammy Haney Sally & James Hubbard Matthew & Tracy Jacobson Gary Larreategui Jim Leslie Dr. Greg & Rose-Ann Mazanek Greg B. Reynolds Mr. Ronald B. Schwier & Ms. Marti T. Starkey Fred & Judith Thorne Jim Washburn & Susan Stayer Dr. & Mrs. Robert D. Yee Anonymous (2) Arts Midwest Touring Fund
Founders Circle ($1,000-$2,499) Dr. Christine Bishop & Hank Wong Nick & Debbie Blauwiekel Deb & Mike Bush Carl Butler & Jeff Goens Joan & Larry Cimino Drs. Molly & Jeff Cooke Julie & Cary Curry Waneta Dunkerly Craig & Marsha Dunkin Helen M. Eby Dr. Howard Eigen John A. Ericson Elizabeth Fuller Lynda Goeke & Don Katz Jim & Susan Goldman Alan Goldsticker Dr. & Mrs. Thomas R. Green Dr. Jeff & Nancy Greenberg Gripp Family Dr. & Mrs. Tim Hannon Nancy S. Heck Andrew & Dawn Hein Diane & Jack Houtman Susan G. Johnson Richard & Karen Kohlmann Kendra M. Latta Tina & Gary Malone Scott & Bethany Morrow Jackie Nytes & Michael O'Brien Michael Pettry & John Mainella Scott Putney & Susan Sawyer Jeff & Clare Quinn Cathy Rooney & Rick Moyer Pat & John Schuler Armen & Marie-Claude Shanafelt Dave & Judy Sholly Don & Candace Shuck Susan Springirth Jim & Vickie Theis Glenn & Cheryl Troyer Saundra & Mark Truett Mitch & Julie Tull Ashley M. Ulbricht List continued on next page. 47
Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Whitaker William & Maureen Winingham Bob & Barbara Wolf Diana & Dan Yates
Mr. & Mrs. John Valentine Sara Wessel Carolyn & Doug Willard Lew & Lisa Willis
Jonathan Byrd's MBP Distinctive Catering
Advocate ($500-$999) Biddle Foundation Ron & Ann Thompson Brock Ruth & Robert Brown Stanley & Connie Campbell Charles & Ann Conrad Luanne & Lawrence Dewey Thomas & Judith Ertl Drs. William & Julie Fecht Beverly & Tom Feller Peggy Ford Don & Pam Gottwald Mary Ann Hart & Doug Tatum Steve & Shannon Hawkins Brad & Jeanine Haynes Bill & Nancy Heath Robert & Doreen Kachur Mike & Kim Keller Bob & Sandee Kleymeyer Aaron & Kara Klopfenstein John R. Koven & Neeka Parks-Koven Kraabel Charitable Foundation, Inc. Karen Mangia Jerry & Wendy Meredith Albert & Diane Moore Payne Family Foundation John & Libby Perkins Scott & Kristin Pike Capi Seeger Scheidler Michael & Lesley Semo Jim & Jill Stutzman John & Libby Perkins James E. Tisdale Tip & Margaret Tollison Patty & Wayne Tush 48
Supporter ($250-$499) Luke A-C John & Ramona Adams James & Betsy Backe Andy Ball & Jason Cannon Edwin & Mary Banta Greg Barcus Mark Bender Renee Bilgram Gary & Pam Bollier Mrs. Sydney Jeanne Book Elbert Bradshaw Steve & Carolyn Brody Mimi & Terry Brookie Mickey and P T Buntin Jim & Joyce Burrell Pattie Clifford Janet & Mervyn Cohen Robert & Mary Coma Ron & Dorothy Conley Timothy & Elaine Cooney Bill & Angela Corley Patrick R. Corsi Jack & Karen Crane Peter & Carol Czajkowski Sheila Delaney Dental Ceramics Ltd Jeannine Deroy James & Sarah Dicks Michael & Margie Draper Diane Dubord Phil & Cindy Faris Kristen Ferger Bronwen & Marvin Ferguson Richard Frey Frank & Nancy Fults
Don & Pam Gottwald Sue Ellen Greenlee Megan & Marty Gregor Barbara & Robert Gregory Richard & Cathy Hahn Bruce & Mary Hakes Steve & Liz Hanes Barbara & John Hassell Dennis & Amy Haworth Patrick & Diane Healey Ronald Held Marcus Henderson Susan Henson Robert & Wendy Hester Dr. & Mrs. David & Louisa Hollander David & Leanne Jackson Robert & Margie Jackson Jean Jansen Katzenellenbogen Mansavage Family Andy Keller Family Nick & Katy Kestner Family Fund Drs. Geoffrey & Carol Keyes Marjorie Kimes Pat Kirn Frederick Kraft Jim & Jean Kraft John & Mary Dawn Krege Nancy & Otto Krohn Roxanne Kyle Irene & Donald Lange Robin & Tom Ledyard Jan & Jeff Lefton Dr. & Mrs. R. Stephen Lehman Chris Linderson Vera Long Mr. Roberto & Priscila Machado Dale & Sharon Mansberger Pat McGarrah Dr. William K. McGarvey Laura & Dan Moriarity Isobel Murphy Anthony & Liza Najem Ken & Ellen Narva
Jim & Carol Phillips John & Jennifer Pritchett Dana Randall Vijay Rao & Sunila Reddy Ken & Debra Renkens Tim & Dee Renner Sandra Ruby David Sabatier Libby & Mark Saunders John & Madelaine Schiering Brian & Christine Seitz Jerry & DeAnn Shrewsbury Jeff & Sarah Steeg Cherilyn Stephens Glen & Teresa Stewart Ray & Kelly Strickland Jim & Maureen Sulkowski Amy Szwed Joe & Jill Tanner Cindy Teeters Daniel & Kristine Tennant Richard & Jacqueline Thompson Dr. & Mrs. William M. Tierney Tim & Phyllis Todd Mark & Denise Vanderhagen Jeanette Venderly Robert V. Vermillion Nan & Robert Webber Lawrence Weeda Drs. Rick & Annelle Weymuth Larry & Carolyn Woodling AlphaGraphics Thurston Springer Miller Herd & Titak
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MEMORIAL & HONOR GIFTS In memory of Thomas W. Bowers Eloise Bowers In honor of Jan & Bruce Reynolds Greg B. Reynolds
MATCHING GIFT COMPANIES Bank of America Charitable Foundation Duke Energy Foundation Duke Realty Inc. Eli Lilly and Company Foundation GE Foundation RMR Group Salesforce
ENDOWMENT DIRECTED GIFTS Indianapolis Colts
Jim Ackerman Family Ascension St. Vincent Katrina & Frank Basile Beck's Hybrids The Carruthers Family Cheri & Rollie Dick Dick Jean Yorke Memorial Fund, a fund of Central Indiana Community Foundation Pedcor Companies Shiel Sexton Co. Inc.
LEGACY SOCIETY The Legacy Society recognizes and thanks dedicated individuals who are leaving a future legacy to the Center for the Performing Arts. Through their generosity, these individuals have demonstrated their commitment to the future of the Center and the health of the arts community for Central Indiana.
Cheri & Rollie Dick Jeffrey C. McDermott Susan Springirth
BRIDGE CAMPAIGN We hold steadfast that the arts are key to bringing joy, beauty, hope, laughter, education, entertainment and economic development in good times and in more trying times alike. In the midst of the Covid-19 crisis, the Center for the Performing Arts faces unique obstacles, and among those are financial concerns. And yet, our mission continues â€“ perhaps more important than ever, in fact â€“ but through new forms of delivery, media and outreach to the community.
Established to ensure the Center for the Performing Arts continues its mission to Central Indiana in spite of the Covid-19 crisis, these donors gave generously to the Bridge Campaign. And for that, a grateful community says thank you.
BRIDGE CAMPAIGN CABINET Rollie Dick, Founding Board Chair Frank Basile, Past Board Chair Don Gottwald, Past Board Chair Eric Payne, Past Board Chair Melissa Barnes, Immediate-past Board Chair Zak Khan, Current Board Chair
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Steve & Kathy Krusie Mo Merhoff & Paul Reis Jane & Mark Niederberger J. Daniel Philpott Brian G. & Anne Hensley Poindexter Jim & Ginny Purvis Dr. Stephen Shideler Michael L. Smith & Susan L. Smith Family Fund, a fund of Hamilton County Community Foundation David & Victoria Temple Ambassador & Mrs. Randall L. Tobias W. Michael & Sue Wells Jennifer & Lebbeus Woods
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Frank & Katrina Basile Barbara & Mike Branic Randy & Libby Brown Henry Camferdam, Jr. Fund, a fund of Hamilton County Community Foundation Ann & Kenneth Dee Del Demaree Cheri & Rollie Dick Don & Pam Gottwald Douglas & Tammy Haney Cheryl Harmon Nancy S. Heck Kevin Jennings & Tomisue Hilbert Nick & Joni Hrisomalos Zak Khan Young & Stephanie Kim
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P O SS I B L E ! Here are three easy ways to make a secure online donation to the Center or our sister organization, the Great American Songbook Foundation: • Text PALLADIUM to 41444 • Scan the QR code at left • Visit TheCenterPresents.org/Donate
• Text SONGBOOK to 91999 • Scan the QR code at left • Visit TheSongbook.org/Donate
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The Center for the Performing Arts is a 501(c)3 nonprofit educational, arts, and cultural organization. Donations to the Center are tax-deductible and are greatly appreciated.
Board of Directors Michael Feinstein Founder Roger Schmelzer Chair Carolyn E. Anker Immediate Past Chair Karen Kelsey Vice Chair Rollin Dick Treasurer William Hammer Secretary Melissa Stapleton Barnes Libby Brown Gary Carnow Marc Cherry Terrence Flannery Peggy Ford Don Gottwald Stan Hurt Kate Edelman Johnson Riki Kane Larimer Paul Lowden Maria Ferrer Murdock Izabela Ozdemir Troy Payner, M.D. Charles Simons, D.D.S., M.S.D. Michael Strunsky Lynn Weidner Michael Feinstein (Member Emeritus) Irwin Helford (Member Emeritus) Ronald G. Shaw (Member Emeritus)
Thank you to the following individuals and organizations that have contributed to the Great American Songbook Foundation annual fund during the past year. This list reflects gifts received through July 31, 2020. For more information, please contact the Development Office at 317.819.3520.
ANNUAL FUND Diamond Songbook Legacy ($100,000+) City of Carmel Marc Cherry Michael Feinstein & Terrence Flannery William M. Goodwin Sue & Paul Lowden Seedlings Foundation Bren Simon Songbook Society Platinum ($50,000-$99,999) The Music Man Foundation National Endowment for the Arts Gold Songbook Legacy ($25,000-$49,999) Robert & Melody Grand Francine A. LeFrak and the Samuel and Ethel LeFrak Trust Dr. & Mrs. Charles M. Simons Bill & Lynn Weidner Institute of Museum and Library Services Silver Songbook Legacy ($15,000-$24,999) Beineke Memorial Fund, a fund of Central Indiana Community Foundation List continued on next page. 53
Randy & Libby Brown Peggy Ford Stan & Sandy Hurt Allen Whitehill Clowes Charitable Foundation Indiana Arts Commission Central Indiana Senior Fund, a CICF Fund Ruth's Chris Steak House The Ted Snowdon Foundation Bronze Songbook Legacy ($10,000$14,999) Lisa & Paul Andre Mr. and Mrs. Terry W. Anker Gary Carnow Don & Pam Gottwald Karen & Doug Kelsey Riki Kane Larimer Maria Ferrer Murdock Izabela & Ersal Ozdemir Troy Payner & Cara Peggs Roger Schmelzer & Lucinda Phillips Sunny Sessa American Senior Communities Christel DeHaan Family Foundation Ella Fitzgerald Charitable Foundation Ray and Bernice Charles Trust Van Heusen Music Corp. Hollywood Musical ($5,000-$9,999) Diane & John Abrams Philanthropic Fund Melissa & Bradon Barnes Maureen Charles Michael Charles Hal Brody & Don Smith Cheri & Rollie Dick Michael & Margie Draper Bronwen & Marvin Ferguson William & Barb Hammer Jeffrey C. McDermott Jim & Ray Luther-Pfeil Albert B. & Audrey G. Ratner Family Foundation Brian and Kelly Smith Applegate & Dillman Elder Law The Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation Salon 01 54
Broadway Show ($2,500-$4,999) Carla Gordon Pat & John Schuler Dr. Pamela Steed James B. Winner The Edward and Helen Oppenheimer Foundation Cabaret ($1,000-$2,499) Jack Bethards Mrs. Sydney Jeanne Book Helen M. Eby Mr. & Mrs. Mark Fine Marjorie M. Fisher Hargrove Pierce Foundation Sam & Mary Haskell Peggy Lee Associates, LLC Rick & Cindy Leffler Chris & Kelli Lewis Ruth Ann & Bob Loser Ginny Mancini Timothy S. Needler Dr. Michael & Sharon O'Hair Michael Pettry & John Mainella James & Lilah Rabe Alicia Michal Rasmussen Bruce & Jan Reynolds Maryanne Siek Bruce Sloane Jon & Cleo Sonneborn Susan Springirth Sheila M. Stone Saundra & Mark Truett Mitch & Julie Tull Lawrence Weeda Barrie & Margaret Zimmerman Anonymous Big Band ($500-$999) The Di Leo Family Leslee & Wayne Feinstein Marianne Glick & Mike Woods Tom & Priscilla Johnson Marjorie Kimes Thomas Kinney Ron & Linda Maus Dr. Greg & Rose-Ann Mazanek Joe & Lisa Miller The Rains Family, Michael, Kathryn &
Logan Rains Reese Family Foundation for Christ, Inc. Michael Scott The Shelton Family Vivian Serota Jerry & DeAnn Shrewsbury Joel Ulster & Michael Hertzman Robert Zaret Anonymous Tin Pan Alley ($250-$499) Sheryl Anastas Ruth Bank Elbert Bradshaw Sheila Delaney Mr. & Mrs. Hector DesMoine Janice Fitzgerald Roger & Susan Frick Joan & David Golding Mary Kay Graham Linda Hope Karen E. Kennedy Steve & Joni La Schiazza Michele Lee Halle Lipton Lisa Lobdell Jerry & Harriet McDermott Mills Family Fund Todd Neal Robert Pullen & Luke Frazier Hesh Reinfeld John & Madelaine Schiering Family of Gigi Sierra Spirit Music Group Robert & Suellen Swaney Elayne Techentin Hal & Kathy Thurston Chad & Lynn Winston Barbara Wulfe
MATCHING GIFT COMPANIES Apple, Inc. Bank of America Foundation The Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation Eli Lilly and Company Foundation
MEMORIAL & HONOR GIFTS
In honor of Michael Feinstein & Terrence Flannery Leslee & Wayne Feinstein
In honor of Michael Feinstein Albert B. & Audrey G. Ratner Family Foundation In memory of Miss Ella Fitzgerald, the beloved First Lady of Song Ella Fitzgerald Charitable Foundation In honor of Terrence Flannery Hargrove Pierce Foundation In memory of Muriel & Bob Kennedy Karen Kennedy In memory of Mr. & Mrs. Adrian Levy, Jr. and Mr. & Mrs. Adrian Levy, Sr. The Edward and Helen Oppenheimer Foundation In memory of Cloyce Menzie Carla Gordon In memory of John Muldowny Sheila M. Stone In honor of Todd Neal The Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation In honor of Jan Reynolds Bruce Reynolds
LEGACY GIFTS The Legacy Society recognizes and thanks dedicated individuals who are leaving a future legacy to the Great American Songbook Foundation.
The Family of Louis F. Edelman Peggy Ford Jeffrey C. McDermott Janis Paige Susan Springirth
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THANK YOU The Center thanks the following major partners.
These activities made possible in part with support from the Indiana Arts Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.
The digital program book for The Center for the Performing Arts for Fall 2020.