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L.A. COUNTY ARTISTS SHINE A LIGHT ON THE HOLIDAYS THE 62 nd ANNUAL L.A. COUNTY HOLIDAY CELEBRATION The Emmy Award-winning L.A. County Holiday Celebration joyously returns to The Music Center’s Dorothy Chandler Pavilion to celebrate its 62nd anniversary with a free, live in-person holiday spectacular. The annual event features 22 music ensembles, choirs and dance companies from the many neighborhoods and cultures that make up Los Angeles.
APPLICATION PROCESS The performers for the Holiday Celebration are selected via an annual public application process, which opens in April and concludes in August. Interested performing groups complete an application and provide video with their applications. This year, selections were made during an extensive review process by The Music Center. Reviewers endeavored to select participants who reflect the diversity of Los Angeles. Visit holidaycelebration.org to learn more and apply.
Adam Mandela Walden
Amare Girls Band
Celtic Irish Dance Academy
Dembrebrah West African Drum and Dance
Daniel Ho & Hālau Hula Kealiʻi o Nālani
Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles
Jung Im Lee Korean Dance Academy
Leela Youth Dance Company
Lorenzo Johnson & Praizum
Los Angeles Chamber Choir
Mariachi Divas De Cindy Shea
MUSYCA Children’s Choir
Pacifico Dance Company
Palmdale High School Choral Union
Sean Oliu and The Coastline Cowboys
Street Corner Renaissance
The Citrus Singers
The Opera Company at LACHSA
The Spirit Chorale of Los Angeles
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Young Angels Choir and Orchestra
Photos of: Adam Mandela Walden, Amare Girls Band, Celtic Irish Dance Academy, Dembrebrah West African Drum and Dance, Leela Youth Dance Company, Mostly Kosher, Sean Oliu and The Coastline Cowboys, The Opera Company at LACHSA, VOX Femina Los Angeles, Young Angels Choir and Orchestra provided by artist. Photos of: Daniel Ho & Hālau Hula Kealiʻi o Nālani, Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles, Jung Im Lee Korean Dance Academy, Lorenzo Johnson & Praizum, Los Angeles Chamber Choir, Mariachi Divas De Cindy Shea, MUSYCA Children’s Choir, Pacifico Dance Company, Palmdale High School Choral Union, Street Corner Renaissance, The Citrus Singers, The Spirit Chorale of Los Angeles by Timothy Norris.
ABOUT THE CELEBRATION As Los Angeles’ largest multicultural holiday celebration, the 62 nd Annual L.A. County Holiday Celebration is presented by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. An example of the county’s commitment to equity and inclusion, this joyous performance provides Angelenos of all ages an opportunity to come together on December 24 to experience and honor the dynamic, rich cultures of Los Angeles. During the free show, many diverse L.A.-based artists — including community-based and professional choirs, music ensembles and dance companies — showcase their talent, artistry and traditions on the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion Stage. The three-hour production features instrumental music, song and dance performances.
COUNTY S E L E G LOS AN S ERVISOR P U S F O BOARD
Holly J. Mitchell, Chair
SUPERVISOR, SECOND DISTRICT
Sheila Kuehl, Chair Pro Tem SUPERVISOR, THIRD DISTRICT
HISTORY The L.A. County Holiday Celebration was founded in 1959 by the late Kenneth Hahn, who served as supervisor of the Second District of Los Angeles County from 19521992. An advocate for the arts, Supervisor Hahn developed the idea of a free daylong concert along the lines of a neighborhood talent show. When pioneering arts leader Dorothy Buffum Chandler asked Supervisor Hahn to support her plan to build an arts complex in Downtown Los Angeles, Hahn agreed, as long as the performing arts center would open its doors to the public for free every Christmas Eve. While The Music Center was under construction, the holiday show was held at the Los Angeles Sports Arena, and, in ensuing years, in the supervisors’ hearing room. Once The Music Center’s Dorothy Chandler Pavilion opened in 1964, the show was held in the new 3,100 seat auditorium, where it has continued to the delight of audiences of all ages for six decades. Over the years, the supervisors from all five county districts have supported the event. Today, the Board of Supervisors includes the Honorable Hilda L. Solis, First District; the Honorable Holly J. Mitchell Second District, Chair; the Honorable Sheila Kuehl, Third District, Chair Pro Tem; the Honorable Janice Hahn, Fourth District; and the Honorable Kathryn Barger, Fifth District. The show was produced for many years by the Los Angeles County Arts Commission,
now known as the Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture. There are 15 arts commissioners named by the Board of Supervisors. They include: Tim Dang, Helen Hernandez and Leticia Rhi Buckley (First District); Pamela BrightMoon, Eric Hanks, Patrice Cullors (Second District); Madeline Di Nonno, Constance Jolcuvar and Rosalind Wyman (Third District); Darnella Davidson and Eric R. Eisenberg (Fourth District); and Alis Clausen Odenthal, Jennifer Price-Letscher and Liane Weintraub (Fifth District). While more than 6,000 people traditionally attend the Holiday Celebration at The Music Center in person, the show reaches all over Los Angeles County and beyond with a live broadcast on PBS SoCal and online at holidaycelebration.org, pbssocal.org/ holidaycelebration and kcet.org/ holidaycelebration, with an encore broadcast on PBS SoCal at 10 p.m. A rebroadcast of the show will air on KCET on Saturday, December 25 at 6 p.m. The 60 th Annual L.A. County Holiday Celebration was named the winner of a 2020 Los Angeles Emmy® Award for Live Special Events - Programming. The same Emmy-winning team, led by the program’s 26-year producer and director Kenneth Shapiro, developed this year’s program, which is a production of The Music Center and PBS SoCal in association with CDK Productions.
SUPERVISOR, FIRST DISTRICT
SUPERVISOR, FOURTH DISTRICT
SUPERVISOR, FIFTH DISTRICT
SUZANNA GUZMÁN Suzanna Guzmán, mezzo-soprano, is a native of East Los Angeles and one of LA Opera’s original associate artists. She has appeared as a principal soloist with orchestras and opera houses around the world including the Metropolitan Opera, Washington National Opera, Dallas Opera, Opera de Genéve and San Diego Opera, to name a few. In 2019, Guzmán appeared in Ragnar Kjartansson’s epic work Bliss, the 12hour Mozart marathon, as Madame de la Halterre with Opera Del Wests acclaimed Cendrillon, and continues to hold the record for most female principal roles sung by an artist with LA Opera: over 400 performances. An advocate of arts education, Guzmán regularly performs her one-woman show, Don’t Be Afraid; It’s Just Opera! across the United States and is widely recognized for her mentorship to California students. Her acknowledgements include the 2012 Hispanic Scholarship Foundation’s Mentor of the Year Award, the 2012 Spirit of California Award from the State of California’s Latino Legislative Caucus, the 2013 Mexican American Foundation Award for Woman of the Year and the 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Nederlander Organization for her work in the arts and the community. Guzmán serves on the USC Thornton School of Music Board of Councilors, on UCLA’s Design for Sharing board, and received her honorary PhD in Music from Occidental College. She acted as host for the Emmynominated 59th , 60th and 61st annual L.A. County Holiday Celebration as
well as for the KCET television show Open Call, a showcase for Los Angeles’ vibrant arts community. During her tenure as director of community engagement for the L.A. County High School for the Arts, Guzmán helped develop programs that served over 13,000 K-12 students annually, bringing them to their first symphony, ballet and musical theatre performance.
BRIAN WHITE Brian White, back for his fifth year as co-host of the L.A. County Holiday Celebration, is an accomplished television, film actor and producer, most known for his roles on Showtime’s Ray Donovan, NBC’s Taken, NBC’s Chicago Fire and ABC’s Scandal as Kerry Washington’s love interest. White starred in and produced the feature films Howard High, Only for One Night, and 36 Hour Layover. After college, White was signed to the New England Patriots; however, his career was cut short due to injury. He then began a lucrative modeling career and co-founded a professional dance and theatre company, Phunk Phenomenon Urban Dance Theater Company, which uses the art of dance as a catalyst for youth outreach. “Phunk” has visited over 200 schools and has collaborated with MTV, the NBA, the WNBA and more; the company has performed with Britney Spears, TLC, Run DMC and Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. While developing “Phunk,” White seized an opportunity to work on the television show Moesha in Los Angeles. This opportunity kick-started his acting career and allowed him to steadily grow in the entertainment industry.
M PROGRA 3:00 p.m. YOUNG ANGELS CHOIR AND ORCHESTRA Soyun Kim, Director Summer Park, Lina Chang, Daniel Youn, David Lee, Troy Miyazato, Jaime Rhie, Josephine Kim, Rachel Kim, Jeremy Rhee, Elisa Kim, David Choi, Irene Song, Madison Bae, Jisoo Yoo, Ashley Khim, Kaden Hong, Abraham Park, Deborah Park, Hailey Cho, Chloe Cho, Junhyeok Han, Jungwon Han, Juby Lee, Brianna Bae, Faith Kim, Halyn Kim, Rianne Paek, Chloe Park, Euna Shin, Chloe Yeu, Junn Yeu, Claire Yeu, Isabelle Lee, Kai Yeon, Eden Yoon, Hajoon Lee, Yeawon Kim, Taejun Kim, Enoch Lee, Eugene Yi, Daniel Kim, Seoyeong Hwang, Ian Kim, Joseph Kim, Elliot Lee, Brianna Lee, Cecillia Kim, Kayleen Kim, Joyce Kim, Haley Kim, Ashley Park, Hanna Jin, Renee Lee, John Jung, Monica Lee, April Kang, Daniel Noh, Kwanghyun Kim, Ellie Yoo, Reanna Lee, Seo R. Lee WHY WE SING + CHRISTMAS EVE
VOX FEMINA Dr. Iris S. Levine, Founding Artistic Director Pianist: Dr. Louise Thomas Lisa Bell, Catherine Card, Evi Desser, Rhonda Dillon, Alice Dryden, Laurie Fox, Cynthia Glass, Leah Hamilton, Sonia Ohan, Marcela Pan, Rachel Paterno-Mahler, Raeanne Pfeifer, Laura Pluth, Mary Read, Chelsea Richer, Lauren Schellenbach, Merced Stratton, Abbey Thompson S’VIVON Arranged by C. Baker A LA NANITA NANA Arranged by D. Dunsing JINGLE BELLS Arranged by Mark Hayes
DEMBREBRAH WEST AFRICAN DRUM AND DANCE ENSEMBLE
Bayette”Ndella”Davis-Diassy, Choreography Kwesi Williams, Drum Captain Dun Duns: Malik Sow Djembe: Aboubacar Kouyate Djembe: Dramane Kone Djembe: Kwesi Williams Balaphone & Dun Duns: Sinaa Green Dancers: Barron Lightner, Dionne Aminata,
Teresa Smith, Jennifer Knight, Makada Jackson, Amaya Williams, Librecht Baker, Bayette “Ndella” Davis-Diassy TRIBA By Sinaa Green KOREDUGA Arranged by Aboubacar
MUSYCA CHILDREN’S CHOIR Dr. Mikhail Shtangrud, Choir Director Pianist: Dr. Anna Krendel Allie Pokrywka, Ameliya Ayupova, Anabella Lebron, Ani Haladjian, Anna Vaiman, Antonio Herrera, Anya Vaiman, Ashlyn Arthur, Ava Hoshyarsar, Bella Jahrmarkt, Betty Glukhovsky, Calista Suzuki, Cassidy Dalva, Cecily Miles, Chloe Ruelas, Dalia Olshansky, Destiny Tai, Diya Prakash, Dylan Lee, Eliora Olshansky, Emília Brown, Emilie Montoure, Evelyn Leano, Greta Feinstein, Jacqueline Cassidy, Jadon Sand, Jessica Ruelas, Jonas Kim, Joshua Blond, Julia Glukhovsky, Katherine Wiseman, Kieran Joshi, Kira Ciccarello, Lauren Grace Fernandez, Liam Sacrey, Lusineh Summer Nasrollahi, Madelyn Wiseman, Maya Shtangrud, Natalie Shtangrud, Natalie Williams, Nicole Khait, Nolan Sacrey, Olivia Miranda, Penelope Goldin, Peyton Arthur, Renata Trakhtenberg, Samaya Bansal, Sasha Hale, Sean Cassidy, Shant Haladjian, Siri Fisher, Stephany Serrano, Trinity Tai, Wyatt Allen, Yarely Castaneda, Zoe Dawes SEASONS OF LOVE By Jonathan Larson BELIEVE By Alan Silvestri and Glen Ballard
MOSTLY KOSHER Lead Vocals: Leeav Sofer Violin: Janice Mautner Markham Bass: Adam Levy Trombone: Taylor Covey Accordion: Gee Rabe Drums: Adam Alesi Trumpet: Jason Gamer Clarinet: Ben Tevik VITEBSK MARCH By Janice Mautner Markham and Leeav Sofer HANUKKAH OH HANUKKAH By Mordkhe Rivesman Arr. by Leeav Sofer
THE SPIRIT CHORALE OF LOS ANGELES Byron J. Smith, Founder/Director Piano: Byron J. Smith Bass: Ricky Taylor Drums: Daryll Whitlow, Soprano: Celeste Bembry, Victoria Burnett, Karen Kelly, Lakybra White Alto: Kay Bowen, Nancy Justiss, Carol Wooten Tenor: Timothy Davis, Jr., Kirkland Patton, Hurshel Williams, Jr.
Bass: Ralph Pettiford, Michael Smith, Ricky Taylor I MUST TELL JESUS Arranged by Mattile L. Robeson HOPE FOR TOMORROW By Byron J. Smith
AMARE GIRLS BAND Annie Zhou , Founder/Composer Guzheng: Annie Zhou Flutist: Shannon Canchola Violin: Sasha Chandler Pipa: Lei Liu AMARE GIRLS By Annie Zhou TIAN MI MI Indonesian Folk Song; Lyrics by Zhuang Nu
CELTIC IRISH DANCE ACADEMY Maeve Croke, Director Maeve Coughlan, Choreography Soloist: Dr. Tessa Antonia O Regan Aubrey Stagnaro, Kailee Tanaka, Grace Haskin, Maia Krusee Leaver, Colette Feldman, Sinead Kelly THIS CHRISTMAS By Beoga
4:00 p.m. STREET CORNER RENAISSANCE Maurice Kitchen, Founder & Artistic Director 1st Tenor, Baritone, Lead: Maurice Kitchen Baritone, Lead, 2nd Tenor: Anthony “Tony” Snead Lead, 2nd Tenor: Robert Henley III 2nd &1st Tenor, Bass, Lead: Charles “Sonny” Banks Bass, Lead: Torrance Brannon Reese PLEASE COME HOME FOR CHRISTMAS By Charles Brown WE WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS / JOY TO THE WORLD Lead by Robert Henley, III
LOS ANGELES CHAMBER CHOIR Soyoun Kang, Assistant Director Annie Kim, Soloist Soprano: Yuri Bast, Hyeran Chun, Young Joo Lee, Christina Kang, Woo Young Kim, Priscilla Young Kim, Joanne Paik, Stella Wonsun Kim, Lucy Eunkyung Sim, Stella Young Kim, Shannon Eunjae Suh, Jinnsook Oh Alto: Irene Soyoung Lee, Song Cho, Sook Lee, Bonney Joo, Hyon K. Ro, Hyun Jin Kim Tenor: Suk Soo Kim, Jacob Wan Namkoong, Hugo N. Kwon Bass: Chung Uk Lee, John S. Kim, Jinhaeng Lee, Scott S. Oh, Gene Han, Ronald I. Ro GLORY, GLORY, GLORY TO THE NEWBORN KING Additional words and music by Moses Hogan
DANIEL HO & HĀLAU HULA KEALIʻI O NĀLANI Daniel Ho, Director ʻUkulele, Ipu Heke, Vocals: Daniel Ho Choreography, Pahu, Vocals: Kealiʻi Ceballos Cello: Danna Xue Hālau Hula Kealiʻi o Nālani (Dance/Vocals): Kūlia Green, Lika Hirakami, Lalena Knight, Kāleo Knight, Hiʻilei Kyosai, Kēhaulani Matsuura, Kanoelani Morikawa, Kiele Smith, Cheryl Kono Song, Pīkakelani Song, Kamalei Tanaka, Kanani Toji NO NĀ KAMALIʻI By Amy Kuʻuleialoha Stillman and Daniel Ho ALOHA PUMEHANA By Amy Kuʻuleialoha Stillman and Daniel Ho O COME, ALL YE FAITHFUL By John Francis Wade & John Reading
THE OPERA COMPANY AT LACHSA
Suzanna Guzmán, Director Chris Hunter, Director Michael Powers, Music Chair John Lawler, Principal
Pianist: Nina Serova Tenor: Hudson Barone, Randy Damas, Kiernan McCafferty Mezzo: Coco D’angeleo, Natalia Gonzalez, Ruby Monkrieff- Karten, Grace Navarro Soprano: Celia Edwards-Mendez, Margo Kuzina, Ava Broneer, Elyse Cain, Ruby Laks Baritone: Kai Wright, Max Matsu, Archer Isaacson, Eugene Boyd Bass Baritone: Micah Luna CHAPTER THE LAST By by Jonathan Dove A BRIGHT DISTANT STAR By Eric Whitacre
PACIFICO DANCE COMPANY Adriana Gainey, Founder, Artistic Director & Choreography Jesenia Gardea, Daniela Alvarez, Monica Hernandez, Victoria Gómez, Nataly Barba, Raquel Aragón, Samantha Zendejas, Leslie Ortega, Zarene Núñez , Juan Guzmán , Jose Ybanez, Jose Vélez, Nazul Ramírez, Uriel Ramírez, Matthew de León, Ricardo Palomino, Emilio Castellon, Jorge Montes LA MARIQUITA & EL DIABLO FROM FIESTA CALENTANA
PALMDALE HIGH SCHOOL CHAMBER SINGERS AND SUNDAY NIGHT SINGERS Michael McCullough, Director Sopranos: Samantha Acosta, Jeanie Maupin, Elieth Perez, Stephanie Green, Jaclyn Paige, Julissa Ramirez, Victoria Sifuentes .org Altos: Brittany Garcia, lebration holidayce Ashley Martinez,
Heydee Martinez, Gissell Becerra, Roxanna Monge, Keren Moreno, Rina Oldham, Anthony Ray Tenors: Dan Corea, Alan Chavez-Garcia, Christopher Lemus, Marc Johnniel German, Carlos Martinez, Jose Meza Bass: Nicholas Barajas, Joshua Ruano, Lance Azusada, Aaron Fairbanks, Victor Hernandez, Bruce Rivera, Julius Rosario, Morgan Schmidt WHITE CHRISTMAS By Irving Berlin THE TWELVE DAYS OF CHRISTMAS Arranged by Arranged by Molly James GLOUCESTER WASSAIL Arranged by R. Vaughn Williams
SEAN OLIU AND THE COASTLINE COWBOYS
Lead Singer / Guitar: Sean Oliu Bass: Danny Hudson Drums: Ryan Brinkley TWO STEP ‘ROUND THE CHRISTMAS TREE Blake Shelton cover written by Doug Crider & Suzy Bogguss CHRISTMAS IN HEAVEN By Jeremy Johnson & Paul Marino
LEELA YOUTH DANCE COMPANY Choreography: Rina Mehta Anushka Bettigiri, Anvi Joshi, Kaavya Venturupalli, Keiona Nadig, Maanvi Dhadoti, Monishka Tanwani, Praajnya Gowder, Pragya Agarwal, Prisha Patel, Shriya Patel, Shreem Chakravarti, Varnika Bhat MALKAUNS TARANA By Pandit Chitresh Das
LORENZO JOHNSON & PRAIZUM Lorenzo Johnson , Founder / Director
Keyboard: Brandon Forte Bass Guitar: Moses Aubrey Arianna Smalls, Arvivian Lynette King, Melanie Hill, Imani Duhe, Marion Williams, Lisa Carter, Fallon Ward, Ayania Ward-Roberts, Tatyana Coleman, Randy Smalls, Desmond Smalls, Lilyanna Smalls, Tevin Roden WHO COULD IMAGINE A KING By Mervyn Warren & Hallerin Hilton REVELATION 19 By Stephen Hurd
5:00 p.m. ADAM MANDELA WALDEN Cello: Adam Mandela Walden Piano: Jordan Daniels FANTASIA ON GREENSLEEVES By Ralph Vaughan Williams AVE MARIA By Franz Schubert
THE CITRUS SINGERS Doug Austin, Director Arturo Alvarez, Grace Bernard, Emma Castillo (Alto Section Leader), Jaalene DeLeon, Rachel Fisher, Lorenzo Flores, Mario Garcia, Quinn Gearheart (Wardrobe Coordinator), Maren Hamilton, Alexis Herrera, Jillian Hurte (Student Director), Michael Keleshian, Kaelyn Kilpatrick, Andrew Limon (Tenor Section Leader), Berlynn Milliken (Soprano Section Leader), Harmony Nichols, Jack Nisbet, Christian Ontiveros, Emilio Pichardo (Bass Section Leader), Emily Pinkus (Wardrobe Coordinator), Aidan Ramirez, Jacob Rushing, Reagan Slomback, Dylan Smith, Joanna Tan, Micah Tangermann (Transportation Coordinator), Hannah Valenzuela, Hannah Weisman, April Williams (Student Handbell Director), Luis Zano (Wardrobe Coordinator) CHRISTMASTIME THE CHRISTMAS WALTZ By Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne
JUNG IM LEE KOREAN DANCE ACADEMY Jung Im Lee, Artistic Director Yeoiwon Cho, Audrey Thornal, Gina Boa Moon, Hannah Yoo, Suji Hong, Kate Park, Yenah Seo, Irene Kim, Sovvi Kim, Yeseung Cho
GAY MEN’S CHORUS OF LOS ANGELES Lou Spisto, Executive Director & Producer Ernest J Harrison, Conductor Catie O’Donnell, Production Coordinator Joshua Tan, Accompanist Andrew Bender, Ben Tritle, Jon Mauren, Silvio Kersten, Justin Estoque, Lee Stickler, Marcus Connaghan, Richard Shive, Terry Takeda, Tim Reynolds, Tom Hietter, Albert Epstein, Bob Sieber, Edward Salm, Donald Giddings, Jadrian Johnson, Kirk C. Tellier, Thomas Franklin, Glenn A. Miller, Lucio Maramba, Steve McCleave, John Dennehy, Paul Miller, Daryl H. Miller, Michael Edmiston, Endy Zhou, Mc Mellan Legaspi HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS By Robert Allen & Al Stillman BOOGIE WOOGIE HANUKKAH
MARIACHI DIVAS DE CINDY SHEA Cindy Shea, Director / Bandleader MISS YOU MOST / ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS YOU By Mariah Carey SILENT NIGHT / NOCHE DE PAZ By Franz Xaver Gruber & Joseph Mohr * Program times and artists are subject to change.
62ND ANNUAL L.A. COUNTY HOLIDAY CELEBRATION PBS SOCAL FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24 3:00 P.M. – 6:00 P.M. (LIVE) FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24 10:00 P.M. – 1:00 A.M. KCET SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25 6:00 P.M. – 9:00 P.M. STREAMING LIVE ON PBSSOCAL.ORG, KCET.ORG & HOLIDAYCELEBRATION.ORG Interested in performing in the 62nd annual L.A. County Holiday Celebration on December 24, 2022, or know a group or artist who might like to perform? Opportunities are available for anyone who lives in Los Angeles County. Applications will be available in April 2022. Visit holidaycelebration.org in the spring for more details.
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HOWARD SHERMAN Executive Vice President Chief Operating Officer WILLIAM TAYLOR Chief Financial Officer JOSEPHINE RAMIREZ Executive Vice President, TMC Arts
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VALENTINE GELMAN Senior Vice President, Advancement BONNIE GOODMAN Senior Vice President, Marketing and Communications
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS HOLLY J. MITCHELL, CHAIR SUPERVISOR, SECOND DISTRICT SHEILA KUEHL, CHAIR PRO TEM SUPERVISOR, THIRD DISTRICT HILDA L. SOLIS SUPERVISOR, FIRST DISTRICT JANICE HAHN SUPERVISOR, FOURTH DISTRICT KATHRYN BARGER SUPERVISOR, FIFTH DISTRICT LOS ANGELES COUNTY FESIA DAVENPORT Chief Executive Officer AMERICAN FEDERATION OF TELEVISION AND RADIO ARTISTS
DUNCAN CRABTREE-IRELAND National Executive Director, SAG-AFTRA BETH MILLMAN Executive Director, Entertainment Contracts, SAG-AFTRA STEVEN MEICKE Senior Director, Entertainment Contracts, SAG-AFTRA LISA KYLE Senior Signatory Business Representative, Entertainment Contracts, SAG-AFTRA AMERICAN FEDERATION OF MUSICIANS STEPHANIE O’KEEFE President, AFM Local 47 DIANE LAUERMAN Assistant to the President Business Representative MPTF Administrator, AFM-Local 47 ROBERT PAGNOTTA Business Representative — Theatre Local 33 INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE OF THEATRICAL AND TV STAGE EMPLOYEES
MING NG Co-Executive Producer NICK SCHWARTZ-HALL Co-Executive Producer LETICIA RHI BUCKLEY Senior Civic Strategist PATRICK TRAYLOR Associate Producer/ Production Manager LILY ALIA General Manager JASIRA WOODS Senior Coordinator Anne-Marie Acosta, Lisa Quang, Maya Gutierrez, Midori King, Artie Peralez, Brian Foreman, Island Gutierrez TMC Production Assistants CAROLYN VAN BRUNT Vice President, Guest Services, & ADA Coordinator CHERYL BROWN Vice President, Advancement LISA DUCORE Assistant Vice President, Marketing & Brand Communications MELISSA TAN Assistant Vice President, Ticketing & Marketing Strategy GLENN ROBINSON Marketing Manager STEPHANIE KAO Manager, Web Content & Digital Analytics MARIELLE SHROCK Marketing Specialist DANIELLE BLISS Marketing Coordinator JASON CLARK
Director, Production TIM CONROY Head Carpenter ROBERT DEVIS House Manager
BEDROS OHANIAN Director of Security and Life Safety SCOTT POLLACK Captain, Security TODD REYNOLDS Head Audio LEE SMILEK Head Wardrobe SHARON STEWART Director, Scheduling & Events LILIANA GONZALEZ, ISMAEL TENORIO Events Operations Managers BEN MASTERS COVID Compliance officer CONSULTANTS FULGENT GENETICS, GENBODY AMERICA COVID Testing Partners WILL YANG Photography & Videography KEITH & CO. DOWN THE STREET DESIGNS Logo Design & Animation Thanks to Performances Magazine for its support of the L.A. County Holiday Celebration.
CDK PRODUCTIONS KENNETH SHAPIRO Executive Producer/Director DEREK BROWELL Line Producer LETICIA LEON Production Designer SIMON MILES Lighting Designer JOHN MARTINEZ Screens Producer KRIS SHEETS Coordinating Producer JILL DOVE Associate Director DENNIS MEYER Production Manager VALL PEREIRA Graphic Design JONATHAN MARKS, MURRAY SEIGEL, DANI FARRELY, STEVE HOLLANDER, DANI FARRELY Stage Managers VICTORIA ZIKA Production Supervisor RACHEL STEINMAN, MARY VALENTE Script Supervisors MADISON PRICE Art Director
KRIS CLAVER Production Coordinator SHIRAN STOTLAND Technical Director ISH GARCIA Audio Director GREG KESLAKE House Mixer PETE KUDAS Monitor Mixer PETER BAIRD Booth A2 DANNY CRUZ, MARTIN CRUZ, KIRK DONOVAN, MIKE STEELE Audio Assistants CHRIS GRAY Video Control DAVID CARLINE, ALEX HERNANDEZ, ED HORTON, ANDREW JANSEN, SCOTT KAYE, STEVE MARTYNIUK, ALLEN MERRIWEATHER, JOHN PERRY, STEVE THIEL, DAMIEN TUFFEREAU, DANNY WEBB Camera Operators MITCH BRYAN EVS Playback HARLAN MOEN Video Recordist CHRISTINE BURTMAN Electronic Graphics BOB MAGEE LED Technician ZAC CROMWELL Lighting Director/Programmer MATT COTTER, ADRIAN DICKEY Media Programmers DAN MOORE PRG Lighting Technician MIKE BUSHNER Head Utility BYRON BLADES, BILL GRENIER DUSTIN STEPHENS, KEVIN TOLKAN MATT TRUJILLO Camera Utilities BRIAN JACQUEMIN, GEORGE VALENZUALA Jib Techs JUAN GULLARDO, THOMAS RYDEN Communications DEJAN MILOVANOVIC, HUGH HEALEY, LAURA JESSEN Technical Supervisors ALLISON IRETE Backtimer JOHN COX, SEAN WHELAN, STEVE EMERSON Teleprompter BOOEY KOBER Editor TRACY RICHARDS Make-Up/Hair BRYCE THOMAS, MOLLI NELSON, ELENI SKARPATHIOTIS Production Assistants
HOLLY NEWELL Talent Manager