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Written and Directed by Preston Lane Scenic & Projections Design by Nicholas Hussong

Costume Design by Deborah Bell

Lighting Design by Laura J. Eckelman

Sound Design by Elisheba Ittoop

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Casting by Cindi Rush Casting

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(in alphabetical order) Quadell McCullom ............................................................... Josh C. Anderson Alex Lancaster ........................................................................ Aidan Armstrong Addie Hargrave/Cora .............................................................. Aundria Brown Emmalin Barriteau .................................................................. Neila K. Ettienne Felton Links ............................................................. Carroll Michael Johnson Beverly Powers ................................................................................ Jannie Jones Sterling Lancaster .................................................................................. Colin Key Sharon Harmon ............................................................................. Lisa Kitchens Dr. Mildred Grant ................................................................... Christine Morris Calinda Witt ....................................................................................... Sarah Palm Meadow Walters .................................................................. Claire Richardson Lynzie Hewitt ..................................................................................... Josie Smith Eleanor Blessing ................................................................... Cinny Strickland Kaelyn Saddler ....................................................................... Bryanna E. Vinge Carl Pickler ................................................................................... Zachary Vinge


The action takes place in and around Hawboro, NC. The time is now and the theatrical past.

This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents are the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events, locales, or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.


Josh C. Anderson◊ (Quadell McCullom) a native of Niagara Falls, NY, is currently attending UNCG to acquire his BFA in Acting and Minor in Musical Theatre. He has played “Gaston” in Beauty and the Beast, “Hero” in Father Comes Home From the Wars: Part Two, and “Pozzo” in an abridged adaptation of Waiting For Godot. In his spare time, he enjoys snowboarding, swimming, hiking, and biking. He also has a passion for aesthetics, constantly visiting art museums and looking up at the stars. Aidan Armstrong (Alex Lancaster) Triad Stage: “Beggar/Youngest Scrooge/Ignorance” in A Christmas Carol (2016), “Edward Cratchit/Boy on the Street” in A Christmas Carol (2015), “Sonny” in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, “John Henry” in The Member of the Wedding. Regional: “Ensemble” in Beauty and the Beast, Jr.; “Ensemble” in Aladdin, Jr. Aidan is in 5th grade at Blessed Sacrament School. He loves Hamilton, all things Marvel and DC, and the color pink. Aundria Brown* (Addie Hargrave/Cora) Triad Stage debut. OffBroadway: The Lost (New York Theater Workshop). Regional: Crumbs from the Table of Joy (Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse). Regional: CRH (The Kraine Theater); Aint No’ Mo (The Cell); Mary/Stuart (BAM); What I Tell You in the Dark (National Black Theater Of Harlem). Film/TV: Man in the High Castle: Resistance Radio. Education: University of North Carolina School of the Arts. Neila K. Ettienne◊ (Emmalin Barriteau) Triad Stage debut. Regional: The Bayside Story (original play by Christopher DeRiggs, Grenada 2016); Uncle (original play by Richardo Keens Douglas, Grenada & Canada 2015); No Money, No Love (original play by Francis Urias Peters, Grenada 2015, UK- 2017). Local: A Year with Frog and Toad, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, The Triumph of Love, My Fair Lady. Educational: Caroline, or Change (UNCG). Education: MFA Acting Candidate, UNCG; BA Performance, Cameron University. Carroll Michael Johnson* (Felton Links) Triad Stage: Common Enemy, Tennessee Playboy, Beautiful Star, A Lesson Before Dying, The Rainmaker, North Star. Local: Dearly Beloved, Moon Over The Brewery, American Buffalo, True West, A Poster of the Cosmos, Dearly Departed, The Magic City (Broach Theatre). Film/Television: American Animals, The Jury (pilot), Ozark. Education: MFA, UNCG. Other: Adjunct professor in the Department of Performing Arts at Elon University. Jannie Jones* (Beverly Powers) was most recently seen in A Night with Janis Joplin at Capital Repertory and The Barter Theatre. Also in The Black Stars of the Great White Way at the National Black Theatre Festival. Broadway/First National Broadway Tours/Off Broadway: The Full Monty; All Shook Up; Mama I Want to Sing; Faith Journey. She won an AUDELCO Award for August Wilson’s Women as “Rose” in Fences and a 8

Bay Area Theatre Critics Award as “Pearl” in Black Pearl Sings. Jannie has performed in two one-woman shows: My Castle’s Rockin’ and Ethel Waters: His Eye is on the Sparrow, written by Larry Parr & premiering at Florida Studio Theatre. She can be heard on Barry White’s Practice What You Preach and has performed in Carnegie Hall. Colin Key*◊ (Sterling Lancaster) is an MFA acting candidate at the University of North Carolina Greensboro. Triad Stage debut. Off Broadway: Luke Nicholas (NY Fringe); Crossing Borders (NY Estrogenius). Regional: Appointment with a High Wire Lady (The Schoolhouse Theater); The Nerd, Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, The Rainmaker, Wait Until Dark, Sweet Charity (Twin City Stage). Educational: Caroline, or Change (UNCG). National commercial and promo voice artist, spokesman, and filmmaker. Colin appears courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association. Lisa Kitchens* (Sharon Harmon) Triad Stage: Radiunt Abundunt. Off Broadway: Everything You Touch (Rattlestick Playwrights Theater/ The Cherry Lane). Regional: Napoli!, Major Barbara, A Christmas Carol (American Conservatory Theater); Henry IV, Part II; Man in the Iron Mask (Shakespeare Santa Cruz); The House of Bernarda Alba (Moscow Art Theater). New York: The Bellagio Fountain Has Been Known to Make Me Cry (Concrete Temple/HERE Arts Center); Raft (59E59/Edinburgh International Fringe Festival); Angel Food Cake (Strange Sun Theatre/The Clemente Center). Education: MFA, The American Conservatory Theater; BFA, The University of Evansville. Christine Morris*◊ (Dr. Mildred Grant) Triad Stage: “Silda Grauman” in Other Desert Cities, “Marthy Owen” in Anna Christie, “Taw Avery” in New Music: Better Days, “Cordie Grindstaff ” in Providence Gap, “Mme. Pernelle” in Tartuffe, multiple roles in Bloody Blackbeard, “Sister Aloysius” in Doubt (Appalachian Summer Festival). New York: New York Shakespeare Festival; The Public Theatre; The Actors Studio. Regional: Asolo Theatre; Playmakers Rep; Archipelago Theatre; Manbites Dog; Profile Theatre (Portland, OR); The Tennessee Williams Center (Sewanee). Originated role of “The Woman” in Romulus Linney’s one-woman play Silver River, performed variously around the US including at the Horton Foote Festival of American Playwrights in Texas. Film: Elephant Sighs. Resident vocal coach for Triad Stage; UNCG theatre faculty. Memberships: Actors’ Equity Association (since 1983); SAG-AFTRA; Voice and Speech Trainers Association (VASTA). Sarah Palm◊ (Calinda Witt) Triad Stage debut. Sarah is a Minnesota native with a BFA in Theatre Performance from North Dakota State University and a BA in Film Production from Minnesota State University – Moorhead. She is currently an MFA acting candidate at the University of North Carolina Greensboro. Sarah has appeared in such roles as “Beth” in Little Women, “Jennie Mae” in The Diviners, and “Annie Sullivan” in The Miracle Worker, as well as multiple roles in independent films.


Claire Richardson◊ (Meadow Walters) Triad Stage debut. Regional: Boeing-Boeing, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Rocky Horror Show (Warehouse Theatre). Education: MFA Candidate, UNCG; BA Production Studies -Theatre, Clemson University.

Josie Smith◊ (Lynzie Hewitt) Triad Stage debut. Off Off Broadway: Women for Women (Here Arts Center); O’Neil Sing (The Players Club); All the Usual Ways (Brick Theatre). Regional: The Lost Colony (Waterside Theatre); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Elizabethan Gardens); Long Tobacco Road (BTI Center). Local: Reckless (UNCG). Film/TV: Janie Charismanic (Silent River Film Festival - Best Actress Award); I Hate Tom Petty; Fighting; The Day; Legends & Lies: Season 3. Education: MFA Candidate, UNCG; BFA, East Carolina University; Graduate of The William Esper Studio, NYC. Cinny Strickland* (Eleanor Blessing) Triad Stage: Common Enemy, Snow Queen (2013-2014), All’s Well that Ends Well, Steel Magnolias, Providence Gap, Beautiful Star (2006-2009, 2015-2016). Other NC Credits: Paper Lantern Theatre Company, North Carolina Shakespeare Festival, Charlotte Repertory Theatre, Blowing Rock Stage Company, The Actors’ Ensemble, The Broach Theatre, Wilmington’s Dog Eat Dog Theatre. Regional: Arkansas Repertory Theatre, Monomoy Theatre, Bristol Riverside Theatre. Education: BFA-Drama, UNCSA; AB-Political Science, Princeton University. Other: guest artist, UNCSA School of Music; guest artist, Princeton University’s Theatre Intime; guest artist, Reynolda House Museum of American Art. Bryanna E. Vinge◊ (Kaelyn Saddler) Triad Stage debut. Regional: The Jungle Book (Old Log Theatre – Excelsior, MN); boom. (Agile Rabbit Theatre Company – Minneapolis, MN); Night Watch, Chicago, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (Northfield Arts Guild – Northfield, MN); Eleemosynary, The Christmas Schooner, Of Mice and Men (Merlin Players – Owatonna, MN). Educational: Pinky and Blue (UNCG); Known But to God, The Women of Lockerbie, Picasso at the Lapin Agile, Almost Maine, These Shining Lives (Normandale College). Education: AFA Theatre Performance, Normandale College; MFA Candidate, UNCG. Zachary Vinge◊ (Carl Pickler) Triad Stage debut. Regional: Charlotte’s Web, Cinderella, The Jungle Book (Old Log Theatre – Excelsior, MN); Wait Until Dark (Daleko Arts – New Prague, MN); PVT. Wars (Duluth Playhouse – Duluth, MN). Educational: Reckless (UNCG); Comedy of Errors, Picasso at the Lapine Agile, These Shining Lives (Normandale College). Education: AFA Theatre Performance, Normandale College; BA Theatre, Metropolitan State University; MFA Candidate, UNCG.


Preston Lane◊∞ (Playwright/Director/Triad Stage Founding Artistic Director) is in his 16th season at Triad Stage where he has directed over 50 productions. Preston was a 2014 finalist for the SDC Zelda Fichandler Award, a recipient of an NC Arts Council Playwright Fellowship and the Betty Cone Medal of the Arts. Other productions include the US premiere of Inexpressible Island (Dallas Observer Best of Dallas Awards: Best Director, Best Production) and The Night of the Iguana (Dallas Morning News: 2002 Top Ten Theatre List). As a playwright, Preston’s plays and adaptations have been produced at Triad Stage and other theaters and universities. His work with musician Laurelyn Dossett includes Brother Wolf, Beautiful Star, Bloody Blackbeard, Providence Gap, Snow Queen and Radiunt Abundunt. Preston has taught at UNCG, where he was a 2016 Artist in Residence, and also at NC A&T, UNCSA, Greensboro College, SMU, and the Professional Actors Workshop at the Dallas Theater Center. He is an alumnus of the Drama League of New York’s Director’s Project. A native of Boone, NC, Preston received his BFA from UNCSA and his MFA from the Yale School of Drama. Nicholas Hussong§ (Scenic & Projections Designer) Nicholas previously served as Artistic Associate of Design at Triad Stage, where some design credits include Radiunt Abundunt, Common Enemy, Underneath the Lintel, A Christmas Carol (2010-2016), The Mountaintop, The Sunset Limited, The Glass Menagerie, Providence Gap and The America Play. Off- Broadway: White Guy on the Bus (59E59), Skeleton Crew (Atlantic), These Paper Bullets! (Drama Desk Nomination- Atlantic). Some of Nicholas’ work has been seen at the Delaware Theatre Company, Lantern Theatre Company, Alley Theatre, St. Louis Rep, Berkshires Theatre Group, Arden Theatre, Geffen Playhouse, Yale Rep, Cantana Profana, Nashville Symphony, Hartford Symphony, LaMaMa, Barrow Street Theatre, PlayMakers Repertory Company, Joe’s Pub, Ars Nova, Heartbeat Opera, Yale Opera, and the Yale Summer Cabaret. Other credits include ANTIGONICK (Toronto), promotional material for Eperanza Spaulding USA/Euro Tour 2016, Screens and Animation Department for the 2016 Tony Awards (CBS), member of New Neighborhood., Deborah Bell◊ (Costume Designer) Triad Stage: Beautiful Star (2015-2016), Brother Wolf, Tennessee Playboy, Doubt, North Star, Proof, A Lesson Before Dying, The Caretaker. Regional: Damn Yankees, The Gondoliers, H.M.S. Pinafore, Rags (Seaside Music Theatre); Cannery Row, Children of Eden (The Western Stage); As You Like It (Colorado Shakespeare Festival). UNCG: Twelfth Night, Romeo & Juliet, L’Enfant et les sortilèges, Death and The King’s Horsemen, Lakmé. Other: Author of Mask Makers and Their Craft (2010-reprinted 2014) and editor of Masquerade: Essays on Tradition and Innovation Worldwide (2015) with McFarland & Company where it has been listed as one of their best-selling books in the Pop Culture category. She has exhibited design work at the Prague Quadrennial.


Laura J. Eckelman (Lighting Designer) Triad Stage: Abundance, Snow Queen (2013-2014). New York: Hypocrites & Strippers (NYUTF); Crave, Somewhere in the Pacific, Scenes from an Execution (PTP NYC). Regional: Girl in the Red Corner (The Welders); CARRIE the Musical (Studio Theatre); Atomic Family Cabaret, Bitter Homes and Gardens (Bearded Ladies); Romeo and Juliet, Bossa Nova (Yale Rep); Animals Out of Paper (Perseverance). Academic: Arcadia (University of the Incarnate Word); Into the Woods, Four Dead in Ohio: Antigone at Kent State (Connecticut College); An Opera Double Bill (Bard Vocal Arts). Other: Assistant Professor of Theatre & Dance at Washington College; Associate Lighting Designer for Asphalt Orchestra’s Unpack the Elephant tour; 2012 S&R Washington Award winner. Education: MFA, Yale School of Drama; BA, Middlebury College.  Elisheba Ittoop§ (Sound Designer) Triad Stage: Abundance. Off-Broadway: And I And Silence (Signature Theatre); The Architecture of Becoming, Stuffed (Women’s Project); Washeteria, Duat (Soho Rep). Regional: Elephant and Piggie, American Scrapbook, Teddy Roosevelt and the Ghostly Mistletoe, Mermaids Monsters… (Kennedy Center); Love in Afghanistan, Our War (Arena Stage); Chapatti (Cincinnati Playhouse); Yentl, The Mountaintop (Cleveland Playhouse); Barefoot in the Park (Trinity Repertory Theatre); Driving Miss Daisy (Ford’s Theatre); Beneatha’s Place, Clybourne Park (Centerstage); We Are Proud to Present, You for Me for You, Mr. Burns (Woolly Mammoth). Training: NYU; North Carolina School of the Arts. Laurelyn Dossett (Music Coach) has partnered with Preston Lane on six plays featuring regional folklore and original music: Brother Wolf, Beautiful Star: An Appalachian Nativity, Bloody Blackbeard, Providence Gap, Snow Queen and Radiunt Abundunt. Commissioned by the NC Symphony, she composed and performed “The Gathering: A Winter’s Tale in Six Songs” in 2011. A song from Brother Wolf, “Anna Lee,” was featured on Levon Helm’s Grammy-winning record Dirt Farmer; her song “Leaving Eden” is the title track of the Grammy-nominated recording by the Carolina Chocolate Drops. She has received the Betty Cone Medal of Arts and the NC Arts Council Fellowship for songwriting. She lives in Greensboro, NC. Denise Gabriel◊ (Resident Movement Coach) Triad Stage since 2009 where she has been movement coach on numerous productions including Don Juan, Radiunt Abundunt, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Snow Queen, and The Glass Menagerie. In 2015 she joined Living Pictures, UK as an Artistic Associate. Co-producing credits in Triad Stage’s UpStage Cabaret include: Diary of a Madman (Robert Bowman, Living Pictures UK) and Desire Under the Elms (Abrahamse-Meyer Theatre Company and Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theatre Festival) Other credits include: Resident Movement Director at Alabama Shakespeare Festival (over 30 productions); Midsummer Night’s Dream and Comedy of Errors (Old Globe Theatre); Alchemy of Desire/Deadman’s Blues and King Lear (Cincinnati Playhouse); Romeo and Juliet, The Three Sisters and Nora (Clarence Brown Theatre); Ascension Day (Working Theatre NY). International: Shanghai Theatre, Schloss Leopoldskron Salzburg Austria, 12

and Artscape Theatre Center and Dance for All (Cape Town South Africa). Denise is an Associate Professor at UNCG, a founding board member of American Theatre for Movement Educators, and Associate Member of Stage Directors and Choreographers Society. Kamilah Bush (Dramaturg & Artistic Apprentice) is a graduate of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro where she earned a BFA in Theatre Education. This is her first season with Triad Stage. She grew up in Gastonia, NC and there she fostered her love for theatre. A Kennedy Center College Theatre Festival award-winning playwright, her play Concession was featured in the first annual Ruby Slipper Fringe Festival in Winston-Salem and her play What. was recently produced at Bennett College. Cindi Rush (Casting Director) New York: Silence! The Musical, My Mother’s Jewish Lesbian Wiccan Wedding (NYMF Winner 2010), Jay Alan Zimmerman’s Incredibly Deaf Musical, Bonnie and Clyde, Rooms, Jacques Brel, Six Dance Lessons, The Thing About Men, Urinetown, The Hurricane Katrina Comedy Festival. Regional: Penguin Rep, Triad Stage, Act II Playhouse, Arena Stage, Goodman, Humanafest. Film: Ghoul, The Woman (Top 9 Sundance 2011), In the Family, Offspring, Jack Ketchum’s The Girl Next Door, Headspace. Tours: “Barney”, “Curious George”, “Kidz Bop.” Emily J. Mails* (Stage Manager) Triad Stage: The Price, Arms and the Man, Don Juan, Radiunt Abundunt, Beautiful Star: An Appalachian Nativity (2015-2016), Deathtrap, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Common Enemy, Crimes of the Heart, Dirty Blonde, The Member of the Wedding, The 39 Steps, All’s Well that Ends Well, Pump Boys and Dinettes, Anna Christie, Snow Queen (2013, 2014),The Mountaintop, Wait Until Dark, Tennessee Playboy, My Fair Lady, Kingdom of Earth, A Christmas Carol (2012), Shipwrecked!, Trouble in Mind, The Illusion, Ain’t Misbehavin’, The Mystery of Irma Vep (2011). Regional: A Thousand Cranes (North Carolina Shakespeare Festival); Rigoletto (Greensboro Opera); Crime and Punishment, Merry Wives of Windsor, Into the Woods (Orlando Shakespeare Festival). Education: BFA in Technical Production, UNCG.

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Richard Whittington (Triad Stage Founding Managing Director) has has served as Managing Director of Triad Stage since its inception. Rich earned an MFA in Theatre Management from the Yale School of Drama and has a BFA in Acting and Directing from Marymount Manhattan College. Rich served for nine years on the board of the NC Arts Council, where he participated as a member of the Executive Committee. He has previously served on the boards of ArtsNC and Downtown Greensboro, Inc. and has served on numerous grant panels throughout the state as well as for the Florida Division of Cultural Affairs and the National Endowment for the Arts. Rich has taught Theatre Management at Greensboro College and NC A&T University and has guest lectured at UNC Chapel Hill, UNC School of the Arts, Wake Forest University and UNCG. A native of Dallas, Texas, Rich served as Artistic Administrator for the Dallas Theater Center and Associate Producer of Dallas’ The Big D Festival of the Unexpected. Experience also includes work at the Roundabout Theatre in New York and StageWest in Springfield, Massachusetts. In 2010, Preston and Rich were honored with Downtown Greensboro, Inc.’s J. Edward Kitchen Leadership Award. In 2013, they received the Adelaide F. Holderness/H. Michael Weaver Award from UNCG for distinguished public service. Rich was a 2016 Artist in Residence at UNCG. * Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States ◊ Faculty Member or student at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro Theatre Department. §Member of USA (United Scenic Artists) ∞Member of SDC (Stage Directors and Choreographers)


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Triad Stage began as a dream... Co-founders Preston Lane and Richard Whittington forged their artistic partnership as graduate students at the Yale School of Drama. After managing a theater in Connecticut for two years, they undertook the three-year task of opening their own theater in the heart of historic Greensboro. In September 1999, Triad Stage purchased the former Montgomery Ward building, which had been built in 1936 and sat vacant for almost 40 years. Renovations transformed the five-story building into a world-class theater center now called The Pyrle Theater, complete with a 300-seat theater and thrust stage, rehearsal hall, offices, two spacious lobbies and other audience amenities. Photo courtesy of Greensboro Historical Museum

The Grand Opening took place in January 2002 with Tennessee Williams’ modern classic Suddenly Last Summer.

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Food and beverages purchased at the lobby bar are allowed inside the theater, but we ask that you are respectful of your fellow audience members and enjoy them quietly.

Smoking is strictly prohibited throughout the building.

Latecomers are seated at the discretion of the House Manager.

Personal electronic devices, including cellular phones, must be turned off prior to the performance.

Listening assistance devices are available at the Box Office.

Photographing or sound recording of the performance is expressly prohibited by law. So, no cameras or recorders, please. Your cooperation is appreciated.

For the enjoyment of all audience members, every attendee must have a ticket and sit in his or her own seat (no “babes in arms” or children in laps).

Thank you for respecting all Triad Stage facilities. If you have any questions, please ask the bartender, House Manager or a Box Office Associate for clarification.

Triad Stage is very proud of the name of our theater building — The Pyrle Theater — made possible by a generous donation by Tobee and Leonard Kaplan in honor of Tobee’s mother, Pyrle Gibson.

Pyrle Gibson (1909-2000) was a

woman with a great sense of humor, who found goodness in all people and beauty in the world around her. Her family always came first in her life and with them she shared her love of theater, music and the thrill of sports. The theater is named for her in loving memory by the children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren of the Kaplan family with whom she shared her love, wisdom and joy of life. 36

Core Values

Triad Stage is guided by core values that inspire all aspects of our operations. These core values are a daily reminder to our entire company of why and how we produce theater for our community.


We strive for bold, daring excellence in all of our endeavors as we seek to create professional theater with regional and national impact.

Artistic Risk

Striving to constantly challenge ourselves, we reserve the right to take artistic risks and make mistakes.


Triad Stage delights in the imaginative process. We uphold freedom of expression as indispensable to the power of imagination.


As individuals are united in their shared experience of the theatrical event, strangers become friends, common ground is discovered, and dialogue begins. In imagining the lives of others, our capacity for empathy is strengthened.


Theater is a valuable part of a lifetime of learning. Our work and the dialogue it creates should spark curiosity and inspire creative ways of thinking for our artists, staff and audience.


Our community’s varied diversity must not only reflect itself in Triad Stage’s casting and staffing, but also in the selection of the stories we choose to tell.


We celebrate and encourage an artistic process rooted in collaboration. We seek to mirror this process in all aspects of our operations and actively seek partnerships with other organizations to benefit the well-being of our communities.


We are committed to revitalizing our historic downtowns by greatly enhancing the cultural life of the Piedmont Triad through entertainment and by providing an economic impact benefiting other area businesses.

A Southern Voice

By placing the best of Southern writing in juxtaposition with classic and contemporary world drama, we foster a unique Southern voice, allowing our audience the pride of saying, “This theater is ours.”

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We seek to play a leading role in the North Carolina arts community. We actively work to create an artistic home for artists with North Carolina connections and to provide a bridge to the profession for emerging artists. 37




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Annual Campaign Contributors Please consider joining the following individuals, corporations, and foundations who have contributed generously to Triad Stage’s 2016 Annual Campaign. Annual Campaign contributors as of March 13, 2017 *Donors who have renewed commitments to 2017

PRODUCERS CIRCLE ($10,000+) The Arts Council of WinstonSalem & Forsyth County ArtsGreensboro Suzanne & Bud Baker* Bluezoom BNC Bank The Carroll Companies* Vanessa & Roy Carroll* The Cemala Foundation Clem & Hayes Clement The Honorable Aldona Wos & Mr. Louis DeJoy* Cynthia & William Graham* City of Greensboro James G. Hanes Memorial Fund* John W. and Anna H. Hanes Foundation* Hanesbrands* The Hillsdale Fund Maureen & Bob Ihrie Kyle Jackson, MD Kathy Manning & Randall Kaplan Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, LLC Lincoln Financial Group* Mercedes Benz of Winston-Salem Michel Family Foundation* North Carolina Arts Council Shubert Foundation Linda & Tom Sloan Pam & David Sprinkle Ken Steele Betty & Bob Strickland* Tannenbaum-Sternberger Foundation The Toleo Foundation VF Corporation* Susan & Eric Wiseman Zuraw Financial Advisors

CENTER STAGE ($5,000–$9,999) Anonymous* Arbor Acres Methodist Retirement Community Lindsey & Frank Auman Bernard Robinson & Company Joseph M. Bryan, Jr. Rob DaVanzo Ginger & Haynes Griffin J.A. King Barbara Kretzer* Kathryn & Bobby Long Piedmont Natural Gas River Landing at Sandy Ridge Roberts Family Foundation Sylvia & Norman Samet Martha & Harrison Turner Lydia & Keith Vaughan Ward Black Law Well*Spring FRONT ROW ($2,500–$4,999) Kate R. Barrett Mary Katherine & Durant Bell Brandon Bensley Louise & Jim Brady Wendy & Mike Brenner Jeb Brooks Linda & Jim Carlisle* Joann & Bill Cassell Rebecca & Rick Craig Anna Reilly & Matt Cullinan Jean & Ralph Davison* First Tennessee Bank* Frank L. Blum Construction Company Christine & Chris Hobson* Laura & Alan Irvin Shelby & Ernest Lane Carol & Seymour Levin Sue & Neil Lutins Cathleen & Ray McKinney* Donna & Robert Newton Mindy & Chad Oakley 41

Julie Olin Paul Green Foundation Fund of Triangle Community Foundation Margaret & Brad Penn* Pennybyrn at Maryfield Debby L. Reynolds Ron Johnson & Bill Roane Dabney & Walker Sanders* Holly Chambers & Richard Steedle Willie Taylor* Ruthie & Alan Tutterow* Jane & Jonathan Ward STAGE HAND ($1,000–$2,499) Anonymous Action Greensboro* American Premium Beverage Alice & Russ Anderson* James M. Torrey & Ellen P. Ashley Phil Barrineau Betty & Dennis Barry* Jackie & Steve Bell Marianne & Jim Bennett Robert D. Benson Sylvia & Michael Berkelhammer Joanne Bluethenthal Joseph M. Brantley, III Lynn & Scott Brogan Paula Stober & Bill Bucklen Lisa & Willie Bullock Carol & Jeff Burgess Janis & Marc Bush Dorothy Wilson Chappell The Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro Lynda Brown Clifford in honor of Bryan Conger Sally & Alan Cone Pat & Pete Cross Candace & Roger Cummings Barbara & Michael Curry

Carol & David DeVries Susie & Rasmus Fenger Danny & Kim Gatling Sheila & David Groves Rusty & Van Gunter Kelley & Drew Hancock Beth Harrington Tomasita & Sam Jacubowitz Dina & Burney Jennings Joia Johnson Emily & David Johnston Ashley & Frankie Jones Vicky & Terry Larkin Dr. Ranja Sharma & Mr. Stacy Lawson Kathy & Mike Lewis Kelly Sigle & George Marple Victoria & Ron Milstein Barbara R. Morgenstern Randi Palmer Cissy & Bill Parham* Barbara & Dale Phipps* Meredith & Gary Piatt Kim & Todd Rangel John Riley William R. Soles, Jr. Linda & Jim Starmer* Ernestine & Stuart Taylor May Toms Triad Tech Services Shirley & Jeffrey Vestal* Comer & Ralph Wear Katie & Randall White Len & Judy White* Dianne & Glenn Whittington* Judy & Bob Wicker* Greg & Wallace Williams Woodruff Family Law Group Beverly & Pat Wright GALLERY ($500–$999) Alicia & Bill Allred Ben Baker Annette Benson Catherine & Peter Bergstrom Bill & Gay Bowman Kenneth L. Caneva Leanne Willis & James Caress Kathy Cissna* Craft Insurance Fran DeChurch & Hugh Fraser Marsha Ferree & Mike Gering Joe & Karen Grady Dionis & Gordon Griffin

Hanes-Lineberry Funeral Homes Nancy Hoffmann Cynthia Soemita & Tony Hooimeijer Betsey & David Horth Sallie & Hoke Huss* Heather & Jay Jahnes Maggie Jeffus* Howard Jones* Constance Kilpatrick Leigh Ann & Steve Klee Harriette & Bob Knox Lynne & Glen Ogden in honor of Karen Krone Lex & Brent Kulman Greg & Barb Laskow Sherry Dickstein & Kurt Lauenstein Amy Leander Gail & Gene LeBauer Susan Ireton & Valerie Leschber Mimi Levin Jim Battinelli & Victor Lindsley Susan & George Little Johanna & George Martin Dolly McGinn Judy & Dan McGinn Kellie Melinda Jane & Dan Moore* Rod & Linda Mortenson Eberhard Mueller-Heubach Nancy & Brian Napier Jane & Ron Norwood Shera Osborne* Richard A. Parker Jane & Lloyd Peterson* Nancy & Gordon Peterson Susan & Jim Phillips Claudia Babb Reich Dee & Jason Roghelia Lynn Wooten & Paul Russ Marlene Sanford Heather & Mark Setzler Nancy & Frederick Sharpless Kim & Bassam Smir Kathleen Smith* Joan & Doug Stone* Shaun Edward Stewart Fund Charlotte A. Straney Maggie & Tom Styers Rebecca Taylor Suzanne & Tom Tilley Mary & Will Truslow 42

Katherine & Mike Weaver Carmen & Bob Wood PATRON ($250–$499) Anonymous Barbara Steslow & Terry Akin Mary Alexander Gary W. Allen Richard Allen* Mary & Frank Biggerstaff Barbara & Tony Blake Louise & Jerry Boothby Peggy & Gary Bradt Bruce & Dora Brodie Jerry Cunningham & Terry Brown Barbara Levin & David Brown Nancy & Jim Bryan Greer & Scott Cawood Lori & Murray Clayton Sallie & Jim Clotfelter Irene & Irv Cohen Harvey Colchamiro Faye & Michael Collins Jean & Doug Copeland Janet & David Craft John & Sharon Crump Janet Ward Black & Gerard Davidson Maureen Demaress in honor of Kim & Danny Gatling Katie G. Dorsett Pam & Alan Duncan Phyllis Dunning Karen M. Dyer Nancy & Richard Evans Bert & Debbie Fields Ellen & Gary Fischer Karen A. & J. Ronald Gaffé Kathy & Jim Gallucci* Celeste Gonzalez Kay & Chip Hagan Melinda Hamrick* Sherry & Bob Harris in honor of Linda Sloan Judith & Cyril Harvey* Virginia Henley Julia Hersberger Cindi & Dave Hewitt Donna & Robert Hoekstra Anne & Sam Hummel Dr. Larry & Sue Hungerford Sallie & Hoke Huss Carroll Johnson*

Randall Thomas Johnson* Marcia & Orton Jones April & David Parker in memory of Tobee Kaplan Ginger & Ken Karb Sue & Jim Keith Amy & John Kelly Justin Nichols & Ryan Kelly* Kayce King Ray & Doris Kiszely* Steve & Sarah Kivett Diana Knox Laura & Paul Kotz Robin & Tim Lane* Louise & Bill Latture Marilyn & John Lauritzen Albert P. Lochra Sandra & Francis LoNano Ernest J. Lunsford Nancy Y. Madden Connie Mahan Laura & Tim Maher Johanna & George Martin Bonnie & Dan McAlister Amanda McGehee* Dolly McGinn Lou & Don McMillion* Lora & Dean McPhail Peg & Skip Moore Linda & Al Munns B.J. Weatherby & Verne Nielsen Jonathan Bell in honor of Chad & Mindy Oakley William Osborne Erica Parker Sandy & Tom Pugh Carolynn & Tim Rice Allison Norton-Rimron & Pat Rimron The Rose Family Phyllis Shavitz in memory of Stanley Shavitz* Jonathan & Anne Flegal Smith Beverly & Lawrence Snively Sonitrol Security of the Triad Patricia Gutzwiller & Alan Spiewak Michiko Stavert Matthew Sergio & Steve Stonecypher* Steve Sumerford Mrs. Lee Templeton* Bryan & Billie Toney Colleen Trimble

Jody & Mike Troxler Susan B. Wall Barbara & James Walls Dr. Jim Walter David Bouska & Alicia Warrick Christine Morris & Jeffery West Barbara Ann Peters & David Westfall* Ronnie L. Willard Barbara & Butch Williams Michael & Sue Wilson Karen & John Whiteside Carol & Tom Wood Nancy N. Young Richard & Jeanne Young FRIEND ($100–$249) Anonymous (6) Clare & Mike Abel John & Virginia Achey Rose & Victor Ackermann Daryl B. Adams* Rayford Adams Sophie & Eric Adamson Martha Albertson Hugh Black & Laura Allred Jill Alventosa-Brown Jill Amidon-Strickland Leanne Angell Margaret & Carl Aquilino Margaret & Howard Arbuckle Rob & Pat Arnett Jaimie & Carol Ashby Alexa Aycock Bruce M. Babcock Terry Ball John & Laurie Barber Sherry Barr Laura & Bill Barrier Dee & Wes Bartlett Laverne M. Bass Jerry & Milton Bates F. James Becher Jr. Sally & Fred Beck Vivienne Benesch Anna Berdahl Marty Bergman Kate Black Henry & Elizabeth Booke* Dr. Treana A. Bowling Susan & Scott Brady David Breeden Jordan Bressler Chester Brown, Jr. 43

Marie & Tom Brown Cheryl & Richard Bullard Christel Bullock Maureen Burns* Bill & Beth Bursuck Noel & Beth Burt Nancy Cameron Myrna Carlock Hodges & Joe Carroll Kay Cashion William & Nancy Carter Amanda Clark Louann A. Clarke Bobbie & John Coker Margaret & Ray Collins Karen & David Condon Diane Conrad* Pat W. Copeland John & Gwyneth Cote William F. Cromartie Gail & Bruce Crozier Cheryl Viglione & Joh Curnes* Larry & JoAnn Currie Deb Bell & Keith Cushman Jacobi Daley Amy & Anthony da Luz Larry Davis Dr. & Mrs. Charles Delcambre Georgetta Denhardt Emanuel Diamond Vincent & Cindy DiMattia* Marie Dow Jack & Kathi Dubel Debra Dykes* Lexi & John Eagles James & Nancy Edwards Dennis Elliott Grace Ellis Linda Erickson Peggy Fersner James & Dana Fisher Becky Fligel Robert Fonorow Miles & Jane Foy* Alane & William Frakes* Marcia Freed Gerald Freedman Deborah Friedman* Bonnie & Martin Gallo Nancy S. Garner Allen & Mary Ann Gerhard Marilyn & Edward Gideon Margaret Rowlett & David Gilbert

Wilma & Sheldon Glick* Betty Godwin Terri & Robert Goldberg Toby Gordon David & Kathleen Grapey Carolyn & Art Green Cecilia & Geoffrey Gregg Linda & A.J. Grogan Christy Gumbiner Linda & Mark Hale Barbara H. Hall* Janis Hammett* David Cohen & Judy Hampton Ron & Becky Hampton* Brenda C. Hampton Ron & Becky Hampton Susan Hanks Robert Hansen Anne & Bill Hardin Jerry & Melissa Harrelson* Gloria & Walter Harris Lori Ann Harris Claire Haskins Eloise & Robby Hassell Angela Hays* Janet Hendley Todd & Lindy Herman Pat & Dana Hester Carolyn & Ed Hines Fay & Mike Hoggard Mary Louise Smith & Cheryl Hopkins Donald A. Smith & Kembra Howdeshell Barbara Hughes* Donna Moran & Garnett Hughes Rodna & David Hurewitz Frances & Jim Jochum Bob Johannesen Jenna & Henry Johnson Christine Jones Robert & Margaret Kantlehner Shelley & Charles Kappauf Carole Keeler Milton Kern Colin Key Jennifer Killingsworth Robert H. Kilpatrick Karyn Harrell & Cindy Kimbrell, DVMs Virginia & David King Martha & Charles Kirkman

Suzannah Kleese Bob & Levina Kollar Stephanie & Phil Kretz E1isabeth Lavender Judy Leatherwood Eric Lee Carolyn C. Lester Michele & Pat Levy Liberty Oak Restaurant & Bar* Annabel Link Michelle Lipscomb Clarence Lloyd, Jr., M.D. Kathleen McGinley & Jose R. Lopez Pat Lord William Lowder Jr. Jennifer Lum* Jack MacDowall* Samantha A. Magill David Byrd & Jeff Stanley In memory of Connie Mahan In honor of Greg Marlow Linda & Leon Marsh Marcy Maury Reba & Bud Maxson Martha McCarty Joe B. McCollum Eleanor & Donald McCrickard Robert Bailey & Samantha McDermott Sue & Hal McElroy Angus & Wynn McGregor Joyce & Jim McKenzie* Thomas F. & Jane W. McKim Celia & Randy McMullen Carol H. Melvin Benedicte & Christian Mengel Nancy & Gary Miller Bonnie & Robert Miller* Deborah Mitchum Ann & Harold Moag Barbara & Bill Moran Josephine Hall & Wm. Perry Morgan Claire Morse Margie & Jay Motsinger* Sharon A. Rimm & Robert G. Muecke Ninevah & Dan Murray John & Jenny Naples Nash Family Neese Material Supply Lee Ann & Drew Naylor 44

Julie & Tom Nelson Karol & John Neufeld Margaret & Vernon Newlin Tog & Michael Newman Gaynelle Nichols Cathy & John Nosek Siobhan & David Olson Zack & Nancy Osborne Cathy & Ray Owen Judith Page Carolyn Panzer Geraldine & Richard Parrott* Marci & Grady Peace Andy Stern & Judy Pellarin Jack & Mary Pentz Richard Peterson Paula Pierce John Poole Roger & Nan Poplin Agnes Preston-Brame Muriel & James Prevatt Eleanor Procton Donna & Don Pulitzer Barbara & Robert Purdie Wendell & Phoenix Putney Fern Ragan* Kathryn L. Ramsay Betsy & Bill Raulerson Kim Record Donna Redding Susan & Bill Ridenour Robert Riehle Jennifer & Tommy Robards Annette & Danny Roberson George & Bobbie Roberts Brad Johnson & Jason Robertson Ruth & Lloyd Roghelia Cary Root Judy Hyman & Dr. Richard Rosen* Debbie & Eugene Russell Susan Samuelson Jim & Nancy Sands Sara Lee & Paul Saperstein Kathryn Lochra & Rett Saslow Beatrice Schall Dr. & Mrs. Ernest Schiller Sara Schneidmiller in memory of Fran Rubinsohn Susan & Jerry Schwartz Barb & Bill Sharpe Tracy Shaw

Mary Ellen & Lee Shiflett Rachel & Ernest Showfety Sandra & Wayne Shugart Joyce & Bob Shuman* Paul Siceloff John Small Claude & Tamara Smith Diane & David Smith Kathryn & R. C. Smith Suci Sorensen Marylou & Glenn Strohl Janice & John Sullivan Joan Sullivan in loving memory of John L. Sullivan Florence Sutler* Frieda M. Taylor Julie & Tom Taylor Jean L. Toms Louis Allen & Maggie Triplette Jonathan Tudge* Melanie & Charles Tuttle Diane & Gary Upham Barbara Van Cleve

P. Whitney Vanderwerff Whitney G. Vanderwerff Dave & Carol VanSchoick* Liza Vest Kristina Voy Dean & Kate Wahlberg Robert C. Walker Nancy & David Wallace John & Laura Warren* Peggy & Leon Wessel Bob G. Williams Chris Williams* Cindy & Ken Williams Jeaneane Williams Anne & Charles Wilson Linda & Ron Wilson* Dave Clark & Susan Wilson Linda & Ron Wilson Jill Bender & Adam Winkel Mary & Terry Woodrow Lynette Wrenn Harry Young Kay & Charlie Zimmerman

MATCHING GIFT COMPANIES Amazon Smile American Express Foundation Arthur J Gallagher Foudnation Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies Lincoln Financial Group R. J. Reynolds Foundation

Audiences Sing Our Praises! “Triad Stage is a beacon of excellence that makes me love my community more, and gives me the desire to more fully invest in my life here. I am very grateful for this theatre and for those whose vision keeps it going.” - Triad Stage Patron



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Board of Trustees

TRiad Stage Staff

Officers Mindy Oakley, Chair Dabney Sanders, Chair Elect Chris Hobson, Vice Chair Ernestine Taylor, Vice Chair Margaret Penn, Treasurer Karen Dyer, Secretary Kathy Manning, Immediate Past Chair Linda Sloan, Founding Chair Preston Lane, Founding Artistic Director Richard Whittington, Founding Managing Director

Artistic Preston Lane, Founding Artistic Director Sarah Hankins, Associate Artistic Director Kamilah Bush, Artistic Apprentice Administration Richard Whittington, Founding Managing Director Jason Bogden, General Manager Ramon Perez, Company Manager Bobby Pittman, Facilities/Rentals Coordinator Justin Nichols, Development Manager Tiffany Albright, Marketing Manager Stacy Calfo, Graphic Designer Kathryn Knoerl, Administrative Apprentice

Members at Large Kate R. Barrett, Linda Carlisle, Danny Gatling, Drew Hancock, Tomasita Jacubowitz, George Johnson, Frankie Jones, Jr., John Kelly, Leigh Ann Klee, Cathleen McKinney, Justin Outling, Cissy Parham, Erica Parker, Nancy Peterson, John Poole, Todd Rangel, Paul Russ, Kathleen Smith, Tom Styers, Steve Sumerford, Lydia Vaughan

Audience Services Sherry Barr, Director of Audience Services Olivia Langford, Box Office Manager Aralys Castillo, McKenzie Eury, Eric Figueroa, Mary Reading, Box Office Associates Olivia Meeks, Lobby Bar Associate

Winston-Salem Advisory Council Lydia Vaughan, Chair Linda Carlisle, Mary Walker Fry, Drew Hancock, Joia Johnson, Susan Little, Cathleen McKinney, Angie Murphrey, Tog Newman, Randi Palmer, Gordon Peterson, Nancy Peterson, Milton Rhodes, Keith Vaughan, Sue Wall

Production Liza Vest, Production Manager Emily J. Mails, Resident Stage Manager Donald Quilinquin, Master Carpenter Eric Hart, Props Master Jennifer Speciale Stanley, Costume Shop Manager Sammy Papp, Assistant Costume Shop Manager Troy Morelli, Master Electrician Taylor Dankovich, Sound Supervisor Jessica Holcombe, Scenic Charge Mike Pryor, Scenic Intern Alex Boyt, Production Management Apprentice Mackenzie Cunningham, Props Apprentice Augustino Gamboa, Carpentry Apprentice Jane Reichard, Costume Apprentice/Wardrobe Supervisor

Greensboro Advisory Council Holly Chambers, Judy Wicker, Co-Chairs Hayes Clement, Ralph Davison, Sandra Hughes, Lesley Hunt, Ron Johnson, Ancella Livers, Dennis Quaintance, Sylvia Samet, Joy Shavitz, Tom Sloan, Harrison Turner, Alan Tutterow

For ACtions and objectives Danielle Tucker, Assistant Director Shelby Robertson, Assistant Stage Manager Brian Coleman, Technical Coordinator Sarah Sparks, Dresser Nick Chimienti, Sound Board Operator Luke Woods, Light Board Programmer Blake Manns, Projections Technician Mary Crockett, Angelina Rodriguez, Scene Painters



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SERIES FEATURED EVENTS: Join us for the last two events of our year-long event series focused on the concepts of War and Peace Imagined, part of UNCG's commitment to our students, faculty, staff and the greater Triad community.

Memorial Mania, lecture

Apr. 4, 6:00pm Weatherspoon Art Museum

Spring Dances

Apr. 21 & 22, 8:00pm Apr. 22, 2:00pm School of Dance Theater

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Written and directed by Preston Lane. April 2 - 23, 2017 | The Pyrle Theater, Greensboro, NC.

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