All's Well that Ends Well

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THE LUCKY SEASON / 2013 – 2014 The theater is a superstitious place. In a live art form where so much can go so terribly wrong, most actors have their own rites and rituals to hopefully placate the theater spirits and guarantee a good performance. And there are — of course — numerous rules that every artist knows. You never say the name of Shakespeare’s Scottish play inside a theater. You never whistle. Peacock feathers are forbidden. You never wish a performer “good luck.” And a light must always be left on in an empty theater. Fortunately, with so many superstitions guiding our behavior, theater artists have the great benefit that what is considered unlucky outside a theater is lucky inside. Walk under ladders and open your umbrellas, and nothing bad will ever happen. And since that is true, Triad Stage is thrilled to invite you to season 13. If you’re one of those people who avoid the dreaded number on Fridays, elevators or planes, you’ll be just fine as we welcome you to our luckiest season yet. And, of course, all of us at Triad Stage feel very lucky to get to share our stories with you.

Preston Lane Artistic Director

Richard Whittington Managing Director

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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.

In 2008, Triad Stage finished a second round of renovations to The Pyrle. A scene shop annex was added in the basement. The top floor underwent major construction to create the 90-seat UpStage Cabaret performance space, the Sloan Rehearsal Hall, and the studio and office facilities of WUNC Public Radio’s new Greensboro Bureau. In 2011, Triad Stage purchased a 30,000 square foot building near the Greensboro Coliseum Complex to serve as the theater’s new production facility, relocating its scene, costume and properties shops as well as its warehouse. In 2013, with significant support from The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County, Triad Stage announced a major expansion of programming to be produced at the Hanesbrands Theatre in downtown Winston-Salem.

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Now in its 13th season, Triad Stage has over 3,000 Season Passholders and more than 400 annual donors. The company has received accolades on national, state and local levels, including being named “One of the 10 Most Promising Emerging Theatre Companies” by the American Theatre Wing and “One of the Best Regional Theaters in America” by the Drama League of New York. Triad Stage has been voted the Triad’s “Best Live Theater” by the readers of the News & Record’s GoTriad ten years in a row and named “Professional Theatre of the Year” by the North Carolina Theatre Conference in 2003 and 2011. Its production of Tobacco Road was listed among the “Best of 2007” by The Wall Street Journal, its production of The Glass Menagerie was named “Best North Carolina Production of 2010” by Triangle Arts & Entertainment, and 2012’s production of Reynolds Price’s New Music trilogy was named among the “Best Productions” of the year in Triangle Theatre by Independent Weekly. 7


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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.

EXCELLENCE

INCLUSION

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

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.

COLLABORATION

ARTISTIC RISK

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.

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

IMAGINATION

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

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.

COMMUNITY

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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.

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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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.

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Preston Lane Artistic Director

Richard Whittington Managing Director

The Fresh Market presents

Written by William Shakespeare Directed by Preston Lane

Scenic Design by Robin Vest

Costume Design by Bill Brewer

Lighting Design by Robert Perry

Sound Design by David E. Smith

Voice and Text Coach Christine Morris

Fight Choreographer Jim Wren

Dramaturg Bryan Conger

Casting by Cindi Rush Casting

Stage Manager Emily J. Mails

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Cast (in alphabetical order) 5th Lord / Guard .................................................................................. Tyler Barnhardt ◊ 1st Lord ................................................................................................................. Alex Cioffi ◊ King of France ............................................................................................... John Herrera* 3rd Lord / Guard ................................................................................... DeAndre' Hicks◊ Bertram ............................................................................... Anthony Michael Martinez* Diana .................................................................................................... Chloe Clark Oliver◊ Mariana / Page .................................................................................. Madelynn Poulson◊ Countess of Rossillion ................................................................................. Beth Ritson* Parolles ................................................................................................... David Ryan Smith* Widow Capilet ...................................................................................... Cinny Strickland* Steward .................................................................................................... Sibél Turkdamar ◊ 4th Lord / Attendant ................................................................................... Brady Wease◊ Lafew ................................................................................................................. Jeffery West* 2nd Lord ............................................................................................................. Lee Wilson◊ Helena .................................................................................................................. Kim Wong* Stage Manager .................................................................................... Emily J. Mails*

Setting France and Italy — 1920-1922 Tyler Barnhardt ◊ (5th Lord/Guard) Triad Stage debut. Regional/Local: How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Pippin (Theatre Charlotte); Spamalot, Pride and Prejudice (UNCG). Education: Rising Senior BFA actor at UNCG. Alex Cioffi ◊ (1st Lord) Triad Stage: A Christmas Carol (2013). Education: This (UNCG), Bachelorette (UNCG), North Carolina Theatre for Young People 2013 tour of Charlotte’s Web. Rising Senior in the BFA Acting program at UNCG. John Herrera* (King of France) Triad Stage debut. John created the role of Neville in the original production of The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Tony® nomination) and Kevin in the Off-Broadway production of In the Heights. Other Broadway: Evita, 1776, Camelot, Man of La Mancha and The Threepenny Opera. Off-Broadway: Cactus Flower, Lies and Legends. National Tours: Chess (Carbonell Award), Falsettos, Les Misérables, Angels in America. Regional: Red (Orlando Shakespeare Theatre); Anna in the Tropics, A Little Night 11


Music and LMNOP (Goodspeed); Sunday in the Park with George (Goodman Theatre). Film/ TV: The House That Jack Built, Law and Order: SVU and Person of Interest. Thanks to Ron. DeAndre' Hicks◊ (3rd Lord/Guard) Triad Stage debut. Regional/Local: Pathway to Freedom (Snow Camp Outdoor Theatre). Other: A Year with Frog and Toad (NCTYP); The Metal Children, In The Blood, Spamalot (UNCG). Education: BFA Acting, UNCG 2015. Anthony Michael Martinez* (Bertram) Triad Stage debut. Off-Broadway: Romeo & Juliet (Classic Stage Company); I'll Be Damned (The Vineyard Theatre). Regional/Local: Cymbeline (Theatreworks, CO); Romeo & Juliet, The Comedy of Errors (The Shakespeare Theatre of NJ); Floyd Collins (Kentucky Stages); Restoration Comedy (The Flea Theater, directed by Ed Iskandar). Education: BA Florida State University; LAMDA Summer Shakespeare with John Barton & Cicely Berry. Chloe Clark Oliver◊ (Diana) Triad Stage debut. Regional: HAIR, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Richard III (Burning Coal), Hedda Gabler, Peter Pan, Hot ‘n’ Throbbing, Man and Superman, The Threepenny Opera (UNCG). Education: Rising senior BFA Acting student at UNCG, UNCSA high school class of 2011. Madelynn Poulson◊ (Mariana/Page) Triad Stage: The Mountaintop trailer. Regional/Local: Ruined (Burning Coal Theatre Co.), Pride and Prejudice (UNCG), Fall Briefs (UNCG). Film/TV: Untitled: A Story of Lost Love (UNCG). Education: BFA in Acting, UNCG. Other: 2011 VA Residential Governor’s School for the Visual and Performing Arts. Beth Ritson* (Countess of Rossillion) Triad Stage: A Christmas Carol (2013), Steel Magnolias, The Night of the Iguana, Picnic, Bus Stop, Brother Wolf (2006), Tobacco Road and The Rainmaker. Past Shakespeare roles include: Gertrude, Viola, Olivia, Helena and Lady Macbeth. Other: Founding Member of Paper Lantern Theatre Company which performs at Triad Stage’s UpStage Cabaret and where she has performed in Dead Man's Cell Phone and This Wide Night; Associate Professor of Theatre at the awesome Bennett College. David Ryan Smith* (Parolles) Triad Stage debut. Broadway: One Man Two, Guvnors and Passing Strange. Off-Broadway/New York Theater: The Steadfast (Slant Theatre Project); Marat/Sade (Classical Theatre of Harlem); The Rover (New York Classical Theatre); and #9 (59E59) Regional Theatre: Actors Theatre of Louisville, Barrington Stage Company, American Conservatory Theater, Crossroads Theatre Company, Dallas Theater Center, California Shakespeare Theater, Cincinnati Shakespeare, among others. Film: The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Bee Season, Medal of Victory (upcoming). Education: Smith received his M.F.A. from American Conservatory Theater. 12


Cinny Strickland* (Widow Capilet) Triad Stage: Snow Queen, Steel Magnolias, Providence Gap, Beautiful Star (2006-2009). Other NC credits: 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: BFADrama, 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. Sibél Turkdamar ◊ (Steward) Triad Stage debut. Regional: Jack and the Jelly Beanstalk (THTR 232). Educational: Junie B. Jones in Jingle Bells Batman Smells, Peter Pan, Pride and Prejudice (UNCG); Studies BFA Acting at UNCG. Brady Wease◊ (4th Lord/Attendant) Triad Stage debut. Regional/Local: A Year with Frog and Toad (NCTYP), Jack and the Jelly Beanstalk (THTR 232). UNCG Theatre: Spamalot (2013), Romeo & Juliet (2013), Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (2012). Education: BFA Acting, UNCG 2016 . Jeffery West* (Lafew) Triad Stage: New Music, The Woman in Black, Providence Gap, Ghosts, Bloody Blackbeard, On Golden Pond. Directing: Red (Triad Stage at the Hanesbrands Theatre). Regional: August: Osage County (HSN/Theatre Raleigh), True West, Death of a Salesman, King Lear, The Miser (PlayMakers Repertory Company), The Night Before Christmas Carol (Temple Theatre and Raleigh Ensemble Players). TV: All My Children, Guiding Light, Surface, Dawson’s Creek, One Tree Hill, Brookfield (pilot). Faculty: UNCChapel Hill, Duke University, UNCG, Elon University, Greensboro College, High Point University. Education: BA, College of William and Mary; MFA, University of Virginia. Lee Wilson◊ (2nd Lord) Triad Stage debut. Regional/Local: Jack and the Jelly Beanstalk (THTR 232), Periphery (CTG). Other: (2014), Quake (2013), Romeo and Juliet (2013), Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (2012). Education: BFA Acting, UNCG 2016. Kim Wong* (Helena) Triad Stage debut. Recent credits include: Much Ado About Nothing (Barrington Stage), Romeo & Juliet and Hamlet (Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival), Romeo & Juliet (American Globe Theatre), The Philanderer (Pearl Theatre), Henry VI 1-3/Richard III in rep (Adirondack Shakespeare), and South Pacific (Summer Theatre of New Canaan). TV/Film: Deception (NBC), Pirates vs. Ninjas (HubTech Productions). Other: Artistic Director of Accidental Shakespeare Company in NYC. Education: BFA, NYU. 13


Preston Lane (Director) is the founding Artistic Director of Triad Stage. See Preston's full biography on page 16. Robin Vest (Scenic Designer) Triad Stage: Mirandolina, The Rainmaker, Dracula, The Diary of Anne Frank, Brother Wolf (2006), The Little Foxes, Bell, Book and Candle, and Black Pearl Sings. NYC: MTC, MCC, Playwright’s Horizons, Lincoln Center LCT3, Second Stage Uptown, Juilliard’s Drama Division, Barnard, TACT, Clubbed Thumb, 13p, and WET. Regional: Yentl (Cleveland Playhouse), Animal Crackers (The Goodman), The Mystery of Irma Vep (The Old Globe), Animal Crackers, One Slight Hitch, The Bluebird, A Servant to Two Masters (Williamstown Theatre Festival), Hansel and Gretel (Washington National Opera), Ariadne Auf Naxos (Utah Opera, Vancouver Opera), It Pays to Advertise (Yale Rep). Education: Yale School of Drama. Other: Faculty for Guilford College's Theatre Studies program. Bill Brewer◉ (Costume Designer) Bill designs for theatre, ballet, opera, film and television across the country and abroad. Recently at Triad Stage: Snow Queen, Wait Until Dark, Kingdom of Earth, Trouble in Mind, The Illusion, Ain’t Misbehavin’: The “Fats” Waller Musical Show, the New Music trilogy. United States: Berkeley Rep; Minnesota Rep; Pioneer Theatre Company; Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre; American Stage; Lucas Film; Sweeney Todd, starring Jean Stapleton; Peter Pan, starring Cathy Rigby. Abroad: ballet, contemporary dance and film in Paris; ballet in Milan; designs featured in World Stage Design and Prague Quadrennial exhibits. As a director and producer, Bill’s award-winning production of Side by Side by Sondheim, ran in San Francisco for two years. Bill teaches costume design at UNCSA and is a member of United Scenic Artists 829. Robert Perry (Lighting Designer) Triad Stage: Julie's Dance, Steel Magnolias. Off-Broadway: The Water Engine (Atlantic Theater Company); Reefer Madness (Variety Arts Theatre); Boston Marriage (NY Public Theater); Kingdom of Earth (The Drama Dept.). Regional/Local: Drowning Crow (Goodman Theatre); Crowns (The McCarter Theatre); Billy the Kid (LaJolla Playhouse); Coriolanus (The Shakespeare Theatre — DC). Education: MFA, Yale School of Drama; BFA, North Carolina School of the Arts. Other: Assistant Professor of Lighting Design, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. www.robertperrydesign.com David E. Smith◉ (Sound Designer)is director of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts theatre sound design program. David spent eight years with the Royal National Theatre in London, England. Triad Stage: Brother Wolf (2014), Snow Queen, Tennessee Playboy, Trouble in Mind, The Illusion, A Doll House, Dial “M” for Murder, Masquerade, A Christmas Carol and The Glass Menagerie among others. Regional: Arena Stage, North Shore Music Theatre, Trinity Repertory Theatre, Alliance Theatre, Cape Fear Regional Playhouse. Local: Paper Lantern Theatre Company, Little Theatre of Winston-Salem. David was recently selected as a finalist in World Stage Design 2013 held in Cardiff, Wales, with music for four of the productions he composed for Triad Stage: Dial “M” for Murder, Oleanna, A Christmas Carol and A Doll House.

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Christine Morris ◊ (Voice and Text Coach) At Triad Stage since 2006. Other coaching includes A Thousand Clowns (starring Tom Selleck); Kudzu (with The Red Clay Ramblers); and Sheridan’s The Critic at American Players Theatre in Wisconsin. As an actor for Triad Stage: Marthy Owen in Anna Christie; Taw Avery in New Music: Better Days; Cordie Grindstaff in Providence Gap; Mme. Pernelle in Tartuffe; various ladies & King George in Bloody Blackbeard. UNCG Theatre faculty. Member of Actors’ Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, and the Voice and Speech Trainers Association (VASTA). Jim Wren ◊ (Fight Choreographer) has staged the violence for over a dozen Triad Stage productions, including the battles in Bloody Blackbeard, the fantastical fights in Brother Wolf (2006 and 2014), and the general behavior of the Lesters in Tobacco Road. Education: MFA, University of Florida. Jim is Performance Program Coordinator for the UNCG Department of Theatre, and is a two-time recipient of the Kennedy Center Gold Medallion for Excellence. Bryan Conger (Dramaturg) is the Artistic Associate at Triad Stage. Triad Stage directing credits include: Pump Boys and Dinettes, A Christmas Carol (2011, 2012, 2013); My Fair Lady; tick, tick . . . BOOM!; The Mystery of Irma Vep (2011); Billy Bishop Goes to War; Associate Director for New Music (2011); Assistant Director for A Christmas Carol (2010); Around the World in 80 Days and Ghosts. UNCG: Sister Mary Ignatius . . . (THTR 232); Oklahoma!; Balm in Gilead and Blind Date. Education: MFA, UNCG. Cindi Rush, C.S.A. (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.” Consultant for National Alliance for Musical Theatre (2004–2008), Consultant for NYU Graduate Program for Musical Theatre Writing. Emily J. Mails* (Stage Manager) Triad Stage: Pump Boys and Dinettes, Anna Christie, Snow Queen, 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), The America Play, Billy Bishop Goes to War, Oleanna, Bloody Blackbeard, Mad at Miles, The Santaland Diaries (2008-2011), Dracula (2008) and “MASTER HAROLD” ...and the boys. 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, University of North Carolina at Greensboro. * Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States ◊ Student or Faculty Member with the University of North Carolina at Greensboro Theatre Department ◉ Student or Faculty Member with the School of Drama at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts

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Triad Stage Co-Founders Richard Whittington (Managing Director/CoFounder) 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.

Preston Lane (Artistic Director/Co-Founder) is in his 13th season at Triad Stage where he has directed over 35 productions. Preston is the recipient of the 2008 Betty Cone Medal of the Arts and is in his fourth year as the Artistic Partner for Theatre for An Appalachian Summer Festival. He was formerly Artistic Associate at the Dallas Theater Center, where his productions included 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).

In 2007, Rich was appointed by the Governor to serve on the board of the NC Arts Council, where he is currently 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.

As a playwright, Preston’s adaptations have been produced at Triad Stage, Dallas Theater Center and Sonoma Rep. His work with musician Laurelyn Dossett includes Brother Wolf (Triad Stage, An Appalachian Summer Festival, The Human Race Theatre Company and St. Olaf College), Beautiful Star (Triad Stage and WaterTower Theatre), Bloody Blackbeard, Providence Gap and Snow Queen. Preston is a recipient of an NC Arts Council Playwright Fellowship.

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 previously 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.

Preston has taught at UNCG, 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.

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.

Follow Preston on Twitter at @aprestonlane.

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THTR 232 is the annual summer collaboration between Triad Stage and UNCG’s theatre department. It began in 2006 as a new incarnation of UNCG’s Summer Repertory Program which was founded in 1947. This program is a demanding, comprehensive summer of work for its participants, which include graduate and undergraduate performance and design students. Each student has the opportunity and responsibility for in-depth work on multiple productions in a professional setting, outside of the clasroom environment. Over the past nine seasons, the program has changed and evolved with the needs of each specific class of students — performing on the MainStage and in The UpStage Cabaret at Triad Stage and at Taylor Theatre and Brown Theatre at UNCG.

THIS SUMMER! This year's MainStage production of All's Well that Ends Well includes eight UNCG students working alongside seven professional actors. As part of our commitment to Theatre for Young Audiences, THTR 232 also presents Jack and the Jelly Beanstalk, a musical family entertainment, showing June 14-28 at UNCG's Brown Theatre. Call 336.272.0160 or 336.334.4392 or visit www.triadstage.org for tickets or more information.

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ProblemPlay?

from the director -Preston Lane

While all may not eventually end well for the reputation of the Shakespearean play you are about to experience, all certainly seems to be going in the right direction. The late 20th and early 21st century have rediscovered All’s Well that Ends Well so that now this “problem play” so hated and censored by the prudish Victorians has been embraced as one of Shakespeare’s most modern and complex tales. It’s easy to see why a Shakespeare industry desperate to promote British moral and cultural superiority in a colonial world would turn up its nose at the tale of a woman who will stop at nothing to get the man she loves. This isn’t a play of high tragedy. Nor is it a comedy of charming fairies and lovers run wild in the woods. All’s Well that Ends Well is surprisingly modern, unexpectedly feminist and deliciously antiAristotelian. If the pieces don’t necessarily fit, all the better for our 21st century theater. There’s room for discovery and for making it our own. There are strong female characters who don’t have to dress up as men to get what they want. There’s intrigue, comedy and heartbreak. Long before the modernist masters Chekhov and Ibsen shattered our concepts of tragedy and comedy as separate forms, Shakespeare did it in a handful of plays literary critics have tended not to like because they won’t fit into neat categories. I think of all these “problem plays,” All’s Well that Ends Well provides the richest rewards. Shakespeare found his source material for the play in Boccaccio’s Decameron — probably picked up through an adaptation called Palace of Pleasure by William Painter. There’s been much discussion about when the play was first written and what it was called. Some think the play might have originally been called A Bad Beginning Makes a Good Ending. Others believe it is the long lost Love’s Labor's Won and is the companion piece to Love’s Labor’s Lost. All of this wrangling over lost titles and probable dates entertains the Shakespeareans who are often more interested in the history of the plays than in the plays themselves. If All’s Well that Ends Well is a companion piece to anything, I think it is a feminist answer to The Taming of the Shrew. It is delightful to think that the playwright who once argued that you could abuse a woman into submission learned his lesson and realized a woman could love a man into redemption. Redemption, loss, death, love, sin, and deception weave together in All’s Well that Ends Well to create a comedy of forgiveness. The classic structure of folk tales, the miracle of morality plays, and the social commentary of realistic drama all combine as parallel plots are linked by the single-minded determination of one of Shakespeare’s finest characters. After 13 seasons, I’m delighted to share our first Shakespeare production with you. Triad Stage plans to make Shakespeare a more frequent member of our family, but we plan to do so by exploring the less familiar plays. I hope we will all enjoy the potential to be found when we stop thinking of these plays as problems and start embracing them as possibilities. After all, all is only really well not because of how it ends but because of the excitement of the journey. 18


William Shakespeare

by Bryan Conger

All’s Well that Ends Well has been categorized by scholars as a “problem,” and so could William Shakespeare’s biography. With very little documentation available, we only have glimpses into the life of one of history’s greatest dramatists. Born in 1564 to John and Mary Shakespeare in Stratford-Upon-Avon, the exact date of Shakespeare’s birth is unknown, though it is traditionally accepted as April 23, St. George’s Day. His father was a man of some prominence in the community and was elected to several civic positions in Stratford throughout his lifetime. It is believed that young William began his education at the age of 6 or 7, attending the King’s New School near his childhood home on Henley Street. Although there is no record of his attendance it seems likely that a man in John Shakespeare’s position would have chosen to have his son educated, and Shakespeare’s plays are testaments to his knowledge and wide reading. In 1582 Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway and the couple had three children. The family eventually settled in London and by 1592 Shakespeare had achieved some success as an actor and playwright. A 1594 record shows him as one of the leading members of The Lord Chamberlain’s Men, the acting company which would later become known as the King’s Men. It was here that he would be a major shareholder and write and produce his plays for the rest of his career. Shakespeare’s writing life is often broken up into four periods; the period (1601-1608) in which he wrote All’s Well that Ends Well is considered to be a dark and tumultuous time for him. His world was going through dramatic changes: his father died in 1601 after many great disappointments and financial losses and that same year some of his best friends were executed or imprisoned for treason against Queen Elizabeth. It is during this time that many of his great tragedies were written, but also this gem of a play that refused to be easily categorized. Shakespeare, like many great writers, began to experiment and broke forms that he himself had created. As with the rest of his life, there is speculation over how Shakespeare spent his last days. The cause of his death is a mystery. We do know that he was interred on April 5, 1616, at Holy Trinity Church in Stratford. Though we have little official documentation of his life, we do have something much greater — his plays. In his words, characters and stories we find a man full of rich imagination, keen intellect and an ability to allow us into the worlds of others. It is there that we find his true life and legacy. 19


A Fairytale Landscape “Shakespeare’s play is set in a time of incredible change. An old order is passing away as a new order struggles to take its place. We have found a parallel to this world in an imagined Europe of the 1920s. A world of great change, civil wars, and enormous future.”

-Preston Lane

Rossillion SHAKESPEARE’S FICTONAL ROSSILLION

Shakespeare’s “Rossillion” in All’s Well that Ends Well is presented as a long-standing French province — a place rich with French history, ripe for nostalgia, and representative of an idealized French past. THE HIS TORIC ROUSSILLON

Situated precariously along the border of France and Spain, Roussillon was a site of much political instability throughout the Middle Ages. Roussillon was part of Catalonia — not France — for much of its history. France gained control of it in 1648 following the Thirty Year’s War.


Paris SHAKESPEARE’S PARIS

The world that Shakespeare was born into was heavily influenced by the Renaissance movement of the 15th and 16th centuries. Paris as Shakespeare knew it was equally shaped by this important artistic and cultural movement. At the center of the French Renaissance, the city flourished with art, architecture and science. PARIS IN THE EARLY 1920s

After World War I, the French were eager to move on from pre-war values and wartime gloom. The 1920s sparked a new period of art, culture, leisure and nightlife — all in the name of self-expression and personal freedom — and, once again, Paris was at the center of it all.

Florence SHAKESPEARE’S FLORENCE

For much of the 16th century, there was a widespread struggle for power and territory among the city-states of Italy. This long, tangled string of conflicts — known as the Italian War — included a conflict between the Duchy of Florence and the Republic of Siena, Florence’s last remaining rival in Tuscany at the time. FLORENCE IN THE EARLY 1920s

The early 1920s in Italy saw the rapid rise of Mussolini and Fascism. Florence, like other major industrial cities across Italy, bred violent Fascist terrorism strikes that would ultimately squash the opposing Socialist movement and contribute to the downfall of Italian democracy.


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Think you know all about Triad Stage? A few facts might surprise you.

FABLE: My ticket price covers the cost of the production. FACT: Ticket sales and services account for only 60% of our total budget; we depend on contributions for the remaining 40%. Your ticket price essentially covers just half of what you experience when you come to Triad Stage. If we had to survive on ticket sales alone, every seat to every performance would be at least $50 (our current average ticket price is $25).

FABLE: The productions at Triad Stage are touring shows created elsewhere. FACT: Each and every set, costume and prop is created right here in Greensboro. Triad Stage employs 16 full-time and 16 part-time professionals who see the show from inception to the stage. We also hire 247 actors, directors, designers and technicians during the season. These artists are both local talent and nationally recognized leaders in their field.

FABLE: Triad Stage will move to the new Performing Arts Center. FACT: Triad Stage owns and operates two buildings — the theater and

administrative offices at 232 South Elm Street and the Scene Shop on Holbrook Street. Triad Stage will continue to build, create and perform in these spaces as well as our new space in Winston-Salem at the Hanesbrands Theatre.

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Annual Campaign Contributors Triad Stage wishes to thank the following individuals, corporations and foundations who have contributed generously to our 2013-2014 Annual Campaign. Annual Campaign contributors as of May 20, 2014 * Donors who have renewed commitments for 2014

PRODUCERS CIRCLE ($10,000+) Cemala Foundation City of Greensboro Clem & Hayes Clement* Hillsdale Fund Kyle Jackson, MD* Kathy Manning & Randall Kaplan* The Shubert Arts Foundation

Robert Strickland Family Foundation* Linda & Tom Sloan* Pam & David Sprinkle* Susan & Eric Wiseman* The Honorable Aldona Wos & Mr. Louis DeJoy

CENTER STAGE ($5,000–$9,999) Anonymous* Lindsey & Frank Auman* Betty & Jim Becher Steve & Jackie Bell* Joseph M. Bryan, Jr.* Pat & Pete Cross Rob DaVanzo* The John G.B., Jr. and Jane R. Ellison Family Foundation Haynes & Ginger Griffin*

Maureen & Bob Ihrie* Tobee & Leonard Kaplan J.A. King & Company Kathryn & Bobby Long Marge Michel Mindy & Chad Oakley* Sylvia & Norman Samet* Bill Soles* Harrison & Martha Turner*

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Ron Johnson & Bill Roane* Barbara Kretzer* Ernest & Shelby Lane* Carol & Seymour Levin* Bob & Donna Newton* Julie Olin* Richard A. Parker Margaret Penn* Debby L. Reynolds* Roberts Family Foundation* Dabney & Walker Sanders* Kay Stern* Ruthie & Alan Tutterow* Jane & Jonathan Ward 42


STAGE HAND ($1,000–$2,499) Anonymous (2)* Kate R. Barrett* Betty & Dennis Barry* Marianne & Jim Bennett* Joe Brantley* Carol & Jeff Burgess* Joann & Bill Cassell Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro Sally & Alan Cone* Carol & David DeVries* Susie & Rasmus Fenger Dionis & Gordon Griffin Rusty & Van Gunter* Beth Harrington* David Hemm T. Henry & Dell B. Wilson Family Fund Bill & Hoppy Hervey* Tomasita & Sam Jacubowitz* David & Emily Johnston* Matt & Kathy Kottyan Preston Lane* Michael Lewis Sue & Neil Lutins* Christopher Mattern

Misty McCall Judy & Dan McGinn Kellie Melinda* Jane & Dan Moore Cissy & Bill Parham* The Poteat-Smiths Kim & Todd Rangel* Tim & Carolynn Rice John Riley* Nancy & Frederick Sharpless Kim & Bassam Smir* Pat & Gordon Soenksen* Amy Speas* Paula Stober & Bill Bucklen Willie Taylor* May Toms* The Thomas Ralph Wear III Family* Katie & Randall White Len & Judy White* Courtney & Richard Whittington* Judy & Bob Wicker* Woodruff Family Law Group* Lynn Wooten & Paul Russ* Ann & Ben Zuraw

GALLERY ($500–$999) Mr. & Mrs. Bruce M. Babcock* Mary Katherine & Durant Bell Annette Benson* Tony & Barbara Blake* Phil Barrineau* Bill & Gay Bowman* Dr. Steven Case Lori & Murray Clayton Sherry Dickstein & Kurt Lauenstein Mylene & Andy Duffy Pierce & Lynn Egerton Bert & Debbie Fields Patti & Douglass Gilbert* Bob Hansen* Tony Hooimeijer & Cynthia Soemita* Susan Ireton & Valerie Leschber* Rep. Maggie Jeffus & Ted Thompson Olive B. & William W. Jordan Amy & John Kelly * Ray & Doris Kiszely* Harriette & Bob Knox* Lex & Brent Kulman

Greg & Barb Laskow Carroll Leggett Mimi Levin* Connie Mahan Judy & Dan McGinn Rob & Karen Melhem* Jane & Dan Moore* Peg & Skip Moore* Linda Mortenson Nancy Napier Jane & Ron Norwood* Elizabeth Palmer David & April Parker Tim & Denise Pastoor Lloyd & Jane Peterson* Nancy & Ed Pleasants Donna & Don Pulitzer Sheri & Ray Raymer David & Claudia Reich* Carol & Russell Remy Dee & Jason Roghelia Kelly Sigle 43


GALLERY (continued) Jim & Linda Starmer* Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Stone Charlotte A. Straney Tom & Maggie Styers* Mark Tarnacki Ernestine & Stuart Taylor* Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Tew

Burke & Trinh Thompson Mary & Will Truslow Jeff & Shirley Vestal Jim & Michelle Walter Jack & Karen Whiteside* Michael Wilson Carmen & Robert Wood*

PATRON ($250–$499) Richard Allen Gary & Linda Anderson Bud & Betsy Bain Dee & Wes Bartlett* Angela Bensberg Mary & Frank Biggerstaff Janet Ward Black & Gerard Davidson* Louise & Jerry Boothby* Dora & Bruce Brodie Joe & Kate Brower Patrick & Elizabeth Burns Terry Brown & Jerry Cunningham* Lynda Brown Clifford* Sallie & Jim Clotfelter Harvey Colchamiro Benita & Ron Cole CompuSystems Betty Cone Doug & Jean Copeland Phyllis H. Dunning* Mr. & Mrs. Barry Eisenberg Grace Ellis Pete & Sandra Ennever Richard & Nancy Evans Ellen & Gary Fischer Jim & Dana Fisher* Suzanne Goddard Kay & Chip Hagan Melinda Hamrick* Sherry & Bob Harris* Cindi & Dave Hewitt* Nancy Hoffmann Sam & Anne Hummel* Carroll Johnson Kenneth & Christina Johnson* Randall T. Johnson* Ken & Ginger Karb* Carole Keeler* Diana & William Knox* Robin & Tim Lane

Louise & Bill Latture* Marilyn & John Lauritzen Ronald & Kimberly Lawrence Ms. Cathy Levinson Victor Lindsley & Jim Battinelli Mr. & Mrs. George L. Little, Jr. Sandra & Francis LoNano* Ernest J. Lunsford Denise Lute Nancy Y. Madden* David & Kathy Mazzola Bonnie & Dan McAlister* Amanda McGehee* Cathleen & Ray McKinney* Jim & Fray Metcalfe Jane Tucker Mitchell Christine Morris & Jeffery West Julia M. Morton Eberhard Mueller-Heubach* Al & Linda Munns* Maureen & Doug Murray Jane & Ron Norwood Marion O’Brien Lynne & Glenn Ogden* William Osborne* Meredith & Gary Piatt Dr. & Mrs. William R. Rogers* The Rose Family Susan Samuelson Beatrice Schall* Susan & Jerry Schwartz* Matthew Sergio & Steve Stonecypher* Donna & Mark Shapiro* Phyllis Shavitz Misa & Alex Shuford* Kathleen Smith* Melanie R. Soles* Michiko Stavert* Christine Stinson Adeline & David Talbot 44


PATRON (continued) Suzanne & Tom Tilley Bryan & Billie Toney* Davis & Lisa Vu Susan B. Wall Dr. Cindy Wall Sarwi James & Barbara Walls B.J. Weatherby & Verne Nielsen* Weaver Foundation

Katherine & Mike Weaver David Westfall & Barbara Ann Peters* Jeff White & Mary Dubuisson Jim Wilkie W. Fred Williams Carmen & Robert Wood* Nancy Young Richard & Jeanne Young

FRIEND ($100–$249) Anonymous (4)* Rose & Victor Ackermann Sophie & Eric Adamson* Hattie & John Aderholdt* Janet Allard & Josh Foldy Gary & Linda Anderson Leanne Angell Margaret & Howard Arbuckle III Jane Ariail* Kay & R.B. Arthur* Mr. & Mrs. Carl C. Ashby Led & Sally Austin* Sherry Barr Bill & Laura Barrier Deb Bartz & James Peterson Laverne M. Bass Susan & Richard Beard Shari & Richard Beavers Sally & Fred Beck Arnette E. Beverly, PhD* Deb Bell & Keith Cushman Elizabeth Bell Catherine & Peter Bergstrom* Robert Beseda Kate Black William (Hugh) Black Jr. Judy Blake* J. Roger & Jackie E. Brown Alex & Maureen Burns* Nancy Cameron* Julia Smith Capone John Carney Kathy & Bill Cissna* Pat Clark Louann A. Clarke Elizabeth & Thomas Clary Faye & Michael Collins* Diane Conrad* Pat W. Copeland

Ross & Debbie Cox Mr. & Mrs. David Craft William F. Cromartie Jennifer & John Cross Catherine Crowder Gail & Bruce Crozier Larry & JoAnn Currie Linda Cykert Larry Davis Gerald & Marge Doty Pam & Alan Duncan Debra Dykes Mona & Emanuel Edwards Nancy & Jim Edwards Jean & Robert Finley Larry French* Dr. Deborah Friedman* Robert W. Fuller Denise Gabriel Silvia & Thomas Gahm* Felice Gavin Myra & John Gebbie* Mary Ann & Allen Gerhard Mr. & Mrs. Edward N. Gideon, Jr. Betty Godwin Terri & Robert Goldberg A Happy Birthday to Dr. Willie L Taylor Guilford College Art Appreciation Club Patricia Gutzwiller & Alan Spiewak Jay & Deb Gyure Libby Haile & Donald Martin Mark & Linda Hale Barbara Hall Marty & Porter Halyburton Janis Hammett Brenda C. Hampton Ron & Becky Hampton Susan Hanks* Anne & Bill Hardin 45


FRIEND (continued) Karyn Harrell & Cindy Kimbrell, DVMs* Jerry & Melissa Harrelson* Cyril & Judith Harvey Hon. & Mrs. A. Robinson Hassell Angela Hays Dr. & Mrs. Joseph R. Hedgpeth* Sue & Doug Henderson Pat Hester Wes & Rose Hood* David & Rodna Hurewitz* Sallie & Hoke Huss Judith Hyman* IHO Linda Carlisle* IHO Holly Chambers & Rick Steedle Dell & Frank James Joia Johnson Marcia & Orton Jones Denny Kelly & Lou Bouvier Sue & Jim Kennedy Milton Kern Eleanor & John Ketcham* Jennifer Killingsworth Robert Kilpatrick & Jackie Palmer Martha & Charles Kirkman* Bonnie & John Knab Virginia & David Knox Bob & Levina Kollar Kelly Krantz Derek Krueger & Gene Rogers Donna & Tom Lambeth Hugh & Anita Lawson Eric Lee Carolyn C. Lester* Michele & Pat Levy Grey W. Lineweaver Annabel Link* Mandy Lotz in honor of Sherry Barr Jack & Judy MacDowall* Mary & Gustav Magrinat Marcy Maury Bud & Reba Maxson* Tom & Marilou May Donald & Eleanor McCrickard* Angus & Wynn McGregor Jim & Joyce McKenzie Carol H. Melvin* Benedicte & Christian Mengel* Cliff & Kathryn Miller Gary & Nancy Miller*

Robert & Bonnie Miller Hal & Amy Mohorn Diane P. Monnier Agnes & David M. Moore II* Barbara & Bill Moran Donna Moran & Garnett Hughes Ninevah & Dan Murray The Nashes Judith ( J. T.) Nebenzahl Floyd & Joann Nesbitt Karol & John Neufeld* Margaret & Vernon Newlin* Gaynelle Bass Nichols John & Emily Odom David Olson Zack & Nancy Osborne* Nancy Oschell Jill A. Painter* Caroline Panzer* Dorothy Peters Paula F. Pierce Roger & Nan Poplin William & Lee Presson Margaret Y. Price Jesse Pugh* Jay Putnam Wendell & Phoenix Putney Kathy Ramsay Betsy & Bill Raulerson Peter Reyher* Kat Rice & Grumpy Allen Ridenour George & Bobbie Roberts Carla & Stephen Robinson Ms. Cary Root Margaret Rowlett & David Gilbert Debbie & Eugene Russell* Nancy & Jim Sands Bill & Jayne Satterfield Robin & Connie Saul Bill & Barb Sharpe Lee & Mary Ellen Shiflett Sandra & Wayne Shugart* David & Diane Smith Kathryn & R. C. Smith* Beverly & Lawrence Snively Laurey Solomon Suci Sorensen* Donna Speas 46


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Officers

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Kathy E. Manning, Chair Mindy Oakley, Vice Chair Susan Schwartz, Vice Chair Tom Styers, Treasurer Holly Chambers, Secretary Alan Tutterow, Immediate Past Chair Linda Sloan, Founding Chair Preston Lane, Artistic Director Richard Whittington, Managing Director

Richard Whittington, Managing Director Jason Bogden, Business Manager Robin Campbell, Company Manager Cedric Blue II, Development Assistant

Members at Large

Audience Services

Marketing & Communications Megan Mabry, Marketing & Social Media Manager Kim Doty, Marketing Assistant Anna Lowe, Greensboro Marketing Intern

Kate Barrett, Jeb Brooks, Linda Carlisle, Craig Carlock, D. Hayes Clement, Lynda Clifford, Jim Fisher, Chris Hobson, Tomasita Jacubowitz, Christina Johnson, John Kelly, Dan McAlister, Donna Newton, Julie Olin, Cissy Parham, Margaret Penn, Todd Rangel, Debby L. Reynolds, Paul Russ, Dabney Sanders, Tom Sloan, Kathleen Smith, Amy Speas, Ernestine Taylor

Sherry Barr, Director of Audience Services Justin Nichols, Box Office Manager Amanda Waterhouse, Assistant Box Office Manager Teresa Clifton, House Manager Joseph Rollins, UpStage Cabaret House Manager Anna Lowe, Bonnie Pachasa, Ainsley Patterson, Joseph Rollins, Rachel Rutz, Box Office Associates Carrie Miller, Bar Staff Janita Colbert, UpStage Cabaret Bartender

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Nick Rutz, Technical Director Emily J. Mails, Resident Stage Manager Eric Hart, Properties Master Kathleen Ludwig, Costume Shop Manager Liz Stewart, Master Electrician Jonathan Fredette, Sound Supervisor Amanda Warriner, Lead Carpenter Andrew Landon Cutler, Wardrobe Supervisor Mary Beth Pazdernik, Stitcher/Rentals Coordinator Lisa Bledsoe, Props Assistant Matt Hirst, Sound Assistant

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John Pizzarelli, vocals Nate Beversluis, conductor

June 13, 2014 Friday, 8pm

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House Rules and Other Helpful Information •

No food is permitted inside The MainStage Theater. Drinks are permitted, but not in glass bottles or in cups with ice. No outside food or drink is permitted inside The UpStage Cabaret. If you have any questions, please ask the bartender or House Manager for clarification.

Smoking is prohibited throughout the building.

Latecomers are seated at the discretion of the House Manager.

All electronic devices, such as pagers, beepers, cellular phones and watch alarms must be turned off prior to the performance.

Patrons cannot be paged during the performance. Pagers and beepers may be checked with the House Manager, who will notify the patron in case of an emergency.

Listening assistance devices are available at our 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).

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 greatgrandchildren of the Kaplan family with whom she shared her love, wisdom and joy of life.

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