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BEAUTIFUL STAR Written and Originally Directed by Preston Lane Original Music and Music Direction by Laurelyn Dossett Directed by Katie Chidester Scenic Design by Robin Vest
Costume Design by Deborah Bell
Lighting Design by Ken White
Sound Design by Taylor Dankovich
Resident Movement Coach Denise Gabriel
Resident Vocal Coach Christine Morris
Casting by Cindi Rush Casting
Production Manager Liza Vest
Stage Manager Emily J. Mails*
Production Sponsors Graffiti Ads and Piedmont Natural Gas Beautiful Star: An Appalachian Nativity was commissioned and originally produced by Triad Stage, Greensboro, NC (Preston Lane, Artistic Director; Richard Whittington, Managing Director). Beautiful Star: An Appalachian Nativity is published by Playscripts, Inc., New York. All rights reserved.
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(in alphabetical order) Tidence Ledbetter...................................................................... Greg Brostrom* Ethel Green...................................................................................Erin Burniston* Franklin Duncan ..........................................................................Bryant Carroll* Vernon Sparks ............................................................................Lawrence Evans* Rev. Roy Ledbetter...................................................Carroll Michael Johnson* Myrtle Ledbetter ............................................ Emma-Claire Frances Johnson Shelly Ledbetter ........................................................................ Lauren Redding Ricky Eggars ...........................................................................................Nick Relos Vestina Ledbetter.....................................................................Cinny Strickland* Linda Green................................................................ Camille Pepper Varenne Paul Sparks ....................................................................................... Erik Winfield The Beautiful Star Band .......................................................... Laurelyn Dossett Gailanne Amundsen Ric Robertson Stage Manager ............................................................................... Emily J. Mails*
The sanctuary of the Open Heart Community Fellowship in the mountains of North Carolina. A December evening in the present day. SONGS ACT I That Beautiful Star † By His Heart and By His Hand † Back to the Garden/The Tempter † Old Ark’s A-Moverin’ I Got a Home in that Rock Climbing to Moriah † Rise Up Shepherds
ACT II Early on One Christmas Morn Be Not Afraid † Back to the Garden/Prince of all Darkness † The Stable Shed † Hush Child and Sleep † O Holy Night That Beautiful Star (reprise)
† By Laurelyn Dossett, Pleasant Garden Music, ASCAP. All others traditional. 5
Greg Brostrom* (Tidence Ledbetter) is thrilled to be making his Triad Stage debut in such a beautiful production. Regional: Fly (Cincinnati Playhouse, St. Louis Repertory Theatre, Florida Studio Theatre); A Christmas Carol (Kansas City Repertory Theatre); The Wrestling Season (Coterie Theatre). NYC: English Only!; Ghost Light; Home Church Play; Savage in Limbo. Film/TV: Hostages (CBS); Power (Starz); The Kite (Columbia); The Good Neighbor; Works in Progress. Tours: Cyrano de Bergerac (National Theatre for Arts and Education). Education: MFA, University of Missouri-Kansas City. Erin Burniston* (Ethel Green) Triad Stage: Beautiful Star (2015). Regional: La Cage aux Folles (Goodspeed Opera House); Gypsy (Chicago Shakespeare Theater); Somewhere In Time (Portland Center Stage); Spring Awakening (Media Theatre); George M! (Westchester Broadway Theatre); Hello Dolly!, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, George M! (Gretna Theatre). Tours: Spring Awakening (Ensemble, Wendla u/s, Dance Captain). Film/TV: Blue Bloods. Education: BFA Music Theatre, Elon University. Bryant Carroll* (Franklin Duncan) is very excited to be making his Triad Stage debut in Beautiful Star. His Broadway credits include original cast member of Footloose and 2001’s Hair revival at City Center. TV credits: HAPPYISH (Showtime), Dare Devil and Boardwalk Empire. Recently he finished starring in two short films, Animals and God’s Country, which are both festival-bound. He is also one half of Triumvirate Productions which produces original plays and films. Lawrence Evans* (Vernon Sparks) Triad Stage: Fences. Regional: Crumbs from the Table of Joy (Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse); One Man, Two Guvnors; Ruined (Florida Studio Theatre); Clybourne Park, A Soldier’s Play, (Arkansas Repertory Theatre); Rip.Tied (freeFall Theatre); Take Me Out (Caldwell Theatre Company); Charlotte Repertory Theatre; North Carolina Black Repertory Company; Short North Stage. National tours: And Still I Rise (written and directed by Maya Angelou); Camp Logan; The Sweet Spot. Television: All My Children, Another World, Ryan’s Hope, As the World Turns, One Life to Live, The Good Wife, Law & Order. Film: State Property II, The Devil Wears Prada. Studied theatre at Jackson State University and the University of Michigan. Carroll Michael Johnson* (Rev. Roy Ledbetter) Triad Stage: Common Enemy, Tennessee Playboy, Beautiful Star (2006-09, 2015), 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); Wait Until Dark, The Norman Conquests, The Mousetrap (Barn Dinner Theatre). Education: MFA, UNCG. Other: Adjunct professor in the Performing Arts Department at Elon University.
Emma-Claire Frances Johnson (Myrtle Ledbetter) Triad Stage: Beautiful Star: An Appalachian Nativity (2015). Emma-Claire is currently a 6th grade student at The Academy at Lincoln, Performing Arts Magnet. She is a member of the Youth Camerata ensemble with the Greensboro Youth Symphony as a violinist. This is her second year with the GYSO. Lauren Redding (Shelly Ledbetter) Triad Stage: Beautiful Star: An Appalachian Nativity (2015). Regional: Seussical ( Junior Theatre Festival 2013). Local: Mary Poppins (High Point Community Theatre 2016); Wizard of Oz (2012-2014), Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, Sleeping Beauty Kids, The Little Mermaid Kids (Community Theatre of Greensboro); Annie (High Point Community Theatre 2013). Training: Centerstage Theatre Troupe 2012-2013. Nick Relos◊ (Ricky Eggers) is excited to be a part of Beautiful Star and fortunate that he is sharing his first show at Triad Stage with such a loving and talented ensemble. He is in his third year at UNCG where he is getting his BFA in Acting. His most recent performances at UNCG include From Up Here, Almost Maine, and Cabaret. Other recent performances include 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee and The Rocky Horror Picture Show at Open Space Theatre. Cinny Strickland* (Vestina Ledbetter) Triad Stage: Common Enemy, Snow Queen (2013-2014), All’s Well that Ends Well, Steel Magnolias, Providence Gap, Beautiful Star (2006-2009, 2015). 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: 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. Camille Pepper Varenne (Linda Green) Triad Stage debut. Regional: Wizard of Oz (2015), James and the Giant Peach (Community Theatre of Greensboro); Beauty and the Beast (Greensboro Performing Arts). Camille attends 3rd Grade at Sternberger Elementary School. She also enjoys dance and horseback riding. Erik Winfield (Paul Sparks) Triad Stage: Beautiful Star (2015). Local: Beauty and the Pirate Beast (Short Tales for Kids 2014); Joe Turner’s Come and Gone (UNCG 2015); Caroline or Change (UNCG 2016). Erik is a student at Jackson Middle School. He plays in the orchestra at his school and is a strong-minded person.
The Beautiful Star Band Laurelyn Dossett (Musician/Composer/Music Director) 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. Gailanne Amundsen (Musician) has been playing a variety of stringed instruments since her Florida childhood, winning the first of many competitions when she was just nine. She has been both the Florida and Tennessee State Fiddle Champion, and won the Songwriting Award at the Appalachian String Band Festival. Her band Jubal’s Kin has won multiple Independent Music Awards and has toured internationally. She is currently touring and recording with The Buck Stops Here and Jubal’s Kin. In 2016 she will release her first solo CD, as well as The Carter Family Project produced by John Carter Cash, and a new CD from Jubal’s Kin, The Son of Amund. Ric Robertson (Musician) is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter originally from Greensboro, NC, living in New Orleans. His distinct vocal style combines influences ranging from Otis Redding to Red Allen, and his songwriting craft likewise covers ground from Dr. John to John Prine. He was a founding member of the supercharged Americana group The Rondo Rigs, and is currently working on his debut solo album of orginial songs. Keep up with Ric’s music and tour dates at www.ricrobertsonmusic.com.
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Katie Chidester (Director) Triad Stage (Assist. Director): Don Juan, Beautiful Star (2015), Common Enemy, Abundance. Regional: Machinal (Long Beach Playhouse); The Miss Julie Dream Project (Son of Semele Theatre); American Buffalo (Stages Theater); The Last Temptation of Paula Deen (The Lounge, Hollywood); Sans Merci (The Garage); Buried Child, bash: the latterday plays, Art, Beauty Queen of Leenane (The Hunger Artists Theater Co.). Educational: Cloud 9, Les Liaisions Dangereuses (UNCG). Directors Lab West (2014), Yale Summer Cabaret (2001) SDCF Observership Candidate (2016/17). Education: MFA Directing, UNCG; BA Theatre Arts, University of Southern California. www. katiechidester.com Robin Vest§ (Scenic Designer) Triad Stage: The Mystery of Irma Vep, Beautiful Star (2015); Abundance; Crimes of the Heart; All’s Well That Ends Well; Mirandolina; The Rainmaker; Dracula; The Diary of Anne Frank; Brother Wolf (2006); The Little Foxes; Bell, Book and Candle; 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. Deborah Bell◊ (Costume Designer) Triad Stage: Beautiful Star (2015), 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. Ken White ◊ (Lighting Designer) Triad Stage: Beautiful Star (2015). International: Dante (Edinburg Fringe Festival). Film: Pitch Perfect (Regional Competition – Theatrical Lighting Designer and cameo). Regional/Local: August: Osage County, A Free Man of Color (Swine Palace); Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre); Vanessa (LSU Opera); The Full Monty (The Arkansas Repertory Theatre); Galileo Galilei (UNCG Opera); Twelfth Night (UNCG Theatre). Education: MFA, University of Texas at Austin. UNCG Department of Theatre faculty. Taylor Dankovich◉ (Sound Designer) Triad Stage: Radiunt Abundunt, Beautiful Star (2015), Wit. Regional: Oklahoma!, Mary Poppins, Big Fish, Billy Elliot, Les Miserables, The Little Mermaid, Spamalot, A Little Night Music (Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma – Audio Technician); Pinkalicious The Musical, With Two Wings, James and the Giant Peach, A Year with Frog and Toad, The Wiz (Hangar Theatre – Assistant Sound Designer). Local: Child’s Play, Spinning Jenny, Two Rooms (Atlantic Stage – Sound Designer). Educational: Boeing-Boeing, Lost in Yonkers, Intimate Apparel, The Rocky Horror Show, The Shape Of Things, Into The Woods, Hair, Metamorphoses, She Loves Me. Education: First Year Sound Design MFA Candidate at UNC School of the Arts; BFA, Coastal Carolina University. 9
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’s Upstage Cabaret include: Diary of a Madman (Robert Bowman, Living Pictures UK) and Desire Under the Elms (AbrahamseMeyer 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, 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. Christine Morris◊ (Resident Vocal Coach) At Triad Stage since 2006, where coaching has included dialects for The Glass Menagerie, Shipwrecked, Snow Queen, Dirty Blonde, Abundance and many others, and voice/text for All’s Well That Ends Well. Other coaching: A Thousand Clowns (starring Tom Selleck); Kudzu (with The Red Clay Ramblers); and Sheridan’s The Critic at American Players Theatre in Wisconsin. Also an actor, roles at Triad Stage include: Silda Grauman in Other Desert Cities, Taw Avery in New Music: Better Days, Cordie Grindstaff in Providence Gap; Marthy Owen in Anna Christie. Christine is an Associate Professor at UNCG and holds memberships in the Actors’ Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, and Voice and Speech Trainers Association (VASTA). 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: Arms and the Man, Don Juan, Radiunt Abundunt, Beautiful Star: An Appalachian Nativity (2015), 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. * 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. ◉ Faculty Member or student at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. §Member of USA (United Scenic Artists) ∞Member of SDC (Stage Directors and Choreographers) 10
TRIAD STAGE CO-FOUNDERS Preston Lane◊ (Playwright & Triad Stage Founding Artistic Director) is in his 15th season at Triad Stage where he has directed over 50 productions. Preston is 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 and Snow Queen. 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. Richard Whittington◊ (Triad Stage Founding Managing Director) 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. 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. 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 is a 2016 Artist in Residence at UNCG.
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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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 November 8, 2016 PRODUCERS CIRCLE ($10,000+) The Arts Council of WinstonSalem & Forsyth County ArtsGreensboro Suzanne & Bud Baker Bank of North Carolina The Carroll Companies Vanessa & Roy Carroll Cemala Foundation Clem & Hayes Clement Aldona Wos & 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 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 The Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro Rebecca & Rick Craig Anna Reilly & Matt Cullinan Jean & Ralph Davison First Tennessee Bank Frank L. Blum Construction Company Christine & Chris Hobson Laura & Alan Irvin Barbara Kretzer Shelby & Ernest Lane Carol & Seymour Levin Sue & Neil Lutins Donna & Robert Newton Mindy & Chad Oakley Julie Olin 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 34
STAGE HAND ($1,000–$2,499) Anonymous American Premium Beverage James M. Torrey & Ellen P. Ashley Phil Barrineau Betty & Dennis Barry Robert D. Benson Joanne Bluethenthal Joseph M. Brantley, III Lynn & Scott Brogan Paula Stober & Bill Bucklen Carol & Jeff Burgess Janis & Marc Bush Dorothy Wilson Chappell Lynda Brown Clifford in honor of Bryan Conger Pat & Pete Cross Candace & Roger Cummings Barbara & Michael Curry Carol & David DeVries Susie & Rasmus Fenger Rusty & Van Gunter Kelley & Drew Hancock Beth Harrington Tomasita & Sam Jacubowitz Joia Johnson Emily & David Johnston Vicky & Terry Larkin Dr. Ranja Sharma & Mr. Stacy Lawson Kathy & Mike Lewis Kelly Sigle & George Marple Cathleen & Ray McKinney Victoria & Ron Milstein Barbara R. Morgenstern Randi Palmer Cissy & Bill Parham 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 Len & Judy White
Judy & Bob Wicker Woodruff Family Law Group GALLERY ($500–$999) Alicia & Bill Allred Ben Baker Annette Benson Catherine & Peter Bergstrom Bill & Gay Bowman Kenneth L. Caneva Leanne Willis & James Caress Craft Insurance Fran DeChurch & Hugh Fraser Marsha Ferree & Mike Gering Dionis & Gordon Griffin Hanes-Lineberry Funeral Homes Nancy Hoffmann Cynthia Soemita & Tony Hooimeijer Betsey & David Horth Heather & Jay Jahnes Maggie Jeffus Ashley & Frankie Jones Howard Jones Constance Kilpatrick Leigh Ann & Steve Klee Harriette & Bob Knox Greg & Barb Laskow Sherry Dickstein & Kurt Lauenstein Susan Ireton & Valerie Leschber Mimi Levin Susan & George Little Judy & Dan McGinn Jane & Dan Moore Rod & Linda Mortenson Eberhard Mueller-Heubach Nancy & Brian Napier Jane & Ron Norwood Jane & Lloyd Peterson Susan & Jim Phillips Barbara & Dale Phipps Claudia Babb Reich Lynn Wooten & Paul Russ Marlene Sanford Heather & Mark Setzler Kim & Bassam Smir Shaun Edward Stewart Fund Charlotte A. Straney Maggie & Tom Styers Rebecca Taylor Mary & Will Truslow Katherine & Mike Weaver Carmen & Bob Wood
Beverly & Pat Wright 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 Kathy Cissna Lori & Murray Clayton Sallie & Jim Clotfelter Irene & Irv Cohen Harvey Colchamiro Faye & Michael Collins Jean & Doug Copeland John Crump Janet Ward Black & Gerard Davidson Pam & Alan Duncan Phyllis Dunning Karen M. Dyer Nancy & Richard Evans Bert & Debbie Fields Karen A. & J. Ronald Gaffé Kathy & Jim Gallucci Kay & Chip Hagan Melinda Hamrick Sherry & Bob Harris 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 JSCI – Daniel Revita Custom Clothiers Ginger & Ken Karb Amy & John Kelly Ray & Doris Kiszely Steve & Sarah Kivett 35
Diana Knox Louise & Bill Latture Marilyn & John Lauritzen Albert P. Lochra Nancy Y. Madden Connie Mahan Laura & Tim Maher Johanna & George Martin Bonnie & Dan McAlister Amanda McGehee Dolly McGinn Peg & Skip Moore Linda & Al Munns B.J. Weatherby & Verne Nielsen Lynne & Glenn Ogden in honor of Karen Krone William Osborne April & David Parker in memory of Tobee Kaplan 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 Kathleen Smith Beverly & Lawrence Snively Sonitrol Security of the Triad Michiko Stavert Matthew Sergio & Steve Stonecypher Steve Sumerford Suzanne & Tom Tilley Bryan & Billie Toney Jody & Mike Troxler Susan B. Wall Christine Morris & Jeffery West Barbara Ann Peters & David Westfall Ronnie L. Willard Michael & Sue Wilson Karen & Jack Whiteside Carol & Tom Wood Nancy N. Young FRIEND ($100–$249) Anonymous (4) Clare & Mike Abel John & Virginia Achey Rose & Victor Ackermann Daryl B. Adams Sophie & Eric Adamson
Martha Albertson Jill Amidon-Strickland Leanne Angell Margaret & Howard Arbuckle Rob & Pat Arnett Alexa Aycock Bruce M. Babcock Terry Ball John & Laurie Barber Sherry Barr Dee & Wes Bartlett Laverne M. Bass Jerry & Milton Bates Sally & Fred Beck Vivienne Benesch Anna Berdahl Marty Bergman Kate Black Dr. Treana A. Bowling Susan & Scott Brady David Breeden Jordan Bressler Marie & Tom Brown Cheryl & Richard Bullard Christel Bullock Maureen Burns Noel & Beth Burt Nancy Cameron Myrna Carlock Hodges & Joe Carroll Amanda Clark Louann A. Clarke Diane Conrad Pat W. Copeland Janet & David Craft Gail & Bruce Crozier Larry Davis Dr. & Mrs. Charles Delcambre Georgetta Denhardt Emanuel Diamond Marie Dow Jack & Kathi Dubel Debra Dykes Lexi & John Eagles James & Nancy Edwards Grace Ellis Linda Erickson Peggy Fersner Becky Fligel Alane & William Frakes Marcia Freed Gerald Freedman Dr. Deborah Friedman Bonnie & Martin Gallo Nancy S. Garner Allen & Mary Ann Gerhard
Marilyn & Edward Gideon Margaret Rowlett & David Gilbert Wilma Glick Betty Godwin Terri & Robert Goldberg Celeste Gonzalez Cecilia & Geoffrey Gregg Linda & A.J. Grogan Christy Gumbiner Linda & Mark Hale David Cohen & Judy 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 Angela Hays Janet Hendley Pat & Dana Hester Carolyn & Ed Hines Fay & Mike Hoggard Mary Louise Smith & Cheryl Hopkins Donald A. Smith & Kembra Howdeshell Barbara Hughes Rodna & David Hurewitz Judith Hyman Frances & Jim Jochum Bob Johannesen Jenna & Henry Johnson Christine Jones Shelley & Charles Kappauf Sue & Jim Keith Justin Nichols & Ryan Kelly Milton Kern Robert H. Kilpatrick Karyn Harrell & Cindy Kimbrell, DVMs Martha & Charles Kirkman Suzannah Kleese Stephanie & Phil Kretz Robin & Tim Lane Elisabeth Lavender Eric Lee Carolyn C. Lester Michele & Pat Levy Annabel Link Clarence Lloyd, Jr., M.D. Kathleen McGinley & Jose R. Lopez 36
Pat Lord 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 Angus & Wynn McGregor Joyce & Jim McKenzie Carol H. Melvin Benedicte & Christian Mengel Nancy & Gary Miller Ann & Harold Moag Barbara & Bill Moran Claire Morse Margie & Jay Motsinger Sharon A. Rimm & Robert G. Muecke Ninevah & Dan Murray John & Jenny Naples Nash Family Neese Material Supply Julie & Tom Nelson Margaret & Vernon Newlin Tog & Michael Newman Gaynelle Nichols Cathy & John Nosek Zack & Nancy Osborne Cathy & Ray Owen Carolyn Panzer Marci & Grady Peace Andy Stern & Judy Pellarin Jack & Mary Pentz Nancy & Gordon Peterson Richard Peterson Paula Pierce John Poole Roger & Nan Poplin Agnes Preston-Brame Eleanor Procton Barbara & Robert Purdie Wendell & Phoenix Putney Fern Ragan Kathryn L. Ramsay Kim Record Susan & Bill Ridenour Robert Riehle Jennifer & Tommy Robards George & Bobbie Roberts
Brad Johnson & Jason Robertson Ruth & Lloyd Roghelia Cary Root Debbie & Eugene Russell Jim & Nancy Sands Sara Lee & Paul Saperstein Kathryn Lochra & Rett Saslow Beatrice Schall Susan & Jerry Schwartz Mary Ellen & Lee Shiflett Sandra & Wayne Shugart Joyce & Bob Shuman Paul Siceloff John Small Claude & Tamara Smith Kathryn & R. C. Smith Suci Sorensen Patricia Gutzwiller & Alan Spiewak Marylou & Glenn Strohl Janice & John Sullivan Joan Sullivan in loving memory of John L. Sullivan
Florence Sutler Frieda Taylor Julie & Tom Taylor Mrs. Lee Templeton Jean L. Toms Melanie & Charles Tuttle Diane & Gary Upham P. Whitney Vanderwerff Whitney G. Vanderwerff Liza Vest Kristina Voy Robert C. Walker John & Laura Warren Peggy & Leon Wessel Barbara & Butch Williams Bob G. Williams Chris Williams Cindy & Ken Williams 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 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.”
PUMP BOYS AND DINETTES, 2014
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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 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, Samantha Magill, Dan McAlister, Cathleen McKinney, Justin Outling, Cissy Parham, Erica Parker, Nancy Peterson, John Poole, Todd Rangel, Paul Russ, Kathleen Smith, Ken Steele, 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 Production Liza Vest, Production Manager Emily J. Mails, Resident Stage Manager Chris Simpson, Technical Director 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 Alex Boyt, Production Management Apprentice Augustino Gamboa, Carpentry Apprentice Mackenzie Cunningham, Props Apprentice Jane Reichard, Costume Apprentice/Wardrobe Supervisor
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, Jason Wenker 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 beautiful star Kamilah Bush, Assistant Director Caroline Stamm, Rose Figueroa, Assistant Stage Managers Riva Fairhall, Assistant Scenic Designer Jordan Garon, Light Board Programmer Bobby Pittman, Sound Board Operator Maria Wurttele, Sound Engineer Angelina Rodriguez, Mary Crockett, Scenic Artists Sarah Sparks, Dresser Ashley Dick, Substitute Dresser Nick Chimienti, Danielle Hopkins, Daniel Jenkins, Joshua Kellum, Run Crew 38
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SERIES FEATURED EVENTS: Lynn Harrell, cellist
Winning the War, Winning the Peace
University Performing Arts Series Dec. 3, 8:00pm School of Music Recital Hall
1917: Illusions of Peace, Realities of War
with University Symphony Orchestra Dec. 2, 7:30pm UNCG Auditorium
War on the Silver Screen: Lost Boys of Sudan Dec. 9, 7:00pm Greensboro Public Library Central Library
Feb. 13 - 17 Moore Humanities and Research Administration Bldg. 1607
Feb. 16, 7:00pm Moore Humanities and Research Administration Building
Feb. 16 - 26, various Taylor Theatre
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration 2017
Verdiâ€™s Requiem: UNCG Symphony Orchestra, Choris and Soloists with original artwork
Jan. 21, 7:00pm UNCG Auditorium
Feb. 24, 8:00pm UNCG Auditorium
Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company University Performing Arts Series Feb. 3, 8:00pm UNCG Auditorium
For the End of time: Holocaust Memorial Concert Feb. 26, 3:30pm School of Music Recital Hall
EXPLORE. ENGAGE. ENVISION. for more information about events, visit:
warandpeace.uncg.edu DOWNLOAD THE APP!
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Published on Nov 22, 2016
Written and originally directed by Preston Lane. Original music by Laurelyn Dossett. Directed by Katie Chidester. November 25 - December 24...