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THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST by Oscar Wilde SEP 14 – OCT 5, 2013

XANADU book by Douglass Carter Beane, music & lyrics by Jeff Lynne THE MOUNTAINTOP by Katori Hall

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OTHER DESERT CITIES by Jon Robin Baitz JAN 18 – FEB 8, 2014 VENUS IN FUR by David Ives APR 5 – APR 26, 2014

AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS written by Mark Brown, based on the novel by Jules Verne MAR 1 – MAR 22, 2014

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The University of Arizona • College of Fine Arts School of Theatre, Film & Television proudly presents an Arizona Repertory Theatre production

Director Brent Gibbsf*þ Costume Designer Kat Polak† Lighting Designer Eve Bandi

Scenic Designer Kayla D. Nault

Sound Designer John Millerd

Voice & Dialect Coach Stage Manager Sydney Luttschwager Dianne J. Winslowf §

*Member of Actors' Equity Association

Technical Director Anna Atkinson† Dramaturg Kevin Reagan

* * Member of United Scenic Artists, Local 829

§Member of Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists þSociety of American Fight Directors

±Member of American Guild of Musical Artists

©Member of The Stage Directors and Choreographers Society Unless otherwise noted, all designers, performers and technicians are School of Theatre, Film & Television students. f School of Theatre, Film & Television Faculty Member

†BFA Senior Capstone Project See Production Staff page for details. THE GLASS MENAGERIE

is presented by arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc. on behalf of The University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee. Arizona Repertory Theatre is the professional theatre training company of the School of Theatre, Film & Television.


The Cast Amanda Wingfield.......................................................... Maedell Dixon* Tom Wingfield.....................................................Paul Michael Thomson‡ Laura Wingfield............................................................Kathleen Cannon‡ Jim O'Connor...................................................................... Joey Rudman‡ * Member of Actors’ Equity Association ‡ Actors’ Equity Membership Candidate  Guest

Artist

UNDERSTUDIES: Understudies never substitute for listed players unless a specific announcement for the appearance is made at the time of the performance. Lauren Bardon, for Amanda Wingfield - Sterling Boyns, for Tom Wingfield Kierna Conner, for Laura Wingfield - Zackry Colston, for Jim O'Connor.


SCENE BREAKDOWN Time: 1944 Place: An apartment in St. Louis

ACT I Scene 1.......................................An evening in the Wingfield apartment Scene 2........................................................An afternoon in early winter Scene 3.............................................................An evening in late winter Scene 4................................................................ The following morning Scene 5........................................................... An evening in early spring

~ 15-Minute Intermission ~

ACT II Scene 6................................................................. The following evening Scene 7.........................................................................Half an hour later


PRODUCTION STAFF Direction, Dramaturgy and Management Assistant Director Choreographer French Language Consultant Assistant Dramaturg Production Manager Deck Manager Assistant Stage Manager

S. Lewis Jean Lindsey Mony Dr. Harold Dixon Kalan Benbow Jenny Langf Courtney Stevens Rachel Miller

Scenery & Props Master Carpenter Carpenters Assistant Scenic Designer Charge Artist Scenic Artist Props Master Assistant Props Master Props Artisans Deck Crew

Steven Davis Joshua K. Barnhill, Hanna Lockhart, Angela McMahon, Adam Michard, Gabe Torres, Stefan Nikolich-Zugich, Mitch Van Dyke, TAR 111 Sarah Talaba Sarah Talaba Alyssa LeBlanc Samantha Visbal Brianna Catlin Cortni Elkins, M Erdman Moriah Baker, Tabitha Hayes, Amy LeGore, Rossteen Mansouri-Rad

Lighting Assistant Lighting Designer Master Electrician Assistant Master Electrician Light Board Operator Programmer Electricians

Ryan Moore Gregory James Houston Carlos Sanchez Kristian Rarig Kristian Rarig Don Fox, Erica Harris, D. Joshua Hemmo, Raulie A. Martinez, Patrick Charles W. McClanahan, Scott Murdock, Tyler Nienhouse, Heather Phillips, Chelsea Resh, Sam Schwartz, Mitch Van Dyke, Shannon Wallace, TAR 220 Lab

Costumes Costume Director Assistant Costume Designer Drapers Wardrobe Crew Heads Wardrobe Crew

Maryann Trombinof Ivy Zipporah Wahome Jessica Hensley, Maryann Trombinof, Richard Tuckettf Jessica Hensley, Ivy Zipporah Wahome Raul Gonzalez, Dorann Matson, Cera Naccarato, Mary Outcalt, Myani Watson, Mitch Van Dyke

Sound Associate Sound Designer Assistant Sound Designer Sound Board Operator Audio Crew

Daniel Colecchia Garrett Seaton Garrett Seaton Daniel Colecchia, John Millerd, Scott Murdock, Mylan P. Myers, Garrett Seaton, Jonathan Thompson

† Kat Polak - BFA Senior Capstone Project in Costume Design, Patrick Holt, Faculty Supervisor † Anna Atkinson - BFA Senior Capstone Project in Technical Direction, Ted Kraus, Faculty Supervisor


ARIZONA REPERTORY THEATRE

Rodgers and Hammerstein's musical celebrates America's vigorous pioneering spirit circa 1906 with athletic dance numbers and boot-stomping energy as Curly, a handsome cowboy, and Laurey, a winsome farm girl, play out their love story.

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DRAMATURG’S NOTES “On Earth a candle is extinguished, the city wakes with a song upon her mouth having death in her eyes…and it is dawn the world goes forth to murder dreams.” – E.E. Cummings Tennessee Williams once described the period of 1932-1935 as the most miserable years of his life. The young writer has a number of grievances plaguing him during this time: he drops out of college, his father forces him to work at the International Shoe Co., and he’s continuously experiencing nervous fits that he nicknames ‘blue-devils’. Williams will blame these frustrations not on himself, but rather on the metropolis that surrounds him: St. Louis. As a romantic poet, Williams always saw the ugliness in rapid industrialization. He spent his whole life wishing to rediscover an open oasis that mirrored the quaint hillside valleys of his birthplace, Clarksville, Mississippi. The cold concrete and screechy trolley wheels of St. Louis turned Williams into a hermit, where he’d only find escape through his typewriter. The segregated social environment of the city added to Williams’ distaste. As The Great Depression ravished through urban centers like St. Louis, shanty towns called “Hoovervilles” sprouted on the outskirts of these big cities to house the dispossessed victims of a floundering economy. The more prestigious West End district of St. Louis was completely detached from these unsightly horrors. Here, the middle class was safe to take comfort in their country clubs and private schools. It is in this world of snobbery that the Williams family members find themselves constantly trying to find acceptance. These hostilities toward St. Louis explain why Williams writes the city as a faceless menace in The Glass Menagerie. The crammed, pathetic apartment of the Wingfield family is described as functioning “as one interfused mass of automatism” in the first set of stage directions. The landscape of the play is meant to be suffocating, as it forces the characters to clutch tighter onto their individualism. Amanda, Tom, and Laura may appear to be freakish, but that’s only because their identities clash with the monotonous background of big buildings and dark alleyways. The tragedy of the play mostly stems from Laura’s inability to blend in with the hustle-and-bustle of modernity. Williams purposefully associates the character with the images of blue-roses, unicorns, and candles because they are items that are either unnaturally unique or anachronistic; like Laura, they don’t belong in 1930s St. Louis. This type of symbolism creates a powerful contrast between nature and urbanity, a conflict Williams subtly exploits throughout the play with his frequent references to the elements of nature. He uses Mother Nature to accentuate the suppressed emotions and desires of the Wingfield family, since the rest of society has fallen under the spell of the city’s materialism. Dramaturg's Notes continue on next page...


DRAMATURG’S NOTES CONTINUED “Outside a storm is coming on abruptly…the curtains billow inward and there is a sorrowful murmur from the deep blue dusk.” – Scene 7, The Glass Menagerie The Glass Menagerie not only marks the commercial success of Tennessee Williams, but it is the first and last of Williams’ works to take place in St. Louis. Perhaps writing this painfully autobiographical play finally liberated him from a city that had been an incubator of troubling memories, and freed him to explore the full realm of his imagination.

- Kevin Reagan, Dramaturg

Learn more through exciting discussions! Pre-Show Discussion: Sunday, Feb. 9th at 12:45 pm Our dramaturgs will lead an exciting dialogue that includes behind-the-scenes information about the production. Post-Show Discussion: Sunday, Feb. 16th, immediately after the performance in the Marroney Theatre. Meet the actors and production team during a Q&A segment. All discussions are free and open to the public.

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PROFILES Brent Gibbs (Director) – Brent is a member of the Acting/Musical Theatre Division at UA where he teaches Acting and Stage Combat. He is a member of Actors’ Equity Association and the Screen Actors Guild. A certified teacher and Fight Director with the Society of American Fight Directors, he has worked on fight sequences for theatres from Thailand to New York, winning the Arizona State Theatre Award for Excellence in Choreography for his fights in the Southwest Shakespeare Company’s production of Henry V. He has taught master classes in Stage Combat around the U.S. and at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. This past year, he had fights in shows at the San Jose Repertory Theatre, Arizona Theatre Company, and Arizona Repertory Theatre. For four summers, Brent taught stage combat workshops at The International Theatre School Festival held in Amsterdam. For nine years, he served as Director and Fight Choreographer for one of the nation’s leading outdoor dramas, Tecumseh! He is the Artistic Director for ART, where he has directed Execution of Justice; The Crucible; Macbeth; On the Razzle; Much Ado About Nothing; Les Liaisons Dangereuses; King Lear; Absurd Person Singular; Hamlet; The Rivals; Pericles; Rain. Some Fish. No Elephants.; Brighton Beach Memoirs; Henry IV, Part I; Scenes from an Execution; Biloxi Blues; Romeo & Juliet; Broadway Bound; Bus Stop; Titus Andronicus; Cat on a Hot Tin Roof; Love’s Labour’s Lost; Medea; Rum & Coke; The Taming of the Shrew; The Tamer Tamed; Dracula; As You Like It; The Voice of the Prairie; Julius Caesar; How I Learned to Drive; Cymbeline; and Boeing Boeing. Kat Polak (Costume Designer) – Kat is a senior BFA Costume Design student and is thrilled to be designing her Capstone with ART. Previous costume design credits include ART’s Avenue Q, and In Your Eyes and Legally Blonde: The Musical with Arizona Theatre Company’s Summer on Stage. Other credits include The Fantasticks, Boeing Boeing, Nine, and Inspecting Carol with ART, and The Importance of Being Earnest and Emma with Arizona Theatre Company. She would like to thank her friends and family for all of their love and support! Kayla D. Nault (Scenic Designer) – Kayla is currently a senior in the BFA Design and Technology Program. Her most recent credits at ART include Assistant Scenic Designer, as well as Projections Artist, for the production of Nine. She also worked as the Paint Charge for Boeing Boeing, as well as Scenic Artist for almost all of ART’s productions over the last two years. She will be graduating this May and plans to move to a bigger city to begin her career. Eve Bandi (Lighting Designer) – Eve is a firstyear MFA student in the lighting department designing her first production for The University

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PROFILES and dialects for ART productions. Coaching assignments have included The Man Who Came to Dinner, Cymbeline, Inspecting Carol, Avenue Q, Julius Caesar, The Secret Garden, As You Like It, Dracula, What I Did Last Summer, The Diary of Anne Frank, Rum & Coke, Medea, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Titus Andronicus, and The Miracle Worker. Over twenty-five production credits with Arizona Theatre Company include dialect coaching for The Sunshine Boys, Sherlock Holmes and the Adventures of the Suicide Club, Lost In Yonkers, The Lady with All the Answers, To Kill a Mockingbird, I Am My Own Wife, Pride and Prejudice, Oh, Coward!, A Streetcar Named Desire, Talley’s Folly, Over the Moon, A Moon for the Misbegotten, Proof, Valley Song, Candida, Fires in the Mirror, Dancing at Lughnasa, Noises Off!, Dracula, Fully Committed, and Sea Marks. At The Invisible Theatre, she was Voice and Movement Coach for the internationally acclaimed production of A Conversation with Edith Head, which played in London’s West End and continues to tour nationally. In Phoenix, she coached styles and dialects for Southwest Shakespeare’s London Assurance. A member of the Screen Actors Guild/AFTRA, Ms. Winslow also works as a professional vocal coach for actors and private clients in the film and television industries. Kevin Reagan (Dramaturg) – Kevin is a junior in the BFA Dramaturgy program and will be graduating in the fall of 2014. He finds it incredibly befitting for The Glass Menagerie to be the production that ends his work at ART, as it is one of the shows that first made him fully appreciate theatre. He would like to thank his parents, professors, and most importantly, Tennessee Williams himself, for sharing his poetic prose with the rest of the world. ~ ACTOR PROFILES ~ Kathleen Cannon (Laura Wingfield) – Laura is a dream role for Kathleen and the perfect ending for her time at ART. She graduates this May and plans on moving to Los Angeles. Past ART credits include Mrs. Stanley in The Man Who Came to Dinner, Teenage Greek Chorus in How I Learned to Drive, Julius Caesar, and As You Like It. Favorite roles include Marc Antony in Julius Caesar (Powerhouse Apprentice production) and Cordelia in King Lear. She is part of the Equity Membership Candidacy Program. "Thank you to this stellar, trusting, and supportive cast. You make it easy to reach those crushing moments of heartbreak each night. Maedell, it has been a privilege to watch and learn from you. Paul, you are a wonderful Tom and caring stage brother. Joey, you bring such light and joy into the play, and you make that emotional roller coaster of a scene such a fun ride. To the BFA Class of 2014: Watch out real world, here we come!"

Maedell Dixon (Amanda Wingfield) – New York: Intimate Letters (92nd St Y); Intimate Letters on tour at Stanford University and University of Mississippi; Arizona Repertory Theatre: Mourning Becomes Electra, Hay Fever, Light Up the Sky, Noises Off, The Belle of Amherst, others; ATC: Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of The Suicide Club, The Lady with All the Answers (u/s), To Kill a Mockingbird, Blithe Spirit, Amadeus, others; Phoenix Theatre: And They Dance Real Slow in Jackson, Beyond Reasonable Doubt; Canyon Moon Theatre, Sedona: Southern Comforts; Actors Repertory Theatre of Sedona: Sailing To Byzantium; Invisible Theatre: First Kisses, 2-Across, Southern Comforts, Kindertransport, Collected Stories, My Old Lady, Later Life, Grace & Glorie, others. Films: Half Laughing, Speed Zone. Television: The Truth About Jane, Little Arliss. Proud member of Actors Equity since 1973. haroldandmaedell.blogspot.com Joey Rudman (Jim O'Connor) – Joey is a senior BFA Acting student from Highland Park, IL. He began his career at Second City in Chicago. Since then, he has performed in The Man Who Came to Dinner (Mr. Stanley), Cymbeline (Cloten), Julius Caesar, As You Like It, Take Me Out (Shane Mungitt), On Stars Not Falling (Jake), and Inspecting Carol (Bart). He thanks his family and friends for their love and support. Paul Michael Thomson (Tom Wingfield) – Paul is so very grateful for the opportunity to play his dream role and learn from this incredible group of artists. A junior here at The UA, Paul is pursuing a dual-degree in BFA Acting and Africana Studies, with minors in Spanish and Art History. Past roles include: Richard in The Man Who Came to Dinner (ART), Guiderius in Cymbeline (ART), Luther in Inspecting Carol (ART), and Lucius in Julius Caesar (ART). As the Vice President of Theta Alpha Phi, the co-ed theatre fraternity, Paul could not be prouder to be a member of Arizona Repertory Theatre and would like to thank all those who help shape him: faculty, friends, family, and God.

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Moredock • Shirley & Dorwin Newman • Terry & David Olson • Ellyn Ostrow • William Papanikolas • Joan Peet & Mark Gettings • Martha & Terry Perl • Herbert Ploch • Michael Ponce • Judith Rees • Richard Rehse • Marilyn Ronstadt • Louise Greenfield & Simon Rosenblatt • Madelon C. Muller-Rubens & Alan B. Rubens • Marleen & Howard Rubin • Ruth & Stephen Russell • John B. Samuelson • James Schnitzer • Trisa & Andrew Schorr • David Shack • V. & Keith Siebers • Emery Silvester • Aimee & Casey Smythe • Rosalyn Stein • James Stewart • Nancy & Michael Stilb • Sandra Stone • Dvora Tager • Barbara & Stephen Terry • Sharon Thomas • Nancy Tomlinson • Joyce Unger • Kathryn & David Unger • Edward & Deyanne Valencia • Linda Van Pelt • Berchman Vaz • Irby Webb • Rebecca & Russ Werner • David L. Windsor • Barbara Witkiewicz • Sandra & Thomas Witthoft • Richard Wolff These gifts reflect our records from January 1, 2013 to December 31, 2013. Contributions received after this time period will be included in the fall 2014 performance progams. Please notify us of any changes or corrections. We greatly appreciate the support of all of our donors. To make a tax-deductible contribution to the Theatre Program of the School of Theatre, Film & Television, please contact the Marketing & Development Office at (520) 626-2686 or marketing@cfa.arizona.edu, or mail your donation to University of Arizona, P. O. Box 210003, Tucson, AZ 85721.

*In Memoriam


THEATRE POLICIES House Policies: Please turn off watch alarms, mobile phones, pagers, and all other electronic devices. Food, beverages and smoking are not permitted in the theatre. The use of cameras or recording devices of any kind is strictly prohibited. Children five and under and strollers are not permitted in the theatre. Seating Policy: Productions begin on time. Generally, each theatre will open for seating 30 minutes before curtain. There is no late seating. Refunds: Tickets are non-refundable. All ticket sales are final. Emergency Messages: Physicians and other patrons expecting emergency calls during a performance are asked to leave their paging devices with the House Manager. Lost and Found: Lost and found items will be reported to the Fine Arts Box Office at (520) 621-1162.

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Theatre PRogram FAculty & Staff FACULTY Mr. Bruce Brockman, Director of School Mr. Peter Beudert, Univ. Distinguished Professor Mr. Kevin Black, Assoc. Professor of Practice Mr. Matt Bowdren, Adjunct Instructor Dr. Harold Dixon, Professor Emeritus Ms. Deanna Fitzgerald, Assistant Professor Mr. Brent Gibbs, Associate Professor Mr. Danny Gurwin, Assistant Professor Mr. Richard T. Hanson, Associate Professor Emeritus Mr. Patrick Holt, Associate Professor Mr. Ted Kraus, Instructor Dr. Frank LaBan, Professor Emeritus Ms. Jenny Lang, Instructor Dr. Jessica Maerz, Assistant Professor Mr. Matthew Marcus, Instructor Dr. Laura McCammon, Professor Dr. Bobbi McKean, Associate Professor Mr. David Morden, Assistant Professor Mr. Monte Ralstin, Professor of Practice Ms. Clare P. Rowe, Associate Professor Dr. Melissa C. Thompson, Assistant Professor Ms. Erin Treat, Adjunct Instructor Mr. Albert Tucci, Director & Professor Emeritus Mr. Richard Tuckett, Associate Professor Dr. Patricia VanMetre, Associate Professor Emerita Mr. Matthew Walley, Adjunct Instructor Mr. Jeffrey L. Warburton, Associate Professor Ms. Dianne J. Winslow, Professor Mr. David Yarnelle, Adjunct Instructor

THEATRE PROGRAM ADVISORY BOARD Joe Gootter (President), Bill Neumann (Vice President), Taffie Eiff (Secretary), Bill Bennett, Julie Cohn, Carol Elliott, Tracy Gee, Don Haskell, Joan Horwitz, Leonard Joffe, Jane Kivel, Jerry Lacker, Linda Laden, Gloria Linden, Caren Newman, Gale Petrie, Victoria Terzano, Don VandeGriff, Jen Willis

Life Members Pat Ballard, Walter Kutscher, Mary Parnell, George Rosenberg, Lillian Rosenzweig

Associate Members Cindy Ashton (Past President), David Cone, Doris Coris, Ken Greenfield, Jo Harris, Alice Horne*, Schuyler Lininger, Lois McKelvey, Sharmin Pool-Bak, Judy Ranzer, Vivi Sabbagh, Ted Taubeneck, Tony Torrance, Jo Ann Zirkle

*In Memoriam

ADMINISTRATION School Director & Producer Associate Director Artistic Director Associate Artistic Director Advising Services Asst. to the Director for Admin. Business Manager Office Specialist

Bruce Brockman Bobbi McKean Brent Gibbs Dianne J. Winslow Christina Swanson, Jeffrey L. Warburton Justine Collins Stacy Babler Kim Rubly

GRADUATE STUDENTS Eve Bandi, M Erdman, Don Fox, Alyssa LeBlanc, Sandahl Masson, Angela McMahon, Adam Michard, Elly Mikula, Shahnoor Shafqat, Sarah Talaba

PRODUCTION Production Manager Technical Director Assistant Technical Director Lighting Supervisor Costume Director Costume Shop Manager Costume Design Advisor Paint & Properties Supervisor Sound Supervisor Dramaturgy Supervisor

Jenny Lang Ted Kraus Tony Cordaro Deanna Fitzgerald Richard Tuckett Maryann Trombino Patrick Holt Clare P. Rowe Matt Marcus Erin Treat

MARKETING & AUDIENCE SERVICES Marketing & Development Dir. Lisa Pierce Marketing Specialist, Associate Lindsey Burlingame Outreach Coordinator Bobbi McKean Fine Arts Box Office Manager Charles Cannon Assistant Box Office Manager Megan Gerrish Box Office Staff Thomas Alcaraz, Ben Atwell, Callie Bailey, Daniel Bitter, Miles Fujimoto, Tim Giblin, Esther Gotlieb, Julia Kaser, Amanda Koenig, Q Martin, Beth McClendon, Josh Miller, Brianna Ragels, Matt Soden House Managers Callie Bailey, Daniel Bitter, Miles Fujimoto, Esther Gotlieb, Q Martin, Beth McClendon Season Graphic Designers Whitespace Design & Ed Flores Photography


Take Your Seat in the Marroney Theatre! Claim a seat in your name. Honor someone you love. Remember someone you miss.

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for our students.

our gift of $500 will be honored with a brass plate on a seat in the Marroney Theatre, as well as a silver star in the lobby. It’s a visible way to show Tucson theatre lovers your support for our students, or honor a loved one in support of our students.

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he goal of our Take Your Seat! campaign is to raise funds for the Showcase of Talent Endowment. The annual Showcase of Talent provides an opportunity for senior Acting and Musical Theatre majors to audition for, and interview with, industry professionals for theatre, film and television across the country. These potential employers also interview and review portfolios of junior and senior Design/Technology and Dramaturgy majors, as well as present valuable workshops to help students transition into the professional world.

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ome of our students secure employment as a result of the Showcase of Talent, and all receive the priceless experience of interacting with working professionals. So, Please...Take Your Seat!

For more information about the Take Your Seat! campaign, or to explore other opportunities to support the School of Theatre, Film & Television, please contact the Marketing & Development Office at (520) 626-2686 or marketing@cfa.arizona.edu.


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