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UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY

OPERA THEATRE

Book by Music by TERRENCE MCNALLY STEPHEN FLAHERTY

Lyrics by LYNN AHRENS

Based on the novel Ragtime by E.L. Doctorow

OCTOBER 6-9, 2016 SINGLETARY CENTER for the ARTS

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ukoperatheatre.org RAGTIME is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI. MTIShows.com


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University of Kentucky Opera Theatre & OperaLex Present

Book By music By TerrEnce McNally stephen flaherty lyrics By lynn ahrens Based on the Novel “RAGTIME� By E. L. Doctorow Ragtime Is Presented Through Special Arrangement With Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI. www.MTIShows.com The videotaping or other video or audio recording of this production is strictly prohibited.

Ragtime is made possible by the following donors Ann Bakhaus Family

Ralph and Ann Mason Endowment

Kentucky Research Challenge Trust Fund

Ray and Gigi Garman Endowment

Lucille Little Opera Endowment

William J. Collis Family Endowment Alltech 3


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UK OPERA Dear Friends,

“I saw a gun!” When I first read those words in the Ragtime script, I thought I was reading today’s newspaper. Ragtime is one of the most powerful and relevant productions we have ever staged at UK Opera Theatre. I grew up in the 1960s in Montgomery, Alabama, where I experienced many difficult events of the Civil Rights movement. I never imagined these issues would still be darkening our skies in 2016.

Ragtime is a powerful story that captures the challenges faced by immigrants and African Americans at the turn of the 20th century when seeking the equality, privilege, and justice promised by the American Dream. We all want the same things in life – to be able to provide for our families, to live and work in a supportive environment, to ensure peace and prosperity for future generations. I hope this performance will spark more productive dialogue focused on uniting our communities, using our strengths, and working together toward the betterment of our community and country. Thank you for attending our production of Ragtime. We hope you will continue to support UK Opera Theatre’s talented young singers throughout our exciting season. Following Ragtime, our students will be featured in the community favorite, the Alltech Holiday Celebration of Song, followed by our debut production of one of opera’s most popular comedies, Gioacchino Rossini’s The Barber of Seville, and the 25th anniversary of our very own hit musical revue, It’s a Grand Night for Singing! Presenting opera is expensive. Your philanthropic gift to UK Opera Theatre ensures the vibrant future of Opera at UK and in Central Kentucky. Your gift allows us to provide our students with unparalleled opportunities for academic, artistic, professional, and personal growth and success. The most important way you can help is to support our production expenses, the largest items in our annual budget: sets, costumes, props, and orchestra. These investments are necessary in order to bring high-quality theatrical experiences to you, and educational and professional experiences to our students. Please consider sponsoring a production or creating an endowment for UK Opera Theatre in your name or a family name. In this program you will find the names of the gracious foundations and families who generously support what we do. Please consider joining them! I hope you will enjoy the show! Sincerely,

Everett McCorvey, DMA

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University of Kentucky College of Fine Arts Dr. David Sogin, Interim Dean

University of Kentucky School of Music Dr. John Scheib, Director Dr. Lori Hetzel, Associate Director

Brass Jason Dovel David Elliott Skip Gray Bradley Kerns Keyboard Raleigh Dailey Vicki McVay Schuyler Robinson Irina Voro Percussion James Campbell Paul Deatherage Strings Daniel Cecil Elaine Cook Dieter Hennings Benjamin Karp Margaret Karp Daniel Mason Karl Olsen Wendy Yates

Music Therapy Lorna Segall Olivia Yinger

Voice Elizabeth Arnold Dennis Bender Angelique Clay Cliff Jackson Cynthia Lawrence Tedrin Lindsay Noemi Lugo Everett McCorvey Nan McSwain Ronan Tynan

Music Theory and Composition Joseph Baber Michael Baker Karen Bottge Jennifer Campbell Kevin HolmHudson

Woodwinds Julie Hobbs ToniMarie Marchioni Lisa Osland Miles Osland Peter Simpson Scott Wright

Musicology and Ethnomusicology Ben Arnold Erin Walker Bliss Lance Brunner Beth Glixon Jonathan Glixon Diana Hallman Donna Kwon Ron Pen

Music Education Todd Anderson Diana Deen Lori Hetzel Michael Hudson David Sogin Joan Stansbury Martina Vasil

Ensembles and Conducting Scott-Lee Atchison Cody Birdwell George Boulden Marcello Cormio Lori Hetzel Jefferson Johnson Everett McCorvey John Nardolillo Miles Osland Staff Joanne Filkins Laurie Flewwellin Vicki Pendleton John Pope Joan Rue Marc Schlackman Susan Wigglesworth

Commercial Music Eric Murine

As a courtesy to performers and other audience members, please turn off and put away all electronic devices. The use of recording and photographic equipment is permitted only by approved University personnel. No food or drink is permitted in this performance venue. We ask that you remain seated throughout the performance and, if you must exit, that you wait until applause.

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University of Kentucky Opera Theatre & OperaLex Present

Book By Terrence McNally

music By stephen flaherty

lyrics By lynn ahrens Based on the Novel “RAGTIME� By E. L. Doctorow Producer everett McCorvey

Directors/ choreographers Lyndy Franklin Smith Jeromy Smith

music director John Nardolillo

lighting design Tanya Harper

vocal Coach tedrin blair Lindsay

sound design Richard Jones

Asst. Vocal Coach Nan McSwain

Costume Collaborators Ian Witten Susan Wigglesworth

graphics design tony hardin

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DIRECTORS’ NOTES “People are hungry for stories. It’s part of our very being. Storytelling is a form of history, of immortality too. It goes from one generation to another.” - Studs Terkel

Fourteen years ago (when we were the same age as most of the students in this production), we were first introduced to this masterful piece of theatre called Ragtime. Based on the 1975 novel of the same name by E. L. Doctorow, this amazing tale weaves together both historical and fictional characters as the meshing of lives causes indelible change, against the backdrop of a nation on the brink of revolution – both industrial and social – at the turn of the 20th century.

As the story and original intentions were being taught to us by a member of the original 1998 Broadway company, we were very much aware that we were part of something quite special, an important story that begged to be told again and again. Lyndy would go on to be involved in four additional productions of this beautiful musical, each time finding new threads in the story, new moments, new layers. Also, with each new production came a new cast – another group of people whose paths crossed for a moment in time, joined together by storytelling. Today, in 2016, with a new cast – the UK Opera Theatre cast – we explore the story once again, and one thing remains constant. This story touches lives and hearts in an incredibly deep and meaningful way. We started our process by telling stories – our stories. Each cast member shared the origins of their families and how their ancestors made their way to America. We continued this practice as we reached a point in the Ragtime story where the storytelling becomes difficult and personal. Once again the cast shared stories, spontaneously, of personal experience – strife, fear, anger, and hope. As we rehearsed, we were also acutely aware of the stories being told to us daily in the media: stories from the fall of 2016 that seemed hauntingly close to the stories of Ragtime – stories of violence and terrorism, racial injustice, immigration reform, bigotry, and hatred.

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DIRECTORS’ DIRECTORS’ NOTES NOTES In this, we understand the importance “Sometimes it just of telling this story. As we progress as a takes a moment to nation and as a society, and as history listen to someone seemingly continues to repeat itself, else’s story, to find we must first continue to look back, a common ground remember and respect our history, and and perhaps a new learn from our mistakes. Secondly, we perspective.” must hold on to hope and the promise of a brighter tomorrow, knowing that one person can make a difference but that together we are stronger. And finally, as Studs Terkel so eloquently stated – “it goes from one generation to another.” It is vitally important that we continue to pass on this story to our children and grandchildren. On the very first day of rehearsal, we told the cast to start talking to each other about these stories and these issues. One of our greatest joys has been watching this text inspire thoughts, meaningful conversations, and new stories. Sometimes it just takes a moment to listen to someone else’s story, to find a common ground and perhaps a new perspective. As we have all grown as human beings, this performance has also grown. And our greatest hope is to inspire you, our audience. In these uncertain and divisive times, let us come together and share our stories, find a commonality and a community, and move forward together.

- Lyndy & Jeromy Smith RAGTIME, Directors/ choreographers

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CAST LIST Cast (In Order Of Appearance) Little Boy Nate Krohmer Father Joseph Wrightson Mother Audrey Belle Adams Younger Brother Peter Gibbons Grandfather Roger Leasor Coalhouse Walker Jr. Ron Wilbur Sarah Clark Janell Davis Booker T. Washington Willnard E. Anderson Tateh Zackery Morris Little Girl Taylor Riordan Harry Houdini Cooper Fitch J. P. Morgan Matthew Pearce Henry Ford Michael Pandolfo Emma Goldman Greta Rosenstock Evelyn Nesbit Elizabeth S. Mayhew Admiral Peary Hayden Bright Matthew Henson Curtis Lipsey Stanford White Wesley F. Hammond Harry K. Thaw Hayden Bright Kathleen Cassady Gorrell Sarah’s Friend La’Shelle Allen Willie Conklin Joshua Randal Price Brigit Casey Shuler Coalhouse Walker III Karl-Matthieu Campbell Ensemble: New Rochelle Citizens, Harlem Men and Women, Immigrants, Vaudevillians and Stagehands, Judge, Reporters, Child Buyer, Policeman, Ford Workers, Firemen, Trolley Conductor, Millworkers, Strikers, Militia, Train Conductor, Bureaucrats and Lawyers, Baron’s Assistant, Coalhouse Gang, Spectators, and Welfare Official Nicolás Acosta, La’Shelle Allen, Isaiah Archie, Jessica Bailey, Holly Bennett, Melvin D. Bozeman, Jr., Hayden Bright, Kyle Burney, Emilia Bustle, Cole Campbell, Navji Dixon, Andrew Durham, Nakoma Ehrhart, Cooper Fitch, Cassady Gorrell, Luke Griesser, Wesley F. Hammond, Tellá Jones II, Curtis Lipsey, Thabang Masango, Hannah Nall, Michael Pandolfo, Matt Pearce, John Thomas Priar, Joshua Randal Price, Emily K. Redden,

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CAST LIST Daniela Rivera, Maria Daniela Ruiz, Emma Scott, Casey Shuler, Rachel Smith, Morgan Spaulding, Tanyaradzwa Tawengwa, Myranda Thomas, Tiffany Joy Vyalkova. Dance Captains: Isaiah Archie, Navji Dixon, Nakoma Ehrhart, John Thomas Priar Understudies: For Father: Michael Pandolfo; for Coalhouse Walker Jr.: Melvin D. Bozeman Jr.; for Mother: Elizabeth S. Mayhew; for Tateh: Hayden Bright; for Younger Brother: Wesley F. Hammond; for Sarah: Navji Dixon; for Little Boy: Luke Griesser; for Little Girl: Tiffany Joy Vyalkova

(Understudies Do Not Perform Unless Announced)

Conductor John Nardollilo Assistant Conductors Jan Pellant Michelle Di Russo

CELLO Bill Meyer Daniel Hoppe

ORCHESTRA

BASS Tyler Turcott Joel Murtaugh

TROMBONE Danny Alford Kristen Petty

VIOLIN I Terra Warger YeDam Kim Andrzej Kunecki Yeseul Kim

FLUTE Chloe McIntosh

TUBA Kevin Anderson

OBOE Christine Sallas

KEYBOARD Tedrin Blair Lindsay Savannah Etter

VIOLIN II Yichi Chiang Yu-Ting Huang Ingang Han

CLARINET Lexi Kahwaji Allison Fitzmaurice

VIOLA Josquin Larsen Emily Kurlinski

HORN Nate Williams Diana Pecaro TRUMPET Steve Siegel Marisa Youngs 15

DRUMSET Matthew Skaggs PERCUSSION Emily Durocher BANJO Enrique Ortiz


SCENES AND MUSICAL NUMBERS

Act One Prologue: Ragtime..................................................................................................................the Company Scene 1: Dock In The New York Harbor/At Sea Goodbye, My Love...........................................................................................................................................Mother Journey On........................................................................................................................Father, Tateh, Mother Scene 2: A Vaudeville Theatre, New York City The Crime Of The Century..................................Evelyn Nesbit, Younger Brother, Ensemble Scene 3: Mother's Garden, New Rochelle What Kind Of Woman.................................................................................................................................Mother Scene 4: Ellis Island/Lower East Side A Shtetl Iz Amereke.......................................................................................Tateh, Little Girl, Ensemble Success........................................................................Tateh, J. P. Morgan, Harry Houdini, Ensemble Scene 5: A Club In Harlem/Ford's Assembly Line. Gettin’ Ready Rag......................................................................................Coalhouse Walker, Ensemble Henry Ford.........................................................................Henry Ford, Coalhouse Walker, Ensemble Scene 6: Railroad Station, New Rochelle Nothing Like The City.................................................................Tateh, Mother, Little Boy, Little Girl Scene 7: Emerald Isle Firehouse Scene 8: Mother's House, New Rochelle Your Daddy's Son................................................................................................................................................Sarah New Music.............................................................................................Father, Mother, Younger Brother, Coalhouse Walker, Sarah, Ensemble Scene 9: A Hillside Above New Rochelle Wheels Of A Dream........................................................................ ....................Coalhouse Walker, Sarah Scene 10: A Union Hall In New York City/Lawrence, Massachusetts/A Train The Night That Goldman Spoke At Union Square........................................Younger Brother, Emma Goldman, Ensemble Gliding.........................................................................................................................................................................Tateh Scene 11: New Rochelle And New York City Justice.................................................................................................................Coalhouse Walker, Ensemble 16


SCENES AND MUSICAL NUMBERS President ..................................................................................................................................................................Sarah Till We Reach That Day....................Sarah’s Friend, Coalhouse Walker, Emma Goldman, Younger Brother, Mother, Tateh, Company - intermission -

Act Two Entr'acte...........................................................................................................................................................Orchestra Scene 1: The Streets Of New Rochelle/Mother's House Coalhouse's Soliloquy........................................................................................................Coalhouse Walker Coalhouse Demands..............................................................................................................................Company Scene 2: The Polo Grounds What A Game!.......................................................................................Father, The Little Boy, Ensemble Scene 3: Mother's House Atlantic City.....................................................................................................Evelyn Nesbit, Harry Houdini New Music (Reprise).......................................................................................................................................Father Scene 4: Atlantic City/Million Dollar Pier/ Boardwalk Atlantic City, Part II.........................................................Evelyn Nesbit, Harry Houdini, Ensemble Buffalo Nickel Photoplay, Inc........................................................................................Baron Ashkenazy Our Children...........................................................................................................Mother, Baron Ashkenazy Scene 5: Harlem/Coalhouse's Hideout Sarah Brown Eyes................................................................................................Coalhouse Walker, Sarah He Wanted To Say.......................................................................Emma Goldman, Younger Brother, Coalhouse Walker, Coalhouse's Men Scene 6: The Beach, Atlantic City Back To Before..................................................................................................................................................Mother Scene 7: The Morgan Library, New York City Look What You've Done..........................................Booker T. Washington, Coalhouse Walker, Coalhouse's Men Make Them Hear You.......................................................................................................Coalhouse Walker Epilogue: Ragtime / Wheels Of A Dream (Reprise).........................................the Company

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CREATIVE AND PRODUCTION TEAM Producer Everett McCorvey Director/ Choreographer Lyndy Franklin Smith Director/ Choreographer Jeromy Smith Conductor John Nardolillo Lighting Design Tanya Harper Sound Design Richard Jones Graphics Design Tony Hardin Costume Collaborators Ian Witten, Susan Wigglesworth Program Coordinator Joan Rue Director of Production & Production Stage Manager Marc Schlackman Vocal Coach Tedrin Blair Lindsay Asst. Vocal Coach Nan McSwain Chorus Master Everett McCorvey, Catherine Clarke Nardolillo Stage Managers Jessica Bayne and Gretchen Shoot Asst. Stage Manager Hunter Shaner Production Prop Master Lisa Hardin Master Carpenter Joe Harris Sound Effects Recording and Editing Peter Gibbons Computer Effects Operator Jonathan Parham Asst. Lighting Designer Danny Bowling Costume Director Tracy Ward Lead Draper Nelson Fields Wigs Daniel Townsend Costume Construction Emily Misali, Emily Hampton, Hart Eastham, Cassidy Blair, Aayat Ali, Brooke Hasl, members of TA 265 Wardrobe Crew Chief Ian Witten, Kimbrea Refore Wardrobe Crew Ryan Ruff, Becki Tonges, Olivia Krznarich, Caleb Skinner, Elizabeth Massie Dance Captains Isaiah Archie, Navji Dixon, Nakoma Ehrhart, John Thomas Priar Asst. Conductor Michelle di Russo, Jan Pellant Marketing Director Courtney Reed Program and Graphic Design Elias Gross - IRV Creative Production Intern Allie Gregory Singletary Crew Production Director, Programmer Tanya Harper Asst. Production Dir, Master Electrician Danny Bowling Technical Services Asst., Deck Audio Seth Murphy Stage Manager, Deck Audio Taylor Cavins Deck Audio Jake Riddle Sound Effects Editing Connor Shafran, Peter Gibbons Follow Spot Operators Aaron Bowling, Matt Proffitt, Jeff Richardson Load In/Out Stagehands Jessica Bayne, Callie Babcock, Tom Willis, Amanda Draughn, Ian Witten, Tanner Sunny, Bongani Ndhlalane Scenery provided by 3D Theatricals, Anaheim, CA Costumes Provided by Costume World: Draper, Kaitlyn Smith Projection Technology provided by SCRIBE Entertainment Projection Technology Supervised by Bill Gregory and Yongwook Song Lighting Equipment by Vincent Lighting; Sound Equipment and Engineering by Pro Sound and Lights; Video Equipment provided by Audio Visual Techniques

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EVERETT McCORVEY (Executive Producer) is a native of Montgomery, Alabama, and received his degrees from the University of Alabama. Dr. McCorvey holds the rank of Professor of Voice and the OperaLex Endowed Chair in Opera Studies and is the Director and Executive Producer of UK Opera Theatre. As a tenor soloist he has enjoyed critical acclaim and has performed in many prestigious venues around the globe, including the Kennedy Center, Radio City Music Hall, the Metropolitan Opera, and Italy’s Teatro Communale. He established, directs, and tours nationally and internationally with the American Spiritual Ensemble and is the Artistic Director of the National Chorale, a professional choral organization that presents an annual choral-orchestral series at Lincoln Center, New York. Dr. McCorvey participated in the fiftieth anniversary of George Wallace’s Stand in the Schoolhouse Door in Alabama (2013). He served as executive producer of the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games, the largest equestrian event in U.S. history. Dr. McCorvey is vice-chair of the Kentucky Arts Council for the Commonwealth of Kentucky. www.EverettMcCorvey.com

has numerous regional theatre credits. Other directing credits include Mary Poppins and 42ndStreet at The LEX; Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat for Music Theatre Wichita; Spring Awakening and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee for UK Theatre & Dance; and South Pacific for UKOT. Choreographic credits include Finian’s Rainbow, Sunset Boulevard, 9 to 5, and the American premiere of Betty Blue Eyes (Music Theatre Wichita), Ragtime (U. of Michigan MT Program), and seven seasons of UKOT’s It’s a Grand Night for Singing! She holds a Bachelor of Performing Arts degree from Oklahoma City University. She is Co-Executive Director of Town and Village School of Dance in Paris, Kentucky. The book she coauthored, Broadway Swings: Covering the Ensemble in Musical Theatre, by Bloomsbury Publishing, is available on Amazon.com. JEROMY SMITH (Director/Choreographer) is a founder and the Producing Director of The LEXington Theatre Company, a new professional regional theatre for Lexington. As a professional performer, he appeared in the National Tours of Swing! and 42nd Street and at several acclaimed regional theatres including Paper Mill Playhouse, Houston TUTS, Music Theatre Wichita, and Oklahoma Lyric, as well as television’s A Capitol Fourth and Star Search. Mr. Smith worked for several years behind the scenes on Broadway for Jujamycn Theatres and at Richards/Climan, Inc., where he served as Associate General Manager. His projects there included August: Osage County (Tony and Pulitzer Prize), November (starring Nathan Lane), David Mamet’s Race and Speed-the-Plow, and many more. Direction credits include Mary Poppins and 42nd Street for The LEX; Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor

LYNDY FRANKLIN SMITH (Director/ Choreographer) is a founder and the Artistic Director of The LEXington Theatre Company, a new professional regional theatre for Lexington. She performed on Broadway in the 2006 revival of A Chorus Line and in Disney’s The Little Mermaid. She spent three holiday seasons at Radio City Music Hall in the Christmas Spectacular, toured with the national companies of Fosse and Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, appeared on the 2007 Tony Awards telecast, and 19


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Dreamcoat at Music Theatre Wichita; Spring Awakening and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee for UK Theatre & Dance; and UKOT’s South Pacific. Choreographic credits include six seasons of UKOT’s It’s a Grand Night for Singing! as well as Finian’s Rainbow, Sunset Boulevard, 9 to 5, and the American premiere of Betty Blue Eyes at Music Theatre Wichita. He is a graduate of Oklahoma City University (Bachelor of Science in Dance and Arts Management) and Co-Executive Director of Town and Village School of Dance in Paris, Kentucky.

Music Festival in the Czech Republic, and joined the University of Kentucky faculty in 2004, where he currently serves as the Director of Orchestras. MARC SCHLACKMAN (Director of Production and Production Stage Manager) began his Broadway stagemanaging career with Mary Martin and Anthony Quayle. Since then he has stage-managed a dozen Broadway and many Off-Broadway productions with some of the brightest stars in the business, including Lauren Bacall, Joel Grey, Jim Dale, Glenn Close, Patti LuPone, Danny Aiello, Len Cariou, Petula Clark, David Cassidy, Jonathan Pryce, Bill Irwin, Danny DeVito, George Burns, Yul Brynner, Robert Goulet, Geraldine Fitzgerald, and Mitzi Gaynor. He has traveled the world supervising or stage-managing more than twodozen national, bus-and-truck, stock, and ballet tours. Mr. Schlackman produces four major shows a year with UK Opera Theatre and directs the Schmidt Opera Outreach Program, which tours children’s operas throughout the Commonwealth. His greatest achievements are his daughters. Sara Rue and Leah Schlackman, and getting Joan Rue to marry him. He is most proud of and in love with his granddaughter, Talulah Rue Price.

JOHN NARDOLILLO (Conductor) has appeared with more than thirty of the country’s leading orchestras, including the Boston Pops, the National Symphony, and the principal orchestras of Seattle, San Francisco, Detroit, Atlanta, Dallas, Milwaukee, Utah, Columbus, Indianapolis, Oregon, Fort Worth, Buffalo, Alabama, Louisville, Missouri, North Carolina, and Hawaii. He recently conducted concerts at the Kennedy Center (Washington, D.C.), the Kimmel Center (Philadelphia), and Carnegie Hall (New York). Mr. Nardolillo made his professional conducting debut in 1994 at the Sully Festival in France, and has since made conducting appearances in Germany, Italy, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and China. He has led major American orchestras in subscription series concerts, summer and pops concerts, educational concerts and tours, and television and radio broadcasts. He has worked with major soloists, including Itzhak Perlman, Joshua Bell, Lang Lang, Gil Shaham, Sarah Chang, Lynn Harrell, Denyce Graves, Angela Brown, Christine Brewer, Mark O’Connor, Marvin Hamlisch, Pink Martini, Time for Three, Ronan Tynan, Jim Brickman, Cherish the Ladies, and Arlo Guthrie. Mr. Nardolillo is the Artistic Director of the Prague Summer Nights

TANYA HARPER (Lighting Designer) has enjoyed designing lighting for UK Opera Theatre productions for over twenty years. Favorite designs include The Phantom of the Opera, Les Misérables, Sweeney Todd, Porgy and Bess, South Pacific, and Lexington’s unofficial kickoff to summer, the annual production of It’s a Grand Night for Singing! She works with many other groups in Central Kentucky as a freelance lighting designer and 20


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production stage manager. She has been pleased to collaborate with The Lexington Theatre Company on 42nd Street and Mary Poppins. For Kentucky Ballet Theatre, she has created many designs for classical repertoire and original ballets by artistic director Norbe Risco, including The Nutcracker, Sleeping Beauty, Coppelia, Cinderella, Night Before Christmas, The Wizard of Oz, Peter Pan, and Dracula. Selected large projects include the Kentucky Humanities Council’s Our Lincoln, Kentucky’s celebration of Abraham Lincoln’s 200th birthday, at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., and lighting for the opening ceremonies of the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in 2010 at the Kentucky Horse Park. Originally from the Baltimore area, she holds an MFA in lighting design from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, and a BFA in English from Colgate University. Ms. Harper is the Production Director at the University of Kentucky Singletary Center for the Arts, which hosts approximately 400 events a year. RICHARD JONES (Sound Designer) is the co-owner and founder of Richard Jones Pro Sound and Lights. He has been an active part of the live sound and music scene in Lexington since the 1990s, playing bass in local bands and running sound for various events, such as Summerfest, Transylvania University events, and working with UK Opera Theatre’s production team for It’s a Grand Night for Singing! He began his music and business college studies at Florida State University, transferring to Morehead State University, graduating with a degree in Music Education and a business minor. He was an active participant in the Tuba Universal Brotherhood Association (TUBA), studying with the renowned Dr. Earl Louder. He also played bass guitar in the jazz ensembles at MSU, working frequently with distinguished

jazz professor Jay Flippin. Mr. Jones is passionate about his work with live music performances, dedicated to making each one an enjoyable experience for the audience and all that are involved. In addition, he takes great pride in designing and installing light, video, and sound equipment in both small and large venues across central Kentucky. TONY HARDIN (Projection Designer) is an Associate Professor of Theatre at the University of Kentucky. He earned his MFA from the University of Virginia. He teaches courses in scenic design, lighting design, scene painting, projection design, and stage management. He served as Education Commissioner for the US Institute for Theatre Technology Inc. for several years, and has recently been nominated to their Board of Directors. In 2006 he received the Marvin Simms Design Fellowship sponsored by Kennedy Center/ American College Theatre Festival. His current research agenda is focused on the use of projections in academic theatre. Professionally, he has significant experience as a scenic and lighting designer in a variety of venues around the country including Virginia Shakespeare, the MeX Theatre, and La MaMa ETC. SUSAN DUDLEY WIGGLESWORTH (Costume Designer) is in her eighth season as costume designer for UK Opera Theatre. She began her career in theatre as an actress and made her professional debut at Washington, D.C.’s Arena Stage at the age of twelve. While still a student, she apprenticed at Bermans and Nathans Costumes, London. In New York she became first hand at The Costume Shop, 14th Street. Ms.


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Wigglesworth began her own design firm in Los Angeles, working for theatre and television. While residing in Frankfort for ten years, she designed locally for Actors’ Guild of Lexington, Transylvania University, Lexington Shakespeare Festival, and Act Up. Some of her favorite designs have been for dance companies, notably Closed on Mondays and Cabbage Moon for the Lexington Ballet. Her work has been admired on the UK Opera Theatre stage in recent productions of Lucia di Lammermoor, Roméo et Juliette, Don Giovanni, and Falstaff to name a few. TEDRIN BLAIR LINDSAY (Vocal Coach) is a pianist and musicologist raised in Rome, Italy, and has been a professional accompanist since the age of ten. He performs more than one hundred and fifty programs annually throughout the United States, Europe, South America and Asia, boasting a huge repertoire of vocal and instrumental chamber works and of his own virtuosic compositions and arrangements for piano and voices with orchestra. His solo CD Tedrin was released in December 2015 by Liberal Arts Productions. At the University of Kentucky, Dr. Lindsay serves as a musicologist, a vocal coach, and musical director of UK Opera Theatre, and teaches a popular opera lecture series for OperaLex. Dr. Lindsay also performs extensively as pianist with the American Spiritual Ensemble, is a music and theater critic for the Lexington Herald-Leader, and is the founder of Liberal Art Productions, a company devoted to theatrical concerts and recording projects. Dr. Lindsay’s annual performances in UK Opera Theatre’s It’s a Grand Night for Singing! for the past decade and a half count among his favorites in a career that has included Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall, the Kennedy Center, the Brevard Music Center, the Santander and Bilbao

music festivals in Spain, the European F.E.I. Equestrian Championships at Windsor Castle, and the opening and closing ceremonies of the Alltech-F.E.I. World Equestrian Games in Lexington. Most recently he assumed double duty as musical director and on-stage performance pianist of Beethoven’s Diabelli Variations in AthensWest Theatre Company’s acclaimed production of 33 Variations by Moisés Kaufman in February 2016. For more information, please visit www.tedrin.com. NAN McSWAIN (Associate Vocal Coach) received her BM and MM degrees in piano performance from the University of Kentucky and a specialist degree (Sp.Mus) in collaborative piano/vocal coaching from the University of Michigan, where she studied with internationally renowned vocal coach/accompanist Martin Katz. She has performed with soloists and ensembles in Canada and throughout the U.S. and Spain, including touring and recording with the American Spiritual Ensemble. She has served as a vocal coach for productions of The Phantom of the Opera, The Marriage of Figaro, Les Misérables, Don Giovanni, Porgy and Bess, La Bohème, La Traviata, and Carmen among many others. Ms. McSwain has been affiliated with UKOT as an accompanist/répétiteur since 1990 and as a vocal coach since 2005. She has performed as a featured pianist in the popular It’s a Grand Night for Singing! since its inception in the early 1990s, and has served as assistant music director for the past thirteen years. In addition, Ms. McSwain has worked as a vocal coach/accompanist for the American Institute of Musical Studies in Graz, Austria, as well as in the voice studio of the late Shirley Verrett. She has worked with Michigan Opera Theatre and Lexington Shakespeare Festival.


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PETER GIBBONS (Younger Brother) is currently finishing degrees in vocal performance, musical theatre, and theatre at the University of Kentucky. He was seen on NBC’s The Sing-Off Season 4 with The Acoustikats. Most recently he was part of McLeod Summer Playhouse’s productions of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Asher) and Rock of Ages. He played Link in Woodford Theatre’s production of Hairspray. He was also seen in the University of Kentucky Theatre’s Hair (George Berger), UK Opera Theatre’s South Pacific (Lieutenant Adams, understudy for Billis), Sweeney Todd (understudy for Tobias Ragg), and Les Misérables. Mr. Gibbons has toured with Missoula Children’s Theatre in King Arthur’s Quest. He would like to extend his immense appreciation to all of the teachers, mentors, family, and friends who have encouraged, supported, and pushed him to be the best he can be.

JOSEPH WRIGHTSON (Father) is a senior pursuing a BMME in Choral Music Education at the University of Kentucky. He has previously worked with UK Opera Theatre as Commander Harbison in South Pacific and as an ensemble member and cover for Anthony in Sweeney Todd. Mr. Wrightson is a member of the UK Men’s Choir and the UK Chorale. He is excited to be working with such an amazing cast and crew for Ragtime, and he hopes you’ll enjoy the show! AUDREY BELLE ADAMS (Mother) is ecstatic to be playing her dream role in her first mainstage production with UKOT. Ms. Adams is a sophomore vocal performance major, a proud member of Chorale and Women’s Choir, and an Alltech Scholar. UK Opera Theatre credits include It’s a Grand Night for Singing! (featured performer), The Old Maid and The Thief (Miss Todd), and the Alltech Celebration of Song. Ms. Adams’s regional credits include The Lex’s production of Mary Poppins (Mrs. Corry), Hairspray (Tracy Turnblad), Little Women (Marmie), and Sweeney Todd (Johanna). She is thrilled to be coming back to the UK Opera Theatre stage this spring as Berta in The Barber of Seville. Much love and thanks to Mom, AKA, Wes, family, friends, Dr. Angelique Clay, and Lyndy and Jeromy Smith. This performance is dedicated to her father, Ernie Adams. May you always be able to hear the New Music.

RON WILBUR (Coalhouse) is a native of Atlanta, Georgia, and a graduate of the University of Kentucky. He has been a featured performer for several summers in It’s a Grand Night for Singing! Mr. Wilbur was last seen with UK Opera Theatre as Masetto in Don Giovanni. He also performed as Monsieur Firmin in UKOT’s stellar production of The Phantom of the Opera. He appeared as Major-General Stanley with the UKOT Undergraduate Studio in The Pirates of Penzance. He has been a featured soloist in major works and chamber pieces, including works by Schubert, Partain, and Bach. He was recently seen as a featured soloist for UK’s premiere male a capella group, The Acoustikats, on season 4 of NBC’s hit television series, The Sing-Off. Mr. Wilbur benefits from the tutelage of Dr. Noemi Lugo. 23


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CLARK JANELL DAVIS (Sarah) is a native of Lexington. Ms. Davis attends the University of Kentucky, where she studies vocal performance under Dr. Everett McCorvey. Ms. Davis has been a featured performer in It’s a Grand Night for Singing! and is making her debut on the UK Opera Theatre main stage in a leading role. Ms. Davis is a 2014 graduate of the School for the Creative and Performing Arts at Lafayette High School. She served as Miss Kentucky from July 2015 to July 2016. During her reign, she promoted dyslexia awareness and started her Best Me I Can Be foundation to encourage Embracing the Different in You. She now serves on the Board of Directors for the International Dyslexia Association, Kentucky Branch. Along with being a vocalist, an actress, and a motivational speaker, Ms Davis serves as the Director of Inclusion and Outreach at the University of Kentucky.

ZACKERY MORRIS (Tateh), a native of Raleigh, N.C., is equally at home on operatic and musical theatre stages with credits including Marius (Les Misérables), Anthony Hope (Sweeney Todd), Ferrando (Così fan tutte), The Four Servants (Les Contes d’Hoffmann), and Don Basilio (Le Nozze di Figaro). Most recently Mr. Morris was a young artist with PORTopera in Portland, Maine, where he appeared as Tobias in The Medium and covered the role of Le Remendado in Bizet’s Carmen. He has worked as young artist for the Ohio Light Opera and with the Bayview Music Festival. He received the graduate encouragement award from the Alltech Vocal Competition in March 2015, and was winner of the audience choice award in the Audrey Rooney Bach Competition last April. He is a current DMA candidate at the University of Kentucky.

Give today! Visit: uky.edu/GiveNow and select Opera Development Fund. If you are interested in continuing to experience big Broadway Musicals and spectacular Opera Theatre productions on a grand scale in Lexington, please consider a gift to UK for Opera Theatre Productions or consider starting an Endowment for Opera Productions. There are on average 125 vocal performance majors at UK. Students come to UK from all over the world to study voice, opera performance and music education. They come because of excellent teaching by the School of Music faculty and the large scale productions at UK Opera. The big vocal talents in the world want to attend a school where they can sing grand opera and musical theatre! We are excited to be at an all-time artistic and academic high. The UK Opera and Voice Program competes with the major universities and conservatories for students including Juilliard, Indiana University, Cincinnati Conservatory and Eastman School of Music, among others. Our students are winning competitions and performing nationally and internationally. A degree from the UK School of Music means something in the business! Our story has become a model of success throughout the country. In order to provide these large productions we need your help! Please consider a gift to UK Opera Theatre! It can be transforming!

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Dear friends of fine singing, It’s a new season! Opening with a new show!

Ragtime has never been more relevant to today’s headlines. The show itself feels brand new. OperaLex is pretty excited. The mission of OperaLex is twofold. The first goal is to support the students and productions of UK Opera Theatre. We are able to do this through the efforts of a volunteer Board of Directors (which operates with no hired staff) and a dedicated Bravo Guild, whose monetary contributions and hands-on efforts support the entire program. The second goal is to spread the enjoyment of opera and musical theater throughout Kentucky. We do this by hosting the Kentucky district auditions of the Metropolitan Opera National Council each year and by sponsoring a lively lecture series during the academic semester to introduce the public to the beauty of opera. The series is open to the public and taught by the entertaining UK faculty member and pianist Dr. Tedrin Blair Lindsay. We are also proud to support the Schmidt Opera Outreach Program (SOOP), an award-winning effort to spread the joy of musical drama to elementary students throughout the Commonwealth. These mobile productions reach thousands of students in nearly 100 schools every year. We also produce Encore!, a fundraising party that raises money for these programs and for the Getchell Scholarships, which enable our talented graduate students to finish their degrees after their stipends have been exhausted. In the excitement of this new season and this new show, I would be remiss not to mention some old friends. Liquor Barn, Terry and Gail Bryant of Bryant’s Rent-All, and Dr. Pearse Lyons of ALLTECH have supported OperaLex and UKOT every step of the way as Season Partners. They are our champions. Won’t you join them and help OperaLex and UKOT populate the world with these fabulous young singers? You will find more information about us at OperaLex.org.

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OperaLex is a private, not-for-profit community group dedicated to celebrating opera and the magic of musical storytelling. OperaLex believes in empowering the future of opera through: ADVOCACY: Assuring that future generations of Kentucky citizens appreciate the beauty of opera. ACHIEVEMENT: Helping UK Opera Theatre (UKOT) students succeed by providing scholarships, volunteer support and production funding. OUTREACH & EDUCATION: Supporting the UKOT Schmidt Opera Outreach Program (SOOP) artists-in-schools initiative, annually serving 35,000+ elementary students throughout the Commonwealth. REWARDING EXCELLENCE: Hosting the annual Kentucky District Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, designed to discover promising young opera singers and assist in their career development. Thanks to hundreds of volunteers and our devoted donors and sponsors, we commit our time, talents and resources by hosting annual events, including ENCORE!, UKOT production preview luncheons, educational seminars, master classes and community engagement events. We are thriving and growing because of your generosity! Join us and learn more at OperaLex.org.

2016-17 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

President............ Roger Leasor Vice President............ Bob Brown Secretary............ Jan Furst Treasurer............ Kris Gilbert Corresponding Secretary............ Sylvia C. Davis Artistic Director............ Everett McCorvey Faculty Representative............ Elizabeth Arnold SOOP Representative............ Kathrin Thawley Bravo Guild Representatives............ Sylvia C. Davis, Kris Gilbert, Madeleine Baugh & Michael R. Nichols Student Representative............ Zackery Morris Leslie Ann Asbury Naomi Broida Harry Clarke Marilyn Getchell M. Douglass Martin Ellen Rice

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OperaLex expresses sincere gratitude to the following sponsors and donors for supporting opera and opera education from July 1, 2015 through August 1, 2016, including: Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, Schmidt Opera Outreach Program, Encore! Fundraiser, UK Opera Theatre student scholarships, cast meals and other opera education and fundraising initiatives. Thank you for ensuring the future of opera through your time, talent and financial contributions. Drs. John Stewart and Magdalene Karon Julia Swords Phil and Trudy Tibbs Myra Tobin

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BRAVO GUILD You are invited to join Central Kentucky’s vibrant opera scene by supporting OperaLex through Bravo Guild. Bravo Guild members experience the art of musical storytelling through unique opportunities, including: ENCORE!, UK Opera Theatre production preview luncheons, educational seminars and community engagement events. Members gather for monthly Last Friday Lunches and Metropolitan Opera Live in HD broadcasts, and meet bi-annually, incorporating opportunities to support OperaLex initiatives, including Schmidt Opera Outreach Program, UKOT student performances and volunteer opportunities. Bravo Guild Membership July 1, 2015 through May 15, 2016. See OperaLex.org/Bravo-Guild for full details. President............ Kris Gilbert Vice President............ Michael R. Nichols Volunteer Coordinator............ Vacant Secretary............ Mary Powell Student Liaison............ Anne Taul Mrs. Elsbeth Eunte Johnson Ms. C. Charlotte Lakers Mrs. Helen Haywood Mains Dr. Samuel C. Matheny Dr. Loys and Sonja Mather Mrs. Elizabeth E. Mills Dr. and Mrs. Michael J. Morrill Dr. Michael R. Nichols Wes and Melissa Omohundro Mrs. Carroll Orr Mr. Nikko Pitanis Elaine and Calvin Schneider Dr. and Mrs. F. Douglas Scutchfield The Rev. Bob and Donna Sessum Mrs. Ruth Sickafus Dr. Timothy and Patricia Sineath Ms. Catherine Curry Staib Ms. Mim Stambaugh Drs. Magdalene Karon and John Stewart Dr. Marian Swope Dr. Lee and Patricia Todd Erika and Robert Toon Phil Dunn and Brian Tremain Marium and Jim Van Meter Ms. Fernita Wallace Dr. Bijana Nikitovich-Winer and Dr. Alfred Winer Phil and Julie Wright Dr. Byron Young

Composer $101+ Drs. Virginia and Ron Atwood Mr. and Mrs. Don and Mira Ball Ms. Jody Bosomworth Mr. and Mrs. James R. Boyd Mrs. Naomi S. Broida Ms. Peggy Brown Mrs. Mary Donna Broz Robert and Margaret Cadle Ms. Dorothy Carter Dr. Charlie and Julie Clarke Mrs. Janet D. Clawson Mrs. Janet Woodall Corum Dr. W. Patrick and Heather Davey Sylvia C. Davis Dr. and Mrs. Dennis E. Doherty Denny and Jeanie Dorton Mr. Cecil F. and Judy Dunn Gail H. Hart and Daniel B. Featherston Robert and Sue Wylie Fox Dr. Kenneth L. Gerson Dr. Marilyn Getchell Mr. and Mrs. Bill and Kris Gilbert Linda and Charles Gorton Anne and Bob Hackett Dr. Mona Hagyard Mrs. Phyllis R. Hasbrouck Mrs. Martine Head Mollie K. Heron Alice and Lindsey Ingram Robert and Sandra Ireland

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Nettie and Bill Adams Anne E. Bolton Hazel T. Bush (In Memoriam) Derriel and Annette Castle Dr. Janet Collins-Becker Mrs. Lynne Doyne Becky and Tom Eblen Mrs. Barbara Farha Mrs. Joan B. Gaines Mr. William Green Mr. William Hagan Mary Hayden Mrs. Judy Higgins Mrs. Barbara P. Hulette Mary Kay Insko Mrs. Barbara Ison Carol Lee Dave Mannino Mrs. Mariana H. Marye Mr. William R. Mitchell Dr. Jacqueline A. Noonan Ruth Ann Palumbo Mr. and Mrs. Richard N. Parks Ms. Juanita Betz Peterson Heike and Irwin Pickett Daniel and Terri Potter Ms. Maria Ransdell Elbert and Dona Ray Mrs. Frances Roberts Ms. Georgiana Strickland Ms. Anne R. Taul Dr. John and Jacqueline Van Willigen Lee and Audrey Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Weant Mrs. June Williams Dr. Judith Worell Ms. Isabel Yates Dr. and Mrs. Ivan Zabilka

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UK Opera Special Thanks Georgie Strickland UK Theatre and Dance Department Hurst Music Bravo Guild OperaLex UK Federal Credit Union Student Staff from Schmidt Vocal Arts Center; Caleb Skinner, Elizabeth Mayhew, Taylor Comstock, Tanyaradswa Tawenga, Logan Benton, Beatriz Paroni, Valerie Ingram, Brea Rollston

For a complete list of Bravo Guild members, please visit OperaLex online at www.operalex.com

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University of Kentucky Opera Theatre program presents Ragtime, 2016

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University of Kentucky Opera Theatre program presents Ragtime, 2016

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