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Dept. of Theatr e & Drama December 9 - 12, 2010 P ower Center for the P er for ming Ar ts


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The University of Michigan, School of Music, Theatre & Dance, Department of Theatre & Drama presents

Much Ado Abou t Nothing by William Shakespeare Director Scenic Designer Costume Designer Lighting Designer Choreographer Vocal Coach Wig & Make-up Designer Stage Manager

John Neville-Andrews Gary Decker Jessica Hahn Rob Murphy Kristi Davis Annette Masson Dawn Rivard Emily Stromberg

Setting: Leonato’s palazzo in Messina, Italy, 1920s Much Ado About Nothing will be performed with one intermission.

The performers in this production are undergraduate students, faculty, and guests in the SMTD. The designers are faculty and guests in the Dept. of Theatre & Drama. Scenery, costumes, properties, sound, and lighting were realized by the students and staff of University Productions, the producing unit of the SMTD. Ticket sales assist in providing SMTD students with practical training experience before live audiences. Thank you for supporting our educational mission. Latecomers will be seated at a suitable break. As a courtesy to others, please set cellular phones and pagers to silent mode and refrain from texting during the performance. Photography, audio recording and videotaping of any kind are not permitted. The School of Music, Theatre & Dance acknowledges the generosity of McKinley Associates, Inc. whose support has helped make this production possible.


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Cast of Characters Leonato’s Palazzo Leonato, Governor of Messina....................................................................Leigh Woods* Hero, his daughter....................................................................................... Erin Cousins Beatrice, his niece............................................................................................ Alli Brown Antonio, Leonato’s brother............................................................................. James Piper Ursula, gentlewoman attending Hero.................................................. Madeline Sharton Margaret, gentlewoman attending Hero........................................... Brittany Uomoleale Phoebe, gentlewoman attending Hero.................................................... Kendra Williams Balthazar, a musician/singer....................................................................... Jake McClory The Soldiers Don Pedro, Prince of Aragon.............................................................................Paul Koch Benedick, an officer of Don Pedro.............................................................. Ben Blackman Claudio, an officer of Don Pedro..............................................................Philip Maxwell Don John, brother of Don Pedro................................................................... Dan Rubens Borachio, a follower of Don John.................................................................. Nick Strauss Conrad, a follower of Don John................................................................ Josh Berkowitz The Watch Dogberry, master constable............................................................................. Neal Kelley Verges, a headborough.............................................................................Gordon Granger George Seacole, a watchman........................................................................Tim Markham Hugh Oatcake, a watchman...........................................................................Joey Richter Wisecup, a watchman..................................................................................Aislinn Frantz Friar Francis............................................................................................ Matthew Socha Sexton/Messenger......................................................................................Jon Manganello * Appears courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association, the union of professional Actors and Stage Managers.

About the Playwright William Shakespeare was born on April 23, 1564, and attended the Stratford Grammar School until he was about 15. At 18, he married Anne Hathaway, with whom he had three children. There are no records of Shakespeare’s life between 1585 and 1592, when he first established himself as an actor and playwright in London. Shakespeare’s most productive association was with the acting troupe, The Lord Chamberlain’s Men, where he served as actor, playwright, and shareholder. Between 1592 and 1611, he wrote 37 plays. He spent the earlier part of those years primarily composing comedies and histories, and wrote most of his great tragedies (1601-1609). Shakespeare composed his romances (1606-1611) when he no longer felt bound by the more realistic devices of his earlier historical and tragic forms. Shakespeare retired to Stratford in 1610, where he lived comfortably as a country gentleman until his death on April 23, 1616. Shakespeare’s tremendous gift for creating characters through his deep understanding of human nature, along with the sensitivity, humor, and depth in his writing have made him the most popular playwright of all time.


About the Cast Josh Berkowitz (Conrad) senior, BFA Perf., West Bloomfield, MI Ben Blackman (Benedick) first-year, BFA Perf., New York, NY Alli Brown (Beatrice) sophomore, BFA Perf., Bloomfield Township, MI Erin Cousins (Hero) senior, BFA Perf., Muskegon, MI Aislinn Frantz (Wisecup) junior, BTA Theatre Studies, Dowagiac, MI Gordon Granger (Verges) senior, BFA Perf., Mamaroneck, NY Neal Kelley (Dogberry) sophomore, BFA Perf., Ann Arbor, MI Paul Koch (Don Pedro) senior, BFA Perf., Mill Valley, CA Jon Manganello (Messenger/Sexton) sophomore, BFA Perf., Grosse Pointe Park, MI Tim Markham (George Seacole) first-year, BFA Perf., Novi, MI Philip Maxwell (Claudio) first-year, BFA Perf., Kalamazoo, MI Jake McClory (Balthazar) senior, BM Choral Music Educ. w/Teaching Cert., Northville, MI James Piper (Antonio) guest artist, Ann Arbor, MI Joey Richter (Hugh Oatcake) senior, BFA Perf., Laguna Niguel, CA Dan Rubens (Don John) junior, BFA Perf./senior, BA English, Mattawan, MI Madeline Sharton (Ursula) sophomore, BFA Perf., Newton, MA Matthew Socha (Friar Francis) junior, BFA Perf., Naperville, IL Nick Strauss (Borachio) senior, BFA Perf., Weston, CT Brittany Uomoleale (Margaret) sophomore, BFA Perf., Westport, CT Kendra Williams (Phoebe) first-year, BFA Perf., Toronto, Ontario, Canada Leigh Woods (Leonato) Professor of Theatre, UM Dept. of Theatre & Drama, Ann Arbor, MI

About the Artists Kristi Davis (Choreographer) Choreography: Michigan: The Croswell Opera House, The Encore Theatre; New York City: Radio City Music Hall — The Rockette Experience; Los Angeles: The Buddy Ebsen Show, Girls of Rock & Roll International Tour. Dance Instructor: Washtenaw Community College, UM Dept. of Musical Theatre. Acting: Radio City Rockette (w/Maurice Hines, Susan Anton); danced for President Clinton in Concert of the Americas (Quincy Jones producer);  South Pacific (w/Jack Jones); Sugar Babies II (w/Juliet Prowse, Rip Taylor); Buddy Ebsen Show (w/Buddy Ebsen). Other: Member National Association for Drama Therapy; formerly SAG, AGVA. Gary Decker (Scenic Designer) has designed more than 100 productions. In Michigan, he has worked at the Gem, Attic, Birmingham, Boarshead, and Purple Rose Theatres. Recent designs include the national tours of The Sunshine Boys and Same Time, Next Year. His scenic design for Fully Committed at The Century Theatre earned the Detroit Free Press 2002 Theatre Design Excellence Award. He has designed interiors or lighting for commercial projects including: The Elwood Grill in Detroit, The Fashion Cafe in New York, and The Arndale Centre in Manchester, UK. Theatre Department faculty member since 1984.


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About the Artists Jessica H ahn (Costume Designer) Assoc. Professor, Head of Design and Production, Dept. of Theatre & Drama. UM: Ragtime, Pride and Prejudice, Madmen and Specialists, You Never Can Tell, J.B., Playing for Time, The Pajama Game, The Burial at Thebes. Regional Theatre: Virginia Stage Company; Goodman Theatre; Lyric Opera Center; Northlight Theatre; Court Theatre; Roundabout Theatre, N.Y.; Utah Shakespearean Festival; Minneapolis Children’s Theatre Co.; former resident designer: Hubbard St. Dance Co., National Jewish Theatre. Awards: Seven nominations and three Joseph Jefferson Awards, Charles MacArthur Award. Other: Member, USAA; MFA in Design, Carnegie Mellon University. John Neville-Andrews (Director) Professor and head of performance, Dept. of Theatre & Drama. UM: Director: Uncommon Women and Others, Our Lady of 121st Street, She Stoops to Conquer, A Flea in Her Ear, In Arabia We’d All Be Kings, The Nutcracker, Don’t Dress for Dinner, The Secret Rapture, Measure for Measure. Acting: The Tempest, The Male Animal, Major Barbara. Regional Theatre: Former Artistic Producer, Michigan Shakespeare Festival and The Shakespeare Theatre, Washington, D.C.; he has directed and acted for numerous regional theatres, Broadway and Off-Broadway, and Shakespeare Festivals throughout the country. Rob Murphy (Lighting Designer) is an Assoc. Professor of Design in the Dept. of Theatre & Drama. UM: Armide, Macbeth, Evita, Albert Herring, Ella Minnow Pea, As You Like It, J.B., The Who’s Tommy, The Pajama Game, The Burial at Thebes, A Flea in Her Ear, Tartuffe. Regional Theatre: Almost 100 LORT scenic and lighting designs: The Guthrie Theatre, Mark Taper Forum, La Jolla Playhouse, NY Theatre Workshop; worked with directors Robert Woodruff, Anne Bogart, Bartlett Sher, Micheal Grief, and Oskar Eustis; former resident designer: Trinity Rep. Co., Missouri Rep. Theatre. Dawn Rivard (Wig & Make-up Designer) World Premieres: Ragtime, Sunset Boulevard, Showboat, Rio de Sangre.  International Theatre:  Teatro Alla Scala, Rinaldo;  Award winning productions of Cats and Beauty and the Beast in Germany & Switzerland. TV/ Film:  Emmy Award  for  Feast of All Saints, wig builder for  Hairspray, Skinwalkers,  and Mike Myers’ The Love Guru. Clients have included Sir Peter Ustinov, Donald Sutherland,  Neve Campbell,  Stockard Channing, Shawn Ashmore, and Louis Gossett, Jr.  Emily Stromberg (Stage Manager) is a junior BFA design & production student concentrating in stage management. UM: 2010 Halloween Concert (SM), So the Arrow Flies (SM), Our Town (1st ASM), Under Milk Wood (ASM). MUSKET: Man of La Mancha (SM), Hair (1st ASM). Basement Arts: Me And My Dick (SM), A Very Potter Musical (SM). Regional Theatre: Westport Country Playhouse summer apprentice. Other: Kazanan/ Spencer/Ruskin & Associates, Equity department intern.


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Acknowledgments Special thanks to Scott Boerma, UM Marching Band Director, and James Mueller for the use of the sousaphone. Additional thanks to the Stratford Festival and Wanda Longo and Lee Graff from Cover FX. This production is entered in the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KC/ACTF).

Staff for Much Ado About Nothing School of Music, Theatre & Dance Dean..........................................................Christopher Kendall department of theatre & drama Chair................................................................Priscilla Lindsay Department Administrator................................ Jennifer Knapp Student Services............................................Becky Seauvageau Administrative Asst................................................ Tim Abbott Performance/Directing... Erik Fredricksen, Sarah-Jane Gwillim, Philip Kerr, Annette Masson, Janet Maylie, John Neville-Andrews, Jerry Schwiebert, Malcolm Tulip Design/Production.................... Toni Y. Auletti, George Bacon, Mark Allen Berg, Gary Decker, Douglas Edwards, Jessica Hahn, Richard W. Lindsay, Jr., Vincent Mountain, Rob Murphy, Christianne Myers, Henry Reynolds, Arthur Ridley, Nancy Uffner Theatre Studies/Playwriting..........................Glenda Dickerson, Mbala Nkanga, OyamO, E.J. Westlake, Leigh Woods Arts Mgmt............Jeffrey Kuras, Greg Poggi, Kerianne M. Tupac Interarts..................................... Holly Hughes, Malcolm Tulip Professors Emeriti........................ Jack E. Bender, Alan Billings, John Russell Brown, Peter W. Ferran, Zelma Weisfeld University Productions Director.................................................................Jeffrey Kuras Department Administrator.............................. Fatima Abdullah Office Assistant III/Usher Coordinator..................Shelda Smith Marketing & Communications Dir............. Kerianne M. Tupac Graphic Design.....................................................CAP Designs Photographer..................................... Peter Smith Photography Information Systems Manager.......................... Henry Reynolds Facilities Manager.................................................Shannon Rice House Manager............................................. Dianne Widzinski Senior Backstage Operations Mgr...........................Barry LaRue Backstage Operations Mgrs..........Mark Gordon, David Pickell, Kurt Thoma, Donald C. Watkins Administrative Office Assistants.................. ZoĂŤ Allen-Wickler, Allison Brown, Abrielle Case, Pauline Hagedorn, Sara Shvartzman, Kevin Tan, Caleb White Production Staff Production Manager......................................Amanda Mengden Production Stage Manager................................... Nancy Uffner Production Office Assistants..................................... Bianca Lee, Brandon Penberton, Elise Wooten Technical Director (Power)............................. Douglas Edwards Master Carpenter (Power)..................................Michael Braico Carpenter (Power).......................................... Brandon Carruth Technical Director (Walgreen)................Richard W. Lindsay, Jr. Carpenter (Walgreen) . ..................................... Robert Michael Charge Scenic Artist............................................Toni Y. Auletti

Scenic Artist......................................................Beth Sandmaier Properties Master.................................................Arthur Ridley Asst. Properties Master.........................................Patrick Drone Master Electrician............................................Mark Allen Berg Sound Engineers........................Roger Arnett, Henry Reynolds Costume Shop Manager.................................... Lynn Holbrook Assoc. Costume Shop Manager........................... George Bacon Cutter/Drapers............................................Virginia R. Luedke, Lea M. Morello, T J Williamson Crafts Artisan............................................Elizabeth Gunderson Costume Stock Administrator............................... Renae Skoog Production Crew First Asst. Stage Manager................................. Amalea Chininis Asst. Stage Manager.....................Meg Bellino, Roman Micevic Asst. to the Director..........................................Amanda Cohen Asst. to the Scenic Designer....................................Lisa Griebel Asst. Costume Designer......................... Marguerite Woodward Asst. Master Electrician.......................................Rachael Albert Scenery (Power)........ Ariel Halt, Justin Megrete, Megan Sawyer, Paint.............. Shana Burns, Jordan Braun*, Catherine Cornell*, Claire DiVizio, Christine Ella, Elena Garcia*, Richard Grasso, Austin Kozlowski, Alicia Moore, Jordan Schroeder, Nicolas Ward, students of Theatre 250 Props........ Rachael Albert, Michelle Bryan, Holland Grossman, Tyler Jones, Catherine Keys, Louis King, Trevor St. John-Gilbert, Erik Skoog, Katherine Thomas, students of Theatre 250 Professional Stitchers...................Patty Branum, Laura Kantner, Rene Plante, Suzanne Young Costumes........... Joshua Beurer, Amalea Chininis, Corey Davis, Carrie Fisk, Catherine Herron, Austin Hoeltzel, Laura Irion, Adrienne Johnson, Shawn McCulloch, Maura Niemisto, Desiree Oakley, Yonit Olsham, students of Theatre 250 Lighting.....................Rachael Albert, Mary Clare Blake-Booth, Carisa Bledsoe, Andrew Burkhardt, Nathaniel Daly, Kimberly Hunter, Claire Jaffe, Andrew Lott, Charles Malott, Adam McCarthy, Tess Nugent, Sarah Petty, Amanda Rutishauser, William Welch, Andrew Wysocki, students of Theatre 250 Running Crew Scenery.....................................Jason Kovacs, Reilly Richardson Props.................................Kerry Concannon, Holland Grossman Light Board Operator...................................... Andrew Klopach Lighting....................................................... Taylor Louderman Wardrobe.............................................. C. J. Eldred, Al Fallick, Lauren Jordan, Erica Nagy, Elizabeth Parker Wigs and Makeup..........................................Jordana Grolnick, Olivia Lloyd, Taylor Norton, Allison Stock ‥ Crew Head

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U-M Friends of Theatre & Drama Annual Gifts from July 1, 2009 - November 17, 2010 Gifts provide scholarship support, bring in guest artists, and create important performance opportunities for students. Gifts of $1,000 & above Anonymous Richard & Mona Alonzo Anne & Jim Duderstadt Priscilla Lindsay & Richard Ferguson-Wagstaffe Lynn & Philip Metzger P. LaMont & JoAnn King Okey Judith & Donald Rumelhart Gifts of $500-$999 Herb & Carol Amster Ralph P. Beebe H. D. Cameron Jill & Jim Gabbe Barbara Galvin Dr. & Mrs. David J. Herzig John & Gretchen Neal Jackson Alan & Jean Krisch Robert & Pearson Macek Gregory & Allison Poggi Stuart Erwin Sacks Dr. William W. Taylor Michael Shoemaker Wright III Gifts of $250-$499 William & Ilene Birge Janet & Erik Fredricksen Janet & David Fritsch Charlotte Hanson Rose & John Henderson Lockheed Martin Corporation Mary & Chandler Matthews Peggy McCracken & Douglas Anderson Dr. & Mrs. James McNamara, Jr. Joseph A. Placek Clifford & Ingrid Sheldon George W. & Mary Tewksbury

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Pentecost, Dept. of Theatre & Drama, Oct. 2010 — Inset: Set model by student designer Marguerite Woodward; Photo: Realized set w/lighting design by student Adam McCarthy

Program for "Much Ado About Nothing"  

Program for the Dept. of Theatre & Drama's production of "Much Ado About Nothing," December 9-12, 2010.

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