THIS LAND WAS MADE Digital Program

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THIS LAND WAS MADE

A PLAY BY TORI SAMPSON

DIRECTED BY TAYLOR REYNOLDS

PRESENTS

THIS LAND WAS MADE

A PLAY BY TORI SAMPSON

WITH

ANTOINETTE CROWE-LEGACY

EZRA KNIGHT

LELAND FOWLER

JULIAN ELIJAH MARTINEZ

SET DESIGN WILSON CHIN

LIGHTING DESIGN ADAM HONOR É

MATTHEW GRIFFIN

CURTIS MORLAYE

CO-COSTUME DESIGN

DOMINIQUE FAWN HILL

SOUND DESIGN & ORIGINAL MUSIC FAN ZHANG

PRODUCTION STAGE MANAGER ANNE McPHERSON

PRESS REPRESENTATIVE THE PRESS ROOM

SEAN PATRICK HIGGINS YASHA JACKSON

OLIVER PALMER

LIBYA V. PUGH

CO-COSTUME DESIGN DESHON ELEM

HAIR & WIG DESIGN

NIKIYA MATHIS

ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGER

CAROLINA ARBOLEDA

CASTING DIRECTOR

HENRY RUSSELL BERGSTEIN, CSA

ASSOCIATE ARTISTIC DIRECTOR JESSE CAMERON ALICK

DIRECTOR OF PRODUCTION

CORRINE K. LIVINGSTON

PROPERTIES SUPERVISOR ALEXANDER WYLIE

MOVEMENT DIRECTOR ADESOLA OSAKALUMI

CASTING DIRECTOR THE TELSEY OFFICE / DESTINY LILLY, CSA

GENERAL MANAGER

ALMA MALABANAN-M c GRATH

DIRECTED BY TAYLOR REYNOLDS

Vineyard Theatre’s 2022-2023 Season is generously supported by Season Sponsors Jay Alix and Una Jackman (Lakeview Productions and Talu Productions).

Leadership support for This Land Was Made is provided by The Edgerton Foundation; The Nathan Cummings Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; John & Robyn Horn Foundation; NYC Women’s Media, Music and Theatre Fund administered by New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) in partnership with the City of New York Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment (MOME).

Artistic Directors Circle sponsors include Darnell-Moser Charitable Fund and Mark Lerner & Steven Frank.

DOUGLAS AIBEL ARTISTIC DIRECTOR SARAH STERN ARTISTIC DIRECTOR SUZANNE APPEL MANAGING DIRECTOR

A LETTER FROM THE ARTISTIC DIRECTORS

Dear friends,

We are delighted to welcome you to The Vineyard for the final show in our 2022-23 season: the world premiere of Tori Sampson’s This Land Was Made.

We have had the pleasure of working with Tori on This Land Was Made since it was part of our developmental lab program in 2018. We were captivated by this richly imagined and incisively wrought story, and we fell in love with these characters, and their yearnings, dreams and complexities. We couldn’t wait to share this story with audiences in a fully realized production, and now, after years of delay due to the pandemic, we are finally here and immersed in Miss Trish’s bar in Oakland in 1967.

This Land Was Made transports us to a time in our country’s recent past with profound resonance for our own. A time when Oakland was alive with activism — sit-ins, speeches, the rise of the Black Panther Party and the peace movement — and when both the camaraderie and clashing of different political ideologies within the city and its communities led the way for protest throughout the country. Tori examines our history with her original, probing, comic and poetic imagination, drawing us into a world in which anything can happen, and might have. In her note in this program, she shares some of the personal history which inspired the play.

We are thrilled to be collaborating with Tori and to have the gifted director Taylor Reynolds at the helm of this world-premiere production. This production is also notable for bringing together a team of brilliant collaborators with whom we have long hoped to work: Wilson Chin, Dominique Fawn Hill and Deshon Elem, Adam Honoré, Fan Zhang, Adesola Osakalumi, Nikiya Mathis, and production stage manager Anne McPherson, all of whom are making their Vineyard Theatre debuts. We are grateful to them and to their incredible associates and to our wonderful stage management team and crew for bringing the world of This Land Was Made to vibrant life.

Thank you for joining us for this show, and for going on the journey of this season with us! Whether it’s your first Vineyard show or your 100th, we are so grateful that you are part of our community.

OAKLAND, 1967

My mother was about ten-years-old when she began living with her “fun” aunt and uncle. They threw nightly parties, allowed her to watch tv as they attended their “secret meeting,” ate adventurous foods, made their own jewelry, and had great senses of humor.

My mom admired them dearly, and when it was clear that she would be living with them for more than a few weeks, they had no choice but to have her tag along to their meetings.

She would soon discover these were Black Panther meetings. I was raised by a mother who was nurtured and loved by Black Panthers, and I’m so appreciative of that. It’s what truly inspired my interest in the Party. The Black Panthers are a part of world history, American history, and my family history.

What I adored most about my mother’s recollections of the Panthers was how she described them as everyday people with huge, yet heavy hearts aimed at cultivating change.

My studies in sociology taught me the importance of ethnographic work. Because the most informative method of understanding major societal shifts is from the POV of everyday folks.

Thus, I began exploring the world of This Land Was Made. I set it in a blue-collar bar because I’m from Boston; “Cheers” is comedy gold in my house and this play is indeed a comedy. That’s another wisdom passed down from my mother, “Make it funny. Everybody loves to laugh even if the joke’s on them.”

My great-aunt kept her affiliation with the Panthers a secret from her mother. From what I’m told my great-grandmother was, what we’d consider today, a Black conservative. My mother was a Black radical. The ideological differences between Black liberals, moderates, conservatives and nationalists influenced my childhood, and I wanted to dig deeper into that.

Thanks to the amazing city of Oakland. I hope I’ve done y’all justice. I want to thank the late Ed Bullins for talking with me about his own Black Panther memories. I want to thank Kathleen Cleaver for letting me bend her ear in New Haven. Thank you to Huey’s family who came to see a workshop production of the play and embraced it. Thank you to Vineyard Theatre for supporting this piece of work since 2018. I’m so incredibly grateful to have the support of this theatre in my corner.

And finally, thank YOU… theatregoer! I know you have many choices of shows to see, that theatre isn’t cheap, and that you are all busy humans. I’m humbled you chose to spend the evening here with this production.

THE CAST

Sassy ...................................................................

ANTOINETTE CROWE-LEGACY

Drew ......................................................................................... LELAND FOWLER

Troy ....................................................................................... MATTHEW GRIFFIN Officer Heanes / Officer .......................................... SEAN PATRICK HIGGINS

Gail ........................................................................................... YASHA JACKSON

Mr. Far .......................................................................................... EZRA KNIGHT

Huey ............................................................................ JULIAN ELIJAH MARTINEZ

Gene ...................................................................................... CURTIS MORLAYE Officer Frey / Guard ............................................................... OLIVER PALMER

Miss Trish ................................................................................... LIBYA V. PUGH

TIME: 1967

PLACE: OAKLAND, CA

THIS LAND WAS MADE WILL BE PERFORMED WITH ONE 10 MINUTE INTERMISSION

PLEASE NOTE: THIS SHOW CONTAINS THE USE OF HERBAL CIGARETTES, HAZE, STROBING LIGHTS, AND DEPICTIONS OF GUN VIOLENCE

WHO’S WHO

ANTOINETTE CROWE-LEGACY (Sassy) stars opposite Forest Whitaker in the EPIX series “Godfather of Harlem,” the third season of which is currently streaming on MGM+. Antoinette can also be seen opposite Anne Hathaway and Jared Leto in the WeWork limited series “WeCrashed” for Apple TV+. After that, she made her Broadway debut in the highlyacclaimed Slave Play at the August Wilson Theater, which also completed a limited run of the show in Los Angeles at the Mark Taper Forum.

Antoinette can also be seen in Rebecca Hall’s feature Passing opposite Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga. The film made a near record-breaking sale to Netflix for over $16M at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival. Among Antoinette’s many theater credits, she played leading roles in both Tori Sampson’s play If Pretty Hurts Ugly Must Be a Muhfucka, which Leah Gardiner directed at Playwrights Horizons, as well as in Aziza Barnes’s play BLKS, directed by Robert O’Hara, for MCC Theater. Antoinette graduated from Yale’s MFA Acting Program, where she received the 2018 Carol Finch Dye Award. Past winners include Meryl Streep and Frances McDormand. Antoinette Crowe-Legacy is based in New York.

LELAND FOWLER (Drew) Off-Broadway: Plays for the Plague Year, Henry V, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (The Public); one in two (The New Group); Novenas for a Lost Hospital (Rattlestick); If Pretty Hurts, Ugly Must Be a Muhfucka (Playwrights Horizons); Measure for Measure (TFANA).

Regional: Williamstown Theatre Festival, Dorset Theatre Festival, St. Louis Shakespeare Festival, Westport Country Playhouse, McCarter Theatre Center, Yale Rep, Chautauqua Theatre Company, Alliance Theatre. TV: “City on a Hill.” Education: BA, Morehouse College; MFA, Yale School of Drama. Leland is a member of The Actor’s Center.

MATTHEW GRIFFIN ( Troy) is thrilled to be a member of this incredible company and show. Credits include — Broadway: The Collaboration (u/s Jean-Michel Basquiat), Tina — The Tina Turner Musical (OBC), OffBroadway: The New Yorkers at City Center, Born For This (Cutler Majestic), Cruel Intentions the Musical, Much Ado About Nothing, and others. TV

Credits: “Inventing Anna” (Netflix, Co-Star), “Godfather of Harlem” (EPIX, Co-Star). Education: Circle in the Square Theater School. All Glory to God. Thankful for my family and friends, KMR Talent, Henry Russell Bergstein and Destiny Lily, and you.

SEAN PATRICK HIGGINS (Officer Heanes / Officer / Fight Captain) Vineyard Debut. Off-Broadway: Sleep No More (PunchDrunk NYC), A Clockwork Orange (New World Stages), Awful Event! (Baryshnikov Arts Center). Regional: D’Artagnan in The Three Musketeers (Pennsylvania Shakespeare), Robin Hood in Sherwood: The Adventures of Robin Hood (New Theatre), Macbeth in Macbeth (STL Rebel & Misfits), Idaho Repertory Theatre, Yale Repertory Theatre, Livermore Shakespeare Festival, proudly notching 14 plays from Shakespeare’s canon. TV:

“The Blacklist.” Film: Hyacinth, And Tomorrow The Entire World, Early Light, Dirty, White Flags, Small Dancing Particles, The Mess He Made. Certificate from Oxford (BADA). BFA, University of Wyoming. MFA, Yale School of Drama.

YASHA JACKSON (Gail) is overjoyed to make her Off-Broadway debut at The Vineyard! TV: “The Flight Attendant” (HBO Max, SAG Ensemble Award), “Love Life” (HBO Max), “Black Mirror” (Netflix), “Ray Donovan” (Showtime), “Run the World” (Starz), “Blue Bloods” (CBS), “Manifest” (Netflix) “The Get Down” (Netflix), “The Bold Type” (Freeform), “Helpsters” (Apple+), “Nurse Jackie” (Showtime) and “Law & Order: SVU” (NBC). Film: Space Cadet (upcoming), The Hating Game (BCDF Films/Hulu), Clifford the Big Red Dog (Paramount Pictures), A Killer Among Us, Either Side of Midnight, Little Boxes. Yasha has also done over 50 on-camera & voiceover commercials. A graduate of SUNY Purchase Acting Conservatory, she gives all glory to God. Mark 9:23.

EZRA KNIGHT (Mr. Far) Vineyard debut. Broadway: Mean Girls, Pretty Woman (OBC), Cymbeline. Off-Broadway: Coal Country (Public Theatre/ Audible Theatre, original cast), Toni Stone (Roundabout Theatre, original cast), Merchant of Venice & Oroonoko (Theatre for a New Audience, Julius Caesar (Public Theatre). Regional: Ivo Van Hove’s A View From The Bridge (Goodman Threatre), Playing the Assassin (Penguin Rep/Theatreworks Hartford/DTC), Othello (The Acting Company). TV: “East New York,” “The Equalizer,” “Found,” “Ordinary Joe,” “Power Book III: Raising Kanan,” “Billions,” “Daredevil (season 3),” “The Blacklist,” “Law & Order.” Film: The Tender Bar, Lost Cat Corona, The Abandoned, Blood Sand & Gold, Symposium (short film).

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JULIAN ELIJAH MARTINEZ (Huey) Vineyard debut. Broadway: Network.

Off-Broadway: Sanctuary City (New York Theater Workshop), Anatomy of A Suicide (Atlantic Theater Company), Mud (Boundless Theater Company), Alligator (New Georges). Regional: King Lear (Shakespeare Theater Company), Father Comes Home From The Wars Part 1, 2, 3 (co-production Yale Rep and A.C.T), and 9 Circles (Forum Theatre, Helen Hayes nomination).

TV: “Wu-tang: An American Saga,” “Law and Order: SVU,” “That Damn Michael Che Show,” “Prodigal Son,” and “Elementary.” Other: Company member of The Acting Company, co-founder of the Encompass Collective, Board member of Developing Artists. Training: MFA Yale School of Drama. julianelijahmartinez.com

CURTIS MORLAYE (Gene) recently completed production on the independent film Rob Peace, directed by Chiwetel Ejiofor. He can be seen in David Simon’s HBO limited series “We Own This City,” as well as in Season 3 of the Apple TV+ series “Dickinson” and the Showtime series “City On A Hill.” Recent theatre credits include Lockdown (Rattlestick Theater) and Wrong River (Flint Repertory Theatre). Training: MFA Yale School of Drama. He was born in Liberia, but raised in New Orleans.

OLIVER PALMER (Officer Frey / Guard) feels incredibly blessed to be making his Off-Broadway debut at the Vineyard Theatre. Regional: American Buffalo (Dorset Theater Festival), Two Gentlemen of Verona (Shakespeare in the Square). Film/TV: “FBI” and “Blue” (CBS), “Orange is the New Black” and “Daredevil” (Netflix). Education: B.F.A. NYU Tisch Stella Adler/ Experimental Theatre Wing. Originally from Owensboro, Kentucky, Oliver Palmer is an award-winning screenwriter dedicated to sharing southern stories. To Elizabeth: my heart, always. More at www.olivercpalmer.com

LIBYA V. PUGH (Miss Trish) Theatrical credits include: Dot (Vineyard Theatre), Tami in How To Catch Creation (Geva Theatre), Doubt (Peterborough Players), Naomi in In the Book Of (Florida Studio Theatre), Francine/Lena in Clybourne Park (Alley Theatre), The Dreams of Sara Breedlove (Goodman Theater), Valdemar/Others in Final Strange Tale Of Edgar Allen Poe; Caroline, or Change; The Rivals (Baltimore Center Stage), Portia in Julius Caesar (Shakespeare on the Sound). The Bluest Eye & Wedding Band (Steppenwolf).

Film/Television: “FBI,” “Kindergarten Teacher,” “One Life To Live,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “Dark Seed,” “Jack’s Big Music Show,” “Under the City.”

Education: University of Illinois-UC (MFA) and University of Louisiana (BFA). Thank you to my family for their support, Bret Adams, Ltd., and Vineyard Theatre.

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TORI SAMPSON (Playwright) is a native of Boston. By introducing her daughter to the genius that was Carroll O’Connor, Tori’s mother opened her eyes to the art and power of comedy for “goodness sake.” Today, Tori focuses her imagination on creating comedies for the stage and screen. Her plays include If Pretty Hurts Ugly Must be a Muhfucka (Playwrights Horizons, 2019) and Cadillac Crew (Yale Repertory Theater, 2019).

Her plays have been developed at Great Plains Theatre Conference, Berkeley Repertory Theatre’s The Ground Floor residency program, Victory Garden’s IGNITION Festival of New Plays, Playwrights Foundation, Ubuntu Festival, and Vineyard Theatre. Tori is a 2017–18 Playwright’s Center Jerome Fellow and a 2018-19 Mcknight Fellow. Her awards and honors include the 2016 Paula Vogel Award in Playwriting from The Kennedy Center; the Lorraine Hansberry Playwriting Award, Second Place; the Alliance Theater’s 2017 Kendeda Prize, Finalist; the 2018 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, Finalist. Tori is currently working on commissions from Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Yale Repertory Theatre, Old Globe Theater, and Atlantic Theater Company. She holds a BS in sociology from Ball State University and an MFA in playwriting from Yale School of Drama.

Tori is currently a writer on “His & Hers” at Netflix. Other TV credits include “Citadel” at Amazon, “Three Women,” at STARZ, “Hunters” at Amazon, and an episode for the Amazon anthology “Solos.” On the development front, she is currently co-creating an adaptation of the novel The Secret Lives of Church Ladies for HBO Max and an original animated series for Bad Robot. Prior to that she developed a drama with Anonymous Content and Drake, and wrote a comedy for HBO with Issa Rae producing. On the feature side, Tori wrote the movie 61 for Disney+ that tells the true story of Chris Paul.

TAYLOR REYNOLDS (Director) is an OBIE-award winning director based in New York, originally from Chicago. Selected directing credits: Clyde’s (Berkeley Rep/Huntington Theatre), La Race (Page 73/Working Theater), Tambo & Bones (Playwrights Horizons/CTG), Man Cave (Page 73), The Most Spectacularly Lamentable Trial of Miz Martha Washington (Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, New York Times Critic’s Pick), Richard & Jane & Dick & Sally (Baltimore Center Stage/Playwrights Realm), Plano (Clubbed Thumb, Drama Desk nomination for Best Director), Songs About Trains (Radical Evolution), and Think Before You Holla (creator/ deviser). Taylor has worked as a director, assistant, and collaborator with companies including Keen Company, Ojai Playwrights Conference, MCC, New Georges, MTC, Signature Theatre Company, and The 24 Hour Plays. She is the 2021 LPTW Lucille Lortel Award recipient, a New Georges Affiliated Artist, 2017-2018 Clubbed Thumb Directing Fellow, and Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab alum. BFA, Carnegie Mellon University. Member of SDC.

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WILSON CHIN (Set Design) Broadway: Cost of Living, Pass Over (Drama Desk and Lortel Award nominations), Next Fall. Off-Broadway: A Bright New Boise (Signature Theatre), the bandaged place (Roundabout Underground), The Thanksgiving Play (Playwrights Horizons), Space Dogs (MCC, Lortel Award nomination), Teenage Dick (Ma-Yi/Public), Sakina’s Restaurant (Audible). Opera: Turandot (Washington National Opera), Lucia di Lammermoor (Lyric Opera of Chicago), Eine Florentinische Tragödie/Gianni Schicchi (Canadian Opera, Dora Award winner). Film/television: Pass Over (dir. Spike Lee), “Game Theory with Bomani Jones” (HBO), “Blindspot” (NBC). Eastern Region Board member of Local USA 829. Instagram: @wilsonchindesign

DOMINIQUE FAWN HILL (Co-Costume Design) Broadway: Fat Ham. Regional: Hedwig and The Angry Inch and Rent (Portland Center Stage), Dark Girl Chronicles: CHRONICLE X (The Shed), 125th & FREEdom (National Black Theatre), Fat Ham (The Public Theater & The National Black Theatre), Tambo & Bones (Playwrights Horizons & CTG), Where the Mountain Meets the Sea (MTC). Awards and Nominations: Obie Award, USITT/USA Prague Quadrennial Best Costume Design Award, Lucille Lortel Award Nominee, and Tony Award Nominee. dominiquefhill.com

DESHON ELEM (Co-Costume Design) is an Afrofuturist/Afrosurrealist artist and designer from The Bronx, by way of Harlem. Her design career has been centered around working on shows that highlight and uplift Black stories and voices. They are excited to be collaborating with Dominique Fawn Hill and The Vineyard on this meaningful piece of theater art.

ADAM HONORÉ (Lighting Design) Broadway: Ain’t No Mo’, Chicken and Biscuits. Select OffBroadway: A Man of No Importance (Classic Stage), Patience (Second Stage), Ain’t No Mo’ (The Public), Carmen Jones (Classic Stage). Select Regional: Trading Places (Alliance Theatre), The Bluest Eye (Huntington Theater Co), The Amen Corner (Shakespeare Theatre Co). Drama Desk, Elliot Norton, Henry Hewes, and Helen Hayes Award Nominee; AUDELCO Award recipient. @itsadamhonore

FAN ZHANG 张颿 (Sound Design and Original Music) Off-Broadway: The Far Country (Atlantic), At the Wedding (Lincoln Center), Snow in Midsummer (Classic Stage), Paris (Atlantic), Our Dear Dead Drug Lord (Second Stage & WP), Pumpgirl (Irish Rep), Suicide Forest (Ma-Yi), Molly Sweeney (Theatre Row), Behind the Sheet (Ensemble Studio), The Trail of the Catonsville Nine (Transport Group), On That Day in Amsterdam (59E59). Regional: Old Globe, Shakespeare Theatre Company, Berkeley Rep, Arena Stage, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Milwaukee Rep, Capital Rep, Artists Repertory Theatre, Long Wharf, Pittsburgh City Theatre, Portland Center Stage, Studio Theatre D.C., Yale Rep, Two River Theater, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Cincinnati Playhouse, Huntington Theater, and more. Head of the sound program at Purdue University. Education: MFA, Yale School of Drama. www.fanzhangsound.com

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NIKIYA MATHIS (Hair & Wig Design) Broadway: Once Upon A One More Time, Death of A Salesman, TopDog/Underdog, Chicken & Biscuits. Off-Broadway: Primary Trust (Roundabout), A Raisin in The Sun; Richard III (Public Theater), Crumbs From the Table of Joy (Keen Co), The Cotillion (Movement Theatre Company), Black No More (New Group), Nollywood Dreams (MCC), Wedding Band (TFANA), Stew (Page 73), Crowndation (National Black Theater). Regional: Goddess (Berkeley Rep), The Glorious World of Crowns Kinks & Curls (Baltimore Center Stage), The Garden (LaJolla Playhouse), An Iliad (Longwharf Theatre). Awards: Obie Award; Henry Hewes Award; Antonyo Award; Drama Desk, nominee. MFA: NYU Tisch Grad Acting. @our_black_tresses

ADESOLA OSAKALUMI (Movement Director) Good Grief (Vineyard), Skeleton Crew (Broadway MTC), Drinking in America (Audible), Cullud Wattah, Coal Country, Othello (Public Theater), runboyrun, Eyewitness Blues (NYTW), Jam on the Groove (Minetta Lane) and the film School of Rock. As an Actor: Skeleton Crew, Fela!, Equus (Broadway), runboyrun (NYTW), Syncing Ink (Flea/ Alley Theater) and the films Red Pill, IBRAHIM, Enchanted, Across the Universe, and Sex and the City 2. TV: “Endgame”, “Ice”, “Blue Bloods”. Awards: Bessie Award Recipient, Drama Desk & Antonyo Award Nominee. I give thanks to my Family for their constant support and love.

ALEXANDER WYLIE (Properties Supervisor)

Broadway: Fat Ham, Into the Woods, Broadway Backwards 2023 - 2019. Off-Broadway: Richard III, Merry Wives (Shakespeare in the Park), Plays for the Plague Year, The Vagrant Trilogy, Ain’t No Mo’ (The Public), Parade (New York City Center), Black Odyssey, A Man of No Importance (Classic Stage Company), Amahl and the Night Visitors (Onsite Opera), I’m Revolting (The Atlantic), Twilight: Los Angeles 1992 (Signature Theatre), ONCE UPON A (korean) TIME, The Chinese Lady (Ma-Yi). Film: Troy. MFA: UNC School of the Arts.

alexanderwylie.com

THE PRESS ROOM (Press Representative) Broadway: Hamilton, The Book of Mormon and this season’s Prima Facie starring Jodie Comer. Off-Broadway: Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish. Institutions: The Acting Company, Barrington Stage Company, Drama Book Shop, Hunter Theater Project, National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene, NY Classical Theatre, Ogunquit Playhouse, Out of the Box Theatrics, Paper Mill Playhouse, Rosie’s Theater Kids, Shakespeare’s Globe, Vineyard Theatre, Waterwell, The Wooster Group. Upcoming: Born for This, Grace, Invincible, Personality, Sidney, A Wonderful World, Working Girl The Musical. thepressroomnyc.com

HENRY RUSSELL BERGSTEIN, CSA (Casting Director) Most recently VP of casting at HBO Max. Theatre: Broadway, Off-Broadway and Off-Off Broadway specializing in new American plays and musicals. Over 20 productions at Vineyard Theatre and numerous productions at Ars Nova, LCT3, Signature, Rattlestick and PS 122. Emmy nominated for HBO’s “Succession,” Netflix’s “Inventing Anna” Other television: “The Other Two,” “Mozart in the Jungle,” “Black Mirror,” “Ramy”(pilot). Film: Mass (Independent Spirit Robert Altman Award), Black Bear, The Kindergarten Teacher, Saturday Church, It Felt Like Love, Grandma, The Week Of, Love After Love and Vampires Vs. The Bronx. Podcasts: “Homecoming” and “Anthem: Homunculus.”

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THE TELSEY OFFICE / DESTINY LILLY, CSA (Casting Director) With offices in both New York and Los Angeles, The Telsey Office casts for theatre, film, television and commercials. The Telsey Office is dedicated to creating safe, equitable, and anti-racist spaces through collaboration, artistry, heart, accountability and advocacy.

ANNE McPHERSON (Production Stage Manager) Vineyard debut! Some Broadway: My Fair Lady, Once on this Island, The Iceman Cometh, M. Butterfly, Holiday Inn, Chicago, The King and I, Wicked, Les Misérables, Pippin, Motown, Mary Poppins, The Phantom of the Opera, The Coast of Utopia, Doubt, Absurd Person Singular. Some Off-Broadway: Suffs, The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe, The Rolling Stone, Hurricane Diane, Pacific Overtures, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Also: several National Tours, “This American Life: The Radio Drama Episode,” and lots of fun workshops and events. Head of Stage Management at Mason Gross School of the Arts (Rutgers University).

CAROLINA ARBOLEDA (Assistant Stage Manager) Broadway: A Strange Loop, Slave Play. OffBroadway: Man Cave (Page 73), What To Send Up When It Goes Down (The Movement Theatre Company, BAM, Playwrights Horizon), Novenas For A Lost Hospital (Rattlestick Playwrights Theater.) Regional: Fandango For Butterflies (And Coyotes) (En Garde Arts / La Jolla Playhouse), A Christmas Carol (The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis), La Egoista (Actors Theatre of Louisville.) Virtual: American Dreams (The Working Theater) International: Festival de Teatro Alternativo, Festival de Mujeres En Escena Por la Paz. She is delighted to be collaborating with Vineyard Theatre.

ADAM COY (Assistant Director) is a director, curator of vibes and actor from San Antonio. OffBroadway assisting Tambo & Bones, Selling Kabul, Wish You Were Here (Playwrights Horizons), The Coast Starlight (LCT), Mojada (The Public). Directing, Holes in the Shape of my Father (Under the Radar), What Else is True?, Crave, Zabelle (E&S). Adam is a member of Roundabout Directors Group, a TCG Rising Leader of Color and the ’21-22 Playwrights Horizons directing fellow. He is currently the Associate Artistic Director of Egg & Spoon Theatre Collective and serves on The Fled’s leadership circle. Education: Syracuse University, BFA Acting.

LAUREN KIELE DeLEON (she/her/ella) (Intimacy Director) is an American-Uruguayan intimacy professional from Miami, FL. She works at IDC as the Director of Community Education & Engagement. Selected credits include, Off Broadway: Eva Luna & La Conducta de la Via (Repertorio Espanol), Bloom Bloom Pow (Gural Theatre ART/NY). Regional: Hair and The Mountaintop (Weston Playhouse), Sleeper (BRIC), Blooms and SMART (Ensemble Studio Theatre), Queen of Basel (Theatreworks Hartford). TV: “Bottoms Up” (Pilot Episode, dir. Brandon Dermer). She holds a Master’s in Performance Studies from NYU, a BA in Directing from SUNY Purchase, and is intimacy trained by IDC. www.laurenkdeleon.com

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VINEYARD THEATRE develops and produces new plays and musicals that push the boundaries of what theatre can be and do. For 40 years, The Vineyard has nurtured a community of fearless theatre makers whose work has expanded the form, the field, and the larger culture.

Vineyard Theatre has transferred eleven shows to Broadway, seven directly after their acclaimed Vineyard premieres: Lucas Hnath’s Dana H. and Tina Satter’s Is This A Room (both New York Times Best Theatre of 2021); Paula Vogel’s Indecent; Nicky Silver’s The Lyons; Kander, Ebb and Thompson’s The Scottsboro Boys; Bell and Bowen’s [title of show]; and Avenue Q by Marx, Lopez and Whitty (Tony Award, Best Musical). In recent years, four additional shows launched at The Vineyard have been revived in their first Broadway productions: Paula Vogel’s Pulitzer Prize-winning How I Learned to Drive; Lanie Robertson’s Lady Day At Emerson’s Bar And Grill; Becky Mode’s Fully Committed; and Edward Albee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Three Tall Women.

From our home in NYC’s Union Square, The Vineyard develops and premieres new plays and musicals which go on to be seen around the country and the world. Recently, Jeremy O. Harris’ play “Daddy” (2019) received its London premiere at the Almeida; Ngozi Anyanwu’s Good Grief (2018) and David Cale’s Harry Clarke (2017) were recorded by Audible; Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ Gloria (2014), a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, transferred to Chicago’s Goodman Theatre; Paula Vogel’s Tony Award-winning Indecent (2016) aired on PBS’s “Great Performances” and was one of the most-produced plays nationwide in 2019; and Colman Domingo’s Dot (2016) is being adapted into an AMC series. The Vineyard’s first major digital work, Lessons in Survival, was named one of the top theatrical experiences of 2020 by The New York Times and has been viewed by audiences in more than 40 countries.

The Vineyard’s Paula Vogel Playwriting Award, Susan Stroman Directing Award, and Colman Domingo Award provide residencies to early-career artists and our education programs serve over 700 New York City public high school students annually,

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culminating in Developing Artists’ REBEL VERSES Youth Arts Festival. The Roth-Vogel New Play Commission is awarded annually to a mid- to late-career playwright to create and develop a new play with The Vineyard. Our work and artists have been honored with numerous awards including Pulitzer Prizes and Tony Awards, and the company is proud to be the recipient of special Drama Desk, Obie, and Lucille Lortel Awards for artistic excellence and support of artists.

SPECIAL THANKS

The Public Theater Production Departments

The Atlantic Theater

Signature Theatre Company

PropStar Anonymous

STAFF FOR THIS LAND WAS MADE

JESSE CAMERON ALICK , ASSOCIATE ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

ALMA MALABANAN-M c GRATH , GENERAL MANAGER

CORRINE K. LIVINGSTON , DIRECTOR OF PRODUCTION

ADAM COY, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

ANNE M c PHERSON , PRODUCTION STAGE MANAGER

LAUREN KIELE D e LEON , INTIMACY DIRECTOR

JIMMY STUBBS , ASSOCIATE SET DESIGNER

SHANNON CLARKE , ASSOCIATE LIGHTING DESIGNER

HUHAO YANG , ASSOCIATE SOUND DESIGNER

TINIKA SADIKU , ASSOCIATE WIG AND HAIR DESIGNER

CAROLINA ARBOLEDA , ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGER

TYLER DANHAUS , PRODUCTION ASSISTANT

OLIVIA MANCINI, ADAHLIA HART, ON BOOK PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS

HENRY RUSSELL BERGSTEIN, CSA , CASTING DIRECTOR

THE TELSEY OFFICE / DESTINY LILLY, CSA , CASTING DIRECTOR

CHARLIE HANO, CSA , CASTING ASSOCIATE

SHANE MARSHALL BROWN, NINA MARIE WARD, AND LOUISA PANCOAST, THE PRESS ROOM , PRESS REPRESENTATIVES

KENJI KONO, COMPANY MANAGER / COVID COMPLIANCE OFFICER

REBECCA SCHAFER , PRODUCTION MANAGER

SAM KIM , ASSISTANT PRODUCTION MANAGER

BRANDON BOGLE , TECHNICAL DIRECTOR

DESI M c COY-FISCHER , PRODUCTION ELECTRICIAN

BRIDGET CHERVENKA , ASSISTANT PRODUCTION ELECTRICAN

ALEX FETCHKO, LIGHT BOARD PROGRAMMER

HARPER WILLIAMS , PRODUCTION AUDIO

JASON REGNER , WARDROBE SUPERVISOR

JACOB CROSBIE , DECK CARPENTER / ASSISTANT TECHNICAL DIRECTOR

DE’VAUGHN SHEPHERD, LIGHTING / SOUND OPERATOR

CHRISTINE HOLT, WIG SUPERVISOR / DRESSER

JOHN MACK , WARDROBE / WIG ASSISTANT

CHRISTINE HOLT, WIG AND HAIR DESIGN ASSISTANT

ARTEMIS WHEELOCK , COSTUME DESIGN ASSISTANT

LIGHTING AND SOUND PROVIDED BY PRG

SCENIC ELEMENTS PROVIDED BY HILLBOLIC

KEY ART DESIGN BY NB STUDIO

PROGRAM DESIGN BY MARSHALL FOLTZ

DIGITAL MAR KETING AND ADVERTISING BY MARSHALL FOLTZ AND AKA

PHYSICAL THERAPY SERVICES BY PERFECT STRIDE

WARNING: The photographing or sound recording of any performance or the possession of any device for such photographing or sound recording inside this theatre, without written permission of the management, is prohibited by law. Violators may be punished by ejection and violations may render the offender liable for money damages.

FIRE NOTICE: The exit indicated by a red light and sign nearest to the seat you occupy is the shortest route to the street. In the event of fire or other emergency please do not run — WALK TO THAT EXIT.

Lighting matches or smoking in prohibited areas during the performances and intermissions violates a city ordinance and is punishable by law.

The actors and stage managers employed in this production are members of Actors’ Equity Association (AEA), the union of professional actors and stage managers in the United States. The Director is a member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society, a national theatrical labor union.

VINEYARD THEATRE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

KEN GREINER, CHAIR

ANNETTE STOVER, VICE CHAIR

MARK LERNER, SECRETARY

JOHN BARRIE, TREASURER

SUE MARKS, CHAIR, CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE

KATHRYN ERBE, EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AT LARGE

BOBBY FREEMAN, EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AT LARGE

DOUGLAS AIBEL

SUZANNE APPEL

JOHN COLES

BRANDON VICTOR DIXON

COLMAN DOMINGO

ANNE-CECILIE ENGELL SPEYER

CHRISTOPHER GOULD, ON SABATTICAL

NANCY HELLER

SALLY HORCHOW

JUDY KUHN

CODY LASSEN, ON SABATTICAL

JAIMIE MAYER

JOE MORTON

STEVE RALBOVSKY

DAVID SCHWARTZ

SARAH STERN

BARBARA ZINN KRIEGER, FOUNDER & CHAIR EMERITUS

JILL S. GABBE, CHAIR EMERITUS

GRETCHEN SHUGART, CHAIR EMERITUS

VINEYARD THEATRE COUNCIL

GEORGE ALEXANDER

SERGIA CRUZ

SOPHIE VON HASELBERG

CRAIG MANZINO

MEREDITH MARKS

KATE MULGREW

KATE ROBARDS

TOMMY THOMPSON

PREM TUMKOSIT

VINEYARD THEATRE STAFF

DOUGLAS AIBEL, ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

SARAH STERN, ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

SUZANNE APPEL, MANAGING DIRECTOR

JESSE CAMERON ALICK, ASSOCIATE ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

ALMA MALABANAN-McGRATH, GENERAL MANAGER

CORRINE K. LIVINGSTON, DIRECTOR OF PRODUCTION

ERIC PARGAC, INTERIM DIRECTOR OF MARKETING

SOPHIA GARNER, INTERIM DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT

MIRIAM WEINER, LITERARY MANAGER

GLENN DAVIS, ARTISTIC ASSOCIATE

MARSHALL FOLTZ, DIGITAL MARKETING MANAGER

SOPHIA CORDEIRO, MARKETING MANAGER

JASON AGUIRRE, ARTISTIC PRODUCING ASSOCIATE

SHANIA BENJAMIN, MIRANDA FAMILY DEVELOPMENT FELLOW

REBECCA SCHAFER, PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGER

KENJI KONO, COMPANY MANAGER

JESSICA SELEY, BOX OFFICE MANAGER

MARCADE DESHIELDS, CUSTODIAN

T. ADAMSON, PAULA VOGEL AWARD PLAYWRIGHT-IN-RESIDENCE

REGGIE D. WHITE, COLMAN DOMINGO AWARD ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE

TYLER THOMAS, SUSAN STROMAN AWARD DIRECTOR-IN-RESIDENCE

THE COMMISSARY, MICHAEL R. JACKSON, LIGHTNING ROD SPECIAL, JARED MEZZOCCHI, SARAH GANCHER, ARTISTS-IN-RESIDENCE

EISA DAVIS, ROTH-VOGEL COMMISSION

DANTE ZANGRILLO, LITERARY INTERN

LILLY QUALLS, MARKETING INTERN

NATALYA RIBOVICH, DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANT

TIM GIRRBACH, ALVIN CHRISTMAS, HOUSE MANAGERS

ALYSSA FINFER, AMANDA ANDREWS, DILLON ORLANDO, OLIVIA GESUALDI, CAITLAND WINSETT, CLAUDE MACDONALD, LILLY QUALLS, MATEO TUCKER, AUDIENCE SERVICES REPRESENTATIVES

DAVID S. BERLIN, ESQ., SCHRECK ROSE DAPELLO & ADAMS, LLP, COUNSEL

NANCY HELLER, PECK & HELLER, COUNSEL

DEBEVOISE & PLIMPTON, LLP, COUNSEL

SCHALL & ASHENFARB, ACCOUNTANT

ACCOUNTING SOLUTIONS OF NEW YORK, FINANCE FIRM

SHANE MARSHALL BROWN AND NINA MARIE WARD, THE PRESS ROOM

PRESS REPRESENTATIVES

CAROL ROSEGG, PRODUCTION PHOTOGRAPHER

BRONWEN SHARP, ADDITIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY

VINEYARD THEATRE SUPPORTERS

The generosity of our institutional and individual supporters makes Vineyard Theatre’s work possible. Space constraints prevent us from listing The Vineyard’s donors of under $250, whose contributions are very much appreciated.

GOVERNMENT SUPPORT

FOUNDATION AND CORPORATE SUPPORT

$100,000+

THE FORD FOUNDATION THE HOWARD GILMAN FOUNDATION

$50,000 - $99,999

BLAVATNIK FAMILY FOUNDATION

THE EDGERTON FOUNDATION

$25,000 - $49,999

BARTH FOUNDATION FRED EBB FOUNDATION

$10,000 - $49,999

CAA

CONSOLIDATED EDISON

HOWARD & KATHERINE AIBEL FOUNDATION

DARNELL-MOSER CHARITABLE FUND

MILO W. BEKINS FOUNDATION

JOELSON FOUNDATION

$5,000 - $9,999

BENEVITY

BWF FOUNDATION

SIGNATURE BANK

LUCILLE LORTEL FOUNDATION

$1,000 - $4,999

ARMANINO GROUP LLP

JOHN GOLDEN FUND

JUJAMCYN THEATERS

MARVEL DESIGNS

MIRANDA FAMILY FUND THE SHUBERT FOUNDATION

LAURENTS / HATCHER FOUNDATION

ROCKEFELLER BROTHERS FUND

AMERICAN ENDOWMENT FUND

THE HAROLD AND MIMI STEINBERG CHARITABLE TRUST

JEROME FOUNDATION

TED SNOWDON FOUNDATION

BLANCHE AND IRVING LAURIE FOUNDATION

FAN FOX AND LESLIE R. SAMUELS FOUNDATION

VENTUROUS THEATER FUND

MORGAN STANLEY

CHARLES STEWART MOTT FOUNDATION

JEROME ROBBINS FOUNDATION

MICHAEL TUCH FOUNDATION

LAMBS FOUNDATION

JOAN WEINGARTEN AND BOB DONNALLEY GIFT FUND MAINE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

DOROTHY STRELSIN FOUNDATION

LUPIN FOUNDATION

ATLANTIC RECORDS

TIGER BARON FOUNDATION

TOBIN THEATRE ARTS FUND

RICHENTHAL FOUNDATION

AXE-HOUGHTON FOUNDATION

MARTA HEFLIN FOUNDATION

M c LAUGHLIN & STERN, LLP

ACTORS’ EQUITY FOUNDATION

DORSEY & WHITNEY FOUNDATION

VANGUARD CHARTIABLE

For any corrections to this list, which is current through May 23, 2023, please email development@vineyardtheatre.org.

INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT

$100,000+

LIZ ARMSTRONG

$50,000 - $99,999

SALLY HORCHOW

$25,000 - $49,999

KEN AND RANDE GREINER SUE MARKS

JOANNE GUERRERIO SALMAN AL-RASHID AND VIENN KIM JOHN BARRIE AND BETSY SMITH

$15,000 - $24,999

ANNE-CECILIE ENGELL SPEYER BOBBY FREEMAN

$10,000 - $14,999

ANONYMOUS

DAVID ALCARO

KATHLEEN AND HENRY CHALFANT

BILLY CRUDUP

RACHEL AND BEN GEBALLE

NANCY HELLER AND HOLLY GEWANDTER

$5,000 - $9,999

JONATHAN AIBEL

JOHN AND LAURA COLES

JAMIE DEROY

DAVID DESJARDINS

DOROTHY DEVLIN

BARBARA AND JONATHAN FILE

$2,500 - $4,999

JOSEF ALLEN

NGOZI ANYANWU

NANCY SHOR AND CHARLES BINDER

NEIL PATRICK HARRIS AND DAVID BURTKA

MEGAN FOLEY

BRUCE GREENBERG

$1,000 - $2,499

VICKI ABRAMS

CHRISTINE AMOROSSI

SUSAN ANASTASIO

HELEN-JEAN ARTHUR

BILL ABRAMSON

AND SUSAN BUCHBINDER

BRUCE AND BETTINA BUSCHEL

SCOTT CARROLL

JANE CHESNUTT

LUISA AND GUY COHEN

ROBERTA GOLDRING COLES

ANNETTE STOVER AND RICHARD FEINER MARK LERNER AND STEVEN FRANK

ALEEN KESHISHIAN

JIMMY KIMMEL AND MOLLY M c NEARNY

ALAN MANDELL

JAIMIE MAYER

CORINNE NEVINNY STEVE RALBOVSKY

DARYL ROTH

FIONA AND ERIC RUDIN

JEFFREY SELLER

MIRIAM WEINER

BART FREUNDLICH

CHRISTOPHER “KIP” GOULD

COURTNEY NICHOLS GOULD SIMON HALLS AND MATT BOMER

ANDREW JARECKI CARL LEVIN

JOHN MORNING

RICHARD PHILLIPS

DAVID SCHWARTZ AND TRUDY ZOHN

BETH LIEF AND MICHAEL SIMONSON

BENJAMIN WAISBREN

MARK KRUEGER

SUSAN LAUBACH

LISA ORBERG

CARYL ORLANDO

CAROLE PESNER

RICHARD PHILLIPS

MARIE AND JEFF TAYLOR

JULIA VITULLO-MARTIN

PAULA VOGEL

KENNETH AND RITA WARNER

JULIAN YAP

RANDI ZUCKERBERG

RICK DEAN

BRANDON VICTOR DIXON

COLMAN DOMINGO

SUZAN AND FRED EHRMAN

MAX EMBER

KATHRYN ERBE

TIMOTHY EVANSON

ANNA MAY AND TIM FEIGE

RICK FELDMAN

RUSSEL AND HAZEL FERSHLEISER

MEGAN FOLEY

EDWARD AND LORI FORSTEIN

STUART FREEDMAN

BRUCE AND ALICE GEISMAR

BARRY GILMAN

MICHAEL GIOVANNIELLO

MATT GLASNER

ROBYN GOODMAN

MARK GREENWALD

ILIANA GUIBERT

ANNA AND TONY HASS

RUTH AND STEPHEN HENDEL

INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT

$1,000 - $2,499 (Continued)

ADAM HESS

RACHEL HOLLANDER

SUSAN HOLMES

LAWRENCE AND CATHY HRUSKA

NANCY JACKMAN

JOHN KANDER

ADELE KARIG

DON KATZ

JORDAN KATZ

JUDITH KRUPP

JUDY KUHN

ARUN LAKRA

SUSAN LAUBACH

PATTY LAXTON

GINA MARIA LEONETTI

AARI LUDVIGSEN

GILLIAN LUSINS

CRAIG AND STACEY MANZINO

JILL MATICHAK

MITCHEL MAY

LAURIE CONNER AND CHIP MEYRELLES

$500 - $999

IONA AIBEL

LOU BERNARDI

CAROL BRYCE-BUCHANAN

ADAM COHEN

VEANNE COX

BEN DOOKCHITRA

FLOREMAR DULINAYAN

DIANE FAHMY

ELISE JAN FLAGG

DEBORAH FORTE

DR. Q FORTIER

$250 - $499

WENDY AIBEL-WEISS

SUSAN ANASTASIO

JOAN BARENHOLTZ

MEGAN BENEDICT

R.K. GREENE

BEN HEALEY

DAVID HERSKOVITZS

STEPHEN HIRSH

HUGH HOTHEM

ELIHU AND HARRIET INSELBUCH

ZELJKO IVANEK

ROBIN JONES

VIRGINIA AND TIMOTHY MILLHISER

MOLLY HEINES AND THOMAS MOLONEY

JOE MORTON

DESSIE MOYNIHAN

JOHN AND EMILY MULFLUR

NELLE NUGENT

JOSEPH OBERMAYER

RICK PAPPAS

JIM AND SUSIE PERAKIS

PAUL SPARKS AND ANNIE PARISSE

DAVID PERRY

RICHARD AND ROSEMARIE PETROCELLI

RICHARD PHILLIPS

THOMAS POLISE

EVA PRICE

GAIL PROPP

LAWRENCE QUIRK

BURT ROSEN

JUDITH RUBIN

SAM RUDY

CATHY SALIT

JOSHUA SCHECTER

CAROLYN SCHIFF

DAVID SCHRADER

STEVE SHANE

ISAAC SIMON

SARAH SOLOMON

SUSAN SOMMMER

CARY STAURAKOULIS

MICHAEL STERN

MARC STERN

DEVI STERN

SUSAN STROMAN

R. LEE STUMP

JOHN SUI

JOSEPH TIPPETT

WENDY VANDEN HEUVEL

SUSAN WEINER

MONICA WEINER

DANA WEINSTEIN

FRANK WILLIAMS

DARRELL GEORGE

MICHAEL GORDON

MANDY HEASTON

CHARLES HEWETT

DALE HISIGER

JONATHAN GROSS AND LIZ LESNICK

SHAUN McCUTCHEON

MARY McGARRY

KRISTIN RATHBUN

ALI REZVANI

KATE ROBARDS

BERNARD SCHLEIFER

DEANNA SHAW

GRETCHEN SHUGART

I-HUNG SHIH

ANDREW SIEGEL

ROBERT SINCLAIR

JEFREY AND JODY STEINMAN

TARA ST. PIERRE

JOSEF VOLMAN

JOYCE KANDEL

JONATHAN KORNBLAU

CODY LASSEN

MEREDITH MARKS

MEL MARVIN

KATHLEEN MAURER

RICHARD McCUNE

KATE McLEOD

GEOFFREY MENIN

ANITA MERK

ROSEMARY A. MOUKAD

ELIZABETH PAYNE

MICHAEL PERRICONE

SUSAN RAANAN

JENNIE AND JEREMY REDBURN

DONNA REID

PAMELA SABRIN

NICOLETTE SIMON

STUART SUCHERMAN

PREM TUMKOSIT

DARCY VOLPE

SOPHIE VON HASELBERG

MUSICAL THEATRE FUND SEED DONORS

$100,000+

JOHN KANDER

$10,000+

KEVIN AND LYNNETTE McCOLLUM

$5,000+

ANONYMOUS

KATHLEEN AND HENRY CHALFANT

KEN AND RANDE GREINER

CHIP AND LANA SEELIG

ANNETTE STOVER AND RICHARD FEINER

$2,500+

LIZ ARMSTRONG

JOHN AND LAURA COLES

BARRETT FOA

$1,000+

THE BWF FOUNDATION

DARREN AND KAREN DEVERNA

MARSHA GORDON AND JAVIER GARCIA

ISAAC ROBERT HURWITZ

JENNIFER MELIN MILLER AND DAVID MILLER

NEVER STOP LEARNING

RICHARD AND ROSE PETROCELLI

STEVE RALBOVSKY

MIRIAM WEINER

$250+

ANONYMOUS

SUZANNE APPEL

LANI AND MANNY AZENBERG

SCOTT CARROLL AND FRANK BUA

MARK FOWLER AND JESSICA KAPLAN

PETE GANBARG

NANCY HELLER AND HOLLY GEWANDTER

ROBERT LAZO

GILLIAN LUSINS

JAIMIE MAYER

SUSAN POPPER AND ROCKY GREENBERG

DANIEL M. POSENER

EVA PRICE

CHRIS SARANDON AND JOANNA GLEASON

CATHERINE SCHREIBER

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