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Ann Arbor Civic Theatre Program: Camelot, April 28, 1982

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Ann Arbor Civic Theatre
Day
28
Month
April
Year
1982
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Ann Arbor Civic Theatre
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Book and Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner Music by Frederick Loewe April 28 - May 1 and May 5 - 8, 1982 Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre 8:00p.m. National Bank&Trust company of Ann Arbor Since1893 Member FDIC NIELSEN'S Is Last Best? AND NIELSEN'S OF BRIARWOOD To Find Out Don't Miss AACT's Last Hit of This Season Agatha Christie's FLOWER SHOP & GREENHOUSES Disrincrivc Floral DcsiKns For All Occasions Plants and Accessori es for Indoor & OutdO(If (;ardt'nins: 1021 Maiden l ane Pho ne 994-611 2 MAIN STREET PRODUCTIONS The Robber Bridegroom by Eudora Welty July 8, 9, 15, 16, 17, 22, 23, 24, 29, 30, 31. 8:00 p.m. Tickets $3.00 Main Street Theatre 338 South Main St. Call 662-7282 for further ticket information. WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION June 23-26, 1982 TRYOUTS! TRYOUTS! TRYOUTS! TRYOUTS For THE ROBBER BRIDEGROOM . Will Be held on May 16-19, 1982 Call 662-7282 for More Information Ann Arbor Q!iuic ID4.eatr.e pr.e.s.ent.s Book and Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner Music by Frederick Loewe Produced by Courtesy of Tams-Witmark, Inc. New York, New York ---------------------*'-------------------IJir.ertoe s Not.e Camelot is a recognized classic both in terms of its status as one of the most intriguing legends of all time, and as one of the greats of the Lerner and Loewe collaborations. To make the staging of our production innovative while remaining true to the concepts of the writers posed interesting challenges in view of the resources available to us. Clearly the grand staging and massive cast of the Broadway production were impractical for the Lydia Medelssohn Theatre. Yet its classical elements make it adaptable to any stage. With six weeks to rehearse, I felt extremely fortunate to be in the company of an exceptional group of designers and production staff, and some of the most professional performers and musicians in our community. I would like to express my sincere gratitude and respect to them and to all those who contributed their time and talent to this production. Robert Nuismer Director/ Choreographer *~~----------------~------------------* 3 ~ynnpsis nf ~ctnts an~ :!lusic Act ®n.e j!lc.entli anti iWluliit Scene I Scene 2 Scene 3 Scene 4 Scene 5 Scene 6 Scene 7 Scene 8 Scene 9 OVERTURE A Hilltop Near Camelot -A Long Time Ago March I Wonder What the King is Doing Tonight .. ... ........... Arthur The Simple Joys of Maidenhood ...................... Guinevere Camelot .................................. Arthur & Guenevere Guenevere's Welcome Camelot (Reprise) .............. ...... .. ... . .. ... ... Guenevere Follow Me . ... .... ...... ..... ... ..... .. ... .. ... . ... .. Nimue A Castle Interior - Five Years Later Camelot (Reprise) ........ .. . .......... .. .. Arthur & Guenevere Countryside Near Camelot - A Few Months Later C' est Moi ........ ...... .. ...... ... ....... .. . .. . . ... Lancelot A Park Near the Castle - Immediately Following The Lusty Month of May . .... ....... . .... Guenevere & Ensemble Pellinore's Entrance The Lusty Month of May (Reprise) ......... Guenevere & Ensemble A Castle Interior - Sundown, Two Months Later How to Handle a Woman .............................. Arthur Dressing for the Joust- The Next Day The Grandstand of the Jousting Field-Immediately Following The Jousts ............ . .... .... . Arthur, Guenevere & Ensemble The Tumblers A Castle Interior - Early Evening, The Same Day Before I Gaze at You Again . .... ... .................. Guenevere The Great Hall - Immediately Following Finale Act One INTERMISSION Act Wwo &c.entli anti fWluliit Scene I Scene 2 Scene 3 Scene 4 Scene 5 Scene 6 Scene 7 A Castle Interior - A Few Years Later Madrigal/ and If Ever I Would Leave You ....... ...... .. Lancelot The Seven Deadly Virtues . .... ............... ...... ... Mordred A Castle Interior - Late Afternoon, One Month Later What Do The Simple Folk Do . ............ .. Arthur & Guenevere The Forest of Morgan LeFey- The Next Day, Late Afternoon The Persuasion ............ .. . . ..... . Mordred & Morgan LeFey The Invisible Wall Corridor of The Castle - Later That Night The Queen's Bedchamber- Immediately Following I Loved You Once in Silence ....... .. .......... . ..... Guenevere Camelot - Immediately Following Guenevere ......................................... Ensemble The Battlefield Outside Joyous Gard - Pre-Dawn Camelot (Reprise) - Finale Ultimo ...................... Arthur 4 IDite Qtast Arthur ............................................ Charles Sutherland Merlyn ............................................... Thorn Johnson Guenevere ............................................. Lisa Angelocci Lancelot ............................................. John Butterfield Pellinore ................................................ Rich Roselle Mordred ............................................. Hans Friedrichs Morgan LeFey ....................................... Marilyn Kennedy Tom of Warwick ......................................... Chris Gilbert Sir Dinadan ............................................. Michael Tait Sir Lionel ............................................. Vincent Zuellig Sir Sagramore ......................................... Craig Schreiber Priest .................................................. Dwight Smith Squire Dap ................................................. Paul Katz Colgrevance ........................................... Thorn Johnson Bliant ................................................ Andy Silverman Clarius .................................................... Paul Katz Nimue .............................................. Marilyn Kennedy Lady Anne ................................................ Carol Otto Lady Catherine ........................................ Christina Kelly Lady Sybil ............................................ Sharon Sheldon Lady Mary ......................................... Mary Anne Martin Lady Elizabeth ...................................... Elizabeth Matejka Lady Jane ............................................... Phyllis Perry Castor ................................................ Craig Schreiber Pages .............................................. Robert Kampfner David Ryder Tumblers ................................. Ralph Kennedy, Michael Tait Morgan LeFey's Court ................ Ralph Kennedy, Elizabeth Matejka, Christina Kelly, Paul Katz, Vincent Zuellig, Craig Schreiber 5 About ID~.e Q!ast LISA ANGELOCCI (Guenevere) was last seen by Civic audiences as Polly in The Boyfriend. Since then, she has been touring Los Angeles, Chicago and Detroit in an Industrial production. Some of the roles Lisa has performed include Aldonza in Man of La Mancha, Mary in Vanities, and Elma in As You Desire Me. Lisa is a graduate of EMU. JOHN BUTTERFIELD (Lancelot) has been active in theatre since his freshman year in high school. A graduate of Denison University, John has a BFA in music. He has appeared with the Weathervane Theatre in Newark, Ohio as well as the Peanut Butter Theatre in Cincinnati and King's Island in Mason, Ohio. John has appeared in the roles of Curly in Oklahoma; Littlechap in Stop The World, I Want To Get Off; and Thomas Jefferson in 1776. Off-stage, he was musical director for Oliver! Civic audiences saw him as Freddie Eynsford-Hill in last season's My Fair Lady. HANS FRIEDRICHS (Mordred), after a semester of study in acting at Carnegie-Mellon University, has just completed directing the Young People's Theater production of The Me Nobody Knows. Ann Arbor audiences have seen Hans as Hank in the YPT production of A History of The American Film, John in the Pioneer Theatre Guild's Dark of The Moon and in the U of M productions of Member of The Wedding, Spring A wakening, A Midsummer Night's Dream, and Richard III. CHRIS GILBERT (Tom of Warwick) has been involved in theatrical endeavors since he was very young. Most recently, for Civic, he appeared in this season's Look Homeward, Angel. Chris also appeared in the Black Sheep Repertory production of Cinderella. Off-stage, Chris is involved in his Boy Scout activities and soccer, and is currently writing a book he hopes to have finished soon. THOM JOHNSON (Merlyn, Colgrevance) received his BA in speech from the U of M. TJ worked behind the scenes in the last two Civic Theatre productions - lights for The Boyfriend and stage manager for Major Barbara. Before moving to Ann Arbor, he was active in the Grand Rapids Civic Theatre. ROBERT KAMPHNER (Page) is a member of the Young People's Theater here in Ann Arbor and has appeared in several of their productions. He also appeared in the role of Fagan for the Angell School production of Oliver! Robert enjoys sports - particularly football, soccer and ice hockey - and computer programming. PAUL KATZ (Squire Dap, Clarius) is currently a junior at Huron High School. His credits include character roles in Black Comedy, Enter Laughing, A History of The American Film and The Man Who Came To Dinner. Most recently, he performed the role of Senator Jack S. Phogbound in Lit Abner. Camelot marks Paul's first appearance on stage for AACT. 6 CHRISTINA KELLY (Lady Catherine) is a senior at Eastern Michigan University with a double major in Speech & Drama and English & Literature. She most recently performed in the chorus of EMU's production of Electra and as Mary Girard in the EMU lab production of The Insanity of Mary Girard. Christina's career focus is advertising, promotions, and public relations. This is Christina's first appearance with Civic. MARILYN KENNEDY (Morgan LeFey, Voice of Nimue) is making her fifth appearance in a Civic Theatre production. Her credits include the chorus of Carousel and a portrayal of an 85-year old ex-chorus girl in Follies. She has also appeared in numerous Comic Opera Guild productions, including Adah in Naughty Marietta, Iolanthe in Iolanthe and the Baroness in La Vie Pariesienne. In her spare time, Marilyn works as an Interior Designer. RALPH KENNEDY (Tumbler) is a junior at Huron High School and is on the gymnastics team there. He has performed wit)l Ann Arbor's Junior Theater. This is Ralph's second appearance with Civic; he played the role of the young boy in The Good Person of Szechwan. MARY ANNE MARTIN (Lady Mary) brings to Civic extensive experience from her work with the St. Louis Municipal Opera as well as musical, opera and community theatre work with various groups in Kansas, Iowa and Michigan. She is currently working on a Master's degree in Voice at EMU. Ms. Martin is a music teacher in the Plymouth-Canton School District. ELIZABETH MATEJKA (Lady Elizabeth) is a sophomore at Huron High School. She has been studying ballet for several years and has performed with the Ann Arbor Civic Ballet and the Community Ballet Workshop, under the direction of Camilla Chiapuns. Elizabeth's interests, in addition to acting, include piano, voice, the viola and violin. CAROL OTTO (Lady Anne) most recently appeared in the Abercoll production of South Pacific and the Gilbert and Sullivan Society's Utopia as Princess Kalyba. Carol has been singing and playing guitar for private weddings for the last four years and was a member of the U of M Women's Glee Club. She received her BS in Medical Technology from the U of M and is currently employed by the University Hospital in Clinical Biochemistry. Carol's hobbies include the piano, scuba diving, and basketball. PHYLLIS PERRY (Lady Jane) is a graduate of UCLA's Master of Fine Arts program in Theatre Arts and the U of M's undergraduate program in Radio/TV /Film. Phyllis has studied acting with Darryl Hickman in Hollywood, California and has recently performed in the musical South Pacific in Ann Arbor. RICH ROSELLE (Pellinore) graduated from U of M's Theatre department in 1972. Most recently, he appeared as Mr. Goldbury in the Gilbert & Sullivan Society's production of Utopia. He has had several roles in Civic Theatre productions, including Joshua in last summer's Main Street production of Ring Round The Moon and Malcolm in the Main Stage production of Bedroom 7 Farce. Rich is a salesman and enjoys gardening, carpentry, photography, and, most of all, acting. DAVID RYDER (Page) appeared in the title role of the 1981 St. Andrews Players production of Amah/ and The Night Visitors. He is active in the Junior choir and the handbell choir at St. Andrews Episcopal Church. David also sang with the all-city elementary chorus in Ann Arbor. His hobbies include ice skating, baseball, water skiing and swimming. CRAIG SCHREIBER (Sir Sagramore, Castor) is currently a student in the Graduate School of Business Administration at the U of M. He spent his undergraduate years at Cornell University majoring in psychology. Having grown up in New York City (this is his first year in Ann Arbor), Craig thinks Ann Arbor is a great place. SHARON SHELDON (Lady Sybil) was in the chorus of Follies, Kiss Me Kate, and Guys and Dolls. Her last appearance for Civic was in the role of Florry Mangle in Look Homeward, Angel. Sharon has also appeared in the roles of Maria in Sound of Music, Marian in Music Man, and Fiona in Brigadoon, all with the Saline Area Players. Sharon is a Patient Representative at the University Hospital. ANDY SILVERMAN (Bliant), although making his first on-stage appearance for Civic, is no stranger to Civic's organization. He served as stage manager for The Boyfriend and worked crews for My Fair Lady, Guys and Dolls and East Lynne. Recently, he has become involved with Ann Arbor Pioneer Theatre Guild and has worked on their productions of Dark Of The Moon, Endgame, Mousetrap and Pygmalion. DWIGHT S. SMITH (Priest) has helped build the set and run stage crew for every regular season production since joining AACT in 1976 as well as appearing in several main stage productions and studio productions. Dwight spends his non-theatre spare time working on automobiles, aircraft, his barn and selling synthetic lubricants. CHARLES SUTHERLAND (Arthur) is a familiar face to Ann Arbor audiences, having appeared in Civic's productions of My Fair Lady, Kiss Me Kate, Brigadoon, Little Mary Sunshine and A Little Night Music. In recent years, he has appeared in productions of The Crucible and The Devil's Disciple and directed productions of Bedroom Farce, Bus Stop, Ring Round The Moon, and Follies. Charles currently produces shows for AACT's Main Street Productions. He has also appeared in productions for the Saline Area Players, the Gilbert & Sullivan Society, U of M's Theatre department, and local dinner theatre. MICHAEL TAIT (Sir Dinadan) received his BA in political science from the U of M. Most recently, he appeared in a local production of South Pacific. His credits include roles in productions of Man of La Mancha, The King and I, and Oliver! Michael is a stand-up comedian and has performed in clubs locally 8 and around the Detroit/ Windsor area. He is planning to pursue a career in L.A. as a comedian/ writer. VINCENT ZUELLIG (Sir Lionel) has previously appeared in productions of The King and I as Guntha and in Oklahoma as Farmer Carnes. He sang with MYl in their 1979 Australian Tour and has studied voice at EMU. Vince's most immediate goal is to finish school. His hobbies include singing and playing the guitar, as well as skiing and sailing. Artistic Director/ Choreographer ..... ........ . .. . .. . . . ... Robert Nuismer Musical Director .. ... . ..... . ... ......... . ... . . . . ... Richard Koshgarian Producer . ..... . . .. ... ...... . ......... .. . ... . .... Kathleen Foss-Harsen Assistant to the Producer . ............ . ... . . .... . .. . . . . ... . Susan Morris Assistant Director .. .. ......... . . .. . ..... ..... .... . ... Angelika Fanslau Assistant Choreographer ........ . .... .. . . . . ... . . ..... .... Susan Dawson Stage Manager . .. ... . ........ .. ... ... .. ......... . ........ . . Tony Nye Set Design ...... .. . ....... . . . .. . .. . .... .. .. .......... . Sara L. Warber Costume Design ... . . . . ... . .. ..... . . . .. ............ . .... . .. Mary Eddy Jim McGough Lighting Design ... . ... . ............. .. .. .............. Annie LaCourt Makeup Design ...... . ...... . . . .. .. . .. . .. ... ...... . ... Roberta Rizzardi Properties . ....... ... ........ .. . .. . .. . . ....... ........... . Steve Field Accompanist ... .. .. .... .. . .................... . . . . .. . Tim Christensen 9 Our 1982-83 season is a "hard act to follow," but with your help, we think we've done it with our outstanding shows for 1982-8~. Also, our matinee performances were so wellreceived this year that we are adding 2:00 p.m. Saturday matinees for all shows for 1982-83. Two shows will be staged at the Michigan Theatre because of your enthusiastic comments on our production of "Harvey" at the Michigan this season. Order your season tickets now to reserve your favorite seat location and save on season prices. Ann Arbor Civic Theatre proudly announces our new season: The Chalk Garden by Enid Bagnold August 25-28, 1982 ... Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre See How They Run by Phillip Kingsley October 6-9, 1982 .... .Michigan Theatre The Sound of Music by Rogers and Hammerstein December 8-11, 1982 .. Michigan Theatre On Golden Pond by Ernest Thompson February 23-26, 1983 .. Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre Pippin by Hirson and Schwartz April 27-30, 1983 ..... Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare June 22-25, 1983 ..... Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre For ticket information, call 662-7282. For your convenience, please use the handy order blank on the next page. 10 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~S~E..A~S--O~N~T:I~C:KET~C:O::S:TS:-. ....;~~.:i Wednesday .... 8:00 p.m .... ...... $35.00 ($5.00 Season Savings) Wednesday .... 8:00 p.m .......... Senior Citizens 65 or Over ... $26.00 ($14.00 Season Savings) Thursday ..... 8:00 p.m .......... $35.00 ($5.00 Season Savings) Friday .. ..... 8:00 p.m .......... $42.00 ($42.00 Season Savings) Saturday . .. .. 2:00 pm. Matinee .. . $35.00 ($5.00 Season Savings) Saturday ..... 2:00 p.m .......... Senior Citizens 65 or Over ... $26.00 ($14.00 Season Savings) Saturday ..... 8:00 p.m .......... $42.00 ($4.00 Season Savings) Season Clip and Mall Order Blank r--------------------------------------AACT 1982-1983 SEASON TICKET ORDER FORM Send Order To: Please Make Checks Payable To: I AACT 82-83 Season P.O. Box 1242, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106 Ann Arbor Civic Theatre Please Charge to My Visa/Master Card# -------::::-::-::--:------An digits, please Please Mail My Tickets To: Name Seating Preference: Address _ _Orchestra City, State, Zip Code _ _ Balcony I Area Code No. of Tickets I I I I I I I I I I I I Telephone No. Season Price Day Wednesday 8 :00 p.m. Wednesday Sr. Citizen 8:00 Thursday 8:00 p.m. Friday 8:00 p.m. Saturday Matinee 2:00 p.m. Saturday Matinee Sr. Cit. Saturday 8:00 p.m. Postage and Handling TOTAL PAYMENT ENCLOSED OR Total $35.00 $26.00 $35.00 $42.00 $35.00 $26.00 $42.00 .50 CHARGED I I L---------------------------------------1 11 1\bnut tlte ~taff ROBERT NUISMER (Director/Choreographer) Between directing and choreographing this production of Camelot and directing AACT's last musical, The Boy Friend, Rob acted in our last production, Major Barbara, in the role of Stephen Undershaft. Previous to these productions he played Nathan Detroit in our production of Guys and Dolls and five separate roles in our Main Street production of Neil Simon's The Good Doctor. He also directed and choreographed our first (and thus far, only) musical on Main Street, Once Upon a Mattress. RICHARD KOSHGARIAN (Musical Director) A native of Providence, RI, Mr. Kosgarian is a graduate of the U of M School of Music, where he studied conducting with Gustav Meier. As a student, he was assistant conductor of the University Symphony Orchestra, as well as the Michigan Youth Symphony. Although this production marks his debut with the AACT, he has worked with University opera productions and has directed musicals in his native Rhode Island. KATHLEEN FOSS-HARSEN (Producer) is no stranger to the technical aspects of theatrical production. In recent years she has served as producer for AACT's productions of Our Town, My Fair Lady, Bedroom Farce, and The Boyfriend. Last summer she co-produced Civic's Main Street Summer season and has acted as Assistant director for Civic's productions of Guys and Dolls and Charley's Aunt. Kathie is currently serving on the Board of Directors for AACT and teaches third grade in Detroit. SUSAN MORRIS (Assistant to the Producer) ANGELIKA FANSLAU (Assistant Director) served as assistant director for AACT's Main Street production of Once Upon a Mattress. On-stage, she appeared as a member of the ensemble in Our Town and in My Fair Lady. She has worked costume and props for various productions and is currently serving as recording secretary for the AACT Board of Directors. Angie teaches German and French at Ypsilanti High School and enjoys traveling, music, and gardening. SUSAN DAWSON (Assistant Choreographer) joined AACT four years ago when she was cast in Little Mary Sunshine. Since then, she has portrayed Adelaide in Guys and Dolls, for which she won the season's Best Actress Award, Judith Anderson in The Devil's Disciple, young Sally in Follies, Petra in A Little Night Music, for which she won the Cameo A ward, Carrie in Carousel, and most recently, Maisie in The Boyfriend. Susan has also had leading roles in Cabaret, George M!, Kiss Me Kate, Romeo and Juliet, and Ah, Wilderness! among others. She received her MA in Theatre as aU of M Professional Theatre Program Fellow. Susan also sings with Misbehavin ', a local seven-piece jazz band that features a female vocal trio and performs classic jazz and big band standards. 12 TONY NYE (Stage Manager) has recently worked numerous Civic productions including The Trysting Place, Bus Stop, and Trial by Jury. As a member of the Ann Arbor Junior Theatre he served as stage manager for their productions of Alice in Wonderland and The Phantom Tollbooth. Tony served as stage manager for last season's Bedroom Farce and this season's Look Homeward, Angel. He hopes to pursue a career in technical theatre work. SARA L. W ARBER (Set Design) earned her BFA in Drama at Illinois Wesleyan University, where she costumed such shows as The Effects of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds, The Ghost Sonata and The Thirteen Clocks. She served as General Assistant at the Kalamazoo Civic Players, designing sets for Adaptation/Next and Tom Sawyer. At the Little Theatre On-The-Square, a Star Equity Summer Stock, she was the Costume Coordinator. Sara has recently begun a career as a Nuclear Medicine Technologist at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital and now enjoys theatre as an avocation. MARY EDDY (Costume Design) has helped to costume over 30 shows in the past four years in the Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti area, including consulting on design and construction of last season's A Flea in Her Ear. She and Jim McGough costumed Civic's anniversary season production of The Crucible. Most of Mary's experience has been with the EMU Players theatre, where she studied for three years with Katherine Holkeboer and worked on such productions as Little Women; Elizabeth, The Queen; The Wizard Of Oz; Vanities; and The Big Time Pantomime Show. In addition, Mary has worked with the Ypsi Players and the Ypsilanti Peanut Butter Players, among others. Most recently, she costumed the Comic Opera Guild's production of La Vie Parisienne. JIM McGOUGH (Costume Design) is currently studying Dramatic Arts at EMU. His work there has included both acting and design. He appeared in Elizabeth, The Queen; Count Dracula; and A Christmas Carol, among others. His design credits at EMU include Vanities and The Big Time Pantomime Show. For AACT, Jim designed The Crucible, A Flea in Her Ear (in which he also played Dr. Finache), and Look Homeward, Angel. In addition he appeared as Brasset in Civic's Main Street production of Charlie's Aunt. Jim was the recipient of the AACT '80-'81 Best Costume Design award for A Flea in Her Ear. ANNIE LACOURT (Lighting Design) received her BA in Tech and Design from the University of Wisconsin. Most recently, she designed lights for AACT's The Boyfriend. Her other credits include Hayfever, This Property is Condemned, and several dance concepts. Locally, she designed Lady House Blues, Hold Me, Sundance and Ladies at The Alamo for the Stage Company. Anne has worked extensively as a stage manager and has completed several seasons in summer stock. Outside theatre, her interests include art history and music. ROBERTA RIZZARDI (Makeup Design) is again serving AACT as season makeup chair. Her most recent work for AACT includes the makeup design for both Look Homeward, Angel and The Boyfriend, as well as designs for 13 last season's My Fair Lady, East Lynne and Bedroom Farce. Roberta also does makeup for the U of M School of Music productions. She received her BFA from the U of M and has done graduate work there and at Oakland University. Roberta teaches art in the Dexter Community Schools. STEVE FIELD (Properties) most recently chaired props for Civic's Main Street production of Once Upon a Mattress and served as scenic elements chair for Charley's Aunt. Steve has been a member of the Gilbert & Sullivan Society for five years and has served as Vice President. He was a member of the chorus in their production of Utopia Limited and served as technical director for their recent production of Patience. TIM CHRISTENSEN (Accompanist) has been playing piano in community theatre productions for over 10 years, both in Ann Arbor and in his hometown of Midland, Michigan. Camelot is his fifth show for Civic. Most recently, he played in the pit for The Boyfriend. Tim occasionally abandons the keyboard for the stage, and has appeared in the choruses of AACT's Kiss Me Kate and U-M Music School's Tales of Hoffman. Clarinet John Tartaglia Violin I Eleanor Kosek Diane Cooper Susan Ziemba Horn Debra Seldon David Goldberg Violin II George Watkins Francisca Mendoza Dee Wall Trumpet Rob Howard Chris Violoncello Eliana Mendoza Trombone Brooks Barnes Bass Matthew Ferris Harp Debra Kaplan Flute Jan DeVries Oboe Nancy Ambrose 14 Stage Crew Set Construction Marian Cohen Mike Alexander Norah Martone Dwight Smith Ed Lesher Dave Gilbert Roy Schwartz Bob Sadowsky Larry Hill Larry Gurtowsky Robert Seeman, Carpenter Ted Farah, Special Construction Barb Daniel Jim Melby Edwin Becker Norah Martone Jeff Aiken Warren Eveland David Ryder Carol Deniston Roy Schwartz Diane Bytwerk JoAnn Zeigenfuse Dwight Smith Shirley Harkless Costumes Sue Freel Cheryl Berteel Donna Alter Lighting Make-Up Mike Limmer, Assistant Designer Tony Nye, Master Electrician Susan Morris Barbara Clayton Michael Alexander Michael Dodge Thorn Johnson Linda Chuba JoAnn Zeigenfuse Penny Tashnick Sophie Farah David Curtis Judy Turck Hair Designs By Andrea McCuiston of Downtown Hair 'nCo. Michael Witting Brenna Carnegie Colleen Kendall Ari Archambault of A Cut Above Our very special Thanks to the following people who gave their help on this production Linda Duvall of The Society for Creative Anachronism Charles Sutherland 15 Ann Arbor QLiuic ID4eatre. 1Jnc. Board of Directors Chris Schwartz, President Burnette Staebler Margie Cohen Ted Heusel Carolyn Lewis-Stone Kathyleen Genik Fred & Sue Beutler Mark & Mindy Bowles Dr. & Mrs. J. Cohen Raymond & Janet Crabtree John & Natalie Dale Bernard & Carol Ehnis Warren & Virginia Eveland Marie C . Gilson Leo & Deborah McNamara Margaret Massialas Kathleen Foss-Harsen Marty Smith Earl Miner Robert Seeman Louisa Pieper Sandra Hudson Patrons The Rev. Canon G . Alexander Miller Cruse & Ginny Moss C . & Ruth Samborski Joan Scheffler Robert & Marina Seeman Dwight S. Smith Neil & Burnette Staebler Judith Dow Towsley Allison E. Weeber Season Staff: Publicity ... . .. . . . ...... .. ...... . ... . ... .. . Kathleen Harsen Front of House ................... .. .... . . . . Ted Heusel Box Office . .. . . . . . ................. . .. .... Louisa Pieper Season Ticket Agent .. .. . ....... . ... . . . . . . .. Mabel Jones Membership . . .. .......... ... ... .. ........ Revello Woodson Sandra Hudson Main Street Production Coordinator ... . . . .... . . Charles Sutherland Program Editor ........... . . . . .... . . . . .... . . Kathyleen Genik SPOTLIGHT Newsletter Editor .. .... . . .. ...... . . Aileen Mengel Social Chair ................... . . . ......... Margie Cohen Fundraising ... . ...... . . .... ..... . ........ . Ali sonde Cutler John Buckbee To contact any of this staff, or for information regarding ticket availablilty, auditions and performances, and membership; address inquiries to: AACT, Box 1242, Ann Arbor. 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