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Ann Arbor Civic Theatre Program: Cabaret, December 14, 1983

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Ann Arbor Civic Theatre
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14
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December
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1983
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MEMBER FDIC ann arbor civic theatre PRESENTS Book by joe Masteroff Based on the play by John Van Druten and stories b y Christopher Isherwood Music by j ohn Kander, lyrics by Fred Ebb Broadway production directed by Harold Prince Produced for Broadway Stage by Harold Prince Produced by Special Arrangement with Tams·Witmark Music l ibrary, Inc Director Producer . O rchestral Directo r Vocal Director, Rehearsal Pianist Set Designf'r lighting Designer Costumes Mary L. Pett1t Marilyn Kennedy John M . Tartaglia Tom Schill Elizabeth La Porte Mike Price . by Beth Your Community Playhouse Truly a commuriity theatre, AACT has been bringing the Ann Arbor community theatrical entertainment and education for 54 years . We are an entirely volunteer organization; members from all walks of life participate in many different ways. But without the enthusiastic support of our audience, we could not continue this fine tradition . Won't you choose a membership category and join Ann Arbor's only community playhousel If you are already a member, will you consider promoting yourself to the next category of membership/ Yours for many more years of theatrical delight and excitement a{--c:Za~~.te- ' ~-£"(~ -~) ~ Alisande Cutler, President -YOUR COMMUNITY THEATRE FOR 54 YEARS- DONATING MEMBERSHIP-I wish to make a tax-deductible contribution as follows: D D D D D D Friend. Patron Sponsor. Benefactor . Guarantor. This is a pledge in the amount of$ _ _ _ _ _ _ to be paid over years. Please bill me. Please list my (our) name (s) in the program as fol lows: Name(s) Address City, State, Zip Code Phone (Home) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (Work) Please make checks payable to: Ann Arbor Civic Theatre Send to: 338 S Main St., Ann Arbor, Ml 48104 .$ 25 .00 $ 50.00 $ 100.00 $ 500.00 $1,000.00 Ann Arbor Civic Theatre, Inc. Board of Directors 1983-1984 Alisande Cutler. President Carolyn Lewi s-Stone. Vice- President Clifford G. She ldon, Financial Vice-President Isaac Campbe ll , Treasurer Maia Bergman. Recording Secretary Eunice L. Burns Robert A. Green Sandra Y. Hudson Marilyn Kennedy Mike Limmer Gwenn Angle Proegler Kathy Foss-Harson james A. Mattson Christy Rishoi Minadeo Louisa Pieper Season Staff Publicity Front of House/Ushers . Box Off ice . Season Ticket Agent Membership. Main Street Production Coordinator Program Editor. SPOTLIGHT Newsletter Editor. Banner Design . .......... . . Lighting Chair . Production Coordinator .. ........ . Office Manager Coordinator . Play Selection .. Props Superintendent . Costume Superintendent . House Committee . *Busi ness Manager Carol Deniston Ba rbara Smart Daniel Warren Eve land . .. Position Open . Chris Sc hwartz Cha rl es Sutherland . .. Kim Mackenzie . Fran Gerken Foster JoAnn Z. Keosaian . . . .. .. Mike Price . ........ Marilyn Kennedy Howard Fox . . Christy Ri sho i Minadeo . . Joan Sc heff ler . .. . Gwenn Angle Proegler .. Robert Seeman . . .. ... . Thomas E. Loewe *With the support of the Michigan Council for the Arts ANN ARBOR CIVIC THEATRE HONORARY ADVISORY COMMITTEE Judith Dow Towsley, Chairperson Mayor Louis D. Belcher Brian Connelly Sally Fleming Or. Eva j essye Henry S. Landau Eugene B. Power Raymond) . Smit Neil Staebler Elizabeth Stranahan THE DIVINERS BY James Leonard, Jr March 14-17, 1984... Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre i HELLO DOLLY BY Michael Stewart and Jerry Herman May 9-12, 1984 ... Power Center SEVEN KEYS TO BALDPATE BY George M Cohan June 27-30, 1984... Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre i -----------------------~ ~ AACT MINI-SEASON TICKET ORDER FORM Please Make Checks Payable To: Ann Arbor Civic Theatre Send Order To: AACT Mini ·Season 338 S. Ma1n St. Ann Arbor. Ml48104 Please Charge to My Visa/Master Card# - - - - - - - - - - - - Date Card Expires _ _ _ __ Please Mail My Tickeb To· Name 0 Me Address Seating Preferences _ _ _ Orchestra St~te . City, Area Code 0 Z1p Code I _ __ Balcony Telephone No Gilt Mailing Seating Preferences _ _ Orchestra _ _ Balcony Please Print Signature to be Addres~ Are~t Code T elepllOOI: No placed on Gift Card - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - No. Tickets Day Wednesday 8:00p .m . Wednesday $1. Citizen 8 :00 Thursday 8 :00p.m Friday 8 :00p .m . Season Price Total $\7 .00 $\300 $\7 .00 $21.00 $17 .00 $1) .00 Satutday Matt nee 2 :00p .m Saturday Matinee Sr. Citizens Saturday 8 :00p.m . $2\.00 Postage and Handlmg TOlAL PAYMENT ENCLOSED OW CHARGED Ti c kets wdl be mailt:d to you. or as a gilt fr om yo u Hl d 75 St:d:.Onal card THE STAFF Director. Mary L Pettit . . Marilyn Kennedy Producer. ....... lsaac-)acobe in Campbell Assistant Director Choreographer . Tina Datsko Orchestral Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . John M. Tartaglia Vocal Director, Rehearsal Pianist . . ......... Tom Schill Set Designer, Properties . . .... Elizabeth La Porte Lighting Designer . . . . . Mike Price Stage Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..... . . Norah Martone Set Engineer, Design Consultant. . ....................... Robert Elliott Costumes . . .. .. . . . by Beth Make-Up D esigner . . .. Roberta Rizzardi Poster . . .... Alice Crawford Photographer .......................... . ................. . Kim Mackenzie ABOUT THE STAFF ISAAC-JACOBEIN CAMPBELL (Assistant Director) is a current board member and treasurer for AACT's 1983-84 season. In the past he has worked with the Battle Creek Civic Theatre and the Drama Club at Albion College. He is presently a branch officer with First of America Bank - Ann Arbor. TINA DATSKO (Choreographer, Helga) has talents both on and off the dance stage. She has danced with Ballet Repertory Group, Young Choreographers and University Dancers concerts in the Power Center. In addition, she has a MFA in creative writing and has had her poems published in "Sojourners" and " Corridors" She also writes short stories and plays. ROBERT ELLIOTT (Set Engineer, Design Consultant) started in theater and TV at the age of 5 with TV commercials . He then worked on over 125 shows before losing count. Since 1965 he has been involved in film and TV professionally. From 1969 to 1978 he was in charge of TV and film documentation of the Alaskan pipe line. He has produced shows for PTL, CBN and CBS television networks. He is presently associate producer for two commercial films . We welcome him in his first venture with AACT. MARILYN KENNEDY (Producer) is a newly-elected Board member of AACT who has also acted as interior set designer, produced and appeared in several productions including FOLLIES, CAMELOT and THE SOUND OF MUSIC. Marilyn has performed many shows for Comic Opera Guild, among them DESERT SONG and CANDIDE . She is Secretary and a member of the COG Board of Directors. She is a graphic designer for Newman Computer Exchange as well as a qui Iter. ELIZABETH LA PORTE (Set Designer, Properties) is graphics coordinator for Eclipse, Inc. of Ann Arbor who brings her artistic skills to AACT for the first time in CABARET. She designed the logo for Michigan Ensemble Theatre and has worked as a fine artist in pastels and water color. She lists theater and music among her interests. NORAH MARTONE (Stage Manager) is an experienced individual when it comes to stage managing. For AACT she has performed this demanding task for BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE , A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM and ON GOLDEN POND, in addition to crewing 12 other shows. She has also stage managed the Common Ground Theatre Ensemble's CH ILDREN OF A LESSER GOD and the U of M Gilbert and Sullivan Society's THE SORCERER. Norah is a senior at Community High School and is preparing for a career in technical theater. MARY L. PETTIT (Director) has appeared in TARTUFFE (Dorine), THIEVE' S CARN IVAL (Eva) and THE ROBBER BRIDEGROOM (Goat's Ma) for AACT as well as directing HAY FEVER. Recently she has been seen in THE REAL INSPECTOR HOUND, ARSENIC AND OLD LACE and MRS. WARREN'S PROFESSION in the title role for Black Sheep Theater in Manchester. She has taught a number of courses in acting. One of these, Acting for Non-Actors, will be offered at AACT in january. MIKE PRICE (lighting Designer) first worked with AACT on light crew for SEE HOW THEY RUN. He stage managed THE SOUND OF MUSIC and PIPPIN as well as designed lights for BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE and THE PHILADELPHIA STORY. He is an Assistant Vice President for Auditing at National Band and Trust Co .. Mike worked extensively in lighting for amateur theater in England since the age of 12. ROBERTA RIZZARDI (Make-Up Designer) is again serving worked on her first performance (FIORELLO!) in 1975. She has up for over thirty AACT shows. Roberta has done make-up for Theater productions, the Dexter Players and several area high Dexter Community School District. as Make-Up Chair for AACT. She since worked and/or designed makemany University of Michigan Opera schools. She is an art teacher in the TOM SCHILL (Vocal Director, Max) has worked on both cast and crew for many shows. He was music director for THE FANTASTICKS, GODSPELL and LITTLE MARY SUNSHINE and worked on set design for MY FAIR LADY for other groups. He lists Tevye in FIDDLER ON THE ROOF as his favorite on-stage rol e. Employed at CPHA in Research Services Tom also is a member of Ann Arbor Cantata Singers and Comic Opera Guild. We welcome him to AACT. BETH FISCHER TARTAGLIA (Costume Designer, Eva) makes her AACT stage debut in CABARET but her backstage work on costumes (THE BOYFRIEND, PIPPIN, THE SOUND OF MUSIC. for which she was costume designer) and lights (PIPPIN) have kept her a member in very good standing. Beth is a medical writer for Warner-Lambert/Parke-Davis and worked with other groups on many shows including GODSPELL, COMPANY and FINIAN'S RAINBOW JOHN M. TARTAGLIA (Orchestra Director) last wielded the baton of OD in last season' s PIPPIN. He played in the pit orchestra for THE SOUND OF MUSIC and CAMELOT for AACT. A metallurgist with Climax Molybdenum Co., john also finds time to play clarinet, flute and saxophones for big band jazz groups in the area. DIRECTOR'S NOTES New Year's Eve. 1929. Berlin. Germany. Infl ation is high. The Depression extends its stranglehold through Europe and the U.S. The Banks are failing, but the Cabarets are full of party goers... a frenzy of distraction... people scrambl e for some gaiety, no matter how thinly it covers the surface ... anything to dull the growing sense of unease. Political persuasions abound-Communism, Nazism-Nationalism is ga ining popularity with a vengeance ... the victims are looking for v ictims. Meanwhile, ordinary, and 'extraordinary.' people. young and old. try to l ive their lives, run their businesses. and plan futures together. (Can the private person stay separate from the public, the social from the pol iticall) The fabric of soc iety starts to tear. love is t rivialized. human respect is denigrated, and violence becomes the accepted means that justifies the end. THE CREW COSTUMES LIGHTS Cathy Williamson Michael Johnson Paige Reichardt Lynn Knoedler Mike Limmer Brenna Carnegie Cabaret Chorus PROPS Stephanie Poll Lynn Evans Jean Knutsen Pat Tootell Alene Blomquist Ken Tootell Robert and Sharon Ongaro SPECIAL PROJECTS Bill Bogen Don Stewart Ken Tootell MAKE-UP Thom Johnson Joseph Medrano Asst. Lighting Designers Mike Alexander Chief Engineer Ron Harnisch Liz Mustard jeffrey Ogden David L. Rodgers Roy Schwartz Ken Tootell Bonnie Christenson ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Dill Murrell University of Michigan Properties Valente's Men's Formal Wear, Inc. Spiral Stair- American General Products Unitec Construction Services Inc. Marsha Matulionis Maryvonne Sarfati Suzanne White, Expert Dancer SET Sophia Farah joAnn Z. Keosaian Jacqui Fincher Linda Chuba Mahoney HAIR Brenna Carnegie and Peggy Strong of SCRUPPLES HAIR AND NAIL SALON Mary Ann Archambault - SHEAR IMPACT Jan Harting- HAIR BY JAN Tom Martone Dwight Smith Bob Seeman Ken Tootell Jeff Zupan james W. Moers II joel Dawson Bill Anderson SPECIAL THANKS TO ALL NOT LISTED HERE WHO HELPED. THE ORCHESTRA CONDUCTOR john M . Tartaglia STRINGS Kim MacAdam - Violin Beth Armstrong- Violin Kathy Davis-Viola Karen Harrell- Cello Eleanor Smith- Cello WOODWINDS Dill Murrell - Flute, Clarinet, Soprano and Alto Sax Mike Sommerfeld - Flute, Clarinet, Soprano, Alto and Tenor Sax Allison Neff - Clarinet, Tenor Sax Rich Ald er - Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Baritone Sax BRASS David Caswell- Trumpet David Wolter- Trumpet Thomas T ratter- French Horn Steve Barnard- Trombone Michael Finton - Trumpet RHYTHM Carole Mihalo- Piano Helen Bendes -Accord ian Bill Boley - Banjo, Guitar Margaret Waltz- String Bass John Kennedy- String Bass David Kane - Drums, Percussion john Ball - Drums, Percussion SYNOPSIS OF SCENES PLACE: TIME: In and around Berl in 1929-1930, Before the start of the Third Reich Scene 1 2 3 4& 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Scene 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 ACT ONE Cabaret Compartment of a Railway Car, approaching t he German Border, New Year's Eve 1929 Cl iff's Room The Kit Kat Klub Cliff's Room, New Year's Day 1930 Cabaret Fraulein Schneider's Living Room, April1930 The Kit Kat Klub Cliff' s Room Cabaret Fraulein Schneider's Room, one week later Herr Schultz's Fruit Shop, a few days later ACT TWO The Ki t Kat Klub/Cabaret Herr Schultz's Fruit Shop, the next morning Cabaret Cliff's Room The Kit Kat Klub, that night Cl iff's Room, late the next morning Railway Car Compartment/Cabaret MUSICAL NUMBERS ACT ONE: Wilkommen: M.C. & Company. Welcome to Berlin: M.C. So What: Fraulein Schneider. Telephone Song: Fritzie. Don't Tell Mama: Sally and the G irls (Heidi, Gilda, Helga, Fritzie). Telephone Dance: Fritzie, Cliff, Helga, Kurt, Werner, Emcee, Gilda, Ute, Rudi, Teddi, Eric, Heidi, Rafe, and Company. Perfectly Marvelous: Sally & Cliff. Two Ladies: M.C., Ute & Teddi . It Couldn't Please Me More: Fraulein Schneider & Herr Schultz. Tomorrow Belongs to Me: The Waiters, Max, Ernst & the M .C. Why Should I Wake Up: Cliff. *Money, Money: M .C. & Sally Married: Herr Schultz & Fraulein Sc hneider *Maybe This Time: Sally. Meeskite: Herr Sc hultz & Sa ll y. Tomorrow Belongs to Me: Kost, Ernst & Company. ACT TWO: Kickline: Ute, Teddi, Helga, Gilda, Fritzie, Heidi, Trixi. Married: Reprise: Herr Schultz. If You Could See Her: M .C. & Yvonne. What Would You Do: Fraulein Schneider. Cabaret: Sa lly. Finale Ultimo: Cliff, M C, Herr Sc hultz, Fraulein Schneider, Sa lly & Company. *Nqte: 'Maybe This Time' arranged by Dill Murrell *'Money, Money' orchestrated by John M. Tartaglia There will be a brief intermission between acts. THE CAST J.-'~-t:· .. '"'' Emcee . ... Todd Edward Sally Bowles Debbie Weitzman Fraulein Schneider . 1 . . . Sandra Lee Storrer Herr Schultz . . ..... Andy Lindstrom Fraulein Kost . Patricia A. Rector Clifford Bradshaw . . .. Timothy Richard Henning Ernst Ludwig .AI Hainen · - -1 . ~ -. . ......... Dwight S. Smith Customs Officer Customs Officer/Rudi . Christopher D. Taylor Fritzie . . Kristen Lee Behrendt Mariana Marian Cohen Werner . . .. Martin H. Contreras Helga . . .. Tina Datsko Robert Robert C. Douglas Gilda. . ...... . ............ G lenda L. Gerbstadt Fritz ..................... Clay D. Hysell Rafe . . ..... Sarn Mead Heidi . . ........................... Anne Morton Teddi . Teddy Susan Ostrow Max. .. Torn Schill Ute. ................. . . Ann Stevenson Eva. ................. . . ....... Beth Fischer Tartaglia Kurt . ........... Christopher Wakefield Eric. Eric J Wolff ABOUT THE CAST KRISTEN LEE BEHRENDT (Fritzie) most recently charmed AACT audiences as Liesl in THE SOUND OF MUSIC. A sophomore at Greenhills School, she has performed in PRINCESS IDA, THE MIKADO, and YEOMEN OF THE GUARD at Interlochen National Music Camp. Her many enthusiasms include ballet, jazz dancing, running, piano and volleyball. MARIAN COHEN (Mariana) makes her "comeback" to AACT after an absence of several years . In the past she has been seen in AACT's FIDDLER ON THE ROOF, MOST HAPPY FELLA and FIORELLO!. At the Mulholland St. address she was Betty Chumley in HARVEY. A social worker at the U of M Hospital, she has also found time to help AACT with props and other crews on many other shows. MARTIN H. CONTRERAS (Werner) became interested in AACT when he attended a recent open house. He has worked behind the scenes in productions of APPLAUSE and W EST SIDE STORY and sw ea rs he actua lly portrayed a Samoan fire knife dancer for a Polynesian night c lub act. Martin is a physica l therapi st at U of M Hospi t al who enjoys theater. dance and photography. ROBERT C. DOUGLAS (Robert) worked on BRIGADOON and OUR TOWN for AAC T. He has also been seen in U of M Gilbert and Sullivan Society productions of IOLANTHE, THE MIKADO and PATIENCE. Comic Opera Gu ild has u t ilized his talents in many shows inc l udi ng THE DESERT SONG and THE MERRY WIDOW. Robert is an Ann Arbor e lementa ry school teacher who also raises Appaloosa and Belgian horses a nd Bantam Show poultry. TODD EDWARD (E mcee) m akes his first appearance with AACT in CABARE T. A musica l theater student at the U of M Todd has worked extensively with MUSKET productions and U of M d epartmental works. He had roles in MUSKET's JESU S CHRIST, SUPERSTAR and RUNAWA YS and directed last winter's production of HAIR. This past summer he played David in U of M ' s COM PANY. GLENDA L. GERBSTADT (Gilda) m akes he r debut w ith AACT in CABARET. She has appeared in the U of M MU SKET production of GUYS AND DOLLS, the U of M Soph Show in WONDERFUL TOWN and in K ISMET and MY FAIR LADY for other groups. Glenda is a cert ified public accou ntant who lists sai ling/yacht racing, figure skating and dancing among her interests. AL HAINEN (Ernst Ludwig) has worked for AACT in the casts of THE SOUND OF MUSIC (Herr Zeller), GOOD PERSON OF SZECHWAN and CAROUSE L. Both the U of M Gilbert and Sullivan Society and Comic Opera Guild have utilized Al' s voca l talents in H M .S. PINAFORE and THE BEGGAR'S OPERA respectively. Music, traveling and camping keep AI busy when he isn't working as a middl e sc hool counselor. TIMOTHY RICHARD HENNING (Clifford Bradshaw) has been active in theater throughout the country inc luding San Diego Repertory Theater. CABARET is the fiftieth productio n which he has either directed, produced, acted in and/or written . Loca lly he has appeared in STEAMBATH and THE RAINMAKER for AACT and done just about everything for Black Sheep Theater in Manc hest er. This past season in addition to managing he acted and directed several shows including SLEUTH, TH E GIN GAME and MRS. WARREN'S PROFESSION . CLAY D. HYSELL (Fritz) is a first year graduate student at the U of M at the Center for Chinese Studies. For Georgetown University Theatre he appeared in THE ROBBER BRIDEG ROOM, BYE BY BIRDIE and THE SK IN OF OUR TEETH . He has designed sets and lights, directed and produced several productions. He is also an antiques co llector and dealer. ANDY LINDSTROM (H err Schultz) re ceived his BA in voice and drama in 1946 and for t he next few years pursued a theatrical ca reer in New York . He has been a builder since 1952, but in the last few years his interest in theater has led him back to the stage. He appeared in GUYS AND DOLLS and CHARLIE'S AUNT for AACT and most recently portrayed Rev. Sam Gardner in t he Black Sheep Theater' s MRS. WARREN'S PROFESS ION . SAM MEAD (Rafe) makes his debut for AACT in this production. For other groups he has worked on FLOWER DRUM SONG, MAME and THE SOUND OF MUSIC. He lists his interests as cooking, home arts and woodwork refinishing. We welcome Sam to AACT. ANNE MORTON (Heidi) is a senior at Pioneer High School making her first appearance before AACT audiences in CABARET. At Pioneer she played in BLUE DENIM and WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION. For Young People's Theatre she acted in DAVID AND LISA and THE FABULOUS FABLE FACTORY. She currently works at the Moveable Feast at Kerrytown and plans on college next year. TEDDY SUSAN OSTROW (Teddi) is a theater major at the U of M who was last seen by AACT's audiences as Lady India in RING AROUND THE MOON. She has acted with the Black Sheep Theater as Wanda in ROSE MARIE and recently directed HOOTENANNY for the Ypsilanti Players. She has appeared with "Ad Absurdum," a comedy troupe. She is currently taking ballet from Camilla and john Chiapuris. PATRICIA A. RECTOR (Fraulein Kost) has delighted more audiences in more shows than can ever be listed here. For AACT her portrayals include Algy in THE CLUB, Carlotta Campion in FOLLIES and Clara in HAY FEVER. For Black Sheep Theater she has appeared in THE THREE PENNY OPERA (Mrs. Peachum) and I DO, I DO (Agnes). She has also directed several shows for Black Sheep including PRIVATE LIVES and THE MOUSETRAP. Pat will be direct ing VERONICA' S ROOM at the AACT Main Street theater next March DWIGHT S. SMITH (Customs Officer) has worked on set and running crews of every regular season show since joining AACT in 1976. His AACT appearances include THE SOUND OF MUSIC and WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION. He has participated in music and theater since junior high school and is also interested in art, electronics and automobiles. Dwight is an AMS/01 L dealer. ANN STEVENSON (Ute) first appeared on AACT's stage 14 years ago in THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH. Her second appearance was last year's PIPPIN. In between shows she has had 12 years of ballet training and has worked with other groups on HARVEY (Vera), THE KING AND I, GUYS AND DOLLS and OKLAHOMA (Ado Annie and Dream Laurie in two different productions). She is a medical technology student at the U of M. SANDRA LEE STORRER (Fraulein Schneider) brings ten years of theatrical experience to her current role. For AACT, she has both acted in ONCE UPON A MATTRESS (Queen Aggravain) and FOLLIES (Phyliss) and directed THE CLUB for the Main Street Theatre. She has performed original works for the Women's Music Revue in Ann Arbor and has acted and directed for Performance Network. She is a hair stylist for Hair ' N' Company under the name of " Lee." CHRISTOPHER D. TAYLOR (Customs Officer/Rudi) appears for the first time with AACT in CABARET. His other stage credits include H.M .S. PINAFORE, THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE and RUDDIGORE for High School, Inc. He apprenticed at Cherry County Playhouse in Traverse City this summer and is currently a drama major at EMU. CHRISTOPHER WAKEFIELD (Kurt) is a special education counsultant with the Ann Arbor Public Schools making his debut with AACT. For the Common Ground Theatre Ensemble he has worked on such shows as AT SECOND SIGHT and CHILDREN OF A LESSER GOD. He also appeared in VOICES IN THE WILDERNESS for Students Organized Against Racism. DEBBIE WEITZMAN (Sally Bowles) has just moved to Ann Arbor after several years in New York where she appeared in The New York Renaissance Festival, ROMEO AND JULIET (Juliet) at the Lee Strasberg Theater and sang professionally with the trio 'jamboree." Debbie is a music teacher presently studying creative writing. ERIC J. WOLFF (Eric) is pursuing a double major at EMU in musical theater and special education as well as making his first appearance for AACT. He worked on 15 musicals at Slauson Jr. High either on-stage or as piano accompanist. This summer he costumed CABARET for Performance Network and is interested in a career in theater as a singer/dancer or a costumer. WILKINSON LUGGAGE SHOP Luggage-Gifts-Handbags- Bnetcases , ~tudio ~tair ) SPIRAL & CIRCULAR STAIRS designed to meet your style, decor and size requirements. 327 South Main Street Ann Arbor, Michigan 769-2000 . ,• 2800 SOUTH STATE • ANN ARBOR, Ml48104 3131662-7200 • All Wood MARJORIE C. CRAVEN • Wood and Steel Associate Broker lJ \\JUm \"\ GENERAL Residence 3131426-4818 Cr~-Linsday Co. REALTORS PRODUCfS ANN ARBOR PARTY CENTER, INC.·~~ 1612 JACKSON Ave. • Ann Arbor, Ml 48103 1735 Ho lmes Road • Ypsilanti, Michigan 48197 (313) 483-1833 Out of state call 1-800/732-0609 (313) 761-2525 Catering AlaCart! 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