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Ann Arbor Civic Theatre Program: The Skin Of Our Teeth, June 11, 1986

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Publisher
Ann Arbor Civic Theatre
Day
11
Month
June
Year
1986
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Ann Arbor Civic Theatre
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Lf:t~ ... continuing a tradition of service to Ann Arbor and Washtenaw County since 1893. DeJ~ DESIGNERS I BUt LDE RS I NURSERYMEN ELEVEN CONVENIENT OFFICES ~~~~l9HS 2351 East Delhi Road Ann Arbor I 663-0313 lllll ~'=! A Fresh Outlool"' on Dining Introducing \VInDO\V. New Menu For lunch or for dinner, always something new. Featuring our "fresh approach" menu and new Seafood Raw Bar, Weeknights 5:30-7:30 p.m. Or try the ultimate Sunday Brunch! Window's -Ann Arbor's only with down to earth prices! sl~y-high view restaurant s~ T~~n~~~2o~ 769-9500 JAtT Ann Arbor Civic Theatre Presents Skin Of Our By Thornton Wilder June 11 - 14th, 1986 8:00pm Saturday Matinee 2:00 pm AT THE LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc. • This activity is made possible in part by the support of the State of Michigan through funds from the Michigan Council for the Arts. For information on available services and programs, contact the Michigan Council for the Arts, 1200 Sixth Avenue, Detroit, MI 48226. By Tina Howe July 10-12; 17-19; 24-26, 1986 • Main Street Theatre 338 South Main Street For Information-Call 662-7282 ANN ARBOR CIVIC THEATRE PRESENTS By Noel Coward July 19-20, 1986 • Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre For Ticket Information Call 662-7282 SPECIAL THANKS Alisande Cutler "Dinny" Vicki Honeyman Comic Opera Guild Fleetwood Diner Ann Arbor Civic Theatre, Inc. Board of Directors Thorn Johnson, President Marilyn Kennedy, Vice-President Mike Limmer, Vice-President Eunice L. Burns Joseph C. Medrano Jeanne Knutsen Gwenn Angle Proegler Kim Mackenzie Clifford G. Sheldon Beth Fischer Tartaglia Frances Martone Thomas Martone Patricia Tootell John M. McCollum Charles Tyson Honorary Advisory Committee Louis D. Belcher Brian Connelly Sally Fleming Dr. Eva Jessye HenryS. Landau ·Mayor Edward C. Pierce Eugene B. Power Raymond J. Smit Neil Staebler Elizabeth Stranahan AACT Season Staff Secretary ............. ...... ...... .. ...... .... Julie Vorus Treasurer .................................. K. John Jarrett Publicity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carol Deniston Front of House/Ushers .................. Barbara Smart Daniel Box Office ................. .. ............ Runelda Medrano Season Ticket Agent ....................... James A. Mattson Membership ... .............................. Cheryl Israel Main Street Production Coordinator ......... M. Frances Martone Programs ...................... Deborah Bauer, Jim Donnelly SPOTLIGHT Newsletter Editor .............. ...... Anne Walker Lighting and Sound Chair ...................... Gene Macario Production Coordinator ..................... Marilyn Kennedy Office Manager ............................ Annette Schultz Play Selection .............. .. ................ Ellen Prosser Props Superintendent. ..................... .. . Joan Scheffler Costume Shop Superintendent ........... Gwenn Angle Proegler Costume Rentals ............................ James Posante House Committee .................... . ....... Louisa Pieper Long Range Planning .......................... Paul Couture Development .................. Eunice L. Burns, Charles Tyson Legal Advisor ................................ Martin Smith Scene Shop Superintendent ....... Robert Seeman, Richard Evans Mailing Supervisor ............................. Howard Fox Phone Message Recording ...................... ... Edie Pelz Director of Development ................... Deborah M. Greene • Business Manager ................ ........ Thomas E. Loewe 0 This position made possible by a grant from: ~\ ~\'l•i,&ouncil DIRECTOR'S NOTES " It was written on the eve of our entrance into World War II and I think it mostly comes alive under conditions of crises:· Thornton Wilder Preface to SKIN OF OUR TEETH THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH is a salute to the American Family and their quest for survival. It exposes them as they are; quite often imperfect but filled with the faith that they can always start over again. They overcome Flood, Famine, Hurricane, Walls of Ice and finally, their worst threat. World War. We have chosen to pull imagery and styles from the period of the 1940's that somehow fall into that vague category of "Americana" ; a mishmash of high camp, famous photographs, personalities, mixed with a dimestore practicality. We feel this aptly reflects our heritage as Americans. I hope that somehow we can share something special with all of you, and touch you some way either by laughter or by tears. Enjoy! Hans Friedrichs SYNOPSIS OF SCENES Act I 1939 (10 Minute Intermission) Act II 1942 (10 Minute Intermission) Act III 1947 THE CAST (In Order of Appearance) Announcer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Christopher Korow Sabina . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...... . . .. Kaarina Quinnell Mr. Fitzpatrick .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Christopher Korow Mrs. Antrobus ............... . . . ............ . ... Liz Foster Dinosaur (voice) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ann VanDemark Mammoth (voice) ........ . ... .. .............. . .. Patti Attar Telegraph Boy . . ................... . . . . . . Terry Joe Harrison Gladys ............ . .......... . .......... Nancy Niedzielski Henry ...................... . .............. David Andrews Mr. Antrobus . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... Larry Rusinsky Doctor .. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Terry Joe Harrison Teacher .................... . ............. Ann VanDemark Judge Moses ................. .. ............... Skip Bailey Homer .. . ....... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R. Neil Alexander Miss E. Muse .... . ............. . ................ Chris Hall Miss T. Muse . ................ .. ....... .... Christina Parker Miss M. Muse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Marilyn Kennedy Conveener . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Robert Alexander Bingo Bunny . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . ... Patti Attar Conveener . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... . ... Skip Bailey Conveener ................. .... . . ....... Terry Joe Harrison Madam Kitty .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ann VanDemark The Musettes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .... Chris Hall Christina Parker Marilyn Kennedy Fortune Teller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sarah Salisbury Chairpusher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Skip Bailey Defeated Candidate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Robert Alexander Lifeguard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Terry Joe Harrison Broadcast Official ............ . ............ Robert Alexander Assistant Broadcast Official ................ Terry Joe Harrison Mr. Tremayne ................. . ... . .... .. . . .... Skip Bailey Hester . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ann VanDemark Ivy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Patti Attar Fred Bailey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Terry Joe Harrison Singers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Christina Parker Chris Hall Marilyn Kennedy Robert Alexander THE STAFF Director ..... . ............................ Hans Friedrichs Producer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Marilyn Kennedy Assistant Director ............................ Wendy Wright Stage Manager ........................... .. Thorn Johnson Set Designers ... . . ............................ John Mouat Lisa Snapp Costume Designer .......................... Hans Friedrichs Lighting Designer ........................... Thorn Johnson Properties and Set Dressing ................ . .. Shirley Mallette Rita Rodenberg Set Builder ...... . ............................. Rich Evans Makeup Designer .................... . . Suzanne Bartholomew Sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chris Korow Special Effects ................ ..... .......... Gene Macario ABOUT THE CAST lt STAFF (This Information was available at the time the program went to pres~ R. NEIL ALEXANDER (Homer/Broadcast Official) Bob has been arecent staunch addition to the Civic family. Aside from serving as Assistant Director of BWES FOR MR. CHARLIE, he ran set crew for CHICAGO, and has recently been elected to the Board of Directors.. DAVID ANDREWS (Henry) has appeared in several shows with AACT, and in July will be s.e en as Lancelot in Chelsea Area Players' CAMELOT, that is, if anyone can find him. David mysteriously disappeared during production week. His role in SKIN OF OUR TEETH WILL BE PLAYED BY HIS STUNT DOUBLE, Ernie. FATTI ATTAR (Mammoth Voice/Bingo Bunny) was last seen as the Defense Attorney in AACT's BWES FOR MR. CHARLIE, and is scheduled to appear in the Main Street production of MUSEUM, opening July 10. She enjoys her job at Comerica Bank and all the people she works with. SKIF BAILEY (Conveener) "Working as a Student Financial Aid Counselor necessitates a release. My experience with AACT is wonderful for this. As a newcomer to the area AACT has provided me the opportunity to meet new people:' Skip was last seen onstage with AACT in ROYAL FAMILY. SUZANNE BARTHOLOMEW (Makeup Designer) Suzanne has styled hair for AACT's past .3 shows, previously working as a hair designer in theater in Birmingham. Suzanne works in town as a hair stylist at "A Cut Above:' ., LIZ FOSTER (Mrs. Antrobus) Liz enjoys playing Mrs. A. because it gives her an almost painless chance to be a wife and mother. Her other acting credits include WAITING FOR LEFTY, GUYS AND DOLLS at Wayne State U., WALTZ OF THE TOREADORS and SKIN ... at Eastern Michigan U., and a kooky Chorus Leader in THE CLOUDS for AACT Mainstreet. She recently wrote and directed AGAINST THE WALL at EMU, and found the experience fluffy and ethereal. HANS FRIEDRICHS (Director) still is a native of Ann Arbor, although for the last four years he has lived in 1bronto attending the Ryerson Theatre School and directing for the Ryerson Theatre Company. His acting credits are many. His directing assignments include ASHES (1bronto), AACT's TEN LITTLE INDIANS, Ryerson's MIRANDOLINA and OVERRULED. Hans recently directed his first film, THE KING OF YORKVILLE for First Choice pay TV. CHRIS HALL (Miss E. Muse/Musette) is new to AACT but not to the stage, having recently appeared with the Saline Area Players in FIDDLER ON THE ROOF, and as Winnifred in ONCE UPON A MATTRESS. In real life, Chris is a dentist. TERRY JOE HARRISON (Telegraph Boy) This is Terry's first appearance with AACT. His acting credits include CARNIVAL, HELLO, DOLLY! and MUSIC MAN. He would like to dedicate his performance in SKIN OF OUR TEETH to his family. THOM JOHNSON (Lighting Designer/Stage Manager) TJ was last stage manager for ANYTHING GOES. He is the resident lighting designer for People Dancing and also acts, directs and serves as President of AACT's Board of Directors. TJ smokes an occasional cigar and does not jog. MARILYN KENNEDY (Producer/Miss M. Muse) Marilyn has been very active with AACT the past 6 years-acting, singing, producing, dressing sets, designing graphics and serving as Production Coordinator and Vice President of the Board. Her acting roles with Civic include Mother Abbess in SOUND OF MUSIC and Morgan Le Fey in CAMELO'{. Marilyn spends her "spare time" working as a graphic designer and coping with a teen-age daughter and a Great Dane puppy. CHRISTOPHER KOROW (Announcer/Fitzpatrick) has been deeply involved with AACT for almost two years. He's done everything from slinging paint in the shop to eating mass quantities of food on stage as Ray in Main Street's LONE STAR. This is his first role on the "Main Stage" and it's an experience he's long been anticipating. In his other life, Chris is a computer systems analyst at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. SHIRLEY MALLETTE (Props/Set Dressing) Shirley has been very active behind the scenes for almost three years in the areas of sets, props and costumes. Her threatened sabbatical should be coming up very soon. (However, we hope not Shirley!) JOHN MOUAT AND LISA SNAPP' (Co-Set Designers) John and Lisa were co-set designers for this season's production of ORPHEUS DESCENDING and co-builders for last year's THE LATE CHRISTOPHER BEAN. They have both worked on set and running crews for a number of shows in the last couple of years. Lisa is a mechanical engineer and John is an architect here in Ann Arbor. NANCY ANNE NIEZIELSKI (Gladys) is making her AACT debut. A senior at Eastern Michigan U. majoring in theatre and writing, she plans after graduation to move to Chicago and become an immensely famous comedienne. Or else she wants Vanna White's job on "Wheel of Fortune:' CHRISTINA PARKER (Miss T. Muse/Musette) comes to her first AACT production with credits from community theatres in Greenviiie, Alpena and Saline, including roles in ARSENIC AND OLD LACE, 6 RMS RIV VU, and as Emily Dickinson in THE BELLE OF AMHERST. By vocation she is a social worker; by avocation an avid collector of antiques. KAARINA QUINNELL (Sabina) A recent theatre graduate of Northern Michigan U. Kaarina has appeared in summer stock at Thunder Bay, and locally with Suspension Theatre and the String Puppet Theatre. She was assistant to the director of AACT's Main Street production of LONE STAR and LAUNDRY AND BOURBON and now makes her first Civic stage appearance. She is convinced that "the maid" is always the best part. RITA RODENBERG (Props/Set Dressing) Rita has dabbled in set painting for AACT in the past year and has taken a swing at props for the first (and, hopefully, far from last) time this year. LARRY RUSINSKI (Mr. Antrobus) has appeared in numerous productions throughout the sprawling Midwest including, for AACT, STEAMBATH, Ionesco's THE LESSON (both on Main Street), CHARLEY'S AUNT, LOOK HOMEWARD ANGEL, and BELLS ARE RINGING. Larry collects ventriloquism dummies, stupid salt and pepper shakers, advertising dolls, and tacky tourist paraphenalia. He is currently working on a computer program to create literary metaphors, and is writing the sequel to a certain Shakespeare play. 1 1 SARAH SALISBURY (Fortune Teller) makes her AACT debut in this production while completing her Master's degree in theatre at the U. of M. She comes with a wide range of credits in theatres from New York to California, including roles in COMEDY OF ERRORS, AS YOU LIKE IT, OUR TOWN, BLACK COMEDY, and this year's U. of M. LYSISTRATA. Acting, she says, is her hobby; her vocation is her 9-year-old daughter Lay Ia. ANN VANDEMARK (Dinosaur Voice/Teacher) enjoyed dancing and singing in ANYTHING GOES, and now appears for the second time on the AACT stage. Dexter audiences have seen her recently as Mammy Yokum in Lit: ABNER and as Gladys in PAJAMA GAME. Ann is a SpeechLanguage Pathologist in private practice. WENDY WRIGHT (Assistant Director) Wendy was director of the successful Main Street production of LAUNDRY AND BOURBON and LONE STAR in January, and Assistant Director for TEN LITTLE INDIANS last summer. Her acting credits include ORPHEUS DESCENDING and THE CLOUDS, both for AACT, and appearances with Black Sheep Theatre and U. of M. players. She's truly enjoyed working with this wonderful cast. THE CREW PROPS CREW STAGE CREW LIGHTING CREW Geneva Bentley Barbara Daniel Yehudit Newman Rich Evans Linn Matich John Mouat Mike Alexander Faith Duede John Ellison Mike Limmer SET AND PAINT CREW Skip Bailey Rich Evans Pam Harwood Ralph Katz Chris Korow Linn Matich John Mouat Bob Seeman Lisa Snapp Sara Warber SOUND CREW Allan Darish MAKEUP AND HAIR CREW Jeanne Adwani Pamela Craven Rosemarie Rothe Pamela Ryon Kecia Staples DONOR MEMBERS Some very special people support, advocate and enjoy community theatre. Listing them here is our way of thanking them. Please let us know if your name is omitted or incorrectly spelled. Thank You! The Ann Arbor Civic Theatre Board of Directors GUARANTORS Virginia and Warren Eveland Esther Powell George Gilligan Joseph H. Stroud and Kathleen Fojtik Dr. and Mrs. Carl Gingles Barbara Thompson and Roland Loup Mr. and Mrs. David Goldberg Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thornton Mr. and Mrs. Whitmore Gray Ubers Drugstore Bob and Lila Green Unltec Construction Services Richard A. Hadler John and Chris Stephens Don and Ruth Hanna Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Van Boven, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Cruse W. Moss Anne L. and Harold Haugh Bob and Dinah Vincent Burnette and Nell Staebler Judith Heeken Julianne N. Varus H. W. Horne WAAM Radio Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Horner, Jr. Roger B. Washburn Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hurst Westside Book Shop ITT Hancock Industries Wilkinson Luggage Lester f. Johns McKinley Associates Dr. and Mrs. R. D. Judge Gwenn and Lolt Proegler Naomi and Ray E. Kehoe William R. Kinney Mr. and Mrs. Henry Landau Dr. and Mrs. John S. Larder Mr. and Mrs. John B. Leidy Michael Limmer Paul and June Lindquist Prof. and Mrs. Gardner Ackley Main Street Area Association Jeff Aiken Kim Mackenzie Robert H. Alexander Prof. and Mrs. John McCollum and Judith Dow Aileen Mengel Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Allmand Mr. and Mrs. William C. Morse Ann Arbor Printing and Mailing Newman Computer Exchange Dewey and Frances Noland Robin Barlow Ann Arbor Inn Richard and Jane Benjamin Cecil and Dollie North Don and Caroline Alexander Jeff Bigelow North American Minerals Corp. Michael and Suzan Alexander Ann and Richard Black Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Parker Mr. and Mrs. Robert r:. Barry Richard and Freddie Black Col. C. and Winifred Passlnk Robert C. f. and Virginia f. Bartels Milford and Mary Boersma Albert R. and Louisa P. Pieper Mr. and Mrs. Harry Benford Mr. and Mrs Kirby Brown William and Betty Pierce Eva Benjamin Margaret Bell Cameron Peter and Eleanor Pollack Bharat Bhushan Dr. and Mrs. Allan Clague Lois and William r:. Porter Wilbur and Alyce Carlene Bigelow Mark and Emily Clague Mr. and Mrs. l':ugene B. Power Betty Bishop Raymond f. Clevenger Mrs. Percival Price Drs. Ron Be Nancy Bishop Karen Doss Collins Mr. and Mrs. Duane Renken Mrs. Dorothy Blasey f. r:. and !':Iizabeth Richart Brian Connelly Advertising Jimmy Boles Paul and Barbara Couture Mr. and Mrs. William Rosenberg Mrs. Jay A. Bolt Mr. and Mrs. H. Richard Crane Mr . and Mrs. C. Samborski Gladys J. Dottum Margaret and Douglas Crary Norma Jean and Richard Sarns Pauline Bordner Mr. and Mrs. Jack Craven Joy Scarpuzza Charles and Linda Borgsdorf Mr and Mrs. Charles H. Cremin Joan M. Scheffler Mr. and Mrs. Irving Brown Mr. and Mrs. John f . Daly Dr. and Mrs. David Shipman Leland and Hilda Brown Mr. and Mrs. Doward Dancer Robert and Marina Seeman Mr. and Mrs. William M. Brown John and Barbara Dempsey Alva Sink John W. Buckbee Carol Deniston Raymond and Donna Smlt Leona and George Bunnell Mr. and Mrs. Edmond DeVIne Michael Staebler and Rebecca McGowan Mr. and Mrs. Dale ~. Burgess Mr. and Mrs. William T. Dobson The Stanley Works Eunice Burns Dr. and Mrs. Edward f. Domino Helmut f. Stern Donald B. Canham Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Stevens Bette Ellis Dr. Ruth Cantieny first of America Donald Stewart Barbara M. Carr Mr. Leonard G. Gajda Mr. and Mrs. Ulrich Stoll BENEFACTORS STARS SPONSORS PATRONS Larry K. Carrier Daniel T. Carroll Cottage Inn Mr. and Mrs. C. Merle Crawford Alllsande Cutler David and Mary Deren Mr. and Mrs. John Dillon Bernard Ehnis Jefferey and Barbara Elpem Jerome and Carolyn Epstein Herb Estes Adele Ewell Robbin F. and Sally Fleming Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Ford Mr. and Mrs. Howard P. fox Dr. Carl M. Frye Beverly Jeanne Olltrow Mrs. Katherine R. Goddard Ava and Ray Goff Aronne Goldkette Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Gray Linda Greene David Peter Oreenqulst Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gross Group 100 Mr. and Mrs. Elliott S. Guttman M. Haskell and Jan Barney Newman John and Mary Hathaway Irene Hess Harry B. Hogan Dr. and Mrs. Frederic B. House Gertrude V. Huebner Robert C. Hughes K. John Jarrett Thorn Johnson The Hon. and Mrs. Charles Joiner Grace Judson Rich Kato Edith Kempf Marilyn Kennedy Mary A. Kessel Mr. and Mrs. leo Klausner Lynn Knoedler William and Linda Koeppel Fran ~ Thomas Martone Conrad Mason Margaret Masslalas Jack and Jane McCormick leo and Deborah McNamara Margorle E. McNeil Mrs. VAden W. Miles Will and Jean Navarre Harold and Mary Oas Dr. Gena Rose Pahuckl Mr. and Mrs. William Palmer Jerome C. Patterson Edith M. Pinter Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Prendergast Betty Phillips Ethel Rathbun Kirk Daniel Reed Robert Reinhart Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Richards Roberta A . Rlzzardl Jane Robertson Rosemarie Rothe, Alan w. Rothe, and Maureen Furlong Mrs. M. H. Seevers Pamela Seevers Harold T. and Vivian Shapiro Dr. and Mrs. Howard Shevrl n Mr. Muslad Shihadeh Eugene and Alida Silverman Lawrence and Doris Sperling Mr. and Mrs. David Staiger Lois and John Stegeman Ulrich and Sue Stoll Ruth Strang MD Charles Sutherland, Jr. and James Posante, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Wallace Dr. and Mrs. Andrew S. Watson Jim Weldon Ronald and Catherine Wuerth Charles Wylie FRIENDS Helene and Robert Abrams Craig M. Adams Nell and Shirley Adams Mr. and Mrs. Tim G. Adams Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Adamson Raquel Agranoff Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Akerlof Mr. A. G. Anderson Bette Anderson and Dr. Jon Hall Dr. and Mrs. David Anderson Patti Attar Laurie and Smith Atwood Mr. and Mrs. Michael Avsharlan Don and Shirley Axon Evelyn Bailey William Bailey Mr. and Mrs. George Balas E. Alton Balta Ruth M. Barnard John M. and Marlene J. Barr Margaret Barry Leslie and Anita Bassett Norman Bauer Ruth Beatty Iris Becker Dr. and Mrs. William Belerwaltes Earl and Dorothy Bell Carl and Sharon Berger Gerald and Karen Berger Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Berger Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Bernstein Doreen Binder Jame Bishop Mr. and Mrs. Lyman w. Bittman Dr. and Mrs D. Bobblltt Mr. and Mrs. William Bolcum Corrine Bowden Barbara L. Bowen Bruce M. Bowman Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bradley Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brauburger Mrs. Frank X. Braun Dennis Brewer Geraldine Brlegal Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Brien Mary Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Brown Clarls M. Brown Mrs. Deming Brown ferne Brown Mr. and Mrs. William Burket Mrs. Russell J. Burns Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Burns Mrs. Wellington Burt Virginia Bury Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Butler Ross and Oeorglanna Byron Mr. and Mrs. Robert Caddell lsaac-Jacobeln and Susan Ann Campbell Jean Campbell The Non. and Mrs. Ross w. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carbeck Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carbeck Merv ll( Marilyn Carse Karen Chalmer Tim Christensen Alan Clark Peggy Clough Dr. and Mrs. Joe Cohen Marian Cohen Phillip W. and Raffaela Collica Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Colton Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Conard Georgia Conard Mr. Thomas Connelan Mr. and Mrs. George H. Connor Edward J. Connors Susan M. Connors Philip and Jean Converse Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Cooch Mr. and Mrs. Clyde H. Coombs Gage and Helen Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cope Mr. and Mrs. Albert Coudron Janet and Raymond Crabtree Asho Craine Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Darrow Susan Dawson Santra and Philip Deats Dr. and Mrs. Russell DeJong Doris and Norbert DeLaroque Delen L . Dempster Raymond Detter Mr. and Mrs. John Devine MacDonald ll( Carolyn Dick Virginia H. Donahey Wayne ll( Daoml Donaldson Barbara H. Dorr William 0. Dow Mr. and Mrs. Charles Downing Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Edwards Martin and Rosalie Edwards Claude and Nita Eggertson The Hon. and Mrs. S. J. Elden Sam Eldersveld Mr. and Mrs. Sol M. Elkin Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Elliott William Ensminger Jean Etter Ted ll( Sophie Farah Homer Fatt Oose-Grace Faucher and Helene Faucher Sullivan Kirk ll( Marian Faupel Edle Faye Carl and Kathleen Fischer Dr. ll( Mrs. John Floyd Foley's Uniforms Mrs. Thomas Francis, Jr. Esther Frank Thomas H. Franks, Jr. Linda and Larry FRench David Frledo Nick Furklotl John ll( Martha Fyfe Lois W. Gage Arthur ll( Margorle Gallagher Garris, Garris, and Garris Law Offices Hugh Gaston Mr. and Mrs. David M. Oates Bob and Vickie Gatzke Thomas ll( Barbara Oelehrter James ll( Julie Gibson Muriel I. Gilbert Mr. and Mrs. Wagar Glas M rs. Katharine R. Goddard Mr. E. M. Gramlich Kerry Graves Mr. and Mrs. Mark Griffin Kenneth Grinstead Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Hadler Karen Hadsall Dr. ~ Mrs. Owen G. Haid . Hubert J. Haley Mr. and Mrs. Harrys L. Hallock Claribel Baird Halstead Harold H. Harger Shirley Harkless Susan Hartman Mrs. Joseph Hartsook Jane Hassinger and Marvin Parnes George and Lillian Hay Mr. L. W. Helmreich, Jr. James llC Virginia Hendley Mr. and Mrs. J. Downs Herold Frederick & Sara Thomas Herrman Barbara Heston Mrs. Leonard E. Himler Lynn . Hobbs Ms. Ruth Hobbs Kathleen Hoff Robert Hoisington Elwood Holman Eugene Holtman Brian and Barbara Hoppe Margaret llC William Hosford, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Howe Sandy llC Charles Hudson Mr. and Mrs. George Heubner, Jr. Sandra Hultquist Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hunter Charles and Irene Hurbls Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Huss Mr. and Mrs. David Husted John Ivanoff Dale C. and James K. Jerome Harry Jinkerson Mr. and Mrs. Eldon M. Jones Dr. and Mrs. Lee Jones Mr. and Mrs. William Joyce Thomas Judson Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Juvlnall James Kane William R. Kelley Lloyd L. and Barbara Kempe Mr. and Mrs. Milton G. Kendrick Roberta Keniston Mary Craig Kenney Frances Kliiean Betsy King Judith Kirscht Dr. and Mrs. Marvin Kirsh Mr. and Mrs. Adam Kozma Dr. and Mrs. Charles Krause Hilda Kurtz Wayne and Dorothy Lamerson Burton and Sally Lamkin Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Lampert Mr. M. Lang Elizabeth LaPorte Mr. and Mrs. Guy C. Larcom , Jr. Janet Laughna Elizabeth Leslie Michael llC Patricia Levine William and Jane Lurklns Reno and Becky Maccardini Mr. and Mrs. Don Makleiskl Shirley Mallette Ms. Dorothy Mangus Helen Mann Mrs. Pearl Manning Margaret T. Martinez Mr. and Mrs. Bruce J. Maslin Mr. and Mrs. David Matthews Mrs. David Maxfield Harold J. and Verna S. McKeever Mrs. M. Mazrui Mr. and Mrs. Ernest McCarus Paul and Ruth McCraken Joseph McCune and Georgiana Sanders Dr. and Mrs. John R. Mclean Hugh and Charli McLelland Catherine Meade Joe l!t. Runelda Medrano Jerry llC Rhonda Melslik Mr. B. J. Mendelsohn Charles and Helen Metzner Robert and Norma Meyers Dr. and Mrs. David Middleton The Rev. and Mrs. G. Alexander Miller Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller Miss Katherine Miller Dr. and Mrs. Newell Miller Elva Minuse Dr. and Mrs. David Moehring Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Moore Richard Morin James and Catherine Morse Dill and Marie Murrell Mr. and Mrs. Charles Musil Elizabeth Mustard Cecil and Ethel Nesbitt Mr. and Mrs. Marvin L. Niehuss Harry J. and Shirley Nielsen Thomas and Judith Niswonger Jeff Ogden Christine S. Oldenburg Dr. and Mrs. William Oliver Lillian Ostrand Mildred Ostrowsky Nedra J. Otis Prof. and Mrs. Charles Overberger Charles and Grace Oxley Bonnie and Francis Pauli Prof. and Mrs. Joseph N. Payne Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pierce Mr. and Mrs. Robert Plummer Mr. J. J. Powers Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Prescott, Jr. Esther Rainville W. J. and Mary Rave Marjorie and Maxwell Reade Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Reading Frederick Remley Helen M. Rice Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Richard Mr. and Mrs. William Richardson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rickard William B. Ribbens Kathryn Robeson Mr. and Mrs. Richard Robinson Fred and Elizabeth Rogers Richard and Pam Roselle Kenneth Rowe Mabel Rugen Eleanor and Kenneth Schatzle Mrs. Sam Schultz Lawrence Segel Mrs. H. M. Senior Luella Sewell George and Mary Sexton Mrs. R. C. Shehan Mr. and Mrs. William Shepherd Mrs. K.eeve M. Siegel Eugene and Alida Silverman Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Slnkule Stephen Skelley Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Soop Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Sorini Mr. H. H. Spellman Dr. and Mrs. Ed Stasheff David and Ruth Stelnicke John D. Stevens Anne S. Ston e Agnes Sullivan Jack B. Sullivan Ardella Swanberg Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tefft E. W. and Mary Thomson , Jr. Mrs. Mischa Titiev Jim Toler Susan Topol Mr. and Mrs. Amherst H. Turner, Jr. Henry G. Veiker Marc and Marina Von Wyss Mark and Sally Vukasovich Anne Walker James and D. L. Wessel Walker Patricia Walsh Eric Warden Mrs. Raymond Warzynski Zelma Weisfeld Scott and Marcine Westerman Betty and Howard Wikel Frances Williams Dorothy Wilson Lois Wilson Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Winkler Paul and Kathryn Winston Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wise Carolyn Wiseman Dave and Jean Wolter Liese! Wolter Acle and Patricia Woolridge Israel and Fay Woronoff Bob and Betty Wurtz Phyllis Ann Young 1'-U Your Community Playhouse for 57 Years Ann Arbor Civic Theatre is your community theatre. AACT is a volunteer organization that produces, through talent and sheer grit, performances that are rated among the cream of the local theatrical crop year after year. You, the audience, are loyal in your support. Many of you are also donors to AACT. Some of you, however, have not taken the opportunity to become Donor Members of the Civic Theatre family. Donor members are as crucial as the actor members; therefore, they are provided AACT membership rights and services. 1b help keep your community theatre footlights turned on, please complete the form below, and return it to the AACT office. With your continued loyalty and support, the Civic Theatre will keep ~mentplea•ud_ Eunice L. Burns Development Committee Co-Chair re; Chuc k Tyson Development Committee Co-Chair ANN ARBOR CIVIC THEATRE DONOR MEMBERSHIP ALL COI"'TRIBUTIOI"'S TO AACT ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE I want to become a Donor Member of AACT, as follows: 0 Friend ................ . .. . .. ..... . .. . .... . ... . $ 25.00 0 Patron ........ . .............. . . ....... . . . .... $ 50.00 0 Sponsor . ...... .. .. . . .. .. ................ ..... $ 100.00 0 Star . .. . . . ....... . .. .... . .................... $ .300.00 0 Benefactor .. . .. . .. . ... . ....... ................ $ 500.00 0 Guarantor ... .. .. . . . .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 METHOD OF PAYMENT 0 Check enclosed, payable to Ann Arbor Civic Theatre 0 Please charge to my MasterCard / VISA. Ca rd No. Expiration Date Si gnature 0 I wish to make a pledge in the amount of $ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ , to be paid over years. Please bill me. Please list my I our name(s) in the Program as follows: Name(s) Address Phone ~~ ~~ Return to: AACT, .3.38 S. Main St., Ann Arbor, MI 48 104 Grea Taste VICKI HONEYMAN 341 S. Main 769-5960 WASH & WEAR HAIRCUTS 2 0 7 E. A N N 663-HAI 333 E. William 662-8200 Cfre~ea :J.fowe,. Sfrop 203 E. Liberty Street Ann Arbor, Michigan 48108 Phone: 313/662-5616 ~eyfried Jewelers Design · Coosultation Z807Cranbrook. Ann Azbor. Mi. 48104 Phone ·313·911·0227 304 S. MAIN , ANN ARBOR, Ml 48104 (313) 668-6474 G~EATlA

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