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Ann Arbor Civic Theatre Program: Six Degrees of Separation, October 02, 1996

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Ann Arbor Civic Theatre
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2
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October
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1996
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ANN ARBOR CIVIC THEATRE THE 1996-1997 SEASON /Ati Ann Arbor Civic Theatre 2275 Platt Road Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104 (313) 971·0605 Dear AACT Patrons, Thank you for attending this production and for supporting the work of the Ann Arbor Civic Theatre. When we complete our 1996-97 season, we will have presented 86 performances and seated nearly 24,000 theatre lovers. In addition, we will have hosted over a dozen productions by local presenters at the Playhouse on Platt and provided rehearsal and workshop space for other performing arts groups. We're proud to be so involved in the arts community! When I moved to Ann Arbor nine years ago as a Theatre graduate student, the area's cultural vitality impressed me most. That vitality has continued even in a time of national artistic uncertainty and difficulty. The Ann Arbor Civic Theatre, Performance Network, University Musical Society, Ann Arbor Symphony, Michigan Theater, The Ark and others are testament to the strength of the arts in Southeastern Michigan. As the new Managing Director, I am pleased to play a role in shaping the Civic Theatre's future and look forward to the coming years. But AACT and Ann Arbor could not offer the quality and caliber of events it does if it were not for you: our audiences, contributors, sponsors, advertisers and friends. It is your involvement and enthusiasm that keeps the arts alive. We are grateful to you. Enjoy today's performance and join us in continuing the success of the Ann Arbor Civic Theatre. In the coming year, we will be building on our strengths and improving where we need to. As we grow, your contributions will be invaluable. Whether you may be working a few hours a week in our box office, constructing sets for our next show, making a financial gift, or bringing new friends to our next production, participation from so many of our members and supporters is what makes AACT unique. Thanks again for joining us. If you have any comments or want to get involved, let me hear from you. Look for me in the lobby, or give me a call at (313) 971-0605. Since~ ~krua Managing Director Board of Directors Kathryn Clark ....... .. ........ ....... .......... ............................. .... PRESIDENT Ronald P. Baumanis ................................................... VICE PRESIDENT Joseph Radding ..... .............. ............... .... .......................... SECRETARY Paulette Miller ........ ..... ....... ........................ ...... ....... ... ...... TREASURER Dana Buck Joy Dennis Tom Fayfer Deb Korastinsky Eleanor Loikits Jim Lynn John Mouat Ronna Talcott MANAGING DIRECTOR •.•••••• Jay Pekala Bob Seeman (HAIR .•••••••• Jeff Zupan MAILING SUPERVISOR •••• ARCHIVES .•••••.••••••••••.•..•• MAKEUP/WIGS SUPERVISOR ••••••.•.••..•••• Box OFFICE ••....•....••.••.•..••.•..•.•••.•..••.•• PHOTOGRAPHER •••.•••••.•.. AUDIO VISUAL Howard Fox Rosemarie Rothe Fred Beutler Louisa Pieper & Marjorie Cripps PRODUCTION COMMITTEE ••••••••••••••••.••• COSTUME SHOP SUPERVISOR ••••••••.••••. Charles Griffin, Cassie Mann, Rosemarie Rothe SEASON PROGRAM .•..••.. Erik I. Olsen PROPS CHAIR ................•. Darla Miller SCENE SHOP CHAIR ......•..• Jim Barnes Deborah Korastinsky COSTUME/PROPERTIES RENTAL AGENT • LIBRARY ••..••..•.•••.•.••••••••.•• Barb Wells Joy Dennis LIGHTING DEPARTMENT (HAIR .••••••.••••• Thorn Johnson A~~JBfVAii RENTAL Music in the key of A2 ~ • • • • • e SAL.£S SERVICE Home Business Contractors Party and Banquet Lawn and Garden Open 7 days This year, hear a top -notch symphony made up of home-grown talent, led by Music D irector Sam Wong (3 13) 994-4801 e Major Credit Cards Accepted a Authorized John Deere Dealer 971-8330 4051 Carpenter Road (1 block south of Meijer's) Supporting the Community from the Heart of Ann Arbor ~~ DOBSON-MCOMBER AGENCY, INC. Insurance and Risk Management 741-0044 Thank you to our advertisers for making this season's program possible. We applaud your support of the arts. Insuring You • Your Home Your Business • Your Car ~ 1\.usell's Women's Apparel brings you high-quality, moderate prices and friendly, personal service. Your favorite fashion labels in Petites and Misses sizes. A wmr,en's fashion store with the real woman in mind. VISA and MasterCard Accepted 1916 W. Stadium Blvd. • 665-7474 M-F 9:30-6; Sat. 9:30-5:30 p.m. • 20% Birthday Discount • 10% Senior Discount (65+) WH0LEFOODS M A R I{ E T The Nation•s Largest Purveyor of Organic Produce and Natural Foods 2398 E. Stadium Blvd., Ann Arbor (313) 971-3366 Open 9 am-10 pm daily Ample parking in the Lamp Post Plaza p roaucing ana directing beautifu{garaens in 5\nn 5\rbor for over 37 years ... 2351 E. Delhi Rd, Ann Arbor. 2 miles west of Maple off Miller rd. Thank you ... to the many box office and usher volunteers who help make every performance possible. SixDegr~ tton ~ L TICKETS $16/$15 STUDENTS & SENIORS • (313) 9751-AAc:r AFTER SEPTEMBER 30 CALL (313) 763-108 I /"SIX DEGREES is the best American p§_of f l:fd8ffj Lthe last several setuons••. " C~st of Characters (in order ofappearance) .:·:· :·. :·: ·:·:·:. : . .. :..:·:. ... :. . ""!#~": :<::::~~~= Ouisa ...... . Flan ...... . Geoffrey ....... ...................................................... .. .............. ............. TRoY D. SILL Doorman/Detective/Policeman.... .... ............................................... AL (SLASH) GoLDEN Paul ..... .. ........................................ ...... ... ~r. ........... VICTOR PEREZ Hustler... . ........ ............................... .. ... .......................................... KEVIN BREWER Kitty .... . ...... KAREN LIPHARDT Larkin ....... ............. ...... .. ............ ............................. ................... .............RONALD APSEY Tess. ..... ....................................... ............ .... ................ .............. LINDSAY WELBER Woody .............................................................................................. STEPHEN HESKETT Ben................... .. .. ...................... ....... ... ....................... .... .. . ........ . DARIN LliTWIN Dr. Fine .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ..................... .. ..... .. .. STEPHEN COOPER Doug . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... ERIK OLSEN Trent .. .. . .. .. .. .. .... . .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .................. ................. ...... ROB DEVEREAUX Rick. ...... . .................. ...... .......... .. ...... ................................. STEPHEN HESKETT Elizabeth ...... LIBBY WALEN On-stage Prop "Fairies" ................ . ... SUZI PETERSON & MARY LOUISE O'CONNELL Production Crew Director ..... CASSIE MANN Assistant Director ..................... . .. ....... .................. ............ MARTHA MONTOYE ........ ...... .. .. JOY DENNIS Set Design Lighting Design . . . .. ........, .................... SCOTT MANCHA & CHUCK GRIFFIN Producer ..................... ...... . .. ...................... BOB SEEMAN Costumes ....................................................... ... KAY HUNTZICKER Props .............. . ... . HEATHER CHOCKLEY & DEBRA GoLDEN .. ............ ..... ... ..... ERIK OLSEN Poster Design/Graphics ........................... ... . Publicity Photos ..................................... .. .. .............. ...... .... DAVID BURKAM Sound.. . .. .............. . .. ....... TOM STEPPE & SCOTT MANCHA Set Construction ........ JOY DENNIS, DEBRA GOLDEN, KEVIN BREWER, DEB KORASTrNSKY, ROB DEVEREAUX, KAREN LJPJIARDT, BILL CROSS, RON APSEY, JOAN KORASTINKSY, LINDSAYWELBER, MARTHAMONTOYE, CASSIE MANN, JIM BARNES, PAT DENNIS, AL GoLDEN, STEPHEN COOPER, DARIN LliTWIN, KYLE MARIE, ERIK OLSEN, VICTOR PEREZ Lightboard Operator .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .... .. .. .......... CHUCK GRIFFIN Soundboard Operator .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ......... ... KAREN MAYES Stage Manager.... ... ........................... .. ........ . MARTI !A MONTOYE Makeup .. .. .. .. . .. .. ...... .. .. .... .. ........ ROSEMARIE ROTHE Special thanks to: Erik Olsen for ad transit, Jay Pekala for lots of this and that, Jean Steppe for kinder-care, Martha for reality checks, Ellen Magee for the loan of Tony, and Tom, Anika and Emma Steppe for familial support. Setting: New York City, the present The play will run approximately 1 1/2 hours. There will be no intermission. 0 ~~cOQ~ u ~ " I fAt~~~,, R?NALD APSEY (Larkin) Ron (Aps) makes hi: with Six Degrees. A graduate of EMU, he was featured m several plays there. His favorite Lost in Space episode? Dr. Smith turns the Jupiter 2 into a resort hotel; Edy Williams guest stars. His favorite Lost in Space actor? Angela Cartwright, whom he accompanied to the senior prom. KEVIN BREWER (Hustler) This is Kevin's first show with AACT and he hopes to be in a few more. Over the summer he was involved in the Jackson Shakespeare Festival where he had various roles in Romeo and Juliet, The Comedy ofErrors, and The Compleat Wrks ofWllm Skspr, Abr. Kevin's next role for the AACT will be L.A. agent Gary Peter Lefkowitz in I Hate Hamlet. Kevin wishes to thank his brother-in-law, David Caruso, for paving the way. STEPHEN COOPER (Dr. Fine) Between acting jobs, Steve moonlights as a Professor of Microbiology and Immunology at the University of Michigan Medical School. At AACT he has been seen in the musical Working (Joe) and in The Dresser (Elder Knight). He has also appeared in a movie, The Carrier (ax-wielding maniac). Steve is the husband of one, the father of two, the father-in-law oftwo, and the grandfather ofthree. A direct descendant of James Fenimore, Stephen is obviously not the last of the Coopers. BILL CROSS (Flan) Bill has performed with several theater groups in the area and has had a long association with AACT. He has done numerous shows for the University of Michigan and EMU, and has been awarded AACT's Best Actor award three times. Bill's uncanny resemblance to his third cousin, Bill Clinton, comes in handy when waiting in line for movies. JOY BAKER DENNIS (Set Designer) Joy is pleased to be the set designer for Six Degrees, her second such effort for AACT. Last spring she designed the set for The Secret Garden and directed that musical as well. Joy also serves on the AACT Board and is currently on the 1997-98 Season Play Selection Committee, a position she's held for the last two seasons. Child from the brief union of Sandy Dennis and Joe Don Baker, Joy's theatrical roots go deep. ROB DEVEREAUX (Trent) Rob is a long time Ann Arborite and nephew of Bill Gates. He is a student at EMU, pursuing acting and film. He studied at WCC with local artist/teacher Tracy Komarmy and earlier this year was in Jeff Steiger's Suburbia Dreams. This is Rob's first production with AACT. He plans to continue acting in other performances in the years to come. AL (SLASH) GOLDEN (Doorman/Detective/Policeman) AI is making his second appearance in an AACT production having performed theatrically induced medical malpractice in Cuckoo's Nest. He has also appeared in several Ypsilanti Players productions including the butler (who actually DID do it!) in Who Bumped Of!Barnaby and a philanderer in Plaza Suite. Records are inconclusive, but it appears he may also be either Woody Allen's long lost third cousin twice removed (once for cause) on Mia's side or the illegitimate offspring of a private "caucus" between John Lindsay and Marilyn Monroe's manicurist. CHUCK GRIFFIN (Co-Lighting Designer) Chuck, the long (and still) lost son ofMerv, was last seen set designing, building, and teching for My Favorite Year. He is excited to be expanding his technical horizons as co-lighting designer for Six Degrees. STEPHEN HESKETT (Woody, Rick) Stephen, son of the great Sean Connery, is thrilled to be making his first appearance with AACT. He has also appeared in shows at EMU such as The Glass Menagerie and The Devil's Disciple. KAY HUNTZICKER (Costumer) Kay is no stranger to fashion from her first marriage to Ralph Lauren. Six Degrees is Kay' s first show with AACT. She is a native Ann Arborite who finds costuming a never-ending adventure. She has done a number of shows for The Burns Park Players including Barefoot in the Park, Hello Dolly, and Fiddler on the Roof KAREN LIPHARDT (Kitty) Karen, the granddaughter of Kitty Carlisle (who appeared in the movie of Six Degrees), makes her first AACT appearance with this show and says she is happy to be here working with such interesting and organized people. Her past credits include Lyuba in The Cherry Orchard, Joanne in Standing on My Knees, and Irma in My Friend Irma. DARIN LUTWIN (Ben) This is Darin's second AACT appearance. His first was in My Favorite Year. Other credits include The Music Man, Strictly Vaudeville, and Plaza Suite. Darin wishes to thank all of his friends, family, and especially his mom and dad for all their love and support. He dedicates this performance to his uncle, the late Dick Sargent. SCOTT MANCHA (Co-Lighting Designer) Son ofManofla and singer Debbie (You Light Up My Life) Boone, Scott has designed lights for many productions around Ann Arbor. He is also an actor, most recently seen in Noises Offfor which he won AACT's Best Supporting Actor award. CASSIE MANN '(Director) Cassie, twin sister of Michelle Pfeiffer, chose to focus her theatrical efforts at the local level. Last seen as eight different women in Jeffrey, Cassie divides her time equally between directing and acting when she's not caring for her daughters or assisting the editor of a medical journal. KYLE MARIE (Ouisa) Kyle is a twenty year veteran of the stage and this is her third play with AACT. Her last appearance at Civic was as Mrs. Clackett in Noises Off, for which she won AACT's Best Actress award. As well as being a mother of three, she is a full time student at Specs Howard School of Broadcast Arts. Although a mere toddler at the time, Kyle was the inspiration for the hit TV series, That Girl. MARTHA MONTOYE (Assistant Director) Martha has been a member of AACT for over eight years and has assistantdirected numerous productions including both "Best Plays" for the 1995-96 season, Jeffrey and Noises Off She would like to thank her sister, Cassie, for getting her involved in the first place, and her other sister, Michelle, for a place to crash whenever she's in Malibu. ERIK OLSEN (Doug, Graphic Designer) Erik last appeared on the AACT stage three years ago in On the 20th Century. He is a recent Communications Studies graduate of the University of Michigan, and boy are his arms tired. He designs both freelance and for the UM Information Technology Division. Erik is the son of Mrs. Olsen of Folger's coffee fame . VICTOR PEREZ (Paul) Six Degrees is Victor's second theatrical performance at AACT. His previous productions include Flyin' West, Famous Orpheus, Romeo and Juliet, Beast on the Moon (understudy), and Architect in the Dust. Victor would like to thank the cast and his family, especially sister Rosie (Do the Right Thing) Perez, for being very supportive. BOB SEEMAN (Producer) In Bob's long association with AACT he has been everything from president to janitor. Bob got his start in entertainment as Gregory Peck's dresser in MobyDick. TROY D. SILL (Geoffrey) Troy has appeared in numerous shows at AACT, most recently buckling swashes as Alan Swann in My Favorite Year. He has also performed at The Performance Network, The Purple Rose Theatre, and was Ru Paul's stand-in for both Brady Bunch movies. LIBBY WALEN (Elizabeth) Libby studies theatre at the University of Michigan and aspires to a career in acting. Six Degrees is her first involvement with AACT. Libby wishes to thank her Aunt Liv for all her encouragement. LINDSAY WELBER (Tess) Lindsay, goddaughter of the Bionic Woman, is a senior at Greenhills High School and is 17. This is her fourth AACT show, following West Side Story, Oklahoma and Blood Wedding. She is also currently in a show at school called White Liars, and will be directing The Bald Soprano in the spring. Please remember to specify AACT when making your United Way donations. Ann Arbor Civic Theatre presents I Hate Hamlet By Paul Rudnick Directed by Melissa Ryan AACT CenterStage productions announces auditions for our next musical November 13- 30, 1996 Wed.- Sat. 8 PM, Sat. matinee 2 PM at the Playhouse at 2275 Platt Road From the writer of Jeffrey and the Addams Family movies comes this satiric comedy about a mediocre actor who gets cast as Hamlet._The ghost of John Barrymore enters the scene to instruct the unlikely Dane, as Rudnick pokes fun at agents, writers, real estate, actors and more. This will be the Ann Arbor premiere of the show which has been playing for over two years in Chicago. For tickets, call the AACT box office 313-971-2228 M-F 1-5 PM (313) 662-6690 (w. Stadium) Fax (313) 971-0526 to run January 8- 11, 1997 Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre Dired.ed by Ronald P. Baumanis Auditions Oct 20,21 Call313-971-0605 to schedule an audition. Martha Montoye Wallcovering & Wrndow Treatment Sales ~ :~~~~:r~~.t~ 4573 Washtenaw Avenue, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48108 2386 W. Stadium Blvd., Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103 THANK YOU To OuR DoNORS! The Board of Directors would like to thank the many individual and business donors whose gifts ensure the financial success of the Ann Arbor Civic Theatre. Each year, ticket revenue covers only a portion of the Civic Theatre's operating costs. Generous contributions from dedicated patrons help maintain the wonderful PlayHouse on Platt arts complex and support an artistic program of high quality theatrical productions. The following gifts were received between September 1, 1995 and August 15, 1996. Gifts received after this date will be acknowledged in next season's program. We regret any errors or omissions and would appreciate corrections. Call (313) 971-0605. Mary J. Adamski Forrest Alter Dr. & Mrs. Robert Anderson Mr. & Mrs. William Austin, Jr. Ayres, Lewis, Norris & May, Inc. Robin & Elizabeth D. Barlow Ruth M. Barnard James & Marjorie Barnes Peter & Abby Bauland Dr. Ronald P. Baumanis Mr. & Mrs. Harry Benford Frederick ]. Beutler Wilbur C. Bigelow Mr. & Mrs. Lyman Bittman Charles & Linda Borgsdorf Bruce & Mickey Bowman Alan S. Boyce, D.C. Muriel Bradley Frances E. Bull Howard Bunch Christina Burkitt A. Craig Cattell, M.D. Richard S. Cygan John R. & Nathalie Dale John & Wendy DeVee Ms. Virginia H. Donahey S.J. & Odes Elden Marian J. Elliot Sheldon & Ethel Ellis Mackenzie & Marcia Endo Jerome L. Epstein, M.D. Adele Ewell George & Kathryn Foltz Richard W. Fortner Phyllis Foster Arthur French & Margaret Fisher Roger & Margaret Gaugler General Motors Corporation Carl & Sue Gingles Dave Gitterman Glamour Homes, Inc. Jerry Gray Shirley Harkless & George Bock Susan K. Harris Robert & Elizabeth Herbst Wendy & Steven Hiller Deborah Hinderer Robert & Francis Hoffman Dr. & Mrs. Fred Holtz Janet Woods Hoobler Pam Horne Cheryl Huey, M.D. Ralph & Del Hulett Russell & Norma Hurst David & Phyllis Husted Kathryn I. Clark Ike Wilfred & Ida Kaplan David & Mary Keren KeyCorp Richard E. King L.H. Klausner, DDS, MS Leopold & Christine Klausner justin F. Krasnoff Marjorie Lansing E. Lesher Bill & Garland Lewis Rosemary A. Lewis Les & Susan Loomans Mary Louise Lowther William & Judith Lynn Timothy & Sheila Mervak Robert & Lois Mayne Carol H. Magee Mary J. Mallory Jane G. McCormick Donald & Elizabeth McNair Nelson & Catherine Meade Darla Kessler Miller G. Alexander Miller Herbert L. & Ruth Munzel Fred E. Patterson, M.D. julie Pierce William & Betty Pierce Connie Plice William & Lois Porter Edward & Rhoda Powsner Michael W. Pyatenko, DDS Mary C. Ransdell & Keith B. Wong Ethel Rathbun Michael E. Razzoog Daniel & Robin Remick Kathryn A. Renken John & Marilyn Rintamaki Dave & Joan Robinson Elizabeth Rogers & William Randall Alan & Rosemarie Rothe Judy Dow Rumelhart Samuel & Irene Rupert Richard & Norma Sarns Janet A. Scales Robert Seeman Cliff & Ingrid Sheldon Cathy Simpson Eugene & Alida Silverman Karen L. Smith Hinde Socol & John Hall M. Soiderer Lawrence & Doris Sperling Michael Steer John & Gwen Stevens Ulrich & Sue Stoll Dennis Stom & Deanna Kulpa Max & Sondra Supica Ned & Mary Jane Thomson Nancy Urquiola Charlotte VanCurler Richard E. & Laura A. Van House Pieter D. Vreede Peter A. Ward Tracey Wentz & Chuck Blackmer Dr. & Mrs. Israel Woronoff Phyllis B. Wright Latecomers Policy In fairness to those who are in their seats on time and to avoid interruptions of the performance, latecomers are not seated until the first break or interval. Please note that the decision as to when patrons will be seated once the performance has begun is set by the staff of the production. Smoking There is no smoking allowed in the auditorium, foyer, restrooms or outer lobby. Warning Photographing or sound recording of any performance or the possession of any device for such photographing or recording inside the theater, without the permission of the management, is prohibited by law. Violations may be punished by ejection and may render the offender liable for money damages. Box Office Hours The box office at the Civic PlayHouse is open Monday through Friday, 1:00pm to 5:00pm. During events at the Civic PlayHouse, the box office is also open from 7:15pm to 8:15pm. During events at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, the box office in the Michigan League is open Monday and Tuesday from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm, and Wednesday through Saturday from 12:00 pm to 8:15pm. Tickets may be charged on MasterCard, VISA. For ticket information please call 971-2228. Admission Each person admitted to the theater must have a ticket. Cheaper by the Dozen! Ann Arbor Civic Theatre's outstanding variety of shows make an ideal activity for your group or club. For group discount information call 971-2228 (AACT) during business hours. Ann Arbor Civic Theatre is an Equal Opportunity Employer and provides programmed services without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, or handicap. THE 1996-1997 SEASON MY FAVORITE YEAR BOOK BY ]OSEPH DAUGHERTY • MUSIC BY STEPHEN FLANNERY DIRECTED BY RONALD P. BAUMANIS September 5-21 • FootLights Series • Civic PlayHouse SIX DEGREES OF SEPARATION WRITTEN BY ]OHN GUARE • DIRECTED BY CASSIE MANN October 2-5 • CenterStage Series • Lydia Mendelssohn I HATE HAMLET WRITTEN BY PAUL RUDNICK • DIRECTED BY MELISSA RYAN November 13-30 • CenterStage Series • Civic PlayHouse BYE BYE BIRDIE BOOK BY MICHAEL STEWART • MUSIC BY CHARLES STROUSE LYRICS BY LEE ADAMS • DIRECTED BY RONALD P. BAUMANIS January 8-11 • CenterStage Series • Lydia Mendelssohn HAMLET WRITTEN BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE • DIRECTED BY ]OANNA WOODCOCK January 30-February 15 • FootLights Series • Civic PlayHouse MA RAINEY'S BLACK BOTTOM WRITTEN BY AUGUST WILSON • DIRECTED BY DANA BUCK March 5-8 • CenterStage Series • Lydia Mendelssohn THE SISTERS ROSENSWEIG WRITTEN BY WENDY WASSERSTEIN • DIRECTED BY WENDY WRIGHT April3-19 • FootLights Series • Civic PlayHouse CITY OF ANGELS BOOK BY LARR'YGELBART • MUSIC BY CY COLEMAN DIRECTED BY CONRAD MASON AND ANN VANDEMARK May 7-10 • CenterStage Series • Lydia Mendelssohn MEDEA WRITTEN BY EURIPEDES • DIRECTED BY TOD BARKER June 5-21 • FootLights Series • Civic PlayHouse TAMING OF THE SHREW WRITTEN BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE • DIRECTED BY TIM MORLEY July 9-26 • A Joint Production • Civic PlayHouse It wouldn't be Ann Arbor without our own Ann Arbor Civic Theater. #]in Sales #]in People # 1 in Washtenaw County And buying and selling your home wouldn't be the same without the Edward Surovell Co. 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