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Ann Arbor Civic Theatre Program: God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater, January 27, 2011

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Ann Arbor Civic Theatre
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27
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January
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2011
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Ann Arbor Civic Theatre Opening night January 27, 2011 Arthur Miller Theatre KURT VONNEGUT'S GOD BLESS YOU, MR. ROSEWATER Book & Lyrics by Howard Ashman Music by Alan Menken Additional Lyrics by Dennis Green Directed by Rob Roy Music Direction by Musical Staging by Naki Sung Kripfgans John Luther Assistant Director Hairstylist and Make-up Barbara Guarino Co-Producers Stage Manager Cassie Mann Martha Montoye Suzi Peterson Lighting Design Sound Design Set Design Jeremy Merklinger, Encore Studio Rob Roy Tom Bray Colin Fulton Properties Costume Design Cassie Mann Martha Montoye Lisa Powell Graphic Design Adele Roy Tiff Crutchfield Publicity Photographer Tom Steppe House Manager Pam Wenzel Program Suzi Peterson & Rachel Francisco Produced through special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc., New York NY www.samuelfrench.com Dear Mr. Menken, I am writing you to let you know that I found Kurt Vonnegut's God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater. It's about time everybody else did, too. I have been a Vonnegut fan ever since I first encountered his writing in High School. I've read everything he ever wrote. When he passed, we lost one of our greatest national treasures. I don't think I could pick a favorite novel, but Rosewater would be up there: the only thing he ever wrote with a "happy" ending. I teach Drama at a High School in a small town in Michigan just outside of Ann Arbor. I was looking for a musical and asked Samuel French to send me a copy of 7he Secret Life of Walter Mitty; they sent me Rosewater by mistake. I couldn't believe it! It was like Fate handed me your script. I listened to the music and knew I had something special in my hands. How can I begin to describe how beautifully the songs evoke every moment within the story and every character's personal and collective struggle to be wanted, needed, and loved. I proposed it to be our Spring Musical at the High School; I think you can guess how the Administration of a politically conservative School District felt about that... I feel like the luckiest person on the planet, and I feel like Ann Arbor's theatergoers are about to see something truly amazing. I don't know why this show never made it to Broadway. I assume it was a victim of the recession of the late '70s, but the message ofVonnegut's book that was relevant in 1963, that was relevant when you and Mr. Ashman adapted it for the stage in 1979, is still relevant here in 2010. We're performing in the new Arthur Miller Theatre at the University ofMichigan: an intimate performance space for this intimate chamber musical. I'm approaching it like Our Town with minimal set (costumes, props, and lights doing all the heavy lifting) and Kilgore Trout as the Stage Manager. We have a terrific cast that's in love with the show and excited to bring it to the stage; our audiences won't know what hit them! Sincerely, Robert E. Roy Musical Numbers ACT ONE THE ROSEWATER FOUNDATION ........................Applicants, Foundation Staff, Eliot DEAR OPHELIA*................................................................ Eliot THANK GOD FOR THE VOLUNTEER FIRE BRIGADE*.... Texas Volunteer Fire Department, Eliot MUSHARI'S WALTZ ...................................................... Norman THIR1Y MILES FROM THE BANKS OF THE OHIO/ LOOK WHO'S HERE .................................................. Eliot, Citizens ofRosewater County CHEESE NIPS ................... Sylvia, Citizen's ofRosewater County THE ROSEWATER FOUNDATION (Reprise). .............. Charley Warmergran, Mary Moody, Eliot SINCE YOU CAME TO THIS TOWN* ..... Diana, Mary, Delbert Dawn. jerome, and Citizen's ofRosewater County There will be one 15 minute intermission. ACT TWO A POEM BY WILLIAM BLAKE......... 1he Voice Not Unlike God's RHODE ISLAND TANGO* .................... Fred, Caroline, Norman ELIOT. .. SYLVIA...................................................... Sylvia, Eliot PLAIN, CLEAN, AVERAGE AMERICANS.................. Norman, Fred, Caroline, Jane jasper, and Americans A FIRESTORM CONSUMING INDIANAPOLIS.............. Eliot DEAR OPHELIA (Reprise) ................................................. Sylvia L ELIOT ROSEWATER.............................................. Eliot and Citizens ofRosewater *additional lyrics by Dennis Green CAST (in order of appearance) THURMOND McALLISTER, a lawyer .................................. Sanders Hamson NORMAN MUSHARI, another one .....................................Matthew Antonini ELIOT ROSEWATER, a millionaire ........................................... Brodie Brockie SYLVIA ROSEWATER, his wife ................................................... Heather Wing PSYCHIATRIST, FIREMAN, WRITER, ALIEN, and others ............................................................................ Douglas Harris SENATOR LISTER AMES ROSEWATER, Eliot's father .................................................................... Edmond Reynolds JEROME, KID, FIREMAN, SGT. BOYLE, et al .......................... Ellington Berg MARY MOODY, BLANCHE, JANE JASPER, NUN, etc. .................................................................................... Adele Roy DELBERT PEACH, FIREMAN, and more .......................................Andy Haag DIANA MOON GLAMPERS, FOUNDATION EMPLOYEE, and AMERICAN...................................................................... Kim Angotti NOYES FINNERTY, FIREMAN, FRED ROSEWATER, and so forth .................................................................................... Bob Skon DAWN LEONARD, HOSTESS, CAROLINE ROSEWATER, and so on ..................................................................... Kathleen Beardmore CHARLEY WARMERGRAN, ARTHUR GARVEY ULM, FIREMAN, and then some ....................................................Matt Steward THE VOICE AND PERSON OF KILGORE TROUT ................ 1hom Johnson The play takes place in America, circa 1963. In memory of Thomas Gillon Reynolds 1956-2011 The Cast KIM ANGOTTI (Diana Moon Glampers, other various characters) is thrilled to be involved in her first A2Cf production. Past roles for Kim include The Witch in Into the Woods, Alice Bean in Titanic the Musical, Maria in West Side Story, as well as various other roles in different theatre organizations. She toured as lead dancer in Broadway Branson's Production of Annie Get Your Gun, and understudied Miss America 1998, Kate Shindle, as The Narrator in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Kim is a home-based travel agent, and has 2 hysterically funny kids, jessica and Nicholas. Kim would like to thank her husband Drew for all of his love and support. (He is hysterical too ...) MATTHEW ANTONINI (Mushari) is appearing in his first production with A2Cf and has had a great time. He is thankful to A2CT for the opportunity. He has performed in educational and community theatre elsewhere including Pirates of Penzance, Noises Off, Book of Days, Guys and Dolls, Kiss Me Kate, and Spinning Into Butter. Matthew also enjoys reading, cooking, cracking bad jokes, and playing with his cats. KATHLEEN BEARDMORE (Dawn Leonard, Caroline Rosewater, et al) is glad Rob Roy proposed this quirky, dark, fun and touching play for A2CT and found her fit to play a"useless and unattractive" Rosewater County resident. Kathleen's recent shows with A2Cf include Nine (Stephanie Necrophorus), Not Waving; Lend Me a Tenor (Maria), Cactus Flower (Stephanie), and Full Monty (Vicki). To Bob she says:"I'm so happy we in no way resemble Caroline & Fred!" ELLINGTON BERG (Jerome, Kid, Fireman, Sgt. Boyle et al) is so happy to be apart of the Rosewater cast Other stage appearances include A2CT's Bye Bye Birdie, The Producers, and How To Succeed. Ellington is also a junior at Ypsilanti High School, a member of the Chamber Singers and Concert Choir. You might catch him soon in YHS's upcoming production of Hairspray. Enjoy the show! BRODIE H. BROCKIE (Eliot Rosewater) is excited to be returning to A2Cf, having previously appeared as Caliban in The Tempest, Diamond Louie in The Front Page, and Tyler Rayburn in Light up the Sky. Other local credits include Amos Hart in Chicago with the Saline Area Players, Gaston in Beauty & The Beast, and Alfred P. Doolittle in My Fair Lady - both with Chelsea Area Players. Brodie would like to thank Bob and Kathleen for suggesting that he audition; and his wife Christa, who is celebrating a birthday on opening night, for all her support. SANDERS HAMSON (McAllister) has appeared in three A2CT productions: Home Again Jiggity Jig; The Sleepwalker, and A Night in the Theater. Formerly a mid-level corporate menial, he now, pursues acting and voice over work. He wishes to thank Marie! for her support DOUGLAS HARRIS (Psychiatrist and others) has ;njoyed working with so many talented, dedicated and delightful people on this show. Thanks to Rob, Naki and john for making this so much fun. Favorite previous roles include Hysterium in Forum, Herbie in Gypsy, Doc in West Side Story and artistic director of Oklahoma! Doug would like to thank his lovely wife Deb and children Katherine and Sam for their continued support and forbearance. ANDREW HOAG (Delbert Peach, et a!) though usually a stage manager these days, decided to stick his foot back into the performing pool when he saw his favorite novel by a favorite author on this season's schedule. He has been active at A2Cf for over 17 years now, since '93's Biloxi Blues. He was last on stage in june, staring blankly ahead as the lobotomized Ruckly in Redbud's One Flew Over the Cukoo's Nest. Andrew would like to thank Rob, Naki, john, and a fabulous cast & crew. Above all, grateful love to Allie THOM jOHNSON (TJ)(Kilgore Trout) has been involved with A2Cf for over 25 years. He has been an actor, director, stage manager, lighting designer, board member and president. He directed last season's Picasso at the Lapin Agile but last appeared as an actor on the Civic main stage as George Hay in Moon Over Buffalo, and as Rick in the Studio Series Bigfoot Stole My Wife. He is happy (and surprised) to be acting in a musical since his last appearance was the Nazi butler in The Sound of Music in 1999. Outside the theatre TJ works at The U of M, plays softball and bar trivia and is currently working with his Wii trainer Lars. Special thanks to )AC, Z&P and the boy formerly known as "The Tani<. EDMOND REYNOLDS (Senator Lister Ames Rosewater) is delighted to be performing again with A2CT. He directed Nine, Kiss Me Kate, Sweet Charity and The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas for A2Cf. Past acting credits with A2CT include ... Forum (Miles Gloriosus), How to Succeed. .. (Wally Warnper), Our Town (Doc Gibbs), The Nerd (Ticky) and Guys & Dolls (Big jule). Ed has also appeared at The Croswell Opera House, in Adrian, Michigan, in The Full Monty (Harold Nichols) and She Loves Me (Mr. Maraczek). His two favorite roles have been with the Dexter Community Players though: Caldwell B Cladwell in Urinetown and judge Turpin in Sweeney Todd. Enjoy the show! ADELE ROY (Mary Moody,et al; Graphic Design) is honored to have worked with such a enjoyable group of people on this amazing project. This is her first A2CT on-stage performance and she truly appreciated the acceptance and camaraderie offered by all of the experienced veterans around her. Many thanks to Rob (heart!), to Griffin and Lucie for encouraging her to "Go for it, Mom!'; and to julia, who always steps in to help in numerous ways when we have our hands full. BOB SKON (Fred, et al, sound) has been a member of A2CT for 9 seasons working mainly off stage designing sound and serving on committees, but an occasional bout with the acting bug lures him on stage once in a while. Bob is a singer I guitarist and can be seen with The Bob Skon Trio (www.bobskon.com). He thanks this most talented cast and crew, and is most excited to be sharing the stage with the love of his life, Kathleen. Were nothing like Caroline and Fred ... really! MATTHEW STEWARD (Charley Warmergran, Arthur Garvey Ulm, Fireman Ray and then some) is very pleased to be appearing in his second musical production for A2CT. His past credits include Gangster 2 in Kiss Me Kate, Sanchez in Cactus Flower, the Dr. in Bigfoot Stole My Wife, pit orchestra for Chicago and Fiddler on the Roof, drums and crooning for various Steppin' Out benefits and the producer hat for The Tempest and Bat Bay, the Musical. He'd like to thank the enlightened and urbane cast and crew, the philanthropic staff for the opportunity and his family for putting up with him. I love you SOBs, I really do ... HEATHER WING (Sylvia Rosewater) is humbled to have the opportunity to play such a wonderfully quirky character in an equally wonderfully quirky musical, and to share the stage with a terrifically talented cast, to boot She loves musical theater, A2CT, and attention, so this seemed like a perfect marriage. Past A2CT credits include Nine. Lend Me a Tenor, The Music Man, and Cactus Flower. Special thanks go to Rob for his great direction and encouragement, john and Naki for their leadership, Ben for his wonderful love and support, and Eleanor for helping Mommy practice her "crazY:' A round of Cheese Nips for everyone, on the house! The Production Staff TIFF CRUTCHFIELD (Lighting Designer) has lit more than 15 A2CT productions overall but this is only his second outing at the Arthur Miller Theatre where he previously codesigned A Few Good Men in 2008. More recent lighting credits include last year's production of Nine at Lydia Mendelssohn as well as many recent shows at the Croswell Opera House in Adrian. In addition to lighting, he occasionally serves as producer-most recentlv for A2CT's How To Succeed ... last June. was an A2CT board member and officer for many years and from time to time has even been seen in small roles onstage. NAKI SUNG KRIPFGANS (Music Director) is a concert pianist/organist, teacher, and a jazz musician. She is the organist at the First United Methodist Church of Ann Arbor. Though her education and professional output are mainly in classical music, she enjoys playing jazz and working with musical theatre singers. Her upcoming performance engagements are an Organ Symposium at Hill Auditorium in February, 2011, and Poulenc's Organ Concerto with Michigan Sifonietta in March, 2011 , and an organ solo concert in an organ festival, Orgues sans frontieres in Germany in summer 2011. JOHN LUTHER (Musical Staging) has directed and!or choreographed productions of A Chorus Line, A Little Night Music, Cabaret, Chicago, Evita, Jesus Christ Superstar, Miss Saigon, The Rocky Horror Show, Urinetown: the Musical and Zombies from the Beyond. His next venture is directing/choreographing Sweet Charity for Wmdsor Light Music Theatre http://windsorlight.com/ CASSIE MANN (Co-producer, props) is happy to be coproducing Rosewater, now one of her favorite musicals ever. Most often Cassie is either acting-with A2CT and Redbud Productions-or directing (most recently A2CT's Lend Me a Tenor and Not Waving... ). By day she is the program director for A2CT. Cassie would like to thank Rob Roy for proposing this great show, the Play Selection Committee for choosing it, and her co-producer Martha Montoye for everything else. Common language· Common Language Feminist/LGBT Bookstore also Theatre, Movies and the Arts lautl BAR 315 Braun Court Ann Arbor 734-994-3677 www.autbar.com autbar@gmail.com Common Language Bookstore 317 Braun Court Ann Arbor 734-663-3677 www.glbtbooks.com glbtbooks@gmail.com JEREMY MERKLINGER (Hairstylist- Encore Studio) has been working in salons around Ann Arbor for over 10 years. In April he will have been at Encore Studio in the Kerrytown Shops for 6 years. He has worked with A2CI on many shows over the years including: Into the Woods, Follies, Stage Door, Kiss Me Kate, Nine, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and Bye Bye Birdie. Each time he has done hair for A2CI working with the cast in the hair and make-up room has been a complete blast and this time was no exception! He thinks that A2CI rocks! ROB ROY (Director) is the Director of Drama at Pinckney Community HighSchool. He holds advanced performance degrees from Wayne State and Southern Methodist Universities. He has most recently appeared with A2CT as Mr. Biggely in How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and as a gangster in Kiss Me Kate. He is a comic book fan that is obsessed with wmbies. Rob would like to thank A2CT for the opportunity to direct this wonderful play, his kids for being patient, and his wife for having a sense of humor. MARTHA MONTOYE (co-producer, props) Martha has been an active member of the A2CI for almost 23 years. She has done pretty much everything except appear on stage in an acting capacity. She would like to thank Cassie for tricking her into becoming so involved with such a great organization. Martha also owns and runs Auntie M's Pet Sitting and Pet Daycare here in Ann Arbor. SUZI PETERSON (Stage Manager) is delighted to be backstage again... as opposed to in the lobby! She last was not seen (backstage) on A2CI's production of My Trip to Bountiful. In her spare time, Suzi is Managing Director of A2CI, one of the finest member-driven (yes, become a member!) community theatres ever. Thanks, Rob, for proposing such a wonderful show, thanks Alan Menken for giving us your blessing, and thanks all for coming to see the show. LISA POWELL (Costumes) loves creating costumes and is excited to be working with A2CI for the first tiroe. While not working in the theatre Usa teaches about dress at EMU and operates the River Raisin Gallery in Tecumseh, MI. 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We provide opportunities for all members of the community to participate in and attend quality theater productions. We value the development of creative talent, artistic and educational growth, and a stronger culture of arts awareness in the community. We could not provide any of these wonderful opportunities without the support of our members; as has always been true, revenue from ticket sales alone cannot cover our operating costs. Please consider becoming a member of A2CT and help foster a love of theater for years to come. Membership offers you: ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ early notification of season ticket purchase preferred seating invitation to Members Only events voting rights at our annual membership meeting a listing in all of our show programs for donations of $50 or more the satisfaction of knowing that you're supporting one of the longest continuously running community theaters in the country! 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