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2009 Ann Arbor Summer Festival Program

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Ann Arbor Summer Festival
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June
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2009
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From the University
A summer's night in Michigan is always different, with varying temperatures, moods and colors. Patrons can expect the same changing environment With the entertainment offerings of the 2009 Ann Arbor Summer Festival
Be it Los Lobos, Savion Glover. the Capitol Steps or Diana Krall. the Ann Arbor Summer Festival delivers artistry. melodies and humor for audiences of all ages and interests. The University of Michigan Is proud to host these engaging performances at the Power Center for the Performing Arts, Hill Auditorium and the U·M Museum of Art, as well as the grassy surroundings of Ingalls Mall.
Thank you for Joining tiS dUring our truly wonderful Ann

Mary Sue Coleman President. University of Michigan
From the City
Once again it IS time lor Ann Arbor'S lavorlte lamlly event. the Ann Arbor Summer Festival! Don 't miss the star Quality performances that will be headlining the 2009 season at the Power Center. Hi ll Auditorium and UMMA during the 26th annual Summer Festival.
Ann A/barites look forward to the three weeks ollree entertainment at Top of the Park where friends and families can gather to share an evening of live area entertainment. dancing, conversation, and movies under
This year's event hosts a number of great pelformers from Los Lobos to Diana Krall and the ever popular Capitol Steps. I urge you to come on do ....n and partake in the festivilies.

JohnHieftje Mayor. City of Ann Arbor
Patricia M. Garcia VlceChal1
Sec retary
representing a variety of the performing arts for the cu ltural enrichment and entertainment of a regional audience in a festive atmosphere DawnH.Foerg
From the Director
What's your festival? Is it old Hollywood glamour mixed with old schOOl funk? Is itcuttingedgeclassicalcombllled withvllltage soul classics? Is il pop cullure icons mingled with pop music impersonators? Whatever experience you may want, the Ann Arbor Summer Festival offers something for you with an eclectic mix of music. dance. comedy, and famllylun.
Jain us this season as we present Jazz superstars, Motown legends, Broadway hoofers, soul revivalists, daredevil acrobats. dowfltown DJs, and so much more. From alternative folk to improv comedy to experimental fringe, the 2009 season showcases a variety of headlinil1g talent alOl1gside some of today's up ·and·comlngyoul1gartists, plus the return Of popular festival favorites.
Discover your festival here.
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RobbWoulfe Executive Director, Anl1 Arbor Summer Festival
From the Board of Trustees
On behalf of the Board of Trustees, I am delighted to welcome you to the Alln Arbor Summer festival. It's our annual celebration of summer and everyol1e is invited,
Experience it all: the energy and excitement of celebrity performances. cooljau on warm nights, a classic movie under the stars. Sing, sway, and twirl. Kick up your heels. Savor every delicious moment.
The festival brings us together in a truly remarkable way. enriching our lives and providing opportunities to spend memorable time with family, friends, and colleagues. I cherish my festival memories al'ld encourage you to create your own.
Thank. you for supporting the festival Malnstage Series and our beloved Top of the Park. I hope you dance.

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PatriciaM. Garcia
Chair. Festival80ard 01 Trustees

LeAnnAuer Karen EdwardS
ChristieWongSarfetl BetlveS.Elkins Y. Jamie Mistry
H.Da.idSaru Peter S. Fayrolan Sruce S. Mover
Susan Chand ler ?at,iciaPooley
Sally Churchill JohnC.Hieftje
Howa rd J. Cooper Anne K. Rubm
Alan G. COlZln Kenneth Magee ?eterF.Schork
KimberlyL. Scott Deanne R. Dorner Margaret B. McKinley Jayne Miller

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Wel come 01 Main sta ge 03 Top of the Park 12 Activities 16 Special Programs 18 Work shop s 22 Sea son Calendar 24 Plan Your Vi sit 26 Suppo rt 29 ex) Donors 30
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Summer Festival and its celebration of pertomning arts,
Classical Alternative
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The Neal Medlyn Experience Live! is a faithful re-creation of 8eyonce's 2007 hit concert OVO The 8eyoncc Experience live!,featuringsexy backupdcmcers, Destiny's Cllild irnpersonators, birthday cake, and a box fan to blow Neal's hair, Known as the Paris Hilton of performa nce art, Medlyn is his own kind of bootylicious diva who struts and seduces the crowd with his
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Flaunting an into~icating cocktail of musical styles from around the globe. the 12·piece Pmk Martini returns lathe festivaiwith their spirited blend of Brazilian samba '305 Cuban dance, Parisian cafe sensibility, and world· music flair.
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SAVION GLOVER
Tony Award winner Savion Glover is considered by mO$t to oe the world's greatest tap dancer. 8est known for h is starring role inthe BrO

A,tlst Lectu.e & Demonstrallon: Ahn Trio Monday. June 15. 6:30-7:30 PM Britton Hall, UM School 01 Music In conjunction with the Ilerrormance of "The Insomniac Concert," the Ahn T'lo•sisters Maria. Lucia. and Ange lla _will speak al;lout Ihei' work, artIstry and the need to synthesize, cross cu ltures an(! to cross genre boundaries Presented In parlnershlpwlth Ihe UM Cenler lor Korean Studies
Arllst Discussion: PopCultute, Gend8,&Pe,lo,mance Alt
Wednesday, June 17,7:00-8:00 PM
UMMA. Multipurpose Room In conjunction with the performance of "The Neal Medlyn Experience Live,· York performance artist Neal Madlyn and UM School of Art & Des ign faculty member Danielle Abrams discuss the use of use 01 gender roles and cultural stereotypes inthel,work. Presented in partnershlpwJth UMMA.
Insllumenl Workshop: O. epFrled Pickle ProJecl Sunday. June 21.12:00-1:00 PM OowntownAnn Arbor 0 strict Library Join the Pickle Project and make musical Instruments out 01 crazy and lun materials. After you decorate your instfl.lments, Oanlel and the Pickle Gang will rehearse with the young percussionists Presented In partnership with MOL. Ages 5+

ArlisIOII CUu lon:SavionGloY.r Sunday. June 21. 5:45-6:15 PM Power Center Stage Post·sho,,· Q&.A with legendary tap dancers Savion Glo"er. Marshall Oavis Jr.. and Maurice Chestnut as theydiscus$ the evolution 01 tap dance and pioneers of the art form. and take queslions from the audience on tMir respective
Dance Clan: Tl ngo Fundaml ntal!
Tuesday. June 23. 3:00' 5:00PM

Led by Marlela Franganillo and company membe rs from Tango Connection. this class .s you. II.st step into the world 01 tanao. and Includes a auided praclicarightaflerclllss. A partner is not necessary for this class: beginner
Artist Dlscunlon&Workshop: Qool DJ Marv Wednesday. June 24. 6:00· 7:00 PM Downlown Ann Arbor District library Jo in JIIternational DJ heavyv.eight Qool DJ Marv as he leads a workshop on the art and technology 01 turntablism. Students 1'1111 have the opportunity to learn lrom one of the country's premierOJs as heintertwmes Ideas and theory while showing participants how to work the turntables Presented in partnership with AAOL.Ages12+
Artist DI. cun lonand Demonstration: TheOneUps
Satu rday, June 27. 2:00·4:00 PM
Downtown Ann Arbor Dlstflcl Library
Can't get enough game music? Come see the OnelJps show the original games
and music. and then perform thel. own verSions. Find out about the world of game music and remixes With masters of the craft Presented in p~rtnership wlthAADl
Family Workshop: Circus Technlqu85 Saturday. June 27. 5:00·6:00 PM Topofthe Park, Ingalls Mall Have you ever wanted to run awayand)oin the circus? In conjunction with the performance ofCirco Comedia. acrobatJcduo Jean Saucier and Pat rlckC6\l!will lead an introductory workshop on Ingalls Mall that combines mime, clowning. and comedic Improvisation.
Artil t Oll cun ,on: MC Frontalot SundijY, Juno 28.12;30"1:30 PM Oowntown Ann Arbor District Library

Th is Is a great opportunity to lind out more !bout artist MC Frontalot and h,s music. Ask himyourquestlonsaboutNerd~ore.Hlp-hop.Bndbeyond. Presented in partnership with AAOl.
Fllm5creenln&: Nerdcorfl Rlsin& Sunday. June 28. 1:30 3:30 PM Downtown Ann Arbor District Library Th,s2008documentaryfollows MC Frontalot,lhe "Godfijthmof Ncrdcore." on his first nallOMI tour to reveal the roots 01 the genre. the dorkycomplexities of Its artists. and MC's fight for nerd stardom. Presented Inpsrtllershipwith MDL
Panel Oll cusslon: The Factory and Films of Andy Warllol Tuesday, June 30, 7:00·8:00 PM UMMA. Multipurpose Room In conjunction With the performance of °Dean & Brltta: 13 Most 8eautilul Songs for Andy Warhol's Screen Tests," Ihe Ann Albor Summer Festival and UMMA present a panel discussion on the cinematic work of Ihe iconll; '605 IIrtist and his underiround art world. Presented in partnership with LJMMA.
Support for the Ann Arbor Summer Festival's education and outreach program is generously provided by the Molloy Foundation.

~ Season Calendar
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FRI 6:30 Opening Nighl Processional SAT 5,00 Body Masterpiece \ SUN 5:00 Superhero Nighl MON 6:301l1dZane 6:JDKidZone 5:00 KidZone I 14 5:00 Body Masterpiece 15 7:00 Wesl Philadelphia Orcheslra
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7:00 FUBAR 5:00 GrassrootzStage 5:00 KidZone 10:00 Airplane!
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9:IJO HOMO ':00 lebula Avenue 5:00 The Crawdaddles
10,30 Alter Dark OTopolth. Plrk 9:00 Orquesta Sensacional 7:30 Great Lakes Myth Society

10:00 Iron Man
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S:OO Deep Fried Pickle Projecl
9,00 Hullabaloo 8,30 Juice
24 8:00 Sun Messengers 25
10:00 Mamma Mia!
10,00 Horton HearsaWho!
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7:00 Harper 7:00 Qool OJ Marv 26 8,00 Diana Krall 27 5:00 Whose Live Anyway1 8,00 Tango Connection 8:00 Sharon Jones t. llie OapKinls 9,00 My Dear Disco 7:00 Down Ihe Line
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5,00 KidZone 29 6:3DVideogame Night 6:30 Global Party: South Asian 6:30 KidZone
5:00 The Ragbirds 7:00 The OneUps 30 1:00 SumKali 01 6,]OWind Down Wednesday
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7:30 Nile Flite B:30 MC Fronlalol 1:40 BollyFit Dance 1:00 Hoi CI~h 01 Detroll
" ~ 10,00 Indiana Jones and the 10,00 The King 01 Kong 8,30 Kentucky Chrome B:OOJose l>onzil8lw/Aliu Russall ~ Kingdom afthe Crystal Skull FistFullollluarters 10:00 Raising Arizona 10:00 The Triplels 01 Belleville ~
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1,00 Strange Arrangement 7:00 Copper Bal 04 5:00 GrassrootzSlage 05 5,00 Kidlone

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B,OODean I Britta 8,OOAn Evening with Gladys Knight 5:00 The Capitol Steps 5,00 Madcat &. Kane B:OOThatlGuy HOThe Bugs Beddow Band 1:110 Magic Jackson wfShimmin &. Schrock 10,00 Quantum 01 Solace 10,30 AflerDark OTDpollhlPark 8:00TheCapitolSleps 1:3OGeorgeBedard&theKingpins
9,OOladySunshine&.theXBand 10:00 The Sound 01 Music Sing-A-longScreening
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Four Ways to Order Tickets
ONLINE To order tickets online visit www .annarbo(summerfestival.org
PHONE Call the Ticket Office 8t (734) 764·2538 or toll·free in Michigan at (800) 221-1229.
FAX
Fax your order form to (734) 647·1171.
IN PERSON
Michigan League Ticket Office
9UN.University
Ann Arbor, MI48109-1011

For ,MGrmation on ticket pick-up or exchanges, lIifl c~lIlfic~les and discounts, please \'iSI\ www.annarborsummerfesll~al.o,g or cail the bo. office at 734-764-2538
A Few Helpful Tips
For the ~omfort and safety of all patrons, pleau respeclille lollowlng ru les :
'No outSide food and beverages-help keep Top of the Park a free event by SupPo!tingour Culinary Row vendors -No dogs or other pets allowed. except personal assistance dogs
• Shirts and shoes reCluired °No bicycles. roller blades. scooters, or skateboard riding Lns ide the event area
~ bike racks are available throughout the site -Nosolicillng
• No alCOhol be~ond the fenced beverage garden area "No climbing on scaffold towers or stages -No wading In the fountain 'No unauthorized vending
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-Sunscreen. hats. and lawn blankets -Cash, NoATM on site -Photo IDfor access to the beverage garden -Heaps of smiling friends -Dancing shoes

Accessibility
We do our best to make the festival enJo~able for everyone, For information on the festival'S accessibility Initiatives. maps, and resources please visit our website at www,annarborsummerfestival.org
Welcome to Culinary Row
Food]ulttastes better when If. eaten al fresco!
The festival's Culinary Row features some of Ann Arbor's favorite eateries and caterers, These food artists highlight specialty menu Items that provide you with a mouth·watering selection of delicious meal options. Reasonable prices allow you to eat to your heart's content, Seek out an all-time favorite, or be adventurous and try something new,
You can always purchaseabeerorglassofwineasyou enjoy your fa voriteband or movie, YOU'll also find bottled water, juice, and Coke products stationed throughout Top of the Park.
Ptease do not bnng in outside food or d.ln~ to the e.'en\. When you purch~se these I:ems from Top of ll1e Park vendors, ~o~ are suppo rting tne e.'ert Bnd nelplng 10 keep
2009 BEVERAGE PARTNERS Glass House Call! Stuc~hi's Busch's Fresh Food Markel Oasis Grill Sugar Shack Coca-Cola Bottling Company Rendez·Vous CaM Sweetwaters 0 & W. Inc, SilVIO'S Organic Pizza Tios Mexican CaUl Rave Associates 2009 VENDORS
To view Top Of the Park vendor menus and prices, pleasavisit www.annarborsummerlestival,olg,
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Suggested Donation
Give 3. Keep TOP Freet Admission to Top of the Park IS free, although a suggested donation 0l S3 per individual or $5 per familY!)er yislt is asked to help deflillY costs of the e~ent We are urging you. ourpatrOM, !obeasgenerOUS8syoucan and suppo rtthi$ Ann Arbor tradition.
Top of the Park Is produced by the Ann Arbor Summer Festival. an independent, nonprofit organization tllat relies on contributions and support fromtheUni~ersit1 of Michigan, llleCityofAnn Arbor. local businesses, individual donors, and you, our patrons. Each year, it costs lhe fesllval nearly $300.000 to produce Top of the Park acti~itoes. so donations in any amount;ore greatly apprehilip Stollregen Cynthia and Andrzej Dlugosz D~llas Dart Darla and Michael Dubin Karen and Samuel Edwards John Farah D~wn and Roland Foerg Linda and Larry French Julie and Thomas Fritl Patricia Garcia and Dennis Dahlmann Charles and Ri ta Gelman Sharon and Lazar Greenlield Bonn ie and Larry Hagerty Sheila and Steven Hamp Catherine and Jell Hauptman Andrea and Larr,. Hlluptman Rita and Pe ter Heydon Elilabeth and Rick Jarlembowski Pat and Dick Kin8 Conn ie and Tom Kinnear
Wend\' and Ted Lawrence

Betsy Mark
Pat McCune and Ed Stein Margaret McKinley and Dan Ketelaar
Tracy and Y. Jamie Mistry
Susan and Mllrk Orringer
Linda and Bill Powers
Bonnie and Jim Reece
Annette and Peter Schork

Laurie and Tim Wadhams Toni and Donald Wa lker
Mrs, Eileen and Ambassador Ronald Weiser
Janeth and Nub Tumer Laurie and Tim Wadhams
Toni and Donald Wal~er
Mrs. Ei leen Wcisorand

Ambassador Ronald
Linda Woodworth and Paul Morel
Amyand RobbWoulfe

Fei Fei and John Metzler Malaika and David Pickcll Susan PoUayand Bruce Watkins Barbara und Wallace Prince Virginia ilnd Raymond Reilly Margaret Ressler InesllndEficStorhok Vicki and Henry Swain Estner Ullman and Morle\'Witus Vickie and Richard Van Hou$c Deborah and \1ichaeIWebe' Dianne Widzlnski and James SlIupski, MD ShaunaM.dKevinWi lson Karen Yaroade and Gary Dolce
Judie and Jerry La. Ania Lchmann and Timothy Drckinson Michele Le$h~n and Ste~e Rubenstein BettyandlaMart Lofstrom joan Lowenstaln and Jonalhan Trobe Marilynn and DunCiln Magoon DetKlrahandJ.;rry\!ay Nina and Fred Ma~er Jill McDonough and Greg Merrlman Olga Molr DaM Muir Shilrah Nanner and Jellre~ Ogd..,n Barbara Nev,ns·Soang
Karen and DaveOhr),n Gloria and PMrickO'Neil1 Teresa und Timothy Rholldes William Richardson Rennie and Mehael Roth Anne and Chuck R~bin Emily an(! JOhn Salvette Norma aod Richard in 2008 as part ollhe Ann Aroor Summer festivai's 25th Season celebration. Mumbers pledge a minimum dooation of $5,(J(XJ over a 5·yaar period
Power Circle Life Members ($lOO,OOO+ cumulative Individual dorut.liono)
Connie and Tom Kinnear
Power Circle Plus ($HiOO+)
Lois and David Baru
El issa and Rlcnard Benedek
Mary and Ed Cady
Sue and elll Chllndler
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Joan and Richard Jones Agnes and Sleohen Reading Linda and John Jonides Jim and Bonnie Reece Dr. and Mrs. Richard D. Judge GlOnyandRayReilly Maxine and David Katz Belly and Chuck Reinhart DiCk Kennedy Mana and Rusty Restuccia Helen and Richard Kerr Mon 8nd CedricA. Richner,llI Pat and Dick King Celia and Charles Rleckcr Connie and Tom KlOnear Pat Rigot Martha and Will iam B. Krumm Anne and ChuekRubin Ronna and Bruce Kulp Judy and Don Rume lhart Alice and Henry landau Jeanine"'. Delay and John K.lawrence Norma and Richard Salns Mary and Skiple Fauve Kathy and LcoA. Legatski Maya Savarino
Susan and Leslie Loomans Mr. and Mrs. ThomasJ. Schriber Pamela and Robert Ludolph Halen and Rusty Schumacher Carla and Alan Mandel Camille and Dennis Severance Peggy and Steven G. Manikas Ingrid and Cliff Sheldon Pearl L. Manning
Marilyn Mason Drs. I",ongand Carol Smokier Charlotte McGeoch ColI~en and Gerald Spencer Debbie and Thomas McMullen )oanne and John Sposito Ann R. Meredith Lois and John SI~geman Diane and James Miller Cand~ce and Helmut Stern Jeflrey Modell /l;atalle and Edward Surovell Jeanne and lester Mdnts Lellora J. and Stanl~~ G. Thayer Melinda and RdbertMorris Jan and Nub Turner Virginia and Cruse Moss Paul'Sklp'Ungrodt,Jr Jan and Haskell Newman Carolyn and Peter J. Van Boven. Jr.
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Marguerite and Bill Oliver Laura and Richard Van House
MaryVandenBelt Or. and Mrs. William R.Olsen Raven and Bruce Wallace Or. and Mrs. Rdbert O·Neal Karen and Joe D·Neal Karen end Karl W~lck Susan and MarkOrrlnger Jerry and Jack Weidenbach CdnstanCeL.andOavidW. OSler EII$e and Jerry Welsbach Mary Palmer EII~en and Ronald W~iser Jane and 80b Parker Angela and l~ndon Welch Zoe and Joe Pearson Ruth and Gilbert WhUaker Kathy and Philip Power Martha Wallace and Dennis Wh ite Linda and Bill Powers Nancy and James White Lorna and JcrryPreacol1 PhylhsWright Walter Prochnow EdVoung Mr. and Mrs. Michael Radock
Foundation, Matching Gifts, and Government Support
AT&T Foundation Matching Glfta Program Michigan Council for Arts and Benard L. Man Foundation CuituralAffajrs Citlgroup Matching Gift Program Molloy Foundation City of Ann Arbor THE MOSAIC FOUNDATION ChisbettsFoundation (ofR.&P. Heydon) Downtown Development Au thority PEO SisterhOOd Gelman Educational Foundation Pfiler Matchong Gift Program Johnson Controls Foundation The Wally and Jo Strobel Foundation )PMorganChase Foundation TCF Bank Matching Gift Program
MalchingGifts Program Vibrant Ann Arbo, Fund 01 Rosalie Edwards University of Michigan
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