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FEB 12 & 13
with student matinees Feb 5–April 29
Andy Boss Thrust Stage
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By WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
Adapted and Directed
by DAVID MANN
spnosored by
Park Square Theatre’s production of
Romeo and Juliet is part of Shakespeare
in American Communities, a national
program of the National Endowment for
the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest
feb 15 – apr 29
Proscenium Stage
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By FRANCES GOODRICH
& ALBERT HACKETT
Directed by ELLEN FENSTER
spnosored by
Romeo and Juliet and The Diary of Anne Frank are part of the
with special support from
2015–2016 season
Student
Series
romeo and juliet
Each character’s relationship to Romeo or Juliet:
Lady
Capulet
(Mother)
Capulet
(Father)
Lady
Montague
(Mother)
Tybalt
(Cousin)
Rosaline
(Crush)
(Servants)
Friar
John
Nurse
(Nanny)
Sampson
Paris
(Suitor)
Benvolio
(Cousin)
Romeo
Juliet
and Gregory
Montague
(Father)
Friar
Laurence
Balthasar
(Servant)
Mercutio
Abraham
(Servant)
Prince
Escalus
Chart by Maggie Quam, Hmong College Prep Academy
The video and/or audio recording of this performance by any means whatsoever is strictly prohibited.
As a courtesy to our actors and those around you,
please DEACTIVATE all PHONES and ELECTRONIC DEVICES.
media sponsor:
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on the andy bOSS thrust STAGE
By WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
Adapated by DAVID MANN
Director .................................................................... David Mann
Assistant Director .................................................... Katie Willer
Scenic Designer........................................................ Rob Jensen
Costume Designer ................................................... Andrea M. Gross
Assistant Costume Designer/Cutter/Draper........... Barb Portinga
Light Designer.......................................................... Michael P. Kittel
Sound Designer........................................................ Katharine Horowitz
Properties Designer.................................................. Sarah Holmberg
Fight Choreographer................................................ Doug Scholz-Carlson
Stage Manager.......................................................... Jamie J. Kranz*
Fight Captain............................................................ Zach Curtis
CAST
Romeo....................................................................... Michael Hanna
Juliet.......................................................................... Christian Bardin
Mercutio/Paris/Friar John........................................ Jason Rojas*
Tybalt/Peter............................................................... Daniel Ian Joeck
Benvolio.................................................................... Ryan Colbert
Friar Laurence/Montague........................................ John Middleton*
Lady Capulet/Prince/Apothecary ............................ Jamila Anderson*
Capulet...................................................................... Zach Curtis*
Nurse/Chorus........................................................... Lori M. Neal
UNDERSTUDIES: Katie Willer, Neal Beckman, Rebecca Leiner,
Randy Funk, Katherine Kupiecki, Daniel Joeck
SETTING: Verona, Italy
TIME: Romeo and Juliet is presented in 90 minutes.
For student matinee performances there will be no intermission.
For general public performances there will be a 20-minute intermission.
*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.
Park Square Theatre is a member of Theatre Communications Group (TCG), the national organization for the American theatre.
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FEBRUARY 12 – MARCH 5, 2016
BOOK & LYRICS BY MICHAEL ROBINS
MUSIC & ADDITIONAL LYRICS BY ROBERTA CARLSON
Family. Culture. Secrets. Truth.
Only One Sophie explores a young boy’s longing to understand his place
in the world as he remembers his beloved grandmother through colorful
stories and heartfelt songs. Steeped in Jewish immigrant traditions that
connect and conflict with a modern American upbringing, this engaging
new musical spans history and continents, and asks if it’s possible to
imagine a future while being haunted by the past.
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cast - Romeo and Juliet
Jamila Anderson*
Lady Capulet/Prince/
Apothecary
Park Square Debut
Representative Theatre
Guthrie Theater/PH+T: Marcus; or the
Secret of Sweet; Pillsbury House + Theatre:
Angels in America: Parts I and II; Penumbra
Theatre: By the Way, Meet Vera Stark;
Mixed Blood Theatre: An Octoroon; History
Theatre: These Shining Lives; Children’s
Theatre Company: Grimm Tales Film
Strange As Angels; The Just (short film
featuring Michael Madsen) Training B.A.,
Theatre Arts, University of MN by way of
Prairie View A&M University, TX Awards/
Other Ivey Award for Best Ensemble, 2015;
PV Choice Award for Best Actress, PVAMU;
Jane Enroth Undergraduate Actress Award
for Most Outstanding Contribution,
University of MN
Christian Bardin
Juliet
Park Square August:
Osage County, The
Matchmaker (with Girl
Friday Productions) Representative Theatre
Sandbox Theatre: The Little Pilot; Guthrie
Theater: The Crucible, The Nature Crown
(Assistant Director – a Theatre Forever
production), The Primrose Path, The
Oresteia Variations; Minnesota Opera:
Doubt; The Moving Company: The War
Within/All’s Fair; History Theatre: Working
Boys Band; Workhaus Collective: The
Mill (tour) Training B.F.A., University of
Minnesota/Guthrie Theater Actor Training
Program Class of 2011, Northwestern
University NHSI Theatre “Cherubs” Class
of 2006 Upcoming Projects Mu Performing
Arts: (Assistant Director) You for Me for You
and tot: The Untold, Yet Spectacular Story of
(a Filipino) Hulk Hogan
This performance is dedicated to
Ken Washington and Karen Landry
Mulkey – two people who showed me
the way to be both a greater actor and
a greater person. Gone too soon.
Ryan Colbert
Benvolio
Park Square Great
Expectations, The Color
Purple Representative
Theatre Guthrie Theater: Choir Boy, Born
Yesterday; Pillsbury House Theatre: Prep;
Mixed Blood Theatre: Colossal; Red Eye
Theater: Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow;
Intermedia Arts(Fringe): Habibi; Public
Theater of MN: Macbeth, As You Like It;
Minnesota Centennial Showboat: The
Vampire, Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Training B.F.A., University of Minnesota/
Guthrie Theater Actor Training Program
Zach Curtis*
Capulet
Park Square (as actor)
Romeo and Juliet, Johnny
Baseball, Of Mice and
Men, Harvey, Fifth of July, Fortinbras, Ten
Little Indians; (as director) Laughter on the
23rd Floor Representative Theatre Guthrie
Theater: Born Yesterday; Walking Shadow
Theatre Company: The Whale; Theater
Latté Da: The Full Monty; Torch Theatre:
Boeing Boeing, Paul Bunyan Playhouse
(Artistic Director 2006-2015) TV/Film
Theater People Training B.A., Theater Arts
and English, Augsburg College; Graduate
of the National Shakespeare Conservatory
Program Awards Best Actor in the Twin
Cities (City Pages 2015) Upcoming
Projects Great River Shakespeare Festival:
As You Like It, title role in Julius Caesar
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cast - Romeo and Juliet
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Michael Hanna
Romeo
Park Square Romeo and
Juliet Representative
Theatre Guthrie
Theater: My Fair Lady, Born Yesterday;
Mixed Blood Theatre: Stars and Stripes;
Workhaus Collective: The Reagan Years;
Collide Theatrical: Class of ‘85; Illusion
Theater: Yussel the Muscle Training B.F.A.,
University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater
Actor Training Program; Interlochen Arts
Academy Upcoming Projects Collide
Theatrical: title role in Dracula
Daniel ian Joeck
Tybalt/Peter
Park Square Debut
Representative Theatre
Classical Actors Ensemble:
Duchess of Malfi; Shakespeare & Company,
MA: Learned Ladies; Children’s Theatre
Company: Ramona Quimby; Walking
Shadow Theatre Company: Midwinter
Night’s Revel; Theatre Pro Rata: Emilie,
La Marquise du Chatelet; The Moving
Company: Come Hell and High Water;
Savage Umbrella: These Are The Men
Training Month-Long Intensive, Summer
Performance Intern, Shakespeare &
Company, MA Awards/Other Director:
Classical Actors Ensemble, The Tempest;
Company Member: Classical Actors
Ensemble, Savage Umbrella; 2014 Best
Classical Supporting Actor, Lavender
Magazine Upcoming Projects Classical
Actors Ensemble: Macbeth/Julius Caesar,
April 2016
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artistic staff - Romeo and Juliet
John Middleton*
Friar Laurence/Montague
Park Square Sexy Laundry,
The School for Lies,
American Family, Dead
Man’s Cell Phone, Becky’s New Car, Sherlock
Holmes: The Final Adventure, The Fantasticks!
Representative Theatre Jungle Theater:
Detroit; Torch Theater: Prints; Theater
Latté Da: Song of Extinction; Girl Friday
Productions: Camino Real; Gremlin Theatre:
Six Characters in Search of an Author; Carlyle
Brown and Company: Are You Now or Have
You Ever... TV/FILM You Should Be Famous
Lori M. Neal
Nurse/Chorus
Park Square The Waiting
Room Representative
Theatre Frank Theater:
Vinegar Tom; Children’s Theatre Company:
Snapshot Silhoutte; Theater Unbound: A
Piece of My Heart; Pillbury House Theatre:
Talking Masks; Paul Bunyan Playhouse:
The Wizard of Oz; Penumbra: Ma Rainey’s
Black Bottom
David Mann
Director
Park Square (Director)
Sherlock Holmes and the
Adventure of the Suicide
Club, To Kill a Mockingbird, Sherlock
Holmes and the Case of the Jersey Lily,
Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde, Taking Steps;
(Actor) Doubt, Of Mice and Men, Opus
Representative Theatre (Actor) Guthrie
Theater: Romeo and Juliet, Chanhassen
Dinner Theatres: The Wonder Bread Years;
History Theatre: Revelations of Mann,
(Director) Children’s Theatre Company:
Mulan; Torch Theater: The Turn of the
Screw; (Playwright) History Theatre:
Queens of Burlesque Training LAMDA;
B.S., Northwestern University Awards
Bush Artist Fellowship
Andrea M. Gross
Costume Designer
Park Square Romeo and Juliet; 33
Variations; Good People; Sherlock Holmes
and the Adventure of the Suicide Club, Red,
Ragtime Representative Theatre Jungle
Theater: The Night Alive, The Birthday
Jason Rojas*
Party; nimbus theatre (company member)
Mercutio/Paris/Friar John
11 designs in 10 years, including: From
Park Square Romeo and
Darkness; Tesla, The Golden Ass, Bohemian
Juliet, Sherlock Holmes and Flats, The Year of Magical Thinking; Torch
the Ice Palace Murders,
Theater/Gremlin: Death and the Maiden;
Of Mice and Men, The School for Lies,
Mu Performing Arts: The Tiger Among
Cyrano Representative Theatre Oregon
Us; Walking Shadow Theatre Company:
Shakespeare Festival: Romeo and Juliet, As
after the quake, Robots vs Fake Robots;
You Like It; Mixed Blood Theatre: The House Gustavus Adolphus College: four seasons
of the Spirits; Guthrie Theater: Arms and the on faculty, seven main-stage productions
Man; Theatre Forever: Muy Very Authentico; including: Fefu and Her Friends, The
Public Theater of Minnesota: Macbeth, As
Impresario from Smyrna, The Tempest,
You Like It, A Midsummer Night’s Dream;
and The Lesson. Training B.A., Theater
Gremlin Theatre: Rocket to the Moon
and German, Santa Clara University;
Training B.F.A., University of Minnesota/
M.F.A., Costume Design, University of
Guthrie Theater Actor Training Program
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artistic staff - Romeo and Juliet
Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Current and
Upcoming Projects Ordway: A Chorus
Line; Park Square Theatre: Six Characters in
Search of an Author
Sarah Holmberg
Properties Designer
Park Square A Midsummer Night’s Dream,
Behind the Eye, School for Lies, Good People,
Stick Fly, Red, Sherlock Holmes and the Case
of the Jersey Lily, Dead Man’s Cell Phone,
Othello, Becky’s New Car Representative
Theatre Torch Theater: True West; Penumbra
Theatre: The Whipping Man; Theatre Pro
Rata: Dido, Queen of Carthage; Walking
Shadow Theatre Company: Mr. Marmalade
TV/Film Steeltoe Stiletto Films: Girls in
Lane 6; Mister X Training B.F.A., Technical
Theater Direction and Design, University of
Wisconsin
Katharine Horowitz
Sound Designer
Park Square My Children My Africa, A
Midsummer Night’s Dream, Sexy Laundry,
Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of
the Suicide Club, Stick Fly, Doubt, Panic
Representative Theatre Pillsbury House
Theatre, Mixed Blood Theatre, Girl Friday
Productions, Mu Performing Arts, Second
City Theatricals (Chicago, IL), Wellfleet
Harbor Actors Theatre (Wellfleet, MA).
Training B.A., Theatre Arts, University of
Iowa Awards 2010 Keeper Award, Metro
Magazine; member of the Theatrical
Sound Designers and Composers
Association Upcoming Projects Walking
Shadow Theatre Company: The Aliens;
Park Square Theatre: Six Characters in
Search of an Author, Sons of the Prophet;
More information at www.katsound.com
Rob Jensen
Scenic Designer
Park Square Romeo and Juliet, 33
Variations, Words By Representative
Theatre (Set Design) Walking Shadow
Theatre Company: A Midwinter Night’s
Revel, The Sexual Life of Savages, Complete
Female Stage Beauty; Theatre in the
Round: Summer and Smoke; University of
Minnesota M.F.A. Design/Tech Theatre
Program: Undiscovered Country; Stages
Theatre Company: Numerous Productions
Training M.F.A., Design/Tech Program,
University of Minnesota; B.A., University of
Wisconsin-Parkside Awards/Other Owner,
Rogue Designs LLC; 2013 Best Set DesignSmall House (The Sexual Life of Savages);
2012 Ivey Award for Overall Excellence
(Complete Female Stage Beauty)
Michael P. Kittel
Lighting Designer
Park Square Over 120 productions (as
Resident Lighting Designer) including The
Color Purple, Red, Ragtime, Grey Gardens,
Democracy, To Kill a Mockingbird, Rock
‘n’ Roll Representative Theatre Ordway,
Frank Theatre, Stages Theatre Company,
Steppingstone Theatre, Mu Performing
Arts, Bloomington Civic Theatre TV/
Film tpt: The St. Olaf Christmas Festival
Training University of Wisconsin-River
Falls Awards Ivey Award for The Pillowman
(Frank Theatre); Lavender Magazine 2008 &
2009 Best Lighting Design
*Members of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors
and Stage Managers in the United States. Actors’ Equity Association (AEA)
was founded in 1913 as the first of the American actor unions. Equity’s
mission is to advance, promote and foster the art of live theatre as an
essential component of our society. Today, Equity represents more than
40,000 actors, singers, dancers and stage managers working in hundreds of theatres across
the United States. Equity members are dedicated to working in the theatre as a profession,
upholding the highest artistic standards. Equity negotiates wages and working conditions
and provides a wide range of benefits including health and pension plans for its members.
Through its agreement with Equity, this theatre has committed to the fair treatment of the
actors and stage managers employed in this production. AEA is a member of the AFL-CIO
and is affiliated with FIA, an international organization of performing arts unions. For
information, visit www.actorsequity.org.
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artistic staff - Romeo and Juliet
Jamie J. Kranz*
Stage Manager
Park Square Over 25 productions
including The Snow Queen, A Midsummer
Nights’s Dream, Murder for Two, Sherlock
Holmes and the Ice Palace Murders, The
Color Purple Representative Theatre
Children’s Theatre Company: 20,000
Leagues Under the Sea; Mixed Blood
Theatre: Pussy Valley; The Playwrights’
Center: Playlabs; The Gulfshore Playhouse,
Goodspeed Musicals, Maine State Music
Theatre, Utah Shakespearan Festival,
The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey
Training M.F.A., Stage Management,
Columbia University
Doug Scholz-Carlson
Fight Choreographer
Park Square A Midsummer Night’s Dream,
Johnny Baseball, Oliver Twist, The Odyssey,
Othello Representative Theatre Great River
Shakespeare Festival, 22 productions
including Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are
Dead, Henry V; Director: Austin Opera:
Romeo and Juliet; Portland Opera: Lucia
di Lammermoor; Fight Choreographer:
Minnesota Opera: Silent Night; Children’s
Theatre Company: Mulan Training M.F.A.,
University of Washington; B.A., St. Olaf
College Awards Ivey Award for Overall
Excellence, Ordinary Days, Nautilus
Music-Theater Other Teaching Artist with
Park Square Theatre for 10 years
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artistic staff - Romeo and Juliet
Katie Willer
Assistant Director
Park Square To Kill a Mockingbird,
Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of
the Suicide Club Representative Theatre
(as assistant director) Torch Theater:
Glengarry Glen Ross; Children’s Theatre
Company: Mulan Jr.; Walking Shadow
Theatre Company: Caligula; (as actor)
Loudmouth Collective (company
member): Fuddy Meers, Kitty Kitty Kitty;
Bloomington Theatre: Odd Couple;
Theatre Pro Rata: Cat’s Paw, Killer Joe TV/
Film Theater People web series Training
M.A., Performance, Goldsmiths College
London; B.A., Theatre Arts, University of
Minnesota, Twin Cities
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Production Staff & Crew
Assistant Stage Manager: Lee Johnson
Run Crew: Trevor Muller-Hegel
Sound Operator: James Harding
Wardrobe Supervisor: Clara Cavins-Wolford
Cutter/Drapers: Barb Portinga,
Teresa Davich, Kristen Weller
Stitchers: Clara Cavins Wolford,
Sarah Bissonette
Technical Director: Rob Jensen
Assistant Technical Director:
Ian Stoutenburgh
Paint Charge: Angelique Powers
Lead Carpenter: Matt Erkel
Carpenter: Ben Schave
Master Electrician: Brent Anderson
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the diary of anne frank
Otto Frank with Margot and Anne on his lap, 1931
Anne at the Jewish Lyceum, 1941
Edith Frank with Anne & Margot in Frankfurt, 1933
Anne on the flat roof of their house, 1940
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Anne a few months before going into hiding, 1942
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on the PROSCENIUM STAGE
By FRANCES GOODRICH & ALBERT HACKETT
Director.............................................................. Ellen Fenster
Scenic Designer................................................. Gabriel Backlund
Costume Designer............................................. Elin Anderson
Light Designer.................................................... Michael P. Kittel
Sound Designer................................................. Randel Seitz and Anita Kelling
Properties Designer........................................... Robert-Bruce Brake
Composer........................................................... Jerry La Fave
Stage Manager................................................... Laura Topham*
CAST
Mr. Otto Frank.................................................... Michael Paul Levin*
Miep .................................................................. Shana Berg
Mrs. Van Daan................................................... Julie Ann Nevill
Mr. Van Daan..................................................... Robert-Bruce Brake*
Peter Van Daan.................................................. Kevin Fanshaw
Mrs. Frank.......................................................... Laurie Flanigan Hegge*
Margot Frank...................................................... Quinn Shadko
Anne Frank......................................................... Sulia Rose Altenberg
Mr. Kraler............................................................ Peter Simmons
Mr. Dussel.......................................................... Charles Fraser*
UNDERSTUDIES: Amanda Weecks, Leslie Vincent, Elena Giannetti,
Steve Modena, Ryan Nelson, Robert-Bruce Brake*
SETTING: Amsterdam, Holland: World War II and immediately thereafter.
TIME: The Diary of Anne Frank is presented in two acts with one 20-minute intermission.
“Diary of Anne Frank, The (Original text)” is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.
The video and/or audio recording of this performance by any means whatsoever is strictly prohibited.
As a courtesy to our actors and those around you,
please DEACTIVATE all PHONES and ELECTRONIC DEVICES.
media sponsor:
*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.
Park Square Theatre is a member of Theatre Communications Group (TCG), the national organization for the American theatre.
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cast - The Diary of Anne Frank
Sulia rose
Altenberg
Anne Frank
Park Square Debut
Representative Theatre
Mainly Me Productions: Backlash;
Theatre Unbound: Graceland; Illusion
Theater: Keepin’ It Real; Daleko Arts: The
Philadelphia Story; Comedy Suitcase: The
Harty Boys; Frank Theatre: By the Bog
of Cats Training B.A., Cultural Studies
and Comparative Literature, University
of Minnesota and the University of
Amsterdam; Park Square Theatre
Ambassador 2012-2013
Shana Berg
Miep
Park Square The
Diary of Anne Frank
Representative Theatre
History Theatre: Buddy–The Buddy Holly
Story, Lonely Soldiers, This Side of Paradise,
Sisters of Swing; Theatre Unbound: Voices,
Motherhood Out Loud TV/Film Moment
of Truth Training M.M., McNally Smith
College of Music
Robert-Bruce Brake*
Mr. Van Daan
Park Square Over 25
productions including 33
Variations, Of Mice and
Men, Love! Valour! Compassion!, Fashion,
The Revenger’s Tragedy, A Midsummer
Night’s Dream, Romeo and Juliet
Representative Theatre Guthrie Theater:
Babes in Arms; Torch Theater: Cat on a
Hot Tin Roof; Chamber Theater of Boston:
The Most Dangerous Game; Frank Theatre:
The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui; Red Eye
Collaboration: Wallpaper Psalm; Pangea
World Theater: Ajax TV/Film Drop Dead
Gorgeous, A Simple Plan, Los Enchiladas,
Naked Man Training B.F.A., Marymount
College; Guthrie Theater’s Ongoing
Master’s Class in Acting Awards/Other
The Fred Clark Memorial Award
Kevin Fanshaw
Peter Van Daan
Park Square Debut
Representative Theatre
Theatre Coup D’Etat:
Equus; Shadow Horse Theatre: Bug; 20%
Theatre: Leah’s Train; Candid Theatre:
Hauptmann Training B.S., Theatre Arts,
University of Wisconsin - La Crosse
Charles Fraser*
Mr. Dussel
Park Square August:
Osage County, Defiance,
The Triumph of Love
Representative Theatre History Theatre:
Nellie; Guthrie Theater: The Comedy of
Errors; Theatre de la Jeune Lune: Tartuffe;
Jon Hassler Theatre: Rounding Third;
Minnesota Festival Theatre: Guys and
Dolls; Disney Cruise Line: Disney Magic;
Off Beat Comedy Club Film Hinkleton;
The Completely Remarkable, Utterly
Fabulous Transformation of a Regular Joe
Training B.F.A., University of Mississippi
Awards Ivey Award for ensemble acting in
Jungle Theater’s Driving Miss Daisy
Laurie Flanigan
Hegge*
Mrs. Frank
Park Square Debut
Representative Theatre
History Theatre: Radio Man, Buddy: the
Buddy Holly Story, Baby Case; Nautilus
Music-Theater: Joan of Arc; Northern Sky
Theater: Muskie Love, Lumberjacks in Love
Other (Bookwriter and Lyricist) History
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cast - The Diary of Anne Frank
Theatre: Hormel Girls, Twenty Days to
Find a Wife, Tales Along the Minnesota
Trail, (at Minnesota Zoo); Northern Sky
Theater: Loose Lips Sink Ships, See Jane
Vote Upcoming Projects (Lyricist/cobookwriter) History Theatre: Sweet Land,
the Musical
Michael Paul Levin*
Mr. Otto Frank
Park Square The Diary
of Anne Frank, Of Mice
and Men, The Red Box,
Laughter on the 23rd Floor, August: Osage
County, The Sisters Rosensweig, The Soul
of Gershwin Representative Theatre
Illusion Theater: Bill W. & Dr. Bob;
Actor’s Theater of MN: Sleuth; History
Theatre: The Immigrant; St. Croix Valley:
My Fair Lady; Mixed Blood Theatre: The
Boys Next Door; Paul Bunyan Playhouse:
I Ought to Be in Pictures TV/Film Thin
Ice, Hiding Victoria, I Am Not A Serial
Killer, In an Instant, The Jingle Dress, Don’t
Blow It Training American Academy
of Dramatic Arts, West Awards/Other
Morrow-Heus Screenwriting Fellowship;
Fargo-Moorhead Community Theatre
Playwright Award
Julie Ann Nevill
Mrs. Van Daan
Park Square The Diary
of Anne Frank, Melville
Slept Here, Dracula, Ten
Little Indians, Lady Windermere’s Fan
Representative Theatre Walking Shadow
Theatre Company: The Whale; Minnesota
Jewish Theatre Company: Hanukkah Lights
in the Big Sky; Paul Bunyan Playhouse: I
Ought To Be in Pictures; Gremlin Theatre:
An Absolute Turkey; Bloomington Civic
Theatre: God of Carnage; Jungle Theater:
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Torch Song Trilogy TV/Film Herman, USA;
Haunted; In the Kitchen with Rachel Rae;
Auto Tow commercial; Theater People
web series; In An Instant (ABC); Lady
Dynamite (Netflix) Training B.A., Theatre,
University of Minnesota-Morris; TV &
Film training, University of MN-Morris;
Mask training, In the Heart of the Beast
Theatre Awards/Other 2012 Ivey Award
for Julius Caesar; City Pages Top 10 Shows
of 2014 for The Whale; Lavender Magazine
2009 Best Cross-Gender Performance
Quinn Shadko
Margot Frank
Park Square The Snow
Queen, The Diary of Anne
Frank, Of Mice and Men
Representative Theatre Skylark Opera:
The Fantasticks, Candide, La Rondine;
Minnesota Orchestra: Carousel; Old
Log Theater: Cowgirls; Guthrie Theater:
A Christmas Carol; Hennepin Theatre
Trust: The Realish Housewives of Edina;
Actors Theater of Minnesota: The Doyle
and Debbie Show; The Gilbert and
Sullivan Very Light Opera Company:
The Yeomen of the Guard Training B.A.,
Vocal Performance and Linguistics, Rice
University; M.M. Musical Theatre, New
York University Other Active in on-camera
and voiceover work Upcoming Projects
The Marriage of Figaro at the James J. Hill
house in Summer 2016
*Members of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors
and Stage Managers in the United States. Actors’ Equity Association (AEA)
was founded in 1913 as the first of the American actor unions. Equity’s
mission is to advance, promote and foster the art of live theatre as an
essential component of our society. Today, Equity represents more than
40,000 actors, singers, dancers and stage managers working in hundreds of theatres across
the United States. Equity members are dedicated to working in the theatre as a profession,
upholding the highest artistic standards. Equity negotiates wages and working conditions
and provides a wide range of benefits including health and pension plans for its members.
Through its agreement with Equity, this theatre has committed to the fair treatment of the
actors and stage managers employed in this production. AEA is a member of the AFL-CIO
and is affiliated with FIA, an international organization of performing arts unions. For
information, visit www.actorsequity.org.
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artistic staff - The Diary of Anne Frank
Peter Simmons
Mr. Kraler
Park Square The Diary of
Anne Frank, 33 Variations,
To Kill a Mockingbird
Representative Theatre Open Window
Theater: The Lion, the Witch and the
Wardrobe; Paul Bunyan Playhouse: The
Underpants; Old Log Theater: Almost
Maine; Pioneer Place on 5th: Red White
and Tuna; Gremlin Theatre: An Absolute
Turkey; Yellow Tree Theater: Fair Game
TV/Film Plane Crash: Moment of Truth
(CBS 20/20); America Unearthed (History
Channel); The Recruitment (feature film Jeff Butcher Production); Winter (feature
film - Collision Pictures) Training North
Carolina School of the Arts Upcoming
Projects Julius Caesar, Macbeth, Escanaba
In Da Moonlight
Ellen Fenster
Director
Park Square The
Diary of Anne Frank
Representative Theatre
Pillsbury House Theatre: Bright Half
Life; Gremlin Theatre: H20, Rocket to
the Moon, The Effect of Gamma Rays on
Man in the Moon Marigolds, Sea Marks,
Burn This; Mu Performing Arts: The
Tiger Among Us; Workhaus Collective:
Homegrown, The Great Divide; Phoenix
Theater Project: Art, Proof Awards/
Other Pillsbury House Theatre: Artistic
Programs Associate 2001-Present;
Artistic Director, Chicago Avenue Project
2008-2014; Illusion Theater: Artistic
Associate, 2001-Present; Producer, Lights
Up! Series 2006-2010; CAMP!: Artistic
and Executive Director 2015-Present;
South High School: Artistic Director,
2008-Present Upcoming Projects Artistry:
Blithe Spirit
Gabriel Backlund
Scenic Designer
Park Square American Family, The Heiress,
Love! Valour! Compassion!, The Waltz of the
Toreadors, Harvey, The Fantasticks, Arcadia,
Hamlet, Fortinbras, Fashion, Ten Little
Indians, The Crucible; Technical Director/
Resident Scenic Designer: 1995-1999
Representative Theatre Red Eye Theatre:
(Company Member) Blue Moon, The Passion
of Lucy, Strange Interlude
Elin Anderson
Costume Designer
Park Square Jacob Marley’s Christmas
Carol, Sexy Laundry, The School for Lies,
Mary T. & Lizzy K., Rock ‘n’ Roll, The
Sisters Rosensweig, Steel Magnolias,
Enchanted April, Romeo and Juliet,
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EVERYTHING’S
FREE!
Mission Theatre
Company presents the world
premiere production of
Everything’s Free!
Presented at SPACE
550 Vandalia Street
Suite 306
Saint Paul, MN
SOME CONDITIONS APPLY...
Everything’s Free! by Sam Graber follows a
young couple facing financial ruin. They
receive a strange and mysterious offer: a
credit card which can be used anywhere,
for any amount, and doesn’t require any
payment. We follow Tyler and Mackenzie as
they navigate the joys and consequences of
spending like they will never get the bill.
Some conditions apply...what would you do?
Dates to remit: April 22 - May 7, 2016
Process payment for tickets at:
missiontheatrecompany.com or
call 612-234-7168
Price: $10-30 I sliding scale
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Visiting Mr. Green, Of Mice and Men
Representative Theatre Minnesota Jewish
Theatre: Moonlight and Magnolias; Gilbert
and Sullivan Very Light Opera Company:
Ruddigore; Starting Gate Productions: A
View from the Bridge; Walking Shadow
Theatre Company: Fat Pig; Girl Friday
Productions: An Empty Plate in the Cafe du
Grand Boeuf; Daleko Arts: Wait Until Dark
Training B.A., English and Art, Gustavus
Adolphus College; Doctoral program
in Dramatic Literature, University of
Minnesota; Guthrie Theater: Internship in
Dramaturgy Other Costume Designer for
Metropolitan State University and Saint
Paul Conservatory for Performing Artists;
Costume Designer and guest speaker for
Saint Paul Academy
a creative
agency for
the arts
Michael P. Kittel
Lighting Designer
Park Square Over 120 productions (as
Resident Lighting Designer) including The
Color Purple, Red, Ragtime, Grey Gardens,
Democracy, To Kill a Mockingbird, Rock
‘n’ Roll Representative Theatre Ordway,
Frank Theatre, Stages Theatre Company,
Steppingstone Theatre, Mu Performing
Arts, Bloomington Civic Theatre TV/Film
tpt: The St. Olaf Christmas Festival Training
University of Wisconsin-River Falls Awards
Ivey Award for The Pillowman (Frank
Theatre); Lavender Magazine 2008 & 2009
Best Lighting Design
artsink.org
Anita Kelling
Sound Designer
For advertising opportunities
in Park Square Theatre
programs:
[email protected]
612.791.3629
Park Square The Snow Queen, Murder for
Two, Shooting Star, The House on Mango
Street, 33 Variations, The Red Box, The
Diary of Anne Frank Representative Theatre
Walking Shadow Theatre Company:
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artistic staff - The Diary of Anne Frank
Gabriel; Theatre Unbound: Julius Caesar;
Freshwater Theatre: Pioneer Suite;
Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company:
Becoming Dr. Ruth; Public Theatre of
Minnesota: I and You; 20% Theatre:
Changes in Time; COLLIDE Theatrical
Dance: Romeo and Juliet; Theatre in the
Round: Morning’s at Seven Training B.A.,
Theatre Arts, University of Minnesota
Upcoming Projects Yellow Tree Theater:
Clybourne Park
RANDALL SEITZ (1952-2007*)
Sound Designer
Park Square Goodnight Desdemona
(Good Morning Juliet), Of Mice and Men,
The Miracle Worker, Julius Caesar, Equus,
The Diary of Anne Frank, Hamlet, The
Glass Menagerie, A View from the Bridge
Representative Theatre Actors Theater of St.
Paul: (Sound Designer); Illusion Theater:
(Technical Director); F.K. Weyerhaeuser
Auditorium Landmark Center
*In memoriam. We will not forget Randy’s
wit, curiosity and significant contribution to
Park Square productions from 1992-2007.
Jerry La Fave
Composer
Park Square Enchanted April, The Diary
of Anne Frank, Art, The Cryptogram, The
Miracle Worker, Love! Valour! Compassion!,
The Glass Menagerie Representative Theatre
(Composer) Seven years of musical
composition for theatre; Theatre in the
Round: Original score for Jeffrey won at
regional and national festivals; Genesis
Theatre: Crossing Delancey Training M.A.,
Music, State University of New York
Laura Topham*
Stage Manager
Park Square Jacob Marley’s Christmas
Carol, A Midsummer Night’s Dream,
Sherlock Holmes and the Ice Palace
Murders, The Diary of Anne Frank, 33
Variations, The Red Box, Of Mice and
Men, Mary T. & Lizzie K. Representative
Theatre Ordway: Flint Hills Children’s
Festival; Theater Latté Da: Beautiful Thing
Training B.A., Theatre Arts, University
of Minnesota Upcoming Projects Park
Square Theatre: Calendar Girls
Production Staff & Crew
Assistant Stage Manager: Kyla Moloney
Sound Operator: Aaron Newman
Wardrobe Supervisor: Clara Cavins-Wolford
Wardrobe Assistant: Becca Chapin
Technical Director: Rob Jensen
Valentine’s
Day
Live Music
Assistant Technical Director:
Ian Stoutenburgh
Paint Charge: Angelique Powers
Starts at 6pm Nightly
Lead Carpenter: Matt Erkel
Full Menu
Master Electrician: Brent Anderson
Until Midnight
Saint Paul’s New Speakeasy
-LOWER LEVEL, HISTORIC HAMM BUILDING-
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our contributors
ANNUAL FUND
corporationS,
foundationS and
government
$100,000+
Caroline’s Kids Foundation
The McKnight Foundation
$50,000+
Minnesota State Arts Board*
Target Foundation
$25,000-49,000
3M Foundation
Aroha Philanthropies
F.R. Bigelow Foundation
The Mardag Foundation
Margaret H. & James E. Kelley
Foundation
John Larsen Family Foundation
Shakespeare in American
Communities
Shubert Foundation
The Saint Paul Foundation
$10,000-24,999
Fred C. & Katherine B. Andersen
Foundation
Hugh J. Andersen Foundation
Boss Foundation
Caroline’s Kids Foundation
City of St. Paul Cultural STAR
Deluxe Corporation Foundation
Ecolab Foundation
EMC Paradigm Publishing*
General Mills Foundation
Harlan Boss Foundation
for the Arts
K Foundation
Ruth Easton Fund of the
Edelstein Family Foundation
Walter McCarthy and Clara Ueland
through the Greystone Foundation
National Endowment for the Arts
RBC Wealth Management
Foundation
Scrooby Foundation
Travelers
VSA Arts of Minnesota
Xcel Energy Foundation
Wells Pianos*
$5,000-9,999
RW Baird
Hardenbergh Foundation
The Hubbard Broadcasting
Foundation
James B. Linsmayer
Foundation
JP Morgan Chase
Macy’s Foundation
Michaud, Cooley, Erickson
David and Karen Olson
Family Foundation
Securian Foundation
Standard Heating & Air
Conditioning
Thomson Reuters
Zelle Hofmann
$2,500-4,999
Highlands Foundation
The Poehler-Stremel
Charitable Trust
Robins, Kaplan, Miller &
Ciresi L.L.P.
Lillian Wright &
C. Emil Berglund
Foundation
$1,000-2,499
Baird Foundation, Inc.
Dramatist Guild Fund
One Beacon Charitable Trust
UBS Financial
individuals
Champions $25,000+
Anonymous
Hella Mears
Betty Anderlik in memory
of Joseph Anderlik
Linda Boss
David Duddingston &
Clayton Halunen
Nancy J. Feldman
Richard & Nancy Nicholson
Timothy & Gayle Ober
Directors $10,000+
Anonymous
John Burbidge
Barb Davis
Fans $5,000+
Ted Ferrara
Dave Gilberstadt
Phyllis Goff
*This activity is made possible by the voters
of Minnesota through a Minnesota State Arts
Board Operating Support grant, thanks to a
legislative appropriation from the arts and
cultural heritage fund, and a grant from the
Wells Fargo Foundation of Minnesota.
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Karen B. Heintz
Peter Maye & Betsy Cobb
Paul & Pat Sackett
Joe & Christi Schmitt
Paul Stembler &
Mary Ebert
Melinda Urion
Helen Wagner
John & Sandra White
Joel Pace &
Caldwell Camero
Scott T. &
Jennifer Norris Peterson
Thue & Uttara Rasmussen
Thomas & Nancy Rohde
Paula Schad
Dan & Emily Shapiro
John L. Sullivan
Leaders $2,500+
Anonymous
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Robyn Hansen
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Richard Cook
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Greg & Naomi Pesky
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Kay Thomas
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George Tyson
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Guarantors $1,000+
Anonymous (2)
Winston & Barbara Adams
Marcia J. Aubineau
Bruce & Lynne Beck
John L. Berthiaume &
Dr. Joanne B. Votel
Jeffrey Bores &
Michael Hawkins
C.C. & Dawn Clawson
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Sharon Conley
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Gwen, Casey & Rachael
Fran Davis
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Richard & Jane Donovan
Joan Duddingston
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John Clarey
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Bruce & Jean Johnson
Bruce Jones & Joann Nordin
Wesley & Deirdre Kramer
James & Sharon Lewis
Carol Millar
C. Michael-jon Pease &
Christopher Taykalo
Steve & Deb Ragatz
The David Robinson &
Janet Ekern Fund of the
Saint Paul Foundation
Susan Rostkoski
Ken & Nina Rothchild
Edwin & Jennifer Ryan
Connie Shaver*
Ronald-Craig &
Mariana Shulstad
Sarah Stevenson
in memory of Gary
Berggren
Pacesetters $1,500+
John & Barbara Balfanz
Tim & Sara Beckstrand
Charles & Laura Cochrane
Robin Dietz-Mayfield
David & Genevieve Freier
Jeff & Kathy Johnson
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Carolyn Sorensen
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Jim & Diana Lewis
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our contributors
Irene Suddard
Terry & Rebecca Tofte
Fred & Alice Wall
Bernie & Deborah Weiss
Robert & Barb Wieman
Ann Wynia
Diane Young
Richard & Janine Zehring
Benefactors $500+
Janet Albers
Bradley & Roberta Allen
Kay Bach
Judy Bartlett
Thelma Boeder
Susan Cammack
Paul & Tina Casey
Paul & Diane Close
Jay & Page Cowles
Buzz & Judy Cummins
Carolyn Fiterman
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K. Paul Freborg
John Gillen in memory of
Lawrence Pierson
Bess Gold
Jennifer Gross
Reynolds & Mary Guyer
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Alfred & Ingrid Lenz Harrison
Jeffrey Hatcher
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Summer Seidenkranz
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Anonymous (3)
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William A. Anderson
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Carrie Lichtenberg
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Lundberg-Johnson
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in Memory of Sally
Jim & Liane Mattson
Ron & Mary Mattson
Scott Mayer
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in memory of
Pauline Lambert
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Ruth Patricia Sullivan
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Virginia Yingling
Billie Young
Petronella J. Ytsma &
Mark Sauer
Sheri Zigan
* in-kind gift
Many thanks to ALL our 2015 donors. Every gift makes a difference and all donors
are listed at parksquaretheatre.org/contribute/individualsupport
Individual support was received between 1.1.2015 and 12.31.2015. Please help keep our records correct by contacting
us with any changes or oversights. Contact Michael-jon Pease at 651.767.8497 or [email protected]
Low cost matinees and other educational opportunities for students
are sponsored by the Future Audiences Club:
Charter members:
Betty Anderlik
Marcia Aubineau
Lynne Beck
John W. Harris
Wes & Dierdre Kramer
Jim & Mimi Stake
Sarah Stevenson
Irene Suddard
Ron & Marghe Tabar
Helen Wagner
John & Sandy White
with support from
Greystone
Foundation
theatre because of you. ( yes you.)
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park square staff
FINANCE AND operations
Richard Cook, Artistic Director
Michael-jon Pease, CFRE, Executive Director
Artistic
Rob Jensen, Technical Director
Ian Stoutenburgh, Assistant Technical Director
Megan West, Production Manager
Jamil Jude, Artistic Programming Associate
Michael P. Kittel, Resident Lighting Designer
Matt Erkel, Lead Carpenter
John White, Literary Management Volunteer
EDUCATION
Mary M. Finnerty, Education Director
Megan Losure, Education Sales & Services Manager
Connor M. McEvoy, Education Assistant
Marcia Aubineau, Post-show Discussion Moderator
Alexandra Hatch, Education Intern
Immersion Day and Ambassador Program Teaching Artists:
Tessie Bundick, Josh Campbell, Shanan Custer, Carson
Kreitzer, Annie Enneking, Mary K. Flaa, H. Adam Harris, Steve
Hendrickson, Brian Hesser, Katharine Horowitz, Stephen
Houtz, JuCoby Johnson, Mike Kittel, Kym Longhi, Katy
McEwen, Leslye Orr, Joe Papke, Aaron Preusse, Doug ScholzCarlson, Jen Scott, Dane Stauffer, Anna Sundberg
EXTERNAL RELATIONS
Connie Shaver, Marketing & Audience Development Director
Rachel E.H. Bentley, Marketing & Development Associate
Diana Jurand, Marketing Coordinator
Lynne Beck, Development Consultant
Jim Heideman, Telemarketing Services
Vincent Hannam, Marketing Assistant
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Sheri J. Zigan, Finance & Operations Director
Jackson Smith, Accounting Associate
Dave Peterson, Facility & Event Manager
Jesse Williams, Lead Facility & Event Associate
Tashiana Mahomes, Facility & Event Associate
John Harris, Administration & Facility Department Volunteer
Amanda Lammert, Audience Services Director
Front of House Staff: (Evening) Jiffy Kunik - Performance
Supervisor, Adrian Larkin, Ashe Jaafaru, Bryan McManus, CJ
Pitts, Diana Jurand, Federic Nobello, Jackson Smith, Jimmy
Vincent, Kasey Tunell, Mariah Christensen, Matt Cawley,
Michelle Clark, Mina Kobayashi, Missy Keller, Sarah Bauer,
Vince Hannam; (Daytime) Adrian Larkin - Lead House
Manager, Eric Carranza - House Manager, Gayle Smith,
Louise Rosemark, Ann Feider, Patricia Arnold, Paula Manzuk,
Ting Ting Cheng, Federic Nobello
Ticket Agents: Ben Cook-Feltz, Diana Jurand, Jimmy Vincent
Usher and Friday Morning Club Coordinator: Judy Bartlett
ARTISTIC ASSOCIATES Aditi Kapil, Playwright, Director
and Actor; Carson Kreitzer, Playwright; Ricardo Vázquez,
Playwright and Actor; James A. Williams, Director, Actor and
Teacher
ACCESS SERVICES STAFF Audio Description: Rick
Jacobson; American Sign Language Interpret ers: Mary
Baremore, Elly Carpenter, Paul Deeming, Shelley Lehner, Susan
Masters, Charlette Reiner; Open Captioning: Kathleen Conroy,
Jill Vaughn
Consultants Assignment Writer: Matt DiCintio; Auditor:
Clifton Larson Allen; Community Engagement Consultants:
Jamil Jude, Alicia Wiesneth; Disability Advisor: Jill Vaughn;
Graphic Designer: Madge Duffey; Photographer: Petronella J.
Ytsma; Videographer: Michael Hanisch; Volunteer Curators:
Jennifer Bisch, Toni Dachis, Roger Nielsen
VOLUNTEERS Friday Morning Club: Susan Adix, Doreen
Aszmus, Sue Bjerke, Jerry and Nancy Carroll, Pat Dalluhn,
Monica Fritzen, Betty Markland, Pat Sackett; Thanks to all of
our Volunteer Ushers
or post a comment on
our Facebook page!
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Board of Directors
EDUCATor ADVISORY BOARD
Tim Ober – President
President, Red Oaks of Dakota County Inc.
Marcia Aubineau (University of St. Thomas, retired)
Theodore Fabel (South High School)
Craig Farmer (Perpich Center for Arts Education)
Amy Hewett-Olatunde (LEAP High Schools)
Cheryl Hornstein (Freelance Theatre and Music Educator)
Alexandra Howes (Twin Cities Academy)
Dr. Virginia McFerran (Perpich Center for Arts Education)
Kristin Nelson (Brooklyn Center High School)
Mari O’Meara (Eden Prairie High School)
Dr. Kirsten Pardun-Johannsen
(Performing Arts Specialist, Orono School)
Jennifer Parker (Falcon Ridge Middle School)
Maggie Quam (Hmong College Prep Academy)
Kate Schilling (Mound Westonka High School)
Jack Schlukebier (Central High School, retired)
Elizabeth Seal (Mounds Park Academy)
Tanya Sponholz (Prescott High School)
Jill Tammen (Hudson High School, retired)
John L. Berthiaume – Vice President
VP, Financial Advisor, RBC Wealth Management
Karen Heintz – Treasurer
Senior VP, Branch Manager, Robert W. Baird
Kristin Taylor Geisler – Secretary
Principal, Iris Consulting, LLC
Elizabeth H. Cobb Managing Counsel, Legal Services, Travelers
Barb Davis – Co-Chair, Next Stage Campaign
Realtor, Coldwell Banker Burnet
Jim Falteisek Sales and Marketing Director, 3M
Nancy Feldman President and CEO, UCare, Retired
Jewelie Grape Partner, Stinson Leonard Street
Andrea Trimble Hart Cpcu, Senior VP, Willis of Minnesota, Inc.
Lori Jenkins Consultant, Guardian Appraisals
Jeff Johnson – Immediate Past President
CFO, Amesbury Truth
Paul Johnson VP, Investor Relations, Xcel Energy
John LeFevre Community Volunteer (Deluxe, Retired)
Paul Mattessich Executive Director, Wilder Research Foundation
Kari Ruth, Director of Strategic Communications,
Hennepin Theatre Trust
Joseph W.E. Schmitt VP, Chief Claims Counsel,
OneBeacon Insurance Group
Helen Wagner Community Volunteer (3M, Retired)
Susan Wenz Director of Programming – KSTP-TV & 45Tv
Craig Zimanske (Forest Lake Area High School)
Theatre Ambassadors
Brianna Flasch (Forest Lake Area High School), Alexandra
Hatch (St. Paul Conservatory for Performing Artists), Katelyn
Henslin (SPCPA), Thea Meyer-Grimberg (SPCPA), Jonah
Schmitz (Buffalo High School), Johnny Stang (Cretin-Derham
Hall High School), Katherine Swartzer (Buffalo High School),
Nathaniel Davis (SPCPA), Arianna Diaz-Celon (SPCPA), Schyler
Fish (Highland Park Senior High), Greta Hallberg (Minnehaha
Academy), Madisyn Haukland (Coon Rapids High School),
Kristal Jackson (SPCPA), Emma Lewis (South Saint Paul High
School), Seth Retzlaff (Minnehaha Academy), Katelyn Storch
(Perpich Center for Arts Education), Celia Tise (SPCPA), Claire
Umolac-Bunker (Highland Park Senior High), Belle Wanke
(Buffalo High School), Ozomatli Zarate (SPCPA)
park square information
Contact
Park Square Theatre
408 St. Peter Street, Suite 110, Saint Paul, MN 55102
Ticket Office: 651.291.7005
Usher Hotline: 651.767.8489
Education: 651.291.9196
Donor Development: 651.767.8485
Audience Services & Group Sales: 651.767.8487
Audition Hotline: 651.767.8491
Ticket Office Hours
Tuesday – Friday:
12:00 – 5:00pm & 6:30 – 8:00pm (performance days only)
12:00 – 5:00pm (non-performance days)
Saturday: 2:00 – 8:00pm* (performance days only)
*For Saturday matinees, ticket office and
phone lines open at 12:30pm
Sunday: 12:30 – 3:30pm (performance days only)
Braille
These activities are made
possible by the voters of
Minnesota through a Minnesota
State Arts Board Operating
Support grant, thanks to a
legislative appropriation from
the arts and cultural heritage
fund, and a grant from the Wells
Fargo Foundation Minnesota.
Large
Print
Proscenium Stage seats 348. Andy Boss Thrust Stage seats 203.
The Historic Hamm Building is smoke-free.
Latecomers are seated at the discretion of the House Manager.
Restrooms and water fountains on main floor and lower level.
Cameras/audio/video equipment and laser pointers prohibited.
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Don’t Miss What’s Next...
By Christina Ham
Directed by Faye M. Price
One of America’s most prominent
musicians and activists comes to life in
this world premiere play with music.
mar 8 – 26
Andy Boss Thrust Stage
student matinees Mar 17 & 22
Regina Marie Williams* as Nina Simone; photo by Tom Wallace
(*member, actors’ equity association)
Produced with special support from our Premiere Club and:
Written and Directed by
Aditi Brennan Kapil
A Bilingual Romance Steeped in
American Sign Language & Sanskrit Poetry
mar 18 – apr 10
Proscenium Stage
produced with special support from
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