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1 1044 W. Bryn Mawr Chicago, IL Redtwist Theatre is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization facebook.com/redtwisttheatre twitter.com/redtwisttheatre Mission: To do white hot drama In a tiny black box With a little red twist Please turn off your cell phones during performance. Out of respect for the actors, please do not access your cell phones for any reason during the show. This program/production is partially supported by grants from MacArthur Funds for Arts and Culture at The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation The Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation

2 About Redtwist Theatre Redtwist Theatre, formerly Actors Workshop Theatre, embarked upon its first production as an itinerant company in 1994 with Simon Gray s Otherwise Engaged. AWT incorporated as a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation in May It produced five more plays before moving to its current home in the vibrant Bryn Mawr Historic District of the Edgewater neighborhood in Chicago in the fall of Redtwist s first show in Edgewater, Praying Small, opened in September It was designated as a Critic s Choice by the Chicago Reader and was extended two times by popular demand. Michael Colucci, the founder of Redtwist Theatre, is the Artistic Director. His producing partner and wife, Jan Ellen Graves, is the Managing Director. In addition to acting, she directed the critically-acclaimed The American Clock by Arthur Miller and the Jeff-recommended plays Geezers and Aura, by company member, Tommy Lee Johnston. Michael s direction of All My Sons, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Three Hotels, That Face, and Broken Glass was also critically-acclaimed and Jeff-recommended. During Redtwist s time at the Bryn Mawr location, its productions have received 52 Jeff nominations and won 9 Non-Equity Jeff Awards including one for Best Production for Man from Nebraska in As of March 1, 2008, AWT s corporate name officially changed to Redtwist Theatre. Please visit for current information on our events and productions. Elizabeth Argus Adam Bitterman Michael Colucci Abby Dillion Matt Edmonds James Fleming Johnny Garcia Jacqueline Grandt THE COMPANY Jan Ellen Graves KC Karen Hill Tommy Lee Johnston Ben Kirberger Aaron Kirby E. Malcolm Martinez Daniel McNamara Peter Oyloe Brian Parry Mary Reynard Debra Rodkin Kathleen Ruhl Sarah Sapperstein Michael Sherwin Scott Weinstein Staff Michael Colucci, Artistic Director, Producer James Fleming, Associate Artistic Director, Producer Jan Ellen Graves, Managing Director, Producer Johnny Garcia, Development Outreach Coordinator, Box Office Associate Matthew Moynihan, Literary Manager E. Malcolm Martinez, Box Office Manager Charles Bonilla, Box Office Associate Tommy Lee Johnston, Scott Woldman, Resident Playwrights Karli Blalock, Resident Sound Designer ( season) Daniel Friedman, Resident Lighting Designer ( season) Kotryna Hilko, Costume Designer ( season) Josh Hurley, Resident Technical Director ( season) Redtwist Board Members Carol Wilson, Chair Pat Blumen, Michael Colucci, Denise Fiducia, Karen Goodman-Minter, Lois Hobart, Paul Kaufman 2

3 IN MEMORY OF ALDEN COHEN We ve done over sixty mainstage productions and another thirty or so off-night shows and guest company co-productions. And we cherish our patrons because we couldn t do it without you. Alden Cohen was one of our most thoughtful, generous, and loyal patrons, and he passed away on December 24, In September, 2004, we had just opened a rather obscure Arthur Miller play, BROKEN GLASS, as the inaugural show of our first full season in I was seated at the box office desk and a couple walks into our lobby. The man says Hi, we re big Arthur Miller fans and we d like to see your show. I said, Great, welcome to Redtwist. Then, I added, We re devoting our entire season to Miller s rarely-produced plays, so you might want to consider purchasing flex tix for the season. And thus, Alden and Suzanne Cohen became the very first subscribers to our new theatre, and they have been flex tix patrons ever since. Over the years they rarely missed a show. And even after his passing, his family continued his connection to all of us by encouraging others to support Redtwist in his memory. About once a year Alden sent us funny, poetic notes which we have archived about their enjoyment of Redtwist s memorable plays, and he snail-mailed those poems, enclosing a generous donation. He said Redtwist brought much joy to him and Suzanne. The truth is, his clever words, kind generosity, and sparkling presence, filled our hearts with joy. In addition to being a warm and wonderful man, Alden was unique, funny, and fun-loving. He was one of our most cherished patrons, and this current season is dedicated to Alden Cohen. Michael Colucci Artistic Director Donations in memory of Alden Cohen Joseph & Corinne Annenberg Barbara & Edward Bales Bindy Bitterman Barbara Blonz Joel & Elaine Brody Nicola K. Chalik Amy Cohen Suzanne Cohen Anna Coldwell Bonnie Graff Sonya Helmer Kurt Kliewoneit Bill Labb & family Marga Levy Richard Meliska Robert Michel Jill Persin Marlene Rosen Jeanne Rossomme Susie Schulte Milly Silverstein Raymond Silverstein Brock Thomas Barbara Yablon Nancy Yalowitz Lillian Zoloto 3

4 CAST in order of appearance Roberta...*Kathleen Ruhl Joe... Art Fox Ellie... *Abby Dillion Jonas... Joel Rodriguez Angel...Collin Quinn Rice Place: Heaven / Earth. There is no intermission. UNDERSTUDIES Roberta... Sharon Aiello Joe... Chris Bruzzini Ellie...Maeli Goren Jonas...Danny Dauphin Angel... Eric Parmer Understudy performance on Tuesday, July 18, at 7:30pm Going to a Place Where You Already Are is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC. Get Your Flex Tix and SAVE! Call, order online, or purchase at box office Purchase convenient FLEX TIX for the Season! Early Bird Pricing Buy a bundle of 5 Tix for $99! (Add l single tix are $20 each) Individual ticket prices are going up ($35-$40), but you can still get Early Bird Flex Tix at last year s prices! Early Bird pricing ends July 17, 11:59pm Flex Tix can be used for any show, on any day, of the Season. You can see each show in our season, or use them all at once. First class treatment Redtwist has general seating, but when you have Flex Tix, you are seated first when the house opens. Redtwist s online ticketing service will track your usage and clearly display your remaining tickets. It s Easy AND Flexible! 4

5 The Way We Are is a season-long snapshot with today s faces. It s about familiar people who navigate timeless challenges. What we do informs who we are in our growing up, and in our living, and in our dying. # 1 Our Town by Thornton Wilder Sept 9 to Oct 8, 2017 (Sept 6, 7, 8) A Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece of the 20th century is brought lovingly into the 21st century. Redtwist Associate Artistic Director James Fleming directs an intimate production of this American classic as a love letter to Chicago s many communities and a reminder that life s most ordinary moments are often the most profound. # 2 I Saw My Neighbor on the Train and I Didn t Even Smile by Suzanne Heathcote Nov 18 to Dec 18, 2017 (Nov 15, 16, 17) Note: There is no show on Thu, Nov 23. Closing show is on Monday, December 18 at 7:30pm Chicago premiere. A charming, funny drama about the challenges of three generations of alienated women in a family with vastly different personalities. They immediately disrupt each others lives, then drastically change each others worlds, and finally enrich each others souls. # 3 Surely Goodness and Mercy by Chisa Hutchinson Feb 17 thru Mar 18, 2018 (Previews Feb 14, 15, 16) Chicago premiere. A powerful new drama with incredible heart and humor. Tino is a Newark schoolboy sent to live with an abusive aunt after his mother dies protecting him in a street fight. Seeking solace, Tino befriends the cantankerous lunch lady at school who has been diagnosed with MS. The moving, heartwarming climax shows these two unlikely friends helping each other navigate a harsh world. TBD # Watch this space for news about another 4 great Redtwist Show Apr 21 thru May 20, 2018 (Previews Apr 18, 19, 20) # 5 Sagittarius Ponderosa by MJ Kaufman Jun 30 thru Jul 29, 2018 (Previews Jun 27, 28, 29) Chicago premiere. Archer (still Angela to his family) returns home to the forests of eastern Oregon to care for his sick father. At night under the oldest Ponderosa Pine, he meets a stranger who knows the history of the forests. Sagittarius Ponderosa reveals the enduring ties between the roots beneath our feet and the mysteries of the human heart and the journey of personal identity we all must take to become ourselves. Performances are Thu, Fri, Sat, 7:30pm; Sun, 3pm. Openings are on Saturdays at 3pm. with no evening show on that day Check website for details and updates. 5

6 PRODUCTION STAFF Director... Matt Hawkins Assistant Director... Madison Smith Stage Manager... Jenn M. Thompson Assistant Stage Managers... Alex Beal, Cora Lynn Swise Scenic Designer...Yeaji Kim Lighting Designer...David Goodman-Edberg Sound Designer... Sarah D. Espinoza Costume Designer... Kotryna Hilko Props Designer... Janet Lewis Technical Director/Set Construction... Josh Hurley Scenic Charge... Kevin Rolfs Assistant Costumer... Emily Santiago Casting Director...Catherine Miller Graphics/Set Signage/ Marketing/Programs/Photos... *Jan Ellen Graves Box Office Manager... *E. Malcolm Martinez Box Office Associates... Charles Bonilla, *Johnny Garcia Producers... *Michael Colucci, *Jan Ellen Graves *Redtwist Company Member Resident Designer/Staff Special thanks to: David Trudeau, Nick Strauss, Matt Lamson, Emma Palizza, Paul Pasulka, Claire Orzel, and The Saints Monday, July 17, 2017, 5:30-8:30pm at The Admiral at the Lake! 929 Foster Ave. Chicago Tickets: $60 or 2 for $100 available online, by phone, or at Box Office Music, Entertainment, Food, Drinks, Fun You ve never seen Redtwisters like this before! 6

7 CAST PROFILES (in alphabetical order) Sharon Aiello (Roberta understudy) is delighted to be back on the Redtwist stage where she was last seen as the Margaret u/s in THE REALIZATION OF EMILY LINDER. Some of her favorite roles include Dotty in GOOD PEOPLE (u/s) at Redtwist, Betsy ten Boom in THE HID- ING PLACE at Overshadowed Theatrical Productions, Lady Bracknell in THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST at Green Room Theatre, and Mrs. Baker in BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE at Three Brothers Theatre. She has also worked with Theatre at The Center and Shattered Globe Theatre. Sharon sends a big thank you Jan and Michael for this wonderful opportunity. Chris Bruzzini (Joe understudy) has appeared in Chicago at Raven Theatre in RED-BAITING, BLACKLISTING, AND THE AMERICAN BLONDE, at Griffin Theatre in HENRY AND THE SECOND GUNMAN, L AFFAIRE DE LA QUEEN S NECKLACE, and THE DEVIL S FAMILIAR. Other credits include roles in A WALK IN THE WOODS, DRINKING IN AMERICA, and MEASURE FOR MEASURE. Daniel Dauphin (Jonas understudy) This is Daniel s first time working with Redtwist Theatre. He most recently appeared as Joseph in the Stage Left Theatre production of WHAT OF THE NIGHT? Other Chicago credits include ROMEO & JULIET:BCC (Along The Way Productions), YEAR OF THE ROOSTER (Red Theatre Chicago), PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE (Organic Theatre Company), and THE FEW (Steep Theatre Company). He s designed fight choreography for Eclectic Theatre Company, Neo-Futurists, ph Comedy Theater, and New Stage Theatre in Jackson, MS, and he holds an MFA in acting from the University of Southern Mississippi. Abby Dillion (Ellie) is proud to be back on the Redtwist stage. A company member, she recently appeared in DEATH OF A SALESMAN (Miss Forsythe), THE SEEDBED (Maggie), and THE AMERICAN CLOCK (Doris, Harriet, Lucy). Other credits include THE BIRDS (Citadel Theatre), RED HERRING (Attic Playhouse), the webseries INTROVERTS (Black Mesa Prod.), and THE WOMAN AT THE WINDOW (Black Rider Prod.) all spread across Chicago and Los Angeles. She thanks you for supporting live theatre and all the arts! Enjoy the show! Art Fox (Joe) has worked as a professional actor since He spent most of his career acting in film, TV, and industrial films. While he got his start on the stage doing comedies like Joe Orton s WHAT THE BUTLER SAW and musicals like CAMELOT, he hadn t done a play for 35 years until joining THE GRAPES OF WRATH at the Gift Theater last summer, when he fell in love with stage work all over again. His next show is THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH at Remy Bumppo Theater in October. Maeli Goren (Ellie understudy) Maeli Goren is a theater maker, administrator, and educator. Recent acting credits include Juliet in ROMEO AND JULIET (Trinity Repertory Company), Vanessa in ON LOSS (The Prop Thtr), and Mandy u/s in TIME STANDS STILL (AstonRep Theatre). Recent directing credits include METAMORPHOSES (Princeton Summer Theater) and THE MAGIC RAINFOREST (Lewis Center for the Arts). Among Maeli s original plays are CURVES AND EDGES, THE LEGENDARY TRUE STORY OF SPARROW JONES and THE JERSEY DEVIL. Maeli is the Managing Direc- 7 continued...

8 CAST PROFILES (continued) tor and an Artistic Associate at 16th Street Theater. She is a graduate of Princeton University. Eric Parmer (Angel understudy) is thrilled to be working with Redtwist Theatre! Chicago credits include both productions of FAREWELL MY FRIEND at (re)discover Theatre, THE SIPPING HOUR at The Public House Theatre, and workshops/readings for Greenhouse Theatre and Three Cats Productions. Other Credits include SPEECH AND DEBATE, BODY AWARENESS, MACBETH, ARCADIA, AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS. Eric is a graduate of University of California Irvine, and The io Training Program. Collin Quinn Rice (Angel) (they/them/theirs) is thrilled to be working with Redtwist Theatre for the first time! Chicago credits include the world premiere of LE SWITCH (About Face Theatre), PRISCILLA: QUEEN OF THE DESERT (Pride Films and Plays), and THIRTEEN CANDLES (SADHAUS). Regional credits include SACRED HARP CHO- RUS (Musical Theatre Factory, NYC). Collin is a proud graduate of Northwestern University and is represented by Lily s Talent. Joel Rodriguez (Jonas) is ecstatic to be making his Redtwist debut with this fantastic show. He was last seen as the Baron/Ivan in the Hypocrites CINDERELLA AT THE THEATER OF POTATOES. You can see him again at Redtwist this fall as Howie Newsome in OUR TOWN. Thanks to family, friends, the cast and crew and of course YOU for being here supporting local theatre. Kathleen Ruhl (Roberta) is happy to be home at Redtwist, where, as a company member, she appeared in THE CRIPPLE OF INISHMAAN, PURPLE HEART, GEEZERS, GOOD PEOPLE, and THE REALIZATION OF EMILY LINDER. Other recent work: Ann/Peter in FOR PETER PAN ON HER 70TH BIRTHDAY with Shattered Globe; Myrna in THE BOTTLE TREE with Stage Left; HAY FEVER (Court Theatre); HEDDA GABLER (Writer s Theatre); GASLIGHT, THIS HAPPY BREED (non-equity Jeff ensemble), and DOLLY WEST S KITCHEN (non-equity Jeff actress in a supporting role), (Timeline); THE CHEKHOV STORIES, BOOK OF DAYS, THREE SISTERS and IVANOV (Piven Theatre). Representation: Paonessa. STAFF/CREW PROFILES (in alphabetical order) Alex Beal (Assistant Stage Manager) is a recent graduate from Loyola University Chicago and is excited to be working with Redtwist for the first time. Her recent credits include being on the management teams of THE? UNICORN? HOUR? at The Neo-Futurists and LEARNING CURVE with Albany Park Theatre Project. She is also a lighting designer, with shows like SHE KILLS MONSTERS and COLUMBINUS under her belt. Enjoy the show. Charles Bonilla (Box Office Associate) has been involved with Redtwist Theatre for...10 years? The amazing people who have since waltzed in and out of the 1044 door to mount the many wonderful subsequent productions has been inspiring. Each production has been a treasure; each team dedicated and passionate; and each performance a revelation. continued... 8

9 STAFF/CREW PROFILES (continued) Michael Colucci (Producer) is the founder and Artistic Director of Redtwist Theatre, and has directed many of the plays here, including BROKEN GLASS, THAT FACE, EQUUS (2010), WHO S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? (2008), THREE HOTELS, A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE, LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES, ALL MY SONS and PRAYING SMALL. He has also been seen on stage at Redtwist as Harry Hyman in BROKEN GLASS, Dr. Sweet in BUG, Martin in THE GOAT, OR WHO IS SYLVIA?, George in WHO S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?, Eddie Carbone in A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE, and Joe Keller in ALL MY SONS. In addition, Michael has worked at various theatres in Chicago, including Court, Victory Gardens, TimeLine, and American Blues. He is also a member of the Jeff Committee s Artistic and Technical Team. Johnny Garcia (Box Office Associate) was last seen in THE RIVER BRIDE with Halcyon Theatre, and ELECTRA GARRIGÓ with The Right Brain Project Theatre. His one-person play, THAT S F D UP premiered at Redtwist, and was selected by the Chicago Fringe Festival Directed by Mary Reynard. He s worked with AstonRep, Two Pence Shakespeare, Theatre on the Edge, Theatre Hikes, Rhino Fest, and North Lakeside Players. He directed SHOOTER by Jeff Helgeson at the final Abby Hoffman Fest, and will be directing W.M.D by Jeff Helgeson at the Yippie Fest summer David Goodman-Edberg (Lighting Designer) is delighted to be designing at Redtwist Theatre for the first time. He has had the pleasure of designing with such companies as Adventure Stage, Otherworld Theatre, Prop Thtr, The Syndicate, First Floor Theater, Eisenhower Dance, Thodos Dance, Marlene Skog & Dancers, Chicago Danztheatre Ensemble, RE dance group, Innervation Dance Co., and Chicago Repertory Ballet and assistant designing with Goodman Theatre, Lyric Unlimited, and Disney Resort Shanghai, among others. daviddesignsthings.com Jan Ellen Graves (Producer, Graphics, Marketing) is Redtwist s Managing Director and also designs the printed materials, graphics, and window displays in addition to acting and directing. She recently appeared in Redtwist s DEATH OF A SALES- MAN, as well as ANOTHER BONE, CLYBOURNE PARK, A BODY OF WATER, THE CRIPPLE OF INISHMAAN, MAN FROM NEBRASKA, A DELICATE BALANCE, THREE HOTELS, DOUBT, and ALL MY SONS. She directed the world premieres of AURA and GEEZERS by Tommy Lee Johnston, and most recently, directed Arthur Miller s THE AMERICAN CLOCK, all at Redtwist. Matt Hawkins (Director) returns to Redtwist, where he previously directed GOOD PEOPLE. He is a Chicago based director, actor and fight choreographer and is a founding member of The House Theatre of Chicago and an artistic associate with Strawdog Theatre Company. He is currently on the music theatre faculty at Northwestern University and is also an adjunct lecturer at Loyola University Chicago. He holds a BFA in Acting from Southern Methodist University and an MFA in Directing from The University of Iowa. He has been nominated for thirteen Jeff Awards and has received five. This upcoming year he will direct WALK A MILE (Erasing The Distance); HATFIELD & McCOY (The House Theatre) and choreograph violence for MACBETH (Chicago Shakespeare); PASS OVER (Steppenwolf) and NEWSIES (Marriott). This Fall Matt is joining the faculty at the University of Notre Dame, as an Assistant Professor for the Dept. of Film, Television, and Theatre, where he will create its first musical theatre program. He is married to actor/director Stacy Stoltz. 9 continued...

10 STAFF/CREW PROFILES (continued) Kotryna Hilko (Costume Designer) is excited to be returning to Redtwist Theatre where she previously has designed DEATH OF A SALESMAN and CIRCLE MIRROR TRANS- FORMATION. Chicago credits include: THE ROOM and THE HAVEN PLACE (A Red Orchid Theatre), BYHALIA, MISSISSIPPI (Definition Theatre Company and The New Colony), and THE SILENCE THAT FOLLOWS (Facility and AROT Incubator). Kotryna is a Mexican Lithuanian Costume Designer based in Chicago. She received her BFA in Acting and BA in Costume Design at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Special thanks to Kristy Hall and my beautiful mother and sister. In memory of Dave Hilko. Janet Lewis (Props Designer) just moved from Minneapolis MN and it s her first time working with Redtwist. Janet worked for MACY S 8th Floor special events for the past 10 years in props and costumes for the Christmas, Fashion and Flower shows. She has also work with HOUSTON BALLET COMPANY, MINNESOTA OPERA, HELLO KITTY SHOW, SESAME STREET LIVE, CINDERELLA, NUTCRACKER and HAMLET. E. Malcolm Martinez (Box Offic Manager) has served at Redtwist Theatre as codirector of OTHERWISE ENGAGED, A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE, and WHO S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?, Assistant Director of PROOF and WAITING FOR GODOT, and Stage Manager of THE BEAUTY QUEEN OF LEENANE and THE RIDE DOWN MOUNT MORGAN. He has also written and directed for Theatre Under The Influence and Theatre On The Rocks in the great city of Seattle, and has worked in theatre and film in Seattle, New Orleans, Los Angeles and Milwaukee. He is a proud Company Member since Emily Santiago (Assistant Costumer) This is Emily s first production working with Redtwist Theatre. Previous credits include wardrobe mistress for UIC s LIFE S A DREAM. Special thanks to Kristy Hall for constantly inspiring me to be a designer. Madison Smith (Assistant Director) is a Chicago-based freelance director (Readernominated for Best Stage Director in the Best of Chicago 2017) and the Artistic Director for local ensemble, Death & Pretzels, a resident company at Nox Arca Theatre (Reader-nominated for Best New Theatre Company and Best Off the Loop Theatre). Madison s credits with D&P include directing and producing THE DYB- BUK, GRUOCH OR LADY MACBETH, ANATOMY OF GRAY, VERY STILL AND HARD TO SEE and MUSICAL THERAPY. Other Chicago credits include THE GRADUATE for the Beverly Theater Guild, SEX AKA WIENERS AND BOOBS for Team StaKid s Summer Season 2014 and WOMEN for 2016, as well as a series of staged readings for Three Cat Productions. Madison is thrilled to be assisting Matt Hawkins at Redtwist! Cora Lynn Swise (Assistant Stage Manager) is a Chicago native with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Emerson College. This is her second time working with Redtwist Theatre and is very excited for this play to come to life. Cora Lynn is also a stage manager for the Music Institute of Chicago and a production assistant for Northwestern University. She is also an actor who has worked with The Annoyance Theatre and 906 Theatre Company in Chicago, and is currently pursuing her own work as a self-managed, interdisciplinary visual artist Jenn M. Thompson (Stage Manager) is happy to be here making her Redtwist debut. Previous credits include FOR THE LOVE OF (Pride Film and Plays), IT S A WONDER- FUL LIFE: THE RADIO PLAY, and RING OF FIRE (Metropolis Performing Arts Center), and TEN Festival 2017 (The Gift Theatre). A Chicago native by way of Ann Arbor, MI, Jenn holds a BFA in Design/Technical Theatre from Western Michigan University. 10

11 THANK YOU to our valued supporters over the past season $500+ (Contributor) Anonymous Andrea Atlass & Ken Kuehnle Dunaway Designs Jane Grady & Alan Pulaski Karen Minter Goodman & Greg Minter Dorothy Harza Michael & Mona Heath Cynthia Ho Joe Knowlson Robert McCarthy Karen & Frank Schneider Special thanks to The Redtwist Board of Directors for their ongoing support and energy $15,000+ (Visionary) MacArthur Funds for Arts and Culture at The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation $6000+ (Sustainer) The Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation Barbara & Eric Burgess $2500+ (Partner) Anonymous $1000+ (Supporter) Anonymous Sheila Riebman Suzanne Cohen Thomas Rothing/The Rubber Consortium Denise Fiducia & Brooks Gerlach Kathleen Ruhl Grandt Industries The Saints James & Lois Hobart Carol Wilson Greg Mancuso & Laurie Breitkopf/Illinois Tool Works Mark Zajakowski Other donors & in-kind donations AmazonSmile Anonymous Paul Bonilla Francis Brady George Brock Aneta Bubniak Alicia Burns Helen Chan David Cooper Lynn Cooper Lee Daeuble Alan Daniels Carole Davenport Gerald Davidson Anthony Didato J.A. & J.C. Finlay Carl Foote Deb Granite $200+ (Colleague) Anonymous Sharon & Stanley Aiello Pat Blumen Paul Bonilla Jenéne Francis Alexandra Garfinkle Jill Graham Brian & Karen Hurley Jean Klingenstein Katharine Knott Dede Kokolis Barbara Lanctot Michael McCalley Jim & Ellen Morley Debra Rodkin Kit & Carol Scheidenhelm Nico Stanculescu World Forum Events Barbara & Randy Thomas Donna Tickman David & Barbara Westby Lauren Guydan Terry Hall John Hanna Karen Haring Cynthia Hines Mary Alice Hope Christopher Hutjens igive.com Donna Jaggard Andrew Lasser Marcel McVay Judy Muench Bill Noland Kate O Connor Nick Papas Michael Politano Richard Roberts Marilyn Robson 11 $100+ (Friend) Adam Bitterman Bindy Bitterman Carol Black Joan & Hank Bliss Charles Bonilla James Burggraf Sam & Marlene Dollahan David & Debbie Dufty Cathy Earnest Cecilia Germaine Mary Louise Haddad & Sam Perry Denise Hoeflich Carol Kanter Pete & Joy Kottra Chip & Suellen Long Nancy Malitz Lauren Miller Neil & Polly Miller Hank Moya Angela & Charles Platt Mark Pounovich Vernon & Roberta Schultz William Spencer Nancy Temple Matilda Wilhoite Anna Rumanova Mary Ann Savard Allen Schwartz Sue Spreiter David Tolchinsky Lance Wolfe Anne Wrider Redtwist company members

12 MAINSTAGE PRODUCTIONS on Bryn Mawr Circle Mirror Transformation (2017) Death of a Salesman (2017) Turtle (2016) Scarcity (2016) The Seedbed (2016) The Realization of Emily Linder (2016) The Drawer Boy (2016) Incident at Vichy (2015) Who s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (2015) Good People (2015) The American Clock (2015) Red (2015) I And You (2014) Another Bone (2014) Geezers (2014) Look Back in Anger (2014) Happy (2014) Elemeno Pea (2013) Clybourne Park (2013) The Beautiful Dark (2013) Reverb (2013) A Body of Water (2013) Purple Heart (2013) Broken Glass (2012) The Glass Menagerie (2012) The Cripple of Inishmaan (2012) The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later (2012) Opus (2011) Elling (2011) That Face (2011) Bug (2011) Man from Nebraska (2011) Shining City (2011) 12 Lobby Hero (2010) A Delicate Balance (2010) Equus (2010) The Pillowman (2009) Lettice and Lovage (2009) Waiting for Godot (2009) The Ride Down Mount Morgan (2009) Aura (2009) The Goat, or Who is Sylvia? (2009) Marvin s Room (2009) Shadowlands (2008) Glengarry Glen Ross (2008) True West (2008) Doubt (2008) Who s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (2008) Three Hotels (2007) A View from the Bridge (2007) Les Liaisons Dangereuses (2007) Equus (2007) Otherwise Engaged (2007) Proof (2006) Proving Mr. Jennings (2006) The Beauty Queen of Leenane (2006) Loose Knit (2006) Abandonment (2006) Life s Tremors (2005) All My Sons (2005) Praying Small (2005) The American Clock (2005) The Last Yankee (2004) Broken Glass (2004) Liars & Angels (2004) Praying Small (2003) Detailed discount information is located on your reservation confirmation and our website. Discounts valid before or after Redtwist performances only. Some restrictions apply. Francesca s Bryn Mawr 15% dining discount on show nights 1039 W. Bryn Mawr Valet service available for Redtwist during restaurant s normal hours That Little Mexican Cafe 15 % dining discount on show nights 1055 W. Bryn Mawr Zanzibar Get a 10% discount on show nights 1036 W. Bryn Mawr (773) The Little India 20% dining discount on show nights 1109 W. Bryn Mawr Apart Pizza 10 % Discount on show nights Dine in before show or call after show for pickup 5624 N. Broadway (at Bryn Mawr) W. Montrose (at Lincoln)