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         2010-2011 Season Sponsors
ACKERMAN FAMILY/EVALYN M. BAUER FOUNDATION
           KEN & DOTTIE REINER
                         Message from the Producer
                 Welcome to CATS! For years, this has been one of the top-requested shows by our audiences
                 and we’re thrilled to be able to present it! We want to thank our Season sponsors: The Acker-
                 man Family/Evalyn M. Bauer Foundation and Ken and Dottie Reiner. Special thanks to Jon &
                 Amanda Hall, Len & Tommy Lovett and Friends of Don Garman who supported this production
                 as Associate Producers and to Larry & Shari Nemirow and Sheldon & Shell Whitney
                 Grossman who helped underwrite the youth performances along with Supervisor Don Knabe
                 and the Arts Council for Long Beach.

              Season subscriptions are now on sale for our exciting 59th Season at the Carpenter Perform-
              ing Arts Center (see ad on the back cover). You may renew your current subscription or pur-
chase a new subscription at the hospitality table in the lobby. We also have a few remaining spaces on our
annual New York Theatre trip May 1-7 (see ad on page 8) and would love to have you join us!

Thank you for your support of our mission in preserving this wonderful art form of musical theater. It is deeply
appreciated by everyone in the Musical Theatre West family. Enjoy the show!

                     Paul Garman                                                   Marnos Lelesi
              Executive Director/Producer                                   President, Board of Directors


                                           Board of Directors
        Bob Dominguez                                Lucy Daggett                                  Jim Choura
 Vice President, Finance/Treasurer             Vice President, Governance                    Vice President, Marketing
          Steve Conley                                Joan Wells                               John Montgomery
 Vice President, Funds Development         Vice President, Long Range Planning                       Secretary
Barbara Bixby Blackwell         Cindy Costello                       Julie Knabe                     Dick Ramseyer
     Gary Cooper                 Tom Gillespie                        Lucia Kos                       Myra Weiss
                               Mary Ellen Kilsby                    Shari Nemirow
                       Pat DeRouen                                               Bev Cook
                       Guild President                                           Footlighters President


                                           Board of Trustees
                                                      Joe Moore
                                                         Chair
       Don Black                    Nancy Gaines                      Jon Hall                        Ken Reiner
  Judy McNulty Black             Dr. Donald J. Greco             Laura Killingsworth                Kurt Schulzman
Kathryn Baker Campbell            Terry Marté Greco                  Len Lovett                    Arlene Solomon
   Richard Carpenter               Patricia Grisham                 Richard Neri                   Madalyne Ursano
     Howard Davis                  Shell Grossman                   Dottie Reiner

                              Community Advisory Council
                                     George & Gloria Deukmejian, Beverly O’Neill
                                                       Co-Chairs
     Gary DeLong                  Randy Gordon                      Jane Netherton                 Doris Topsy-Elvord
    Steve Goodling               Cam Killingsworth                  Donna Recksen                     Mike Walter
                                 Bonnie Lowenthal                  Chris Steinhauser


                                           MUSICAL THEATRE WEST
                •Enriches the cultural life of the community through musical theater;
                    •Preserves musical theater as a unique American art form;
  •Cultivates and educates the audience of tomorrow through education and outreach programs.
                                                           2
                                                                                       58th
                                       Paul Garman, Executive Director/Producer       Season
                                                           presents




                                  Based on OLD POSSUM’S BOOK OF PRACTICAL CATS by T.S. ELIOT
                    Music by ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER • Additional Lyrics by TREVOR NUNN
                                                          Featuring
            JENN AÉDO • CLENT BOWERS • JOSEPH CORELLA • DANIEL DAWSON • AUBREY ELSON
             LAURA GRIFFITH • DANNY GURWIN • JACOB HAREN • CHRIS HOLLY • JAMIE JOSEPH
              JUPINKO • JOE KOMARA • EDDIE KORBICH • PATRICK LOYD • TERRA C. MACLEOD
             RAYMOND MATSAMURA • COLETTE PETERS • ROBERT PIERANUNZI • KELLI PROVART
                        TIFFANY RENEE REID • ANDREA TAYLOR • CARLY WIELSTEIN
                         Artistic Director                                         Technical Director
                      STEVEN GLAUDINI                                              KEVIN CLOWES
              Lighting Designer                         Sound Designer                     Costume Coordinator
           JEAN-YVES TESSIER                           JULIE FERRIN                       YOLANDA ROWELL
Pyrotechnic Special Effects Provided by                Stage Manager                           Assistant Stage Manager
J.S. MARSH SPECIAL EFFECTS, INC.                     STANLEY D. COHEN                           MARY RITENHOUR

                                  Co-Director/Choreographer           BILLY JOHNSTONE
                                  Musical Director                    DENNIS CASTELLANO
                                  Director/Choreographer              DANA SOLIMANDO
                                                      Associate Producers
         JON & AMANDA HALL • LEN & TOMMYE LOVETT • IN MEMORY OF DON GARMAN
                                             Youth Performances Underwritten by
                                ARTS COUNCIL FOR LONG BEACH
                 SHELDON & SHELL WHITNEY GROSSMAN • LARRY & SHARI NEMIROW
                   DON KNABE, LOS ANGELES COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
                                        2010-2011 Season Producing Team
                 PATTI BECKMAN • KOZEL & SALLY BOREN • JIM & LIZ BRESLAUER • STANLEY D. COHEN
                 PAUL GARMAN • DENNE & ANNE GOLDSTEIN • LIZ HANDLEY • LAURA KILLINGSWORTH
                   MARY ELLEN KILSBY • LOUISE LAKOFF • GIGI FUSCO MEESE • JOE & EDNA MOORE
                           HENRY & JULIE TABOADA • AVALEE WAGNER • BETTY WEBSTER

                                     F E B RUA RY 1 1 - 2 7 , 2 0 1 1
                     Carpenter Performing Arts Center, Long Beach
                 Cats is presented by arrangemen t with Rodgers & Hammerstein Th eatricals,
                          229 W. 28th Street, New York, NY 10001 ~ www.rnh.com
                                 Musical Numbers
                   ACT ONE                                                  ACT TWO
                    OVERTURE                                          MOMENTS OF HAPPINESS

       JELLICLE SONGS FOR JELLICLE CATS                                GUS: THE THEATRE CAT

              THE NAMING OF CATS                                    GROWLTIGER’S LAST STAND

              THE OLD GUMBIE CAT                                SKIMBLESHANKS: THE RAILWAY CAT

              THE RUM TUM TUGGER                                   MACAVITY: THE MYSTERY CAT

        GRIZABELLA THE GLAMOUR CAT                                MAGICAL MISTER MISTOFFELEES

                BUSTOPHER JONES                                                 MEMORY

       MUNGOJERRIE AND RUMPLETEAZER                             JOURNEY TO THE HEAVYSIDE LAYER

               OLD DEUTERONOMY                                       THE AD-DRESSING OF CATS

           THE SONG OF THE JELLICES                                             FINALE
             AND THE JELLICLE BALL

              MEMORY (PART ONE)
                        There will be a fifteen-minute intermission between acts.

                                       About CATS
                                 The English poet         as early as 1940.
                                 and playwright           Several of the poems were set to music by
                                 T.S. Eliot (1888-        two different English composers in the
                                 1965) originally         1950s: Alan Rawsthorne and Humphrey
                                 wrote the poems          Searle. Also in the 1950s, a young boy by
                                 that you hear in         the name of Andrew Lloyd Webber found
                                 CATS as light            himself enchanted by Eilot’s verse.
                                 verse for his god-
                                 children during          Lloyd Webber set all of the poems in the
                                 the 1930s. These         collection to music. Recalling his earlier musi-
                                 poems were col-          cal JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNI-
                                 lected and pub-          COLOR DREAM-
                                 lished in 1939 as        COAT,        Lloyd
                                 “Old     Possum’s        Webber used a
  The original publication fea- Book of Practical         variety of musical
 tured artwork by Eliot himself. Cats” (‘Old Pos-         styles, including
                                 sum’ was a nick-         pop, rock, classi-
name for Eliot given to him by Ezra Pound).               cal, music hall
By this time Eliot had already established                and opera, to
himself as one of the most important poets                help illustrate the
of the 20th Century, with works such as “The              cats’    differing
Waste-Land,” “The Hollow Men” and “The                    personalities.
Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock.”
Although the whimsy of “Practical Cats” was               The 1982 reprinting
something of a departure for Eliot, the col-                featured all-new
lection proved popular and was reprinted                     illustrations by
                                                             Edward Gorey.
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                                      Cast of Characters
                                                    (in alphabetical order)
                                                Alonzo              JAMIE JOSEPH
                     Bustopher Jones/Gus/Growltiger                 EDDIE KORBICH*
                                          Bombalurina               TERRA C. MACLEOD*
                                            Cassandra               JUPINKO
                                             Coricopat              PATRICK LOYD
                                           Mungojerrie              JACOB HAREN
                                              Demeter               JENN AÉDO
                                         Rumpleteazer               CARLY WIELSTEIN
                                            Grizabella              KELLI PROVART*
                              Jellylorum/Giddlebone                 LAURA GRIFFITH*
                                         Jennyanydots               COLETTE PETERS
                                           Mistoffelees             JOSEPH CORELLA*
                                           Munkustrap               ROBERT PIERANUNZI*
                                    Old Deuteronomy                 CLENT BOWERS*
                                       Plato/Macavity               CHRIS HOLLY*
                                             Pouncival              RAYMOND MATSAMURA
                                      Rum Tum Tugger                DANNY GURWIN*
                                               Sillabub             AUBREY ELSON
                                        Skimbleshanks               DANIEL DAWSON
                                             Tantomile              ANDREA TAYLOR
                                          Tumblebrutus              JOE KOMARA*
                                               Victoria             TIFFANY RENEE REID
         *Members of Actors’ Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers in the United States.


                                               About CATS
The lyrics to the best-known song from
CATS, “Memory,” were actually written by
Trevor Nunn, but were inspired by an ear-
lier Eliot poem, “Rhapsody on a Winter
Night.” Additionally, the Act Two opener
“Moments of Happiness” is from “Four Quar-
tets,” written by Eliot at the outset or World
War II.

CATS the musical opened in London in 1981,
followed by Broadway in 1982. It was an
                          i m m e d i a t e
                          smash, and ran
                          in New York for                           CATS still holds the title of longest continual
                          18 years, be-                             tour.
                          coming the long-
                          est-running musi-                         CATS has also become an international phe-
                          cal in Broadway                           nomenon, playing in over 250 cities in
                          history until it                          twenty countries. It has been translated into
                          was overtaken                             ten languages, including Japanese, Dutch
                          by     another                            and Norwegian. Interestingly, the title itself
                          Lloyd Webber                              was never translated for foreign produc-
                          show,       THE                           tions. The Mexico production did a focus
                          PHANTOM       OF                          group to see if audiences would respond to
                          THE OPERA. The                            GATOS, but it was a near-unanimous deci-
                          National Tour of                          sion to keep the English name.

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                                               REINER READING SERIES
                                                  staged readings of great musicals

The first two shows of the Reiner Readings Series, BEN FRANLIN IN PARIS and AS
THOUSANDS CHEER, were great successes, and established the Series as a great way to
be introduced to lesser-known works of the musical theater canon. We invite you to join
us for the two remaining shows in the series’ inaugural season:


                                                   Directed by JAMES GREUSSING
                                              Musical Direction by JULIE LAMOUREUX
                                                       Starring LARRY RABEN
                                                         (additional cast TBA)
                                              Based on the iconic 1959 film comedy
                                              “Some Like it Hot,” SUGAR is a riotous
                                              farce about two men on the lam in an all-
                                              girls’ band. Features a jazzy score by Jule
                                              Styne (GYPSY, FUNNY GIRL).
  MARCH 6, 2011 - 7:00 PM

                                                    Directed by RICHARD ISRAEL
                                               Musical Direction by DANIEL THOMAS
                                              This absurdist look at society and confor-
                                              mity is one of Broadway’s most notable
                                              flops, but features an amazing score by
                                              Sondheim, including “There Won’t Be
                                              Trumpets,” “Everybody Says Don’t” and
                                              the title song.
   MAY 15, 2011 - 7:00 PM

 Performances at the University Theatre (CSULB campus, 7th Street entrance)
                 TICKETS ON SALE NOW
             562.856.1999 x4 • www.musical.org
       This series generously underwritten by Ken & Dottie Reiner




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                                        Cast Profiles
                      JENN AÉDO (Demeter)
                     Jenn is ecstatic to be making her MTW debut! Recently she was Brenda in SMOKEY
                     JOE’S CAFÉ down at San Diego Musical Theatre and can currently be seen in ALADDIN:
                     A MUSICAL SPECTACULAR! at Disney California Adventure. Some credits include: Fas-
                     trada, PIPPIN (East West Players), Ronnette, LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (Moonlight
                     Amphitheatre), Bombalurina, CATS (FCLO), Urleen/Wendy Jo, FOOTLOOSE (Tuacahn,
                     Utah/Saddleback CLO). Jenn has also had the amazing opportunity to dance with pop
                     stars Pink, Paulina Rubio, and American Idol’s most famous reject, William Hung, as well
                     as choreograph a web commercial for MSN.com. Big thanks to the entire MTW family
especially Dana and Dennis, friends and family, and her wonderful husband Grady for his support in letting
her dance around in spandex again.

                      CLENT BOWERS (Old Deuteronomy)
                     Clent is truly overjoyed & honored to reprise this favorite role with such a wonderful
                     theater company, MTW. His recent credits include, Film: “The Little Fockers,” “Leave it
                     on the Floor,” “Powder Blue.” Television/Concerts: “Hannah Montana,” “Kitchen Confi-
                     dential,” “Over There,” “The Danny Kaye Show,” “Ed Sullivan,” “Jonathan Winters,”
                     Vocal Director – “The Return.” Commercials: “Jimmy Dean Sausage Thunder.” Broad-
                     way: BIG, CATS, THE WIZ, THE FIRST, HARRIGAN & HART. Off Broadway: JACQUES
                     BREL BLUES, BLACK BERRIES, MAYBE I'M DOING IT WRONG. Regional/World Wide:
                     LA RONDE DE LUNCH, GUYS AND DOLLS 50TH ANNIVERSARY (N.A.A.C.P. Award),
HARLEM SPIRITUAL SINGERS , PORGY & BESS, BODY & SOUL, BUBBLING BROWN SUGAR, AINT MISBE-
HAVIN’, THE WIZARD OF OZ, RANDY NEWMAN'S FAUST, THREE MUSKETEERS, JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR,
FIVE GUYS NAMED MO, JUST SO STORIES. Albums: “Walking on the Sun,” “Future Vision,” and Cast Albums.
ADR: “Freaky Friday,” “Fire & Ice.” Producer/Co-Director “The Bowers Brothers” (Doc).

                      JOSEPH CORELLA (Mr. Mistoffelees)
                      Joseph recently relocated to Los Angeles from New York City. Stage: Broadway's ALL
                      SHOOK UP, the First National Tour of GREASE! (Dance Captain), WEST SIDE
                      STORY 50TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR, ALTAR BOYZ, and GUYS & DOLLS to name a few.
                      Television: Disney's hit show “Wizards of Waverly Place,” partnering Selena Gomez
                      and the Walt Disney film “Geppetto,” starring Usher & Drew Carey, with choreogra-
                      phy by Jerry Mitchell. Look for Joseph in “Bench Seat,” a musical short film choreo-
                      graphed by Cris Judd, slated for release in 2011. Much thanks to Jonathan, John-John,
                      my friends and MSA for your continued support. www.JosephCorella.com

                      DANIEL DAWSON (Skimbleshanks)
                      Daniel just got back from the international tour of CATS where he covered and per-
                      formed the roles of Skimbleshanks, Munkustrap, Rum Tum Tugger, Alonzo, and Plato/
                      Macavity. He was recently seen with the tour at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood. He
                      is so overjoyed to jump into MTW’s junkyard and play with a whole new tribe of kitties.
                      You may have seen him in past MTW productions such as CRAZY FOR YOU, SINGIN IN
                      THE RAIN, FOOTLOOSE, and GREASE where he performed as ACTUAL HUMANS. He
                      loves and thanks God, his family, and friends because without them he wouldn’t be who
                      and where he is today. www.danieljdawson.com

                      AUBREY ELSON (Sillabub)
                      Aubrey is so incredibly excited to make her MTW debut! She graduated from USC,
                      where she studied Theatre and International Relations. Credits include: Two years as
                      Sillabub (and u/s Rumpleteazer) in the National/North American tour of CATS; Bet in
                      OLIVER! (FCLO); Alice in SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS, HAPPY DAYS, and the
                      HOLIDAY SPECTACULAR w/Shirley Jones/Patrick Cassidy (Cabrillo Music Theatre), Sad
                      Girl/Helen in BYE BYE BIRDIE (SDMT), JOSEPH…, and Dance Captain for ME AND MY
                      GIRL (Moonlight CLO), CABARET (ICT Long Beach). All my love and thanks to Dana,
                      Steve, Dennis, Paul, my amazing family, Steven Dry, and my Kevin. Peace, love, and
                      kittens!!!
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             Musical Theatre West Travel Club
                 New York Theatre Tour
                        May 1-7, 2011
             Each year Musical Theatre West patrons join Executive Director/Producer Paul Garman for a week in
             the Big Apple! Each tour is unique, featuring sights on and off the beaten path, fine dining, and of
             course, plenty of Broadway shows! Sign-ups are being taken now for our twelfth annual tour -
             won’t you join us?

                                            TOTAL TRIP COST: $3400 Includes:
                                        •Round-trip airfare on JetBlue •Meals included
                                •Six nights at the DoubleTree Guest Suites in Midtown Manhattan
                   •Sightseeing, including the Brooklyn Museum, Harbor Cruise, Dessert at Sardi’s and more
                          •Six Broadway shows, including Q&A with cast members after performances
                                 $500 Deposit due upon sign-up (refundable until December 1)
                                     LIMITED AVAILABILITY! SIGN UP TODAY!




For more information or to sign up visit the hospitality table in the lobby or call
         562.856.1999 x227




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                                       Cast Profiles
                     LAURA GRIFFITH (Jellylorum/Griddlebone)
                   Laura has appeared on Broadway in SOUTH PACIFIC, THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA,
                   SWEET SMELL OF SUCCESS, and OKLAHOMA! In Europe, she was seen as Maria in
                   WEST SIDE STORY at the Deutsche Opera in Berlin and the Alte Opera in Frankfurt.
                   She was in the national tour of THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA which earned her a Helen
                   Hayes Award nomination for her appearance at the Kennedy Center. Regional credits
                   include roles in PARADE at the Mark Taper Forum, AMADEUS at the Geva Theatre
                   Center, SONGS FOR A NEW WORLD at the Strathmore Hall/ Signature Theatre,
                   CANDIDE, SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS, A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC, and ROCKY
                   HORROR SHOW at the 5th Avenue Theatre, LES MISERABLÉS at the Sacramento Music
Circus, 25TH ANNUAL… SPELLING BEE at La Mirada Theatre, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST at the Pioneer Thea-
tre Company, and CAMELOT at Music Theatre of Wichita. Find her online at LauraGriffith.net.

                     DANNY GURWIN (Rum Tum Tugger)
                       MTW: Seymour in LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS. Broadway credits include starring roles
                       in LITTLE WOMEN, URINETOWN, THE FULL MONTY, THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL, KISMET
                       (Encores!), and A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC (NYC Opera, also Los Angeles Opera and Ken-
                       nedy Center). Off-Broadway, he has been seen in SHAKESPEARE’S R & J, FORBIDDEN
                       BROADWAY, A NEW BRAIN, THE THING ABOUT MEN, THE MOST FABULOUS STORY
                       EVER TOLD, and many others. LA credits include HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS
                       (Pantages), MOST WANTED (La Jolla Playhouse) and APLA’s PROMISES, PROMISES.
                       Danny has performed with symphonies across the country including the New Haven,
                       Grant Park, and South Coast Symphonies, as well as the Los Angeles Philharmonic at
Disney Concert Hall. TV credits include “The Young & the Restless,” “Desperate Housewives,” and “Law &
Order”. Danny holds a BFA in Musical Theatre from the University of Michigan and can be heard on numerous
cast recordings. He is on the faculty of AMDA-LA.

                     JACOB HAREN (Mungojerrie)
                     Jacob is beside himself with sheer joy at getting to perform his dream show, after
                     practicing in his living room with the CATS VHS tape as a child! Recent credits include:
                     ALTAR BOYZ – 3D Theatricals (Mark) and INTO THE WOODS – Claire Trevor Theatre
                     (Jack). Other credits include: CRAZY FOR YOU (Ensemble), 42ND STREET (Ensemble) –
                     Moonlight Stage Productions, and HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL (Ryan). Jacob is a second-
                     year BFA Music Theatre student at UC Irvine. Huge thanks to his professors Dennis,
                     Gary, Myrona, and Dana, the entire MTW team, his family and friends for loving him
                     despite his “jacob-isms”, and God for his countless blessings.

                     CHRIS HOLLY (Plato/Macavity)
                     Chris is happy to return to MTW where he was last seen in SILK STOCKINGS. Other MTW
                     performances include, Harry Beaton in BRIGADOON, and MY FAIR LADY. Chris' Broadway
                     credits include, THE PRODUCERS, the original company (revival) of OKLAHOMA!, and
                     CHICAGO. Chris has toured nationally with THE PRODUCERS, Los Angeles company of
                     CHICAGO, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, A CHORUS LINE, and EVITA. Film credits include "The
                     Producers,” and "Cinderella." Chris has done extensive work in regional theatre throughout
                     the southland, and has performed in commercials and music videos. Chris is a 2005 New
                     York City Marathon finisher with a time of 3 hours and 30 minutes, and a 2005 California
                     Wildflower Half Ironman Finisher. Also, I love the Lakers!

                     JAMIE JOSEPH (Alonzo)
                     Credits include: THE WHO'S TOMMY with Alice Ripley - Flickerhouse Productions, CATS
                     (Alonzo) - Cabrillo Music Theater, Lester Horton award nominated SURRENDER - Denise
                     Leitner, CATS (Alonzo) - National Tour/Tour of The Americas. TV: “American Idol,”
                     “Americas Next Best Dance Crew.”




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                                         Cast Profiles
                      JUPINKO (Cassandra)
                      Jupinko is excited to once again be performing in a production of CATS and is thrilled
                      to make her debut with Musical Theatre West. When she is not onstage or performing
                      with her 1940s’ group The Satin Dollz she is busy in the fitness industry, training and
                      helping others reach their fitness goals. She can be seen in several fitness infomercials
                      and DVDs and was recently named the 2010 Fitness America World Champion!




                      JOE KOMARA (Tumblebrutus)
                      Joe tumbles into the role of Tumblebrutus in his first show here at Musical Theatre West.
                      Some recent theatre includes GREASE - Broadway, APPLAUSE - City Center ENCORES!,
                      ALL SINGIN' ALL DANCIN'-Town Hall, NYC, THE DONKEY SHOW - Off-Broadway. He
                      just finished a lead role in a feature film, as well as a few TV spots. With his family’s
                      support, opportunities thrive!




                      EDDIE KORBICH (Bustopher Jones/Gus/Growltiger)
                     Eddie’s Broadway credits include THE LITTLE MERMAID, THE DROWSY CHAPERONE
                     (Drama Desk Nominee), AFTER THE NIGHT AND THE MUSIC, WICKED, SEUSSICAL,
                     CAROUSEL (Lincoln Center), SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN, and SWEENEY TODD (Circle in the
                     Square). Off-Broadway he appeared in ASSASSINS, GODSPELL, THE GIFTS OF THE
                     MAGI, FLORA THE RED MENANCE, A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC, and EATING RAOUL. Re-
                     gional credits include THE GAMESTER at St. Louis Rep., DRACULA at North Shore Music
                     Theatre, 3HREE at the Ahmanson, GEORGE M! (George), TINTYPES (Charlie), and MAN
                     OF LA MANCHA (Sancho). National tours include SHOW BOAT (Frank) directed by
                     Harold Prince. Television credits include guest-starring roles on “Law & Order,” “New
York Undercover,”and “Out of the Box.” Saturday morning cartoon fans may recognize his voice as a regular
on Nickelodeon’s “Doug” and “PB & J Otter.” He may also be seen in the feature films “Jennifer 8” and “Quiz
Show.” Eddie received the 2000 Obie Award for his performance in “Taking a Chance on Love” at the York
Theatre.

                      PATRICK LOYD (Coricopat)
                      Patrick was last seen dancing along with Dick Van Dyke in the Hollywood Christmas
                      Parade. Prior to that, he was seen in the National Tour of VEGGIE TALES LIVE as Jerry
                      Gourd. Other credits include BRIGADOON (Sword Dancer) 3-D Theatrical’s ALL
                      SHOOK UP, SEUSSICAL, CATS (Dance Captain, Bill Bailey) and Tokyo Disneyland’s
                      ONE MAN’S DREAM (Dance Swing). His most recent regional credits are: THE NUT-
                      CRACKER (Nutcracker), CINDERELLA (Courtier), Disney's GLOWFEST (Emcee) and Odys-
                      sey Dance Theater’s THRILLER (Featured Dancer). T.V credits include “Glee!” (FOX),
                      “School Bus” (PBS) and “America's Prom Queen” (ABC Family). Patrick is thrilled to be
                      working with MTW and wants to thank his mom for all of her support.

                      TERRA C. MacLEOD (Bombalurina)
                        Terra is thrilled to be back at MTW, and to be part of this legendary show which first
                        introduced her to the world of "dancing" as a little girl. She was last seen in MTW's THE
                        PAJAMA GAME (Gladys). Terra has a long standing history with CHICAGO the musical
                        as Velma Kelly from Broadway to the West End, to International & National tours.
                        Recent credits: KISS OF THE SPIDER WOMAN Havok Theater, THE PRODUCERS (Ulla)
                        Arts Club Theatre Vancouver, GUYS AND DOLLS (Adelaide) San Diego Musical Thea-
                        ter, WEST SIDE STORY (Anita) New Orleans Opera and Vancouver Arts Club, A CHO-
                        RUS LINE (Cassie) Film /TV: “The Lizzie Maguire Movie,” “Dead Zone,” and “cold
                        squad.” This show is dedicated to my nieces Chiara and Calli who share the love of the
Jellicle ball with me. Love to my family and to Scott C le chat noir! www.terracmacleod.com
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                                        Cast Profiles
                      RAYMOND MATSAMURA (Pouncival)
                      Ray is thrilled to join the production of CATS. After working on Holland America cruise
                      ships on and off for the past four years, Raymond is excited to be back on stage and
                      on dry land! Credits include JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR, SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN
                      BROTHERS, Nickelodeon, BET’s “106&Park,” “Showtime at the Apollo,” and Sam
                      Goody’s National School Tour. Eternal love and thanks to Eartha Robinson, Vernee
                      Watson, Keny Long, TRP, and all my friends and family who support every step I take.
                      Mom and Pops, you’re my heroes. I wouldn’t be me without you. Peace, Love, and
                      Respect. Always.


                      COLETTE PETERS (Jennyanydots)
                      Colette feels incredibly blessed and happy to be back at MTW, and with Dana & Billy
                      once again, for her third production of CATS. Previously, she was Jennyanydots with
                      Cabrillo Music Theatre, & FCLO Music Theatre. Touring credits: Audrey in LITTLE SHOP
                      OF HORRORS. Regional favorites: SEANCE ON A WET AFTERNOON - World Premiere
                      Opera by Stephen Schwartz (Reporter) at The Granada Theatre, OKLAHOMA! (Ado
                      Annie) at FCLO Music Theatre, Garland Award Nomination, JINGLE BELL ROCK with
                      Plan- B Entertainment and RAGTIME (Evelyn Nesbit u/s) for Musical Theatre West.
                      Countless thanks to my teachers, family and friends who have inspired me to dream.


                      ROBERT PIERANUNZI (Munkustrap)
                      Robert is thrilled to return to MTW where he’s been seen in such shows as MEET ME IN
                      ST. LOUIS (Lon), THE PAJAMA GAME (Prez), NEVER GONNA DANCE (Dice Raymond)
                      and GUYS AND DOLLS (Rusty Charlie). Some favorite credits include Moonlight Stage’s
                      CATS (Munkustrap), WEST SIDE STORY (Riff), THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE (Jimmy)
                      and SEUSSICAL (Wickersham Brother), South Bay Civic Light Opera productions of
                      GREASE (Sonny) and BYE BYE BIRDIE (Hugo Peabody); the world premieres of PILGRIM
                      (Maenart) and SNOW QUEEN with Alan Menken and Glenn Slater. Proud Actors’
                      Equity Member. Love and gratitude to the amazing family here at Musical Theatre
                      West, giving me the chance to return to my true passion.

                      KELLI PROVART (Grizabella)
                     Kelli is thrilled to be making her MTW debut as Grizabella in CATS! Her Broadway
                     and Tour credits include AIDA where she won the Helen Hayes Award for her portrayal
                     as Amneris. Other credits include: BEEHIVE- Janis Ian, Connie Francis and Dusty Spring-
                     field, RING OF FIRE- June Carter Cash, JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR
                     DREAMCOAT- Narrator, ALL SHOOK UP- Miss Sandra, SMOKEY JOE'S CAFÉ- Patty,
                     JEKYLL AND HYDE- Lucy, SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN- Lina, GREASE- Sandy and MY FAIR
                     LADY- Eliza. Some television credits include: “That's Life,” “Problem Child 3,” and “The
                     Indiana Jones Special.” She would like to thank her agent Steven Dry and also like to
                     thank the most important people in my life...my husband Mark and my two children
Zachary and Sophia, I couldn't do this without you...I LOVE YOU!




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                            Cast Profiles
          TIFFANY RENEE REID (Victoria)
          Tiffany Renee Reid is ecstatic to return to MTW in a musical she’s wanted to do since
          she was in 5th grade. Regional theater credits include: PHANTOM (Belladova,
          Moonlight Amphitheater), BRIGADOON (Maggie, FCLO), MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS
          (MTW), OKLAHOMA! (CLOSBC, Moonlight Amphitheater), JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING
          TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT (Performance Riverside), GUYS & DOLLS (Candlelight
          Pavilion). Not forgetting various Ballets and roles with: Les Grandes Ballets Canadiens
          de Montreal, Los Angeles Ballet, Colorado Ballet and Ballet Pacifica. Many thanks to
          Steve, Dana and Dennis for giving me this opportunity and love to my family for the
          continued support!

          ANDREA TAYLOR (Tantomile)
          Andrea Taylor is delighted to return to the role of Tantomile in Music Theater West’s
          production of CATS, having also played the role at Cabrillo Music Theater and FCLO.
          Other shows include: THE WILL ROGERS FOLLIES (FCLO); 42ND STREET, (FCLO); BEAUTY
          AND THE BEAST, (Cabrillo); SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS, (Cabrillo)… Re-
          gional: BLITHE SPIRIT, 42ND STREET, ONCE UPON A MATTRESS, as well as numerous
          dance concerts. TV/Film: “Married With Children,” “L.A. Kid,” “Monday Morning,” “The
          Boy.” “Meeeow” (



          CARLY WIELSTEIN (Rumpleteazer)
          Carly Wielstein is thrilled to be performing the role of mischievous and trouble-making
          Rumpleteazer in her MTW debut! Originally a classical ballerina, Carly is a recent
          graduate from California State University Fullerton’s acclaimed B.F.A Musical Theatre
          program, and currently resides in Los Angeles. Some of Carly’s favorite roles include,
          Maureen (RENT), Lucy, (YOU’RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN), Cinderella
          (CINDERELLA), Adelaide, (GUYS AND DOLLS), and Joanne (GODSPELL). Carly would
          like to thank to her three precious soul mates for their constant wisdom, the ‘family’ for
          their light, and Mom, Dad, Chels, and Eric for their incredible love.



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                           Production Staff Profiles
DANA SOLIMANDO (Director/Choreographer)                    Theatre, Fullerton CLO and Music Theatre of Wichita.
Dana Solimando made her Broadway debut in CATS             In 2005, he directed/choreographed the first USA
as Rumpleteazer and is excited to be a part of the         licensed school production of CATS in Hartford, Con-
show once more. She is thrilled to be back at Musical      necticut. Other directing credits include JOSEPH AND
Theatre West after choreographing SWING! which             THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT (2008
earned several Ovation nominations in 2002. Direc-         Connecticut Critics Circle Award for Outstanding
tor/choreographer credits include various other pro-       Musical), A CHORUS LINE, WEST SIDE STORY,
ductions of CATS, SWING! (2004 & 2006 Ovation              GYPSY, and ONCE ON THIS ISLAND. Performance
Award- Best Choreography), TOO OLD FOR THE                 Credits include A CHORUS LINE (Paul), CABARET
CHORUS, JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR starring the late           (Emcee), and …FORUM (Hysterium). He is currently
Carl Anderson (NAACP Theatre Award Nomination-             on the faculty at the American Musical & Dramatic
Best Choreography), OLIVER! & ALL SHOOK UP. She            Academy in New York City.
also choreographs for Crystal Cruises. Performing
credits: Tiger Lily in the Broadway/ A&E Video pro-        PAUL GARMAN (Executive Director/Producer)
duction of PETER PAN, as well as numerous other            Paul began his association with Musical Theatre West
Broadway Nat’l tours & regional productions:               in 1963 as a performer when the company was
SWING!, SUGAR BABIES, GREASE, OKLAHOMA,                    known as Whittier Civic Light Opera.. He continued
GYPSY, RADIO CITY CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR,                   performing throughout high school and at UCLA. He
JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR, A CHORUS LINE …She                 has served as producer for Musical Theatre West
has appeared on VH-1, MTV, “The Today Show,”               since the mid-1970s. Prior to that he served seven
“General Hospital.” Dana is also a teacher for UCI.        years as the company's President. Of the 161 Musi-
Many thanks to everyone at MTW, Dennis Castellano          cal Theatre West major productions, Paul has been
and her co-choreographer and partner in crime Billy        involved with all but 16, producing over 120 of them.
Johnstone. Love to her husband, Buck, step-daughter        Through his guidance and leadership Musical Theatre
Hailey and son, Jude. www.danasolimando.com                West has grown from an amateur community organi-
                                                           zation to a nationally respected regional theater
DENNIS CASTELLANO (Musical Director/Conductor)             group, entertaining over 60,000 patrons annually
Dennis looks fondly at his long relationship with Musi-    and garnering critical acclaim and numerous awards.
cal Theatre West since his first production of GYPSY       In 2007 the organization was presented with the L.A.
back in 1980s. Other projects here at the Carpenter        Drama Critics’ Circle Award for Sustained Excellence
Center include THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE, THE               in theater and last year won the L.A. Ovation awards
KING AND I and MY AND MY GIRL. During the sum-             for Best Musical Ensemble as well as Best Featured
mer months, Dennis musically directs for the Sacra-        Actress in a Musical, to add to their many awards
mento Music Circus where he will be conducting THE         over the years. Paul received the Arts Community
PRODUCERS and ANNIE GET YOUR GUN for the                   Leadership award from the Arts Council for Long
2011 season. Past productions there include FUNNY          Beach in 2002 and Arts Education Hero of the Year
GIRL, SPAMALOT, SWEENEY TODD, RAGTIME,                     Award from the Carpenter Performing Arts Center in
CRAZY FOR YOU and LA CAGE AUX FOLLES. Other                2008. He has been inducted into the La Serna High
recent credits include ORDINARY DAYS (West Coast           School Hall of Fame and was honored as Distin-
premiere), PUTTING IT TOGETHER, A LITTLE NIGHT             guished Alumni of Whittier by the Whittier Historical
MUSIC and SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE                   Society. His key passion remains the cultivation of
for South Coast Repertory; JOSEPH…TECHNICOLOR              new works for the musical stage and introducing
DREAMCOAT, THE FULL MONTY, THE BEST LITTLE                 young audiences to musical theater.
WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS and THE SOUND OF MU-
SIC for the Civic Light Opera of South Bay Cities;         STEVEN GLAUDINI (Artistic Director)
and MY FAIR LADY, ANNIE, GREASE, THE UNSINK-               Steven is thrilled to be on the wonderful team at
ABLE MOLLY BROWN and GUYS & DOLLS for                      Musical Theatre West. For five years Steven served
McCoy/Rigby Entertainment. Dennis heads the Music          as the Executive Director/Producer of Performance
Theatre program at UC Irvine and is very proud of          Riverside, a non-profit professional theatre company
his students working on the musical theatre stages of      in the Inland Empire. Under his leadership he brought
Broadway and the nation’s regional theatres.               wide acclaim to his venue with his varied show selec-
                                                           tions and along the way won several awards, chiefly
BILLY JOHNSTONE (Co-Director/Choreographer)                the 2004 L.A. Stage Alliance Ovation Award for Best
Billy is very happy to escape the frigid temperatures      Musical for his production of 1776. Steven had spent
of the East Coast to once again work on CATS with          the two years prior to joining the MTW family as an
his colleague (and former Rumpleteazer) Dana Soli-         Equity Agent for KSR in Studio City. Steve also is an
mando. His longtime affiliation with the show began        Award-winning director and sites these shows as
when he toured the U.S. as Mungojerrie , followed by       favorites: MTW’s recent hits ANNIE with Andrea
playing Coricopat on Broadway (Record Breaking/            McArdle, LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS, THE PRODUC-
Final Company). In addition to this production he has      ERS (Two 2009 Ovation Awards), ALL SHOOK UP
co-directed/choreographed CATS at Cabrillo Music           (2008 Ovation Nomination for Best Musical and Best
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                           Production Staff Profiles
Director), THE FULL MONTY, THE PIRATES OF PEN-           likes it best when the phone keeps ringing. Ms. Ferrin
ZANCE, and THE PAJAMA GAME. Other favorites              is the President of Sound Advice LLC. Please visit
include: MISS SAIGON, CATS, LES MISÉRABLES (2008         www.soundadvicedesigns.com. Thank you for support-
San Diego Theatre Critic’s Circle Award for Best         ing the arts and keeping theatre alive in Long Beach.
Director), WEST SIDE STORY (2007 San Diego Thea-
tre Critic’s Circle Award for Outstanding Resident       STANLEY D. COHEN (Stage Manager)
Musical), A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC, CABARET, TRIUMPH         Stan is excited to return to MTW where he previously
OF LOVE, COMPANY, CHILDREN OF EDEN (2003                 has stage managed SWEENEY TODD, SILK STOCK-
Robby Award for Best Musical and Best Director),         INGS and THE PAJAMA GAME. Stan is the production
SWEET CHARITY, SHE LOVES ME, CAROUSEL (2000              stage manager for Moonlight Stage Productions in
Robby Award for Best Director), and the Los Angeles      Vista. Highlights have included MISS SAIGON, OKLA-
Premiere of MY FAVORITE YEAR for the Musical             HOMA!, CATS, 42ND STREET, LES MISÉRABLES, WEST
Theatre Guild. Steven was honored to receive the         SIDE STORY, ANNIE GET YOUR GUN, THOROUGHLY
2004 Ovation Award for Best Actor in a Musical for       MODERN MILLIE, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, CABARET,
his portrayal of John Adams in 1776, a role he re-       KISS ME, KATE, SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN, RAGTIME,
cently recreated this past July at MTW. He thanks        CRAZY FOR YOU, CHESS, PHANTOM, and SWEENEY
Dana, Dennis, Billy, Paul, Stan, Mary, the tireless      TODD. Other credits: THE FULL MONTY, GUYS AND
MTW staff, and this phenomenal cast and crew of          DOLLS (San Diego Musical Theatre); THE HISTORY
Cats.                                                    BOYS, A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC (Cygnet Theatre). He
                                                         thanks Dana, Billy, Steve, Paul and Mary for the
KEVIN CLOWES (Technical Director)                        wonderful experience.
Kevin is happy to be working on his 68th production
with Musical Theatre West. Over the years, his duties   MARY RITENHOUR (Assistant Stage Manager)
have included Set Designer, Technical Director, Master  Mary started working with Musical Theatre West as
Carpenter, Lighting Designer. In addition to MTW,       the Properties Mistress for ANNIE in 1989. Since
Kevin has worked as a Technical Director for McCoy-     1997 she has served as the Assistant Stage Manager
Rigby Entertainment, Stagelight Family Productions      on each MTW production. Of the 89 shows she’s been
and spent five seasons with CLO of South Bay Cities.    a part of she’s seen a wide array of musical comedy,
Kevin is instructor of Scene Design and Technical       but she counts CHILDREN OF EDEN, SINGIN’ IN THE
Production at Fullerton College. Thanks, Paul. We did   RAIN, RAGTIME and THE FULL MONTY among her
it again.                                               favorites. Mary is currently accepting bribes to keep
                                                        from making public some of the stories she’s heard
JEAN-YVES TESSIER (Lighting Designer)                   over the years. If this applies to you and you’re short
Selected local musical theatre and drama credits on cash, anything pumpkin will do.
include: SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN (2008 Ovation Nomi-
nation for Lighting Design), WHITE CHRISTMAS, CATS, YOLANDA ROWELL (Costume Coordinator)
BREAKING UP IS HARD TO DO, (Cabrillo Musical It’s great to be back for another season with MTW.
Theater); SWEENEY TODD, LITTLE SHOP OF HOR- The stage has been an important part of my life for
RORS, ALL SHOOK UP, THE PAJAMA GAME, ALTAR over 45 years. Although my theatrical experience
BOYZ, THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE, ANNIE started on the stage as a child, I have been in the
(Musical Theatre West); THE HOUSEWIVES OF wardrobe realm for the last 25 years. I have had the
MANNHEIM, LOOT, IN THE CONTINUUM (Ensemble good fortune to work with some talented designers,
Theatre Company); DREAMGIRLS (Moonlight Amphi- many fine actors, and a host of knowledgeable pro-
theater); SWEENEY TODD, THE SECRET GAR- duction staff members throughout Southern California.
DEN (Lewis Family Playhouse); EQUUS, THE FULL Theatre groups have included FCLO, Performance
MONTY, MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM (Riverside Riverside, CLO of South Bay Cities, McCoy Rigby, The
College); numerous dance concerts including THE Welk Resort and 3D Theatricals. Life is good. I would
RAZOR’S EDGE, CELEBRATE DANCE and EXOTICA like to thank my family and friends for being such an
PERSE; Jean-Yves is also resident lighting designer for important part of my work and my life.
Performance Riverside and national lighting director
for MENOPAUSE THE MUSICAL..                             MARK HOYER (Hair/Makeup Specialist)
                                                        Mark Travis Hoyer brings more than eighteen years
JULIE FERRIN (Sound Designer)                           of experience in theatrical wig and makeup design to
 Ms. Ferrin is so happy to finally be working on CATS, Musical Theatre West. He has worked on numerous
it is one of those shows she has never done before. national Broadway tours. Favorites include WICKED,
Julie most recently designed MOONLIGHT AND RENT, THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA and THE LION
MAGNOLIAS at the Colony Theatre, THE FIRST JOEL KING. He is a member of the International Alliance of
for the Troubador Theatre Company and the Christ- Stage and Theatrical Employees, Local 706, and lives
mas tree lighting ceremonies at Fashion Island. Julie in Long Beach with his partner, Bob, and their three
has designed over 160 productions, including three dogs.
national tours and received many awards, but she
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      Musical Theatre West Tribute Donations
 One of the most touching ways to pay honor or tribute to a friend, family member or loved one
 is to make a donation in their name to a favorite charity or non-profit. Musical Theatre West is
 honored to have received the following tribute donations between October 15, 2010 and Febru-
 ary 1, 2011:
                In Memory of Eileen Allen                                    In Memory of David Hauser
                      James Allen                                                 Mary Lu Hauser
               In Memory of David Brown                                       In Memory of Mary Hess
                     Kay Wittmack                                                  Paul Garman
            In Memory of Jeffrey John Collard                               In Memory of Foster Hooper
                 Kathleen & John Elkins                                           Mari Hooper
                In Memory of Patsy Ennen                                     In Honor of Ethel Jameson
                       Ann Sines                                                  Georgene Stringer
             In Memory of Buddy Feinsinger                                   In Memory of Dick Littman
                  Charlene Strawbridge                                             Reno Littman
              In Memory of Don Garman                                       In Memory of George Metzger
                   Kathy & Dick Smith                                             Barbara Metzger
                    Nancy Koblensky
                                                                               In Memory of Pat Mills
                      Jackie Francis
                                                                                   Linda Schleiger
                    Jerry McManigal
                       R.E. Schulze                                      In Honor of Catherine Van Winkle
          Orange County SeniorsÊ Golf Association                                 Dana Bialowas
                     Jennifer Garner
                                                                       In Honor of Lowell Elementary School
                     Lenore Garman
                                                                               Teacher Pam Parkin
                In Honor of Paul Garman                                            Beth Widmark
                 Martin Levitt, Bea Frankel
                     and Jamie Smith
     For information on making a tribute donation please call (562) 856-1999 x227


  MUSICAL THEATRE WEST LEGACY SOCIETY
If Musical Theatre West has been an important part of your life, you can help create this same experience for future
generations by including us in your estate plans. Leaving a bequest will ensure that musical theater remains a vital part
of the Southern California arts community.
The Musical Theatre West Legacy Society honors individuals who, by including MTW in their long-range financial and
estate plans, choose to create a personal legacy and help to ensure MTWÊs financial strength for future generations. Gifts
include bequests via a will or living trust, life insurance and retirement plan assets. Future plans can include gift annui-
ties and charitable trusts as well. These gifts may entitle you to an estate tax deduction equal to the amount of the gift,
thus reducing your taxable estate. In most instances federal estate tax regulations place no limit on the amount of your
estate tax deduction for qualifying gifts, thus encouraging bequests made to a charitable cause such as MTW.
Whatever the size of your estate, a bequest allows you to determine how your assets will be disbursed after your lifetime.
A charitable gift to Musical Theatre West through a bequest may also reduce probate costs and increase the assets you
leave to your loved ones. If you have remembered Musical Theatre West in your estate plans and wish to be honored as
a member of the Legacy Society, please contact Paul Garman at (562) 856-1999 x227 so your name can be added to the
growing list of patrons who are joining the Legacy Society.

          MUSICAL THEATRE WEST LEGACY SOCIETY MEMBERS
             Lucy Daggett • Don & Lenore Garman • Paul Garman
           Sheldon & Shell Whitney Grossman • Sara Wenkle Kaplan
        Len & Tommye Lovett • John Montgomery • Joe & Edna Moore
       Ken & Dottie Reiner • Helene Rose • Virginia Waters • Jerry Wulk
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  MTW PRODUCER’S CLUB
        A   MUSICAL THEATRE WEST EXPERIENCE LIKE NO OTHER.
         For a $2,000 annual donation to the MTW Producer’s Club,
                              members receive:
                 Reserved paid parking in the Carpenter Center lot
                Access to the members-only Producer’s Club lounge
                   before performances and during intermission
             “White-Glove” service from the MTW Box Office,
           including VIP exchange privileges, waiving of service fees,
        and additional special discounts on the best seats in the house!
             Paul Garman’s concierge service, arranging tickets to
             Broadway shows and theatre happenings in Los Angeles
     Exclusive “Behind-the-Scenes” events (recent events included a
  private table reading of the upcoming World Premiere Summer of Love )
          Invitations to Meet-the-Cast dinners and Opening Night parties
Interested in becoming a member of Musical Theatre West’s most exclusive club?
Please call Executive Director/Producer, Paul Garman at 562.856.1999 x227




            MTW PRODUCER’S CLUB 2011 MEMBERS
                                       as of February 1, 2011


            Don & Judy McNulty Black                           Bill & Pauline Henry
                   Allen Cagle                                  Mary Ellen Kilsby
             Kathy Baker Campbell                            Betty Anne Kirkpatrick
                  Cindy Costello                              Len & Tommye Lovett
             Howard & Elaine Davis                            Rita Jensen Michener
              Jim & Nancy Gaines                               Joe & Edna Moore
                 Lenore Garman                               Larry & Shari Nemirow
                  Paul Garman                            Richard Neri & Kurt Schulzman
             Robert & Susan Green                              Ken & Dottie Reiner
                 Frances Grover                        Arlene Solomon & Sidney Schulman
               Jon & Amanda Hall                                     Earl Shea
                   Liz Handley                                      Joan Wells
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                        Musical Theatre West Guild
CATS, Yes! As we all know, there are as many           Guild will strive to make your trip to the theater
different kinds of cats, as there are cat lovers.      and the time you spend with us special. Our
One thing I’m sure we can all agree upon, An-          volunteers are the men and women who welcome
drew Lloyd Webber’s CATS, the musical, is one          you to the theater, give you your program, and
of the most memorable musicals of all time. The        show you to your seat. We work behind the
show opened in London in 1981, and the follow-         scenes in the office, feed the cast, help with
ing year on Broadway. CATS won the prestigious         costumes, and provide you with some wonderful
Tony Award for Best Musical in 1983, and went          shopping opportunities at our Gift Booth. Profits
on to run for 18 years. CATS, has been one of          from our Gift Booth provide funds to help sup-
the top requested shows on our audience surveys        port our Education and Outreach Programs.
for several years. At last, Musical Theatre West       Please stop by and take a look at some of our
is able to bring you our production of this won-       lovely merchandise. Your purchases provide an
derful show. Now, join us in the alley to meet         opportunity for us to bring live entertainment to
some very interesting and different cats. We, the      youth in the area.
Musical Theatre West Guild, thank you for join-
ing us for the second production of our 2010-    If you love the theater, enjoy working with others
2011, season. Let the MEMORY live again.         and have some time to spare, please consider
                                                 joining us as a member of the MTW Guild. Stop
On another note, let me take a moment to tell by and pick up a membership brochure in the
you about the MTW Guild, a group of dedicated lobby.
volunteers, I am very proud to represent, who
give generously of their time and talent to help Pat DeRouen, Guild President
assure your MTW entertainment experience is a
great one. During this, our 58th season, the MTW


                     Sara Forster                                            Wynne Wilson
         Vice President- Volunteer Coordinator                                Secretary

                 Mary Kay Peterson                                          Sharlene Jacobsen
              Vice Presidents - Gift Booth                                       Treasurer

                   Mary Lou Broyles                                          Carole Brennan
              Vice President - Membership                                     Past President


Carol Ambarian              Mary Lou Broyles           Teri Edwards                  David Glynn *
Beverly Anderson            Shirley Brunner            Erika Eidam                   Dorothy Glynn *
John Arbogast               Emily Buss                 Walt Eidam                    Juel Goldstock
Cricket Aster               Allen B. Cagle *°          Stan Eiler                    Janet Goodwin
Joan Autry                  Mary Cahill °              Ernie Eperjesi                Allegra Gordon *
Sheila Babi                 Judy Carter-Johnson        Sharon Eperjesi               Joe Gorin *
Jeanne Badgley              Adrienne Casson            Sylvia Fedak                  Sharon Gorin *
Diana Baldwin               Henry Casson               Joan Fish                     Marilyn Gotz
Mary Baxter                 Barbara Coffey-Voradran    Lucy Fitch                    Shirley Green
Fran Benveniste             Margaret Conway            Sara Forster                  Gene Griffin
Shirley Berko               Tony Conway                Martha Frank                  Nancy Griffin
Stan Berko                  Juvet Dakay                Cheryl Fuerth-Marx            Ethel Gross
Jeannie Berro               Nona Daly                  Estrid Furnes                 Margaret Guttler
Barbara Bertoldi            Allie Daniels *            Marie Gallagher               Nancy Hagthrop
Ruth Best                   Florence Dartt             Paul Garman *                 Billy Hall
Mary Betzner *              Sandra deDubovay           Charles Garside               Fern Hamilton
Rose Boardman               Pat DeRouen                Rhonda Garside                Patty Hansen
Dorothy Boots               Maryan Derry *             Cathy Gause                   Mary Hanson *
Les Braunstein              Joe DiDonato               Mark Geller                   Donna Heckenlaible *
Marsha Braunstein           Elaine Dovgard             Rita Geller                   Paulette Hentzen
Carole Brennan              Barbara Eannarino          Karin Gill                    Lorraine Hewitt
Janice Brennan              John Edwards               JoAna Ginsberg                Marge Higgins *

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Richard Higgins *          Larry Lenihan              Mary Kay Petersen      Pauline Strong *
Sandy Hollandsworth        Evelyn Levin               John Petty             Audrey Swearengen
Jack Howes                 Fred Locarnini             Jenny Pieters          Andrea Szeredy
Pat Howes                  Marnos Lelesi *            Sarah Pool             George Tagliapietra
Bill Hudacek               Alycia Lundberg S          Judie Quinlan          Eileen Tett
Phil Infelise              Tracy Lundberg             Eloda (Dodie) Reeves   Bev Tilson
Bob Inselberg              Pamela Mah                 Daniel Reich           Bob Turner
Joan Inselberg             Debbie Mahaffey            Donna Robinson         Gene Udelf
Donna Jackman              Barbara Mais               Jeanne Roerig          Maureen Udelf
Sharlene Jacobsen          Irene Markowski            Harold Roman           Carol Uhrhan
Judy Jacobson              Judi Matsen *              Peggy Roman            Gunther Uhrhan
Collie Janda               Carol Mawhinney            Marion Rosenblum *     Stella Ungar
Bobbie Janiak              Andrea McClintock          Norber Rosenblum *     Ellie Urcis
Eleonore Johnson           Cheryl McEnulty            Judy Ross              Usha Vasishth
Susanne Karlan             Doreen McGowan             Carina Rowuim          Avalee Wagner
Glenn Karter               Mary Lynn McMillan         Mary Pat Sabol         Lietta Wagner
Janet Karter               Dorothy Meyer              Diane Saltzman         Sherlene Wallis
Harry Kehm                 Jill Michener              Shirley Schnee         Lorraine Ward
Wesla Kerr *               Rita Michener              Robert Sciortino       Judy Weckerly
Donald Kessler             Earl Miller                Gloria Sedore          Joan Wells *
Joyce Kessler              Harriette Millman °        Shelley Sherman †°     Janette White
Sandra Ketchum *           Mo Mohler                  Kay Sherwin *°         Chuck Whitson
Frances (Molly) Kierulff   Pat Mohler                 Alma Shewell           Diana Wilkins
Barbara Klein              John Montgomery            Joanna Simmons         Wynne Wilson
Ted Klein                  Patricia Moran             Gail Slater            Jerry Wulk
Harriette Kohorn           Connie Naranjo             Nancy Slusher          Eveline Ying
Cordell Krabbenhoft *      Florence Nesland           Jean Smith             Dorace Zeif †°
Janet Krabbenhoft          Donna O'Keefe              Judy Sorensen
Lilly Kramer               Ann Palmer                 Millie Sorensen        † Honorary Member
Louis Krieger              Sandra Paskus              Larue E. Souddress     ° Charter Member
Louise Lambden             Jan Patton                 Georgene Stringer *°   * Sustaining Member
Donna Lenihan              Claire Pelonis *           Allan Strong




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                 Musical Theatre West Footlighters
Welcome to CATS, a musical composed by Lord                  rounded education of students and provides an op-
Andrew Lloyd Webber based on T. S. Eliot’s “Old              portunity not available otherwise. Additionally Foot-
Possum’s Book of Practical Cats.” The production has         lighters offers scholarships each year to high school
won many awards including the Tony Award for Best            students who wish to pursue a career in the theater.
Musical. It has set records on Broadway and in Lon-          Our Scholarship Committee has contacted local high
don, and is now being brought to you by our own              schools to encourage students to apply, and the com-
Musical Theatre West. Get set for a performance of           mittee members have been attending many high
singing, dancing and acrobatics! The Jellicle cats were      school productions to gain knowledge about the con-
originally depicted by Eliot as common black and             tenders. Auditions will take place in early April, with
white cats whose daytime nature is peaceful, pleasant        the winners announced at Music in the Morning on
and restful, but who possess an active love of night-        June 18th where they will perform before a live audi-
life. They like to gather at the “Jellicle Ball” and will    ence and receive their award.
be singing Jellicle songs for Jellicle cats, because
“Jellicles are and Jellicles do” The name Jellicle cats is
                                                      Footlighters membership is open to all, in support of
a corruption of dear little cats and comes from a     Musical Theatre West. Additional information is avail-
                                                      able in the lobby or by calling the MTW office. We
poem by Eliot entitled “Pollicle Dogs (poor little dogs)
and Jellicle Cats.”                                   are a friendly group, with four luncheon meetings a
                                                      year called Music in the Morning, where excerpts of
Footlighters supports Musical Theatre West by raising each upcoming show are presented. We’d love to
money to support the Education and Outreach Pro- have you join us!
grams. Introducing the youth of our community to
Musical Theater is an important addition to the well- Bev Cook, Footlighters President

          Emily Chronister                          Peggy Miller                               Jan Foster
     Vice President-Membership                  Recording Secretary                       Publicity Chairman
            Carole Jones                           Grace Carroll                              Susan Rose
         Nancy Koblenskey                     Corresponding Secretary               Past President-Parliamentarian
     Vice Presidents-Fundraising                    Kara Nelson                                Liz Minor
             Sande Rice                        Newsletter Chairman                            Jerry Wulk
  Vice President-General Meetings                 Carol Borowkick                      Volunteer Coordinators
            Susan Green                            Karen Larson
   Vice President-Opening Nights               Scholarship Chairmen
             Cecil Cook                            Lorraine Ward
              Treasurer                         Telephone Chairman

Norma Abu-Dayyeh*             Rev. Audrey J. Burge           Barbara Duffy                Dr. Donald Greco
Claudia Albert                Dolores Cady                   Marylou Dunn*                Susan Green*
Grace Alexander*              Shirley Callan                 Judith A. Edson              Mary Griley
Beverly August                Kathy Baker Campbell           Kathy Edwards                Shell Whitney Grossman
Dee Barnard                   Catherine Campion              Erika Eidam*                 Patricia Grisham*
Robbie Bartholomew            Diana J. Carroll               Walter Eidam                 Dr Frances Grover
Yolanda Benavidez             Grace Carroll                  Judy Elder*                  Marvell Gum
Donna Bennett*                Dayvee J. Carrothers           Jackie Ellery                Barbara Hall
Kay Berg                      Pat Cassaday                   Toni Ellis                   Don Hall
Gloria J. Berg                Jeanette Cheshire              Lynn Englehart               La Vonne Hamilton
Jan Binckes                   Jacquelyne Childs              William Englehart            Mary Lee Hand
Judy McNulty Black*           Emily R. Chronister            Stephanie V. Enright         Liz Handley
Don Black*                    Joan Colmar                    Mary Evans                   Sheila Hanley
Dorothy F. Black              Ruth Connell*                  Annemarie Forster            Dr. William Hanley
Shirley Black                 Beverly M. Cook*               Sara Forster                 Joanne Harber
Iris Blackmore                Cecil Cook                     Jan Foster                   Gayle Harris
Andrea Blaser*                Norma Cowles                   La Moyne Freed               Mary Lu Hauser*
Rosemarie Boll                Beverly Culbertson             Paul Garman*                 Marilyn Hauser
Carol Borowick                Henrietta Daniels              Doris Garvin                 Jan Hawk
Phyllis J. Bowles*            Maryan E. Derry                Barbara Gaylord*             Sue Hawkes
Mary Alice Braly*             Pat Dowd*                      Ned Gaylord                  Ann Hayden*
Noreen Brown                  Doris Drew                     Terry Marté Greco            Hanna Hodgetts
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Marjorie Holmes          Norma Marter*              Gloria Porter            Bobbie Soupos
Mari Hooper*             Judy Mason                 Carolyn Steuber Powers   Daryl Stokes
Becky Jenks              Judi Matsen*               Darlene Quinn            Pauline Strong
Bill Johnson             Karen McBride*             Lynette Rausch           Peggy Strople
Judy Johnson             Patty McCarty*             Verna M. Rea             Betty Sunofsky
Marjorie Johnson         Dorothy McDermott*         Dottie Reiner*           Patricia J. Sutch
Carole A. Jones          Catherine McHugh           Larry Rice*              Sara L. Tatti*
Vivian Kiley*            Lavonne McQuilkin          Sande Rice*              Marilyn Teele
Laura Killingsworth*     Darlene Mee                Irene W. Rich            Romola Temkin
Mary Ellen Kilsby        Sunelei 'Sunny' Meylor     Shirley Rich             Marlene Temple*
Rosemarie Kimmerle       Janice Miklas              Patti Richmond           Marjorie TeWinkle
Betty Anne Kirkpatrick   Peggy Miller               Jacquelyn Riegel*        Thomasina Thomson
Barbara Klein*           Julia G. Mills             Susan Rose               Shirley Thronson
Ted Klein                Liz Minor*                 Charlotte Roush*         Barbara Vaught
Verra Klinkert           Tally Mintie               Lorna Rowland            Lisa Viets
Joan Knight              Erlene Minton              Diana Rummel             Patricia D. "Pat" Walker
Nancy Koblensky*         Charlotte Mitchell         Mary Pat Sabol*          Lorraine Ward*
Irena Kohn               Bettye Mitchell            Maria P. Saltzgaver      Eva Watrous
Shirley Lamm             Pat Mohler                 Shirley Schnee*          Myra L. Weiss*
Dorothy Lantz            John Montgomery*           Robert Sciortino         Joan Wells*
Karen Larson             Annie Morales              Rosemary Scott           Jann Whisenant*
Sylvia H. Law            Joy Mullen                 Natalie Sellers          Ruth B. Whitcomb
Marnos Lelesi            Marcia Myers               Betty Shaw               Merna White
Marian Locke             Dolores Nason*             Earl Shea*               Carol Willcut
Mel Locke                Kara Nelson                B J Sherwin              Sondra Williamson
Marilyn Lonsdale         Shari Nemirow*             Sandra Sherrard          Arnie Winer
Nicki Lopez              Larry Nemirow              Jan Simonian*            Noreen Wood*
Len Lovett               Alice O'Keefe              Ann Sines                Mary Anne Wozniak
Tommye Lovett*           Ginny Oleen*               Lisa Sinsheimer          Jerry Wulk*
Gay Lovins               Dorothy Palaski            Paula Skaugstad          Esther Yellam
Marlene Madsen*          Jan Paleno                 Arlene Solomon*          Janet Young
Pamela J. Mah            Beverly Pandora            Jaacques Sopkin
Elaine Marks*            Elaine Marie Paradzick*    Sally Sopkin             *Charter Member
Tom Marks*               Sandra J. Paskus*          Beverly Souders




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             Musical Theatre West Star Supporters
  Musical Theatre West gratefully recognizes the following donors who
          have helped us support our mission this past season.
         (Those listed have contributed $50 or more between January 1 and December 31, 2010)
HONORARY LIFETIME PATRON                Universal Care, Signal Hill          Mary Louise Ferguson, Laguna Beach
Charles & Mary Hanson, Whittier                                              Carlos & Esperanza Garcia,
Beverly Harris, Whittier                CELEBRITY                                   Hacienda Heights
                                        Jim & Kellie Bieber, San Clemente    Paul Garman, Laguna Beach
GUARANTOR                               Allen B. Cagle, MD, Whittier         Ned & Barbara Gaylord, Long Beach
Ackerman Family/Evalyn M. Bauer         Gary & Judy Cooper, Long Beach       Mel & Gary Gerber, Laguna Niguel
Foundation, Long Beach                  Cindy Costello, Long Beach           Denne & Anne Goldstein, Encino
Arts Council for Long Beach             Patricia J. DeRouen, Cypress         George & Kim Heuser, Long Beach
Carpenter Performing Arts Center,       Nancy & Jim Gaines, Long Beach       Jim & Marjorie Howard,
      Long Beach                        Dr. Robert & Susan Green, Lakewood          Hacienda Heights
Musical Theatre West Footlighters       William & Sheila Hanley, Long Beach  Gene & LeAnn Johnson, Long Beach
Fred & Charlene Gamm,                   Bill & Pauline Henry, Santa Monica   Nancy Koblensky, Los Alamitos
      Huntington Beach                  Laura Killingsworth, Long Beach      Louise Lakoff, Long Beach
Musical Theatre West Guild              Betty Anne Kirkpatrick, Long Beach   Alexander & Marnos Lelesi, Long Beach
Ken & Dottie Reiner, Long Beach         Don & Julie Knabe, Cerritos          Mel & Marian Locke, Hacienda Heights
                                        John & Joan Knight, Long Beach       Judith Matsen, Buena Park
BENEFACTOR                              Bettye Mitchell, Long Beach          Rita Michener, Long Beach
Kathy Baker Campbell,                   John Montgomery, Whittier            Larry & Sande Rice, Long Beach
      Huntington Beach                  Richard Neri & Kurt Schulzman,       Douglas & Cathleen Richie, Long Beach
Marlene Greenleaf, Albuquerque, NM             Long Beach                    Jacquelyn Riegel, Laguna Beach
Don Knabe, Los Angeles County Board     Edward Parker, Los Angeles           Ted & Shirley Schnee, Lakewood
of Supervisors                          Duane Rose, Long Beach               Robert Sciortino, Long Beach
Sara Wenkle Kaplan, Laguna Niguel       Earl Shea, Seal Beach                Ken & Cheryl Simpson, Orange
Mary Ellen Kilsby, Long Beach           Jacques & Sally Sopkin,              Jim & Lisa Sinsheimer, Huntington Beach
Joe & Edna Moore, Hacienda Heights             Newport Beach                 Jean Bixby Smith, Long Beach
Arlene Solomon & Sidney Schulman,       Stephen & Sheryl Troeger, Long Beach Bill & Bonnie Stoeppelman, San Pedro
Long Beach                              David E. & Myra Weiss, Whittier      Henry & Julia Taboada, Long Beach
Joan Wells, Long Beach                  Noel & Bernice Wenkle, Laguna Niguel Marc & Sybil Tamaroff,
                                        Dr. Sandy & Susanna Witzling,               Huntington Beach
SPONSOR                                        Long Beach                    Garrett & Marjorie TeWinkle,
Anonymous                                                                           Seal Beach
Bess J. Hodges Foundation, Long Beach   STAR                                 Daniel & Anne Fraser Thomas,
Don & Judy McNulty Black, Seal Beach    James Allen, Bellflower                     Long Beach
Steve & Frances Conley, Long Beach      Patti Beckman, Irvine                Madalyne & Peter Ursano, Long Beach
Howard & Elaine Davis, Long Beach       Michael Betts, Long Beach            Betty Webster, Signal Hill
Dr. Donald J. Greco &                   Margo Lee Bishop, San Clemente       Dr. & Mrs. Richard Wigod, Long Beach
       Terry Marté Greco, Long Beach    Barbara Bixby Blackwell, Long Beach  George Wong Jr. M.D., Westminster
Patricia Grisham &                      Kozell & Sally Boren, Long Beach     Arch & Janet Young, Long Beach
       George Kent, Reno, NV            James & Liz Breslauer, Long Beach
Sheldon & Shell Whitney Grossman,       Karen Brown, Trabuco Canyon          LEADING ROLE
       Huntington Beach                 Richard & Mary Carpenter,            Anonymous
Jon & Amanda Hall, Long Beach                  Thousand Oaks                 John & Augusta Adams, Signal Hill
Liz Handley, Long Beach                 Cecil & Bev Cook, Long Beach         Syl Alper, Long Beach
Mari Hooper, Long Beach                 Monica Coward, Los Angeles           Jefferson Asher & Jan Foster,
Edison International, Rosemead          Lucy Daggett, Long Beach                    Long Beach
Lucia Kos, Long Beach                   Bob & Janis Dominguez, Long Beach    Linda Barnett, Anaheim
Len & Tommye Lovett, Long Beach         Marylou Dunn, Long Beach             Robert & Donna Betts, Long Beach
Larry & Shari Nemirow, Seal Beach       Janet Emery, Sierra Madre            Dr. Myron J. & Paula Bloom,
Don & Marlene Temple, Long Beach        Cleo & Mary Evans, Long Beach               Long Beach

                                         MUSICAL THEATRE WEST
                   •Enriches the cultural life of the community through musical theater;
                       •Preserves musical theater as a unique American art form;
                           •Cultivates and educates the audience of tomorrow
                                through education and outreach programs.
                          Musical Theatre West is a California 501(c)3 Non-Profit Corporation
                                         and all donations are tax-deductible.
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                  MTW Star Supporters (continued)
Pam Bloxham, South Gate                  Kathryn Smith, Costa Mesa                 Sharon Kinard, La Mirada
Rosemarie Boll, Cerritos                 Patricia Smith, Montebello                Gary & Becky Kirkpatrick,
Robert & Marty Bolling, Seal Beach       Dr. S.T. Stagg III & Anne Relph,                 Sherman Oaks
Ron Brunner, Long Beach                         Mission Viejo                      Bob & Ilse Kirste, San Pedro
Richard & Martha Bushnell,               Betty Sunofsky, Long Beach                Ruth Kizior, Anaheim
       Mission Viejo                     Al & Marilynn Sykes, Long Beach           Patricia Kono, Seattle, WA
Dayvee Carrothers, Long Beach            Judge Judith A. & Leo Vander Lans,        Wilann Korth, Long Beach
Craig & Sharon Chidester, Reno, NV              Long Beach                         Dwayne & Karen Larson, Long Beach
Jim & Melanie Choura, Long Beach         Kathleen & Jerry Waletzko,                Dr. Allan H. Lifson & James Neuman,
Alvin & Helen Colclasure,                       Garden Grove                       California Educational Consultant
       Fountain Valley                   Lorraine Ward, Long Beach                 Group, Inc., Costa Mesa
Norma Cowles, Huntington Beach           Dr. John Whalley &                        Bob & Betty Lindgren, Long Beach
Eva Dover, Mission Viejo                        Ms. Yvonne Whalley, Long Beach     Natalie & Joe Lissak, Lakewood
Kinde Durkee, Long Beach                 Linda Watson Wheeler Family,              Noreen Littman, Palm Desert
Ronald & Alice Enyeart, Sedona, AZ              Long Beach                         Barbara Litton, Ventura
Sandra & Gerry Facon, Long Beach         Jim Witoszynski, Los Angeles              Sharon Loe, Seal Beach
Roy & Gladys Flair, Long Beach           Joan & William Worrell, Los Alamitos      Jerome & Flora Loeb, Long Beach
Susan & Robert Floyd, Norco              Esther Yellam, Long Beach                 Marlene Madsen, Seal Beach
Bob & Nancy Foster, Long Beach                                                     Pamela Mah, Long Beach
Miriam Garland, Long Beach               FEATURED ROLE                             Gail Mandell, Seal Beach
Mark & Deborah Goldfarb, Seal Beach      Claudia Albert, Garden Grove              Virginia Mason, Chickamauga, GA
Stuart & Adrienne Green, Long Beach      Marc & Jan Benard,                        Janice Miklas, Los Alamitos
Dave & Marjorie Griswold, Meeks Bay             Rancho Palos Verdes                Tally Mintie, Long Beach
In Memory of Larry Hansell               Bernice Bornstein, La Habra               Annie Morales, Long Beach
Mary Lu Hauser, Long Beach               Adele Brown, Seal Beach                   Sidney & Dorothy Neblett, Orange
Ken & Sue Hawkes, Whittier               Cathy Brown, Cerritos                     Janis O`Brien-Nelson, Long Beach
Roy & Elda Hearrean, Long Beach          Roy & Karen Brown, Signall Hall           Beverly & William O`Neill, Long Beach
Carole Jones, Long Beach                 Shirley & Michael Callan, Long Beach      Lincoln & Patricia Odell, Irvine
Keith Otsuka & Fran Jutzi, Orange        Catherine Campion, Long Beach             Wayne Perry, Torrance
Leslie & Aaron Kern, Seal Beach          Joyce Carter, Long Beach                  Carolyn Powers, Long Beach
Richard & Barbara Lederer,               Richard & Nancy Celio, Fullerton          James & Carol Preusch, Long Beach
       Long Beach                        Helen Chapkhaneh, Redondo Beach           Carolyn Pryor, Cypress
Robert & Hannah Levine, Los Alamitos     Shirley Chiavetta, Long Beach             David Rae, Los Angeles
Elaine & Tom Marks, Long Beach           Ivan & Emily Chronister, Long Beach       Dr. S.T. Stagg III & Anne Relph,
Burt & Norma Marter, Long Beach          Mark & Lisa Cochrane, Long Beach                 Mission Viejo
Tom & Karen McBride, Long Beach          Edward Conrad, Lakewood                   Shirley Rich, Long Beach
Michael & Dorothy McDermott,             Susan Davis, Long Beach                   Frederich Roos, Cerritos
       Long Beach                        Maryan Derry, Long Beach                  Susan Rose, Long Beach
Ruth McLeod, Palm Desert                 Paul Diego, Long Beach                    Robert & Mary Pat Sabol, Long Beach
David McMahon, Long Beach                Barbara Eckert, Seal Beach                Ethel Severson, Long Beach
Lavonne McQuilkin, Long Beach            Stephanie Enright, Rolling Hills          Barbara Shoag, Long Beach
Jerry Miller & Gail Wassil, Long Beach   Jannis Faller, West Covina                Brad & Judy Silverman,
Harry & Liz Minor, Long Beach            Barnett Feldman, Long Beach                      Trabuco Canyon
John & Michelle Molina, Long Beach       Cheryl Fuerth-Marx, Long Beach            Clara Smith, Los Alamitos
Duane & Dona Morris, Westminster         Nancy Fuller, Long Beach                  Dianna Srock, Roseville, MI
Terry Mulholland, Lakewood               Charles Garcia, Los Alamitos              Steve Stadnick, Lake Forest
Robert & Janet Osborn, Balboa Island     Karin Gill, Lakewood                      Mr. & Mrs. Richard Stahl, Long Beach
Louis Owens, Long Beach                  Thomas & Susan Gillespie, Long Beach      Dr. Michael & Hilda Sugarman,
Marian Pincombe, Long Beach              Joanna Ginsberg, Long Beach                      Fullerton
Dick and Carol Ramseyer, Seal Beach      Sheri Glazebrook, Long Beach              Janet Sugawara, Cerritos
Lynette Rausch, Long Beach               Mary Griley, Long Beach                   Christine Swanson, Arcadia
Michael Repp & Joe Justo, Long Beach     Don Haffner, Long Beach                   Desiree Tanner, Long Beach
Edward & Annette Roberts,                John & La Vonne Hamilton, Long Beach      Cathy Telaneus, Signal Hill
       Pismo Beach                       Joanne Harber, Cypress                    Kathy Verdugo, La Habra
Melinda Roney, Long Beach                Leslie & Christine Hawkes, Los Alamitos   Avalee Ann Wagner, Long Beach
Don & Merry Carol Rudnick,               Eleanore Helvin, La Mirada                Wynne Wilson, Long Beach
       Seal Beach                        Diane Herriges, Orange                    Arnie Winer, Newport Beach
Viktor & Mary Beth Rzeteljski,           Mrs. John Higginson, Long Beach           Kay Wittmack, Dana Point
       Rancho Palos Verdes               Bill Houck, Pasadena                      Daryl & Mary Anne Wozniak,
Harry & Maria Saltzgaver, Long Beach     Margaret Jackson, Chico                          Long Beach
Janice & Bary Schlieder, Long Beach      Bobbie Janiak, Long Beach                 Jerry Wulk, Long Beach
Sandra Sherrard, Huntington Beach        Dr. M. R. & Susan Jayaram, Cypress
Beverle Singer, Long Beach               Eleanor Johnson, Long Beach               UNDERSTUDY
In Memory of Jerry G. Smith              Gloria Kappe, Cerritos                    Grace Alexander, Long Beach

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                  MTW Star Supporters (continued)
Jo Allen, Anaheim                        Phyllis Helland, Huntington Beach       Ann Sines, Long Beach
Wesley & Jan Alston, Long Beach          Jane Hendrixson, La Habra               Jo Skibby, Newport Beach
Janet Anwyl, Huntington Beach            Jaclyn Tilley Hill, Long Beach          Harriet Slifka & Cynthia Slifka Damoth,
Toni Atwell, Long Beach                  Joyce & Jim Jennison, Anaheim                  Whittier
Jeanne Badgley, Long Beach               Bill & Kathleen Johnson, Long Beach     Nancy Slusher, Seal Beach
Terry & Diane Beeman, Anaheim            Michael Repp & Joe Justo, Long Beach    Doris Soriano, Westminster
Edward & Teresa Behnke, Whittier         Dr. Eric & Nancy Kaplan, Long Beach     Daryl Stokes, Buena Park
Carol Bellmaine, Long Beach              Dr. Keith G. Kato, Alta Loma            Georgene & John Stringer, La Mirada
Elayne Bendel, Mission Viejo             Dr. Kay & Arleen Kawahara,              Julie Su, Cerritos
Jan & Tom Binckes, Huntington Beach             Montebello                       Linda & John Sumpter, Long Beach
Marilyn Bittle, Long Beach               Raymond & Eleanor Kelso, Long Beach     Jacqueline Thacker, Long Beach
Shirley Black, Seal Beach                Audrey Kerr, Long Beach                 Mike & Bev Tilson, Cypress
Gerald & Iona Bresnahan, Westminster     Rosemarie Kimmerle, Long Beach          Barbara & Jay Tone III,
Basia Bressickello, Santa Fe Springs     Ray & Shirley Klein, Long Beach                Corona del Mar
Pat & David Brinker, Buena Park          Ted & Barbara Klein, Long Beach         Kenneth & Sharon Varden,
Robert Brown, Laguna Beach               Irena Kohn, Long Beach                         South Pasadena
Grace Carroll, Long Beach                Ann & James Kresl, Long Beach           Alden & Lucy M. Wadleigh,
Eugene Chernoy, Long Beach               Walt & Lois Kuencer, Long Beach                Long Beach
Elliott Christensen, Anaheim             Karen Larson, Costa Mesa                Patricia Walker, Long Beach
Michael Cohn, Rancho Palos Verdes        Irene Leib, Lakewood                    Eva Watrous, Long Beach
Bill & Sharon Coleman, Long Beach        Bonnie Lowenthal, Long Beach            Don & Betty Whitacre,
Susie Contratto, Palm Springs            Gerald McManigal, Santa Barbara                Huntington Beach
Don & Helen De Groot, Santa Ana          James & Carolyn McManigal,              Arthur White, Westminster
Jake & Judy DeRuyter, Long Beach                Carmichael                       Loyd and Ginnie Wilcox, Long Beach
Janice DeRouen, Cypress                  Cheryl McNulty, Long Beach              KC Wilson, Laguna Beach
Ken Dickson, Long Beach                  Richard & Gigi Fusco Meese,             Becky & Roger Wyatt, Seal Beach
Patricia Dowd, Long Beach                       Long Beach                       Ron & Gene Yaffee, Seal Beach
Doris Drew, Long Beach                   Ralph & Jane Rice Mindess,              Patricia Zieg Horn, Long Beach
Judith Edson, Long Beach                        Los Alamitos                     Jo Rae Zuckerman, Long Beach
Kurt Eichsteadt, Long Beach              Richard Mosley, Long Beach
Jack & Judy Elder, Long Beach            Jim & Joy Mullen, Long Beach            CHORUS
William & Lynn Englehart, Long Beach     Nancy Myers, Long Beach                 Anonymous
Pat Estrellas, Anaheim                   Kara & Ronald Nelson, Long Beach        Norma Abu-Dayyeh, Long Beach
Barbara Farr, Rancho Palos Verdes        Karleen Nicholson, Long Beach           Reva & Sy Alban, Long Beach
Beverly Findley, Torrance                Bill & Mary Lou Nicolai, Long Beach     Terry Anderson, Long Beach
Dave & Barbara Flanders, Yorba Linda     Michael & Sharron Nott, Long Beach      Sharon & Dirk Aoto, Seal Beach
Jackie Francis, Long Beach               Virginia Oleen, Long Beach              Howard Applebaum, Hacienda Heights
Bea Frankel, Martin Levitt               Michael Owen, Long Beach                Johnny Arceri, Torrance
        & Jamie Smith, Upland            John & Antoinette Palazzo, Placentia    Harold & Dorothy Ashworth, Anaheim
Lamoyne Freed, Long Beach                Carl & Lenore Pearlston, Torrance       Beverly August, Long Beach
Dr. Wayne & Karen Freeman,               Frances Pianelli, Long Beach            Genevieve & Peter August,
        Long Beach                       Mary Playter, Seal Beach                       Kealakekua, HI
James & Dolores Gibson, Lakewood         Sarah Pool, Long Beach                  Mona Bachmann, Long Beach
Dr. & Mrs. Alvin Glasky, Mission Viejo   Laura Garcia Pulido, Los Angeles        Carole Ball, La Mirada
Becky Goltra, Bellflower                 William & Gail Quan, Whittier           Sue Baltazar, Anaheim
Robert & Phyllis Goodwin, Long Beach     Jack & Darlene Quinn, Long Beach        Albert & Vicki Barilla, Long Beach
Allegra Gordon, Fullerton                George & Beverle Ray, Cerritos          Dee Barnard, Long Beach
Randy Gordon & Nancy Becker,             Verna Rea, Long Beach                   Robbie Bartholomew, Long Beach
        Long Beach                       Carol H. Richards, Aliso Viejo          Elinore Bates-Petoletti, Seal Beach
Phylis Gordon, Huntington Beach          Janet Ritschel, Huntington Beach        Paula Bawden, Lakewood
Joyce Govin, Huntington Beach            Danny Rodgers, Long Beach               Virginia Beard, Huntington Beach
David Greco, San Clemente                Maria Rohaidy, Long Beach               Jimmie & Leila Beebe, Los Angeles
Marvell Gum, Long Beach                  Helene Rose, Long Beach                 Walter & Sharon Beedle, Fullerton
Don & Barbara Hall, Lakewood             In honor of Peggy Sturgis,              Maureen Bell, Long Beach
Ralph & Mary Hand, Long Beach                   Laguna Beach                     Alex & Linda Bellehumeur, Long Beach
Van Hartley, Huntington Beach            Anne Runolfsson, New York, NY           Yolanda Flora Benavidez, Long Beach
Dr. Ronald & Sylvia Hartman,             Thomas & Joy Rybolt, Huntington Beach   Blanche Benisek, Los Alamitos
        Lakewood                         Robert Schureman, Costa Mesa            Tom & Donna Bennett, Long Beach
Jo Ann Harvey, Long Beach                David & Donna Schwien, Seal Beach       Sydney Benowitz, Los Alamitos
Robert Hatch, Long Beach                 Grace Sheldon, Long Beach               Gloria Berg, Long Beach
Marilyn Hauser, Long Beach               B-J Sherwin, Rancho Dominguez           Kay Berg, Long Beach
Keith & Joan Hays, Long Beach            Bob & Kandice Sherwood, Long Beach      Kenneth & Jackie Berger, Long Beach
Robert Hedley, Long Beach                David & Jenny Shlemmer, Long Beach      Margaret Berger, Long Beach
Bernard & Jeane Hein, Garden Grove       Myrna & Leonard Simon, Long Beach       Norman & Jane Berlinger,

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                   MTW Star Supporters (continued)
        Huntington Beach                  Monte & Alene Davis, Long Beach         Karen Gilden, Fountain Valley
Mary Betzner, Long Beach                  Greg Davis, Buena Park                  Alex& Georgia Gilderman,
Francis & Judy Billedeaux, Fullerton      Bern & Margie Dayley, Lake Forest              Huntington Beach
In Honor of Yiero Bilo, Lakewood          Kee De Boer, Los Alamitos               Richard & Irena Glassman, Yorba Linda
Shari Bischof, Huntington Beach           Dorothy Deatherage, Long Beach          Ron & Sandra Glickman, Westminster
Anne Black, Long Beach                    Jacqueline Demler, Long Beach           David & Dorothy Glynn, Long Beach
Dorothy Black, Seal Beach                 Lilian Dendrinos, Huntington Beach      Rose Marie Gomez, Long Beach
Iris Blackmore, Long Beach                George & Gloria Deukmejian, Long        Candelario & Veronica Gonzalez,
Richard Blackshere, Long Beach            Beach                                          Long Beach
Andrea Blaser, Long Beach                 In honor of Catherine Barnett, Downey   Idilio & Elena Gonzalez, La Palma
Barbara Blye, Ventura                     Miles & Dolores Devine, Long Beach      James & Susan Good, Yorba Linda
Carol Borowick & Patricia King,           William Dickinson, Santa Ana            Joe & Sharon Gorin, Fullerton
        Long Beach                        Rosemarie Dicsko, Cerritos              Shirley & Arthur Gottlieb, Long Beach
Phyllis Bowles, Anaheim                   Tami Dienstag, Seal Beach               Richard & Alvena Graham, Seal Beach
Robert & Jacquelyn Bowman,                Donna Dietz, Seal Beach                 Simon & Carla Grieve, Long Beach
        San Dimas                         Susan Dill, Huntington Beach            Debby & Don Griffin, Long Beach
Judith Braddor, Huntington Beach          Doris Donahoe, Long Beach               Janet Grimmett, Long Beach
Bob & Mary Alice Braly, Long Beach        Jerry Donevant, Seal Beach              Evelyn Grisham, La Mirada
Gary & Vicky Breese, Lomita               Elaine Dovgard, Long Beach              Robert & Joan Gross, Long Beach
Carole Brennan, Long Beach                Barbara Duffy, Signall Hall             Michael Gryzik, Whittier
James & Margaret Brewer, Anaheim          Jack & Dawn Duncan, Long Beach          Paul Gutierrez, Long Beach
Karen Briggs, Long Beach                  Joanne Echevarria, Lakewood             Mari & John Halliday, Glendale
Peggy Brizuela, Long Beach                Kathy & Bill Edwards, Long Beach        Sharon & Lynn Hamilton, Seal Beach
Doug & Judy Brown, Roseville              Pam & Barry Ehrreich,                   Jim Hankla, Long Beach
Noreen & Riley Brown, Long Beach                 Huntington Beach                 Carol Hansen, Long Beach
Scott Brunner, Long Beach                 Walter & Erika Eidam, Long Beach        Ann Hanson, Long Beach
Suzette Buchanan, Fullerton               Howard Einberg, Los Angeles             Mary Hanson, Whittier
Audrey Burge, Signal Hill                 Valance & Linda Eisleben, Stanton       Beverly Harris, Whittier
Brooks Burkhalter, Long Beach             Kathleen Elkins, Seal Beach             Gayle Harris, Long Beach
Susan Buttera, Huntington Beach           Jacqueline Ellery, Long Beach           Iris Harris, Whittier
Dolores Cady, Westminster                 Patricia Ann Elliott, Orange            Joyce C. Harris, Long Beach
Mary Callahan, Long Beach                 Toni Ellis, Huntington Beach            Arline M. Harsh, Bellflower
Robert Campbell, Huntington Beach         Donna English, Lakewood                 Jack Hasama, San Pedro
Blanche Cannady, Long Beach               Robert & Terry Erickson, Seal Beach     Janet Hawk, Long Beach
Brenda Carpenter, Long Beach              Joe & Gail Eskew, Irvine                William and Mary Hawk, Redlands
Diana Carroll, Seal Beach                 Larry Ewaska & Gary Naramore,           Ann Hayden, Long Beach
Theodore Carter, Long Beach                      Long Beach                       Donna Heckenlaible, La Mirada
Valerie & Robert Carter, Lakewood         Julie Face, Huntington Beach            Chuck & Nancy Hegelheimer,
Judy Carter-Johnson, Seal Beach           Barbara Fehrenbach, Coto De Caza               Long Beach
Joan & George Casares, Seal Beach         Joyce & Hayley Feldman, Long Beach      Craig & Diana Herron,
Ken & Norma Casford, Whittier             Gabriel & Ernestine Fernety,                   La Habra Heights
Jerry Cassaday, Long Beach                       Long Beach                       Jeff Hickman, Long Beach
Pat & Chuck Cassaday, Long Beach          Gloria Ferry, Huntington Beach          Cheryl and Raymond Hiland,
Sakae & Bilin Chang, Laguna Beach         Edward Ficarra, Long Beach                     Long Beach
Jeanette Cheshire, Long Beach             Pat Fieldgrove, Long Beach              Mrs. Joan V Hill, Hawaiian Gardens
Jacquelyne Childs, Lakewood               Fred & Marilyn Fineman, Seal Beach      Joanne Hilleary, La Mirada
Andrew Choy, Seal Beach                   Mary Ann Fitzpatrick, Long Beach        Ron & Grace Hinders, Torrance
Jolene Clark, Long Beach                  Tibor & Charl Foki, Long Beach          Mary Hinds, Long Beach
Terry Clarke, San Juan Capistrano         Tim & Janet Foley,                      Richard Hochberg, M.D., Long Beach
Duane Clizbe, Fullerton                          Rancho Palos Verdes              Philip & Hanna Hodgetts, Westminster
Harriet Clouse, Whittier                  Lupe Fontaine, Inglewood                Ralph & Julie Hoffman, Alhambra
Charlotte Cochrane, Los Alamitos          M. Lynn Forrester & Bob Baier,          Chris Hogan, Long Beach
Diane & Lewis Colarossi, Coto De Caza            Seal Beach                       Pat Holleran, Long Beach
Joan Colmar, Long Beach                   Annemarie Forster, Long Beach           Marjorie Holmes, Long Beach
Ruth Connell, Long Beach                  Sara Forster, Los Alamitos              Dave & Jane Hood,
Chuck & Evelyn Connors, Long Beach        Bill & Jean Friedrichs, Los Alamitos           Rancho Cucamonga
Janice Cowan, Long Beach                  Janice & Clarence Fuqua, Seal Beach     Ron & Charlyn Hoover, Long Beach
Donovan Craig, Long Beach                 Xavier Galindo, Inglewood               Robert and Viola Hoting, Long Beach
Robert Davies Crossan, II, Los Alamitos   Arnold & Cherie Gamboa, Anaheim         Dr. Glenn & Joyce Howard, Long Beach
Beverly Culbertson, Long Beach            Jennifer Garner, Hacienda Heights       Heidi Hummel-Grant, Westminster
S. L. Curtis, Long Beach                  Doris Garvin, Costa Mesa                Joseph Hunt, Long Beach
Allie Daniels, Paramount                  Lynn & Nanci Gee, Long Beach            Jack & Mary Jo Huntsinger, Long Beach
Henrietta Daniels, Long Beach             Robert Gentile, Anaheim                 Cari Ignarra, Huntington Beach
In Memory of Kathy Tracy                  Ruth Gerber, Newport Beach              Bob & Joan Inselberg, Long Beach

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                   MTW Star Supporters (continued)
George & Gwyneth Irwin, Seal Beach               Long Beach                        Barbara Noble, Los Alamitos
Louis Islander, Long Beach                Gay Lovins, Cerritos                     Diane & Phillip Norris, Lakewood
Buddy Jackson, Long Beach                 Mary Lucero, Los Alamitos                J. Nicholas Nowak, Westminster
Jeanette Jenkins, La Mirada               Richard & Darlene Lunde, Los Alamitos    Esther & Robert Nugent, Lakewood
Becky Jenks, Seal Beach                   Chic & JoAnn Lundgren, Long Beach        Shirley & John Nyquist, Long Beach
Fred & Barbara Jensen, Long Beach         Richard & Shirley Lyddon, Long Beach     Alice O`Keefe, Anaheim
David & Barbara Joel, Long Beach          Peggy & Jim Lymburner, Signal Hill       Edward & Elizabeth Ogle, Orange
Judy Johnson, Long Beach                  Beverly Lyon, Long Beach                 Patricia Omel, Long Beach
Marjorie Johnson, Long Beach              Janice Lysiak, Orange                    Lori Opaczewski-Kapp, La Palma
Ceola Jones, Cerritos                     Rosie Maloof, Long Beach                 Ray & Vickie Orlando,
Donita Joseph, Seal Beach                 John Malthouse, Costa Mesa                      Huntington Beach
Ruth Padway Kaller, Seal Beach            Bob & Carolyn Maney, Long Beach          Laura Orloff, Long Beach
Betty Karnette, Long Beach                Leslee Martin, Los Alamitos              In Memory of Kathleen Tracy
Rosalea Karz, Covina                      Nancy & Guy Martin, Long Beach           Carole Owens, Long Beach
Teachers of Los Angeles                   J. Brett Marymee, Huntington Beach       Ron & Kay Owens, San Clemente
       Unified School District, Cypress   Judy Mason, Huntington Beach             Dorothy Palaski, Seal Beach
Sam & Donna Kelly, Garden Grove           Michael & Carol Masters, Long Beach      Tony & Jan Paleno, Villa Park
John Kendall, Seal Beach                  Gwen Mathews, Seal Beach                 Beverly Pandora, Long Beach
Mary Keown-Watkins &                      Judy Mattson, Long Beach                 Elaine Paradzick, Laguna Hills
       David Watkins, Laguna Beach        Vic & Patty McCarty, Long Beach          Roberta Parkes, Los Alamitos
Wesla Kerr, Long Beach                    Douglas McConaghy, Los Alamitos          Nancy & Andrew Parleto, Los Angeles
Sandra Ketchum, Long Beach                William McDonald, Long Beach             Sandra Paskus, Buena Park
William & Frances Keys, Long Beach        Warren McElroy, Signall Hall             Doris Patterson, La Cañada-Flintridge
Vivian Kiley, Long Beach                  Chuck McFerrin, Long Beach               In honor of Dorothy Paul, Long Beach
Bill & Yvonne Kirkendall,                 Hugh & Catherine McHugh, Long Beach      Lois & Wayne Pecora, Yorba Linda
       Garden Grove                       Glenn & Billie McNeal, Long Beach        Fred & Ann Peitzman, Torrance
Bud & Merna Klecker, Garden Grove         Arthur & Evelyn Meacham, Long Beach      Mary Kay Petersen, Los Alamitos
Gillian Klinkert, Long Beach              Darlene Mee, Long Beach                  Nancy Phillips, Garden Grove
Philip Klinkert, Long Beach               Barbara Metzger, Whittier                Anonymous, Huntington Beach
Verra Klinkert, Long Beach                Robert Meyer, Long Beach                 Riley & Mary Pike, Long Beach
Jean Kluga-Byer, Seal Beach               George & Sunelei Meylor, Seal Beach      Robert & Gloria Porter,
Lauren Knapp, Garden Grove                Clarice Elaine Miller, Westminster              Huntington Beach
Janet & Cordell Krabbenhoft, Anaheim      Melva & Richard Miller, Long Beach       Jean Preston, Long Beach
Don Krokus, Signal Hill                   Michael Miller, Huntington Beach         Claire Rademacher, Whittier
Sharon & Arnold Kushner,                  Peggy Miller, Long Beach                 Ted & Peggy Radoumis,
       Rolling Hills Estates              Phyllis Miller, Long Beach                      Santa Fe Springs
Harry & Linda Kusuda, Cerritos            Jere Millington, Garden Grove            Jean Reed, Sunset Beach
Robert & Eleanor Lake, Los Angeles        Mariann Mills, Santa Ana                 Shary Reed, Seal Beach
Shirley Lamm, Long Beach                  Erlene Minton, Los Alamitos              Ralph & Arlene Rees, Seal Beach
Bonnie Landsberg, Sierra Madre            Charlotte Mitchell, Long Beach           Mary Lou Reid & John Celentano,
Bob & Audrey Langslet, Long Beach         Alan & Joann Miyamoto, Torrance                 Arcadia
Dorothy Lantz, Long Beach                 Randy & Mary Mizer, Long Beach           Sharon C. Reinhart, Huntington Beach
Steve and Dorothy Larson,                 Dick & Joan Moe, Rolling Hills Estates   Gloria & Harold Ressler, Anaheim
       Newport Beach                      Mo & Patricia Mohler, Long Beach         Carol Reynolds, Long Beach
Sylvia Law, Long Beach                    Robert Moll, Long Beach                  Craig & Ann Rice, Orange
David & Mary Ann Lebow, La Mirada         Art & Barbara Moncrief, La Mirada        Ross Rice, Fullerton
Crystal Lee, Long Beach                   Linda Monsen, Long Beach                 Irene Rich, San Pedro
Carl Leong, Whittier                      John T. Moriarty, Long Beach             Mary Rich, Huntington Beach
John Lepick, Long Beach                   Dian Morris, Long Beach                  Patti Richmond, Long Beach
Art Levine, Long Beach                    Sherill & Cathy Moses, La Mirada         Sylvia Rivas, Bellflower
Lois Levine, Westminster                  Edward & Enette Murachver,               Julio Rivera, Huntington Beach
Charles Lewis, Laguna Woods                      Long Beach                        Gary & Christy Roeber, Long Beach
Joan Lewis, Whittier                      Bruce & Pamela Murray, Seal Beach        Carol Rose, Long Beach
Bernard Leytus, Studio City               Leonard & Joalyn Mushin, Cerritos        Barry Rosenberg & Herb Nomura,
Joe & Chris Libeu, Long Beach             Marcia Myers, Long Beach                        Signal Hill
Marvin Lieblein, Long Beach               Dan & Anne Border, Laguna Woods          Norbert & Marion Rosenblum, Anaheim
Lily Lim, Lakewood                        Dennis Nakamura, Artesia                 Willo & Kermit Rosenthal, Norwalk
William Linder, Long Beach                George & Dolores Nason, Long Beach       Josephine Rossello, Long Beach
Joan Lindsey, Long Beach                  Robert & Cheryl Nay, Chino Hills         Deann Roth, Bellflower
Bennett Long, Long Beach                  Gary & Renee Neely, Orange               Ryna Rothberg, Mission Viejo
Marilyn Lonsdale, Long Beach              Margaret Nerio, Huntington Beach         Toby Rothschild, Westminster
Margarita Lopez, Hawthorne                Susan Newman, Long Beach                 Charlotte Roush, Long Beach
Nicki Lopez, Orange                       Joe & June Nichols, Buena Park           Lorna Rowland, Long Beach
Barbara & Manuel Loureiro,                Mike Nichols, Riverside                  Skip & Lorna Rowland, Long Beach

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                 MTW Star Supporters (continued)
Dale & Erin Rudat, Riverside           Frank & Robin Stirling,                Stanley & Ruth Weaver, Long Beach
Diana Rummel, Long Beach                       Rancho Palos Verdes            Margaret Webb, Dana Point
Barbara Bernice Rush, Montebello       Charlene Strawbridge, Lakewood         William Weingartner, Long Beach
Peggy Sturgis, Laguna Beach            Joyce Striewig, Long Beach             David & Emma Weintraub,
Taro & Masako Saisho, Monterey Park    Pauline Strong, Long Beach                   Huntington Beach
Marvin Schlezinger, Fountain Valley    Peggy Strople, Long Beach              Jay & Sandra Weiss, Marina del Rey
Hilton & Michelle Schlosberg, Irvine   Vickie & Jim Sullos, Long Beach        Paul & Margie Weiss,
Dennis & Diane Schmitz, Long Beach     Robert & Eleanor Sundstrom, Cypress          Huntington Beach
Bea Schneider, Seal Beach              Patricia Sutch, Long Beach             James & Betty Jo Wells, Long Beach
Ron & Betty Schodt,                    Michael Sweeney, Huntington Beach      Rebecca Wells, Lynwood
       Rancho Palos Verdes             Paul & Sally Tanner-Smock,             Jann Whisenant, Los Alamitos
R. E. & Mary Lou Schulze, Orange               Long Beach                     Don & Betty Whitacre,
Diana Scott & Stephanie Davis,         Byron & Sara Tatti, Huntington Beach         Huntington Beach
       Long Beach                      Lillian Tay, Long Beach                Ruth Whitcomb, Long Beach
Rosemary Scott, Long Beach             Linda Telkowski, Long Beach            Linda White, Lakewood
Wayne & Kathe Searcey, Costa Mesa      Eugene & Romola Temkin, Long Beach     Merna White, Garden Grove
Gail Sebring, Huntington Beach         Kathy Terry, Cypress                   Beth Widmark, Long Beach
Natalie Sellers, Los Alamitos          Tina Tessina, Long Beach               Helen Wigman, Irvine
Stephen Sellers, Los Alamitos          Mary Thoits, Long Beach                Undine Wildman, Long Beach
Betty Shaw, Long Beach                 Thomasina Thomson, Long Beach          Carol Willcut, Long Beach
Chris & Howard Shepherd, Seal Beach    Shirley Thronson, Long Beach           Richard & Linda Williams, Long Beach
Janet Shepherd, Long Beach             Wayne and Joan Thyden, Carson          Sondra Williamson, Huntington Beach
Raymond & Sandra Sherrard,             Virginia Todd, Long Beach              Robert & Maralys Wills, Santa Ana
       Garden Grove                    Andy Tomenchuk, San Clemente           Richard & Liliana Witz-Hancsak,
Kathleen Sherwin, La Mirada            Phyllis Toombs, Huntington Beach             San Pedro
Lindsay Shields, Long Beach            Doris Topsy-Elvord, Long Beach         Gwen Woirhaye, Whittier
John & Carol Shupek, Whittier          Phyllis Totri, Newport Beach           John Wolzanski, Long Beach
Ralph & Jan Simonian, Long Beach       Bob Turansick, Long Beach              Noreen Wood, Long Beach
Paula Skaugstad, Cypress               Viktoria Tyer, Long Beach              Darrell & Norma Woodruff, Montrose
Mark & Jane Skidmore, Long Beach       H. Uchiyama, Gardena                   Ruth Wright, Long Beach
Carroll Smith, Cathedral City          Ellie Urcis, La Mirada                 Mitch & Joyce Wybenga, Bellflower
Del Smith, Long Beach                  Dr. Masashi & Christine Uriu,          William & Audrey Yee, Los Alamitos
Lawrence Solig, Huntington Beach               Rancho Palos Verdes            Richard & Mary Zern, Long Beach
Don & Sally Sorenson, Long Beach       Peter & Madalyne Ursano, Long Beach    Rudy & Shirley Zitny, Anaheim
Beverly Souders, Long Beach            Joe & Joan Van Hooten, Long Beach      Stuart Zuck, Lakewood
Barbara Soupos, Cypress                Barbara Ann Vaught, Long Beach
Nancy & Mark Speizer, Long Beach       Lisa Viets, Long Beach                       FOR INFORMATION ON
Jackie & Frank Spiziri, Long Beach     Joe Vivilacqua, Long Beach                  OUR DONOR PROGRAMS
Diana Spooner, Lakewood                Monique Von Borstel, Pico Rivera          PLEASE CALL (562) 856-1999.
Charles & Cheryl Stahl, Los Alamitos   Richard Walker, Long Beach
Judy & Ray Steele, Cameron Park        Winifred Waters, Long Beach




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                               MTW General Information
All Musical Theatre West performances                             LOST TICKETS               inside the theater.
begin on time and end with the final               Replacement tickets will be issued for    •Cameras and audio or video recorders
curtain calls. To make theater-going a             your lost tickets at the theater beginningmay not be used during the performance.
pleasant experience, and as a courtesy             one hour prior to your scheduled per-     •Patrons are discouraged from bringing
to other patrons and the performers,               formance. Present your ID that matches    infants, toddlers and children under the
please stay seated until the final curtain         the name on the subscription order at the age of five to any regular performance.
call has ended and the house lights have           will-call table, and the box office will  If children are causing a disturbance to
been turned on.                                    issue you replacement tickets. No re-     other patrons, house management re-
                                                   placement tickets can be issued at any    serves the right to ask the parent to
      BOX OFFICE INFORMATION                       other time.                               remove the child from the auditorium.
The Musical Theatre West Box Office is                                                       •Every person must have a ticket and seat
located at 4350 E. 7th Street (on the                 MESSAGES/PAGERS/CELL PHONES            assignment, regardless of age.
southwest corner of Ximeno Avenue).                Doctors or parents wishing to leave an •Please note the nearest exit from your
                                                   emergency phone number while attend- assigned seat. In the unlikely event of an
Box Office hours are Monday-Friday,                ing a performance should refer callers to emergency, please walk to that exit.
12:00 noon to 6:00 PM. On performance              (562) 985-4274 and leave their seat
days, the will-call table will be open one         locations with the paging service or                    LATE SEATING
hour prior to curtain times in the lobby of        babysitter. As a courtesy to all patrons, As a courtesy to our performing company
the Carpenter Center.                              please turn off all watch alarms, pagers and all of our patrons, late comers will
                                                   and cellular phones.                      be seated at the discretion of the house
For information on tickets, subscriptions,                                                   management and may be seated in the
group sales, gift cards and exchanges,                        PLEASE REMEMBER                nearest available seat, regardless of
call our Box Office at (562) 856-1999              •Smoking is not permitted in the Carpen- your actual seat assignment, until intermis-
x4.                                                ter Performing Arts Center at any time.   sion when you may take your regularly
                                                   •Food and beverages are not permitted assigned seat.

                                                   ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
                                                           Executive Director/Producer
                                                                Paul Garman
                               Artistic Director                                              General Manager
                            Steven Glaudini                                                   Daniel Thomas
     Production Manager                  Marketing Coordinator             Dir. of Comm. & Public Relations     Box Office Manager
      Mary Ritenhour                         Michael Betts                      Gigi Fusco Meese                  Robert Decker
Assistant Box Office Manager           Subscriptions Coordinator           Education/Outreach Coordinator        Facilities Manager
     Sam Cavanaugh                       Stephanie Pacheco                        Sari Rose Poll                   Jim T. Mora

                                                      PRODUCTION STAFF
    Director/Choreographer         Dana Solimando                                      Ensemble Singers Katherine Brady
             Musical Director      Dennis Castellano                                                      Garrett Deagon
 Co-Director/Choreographer         Billy Johnstone                                                        Amy Glinskas
             Stage Manager         Stanley D. Cohen*                                                      Ian Parmenter
   Assistant Stage Manager         Mary Ritenhour*                                          Crew Chief Jim T. Mora
              Dance Captain        Terra C. MacLeod*                                  Master Electrician Dustin Snyder
           Technical Director      Kevin Clowes                                              Deck Crew Ethan Koerner
           Lighting Designer       Jean-Yves Tessier                                    Spot Operators Kristy Mapes
             Sound Designer        Julile Ferrin                                                          Chris Ramirez
       Costume Coordinator         Yolanda Rowell                                                Dresser Martin Raymondo
           Sets Provided by        FCLO Music Theatre                                   Audition Pianists Tom Griep
      Costumes Provided by         Stage West Costumes                                                    Julie Lamoureux
  Pyrotechnic Special Effects      J.S. Marsh Special Effects, Inc.                                       John Sawoski
    Hair/Makeup Specialist         Mark Hoyer                                                  Program Daniel Thomas
                  Wig Stylist      Cliff Senior                               Publicity and Cast Photos Ken Jaques
       Orchestra Contractor        David Lamoureux                           Promotional Videography Michael Betts
    Keyboard Programming           Daniel Thomas



                                                   MUSICAL THEATRE WEST
       4350 East 7th Street, Long Beach, CA 90804-5546; phone (562) 856-1999; fax (562) 856-1997
                             web site www.musical.org; e-mail info@musical.org
             Musical Theatre West is a 501(c)(3) California non-profit corporation, Federal Tax ID 95-6100108

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Add some color to your life.
    Musical Theatre West • 2011-2012 Season
  Carpenter Performing Arts Center, Long Beach


                 Oct. 28-Nov. 13, 2011 December 9-18, 2011
           Welcome to the ‘60s and the world of           Missy, Suzy, Betty Jean and Cindy Lou
               big dreams, big girls and big hair!        help you ring in the holidays!
             This high-energy and uplifting show          The follow-up to the smash hit
                 based on the John Waters camp            The Marvelous Wonderettes
           classic film won the 2003 Tony Award           finds the girls at Harper’s
               for Best Musical. Typical teenager         Hardware for the 1968
              Tracy Turnblad wants nothing more           holiday party! Of course, the
                 than to appear on Corny Collins’         Wonderettes bring their
           dance show. When she gets her wish,            signature four-part harmony
                  she changes the face of 1960s           to songs from “O Tan-
                                Baltimore forever!        nenbaum” to “Mele Kaliki-
                                                          maka.” Loads of fun for the
                                                          whole family!


                  February 10-26, 2012 April 13-29, 2012
                 One of the all-time great musicals,      The surprise hit of our 2008-
           featuring “The Impossible Dream," one          2009 Season returns in an all-
             of the all-time great standards. At the      new edition! Back by
          height of the Spanish Inquisition, author       popular demand, new
                 Miguel de Cervantes is imprisoned        shows, new songs and
                and uses the story of knight-errant       new stars are put through
                Don Quixote to defend himself. Full       the wringer in this laugh-a
                        of indelible characters and a     -minute satire on all
                  beautiful Latin-tinged score, Man       things musical theater.
                  of La Mancha ran for six years on       You’ll re-discover why
                    Broadway and won the Tony for         Forbidden Broadway ran
                                        Best Musical.     for 26 years in New York!



                  June 29-July 15, 2012                     “One of the finest regional
                 Killer rabbits, shrubbery-obsessed          theatres in the country.”
        knights, angry Frenchmen throwing cows -                        -Bill Handel, KFI Radio
          It’s everything you could want in a musi-
         cal! You don’t have to be a Python fan to        There’s nothing like the magic
               love Spamalot -you just have to love       and excitement of live theater,
         musicals. “Lovingly ripped off” from their       and you have the best theater in
           classic film “Monty Python and the Holy        town right in your backyard!
                                                          Freeway close, convenient park-
                       Grail,” this riotous send-up of    ing, excellent viewing from all
                        the Arthurian legend won the      seats, close to all sorts of dining
                           Tony for Best Musical and      options - it doesn’t get any better
                            has had millions laughing     than this! Come start a new
                                      across the globe.   tradition by joining our ever-
                                                          growing family.



Five-show packages start at just $125!
 562.856.1999x4 www.musical.org
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