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					                       “Creating Space at the Center - Where We Stand”
                       Welcome to another example of the excellent quality of our
                       work. I’d like to take this opportunity to update you on the
                       Theatre Arts building expansion and remodel. As mentioned
                       in prior communication, the project has been included in the
                       governor’s higher education capital construction budget for
                       the next biennium. This could mean nearly $4.5 million dollars
                       toward this much-needed facility improvement.
                        It is our hope that the legislature will revise the Ways and
                        Means’ proposed budget that currently would not include
                        the SOU Theatre project. We have identified a National
Endowment for the Humanities grant that could be a source of additional funds for
the building project. Even with those two sources of funding, we will still have a large
sum of money to raise. We welcome the thoughts and suggestions of our patrons and
supporters as we formulate a strategy to raise the remaining four to five million dollars
for completion of this project.
The retrenchment process that SOU is currently involved in is impacting the
Department of Theatre Arts. In an earlier message I indicated that the department
would be implementing a Musical Theatre emphasis in conjunction with the
Department of Music in the fall of 2008. Unfortunately this will not be feasible in the
current fiscal circumstance SOU finds itself facing. Theatre Arts and Music are still
committed to implementing a Musical Theatre curriculum, but for the immediate
future, those plans are on hold.
Enclosed in the Playbill you will find a contribution form. I hope you will consider
being a part of our fundraising efforts at the earliest stages. Your support will help
us realize our dream for our students and our community. Please contact me if you
would like to be involved in exploring the means to raise the funds that will help us to
realize our potential.
We have a vital program, with strong faculty, talented students, and a tremendous
spirit. On behalf of the SOU Department of Theatre Arts, I thank you for being a part
of our growth and our students’ success. Your continued patronage makes our work
possible.
                                                  – Chris Sackett


          Department of Theatre Arts 2007-2008 Season
                               Center Stage Theatre
        Arcadia by Tom Stoppard (Fall) • Urinetown by Mark Hollmann
    and Greg Kotis (Winter) • Metamorphoses by Mary Zimmerman (Spring)
                              Center Square Theatre
Women and War, an adaptation by James Edmonson of Euripides’ Iphigenia at
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                     Children’s Theatre TBA (Winter)
           Hunting Cockroaches by Janusz Glowacki (Spring)

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                 Department of Theatre Arts
                     Faculty and Staff


Department Chair ......................................................... Chris Sackett

Scenic Design Faculty...................................................Sean O’Skea

Directing Faculty .........................................................Dale Luciano

Acting Faculty..............................................................Dennis Smith

Costume Design Faculty (Sabbatical)................Deborah Rosenberg

Technical Direction Faculty.......................................... Ezra Severin

Costume Construction Faculty.................................... Laurie Kurutz

Voice and Movement Faculty ............................. Maggie McClellan

Voice Instructor .............................................................David Kelly

Staff Technical Manager .....................................Jane Hickinbotham

Musical Theatre Faculty ............................................. Jim Giancarlo

Director of Theatre Education ..........................................Eric Levin

Program Administrator .............................................Christi Courian

Office Specialist ......................................................... Su Grossmann

Guest Costume Faculty ...............................................Kerri Robbins

Emeritus Faculty ......................................................... Craig Hudson


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                        The Tragedy of

              Romeo and Juliet
             by William Shakespeare

                    Directed by
              Stephany Smith-Pearson

Scenic Design by                            Lighting Design by
 Sean O’Skea                                   Ben Brown
Costume Design by             Sound Design by
  Hannah Wold                  Chris Sackett
              Choreography by
                Jim Giancarlo


                                Scene:
                              Fair Verona


                               Length:
 Two hours and forty-five minutes with one fifteen minute intermission.



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                                         ~Cast~
SAmpSon/ApoTheCAry ..........................................ryan West
GreGory ................................................................. Gregg Land
AbrAm/broTher John .........................brandon Simpliciano
bALThASAr ................................................................Jen brown
benvoLio ......................................................... Chris Carwithen
TybALT ...................................................... Samuel D. Dinkowitz
CiTizen/GueST ...................................................... riyo iwasaki
CiTizen/GueST ..............................................ryan Celeste holt
CApuLeT ..................................................................... nick boyd
LADy CApuLeT ............................................... Kirsten Acheson*
monTAGue ........................................................... Derek Fischer
LADy monTAGue ......................................................Tara yeiter
prinCe .................................................................. Andre nelson
ATTenDAnT ....................................................... Jorge paniagua
ATTenDAnT ......................................................James o’hanlon
romeo .............................................................. Garrett Liggett*
pAriS .................................................................... Lowell Weller*
peTer .............................................................Alexander yochim
nurSe .................................................................Kelsi Knudsen*
JuLieT ...................................................................Ashley Scallon
merCuTio ............................................................ hardy pinnell
LAurenCe............................................................. Jimmy Garcia

                             ~Percussionists~
                                       Joe perez
                                  Jake phelps-ransom
       Special thanks to Terry Longshore, department chair, and the SOU Department of Music

* The performances of Kirsten Acheson, Kelsi Knudsen, Garrett Liggett, and Lowell Weller have been
undertaken as the culminating creative projects to satisfy the thesis requirement for their Bachelor of
Fine Arts Degrees.
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                      Romeo and Juliet
                    Director’s Notes

After four hundred years, endless reconstruction and
deconstruction, after being appropriated by everyone from
Berlioz to Bugs Bunny, why return to Romeo and Juliet?

Approaching Romeo and Juliet as an American living in the
21st Century, I was struck by the role the civil conflict plays in
the tragedy. Certainly the specter of civil war is much on our
minds of late, which is one reason why I chose a Middle Eastern-
inspired setting for the production. But it is not my intention
to invoke a specific location or conflict. Ultimately, it does not
matter whether the fight is between Sunni and Shia, Protestants
and Catholics, Serbs and Croatians, or Bloods and Crips; the
results are always the same. When society is ruled by clan
violence, the children die.

Why return to Romeo and Juliet? Shakespeare’s work is a mirror
in which each successive generation finds itself reflected. He
never fails to tell us something new about who we are and what
it means to be a human. That is his mystery. That is his magic.

                      – Stephany Smith-Pearson, Director




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                        Romeo and Juliet
                      About the Author

William Shakespeare (1564-1616) began life as the son of a glove
maker in the small, Warwickshire town of Stratford-upon-Avon. By
1592 he had relocated to London and established himself as an actor
and playwright whose work was already winning the respect and
admiration of his peers. Over the next two decades, he penned 38
plays, four narrative poems, and 154 sonnets, performed numerous
supporting roles with some of Elizabethan England’s most prominent
acting companies, and amassed an audience of supporters that
included Queen Elizabeth I and later King James I, who served as
patron to Shakespeare’s company, the King’s Men.

Shakespeare’s plays, primarily inspired by pre-existing stories and
historical figures and events, span the genres of comedy, tragedy,
history, and romance, and their influence not only on theater history
but on the English language itself is unparalleled. Now considered to
be among the most important literary figures of all time, Shakespeare
is known for his employment of intricate metrical structure, the
compelling and complex characters he penned, and, above all, his
extraordinary gift for words. Nearly four hundred years after his death,
his plays are still being produced with incredible frequency in venues
across the globe and are studied by students and scholars of all ages.

Romeo and Juliet, which is thought to have been written sometime
between the years of 1594-1595, has always been among the most
popular and most frequently produced of Shakespeare’s plays. The
plot was first presented in an Italian volume of romances, Il Novellino,
in 1476, and was translated into English in 1562 by Arthur Brooke. It is
believed that Brooke’s publishing was what served as the foundation
for Shakespeare’s play. Though most scholars believe it is structurally
inferior to Shakespeare’s later tragedies, its universal themes and
tragic young lovers have proven to be among the Bard’s most timeless
creations.

                                        – Erin Baird, Dramaturg


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                                    Romeo and Juliet
                                  production Crew
STAGe mAnAGer ...................................................................James Standley
ASSiSTAnT STAGe mAnAGer............................Lisa marie Wingbermuehle
proDuCTion ASSiSTAnT ........................................................ Stephen Apts
ASSiSTAnT DireCTor ........................................................... Shauna Duryea
DrAmATurG .................................................................................. erin baird
ASSiSTAnT SCeniC DeSiGner ................................................Jennifer Ward
TeChniCAL DireCTor .............................................................richard Weiss
ASSiSTAnT TD/DrAFTer........................................................... Amanda patt
ASSiSTAnT mASTer CArpenTerS ..................................Justin Campanoli,
............................................................................. Colin Green, Stephen purdy
CArpenTerS ............................................. Travis bishop, Christopher Cook,
.................................................... Jonathan Dyrud, Tamlin horne, maya Lake
propS mASTer .......................................................................... Chad Alberts
propS ArTiSAnS ...............................................Teresa LaScala, nick Walker
ChArGe ArTiST .......................................................................erin Dickinson
pAinT CreW ................................................. Sarah Greene, meagan iverson,
............................................. madeline nutting, Carly palmer, Aaron postma
ASSiSTAnT CoSTume DeSiGner............................................... Joseph holt
DrAperS .......................................................................Linnea boone-Wilson
FiTTerS ....................................................... mathilde Januel, Christine Kelly
FiGhT ChoreoGrApher ............................................................Chris Duval
ASSiSTAnT FiGhT ChoreoGrApher ...................................... Kristen mun
DAnCe CApTAin.........................................................................Tony Kupsick
WArDrobe/mAKe up SuperviSor ................................ Anna Lisa Chacon
WArDrobe/mAKe up CreW ..............................elsa bishop, elise euphrat,
..................................Ashley reverman, Coral Lee Quadrato, Freya Williams
ASSiSTAnT LiGhTinG DeSiGner .............................................Corey Cotton
mASTer eLeCTriCiAn ...........................................................bridget Carlson
LiGhT CreW........................................................max bowman, Kryssa bush,
........................Jon-erik hegstad, Don Skaggs, Corey Stacey, megan Wilson
ASSiSTAnT SounD DeSiGner ............................................ Amadon Jaeger
SounD enGineer ............................................................ Jackson Campbell
SounD run .............................................................................nicholas berch
run CreW ......................................... billy Cowell, pamela merten-hindorff,
....................................................................................... Kip rogiers, eric Wark
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                          Romeo and Juliet
                             Student bios
Samuel D. Dinkowitz (Tybalt) is a junior transfer from Rogue Community
College in Grants Pass and received his AA from RCC. Previous credits at SOU
are Nikos in Big Love, Monkey/Father Wolf in Jungle Book, Miles Gloriosus
in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Mike O’Conner in The
Philadelphia Story, and Tock in The Phantom Tollbooth. Credits outside SOU
include El Gallo in The Fantasticks at Stardust Repertory, Merrick in Elephant
Man and Mortimer in Arsenic and Old Lace.

Shauna Duryea (Assistant Director) is a senior at Southern Oregon University
and comes to us from Spokane, Wash. Previous credits at SOU include ASM
on The Phantom Tollbooth, Paint Crew for The Threepenny Opera, and A Funny
Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. She was the Lighting Designer
for Icarus’ Mother. Other credits include Light Crew, Stitcher, Hair/Make Up,
and Props. Credits outside SOU include Director/Musical Director for A Very
Opinionated Christmas Tree at United Methodist Church of Ashland.

Garrett Liggett (Romeo) is a senior transfer from Ventura, Calif. He is working
on his thesis project for Romeo and Juliet. Previous credits at SOU include
Feste in Twelfth Night, Rev. Handley in Entertaining Strangers, Slim in Cowboy
Mouth, and Rev. Kimball in The Threepenny Opera. Credits outside SOU include
Clarence in Richard III, Edgar in King Lear, and Page in Romeo and Juliet.

hardy pinnell (Mercutio) is a senior at Southern Oregon University from
Santa Fe, New Mexico. Previous credits at SOU include M. Cot in Hotel
Paradiso, The Baron Krug in The White Plague, Captain Henning in Entertaining
Strangers, Oed in Big Love, Mr. Gross in The Water Engine, Ready Money Matt
in The Threepenny Opera, and O’Riley in Of Mice and Men. Credits outside SOU
are Ensemble in Cyrano d’ Bergerac and John in Merry Wives of Windsor.

Ashley Scallon (Juliet) is a junior from San Lorenzo, Calif. Previously at SOU,
Ashley has been seen as Olympia in Big Love, Wolf Cub in Jungle Book, Regina
in Ghosts, and Victoire in Hotel Paradiso.

James Standley (Stage Manager) is a senior at Southern Oregon University
from Crescent City, Calif. His stage management of Romeo and Juliet is his
graduating Thesis requirement. Previous credits at SOU include Asst. Director/
Literary Asst. for The White Plague, Assistant Director on Who’s Happy Now,
Stage Manager for The Threepenny Opera and Ghosts, and Production Assistant
for The Matchmaker. Credits outside SOU include Assistant Stage Manager
on Carousel at Rogue Music Theatre and Production Assistant Intern for Love’s
Labours Lost with the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.




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                                      Romeo and Juliet
                        Student bios (Continued)

richard Weiss (Technical Director) is a senior at Southern Oregon University
from Lake Oswego, Ore. Previous credits at SOU include Technical Director of
The White Plaque, Assistant Technical Director for Hotel Paradiso, A Funny Thing
Happened on the Way to the Forum, Entertaining Strangers, and Of Mice and
Men; Master Carpenter for Big Love and Twelfth Night, and Carpenter for The
Three Penny Opera and The Matchmaker. Previous credits outside SOU include
Stagehand for the Britt Music Festival, and Master Flyman for The Wizard of Oz
at the Children’s Musical Theatre of Ashland.

hannah Wold (Costumer Designer) is a senior transfer from Washington
State University in Pullman, Wash. Previous credits at SOU include Assistant
Costume Designer for A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum and
Big Love, Crafts Supervisor for Phantom Tollbooth, Wardrobe Supervisor for The
White Plague, and Costume Crew for Jungle Book.




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                             Production Crew
                               both Shows
proDuCTion mAnAGer ...............................................Chris Sackett
houSe mAnAGer ......................................................... mitch harvick
box oFFiCe.......................................... Garret Alden, Krystal brewer,
.......................................................... Danielle pecoff, Chelsie Thomas,
........................................................... Aaron Tworek, Jason Woodland
uSherS ............................... Ana byers, erin Claxton, holly edwards,
....................................................... Jessica Gorman, Linnea Jefferson,
.........................................................Jenna Johnson, Alyssa rosenthal
ConCeSSionS ...............................Kaitlin humphreys,Tony Kupsick,
...................................................................................... Cameron Toney
pubLiCiTy ASSiSTAnTS ..........................................monique barbee,
....................................Kim Feimoeller, Sasha Freivalds,Tai Sammons
ArChiviST .....................................................................Libby barnard
Lobby DiSpLAy ....................... Anna Chase, Jordan Leigh Wakefield
ASST. CoSTume Shop SuperviSorS ................... brittany bigalke,
........................................................................................... Tara Watkins
STiTCherS ...................................... Caitlin bedford, rachel Daunais,
...............................................rachel Jones, hannah rice, olivia Todd
CoSTume CrAFTS SuperviSor .................................penelope Sinor
CoSTume CrAFTS CreW................................................. riley Arthur,
................................................................................... Gretchen hutterli
hAir CuTTer .................................................................. Libby helmly
CoSTume SToCK CoorDinATor ...................... Coral Lee Quadrato
SeASon pLAy reADerS .......................... Tyler below, Kyle Delaney,
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houSe mAnAGer - proJeCTS .................................. Tabitha bricker
TeCh CoorDinATor - proJeCTS .............................. evan Jennings
LiGhTinG Shop mAnAGer ............................... Catherine ridenour
pLAybiLL ASSiSTAnT.........................Lauren Tinkey, Tabitha bricker
pLAybiLL DeSiGner ......................................................Scott marden
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         Swimming in the Shallows
                                by Adam Bock


                                   Directed by
                                   Dale Luciano

               Scenic and Costume Design by
                       Roger Wykes*
                           Lighting Design by
                          Jason Berg Monahan
                           Projection Design by
                             Matthew Stiles
                              Sound Design by
                                Tim Brown



            Scene:                                                           Time:
       Twig, Rhode Island                                                  The Present
                                       Length:
              One hour and fifteen minutes with one ten minute intermission

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* The scenic and costume design of Roger Wykes has been undertaken as the culminating creative
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                               ~Cast~

bArb ...................................................................JoAnnA TyLer

CArLA CArLA ........................................... DAriA LiSAnDreLLi

DonnA ...........................................................JACKie WiLLiAmS

niCK ....................................................................niCK FerruCCi

The ShArK ...........................................................miKe FALLon

bob ................................................................... SCoTT mArDen




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              Swimming in the Shallows
                      About the Author
Adam bock is a prolific contemporary playwright who resides in the
San Francisco Bay Area. Shotgun Players’ production of Swimming in
the Shallows won the 2000 Bay Area Theater Critics Circle Awards for
Best Original Script, Best Production, and Best Ensemble.

The play also won the Clauder Competition award. It was nominated
for the L. Arnold Weissberger Award, the LA Weekly award, and the
GLAAD Media Award. The play was named to Time Out NY’s Top Ten,
and has been produced in Boston, Ithaca, Los Angeles, Long Beach,
San Francisco, Providence, Santa Cruz, Key West, London, Toronto, and
the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, as well as Second Stage’s Uptown Series
in New York City in the summer of 2005.

Five Flights played Off-Broadway at Rattlestick Theater in 2004, after a
five-month sold-out run at San Francisco’s Encore Theater in 2002. The
play won the Glickman Award, and was nominated for the American
Theater Critics Award, the Elizabeth Osborn Award, and two BATCC
Awards. It has been published in Breaking Ground, an anthology of
new plays edited by Kent Nicholson.

The Actors Theater of Louisville produced Bock’s play, The Shaker Chair,
which received a nomination for the Kesselring Prize. The Typographer’s
Dream was staged in New York City, San Francisco, Berkeley, and at
the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2006. Thursday was produced in San
Francisco in 2003 with a National Endowment for the Arts grant. The
Drunken City premiered at the Kitchen Theater in Ithaca, New York, in
2005. His newest play, The Thugs, will premiere at Soho Rep in New
York City in 2006.

Mr. Bock is an Artistic Associate at Shotgun Players and Encore Theater
and is a member of MCC’s Writers Coalition.

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                    Swimming in the Shallows
                                 production Crew
STAGe mAnAGer ................................................................... Katherine Lewis
ASSiSTAnT STAGe mAnAGer .................................................. Jamie Thomas
proDuCTion ASSiSTAnT .................................................. Jonathan Stinson
TeChniCAL DireCTor................................................................. ezra Severin
ASSiSTAnT TeChniCAL DireCTor ......................................Dorian robison
DrAFTer..................................................................................... Keven Sutton
ASSiSTAnT mASTer CArpenTer............................................. Karla badeau
CArpenTer ...............................................................................Sam Ashdown
TheATre TeChniCAL enGineer............................................... Keven Sutton
propS mASTer ........................................................................... roger Wykes
propS ArTiSAn ......................................................................... Sophie Green
pAinT ChArGe ............................................................................. ryan nicolai
pAinTerS .....................................................Kelle mcFarland, Chad ransome
ASSiSTAnT CoSTume DeSiGner ............................................. Keven Sutton
ChoreoGrApher .................................................................... Amanda Long
WArDrobe/mAKe up SuperviSor ............................................ Savel Sabol
WArDrobe/mAKe up CreW.........................................................mya ewing,
............................................................meryn macDougall, Juliana Slemenda
ASSiSTAnT LiGhTinG DeSiGner ........................................... Allen G. Adams
mASTer eLeCTriCiAn ..............................................................Andy zehrung
LiGhT CreW ........................................................ patrick buxton, Clint Clark,
....................................................... Kristin Lake, ben Sheppard, heidi Stoner
ASSiSTAnT proJeCTion DeSiGner.......................................... Laura Wiley
ASSiSTAnT SounD DeSiGner ............................................Amazing Jaeger
SounD enGineer.................................................................michael Douglas
run CreW .................................................................................... Karen Kuran

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                             Student bios
Tim brown (Sound Designer) is currently a junior at Southern Oregon
University from Las Vegas, Nevada. His previous credits at SOU include Sound
Engineer for Hotel Paradiso, and Sound Designer of The White Plague, Jungle
Book, Big Love, and The Water Engine. Previous credits outside SOU include
Sound Designer of Western Civilization at the Oregon Cabaret Theatre.

Jason burg manahan (Lighting Designer) is a junior at Southern Oregon
University from Tacoma, Wash. Previous credits at SOU include Electrician
for Of Mice and Men, and KCACTF 2005, Ensemble for Twelfth Night, Master
Electrician for Who’s Happy Now and Entertaining Strangers, Assistant Lighting
Designer on Hotel Paradiso, and Lighting Designer for Ghosts. Credits outside
of SOU include Master Electrician for Lakewood Playhouse Theatre in
2002-2004 and Board Operator for the Metropolitan Ballet of Tacoma.

mike Fallon (The Shark) is a junior transfer from Diablo Valley College,
Pleasant Hill, Calif. His previous credits at SOU include First Assistant/Pavel
in The White Plague, and Henry Irving/Executioner in The Actor’s Nightmare.
Credits outside SOU include the U.S. Premiere of Dangerous at New
Conservatory Theatre, Elvis in Picasso at the Lapin Agile at Center Repertory
Theatre, and Rosencrantz in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead at
Douglass Morrisson Theatre.

nicholas Ferrucci (Nick) is a sophomore from Puyallup, Wash. His previous
credits at Southern Oregon University include Chorus in Big Love, Tommy
in Where’s My Money, Protean in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the
Forum, Uncle Willie in The Philadelphia Story, The Whether Man/Gatekeeper/
Dodecahedron/Ensemble in The Phantom Tollbooth, and Ensemble in The
Good Doctor. Credits outside of SOU include Muleteer in Man of La Mancha
at the Lakewood Playhouse Theatre and Chorus in The Christmas Revels at the
Rialto Theatre in Tacoma, WA.

Daria Lisandrelli (Carla Carla) is a senior at Southern Oregon University and
comes to us from Petaluma, Calif. Previous credits at SOU include Ensemble in
The Good Doctor, Mary Moule in Entertaining Strangers, Viola in Twelfth Night,
Phoebe in Toad of Toad Hall, Trudi in Comic Potential, Nina in Nina Variations,
and Shila in Boys Next Door.




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               Swimming in the Shallows
                  Student bios (Continued)

Scott marden (Bob) is a senior at Southern Oregon University from Pleasant
Hill, Calif. His other roles at SOU include Adjutant in The White Plague, Kip in
Life Underwater, Hamlet in The Hamletmachine, Henry in Where’s My Money,
Treplev in Nina Variations, Bernie in The Water Engine, Grasshopper/Crow/
Ensemble in Fable Tales, and Ranch Hand Harrison in Of Mice and Men.

Katherine murphy Lewis (Stage Manager) is a junior transfer from Lane
Community College in Eugene, Ore. Previous credits at SOU include
Production Assistant for Hotel Paradiso. Credits outside SOU include Elizabeth
Proctor in The Crucible, Gay Wellington in You Can’t Take It With You, Nora in
Brighton Beach Memoirs, Director of Little Airplanes of the Heart and Andre’s
Mother, and Stage Manager of The Mousetrap at LCC.

Joanna Tyler (Barb) is a senior at Southern Oregon University from Saranac
Lake, New York. Previous credits at SOU include The Ever Present Word
Snatcher/Ensemble in The Phantom Tollbooth, Liz in The Philadelphia Story,
Kaa/Akela in The Jungle Book, Ensemble in Big Love, Weasel/Hare in Fable Tales,
and Wife/Mother/Prostitute in Comic Potential. Other credits outside of SOU
include Karen Harbage in Educational Priorities Area, Dancer in The Nightmare
Desire Kept for Me, Frosine in The Miser, and Edie in Cocktails with Mimi.

roger Wykes (Scenic and Costume Design) is a senior BFA designer at
Southern Oregon University from Bend, Ore. Roger’s work on Swimming in
the Shallows was undertaken as his culminating Thesis project. His previous
credits at SOU include Scenic and Costume Designer for Ghosts, and Scenic
Artist, Cutter/Draper, Fitter, and Assistant Scenic Designer.

Jackie Williams (Donna) is a junior transfer from Southern California, who
received her Associates Degree from Pacific Conservatory of the Performing
Arts. Previous credits at SOU include May in The Philadelphia Story. Some of
her credits from PCPA include Guys and Dolls, Brigadoon, and Mabel in Pirates
of Penzance.




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                         Thank You!
The faculty, staff, and students of the Department of Theatre Arts
acknowledge the generosity of the following individuals, who have
made donations to the Theatre Arts Building Fund, Scholarship
and
                   Building Fund Donors
Anonymous                             Richard Moeschl
Ed and Maureen Battistella            Herb and Frances Petschek
Jan Craigie                           James Plummer
Anne F. Decker                        Chris Sackett
John and Diane Engelhardt               and Brooke Friendly
Bettie Henry                          Joan T. Spear
Dr. Charles Holloway                  Treasa Sprague
  and Dr. Barbara Gabert              Robert and Janice Staver
Craig Hudson and Jorge Silva          Carl and Jean Strand
Jed and Celia Meese Foundation        Steve and Penelope Thorpe
Alberta Lee                           Allan Weisbard
               Theatre Department Donors
                             Platinum
Judith Bartell                   Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lefkowitz, Jr.
Anne F. Decker                   Oregon Shakespeare Festival
Richard L. Hay                   Herb and Frances Petschek
Victoria Hexter                  Shirley Pollock
Jennifer and Paul Hohenlohe      Joan T. Spear
Charles and Betty Howe           Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Staver
Jewish Communal Fund             Robert and Janice Staver
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  and Gerry Hodes Family)
                               Gold
             Ashland Lions Club
             Jim and Lucille Burke
             Dr. Charles Holloway and Dr. Barbara Gabert
             Frank and Eleanor Marzocco
             Kathleen Oyler
             Mr. and Mrs. Michael Quirk
             Kathryn Cleland-Sipfle and William Sipfle
             Treasa Sprague
             Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Staver
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            Theatre Department Donors, cont.
                              Silver
Dr. John I. Alexander                   James McConville
Alan Armstrong and                      Robert Pollock
  Victoria Sturtevant                   Marie and Bill Radke
Dr. and Mrs. John Burns                 Mr. and Mrs. Steve Snider
Diane Cowan                             Willis and Daghner Stanfill
Jan Craigie                             Robert and Joyce Stevens
Jim and Helen Dean                      Georgia F. Strauss
Judith Faulkner                         Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thomas
Ellen Heiman                            Rudolf Vest
Jack and Marlene Henselman              Jan and Ron Waitt
Robert Hilliard                         Jillian and Kevin Ward
Ed and Sheila Hungerford                Patty and Vince Wixon
Saundra and Edward Kice                 Betty and Arthur Wolverton
Philip Lang and Ruth Miller
                              Bronze
Rhoda B. and S.C. Abrahams                M.J. and Howard Levine
Dona Affolter                             Tonette Long
William and Janet Anderson                Doris Mannion
Linda Barnett                             Mr. and Mrs. David Medeiros
Raina and Roger Bradshaw                  Nan and Ron Miller
Robert and Patricia Butler                Edith Montgomery
Keith Campbell                            Dr. and Mrs. Frank Moore
Nancy Carter                              Sharon L. Nelson
Ken and Lyn Clarke                        Dorothy Ormes
Christi Courian                           Bill and Shirley Patton
Pam Curl                                  Jim and Sandi Risser
Judith Drais                              Barbara and Harvey Roth
Jean Eisenberg                            Susan Rust
Lue Douthit and Dee Anne Everson          Mary Santee
Cindy Faubion                             Robert Scheppler
Margery Goodman                           Sallie Shippen
The Hamazons                              Jenifer Skiles
James and Jane Hibbert                    Douglas and Diana Spence
Marjorie and Robert Hoeft                 Joan Steele
IBM Corporation Matching Grants           Gerald and Ann Stein
  Program                                 James and Gwynn Sullivan
Carol Ingelson                            Elizabeth Tachella
Albert and Leatrice Isaacson              Sue Thomas
Hal and Marjorie Jamison                  Liz Vesecky and Herschel King
Sally Jones and Ben Benjamin              Ronald and J. Brantley Waitt
Miriam and Frederick Kolm                 Jane Wetzel
Vivian Korn                               Betty and Arthur Wolverton
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 2007-2008 Scholarship and Award
             Recipients
              Jeffrey Allen Staver Scholarship
                           Tim Brown

                    E. Mulling Scholarship
                           Hannah Wold

                   Lee Mulling Scholarship
                           Ryan West

                    Schneider Merit Award
                          Karla Badeau

                 Angus Bowmer Scholarship
                        Allen G. Adams

                Bartell Memorial Scholarship
                         Ashley Scallon

 Mulling Award for Creative and Academic Excellence
                           in Theatre
Linnea Boone-Wilson ∙ Samuel D. Dinkowitz ∙ Jimmy Garcia ∙ Savel Sabol

  Theatre Arts Departmental Award for Outstanding
                   Professional Potential
    Nick Ferrucci ∙ Deborah Jensen ∙ Ricky Weiss ∙ Roger Wykes

   Theatre Arts Departmental Award for Noteworthy
                 Achievement in Theatre
            Sam Ashdown ∙ Amanda Patt ∙ Laura Wiley

    Theatre Arts Departmental Award to Encourage
   Students Who Have Demonstrated Skill, Potential
                         and Dedication
   Kim Freimoeller ∙ Olivia Todd ∙ Bridget Carlson ∙ Jonathan Dyrud
                    Monique Barbee ∙ Colin Green

          AAUW Outstanding Graduating Woman
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