La Crosse Community Theatre presents
March 11–20, 2016
Enjoy the show!
Enjoy dinner before the performance or dessert and coffee afterward.
501 Front Street South, La Crosse, WI 54601 | 608.784.4877 | email@example.com
Don’t Be Late
For The Show
Online & Mobile Banking
Saves You Time…
Coulee Bank’s Online and
Mobile Banking lets you do your
banking quickly and securely—
Don’t let the curtain fall
on this opportunity.
Visit CouleeBank.net to learn more.
LCT Staff & Board
STAFF MEMBERS BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Executive Director . . . . . . . . . . . David R. Kilpatrick President. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nancy Wigdahl Sedbrook
Artistic Director. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Greg Parmeter President-Elect. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sara Battison
Education Director. . . . . . . . Sara Pillatzki-Warzeha Second Vice-President . . . . . . . . . . . . Wayne Oliver
Technical Director. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dillon McArdle Treasurer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mary Isaacs
Costume Supervisor. . . . . . . . . . . . Mandy Parmeter Secretary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Susan McDonald-Conroy
Director of Publications. . . . . . . . . . Eric Severson Past President. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Scott Horne
Office Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jessi Davidson
Box Office Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ryan Puffer Nancy Flottmeyer, Gary Mundinger, Brian K.
Box Office Staff . . . . . . . . . April Brown, Lisa Keyser Murphy, Randy Nelson, Karl Noll, Joan Temple,
Bookkeeper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mary Hofer Kathy Van Kirk-Przywojski, Bradley Weber
Thank you to our Thank you to
2015–2016 season all those who
made a 2015
sponsors! year-end gift
Altra Financial Advisors to LCT.
Commercial A/V Systems These extra generous folks are noted in our
Dahl Automotive patron donor list with“t.”
Gundersen Health System
La Crosse Radio Group If you are interested in making a year-end
Logistics Health, Inc. gift in 2016, please contact Jessi Davidson
Schomburg Refrigeration at 748-292, ext. *315, or
Russell L. and Vera M. Smith Foundation firstname.lastname@example.org
State Bank Financial
United Fund for the Arts and Humanities
Wisconsin Public Radio—WLSU/WHLA
This program was supported in part by a
grant from the Wisconsin Arts Board with
funds from the State of Wisconsin and the
National Endowment for the Arts.
30 & 31,
UW L CAMPUS
A proud sponsor of this production
La Crosse Community Theatre and Altra Financial Advisors present
By MARC CAMOLETTI
BEVERLEY CROSS and FRANCIS EVANS
DAVID R. KILPATRICK
Set Designer Lighting Designer Costume Designer Props Designer
DILLON DAVID R. MANDY DAWN
McARDLE KILPATRICK PARMETER HAVICAN
Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.
The videotaping or other video or audio recording of this production is strictly prohibited.
Cast in Order of Appearance
Gloria..................................Martha Boehm Robert...................................Matt Springer
Bernard.....................................Nick Brandt Gabriella........................ Dominique Sicard
Berthe..............................Stacy Bruemmer Gretchen...............................Sara L. Adams
Thank you to all who made this production possible, including Theresa M. Smerud and Krissa Valentine-Harnish for
photography, CBS Graphics, King Furniture, Powell Painting and Papering, Jim Warsinske from SignPro USA.
Don’t miss these activities!
^ 3/18 Pre-Show Talk: The Adventures of a
^ 3/19 Post-Show Talk: Q&A with the cast
Boeing Boeing Those of us who create theatre like to
have fun, too, but still want to tell a
March 11–20, 2016 story. A play written in 1962 about three
LCT’s 52nd season – 356th production stewardesses is considerably different when
presented in 2016. First of all, we don’t have
Enjoy the Escapade stewardesses, we have flight attendants.
Also, notice that the ladies in the story are
In choosing Boeing Boeing we wanted having some fun, too, and Bernard is not
a play that was just plane fun (get it?). getting off “scott free.” Fortunately, in this
We wanted a farce in which so much can production, almost everyone gets to keep
happen, however improbable, nevertheless their dignity, and the right couples end up
still possible. And when describing the story, together.
who didn’t giggle knowing that a man with
three fiancees is going to get into trouble. This is what we affectionately call “escapism
theatre.” Go, enjoy, laugh. We can all use it.
Thank you so much for picking today to
escape with La Crosse Community Theatre.
See you at the theatre!
David R. Kilpatrick
Director, Boeing Boeing
Executive Director, LCT
THE BIGVISIT APPLE
NEW YORK CITY THEATRE TOUR
OCTOBER 18-23, 2016
See details online!
Year: 1968 Place: A flat near Orly airport, Paris, France.
ACT ONE ACT TWO
Scene 1 ...........................................Morning Scene 1 ........................................... Evening
Scene 2 ........................................ Afternoon
This production will be performed with one 15-minute intermission.
Production and Design Staff
Director.....................................David R. Kilpatrick Scenic Artist....................................Sharon Markee
Set Designer................................... Dillon McArdle Costume Construction...................... Barb Burchell,
Lighting Designer.....................David R. Kilpatrick .......................... Marsha Erickson, Tina Evenson,
Props Designer................................. Dawn Havican ........................Donna Hanson, Francie Johnson,
Costume Designer....................... Mandy Parmeter .......... Nancy Nemec, Jeri Sebo, Suzanne Young
Stage Manager/Sound Board............. Alex Bauerly Run Crew................. Dawn Havican, Mark McCaff
Assistant Director................Andrew Scott Helman Hair Stylist.........................................Lisa K. Adams
Set Construction.... Gary Mundinger, Jim Nelson, Light Crew......................................Abby Kilpatrick
asdf Join us for a first look at next season’s shows!
Pick up a flier or ask for details at the box office.
April 2, 2016
Artistic Director’s Note
AUDITIONS FOR OUR SPRING MUSICAL This May, LCT will produce the national
Five years later, none other than Elton John Community Theatre?
helped turn the film into a musical that Greg Parmeter
once again defied the odds, to become one Artistic Director
of the most acclaimed shows in West End
and Broadway history.
Get Your Tickets Today!
MAY 13–29, 2016
SARA L. ADAMS (Gretchen) (LCT), Clifford in Deathtrap (Pump House),
grew up doing theatre in school Ariel in The Pillowman (Pump House), and
and locally before studying Howard in Boy Gets Girl (UW-La Crosse),
theatre at UW-Eau Claire. This for which he was awarded the Irene Ryan
year, for LCT, she designed props nomination and represented UW-La Crosse
for The Complete Works of Shakespeare at the American College Theatre Festival in
(Abridged) and The Gifts of the Magi and will Saginaw, MI.“It has been an amazing and
stage manage the spring musical, Billy Elliot. sweaty journey! Thank you, David, for the
She read the part of Gloria in the LCT staged opportunity! Enjoy the show!”
reading of Boeing Boeing last March and was
on stage last April as Tansy McGinnis in The (continued on page 18)
Nerd for Appleseed Community Theatre.
BE A VOLUNTEER!
MARTHA BOEHM (Gloria) is
excited to return to LCT. She was Sign up online to receive email notices
last seen as Mersister Atina/ of volunteer opportunities.
Ensemble in The Little
Mermaid. She also played Sister www.lacrossecommunitytheatre.org
in Appleseed Community Theatre’s production
of Damn Yankees. In her professional life, Community starts
Martha worked in local TV news for about six with neighbors
years before transitioning to Viterbo Univer- who care.
sity’s digital marketing and media specialist.
She enjoys running, watching movies, and That’s what our town is made of.
traveling. Martha would like to thank her State Farm® has a long heritage of helping out in
husband, Brandon, for his support. the community. That’s why I’m proud to support
La Crosse Community Theatre.
NICK BRANDT (Bernard) is
overjoyed to work with this Charlie Smader, Agent
amazingly talented cast and 1901 Jackson Street
crew. Nick has a BFA in theatre La Crosse, WI 54601
performance from UW-La Crosse Bus: 608-784-4510
and is working on his master’s degree in email@example.com
healthcare administration. When not on stage
he works at Logistics Health, Inc. Throughout Get to a better State®.
the last half decade, Nick has been on and off
the stage throughout the area. Roles include State Farm, Bloomington, IL
Peter in Jesus Christ Superstar (LCT), Kreon in
Antigone (UW-La Crosse), Malcolm in Macbeth
(continued from page 17) DOMINIQUE SICARD (Gabriella)
Dominique is thrilled to return to
STACY BRUEMMER (Berthe) the stage at LCT. She was last seen
began her theatre journey at playing Annabella/Margaret/
the age of 12, when she played Pamela in The 39 Steps. Other
Charlotte, the undertaker’s favorite LCT roles include Brooke Ashton in Noises
daughter, in Arvada Festival Off and Cherie in Bus Stop. Dominique would like
Playhouse’s production of Oliver! in to thank her two leading men, Dustin (in his
Colorado. She has never really taken a break recurring role as Daddy) and Damian (the Baby
from the boards since then. LCT audiences Man), for their encouragement and support.
may remember her recently as Belinda in
Noises Off or as Violet in A Charlie Brown MATT SPRINGER (Robert) is an
Christmas. Stacy just finished touring with Arkansas native and a Viterbo
LCT’s Theatre for Young Audiences produc- University alumnus with a
tion of Stuart Little. She also teaches Act 1 degree in theatre performance.
on Saturday mornings here at LCT, where she This is his third show at LCT, and
gets to play with some of her favorite he is overjoyed to be a part of this wonderful
people: kids! Stacy would like to thank Mac, cast. Matt’s most recent performances include
Annie, and “C” for being so awesome, and The Complete Works of William Shakespeare
John for all his love and support. “You guys (Abridged) as Matt and The Great American
rock!” Trailer Park Christmas Musical as Rufus Jeter.
He would like to thank his family for all of their
love and support.
Production Staff Biographies
DAVID R. KILPATRICK (Director/ MANDY PARMETER (Costume
Lighting Designer) is very excited to Designer) is in her eighth season
be part of LCT’s spring farce. Prior, at LCT. She received her MFA in
David has directed or designed costume design in May 2005 from
lights at LCT for The Little Mermaid, Sideways the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Her work
Stories from Wayside School, A Charlie has taken her from Oklahoma to Washington,
Brown Christmas, Thoroughly Modern Virginia, Nebraska, and Wisconsin. Mandy
Millie, and The Dining Room. In addition and Greg are looking forward to their son,
David serves as executive director for LCT and Benjamin, and daughter, Matilda, growing up
Weber Center for the Performing Arts. David is in the La Crosse community.
grateful for the support and patience of his
wife, Barbara, and his daughter, Abigail. DAWN HAVICAN (Props Designer)
got started in the theatre world
DILLON McARDLE (Set Designer) is after seeing a post looking for
LCT’s technical director. A Viterbo backstage help for Jesus Christ
University alum, he enjoys building
things, grilling out with friends, and Superstar. Since then she has enjoyed learn-
ing how to do quick changes, move set
blowing snow. He would like to thank his lovely pieces, and the magic of making it snow! In
wife, Megan, and son, Miles, who mean the her non-theatre life she is a nanny to four
world to him. wonderful children and wife to one amazing
ALEX BAUERLY (Stage Manager)
is excited to work with this
amazing crew and staff, for the
first time as a stage manager on a
main stage production. Alex has been
backstage on many shows at LCT, including as
stage manager of the Jelly Bean production of
Androcles and the Lion and the Theatre for
Youth production of A Wrinkle in Time, as
well as Brigadoon at Alex’s high school.
“Thank you to everyone who let me be a part
of this crew! And thank you to my family, who
has always supported me!”
Patron Donor List
Producer’s Circle Leanna Olson-Taunt and Dar and Darlene Isaacson Jason and Kelley Bahr
($2,500+) Robert Taunt Owen and Francie Johnson Tom and Mary Ballinger
In Memory of Hal Keitel Hal and Julie Keitel Jean Bassett
John and Linda Lyche Jack and Barb Peplinski Jack and Jeanne Kilpatrick Brian and Laura Behling
t James Munn t Ron and Cindy Peterson Judy Kirkpatrick Lynette Berg
Karl and Julie Noll Marianne and Galen Pittman Michael and Beverly Kratt Cari and Marc Burmaster
Barbara Rice Daniel and Vicky Kunz Roy Campbell and Ellen Ullsvik
Director’s Circle Brian and Karen Rude Nancy and Andrew Matchett Ursula Cejpek
($1,000-$2,499) Dick and Mary Jean Sartz t Mark and Wendy Mattison Jean Clark
Tom and Jan Brock Richard and Pamela Strauss Ken and Janine Merkitch Cleary-Kumm Foundation
Donald and Barbara Frank Vantage Architects, Inc. Randy and Lynn Nelson Bob and Kay Conzemius
Sue Anne Gelatt Foundation Ross and Lynn Marie West Cheri and Tony Niedzwiecki Michael and Rita Edmunds
J. Michael and Vicki Hartigan Elsie Patterson Thomas Erb and Cecilia Caron
t Beverly Mach Actor’s Circle ($250- Effie Piper Ramon and Connie Erickson
Scott and Mary Rathgaber $499) Edward and Sheila Riley t Felix and Marilyn Fernandes
Chuck and LuAnn Roth Anonymous Dennis and Sharon Ryan Sally Friend
Russell L. and Vera M. Smith Peter and Joan Allen Daniel Schneider and Mary Lansing Mark and Nancy Goodman
David Amborn and Karen Gilster Jeri Sebo David and Jennifer Grimsled
Foundation Jeff and Gale Bagstad t Jason “Corky” Smith Tim Gruenke and Lori Olson
Sara and Chris Battison Kathy Spelker Chuck and Carmen Gustafson
Designer’s Circle Robert and Gretchen Burns Joan and John-Peter Temple t Peter and Janice Gutierrez
($500-$999) Robert Coe Bill and Marge Terry Dennis and Donna Haggard
Chris and Vicki Born t Patrick and Ellen Conway Jim and Jo Ann Wickizer Herb and Barbara Heili
Roger and Kenna Christians Chad and Tammy Dutton Susan and Fred Heuer
John and Arla Clemons Ted and Mary Jean Eisenbacher Promoter ($125-$249) Diane and Jim Hoffmeister
Columbus Chemical Industries David and Barbara Foye t Anonymous (2) Charles and Mary Hosler
Keith and Mary Isaacs David and Nancy Goode Jim and Mary Anderson Norman and Joanne Jerome
t Martin and Jennifer Koop Jim and Jan Hanesworth James and Lynn Arends
Krin and Peter Krause Bill and Karen Hoel Arnold and Donna Asp (continued on page 30)
Jerry and Kathy Lokken Hon. Scott and Sue Horne Dave and Amy Bahr
t = Made a year-end gift to LCT
Patron Donor List
(continued from page 26) Ron and Frieda Nowland Stephen and Katherine Webster Gary and Mary Bubbers
t Wayne and Sandy Oliver David and Yvonne Whiteman Barbara Burchill
Promoter ($125-$249) David and Diane Palm Ed and Sharon Winga Frank and Kristi Cadwell
Mike and Clarice Kammel Melanie Pehling Gary and Debra Wold Paul and Gwynne Chafer
Rose Ann Kazmierczak Robert and Patricia Perlock Daryl and Margaret Wood Family t John and Lisa Conzemius
Bob and Mary Kelemen Carleen Poellinger and Paul Brown Ken Wortman (In memory of Jean) Barbara Decker
David and Barbara Kilpatrick Tom and Kathy Ready Julie Diermeier
Paul and Karen Klas Tom and Theresa Renard Supporter ($75-$124) Eileen Walsh Doyle
Cliff and Cheryl Kremmer River Town Dental Anonymous Stanley and Sue Dwyer
Robert Krueger Cam and Carlene Roberts Frank and Jenny Aberger t Jerry and Rose Eddy
Yvonne Labbe Kirk and Nancy Rodman Rhonda Akeson and Duane Lom Rich and Sally Egan
t Mike and Teri Lehrke Lisa, Sam and Katie Sauer Robert and Laurel Allen Gary and Lu Anne Ekern
Debbie Le Jeune Tom Schauer and Maureen Sullivan Gary and Judy Anderson Eldon and Fran Ellefson
Dr. Larry and Diane Lindesmith Sandy Sechrest Leanne J. Anderson Daryl and Nancy Ertl
t Steve and Cheryl Loehr Pete and Nancy Sedbrook The Anderson Family David and Teresa Faulkner
Neal Maccallum Jim and Linda Sherwood Lori and Gabi Bagniewski Dennis and Lauri Ford
t Wes and Karen Mack Ed and Laurie Solberg Dorothy Baures Adam and Robyn Foye
t Aurel and Sue Mailath Dick and Pat Spencer Nancy Beguin Joseph and Joan Francois
Michael and Sharon Markee Paul and Jane Steingraeber Clark and Margaret Berg Marla French
Stephen and Margeen Mau Greg and Joan Stellrecht Marc and Laurie Bertram Bill and Mary Graumann
Daniel McCammon Brian and Diane Sullivan Nancy Borgen Grace Hammond
Susan McDonald-Conroy Edward and Miriam Tanke Clem Bott Diane Hanson
Patricia McDowell Suzanne and Joseph Toce Tom and Carol Bramschreiber Natalie Hartigan
Janeth and Gerald Miller t Mark and Shanon Torgerud Judy Brennan David and Jo Ellen Hartman
Rich and Vicki Miller Lill A. Twining Leo and Kim Bronston Jim and Deb Head
Gary and Beth Mundinger t Audrey Uber Dr. Stephen and Sandra Brubaker Helen M. Heiser
Rosemary Nelson Donald and Linda Wagner Tom Bruemmer and Judy Cobb James and Barbara Hemker
Cyndy Nichols Kathleen Wagner Gale Bruessel
Tom and Lori Nigon Bradley and Leslie Weber Mark and Jennifer Brumm (continued on page 34)
Jon and Christi Nowland
t = Made a year-end gift to LCT
Patron Donor List
(continued from page 30) Robert and Jo Le Roy Paul and Judy Onsrud Martin and Ruby Smith
Rebecca Lee Florence Overgard Mark and Carol Solyst
Supporter ($75-$124) Tom and Jenelle Lee James Parker Dan and Janice Springer
Sherry Henning Walter and Shirley Leifeld Patrick and Susanne Peck Pat and Joanne Stephens
Mike and Cheri Herro Ken and Nancy Lerum Bonnie Pederson Wally and Betty Stoll
Mike and Lynn Hickey Steve and Karen Lind Colleen Phelps Peter and Judy Stuber
Donald and Kathy Hill Claude and Carolyn Lindeman Nancy Quinlisk Mary Swingle
Jerry and Diane Hoch Al and Betty Macha Robert and Colleen Raasch Carol Taebel
John and Linda Hoehn t Ron Malzer and Margaret t Marc B. and Elizabeth Goli Ranger Kathy Thompson
Judith Hoff Jim and Carol Reider Bill and Pam Thrune
Maria Holley Dihlmann-Malzer t Leah Reimann Barbara and Jerry Tripp
Dale and Christine Howard Robert and Diane Marcou Nancy Reithel and Tim Henke Kathleen Van Kirk-Przywojski
Gary and Cheryl Howly Blaine and Maria Mason Ms. Arlene Rhode
Ray and Joanne Hubley Lorraine McIlraith Chris and Mary Jo Salek and Paul Przywojski
Rollin and Connie Huebsch Fredrick and Barbara McNaughton Charles and Patti Sans Crainte Tony and Patrice Vander Wielen
Shirley Huhn Lloyd and Evelyn Miller Allen and Julia Saterbak Jo Voight
Richard and Marlene Hutter Howard and Nancy Mills Schmocker Financial Services David and Laura Wagner
Jeff and Amanda Jackson Mary Monsoor Sheri Schneider Colleen Walsh
Nancy Johnson Les and Helen Munson Kurt and Julie Schroeder Tom and Nathalie Weibel
Mark and Sharon Jolivette Curtis and Marcia Murray Lance and Tara Schuttenhelm Richard and Judy Williams
Joe and Linda Kastantin Doug Nelson and Cheri Olson Linda and Andrew Schwartz Ruth and Marc Williams
t Bob and Marlene Kohner Pam Nelson Doris and John Schwingle Joan Witte
Jan and Louise Kovars Sonja Nelson t Jacob and Erin Sciammas Harvey and Patricia Witzenburg
Michael Kruse Ed and Corine Neuman Glenn and Lila Seager Leon and Kay Wolfe
Paul and Kimberly Lansing Bill and Karen Newburg Charlie and Lynn Smader Frances I. Young
Kristie Lawrence Tamara Nowland Arlene Smith
Louise Lawrynk David and Terry O’Neill
t = Made a year-end gift to LCT
519 Commerce St
La Crosse, WI 54603
Weber Center for the Performing Arts
HDALL IN STAGE on SCREEN series
On-stage performances professionally recorded at some of the
greatest theatres in the world, projected in the Lyche Theatre in
SUMMER CAMP 2016 (AGES 8–15)
Photo by Theresa M. Smerud
Cue Creativity! Show Stomping Summer
JMuAlRyCH1183,–202162, 5, PAMugust 1–5 JulyMA2R5CH–221,92016, 7 PM
Students will hone their physical, vocal, and imagination skills wanhdiledicrreecatotTirnsgifrcaonmket PricCEhveieldrsrwena”nftreodmtoMbaeti“lPdoap?uThlaern”b“SyebizeeintgheWDicakye”da?nHdojwoinabuosuftoor noeurosfutmhem“Rerevmoultsiincgal
original play all about them! Led by professional actors, writers,
around the Midwest, this year’s summer camp will spark the(imRagEinaStioEn aRnd VED SEtAheTatreIiNnteGnsiv)e! Hone your triple-threat status while working on some of the
$15 forcraeatdAivigtuyeolfstev7.e.–r.y1.c.a3m..p.e.r...............................m..os.t.e.x.ci.ti.n.g.a.n.d.c.o.n.t.em..p.o.ra.r.yA.s.ghoe$ws-8st1op2fp–ion1grm5uSsictalunudmbeersnfrotm Broadway!
*Only 15 spots available!*
Each camp ends with a public showcase. Tuition includes two tickets to the showcase. Photo by Jessi Davidson Photo by Theresa M. Smerud
Cue Creativity! Show Stomping Summer
July 18–22, August 1–5 July 25–29
Students will hone their physical, vocal, and imagination skills while creating an Imagination SpectrumEver wanted to be“Popular”by being Wicked? How about one of the“Revolting
Acting for Youthoriginal play all about them! Led by professional actors, writers, and directors from Children”from Matilda? Then“Seize the Day”and join us for our summer musical
BasaicroaucntdintgheskMilidlswwesit,hthaisfoyceuars’sosnumimmaegricnaamtiponwiallnsdpatrhketahtericmaalgpilnaayt.ion and Tthhiesasternesionrtye-nfsriveen!dHlyonexepylourarttiroipnleo-ftthhreaimt satgaitnuastwiohni,lebowdoyr,kainngdovnoiscoemseeokfstthoe
6-week session. Ages 8–1c1r.e$a7ti0v/itsytuodf eevnetry camper. mgoivsteesxtcuidtienngtsanodn ctohnetaeumtipsomrasrpyeschtoruwm-sbtoapspicinskgilmlsuinsictahlenautrmicbaleprslafryo. mStuBdroeandtswaalyso!
April 9–May14, 2016A(gSaetusrd7a–y1s 131 am–Noon) will focus on building of socialAskgilles,sso1cia2l c–u1es5and invitation, and exploration
$160 6of-wemeeoktisoens.sIinocnlu. Adegsetsw8o-1t*8icO.kn$e7lty0s/1tso5tuB$sdpr1eiodnt7gste5avtoaiTlaebraleb!*ithia.
Each camp ends with a public showcase. Tuition inAclupdreisltw9o–tMickaetys t1o4th,e2sh0o1w6cas(eS.aturdays 10–11 am)
RSePgiRsteINr oGnlinSeE! SSION 2016
428 Front Street South • La Crosse, WI 54601 • 608-784-9292
This event, class, or activity is not sponsored or endorsed by the School District of La Crosse and is not printed at District expense. Photo by Jessi Davidson
Our season is made
possible, in part, by
La Crosse Community Theatre creates productions and projects that enhance the theatrical literacy of our audience members,
volunteers, students, and staff. We provide opportunities for creativity and personal growth in a fun, collaborative environment.
As a community, we celebrate human connections through communication and interaction.
Joe & Pat Heim October 24, 2015: Nordic Moods
featuring Janet Sung
George November 21, 2015: James Bond -The Ultimate 007 Concert
Smith featuring Mary Carewe
December 18 & 19, 2015: Home for the Holidays at the LSO
featuring Misty’s Dance Unlimited and La Crosse Dance Centre
February 6, 2016: Boy Wonders and Rising Stars
March 12, 2016: The Heavenly Life
featuring Caroline Worra
April 30, 2016: Music for the Bard,
with the LSO’s winning Conductor Wannabes
featuring Simon Mulligan
June 23, 2016 Chamber Concert: Voices on the Water
featuring Frederic Chiu
Purchase your ckets online today!
Thank you to our season sponsors
Box Office Policies and Procedures Cameras/Recording/Cell Phones/Pagers
The box office is open 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday-Friday and The use of cameras, recording equipment, cellular phones and
one hour before performances. General admission tickets may pagers is strictly prohibited in the theatre. You may check these
be charged to a credit card or paid for with a check/cash at the items at the box office. Please leave your seat number at the
window. Tickets must be paid for at the time of the reservation. box office.
Tickets also may be purchased at lacrossecommunitytheatre.org.
Parents, please leave your seat numbers with your babysitter. If
All seats should be reserved in advance, including those for they need to reach you during the performance, we will do our
season ticket holders. Reservations for the general public begin best. We do not interrupt the performance to page people for
approximately two weeks before the opening of each show; phone calls.
for season ticket holders about three weeks before the show.
Patron Donors (who have made an additional donation of $75 Flowers
or more per season) may reserve seats at any time. Season
ticket holders may purchase two additional tickets for guests Giving flowers to cast members while on stage is inappropriate.
for each season ticket purchased, and must be for the same per- Flowers may be left in the box office for the stage manager
formance the season ticket holder is attending. If you forget or to deliver or you may hand them to the cast member once he
are somehow prevented from reserving your seats on time, we or she is out of costume. Audience members are not allowed
will do our best to help you find seats. However, seats are not backstage. If you wish to meet with a cast or crew member after
guaranteed once public ticket sales begin. There are no refunds. the show, please wait for them in the auditorium or lobby.
Please call the box office at 784-9292 if you have questions.
Bad Weather Policy
Need to Exchange Your Tickets?
It is the policy of La Crosse Community Theatre not to cancel
• All ticket exchanges must be done in person at the box office if performances due to bad weather. As a result, we urge our
your tickets have been printed. ticket holders to make every effort to attend the performance
for which they hold tickets. Should this prove impossible, please
• There is a $2.00 per ticket exchange fee, which is waived for call the box office as soon as possible before the performance
season ticket holders and Patron Donors. and alternative arrangements will be made. We cannot guaran-
tee that seating will be available for an alternate performance.
• Tickets may only be exchanged for another performance of There are no refunds for inclement weather.
the same show, not for another show.
Babies and Small Children
• Tickets must be exchanged at least 24 hours prior to the
performance the original tickets are for. We welcome children old enough to enjoy our productions.
For the comfort of all audience members, we ask that children
• In case of emergency, we may (at our discretion) allow the under 4 not attend productions. Regardless of age, all members
customer to use his or her tickets on another night if tickets of the audience must have a ticket for admission.
are available. These tickets may not be reserved ahead of
time. The ticket exchange fee still applies. Late Seating Policy
Unable to Use Your Tickets? We strive to begin performances on time. Please allow plenty
of time to find the theatre and to take your seat. If you arrive
Sorry, all sales are final. There are no refunds. Please return your more than 15 minutes after the show begins, we reserve the
unused tickets at least 24 hours in advance of the production right to release your seat(s) to someone else. There are no
date to receive a receipt for a tax-deductible donation. refunds. Late arrivals will be seated at our discretion.
Weber Center Staff & Board
STAFF MEMBERS Concessions Staff. . . . . . . . Stephanie Canales, Cassie George,
Executive Director. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . David R. Kilpatrick . . . . . Kelly Krieg-Sigman, Glenna Krzyzanowski, Janet Loeffler,
Weber Center Technical Director. . . . . . . . . . . Tim Harris . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dorina Lukins
Office Manager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jessi Davidson BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Bookkeeper. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mary Hofer President. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . David Amborn
House Managers. . . . . . . . . Kendra Andreska, April Brown, Vice-President. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Michael Ranscht
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sharon Dawidowski, Lisa Keyser Secretary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Glena Temple
Treasurer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J. Michael Hartigan
R. ichard B. Artman; Dick Spencer; Nancy Wigdahl Sedbrook
To find one of the six La Crosse-
area locations nearest you, visit
Associated Bank, N.A., is a Member FDIC and Associated Banc-Corp.
www.srci.biz Thank you
“In business Russell L. and Vera M.
to keep you in business, Smith Foundation
for its generous support and
24 hours a day.”
sponsorship this season
is proud to support the
Stocks | Bonds | Mutual Funds | Annuities
Retirement Plans | UITs | Managed Accounts
Financial Planning | Estate Planning
(608) 785-1727 | (800) 444-0578
201 Main Street, Suite 101
La Crosse, Wisconsin 54601
Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated | Member SIPC & NYSE | www.stifel.com