La Crosse Community Theatre presents
Sponsored by Theatre PG-13
September 11–20, 2015
Executive Director’s Note
ENJOY A GREAT 52ND SEASON! Of course, you will want to see all of these
by exploring illness and its nal consequences. We also depend on you, so let me thank you. With
There will be laughter and snickers aplenty with your attendance and support, together we make
a farce about juggling love, lives, and airline La Crosse a special place to visit, work, and live.
schedules. And our season rounds out with a boy
who follows his dream, taking him beyond his We are proud to be your community theatre for
wildest imagination. 52 wonderful years!
David R. Kilpatrick
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OCT 23–NOV 8, 2015 FALL 2015
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THE COMPLETE WORKS OF
ADAM LONG Written by
DANIEL SINGER JESS WINFIELD
Set/Lighting Designer Costume Designer Props Designer Props Designer
DILLON MANDY LISA K. SARA L.
MCARDLE PARMETER ADAMS ADAMS
Sound Designer Assistant Director Stage Manager
GREG ERIC KATYA
PARMETER LEITZEN CARTER
Produced by special arrangement with Broadway Play Publishing Inc., New York, NY.
The videotaping or other video or audio recording of this production is strictly prohibited.
The Complete Works of No single playwright in history is so beloved, so
William Shakespeare despised, and so debated as William Shakespeare.
Love him or hate him, Shakespeare’s works shine
(Abridged) light on the courage, triumph, and foibles of life.
His comedies, tragedies, histories, and poems
September 11–20, 2015 illuminate the most intimate and most epic, the
LCT’s 52nd season – 351st production most poignant and most ridiculous, of moments.
Archetypes, metaphors, and memes have been
Brush Up Your Shakespeare born of his work.
Wherefore art though, Romeo?” Shakespeare’s wisdom and wit have shaped our
“To be or not to be?” culture and our lives in ways we may never know.
“Out, damned spot!” Love him or hate him, thank you for honoring his
work by attending this irreverent celebration of
Who hasn’t heard those famous lines from Romeo his work.
and Juliet, Hamlet, or Macbeth?
Now, relax, turn o your brain, lower the level of
Everyone at LCT knows that I love Shakespeare. If it discourse, and enjoy the show!
were up to me, next season would be all Shakespeare,
all the time. I might throw in Kiss Me, Kate and The Greg Parmeter
Boys from Syracuse for variety, but you would get a Director
whole boatload of The Bard. Unfortunately, I would
probably have to polish up my resume if I did so. I jest,
of course, but wouldn’t it be wonderful?
La Crosse Community Theatre creates productions and
projects that enhance the theatrical literacy of our
audience members, volunteers, students, and sta . We
provide opportunities for creativity and personal growth
in a fun, collaborative environment. As a community, we
celebrate human connections through communication
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare
Comedies Histories Tragedies
All’s Well That Ends Well Henry IV, part 1 Antony and Cleopatra
As You Like It Henry IV, part 2 Coriolanus
The Comedy of Errors Henry V Hamlet
Cymbeline Henry VI, part 1 Julius Caesar
Love’s Labours Lost Henry VI, part 2 King Lear
Measure for Measure Henry VI, part 3 Macbeth
The Merry Wives of Windsor Henry VIII Othello
The Merchant of Venice King John Romeo and Juliet
A Midsummer Night’s Dream Richard II Timon of Athens
Much Ado About Nothing Richard III Titus Andronicus
Pericles, Prince of Tyre Poems Lost Plays
Taming of the Shrew
A Lover’s Complaint Love’s Labours Won
The Tempest The Rape of Lucrece Cardenio
Troilus and Cressida
Twelfth Night The Turtle and the Phoenix
Two Gentlemen of Verona
Venus and Adonis
This production will be performed with one 15-minute intermission.
* = LCT main stage debut
Don’t miss these activities!
^ 9/18 Pre-Show Talk: The Shakespeare
^ 9/19 Post-Show Talkback with cast and crew
CHUCK CHARBENEAU works as at Oakland University in Auburn Hills, MI, where he
an agile coach and developer for had the pleasure of playing many roles both on
Avanade, Inc. This production is his stage and o , most notably Sebastian in Twelfth
third, his second on stage with LCT. Night, Kolygin in Three Sisters, Hugh in Transla-
Last season he was assistant director tions, and as the director of Greater Tuna. He has
for 12 Angry Men and made his LCT debut in two beautiful daughters at home and would like to
another recent three-man ensemble piece, Guys on thank his wife, Sara Adams, for her support both
Ice. Chuck is the director of LCT’s improv ensemble, backstage and o stage, and her family for helping
The Webernauts, and producer of the Coulee Region out at home so he can be in this show.
Improv and Sketch Festival. Chuck studied theatre
Thank you to our Thank you to these
2015–2016 season people, who donated
toward our 2015–2016
Altra Financial Advisors
Associated Bank Tom and Jan Brock
Commercial A/V Systems Mary Swingle
Gundersen Health System Peter and Krin Krause
La Crosse Radio Group Kate Kersten
Logistics Health, Inc.
Russell L. and Vera M. Smith Foundation
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.
DEVIN SIMKO* is proud to be MATTHEW SPRINGER is an
performing in his rst show for LCT. Arkansas native and a Viterbo
He has not done any acting since he University alumnus with a degree in
graduated from De Soto High School theatre performance. This is his third
in 2006. He hopes to become a production with LCT, and he is proud
familiar face as a part of LCT . . . and a household to be a member of this cast. He thanks his family for
name. Devin lives in La Crosse, works for Nickelotti their support. Some of his most recent roles have
Construction, and enjoys shing and hunting. He been Ken Gorman in Rumors, Clown #2 in The 39
would like to thank his girlfriend, Stacey, and Cora Steps, Peter Pinnunziato in My Big Gay Italian
for their support. Funeral, and Thomas in Jesus Christ Superstar.
* = LCT main stage debut
Production and Design Sta
Director/Sound Designer.................. Greg Parmeter Sound Board Operator........................Olivia Golding
Set/Lighting Designer...................... Dillon McArdle Set Construction...............................Sharon Markee
Costume Designer ........................ Mandy Parmeter Costume Construction........................ Barb Burchill,
Props Designers........Lisa K. Adams, Sara L. Adams .... Marsha Erickson, Francie Johnson, Jeri Sebo,
Stage Manager..................................... Katya Carter ........................................................ Suzanne Young
Assistant Director................................... Eric Leitzen Run Crew..............................Samantha Abplanalp,
Deck Chief .......................................... Lisa K. Adams .................................Benny Goetting, Dawn Havican
Thank you to all who made this production possible, including Theresa M. Smerud and Krissa Valentine-Harnish for
photography, CBS Graphics, and Krissa Valentine-Harnish for props.
Our season is made
possible, in part, by
LCT Sta & 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
O ce Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jessi Davidson
Box O ce Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Ryan Pu er Nancy Flottmeyer, J. Michael Hartigan, Charles Link,
Box O ce Sta . . . Kendra Andreska, April Brown, Gary Mundinger, Brian K. Murphy, Randy Nelson,
Karl Noll, Joan Temple, Kathy Van Kirk-Przywojski,
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lisa Keyser, Lewis Youngren Bradley Weber
Bookkeeper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mary Hofer
O ce Manager Understudy . . . . .Amanda Wiese
Convert your ticket to a season subscription!
If The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) inspires you to see the rest of the season,
we will be happy to apply the price you paid for this show toward the cost of season tickets.
Contact the box o ce by September 20!
Production Sta Biographies
GREG PARMETER (Director/Sound MANDY PARMETER (Costume Designer)
Designer) earned his MFA from the is in her eighth season at LCT. She received
Johnny Carson School of Theatre and her MFA in costume design in May 2005
Film at the University of Nebraska- from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Lincoln. His acting credits include seasons with the Her work has taken her from Oklahoma to Washington,
Nebraska Repertory Theatre, Virginia Shakespeare Virginia, Nebraska, and Wisconsin. Mandy and Greg
Festival, Northern Fort Playhouse and a tour with are looking forward to their son, Benjamin, and
Hampstead Stage Company. Greg is in his seventh daughter, Matilda, growing up in the La Crosse
season with LCT. He thanks Mandy, Ben, and community.
Matilda for their love and support.
LISA K. ADAMS (Props Designer/Deck
DILLON MCARDLE (Set/Lighting Chief) has been in love with theatre
Designer) is LCT’s technical director. since she was ve. From those rst trips
A Viterbo University alum, he enjoys backstage to this day, she hasn’t lost the
building things, grilling out with feeling that it’s magical. Last season she witnessed
friends, and blowing snow. He would like to thank that magic coordinating crazy backstage antics in
his lovely wife, Megan, and son, Miles, who mean Noises O as assistant stage manager. She created
the world to him. multiple characters as a WBFR actor in Playhouse on
the Air Presents: Miracle on 34th Street. Lisa
would like to thank her folks for lighting the spark.
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Production Sta Biographies
(continued from page 12) substitute teacher over an 80-mile radius between
Lanesboro, MN, and Bangor, WI. You can see his
SARA L. ADAMS (Props Designer) grew up creative work at his website, generationextant.com,
doing theatre with her family in school and or on the Amazon Kindle Marketplace. Eric wants to
at local community theatres and studied thank Sarah and his 8-month-old daughter, Cindie,
theatre at UW-Eau Claire. While with LCT for all of their support and late nights with this show.
she has organized props for Noises O , The 39 Steps, He couldn’t get by without them.
and Twelve Angry Men. She is at home both on stage
and backstage and looks forward to the creative KATYA CARTER (Stage Manager) is a
opportunities this season holds. Thank you to Lisa and rst-time stage manager and long-time
Mandy for being great partners on this exciting project. volunteer at LCT. An actress and a proud
crew member, she has been a General’s
ERIC LEITZEN (Assistant Director) is a
writer, actor, and singer, and perennial Daughter in The Pirates of Penzance, an angel in
LCT volunteer. He and his wife, Sarah, Jesus Christ Superstar, and the titular role in The
were awarded the Volunteer of the Year Snow Queen. She can also be seen in the sketch
award for the 2013-2014 season. This is his third gig comedy troupe Live From La Crosse, and spends most
as an assistant director, coming o LCT’s Guys on Ice of her free time making people laugh. She would like
and The 39 Steps. He lives in Hokah and is a to thank her mother and Euel, Emily, Xavier, and
Benita for their support!
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Box O ce Policies and Procedures Cameras/Recording/Cell Phones/Pagers
The box o ce 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 o ce. Please leave your seat number at the
window. Tickets must be paid for at the time of the reservation. box o ce.
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 owers 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 o ce 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 nd 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 o ce at 784-9292 if you have questions.
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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 e ort 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 o ce 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.
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• 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
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Unable to Use Your Tickets? We strive to begin performances on time. Please allow plenty
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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.
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STAFF MEMBERS Concessions Sta . . . . . . . Stephanie Canales, Cassie George,
Executive Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . David R. Kilpatrick . . . . . Kelly Krieg-Sigman, Glenna Krzyzanowski, Dorina Lukins
Weber Center Technical Director . . . . . . . . . . Tim Harris BOARD OF DIRECTORS
O ce Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jessi Davidson President. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Richard B. Artman
Bookkeeper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mary Hofer Vice-President. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J. Michael Hartigan
House Managers . . . . . . . . Kendra Andreska, April Brown, Secretary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kenna Christians
. . . . . . . . . . .Sharon Dawidowski, Lisa Keyser, Lewis Youngren Treasurer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Michael Ranscht
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