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To Kill A Mockingbird

To Kill A Mockingbird show program

M A INS TAGE

presents

Sponsored by

Book by Harper Lee
By special arrangement with Dramatic Publishing, Woodstock, Illinois
September 5-7, 11-14, and 18-20 at 7:30 p.m. September 21 at 2 p.m.

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The Callboard

I have always been of two minds Lee has always said that To Kill a
when it comes to directors’ notes in Mockingbird is not an autobiography,
playbills. As an audience member, but rather an example of how an author
I both love and loathe them. Being “should write about what he knows and
naturally curious, I love discovering write truthfully.”
trivial facts about the play. On the
other hand, I despise being told, in In 2007, Harper Lee was awarded
black and white, what to think about the Presidential Medal of Freedom
the play. I prefer to let the play speak by President George W. Bush. In his
for itself; well-written works tend to remarks, Bush stated, “One reason
reveal their themes and ideas without To Kill a Mockingbird succeeded is
help from a third party. the wise and kind heart of the author,
which comes through on every page.
Harper Lee herself has always declined ... To Kill a Mockingbird has influ-
to add an introduction to the book, enced the character of our country for
saying, “Introductions inhibit pleasure. the better. It’s been a gift to the entire
They kill the joy of anticipation. They world. As a model of good writing and
frustrate curiosity. The only good thing humane sensibility, this book will be
about introductions is that in some read and studied forever.”
cases they delay the dose to come.
Mockingbird still says what it has to The quality of any production should
say; it has managed to survive the be measured not only by the success of
years without preamble.” the performances but also by the qual-
ity of the production process. This is
In that light, I will contribute a few an important and difficult work, and all
facts, but leave the analysis up to those involved have given a great deal
you. To Kill a Mockingbird was of themselves to seeing it through. I
released in 1960, and in the 48 years am indebted to them for trusting me to
since its original publication it has lead and collaborate with them in this
never been out of print. In 1961, it endeavor. I hope that you get as much
was awarded the Pulitzer Prize after from this experience as we have.
spending 41 straight weeks as a best-
seller. Despite including many events Greg Parmeter, Director
that bear similarity to her own life,

Lobby Gallery

Marion R. Egan has lived in La workshops all over the country.
Crosse since she was eight years She started displaying her work
old. She has always had an interest in various galleries and art fairs.
in art, but didn’t get involved until She paints almost every day, and it
she majored in art education at the brings much pleasure to her life.
College of Saint Catherine in St.
Paul, Minn. Shortly after gradua- LCT welcomes you to browse the
tion, she married Dr. Greg Egan gallery. All pieces are for sale, and
and they had seven children. 25% of the purchase price will be
donated to La Crosse Community
When the children left home, Theatre. To make a purchase, please
Marion started taking art classes ask at the box office. Thank you for
at the University of Wisconsin- your patronage!
La Crosse and went to many art

Auditions

Auditions for Something’s Afoot: Sept. 8 & 9

2008-2009 Shows Yes, Virginia ...: Oct. 27 & 28

For detailed synopses and character Godspell: Dec. 8 & 9
descriptions, please visit our website,
lacrossecommunitytheatre.org. Please Twelfth Night: Feb. 2 & 3, 2009
call 784-9292 to schedule an audition
time. The Producers: March 23 & 24, 2009

Masquerade: May 11 & 12, 2009

Auditions for this year’s radio production

“The Dunwich Horror,”

an adaptation of the book by H. P. Lovecraft,
will be Monday, Sept. 15, at 7 p.m., at the LCT Annex, 508 Main St.

The production will air on WIZM 1410 on Halloween, Oct. 31.

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EXPERT DESIGNS
608-784-7500 Thursday evenings,
6:30-8:00 p.m., at the Annex,

508 Main St.

Dennis Kern is leading this ongoing
workshop through which he shares
“pathways into the intuitive”—exercises
and techniques he has developed in
30 years of observing and researching

specific actions that point to an
intuitive path.

These pathways are applicable to
acting, improvisation, and daily
communication in your life.

Dennis’s bio and more work-
shop info are available at
myplayfulself.com.

Johns, Flaherty & Collins, SC, is proud Maureen L.Kinney “Rediscover
to support the arts in our community. Terence R.Collins great food!”
Brent P.Smith
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Theatre Education

Don’t Miss Out! Photography by Theresa M. Smerud

Enrollment is now open for LCT’s Lori Portner
2008-2009 School of Theatre Arts.
Last year was a great success, and LCT Education Director
our second year offers more of the
same AND some great additions: The class you asked for is here!
expanded teaching staff, updated
curriculum, and performance FRIDAY FRIGHT NIGHT:
troupes. TALES OF TERROR
(Adults Only)
Call Lori at 784-9292, ext. 5, for a
brochure with registration form, or Instructors: Michael Scott and
download it from our website. Class Lori Portner
size is limited, so enroll today!
Learn local tales of terror and
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The 2008-2009 Season

To Kill a Mockingbird ...........................................Sept. 5-7, 11-14, and 18-21

Based on Harper Lee’s book and adapted by Christopher Sergel, To Kill a Mockingbird tells the
tale of Scout, a young girl in a small southern town about to experience dramatic events that will
affect the rest of her life. The play recounts how a local trial about controversial racial issues can
stir a town into a frenzy. Scout must understand what it means to stand up for what is right as her
father defends a young black man wrongfully accused of a grave crime. The family faces hostility
throughout the trial. The play offers a twist as the audience becomes the jury overseeing the young
man’s trial. This meaningful work of art is meant to challenge one’s own beliefs in justice.

Something’s Afoot..............Oct. 24-26, 30-Nov. 2, and Nov. 6-9 (Patrons’ Pick)

This musical spoof about the detective genre, mostly based on works by Agatha Christie, involves a
group of people invited to the estate of Lord Dudley Rancour. When the host is found dead, all race
to discover whodunit. Chaos ensues as one after another of the guests is killed. The musical, with
lyrics, music, and book by James McDonald, David Vos, and Robert Gerlach, is a comical journey
with a surprise twist at the end.

Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus..................... Dec. 12-14 and 19-21

Virginia O’Hanlon is an eight-year-old girl looking for the answers to whether Santa Claus is real
by writing a letter to the editor of the New York Sun in 1897. A veteran editor, Frank P. Church
knows the girl deserves a truthful answer. Based on real events, the play is narrated by the editor of
the Sun and puts the wonder back into Christmas from the views of a child and adult, making you
believe that Santa Claus “exists as certainly as love and generosity and devotion exist…”

Godspell ............................. Jan. 30-Feb. 1, 5-8, and 12-15 (AACT Festival Entry)

Godspell takes parables, mostly from the Gospel of Matthew, and modernizes them with energetic
force and creative twists to the 1970s. Jesus and his disciples, portrayed as hippies, sing their way
through his life, from Jesus’ baptism by John the Baptist to the passion of Christ. This colorful hip-
pie romp through the gospels is a classic for kids of all ages and should not be missed!

Twelfth Night .................................................... Mar. 20-22, 26-29, and Apr. 2-5

As with most Shakespeare comedies, Twelfth Night deals with lots of mistaken identity. Viola is
shipwrecked and loses sight of her twin brother, Sebastian. She masquerades as a young page for
Duke Orsino until she can find her brother. The duke takes her in as a confidant to help him court
Lady Olivia. But Olivia has developed a fancy for Orsino’s new page. Meanwhile, Viola falls in
love with her master, who still believes she is a man. The love triangles become more complex as
the steward Malvolio believes Lady Olivia is really secretly in love with him. All is finally revealed
when Sebastian returns and marries Lady Olivia, who mistakes him for Viola disguised as the page.

The Producers......................................................... May 8-10, 14-17, and 21-24

Mel Brooks’ comedy The Producers is truly a hit, winning a record 12 Tony® Awards and wowing
audiences. A down-on-his-luck Broadway producer and his well-mannered accountant scheme to
produce the most notorious flop in Broadway’s history, thereby bilking their backers out of millions
of dollars. Only one thing goes awry: the show is a smash hit! At the core of the insanely funny
adventure is a poignant emotional journey of two very different men who become friends.

Masquerade: A Magical Evening ........................... June 18-21 and 25-28

They say “variety is the spice of life,” so let us spice up your life with Masquerade, a variety
show filled with music, dance, and the spoken word, performed by the very talented youth of our
community. Enjoy music from shows such as Wicked, Les Miserables, and The Phantom of the
Opera. Enjoy scenes from classical to contemporary theatre that will leave you thrilled and eager
for more. You’re sure to enjoy this special evening of talent and skill you won’t soon forget.

Season Tickets

Broadway Package (all 7 shows) $94

Pick 5 (pick any 5 shows) $81

* Season ticket holders may reserve their
seats one week before the public; patrons,
two weeks. Patrons who donate $100 or
more may reserve their seats as soon as
they know their schedule (subject to avail-
ability). Reservations are required and
seats are not guaranteed after public ticket
sales begin.

For more information, call 608-784-9292 or Name(s)____________________________
visit www.lacrossecommunitytheatre.org. Address_____________________________
City/State/ZIP________________________
Single Tickets Phone _________(work) _________(home)

Musicals _______________________(mobile)
“Something’s Afoot,” “Godspell,” E-mail______________________________
and “The Producers”
General tickets, Friday or Saturday: $20.50 Broadway Package $_______

Thursday or Sunday: $19.50 ____ $94
Student/military tickets, Thursday or
Sunday: $10 Pick 5 $_______

Student rush tickets (if available 30 ____ $81
minutes prior to show time, Friday or
Saturday): $10 Patron Donation* $________

Plays *Donate $50 and order tickets two weeks before the
“To Kill a Mockingbird,” public. Donate $100 or more and reserve your seats
for any show as soon as you know your schedule!
“Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa
Claus,” and “Twelfth Night” TOTAL $_______
General tickets, Friday or Saturday: $18.50
○ Check enclosed (payable to LCT)
Thursday or Sunday: $17.50 ○ MasterCard ○VISA ○Discover
Student/military tickets, Thursday or
Sunday: $10 Card # ______________________________

Student rush tickets (if available 30 Exp. __/__ Signature___________________
minutes prior to show time, Friday or
Saturday): $10 Mail to: LCT, P.O. Box 1852,
La Crosse, WI 54602-1852
Youth Production

“Masquerade: A Magical Evening”
Adults: $10
Children: $5

LCT Staff

Executive Director .............................................................................................Allen Ebert
Box Office Supervisor....................................................................................Eric Severson
Education Director ............................................................................................Lori Portner
Scenic Designer/Tech Director ...................................................................Dillon McArdle
Costume Designer..................................................................................... Mandy Parmeter
Volunteer Coordinator....................................................................................Sheryl Clouse
House Managers........................................... Sheryl Clouse, Jeremiah Galvan, Sue Kundy,
......................................................................Andrew Manson, Lori Portner, Eric Severson

Board of Directors

President............................................................................................................. Tom Brock
1st Vice President...............................................................................................Cary Heyer
2nd Vice President .............................................................................................. Phil Addis
Treasurer ........................................................................................................... Chuck Roth
Secretary ................................................................................................Nancy Korn-Smith
Past President .....................................................................................................John Lyche
Members at Large ........................ David Amborn, Kenna Christians, Michael J. Hartigan,
...............................................................................Dar Isaacson, Krin Krause, Vicky Kunz

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Production Crew

Light Board Operator........................................................................................ Jeff Copsey
Sound Board Operator ....................................................................................Bernie Keller
Set Construction...................... Kristie Arens*, Kelley Bates, Leslie Bates, Diane Breeser,
...................Kate Kersten, Dillon McArdle, Jim Nelson, Mandy Parmeter, Greg Parmeter,
................................ Megan Remmen, Tami J. Wolden, Amanda Wright*, Cindy Wright*,
.........................................................................and the entire cast of To Kill a Mockingbird
Costume Construction.....................................Leslie Bates, Betty Lamb, Mandy Parmeter
Run Crew .................................................................. Christen Bockenfeld, Cindy Wright*

Season Brochure Design ......................................................................... Vendi Advertising
Photography .............................................................Ellickson Studio and Theresa Smerud
Historians ....................................................................Dawn Anderson, Diane Hoffmeister
Mailing Crew ..........Al Baker, Angie Baker, Dianne Baker, Emil Hanson, Ginny Hanson,
................. Bev Heebsch, Carol Knox, Linda Krueger, Lorrie Oestricher, Delores Pierson,
................................................Sue Quale, Connie Stockdale, Janet Tenner, Evelyn Weibel
Ushers (The Sound of Music) .....Mike Adank, Joe Anderson, Diane Baker, Angie Baker,
...... Bob Bilskemper, Addie Bott, Tom Brock, Jan Brock, Debbie Brown, Garrick Brown,
.................Kadee Brown*, Pat Carpenter, Mark Carpenter, Carol Copsey, Trink Copsey*,
........................... Dave Erickson, Kate Escher, Paul Escher, Emil Hanson, Ginny Hanson,
............Michael J. Hartigan, Vicky Hartigan, Jeff Illstrup, Charlene Krocker, Ken Lerum,
............... Nancy Lerum, Mike Miller, Theresa Miller, Lorrie Oestricher, Delores Pierson,
....Jeannie Pope, Blais Portner, Maria Pralle, Mary Jane Rathgaber, Veronica Rathgaber*,
............ Adam Rathgaber, Lee Schilling*, Katie Slupski, Mary Jane Snow, Laurie Soffa*,
...Connie Stockdale, Sherri Swan, Bill Tenner, Doug Vance, Denise Vance, Hope Vance*,
.....................................................................Evelyn Weibel, Suzanne Young, Amber Zabel

Concessions (The Sound of Music) .................Angie Baker, Diane Baker, Kelley Bates*,
......Tom Brock, Jan Brock, Debbie Brown, Garrick Brown, Kadee Brown, Carol Copsey,
........Nancy Flottmeyer, Michelle Hansen, Michelle Hanson, Mike Herro, Stacey Mitby*,
.............................Tom Nigon, Jennifer Phelan*, Maria Pralle, Cathy Zabel, Amber Zabel

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45TH SEASON 296TH PRODUCTION

La Crosse Community Theatre presents

To Kill a Mockingbird

Book by Harper Lee
By special arrangement with Dramatic Publishing, Woodstock, Illinois

Sponsored by Associated Bank

Season Media Sponsors are La Crosse Radio Group and WXOW TV-19.
The Season Marketing Sponsor is Vendi Advertising.

Director ..........................................................................................................Greg Parmeter
Costume Designer...................................................................................... Mandy Parmeter
Scenic/Lighting Designer............................................................................ Dillon McArdle
Stage Manager ............................................................................................. Tami J. Wolden
Sound Designer........................................................................................... Dillon McArdle
Props Master ................................................................................................ Tami J. Wolden

Cast List

Jean-Louise (Scout) Finch ........................................................................ Amanda Wright*
Jeremy (Jem) Finch..................................................................................Keaton Kennedy*
Atticus Finch.......................................................................................................Jim Nelson
Calpurnia....................................................................................................... Megan Pence*
Maudie Atkinson............................................................................................ Diane Breeser
Stephanie Crawford ......................................................................................Lisa K. Adams
Mrs. Dubose......................................................................................................Janet Tenner
Arthur (Boo) Radley ................................................................................Jeremy Kennedy*
Charles Baker Harris (Dill).............................................................................. Sallie Bestul
Heck Tate ...................................................................................................... Michael Kruse
Judge Taylor.........................................................................................................Dick Sartz
Reverend Sykes........................................................................................Darrell Ferguson*
Mayella Ewell .................................................................................................. Kelley Bates
Bob Ewell...................................................................................................... Dan Schneider
Walter Cunningham ........................................................................................ Tom Wright*
Mr. Gilmer......................................................................................................... Tim Harris*
Tom Robinson................................................................................................ Danny Jones*
Link Deas/Nathan Radley .............................................................................. Jim Goodman

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Maycomb, Alabama
1935

ACT ONE ACT TWO

Scene 1: Outside in a neighborhood Scene 1: Fifteen minutes later in the
in Maycomb Maycomb courthouse

Scene 2: The same neighborhood, Scene 2: Just outside the courtroom
a few weeks later Scene 3: Back in the courthouse
Scene 4: At the courthouse entrance
Scene 3: Outside the Maycomb jailhouse Scene 5: A few months later, in the
Scene 4: Inside the Maycomb courthouse
neighborhood
FIFTEEN-MINUTE INTERMISSION Scene 6: An evening on the way home
Scene 7: On the Finch front porch

There will be one 15-minute intermission pager for you. Hearing assistance equip-
for this show. Beverages and cookies will ment is available in the box office.
be served in the lobby. Only water and
soda bottles with caps (sold at the theatre) The photographing, videotaping, or other
are permitted in the theatre. video or audio recording of this production
is strictly prohibited. Due to space limita-
Please turn off cell phones and pagers or tions, audience members are not allowed
check them in the box office. The house backstage. Please wait in the theatre to
manager can monitor your cell phone or meet cast and crew members.

Acknowledgments

CC106.3 La Crosse Tribune Special thanks to:
WIZM & Z-93 Geri Parlin Central States Warehouse
WKTY/WRQT Terry Rindfleisch
KQEG Pete Schreier
WLSU La Crosse Floral
WHLA Mike Hayes
WKBH Bob Schmidt
WXOW TV-19 Randy Erickson
WLFN Debbie Brague
WKBT-TV Lucy Lemar
WLAX-TV John & Jacklyn
KQ98/KCLH Pepsi Co.

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Who’s Who

ASSOCIATED BANK is
the sponsor of this show.
VENDI ADVERTISING
is our marketing sponsor
and LA CROSSE RADIO
GROUP and WXOW TV-
19 are our media sponsors
this season. We thank them
all for their generosity and
commitment to La Crosse
Community Theatre.

LISA K. ADAMS poo Area Elementary School in Viola. She
(Stephanie Crawford) enjoys party appeared most recently at LCT as Gretl in
planning, La Crosse Loggers party- The Sound of Music. Sallie also has been
decking, and theatre. She appeared seen in Kickapoo High School’s produc-
at LCT most recently as Madame tion of Cinderella. She enjoys singing,
Branislowski in the musical Mame. reading, and playing piano. She likes,
She has appeared elsewhere as Kate through theatre, the chance to “get a break
in The Taming of the Shrew, as Myrtle to let go of all your thoughts and be some-
Brown in Mornings at Seven, and as one else.” She’d like to thank her family
Girl in The Audition in The Good Doctor. and friends for their support.
She really loves the sense of community
that community theatre provides. DIANE BREESER (Maudie Atkinson)
is a substitute teacher with the La Crosse
KELLEY BATES (Mayella Ewell) is a School District. She enjoys writing, walk-
medical transcriptionist at Gundersen ing, and reading. Diane grew up at LCT,
Lutheran. She enjoys singing, baseball working on her first show (Cabaret) in
(Cubs and Loggers) games, and Vikings 1978. She also played Gloria in Grace and
football. She appeared most recently at Gloria and Shelby in Steel Magnolias. A
LCT as Mollie Ralston in The Mousetrap. former theatre major, she says she learned
She has appeared elsewhere as Marta in “so much on this stage!” She also appeared
Company, Millie in Thoroughly Modern elsewhere as Rita in Educating Rita and as
Millie, and as Peter in Peter Pan. Kelley Marmee in Little Women. Diane wishes to
appreciates theatre’s opportunities to “lose acknowledge her husband, Randy, and her
yourself in a character,” and everything children, Emily and Ian Richards.
about LCT. She thanks Greg, Allen, and
Andy for their support. DARRELL FERGUSON* (Reverend
Sykes) is a teaching assistant with the West
SALLIE BESTUL (Charles “Dill” Baker Salem School District. He enjoys writing
Harris) is a fourth-grade student at Kicka- fiction, computer programming, and web-
site development. This is his LCT debut.

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2008-2009 SEASON TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE!

See the order form on page 7. If you already have tickets to this show, we
will be happy to deduct that price from your season ticket(s)!

To learn more, call 608-784-9292 or visit lacrossecommunitytheatre.org.

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Who’s Who

He appeared in his high school productions KEATON KENNEDY* (Jeremy “Jem”
of Hamlet and Macbeth. He thanks Katie Finch) is a seventh-grade student from
Chang for her support. Portage, Wis., excited to be making his
LCT and stage debut. He enjoys reading,
JIM GOODMAN (Link Deas/Nathan acting, gaming, sleeping, and fishing. He
Radley) is a junior at Sparta High School. thanks Tami for her support.
He enjoys writing, reading, playing
basketball, and playing video games. He MICHAEL KRUSE (Heck Tate) is formal-
appeared most recently at LCT as Robin wear manager at The Wedding Tree and
Hood in The Somewhat True Tale of Robin Ace A’ Hearts Tuxedo. He enjoys singing
Hood. He has appeared elsewhere in with the barbershop quartet Vintage Plus,
many productions, including Hello, Dolly; fishing, reading, and creating and playing
Pippin; The Nerd; and The Wiz. He thinks board and card games. He appeared most
the folks at LCT are very efficient and recently at LCT as Lindsey/Uncle Jeff in
“extremely nice.” He thanks his mom and the musical Mame. He appeared elsewhere
dad for their support. as Paul in Company, as Charlie in The
Foreigner, and as Ewart in The Music Man.
TIM HARRIS* (Mr. Gilmer) is general He enjoys the creative process of explor-
manager of Mr. Sandless Wood Floor ing and developing a character and “the
Refinishing. He enjoys disk golfing and fact that every show combines the actors,
traveling. This is his LCT and stage debut. crew, and audence into a unique experience
He appreciates LCT’s commitment to that will occur only once and can never
bringing theatrical arts to the area. He be replicated.” Most of all, he appreciates
thanks his parents for their continued the friendships made from sharing these
support of him in the arts. exriences with “some of the most interest-
ing people you will ever meet.” Michael
DANNY JONES* (Tom Robinson) is a thanks his family, friends, quartet, and
homemaker who is excited to be making coworkers for being supportive of his life
his LCT and stage debut. He says, “Theatre in the theatre.
allows the audience to safely enter and
view other realities. It also allows the DILLON McARDLE (Technical Director/
actor to safely communicate to and Set Designer) is originally from Minneapo-
provoke thoughtfulness in the observer.” lis, Minn., but grew up in Las Vegas, Nev.
He thanks his wife, Mary Jones, for her He returned to the Midwest to graduate
patience and understanding. from Viterbo University with a bachelor
of arts degree in technical production
JEREMY KENNEDY* (Arthur “Boo” and design. Some of his professional
Radley) is a salesman for Decker Design credits include the Great River Shake-
and is involved with his kids, the Riverfest speare Festival in Winona, Minn., the
board, and the La Crosse Jaycees. He is Virginia Shakespeare Festival in Williams-
excited to be making his LCT and stage burg, Va., and the Commonweal Theatre
debut and thanks Keaton, Tami, and Company in Lanesboro, Minn. Dillon
Heather for their support. would like to thank all the volunteers

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Who’s Who

who have given countless hours of time and a regional tour with the Hampstead
and, most of all, he would like to thank his Stage Company, based in New Hampshire.
fiancé, Megan, who supports him in every He was assistant director for The Sound of
way possible. Music here at LCT. He wishes to thank his
wife, Mandy, and the very talented staff of
JIM NELSON (Atticus Finch) has the community theatre for their efforts and
appeared in many LCT productions, support.
including as Elwood P. Dowd in Harvey
and as Officer Lockstock in Urinetown. MEGAN PENCE* (Calpurnia) is a recent
Elsewhere he appeared in Guys & Dolls graduate of UW-La Crosse with a theatre
and Noises Off. He enjoys golfing and degree and emphasis in stage management.
home maintenance and repair. He This is her LCT debut. Her most recent
appreciates “the concerted effort of all theatre experience in college was as stage
(cast, crew, staff, volunteers) that is manager for The Diary of Anne Frank
required for each and every production.” and Cabaret. She appreciates that “you
He thanks his Grandfather McCargo for never know what to expect” in theatre.
passing on his analytical thinking skills She thanks her mom, dad, and sister for
(and thinks maybe he got too much of their love and support; Jerry Girton and the
that). UW-La Crosse theatre family for making
theatre so much fun and for supporting her
MANDY PARMETER (Costume Design- in her dreams; Jamie and John “for all you
er) is originally from Aberdeen, S.D. She do putting up with me and my busy sched-
received her bachelor’s degree in music ule”; and Derrick for being a great friend
education from Northern State University. and giving up all he did for this show.
While there, she discovered her passion
for theatre. After a year of teaching music, DICK SARTZ (Judge Taylor) has appeared
she relocated to Lincoln, Neb., to study in many productions, including at LCT as
costume design. She received her MFA Norman in On Golden Pond and as Paw
in costume design in May 2005 and has (Hector) in Foxfire. Elsewhere he has
been freelance designing and teaching. appeared in Sleuth, Camelot, and The
Her work has taken her from Oklahoma Dining Room, among other productions.
to Washington, Virginia, Nebraska, and He enjoys reading, playing and listening
Wisconsin. Mandy would like to thank her to percussion music, playing bridge and
husband, Greg, for relocating his life to La golf, fly-fishing, and theatre (on stage and
Crosse. His support is a true blessing and off). He enjoys creating and playing each
one of the reasons she loves him so much. character. He says, “LCT has given me
many happy hours and years on and off
GREG PARMETER (Director) earned his stage, and many good friends.” He thanks
MFA in acting from the Johnny Carson his wife, Mary Jean, for her patience and
School of Theatre and Film at the Univer- support over his 35-year theatre career.
sity of Nebraska-Lincoln. His professional
credits include seasons with the Northern DAN SCHNEIDER (Bob Ewell) is
Fort Playhouse, the Nebraska Repertory retired, working part time at Riverfront.
Theatre, the Virginia Shakespeare Festival, He enjoys bike riding, running, reading,

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and watching old movies. This is his 21st for his encouragement to follow what she
season at LCT. He has appeared in many loves.
productions, including in the band for
Cotton Patch Gospel and as the guitar- AMANDA WRIGHT* (Jean-Louise
playing son in Foxfire. Elsewhere he has “Scout” Finch) is a seventh-grade
appeared in Don’t Hug Me, Letters from student at La Crescent Middle School.
Stalingrad, and Spoon River Anthology. She enjoys acting, singing, dancing,
At LCT he enjoys the people (whom you traveling, and shopping. This is her LCT
meet and trust on stage) and “the chance to debut. Elsewhere she has appeared as Baby
become someone else.” He thanks his wife, Louise in Gypsy, as Beth in Little Women,
Mary, and two children, Grace and Bill, for as Tessie in Annie, as well as other roles
their support. in The Music Man, The Wizard of Oz,
and Oliver. She likes being on stage and
JANET TENNER (Mrs. Dubose) works working with other people. She thanks
in the children’s department at La Crosse her family for all of their support, and the
Public Library. She enjoys reading, production team who makes the shows
traveling, and collecting music boxes. possible.
She is an avid race car fan. She and her
husband, Bill, have three grown children TOM WRIGHT* (Walter Cunningham) is
and six wonderful grandchildren. This is a clinical manager at Gundersen Lutheran
Janet’s second appearance at LCT. She also Emergency Medical Services. He is an
played Betty Chumley in Harvey. Janet avid pilot and enjoys theatre and learning
loves every aspect of the theatre, where she to play the banjo. This is his LCT debut.
has volunteered for nine years. “It’s great Elsewhere he has appeared in Oliver,
working with the friendly and talented Mornings at Seven, Company, and Kat
folks at LCT.” She thanks Bill for his Kers. Through theatre he enjoys “living
support, and Greg for the opportunity to segments of history that one can only read
be “part of this magnificent production.” about.” He thanks his whole family for
their undying support.
TAMI J. WOLDEN (Stage Manager)
works at Franciscan Skemp Healthcare
and attends classes at Viterbo University.



She was stage manager for the LCT

productions of The Mousetrap and


A Christmas Carol. Elsewhere she
was stage manager for Tomfoolery and

codirector for Pompadours and Poodle
Skirts. She enjoys travel, sailing, and fiber


arts. Tami enjoys working with creative





people and being able to add to the theatre



experience. She thanks Dillon for allowing
her to always try new projects, Greg for
making theatre fun and exciting, and Mark












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