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On Golden Pond

On Golden Pond show program

October 29-November 14, 2010

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Director’s Note

October 29-November 14, 2010 moments in the film, great visuals of a
LCT’s 47th season – 310th production golden pond, boat rides, baby loons, and
so on—everything that makes a movie
Thank you for coming to the performance memorable.
today. On Golden Pond is my first chance
to work with the committed volunteers But theatre and cinema are different.
who are so necessary to LCT’s success. When going to a film, we expect “reality.”
This production is also a connection I We know we are going to see a lake, a
can have with the staff of LCT, not as an rainstorm, and a loon. When going to the
executive director, but as an artist. Let me theatre, we are asked to do something
publically thank Greg for this opportunity. different. We willingly suspend our
disbeliefs. For a pond, we rely on our
Please indulge the teacher in me. On memories of a pond. We may not see
Golden Pond is the perfect occasion to loons, but we know they are present. A
compare theatre and cinema. Most of little water on a shirt and a clap of thunder,
you know that the 1981 movie starred and we have a full storm. These are the
Henry Fonda, Katherine Hepburn and joys of theatre—making an experience
Jane Fonda. There are some wonderful personal.

I’m grateful that the cast and crew have
worked hard to make this production very
special. It is not the film on stage; rather,
this performance is a separate entity.
Please put your own pond into the play.
I promise you, it is just offstage and full
of loons.

Thank you.

David R. Kilpatrick
Director, On Golden Pond
Executive Director, LCT

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La Crosse Community Theatre presents

On Golden Pond

Written by

Ernest Thompson

Director and Lighting Designer

David R. Kilpatrick

Set Designer Costume Designer Sound Designer

Dillon Mandy Kevin
McArdle Parmeter Laumbach

Properties Designer Producer Stage Manager

Bonnie Jo Kate Jeff
Bratina Kersten Copsey

On Golden Pond is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York.

Setting

The living room of a home on Golden Pond, Maine,
Summer of 1980.

Act 1 Act 2

May August
June September
July

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Cast of Characters in order of appearance

Norman Thayer, Jr................J. Michael Hartigan Chelsea Thayer Wayne...........Sheri Eimermann
Ethel Thayer.............................. Suzanne Young Billy Ray....................................Keaton Kennedy
Charlie Martin....................................Jim Nelson Bill Ray......................................... Sean McDevitt

Sheri Eimermann J. Michael Hartigan Keaton Kennedy Sean McDevitt Jim Nelson Suzanne Young

Stick around after the show on Thursday, Nov. 4, to chat with cast members!

Production Staff

Bonnie Jo Bratina Jeff Copsey Devin Horne Kate Kersten David R. Kilpatrick Kevin Laumbach Dillon McArdle Mandy Parmeter

Director and Light Design....... David R. Kilpatrick Run Crew.................Mary Greener, Robin McDevitt,
Set Design.........................................Dillon McArdle ........Julie Muellenberg, Dawn Potaracke, Lisa Wilde
Costume Design.......................... Mandy Parmeter
Sound Design............................... Kevin Laumbach Set Construction Crew...........Tanner Amundson,
Properties Design...................... Bonnie Jo Bratina ................Jesse Bray, Kyle Butterfield, Katya Carter,
Producer............................................... Kate Kersten ................. Tim Harris, Becky Howe, Abby Kilpatrick,
Stage Management..............................Jeff Copsey ........................... Barbara Kilpatrick, Sharon Markee,
Assistant Director................................Devin Horne ...........Gary Mundinger, Jim Nelson, Greg Parmeter,
Sound Board Operator...........................Linda Pfaff ................Scott Perket, Maria Schmidt, Kelsey Taunt
Light Board Operator........................... Herb Hucke
Box Office Staff...........................Jeremiah Galvan,
...................................Kelley Manson, Eric Severson,
.............................Nicholas Springer, Amanda Wiese

Special
Acknowledgments

Thanks to Vi and Jackie Bielefeldt, Sean McDevitt,
and Mike Adank.

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our region, and our lives.

Thank you!

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Before you go . . .

Reserve your seats — or purchase additional tickets —
for It’s A Wonderful Life tonight!

Directed by Greg Parmeter

George always wanted to have
the perfect life. What he didn’t

realize was that he had it all
along.

Adults $22, Students/Active Military $10 (Th/Su)

Special family pricing

Youths 12 and under are just $5 (any date) with the
purchase of 2 adult or season tickets.

Act today or wait to reserve your tickets beginning

Patron donors: Nov. 22

Season ticket holders: Nov. 29

Public: Dec. 6

Performances

Dec. 10-11, 16-18 at 7:30 p.m.

Dec. 12 and 19 at 2 p.m.

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Cast Biographies

SHERI EIMERMANN (Chelsea Thayer Wayne) is Matthew Harrison Brady in Inherit the Wind. Michael
a project assistant for Successful Projects who has enjoys photography, golf, “living the country life” and
been seen on the LCT stage as Sheila in Jake’s enjoys LCT because of “the opportunity for creative
Women and as an apostle in Godspell. Sheri’s hob- exploration at this incredible community resource.”
bies include volunteer work and her children, and she Michael would like to thank Vicki for her patience
enjoys volunteering at LCT because of the amazing and encouragement to pursue his love of theatre.
experience in sharing her passion for theatre with
friends. Sheri would like to thank her husband, Tim, KEATON KENNEDY (Billy Ray) is a freshman at
and her 3 children who allow her the freedom to play. Logan High School who has been seen on the LCT
stage as Jem in To Kill a Mockingbird and Tom of
J. MICHAEL HARTIGAN (Norman Thayer, Jr.) is Warwick in Camelot. Keaton enjoys reading and
a retired neonatologist and the 2008 Riverfest theatre because of the atmosphere and the ability
Commodore who has been seen on the LCT stage to play fun and diverse roles. Keaton would like to
as Otto Frank in The Diary of Anne Frank and thank his parents, friends and all of LCT.

SEAN McDEVITT (Bill Ray) is an employee of APAC
in La Crosse who has been seen on the LCT stage
as Boolie in Driving Miss Daisy and George in The
Women of Lockerbie. Sean enjoys filming and editing
videos for YouTube and loves LCT because “where
else in town can you walk in and immediately have
somebody hug you?” Sean would like to thank his
wife, Robin, for her love and support and would like
to dedicate his performance to his father, Dr. Steven
Jeffrey McDevitt.

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Cast Biographies

JIM NELSON (Charlie Martin) has been seen on
the LCT stage as Atticus Finch in To Kill a Mock-
ingbird and Officer Lockstock in Urinetown as well
as having been involved in productions at The
Pumphouse and UW-La Crosse’s SummerStage.
Jim enjoys golf, home repair and theatre because
of “the satisfaction of the team effort required to
mount a production.”

SUZANNE YOUNG (Ethel Thayer) has been
seen on the LCT stage as Daisy in Driving Miss
Daisy and as Mrs. Banks in Barefoot in the Park.
Suzanne enjoys gardening, knitting and hanging
out with her cats, Zebidy and Moddy. She enjoys
theatre because you meet people you might not
otherwise meet, and values the theatrical process:
“It’s like loons teaching their baby to fly.” Suzanne
would like to thank David Kilpatrick for the oppor-
tunity to be in his LCT directorial debut.

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Production Crew Biographies

Bonnie Jo Bratina (Properties Designer) is at LCT as Bernardo in West Side Story and as
an associate professor of microbiology at UW- Smokey and Vernon in Damn Yankees. He enjoys
La Crosse who has been seen as Karen in She reading, writing, outdoor activities and loves LCT
Loves Me on the LCT stage and who’s work you because of its “incredible sense of community.”
often see through props, Bonnie Jo likes playing Devin thanks his family, the cast, and David
softball, knitting, reading and cheering on the Kilpatrick and Greg Parmeter for the opportunity
Packers and the Brewers. Bonnie Jo enjoys the- to be a part of this production.
atre because of all the “delightfully insane people
you meet and work with.” She would like to thank Kate Kersten (Producer) is a graphic designer
her lab students, who have had to deal with her at Kwik Trip, Inc., She has been involved in many
crazy schedule. LCT shows in many ways, including Joseph and
the Technicolor Dreamcoat and Oklahoma! For
JEFF COPSEY (Stage Manager) is a retiree from this show, she holds a new “hands-on” position to
the US Navy who appeared most recently on the help recruit and train—through a complex reward
LCT stage as Mr. Maraczek in She Loves Me system involving licorice and chocolate—a team
and as Sir Castor in Camelot. He enjoys playing of behind-the-scenes volunteers, and to support
pool, poker and golf, and loves theatre because the cast and LCT staff. Her main goal was to
of the many different people who get together ensure that everyone who worked on this show
and quickly become like family. Jeff would like felt energized, comfortable with their job, accepted
to thank his family for “telling me, lo these many and ready to have fun. “It’s why we do what we
years ago, to ‘put up or shut up’ and go audition do. We love being part of that magic and sense of
for something.” family that LCT provides.” Kate thanks her family,
her supportive, talented friends, and Kyle and
devin horne (Assistant Director) is a recent David for the chance to explore this new role.
St. Olaf College graduate and a cardboard
specialist at Wild Wings. Devin has appeared

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Production Crew Biographies

david r. kilpatrick (Director/Lighting dillon McArdle (Set Designer) is from Min-
Designer) earned his Ph.D. from the University of neapolis but grew up in Las Vegas. He received a
Missouri–Columbia. The focus of his studies were bachelor of arts degree in technical production and
theatre architecture and directing, with an em- design from Viterbo University. Professional credits
phasis on original scripts. As a director, designer include the Great River Shakespeare Festival in
and stage manager, David has worked around Winona, Minn., the Virginia Shakespeare Festival in
the country from small theatres to grand houses. Williamsburg, Va., and the Commonweal Theatre Co.
Professional credits include The Old Creamery in Lanesboro, Minn. Dillon thanks all the volunteers
Theatre, Columbia Entertainment Company, who have given countless hours and, most of all, his
Classic Rose Dinner Theatre and West End Dinner wife, Megan, who supports him in every way.
Theatre. As a lighting designer, David’s favorite
productions include Hair, Nunsense and Leaving Mandy parmeter (Costume Designer) is in
Iowa. David is excited to be a part of the artistic her third season at LCT and is originally from Ab-
team here at LCT and looks forward to many more erdeen, S.D. She received her bachelor’s degree
productions. Thank you, Barbara and Abby, for in music education from Northern State University,
being so supportive. I love you both. where she discovered a passion for theatre. After
a year of teaching music, she moved to Lincoln,
KEVIN LAUMBACH (Sound Designer) was last Neb., to study costume design. She received her
seen at LCT as Franz Liebkind in The Producers. MFA in costume design in May 2005. Her work has
He enjoys gardening, sewing, and music mixing. taken her from Oklahoma to Washington, Virginia,
His favorite thing about theatre is the thrill of stepping Nebraska, and Wisconsin. Mandy and Greg are
out on stage and connecting with the audience. looking forward to their one-year-old son, Benja-
min, growing up in the La Crosse community.

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From the Artistic Director

Greetings, Friends. together a production. All are invited, even if you
don’t attend that evening’s performance.
Thank you for attending On Golden Pond and
continuing to be a part of this very exciting season. Perhaps most exciting of all is our upcoming
“Fridays Following” event on November 19. Our
In addition to this production, we have many first event—a staged reading of The War of the
incredible events on the horizon, and you are Worlds—was a big success, but I see even more
all invited. potential for our second event, an evening of
cabaret entertainment. This event will be open to
On November 1 and 2 will be auditions for our anyone who has a musical number, monologue,
upcoming holiday production, It’s a Wonderful scene, or other entertaining talent they’d like to
Life: A Live Radio Play (see page 6). In this clever share. (You may even see some performances
setting of the classic film, you will see the story of from our very own staff.) If you’re interested in
George Bailey performed as if you were attending performing, give us a call to sign up!
a live performance of a 1940s radio show. There
will be live music and sound effects, actors playing Thank you again supporting LCT and our efforts
multiple roles, and fun for the whole family. If you’re to continually expand and improve our artistic
interested in auditioning, sign up in the box office offerings!
while there is still time!
Greg Parmeter
On Thursday, November 4, as a part of a new “First Artistic Director
Thursdays” program, we will hold a post-show
talkback with the cast, crew and production team of
On Golden Pond. This is a wonderful opportunity
to ask questions and learn what it’s really like to put

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Guest Lobby Artists

Celebrating Coulee Region Artists
in Their Golden Years

Each of our guest artists has a story about their art and loves
to share it.
• Art Anderson won the 1986 Federal Duck Stamp and

many awards since then.
• Dick Seymour was featured in the Tribune last year as an

accomplished artist who has continued to paint since his
Parkinson’s Disease diagnosis.
• Yvonne Spreiter was the region’s first female graphic
artist and created the initial Heileman’s advertising and the
catalogs for Doerflinger’s.
• Marian Egan is a well-known watercolorist in this area.
• Jean Hayden works in colored pencil featuring botany and
birds.
• Bob White paints wildlife pictures in oil and has painted for
40 years.
If you would like to purchase a painting, please inquire at the
box office.

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Coming Soon to the

Clay Riness

November 6

Three Boomer
Broads

November 12 & 13

And Don’t Miss…

Theatre in the Raw Presents: The Shape of Things
November 18, 19, 20, 21

Old School Variety Show November 27 & 27

In the galleries: In Shades of Gray
Jerry Riness
Kader Room: Jean Keefe
Front Gallery: November 6, 5–7 pm
Balcony Gallery:
Artist Reception:

(608) 785-1434 www.ThePumpHouse.org

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together present

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2010-2011

ACTING CLASSES FOR young people

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Give someone you know the gift of live theatre!

Gift Certificates are Available
for Any Amount!

Ask about them at the box office!

Audience Services

Box Office Policies and Procedures Flowers
The box office is open 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. Giving flowers to cast members while on stage
Monday through Friday and one hour prior to each is inappropriate. Flowers may be left in the box
performance. Season ticket holders may order office for the stage manager to deliver or you may
two additional tickets for guests for each season hand them to the cast member once he or she
ticket purchased. These tickets must be for the is out of costume. Audience members are not
same performance the season ticket holder is allowed backstage. Please wait for your party in
attending. These tickets must be paid for with a the lobby.
credit card at the time of the reservation. General
admission tickets may be charged to a credit card Bad Weather Policy
or paid for with a check/cash at the window. It is the policy of La Crosse Community Theatre
not to cancel performances due to bad weather.
Need to Exchange Your Tickets? As a result, we urge our ticket holders to make
• All ticket exchanges must be done in person at every effort to attend the performance for which
they hold tickets. Should this prove impossible,
the box office. please call the box office as soon as possible
• There is a $1.00 per ticket exchange fee. before the performance and alternative arrange-
• Tickets may only be exchanged for another per- ments will be made. We cannot guarantee that
seating will be available for an alternate perfor-
formance of the same show, not for another show. mance. There are no refunds for weather.
• Tickets must be exchanged at least 24 hours prior
Babies and Small Children
to the performance the original tickets are for. We welcome children old enough to enjoy our
• In case of emergency, we may (at our discretion) productions. We ask that children under 4 do not
attend productions for the comfort of all audience
allow the customer to use his or her tickets on members. Regardless of age, all members of the
another night if tickets are available. These tickets audience must have a ticket for admission.
may not be reserved ahead of time. The ticket
exchange fee still applies. Seat Reservations
All seats must be reserved in advance, including
Unable to Use Your Tickets? those for season ticket holders. Reservations
Sorry, all sales are final. There are no refunds. begin approximately two weeks before the open-
Please return your unused tickets at least 24 ing of each show; for season ticket holders about
hours in advance of the production date to receive three weeks before the show; and for patrons*
a receipt for a tax-deductible donation. about four weeks before the show. Seats are not
guaranteed once public sales begin. There are no
Cameras, Recording Equipment, Cellular refunds. Please call the box office at 608-784-
Phones, and Pagers 9292 if you have any questions.
The use of cameras, recording equipment, cellular * Patrons are season ticket holders who have
phones, and pagers is strictly prohibited in the made an additional donation of $75 or more per
theatre. You may check these items at the box of- season.
fice. Pagers and cell phones are attended during
the performance. Please leave your seat number Late Seating Policy
at the box office. We strive to begin our performances on time.
Please allow plenty of time to find the theatre and
Phone Calls to take your seat. If you arrive more than 15 min-
Parents, please leave your seat numbers with utes after the show begins, we reserve the right
your babysitter. If they need to reach you during to release your seat(s) to someone else. There
the performance, we will do our best. We do not are no refunds. Late arrivals will be seated at the
interrupt the performance to page people for house manager’s discretion.
phone calls.

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LCT Staff & Board

STAFF MEMBERS
Executive Director. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . David R. Kilpatrick
Artistic Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Greg Parmeter
Technical Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dillon McArdle
Costume Supervisor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mandy Parmeter
Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Amanda Wiese
Publications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Eric Severson
Bookkeeper. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sheri Eimermann
Maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Arthur Neville-Neil

BOARD OF DIRECTORS
President. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chuck Roth
President-Elect. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . David Amborn
Secretary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nancy Korn-Smith
Treasurer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dar Isaacson
Past President. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tom Brock
Members at Large. . . . . Jennifer Brown, Kenna Christians, Kyle DeLap, J. Michael Hartigan, Hal Keitel,
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Krin Krause, Vicky Kunz, John Lyche, Jen Roberdeau, Nancy Wigdahl Sedbrook

Thank you to our Buy FREBSuyHGREBEuyNLOCAL

2010-2011 season Rooted in the community since 1908

sponsors! 784-7500

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Associated Bank p. 18
Central States Warehouse
CenturyLink
Commercial A/V Systems
Dahl Automotive
Dairyland Power Cooperative
DeBoer Pest Control
DigiCopy
Gundersen Lutheran
International Furniture
Kwik Trip
La Crosse Radio Group
Logistics Health
Pepsi Bottling Co
Pizza Doctors
Schomburg Refrigeration
State Bank Financial
Stifel Nicolaus
TrustPoint, Inc.
Vendi Advertising
WIPFLi LLP
Wisconsin Public Radio--WLSU/WHLA
WXOW



Patron Donor List

Supporter Stanley and Sue Dwyer Donald and Kathy Hill William and Helen Mackey
$75-$124 Michael and Mary Dzurko Les and Mary Hinze Robert and Diane Marcou
Frank and Jenny Aberger Rich and Sally K. Egan Jerry and Diane Hoch Sharon and Michael Markee
Norma Anderson Ted and Mary Eisenbacher Maria Holley Jane and Dave Matelski
Anonymous Donor Gary and Lu Anne Ekern Russell and Katie Holman Stephen and Margeen Mau
James and Lynn Arends Eldon and Fran Ellefson Charles and Mary Hosler Lorraine McIlraith
Lori Bagniewski Daryl and Nancy Ertl Dale and Christine Howard Tom and Gladys McLenahan
Tom and Mary Ballinger Matthew and Bridgette Faron Ray and Joanne Hubley Michael and Margo Merola
Gretchen Berns Todd and Mary Jo Fetsch Rollin and Connie Huebsch Lloyd and Evelyn Miller
Ken and Donna Birnbaum Robert and Maureen Freedland Jane Hulke Mike and Sandy Miller
Marlene Bittner Mitch and Marcia Galles John Hutchinson Vilas and Sally Miller
Jerome and Bev Bjornstad Michael and Gretchen Geary Florence Hyatt Rich and Vicki Miller
Alan and Cathy Braun Philip and Judy Gilbert Emmanuel Jacobson Edward B. and Sally Miner
Neil and Jennifer Brown Jim and Jo Glasser Jan and Lynn Jarvinen Mary Monsoor
Dianna Brown William and Sarah Goff Owen and Francie Johnson Claude and Judy Mosley
Tom Bruemmer and Judy Cobb Bill and Mary Graumann Ronald and Deb Johnson Patricia Muller
Gary and Mary Bubbers David and Jennifer Grimsled Rich and Joan Keller-Maresh Les and Helen Munson
Candice and Joe Bucheger Peter and Janice Gutierrez Arnold and Linda Klinkner Curt and Marcia Murray
Mark and Cari Burmaster Larry and Erma Hafner Alfred and Jean Knorr Patrick and Joan Nee
Erik and Michele Burton John Halbrehder and Robert and Christi Kouba Doug Nelson and Cheri Olson
Robert and Joyce Burzinski Scott and Nancy Kronn Tom and Lori Nigon
Wendy Butler Carolyn Diekmann Robert and Jo Le Roy Jon and Christi Nowland
Tony and Violet Capaul Natalie Hartigan Tom and Jenelle Lee Joseph and Claudia O’Keefe
Willard and Ann Carlow Esther Hayes Marvin and Debbie LeJeune Paul and Judy Onsrud
Ursula Cejpek Helen Heiser Karen and Steve Lind Ralph and Judy Osborne
Jean Clark Cheryl Helmreich Claude and Carolyn Lindeman Janice Otterson
Dorothy Coelin Jim and Barbara Hemker Steve and Cheryl Loehr Ann Padesky
Walt and Barbara Decker Spencer and Tammy Gregory and Barbara Loomis Bob and Pat Perlock
Diane Dunder Judith Loomis Jim and Lois Pinger
Henderson Lorraine Losinski John and Linda Proudfoot
Mike and Cheri Herro Wes and Karen Mack James Prudhome

600 Exchange Building • 205 Fifth Ave. S. • La Crosse,WI 54601

p. 20

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p. 21

Patron Donor List

Susan Quale Kathleen Wagner Kyle and Julie DeLap Robin and Alan Krumholz
Trudy Ramsbottom David and Laura Wagner Dave and Susan Derks Sandra J. Kujak
Marguerite Revie Colleen Walsh Merrill Deters and Sue and Steve Kundy
Arlene Rhode Ross and Lynn Marie West Henry and Beverly Lawrence
Ken and Sharron Ring David and Yvonne Whiteman Shirley Powell Ken and Nancy Lerum
Kenneth and Mary Rownd Richard and Judy Williams Tammy and Chad Dutton Larry and Diane Lindesmith
Norman and Lois Sanwick Kevin and Marla Withey Thomas Erb and Cecilia Caron Beverly J Mach
Josh and Anne Saylor James Wittenberg and Ramon and Connie Erickson Aurel and Sue Mailath
Fred Schaldach Ruth Everson Andrew and Nancy Matchett
James and Elaine Schauls Cheryl Amsrud David and Teresa Faulkner Lois Matthews
Wilma Scheffner Harvey and Pat Witzenburg Sandra Filla Jill McMullen
Glenn and Lila Seager Daryl and Margaret Wood Joseph and Joan Francois Les and Rita Messerschmidt
Sandy Sechrest Tom and Cindy Wright George and Joyce Fulford Janeth and Gerald Miller
Margaret Sherer Jim and Marilyn Wuttke David and Nancy Goode Kiernan and Tracy Minehan
Martin and Ruby Smith Mark and Nancy Goodman Kenneth and Carmin Nelson
Kathy Spelker Promoter Louis and Maureen Guillou Sonja Nelson
Dan and Janice Springer $125-$249 Donna and Dennis Haggard Harry and Cyndy Nichols
Lee and Ann Stansbury David Amborn and Stephen and Karen Hansen Jeanne Norby and
Dave and Debbie Stark Chuck and Cheryl Hanson
Paul and Jane Steingraeber Karen Gilster Drs. Tim and Kimberly Harbst Merle Holliday
Ramon and Betty Stelloh Arnold and Donna Asp Roger and Miriam Hatlem Ron and Frieda Nowland
Dave and Jackie Stoda Allen and Dianne Baker Herb and Barbara Heili Paul and Tamara Nowland
Wally and Betty Stoll Barbara Bates Ronald and Dawn Hill Bruce and Carol Odeen
Richard and Pam Strauss Mary Ann Baures Diane and Jim Hoffmeister Eugene and Karen Olson
Carol Taebel Leo and Carol Bina Scott and Sue Horne Carleen Poellinger and
Bill and Janet Tenner Todd Bjerke and Karen Kroll Darwin and Darlene Isaacson
Kathy Thompson Don and Mary Blaha-Deboer Dennis and Claire Jandt Paul Brown
Bill and Pam Thrune Clem and Karol Bott Nancy Johnson Nancy Reithel and Tim Henke
William and Ann Van Atta Kraig Brownell David and Barbara Kilpatrick Cam and Carlene Roberts and
Ruth Vanderploeg Jennifer Burchell and Judy Kirkpatrick
Vantage Architects Inc Michael and Bev Kratt Megan Thorstad
Howard and Joan Wachter Euel Bailey Cliff and Cheryl Kremmer Kirk and Nancy Rodman
Roger and Kenna Christians Robert Krueger Paul and Kay Schneider
Bob and Kay Conzemius Doris and John Schwingle
Gary and Susan Corbisier Nancy Sedbrook

p. 22

Viterbo University Bright Star Season Presents

Thursday, Feb. 10
7:30 p.m.

Viterbo University Fine Arts Center
Main Theatre

With a mix of acrobatic dexterity,
inventive wit, and startling imagery,
this contemporary dance company
transforms itself into striking sculptural
expressions. Experience movement in
its most glorious form.

Sponsored by

Box Office: 608-796-3100
www.viterbo.edu/fac

p. 23

Patron Donor List

Peter and Ginny Seielstad Robert Coe Donald and Nancy Smith Director’s Circle
James Sill and Mary Orrico Carol Copsey Edward and Miriam Tanke $1,000-$2,499
Ed and Laurie Solberg Sylvie and Kurt Firary Leon and Kay Wolfe Tom and Jan Brock
Dick and Pat Spencer David and Barbara Foye Julie Yahnke J. Michael and Vicki Hartigan
Greg and Joan Stellrecht Donald and Barbara Frank Hal and Julie Keitel
Brian and Diane Sullivan Bob and Mary Hubbard Designer’s Circle Jerry and Kathy Lokken
Ray Sundet Robert and Christine Johnson $500-$999 Scott and Mary Rathgaber
Steve and Rachelle Thicke Peter and Krin Krause Bud and Mabel Lou Ahrens Chuck and LuAnn Roth
Terry and Cheryl Thienes Gloria Kuesel Chris and Vicki Born
Suzanne and Joseph Toce Clive and Burness McBain Donna Brooks Producer’s Circle
Barbara and Jerry Tripp Ken and Janine Merkitch Felix and Marilyn Fernandes $2,500+
Lill Twining Mary and Kurt Mueller Daniel and Vicky Kunz John and Arla Clemons
Jo Voight Carl and Doris Mueller Michael and Carol Mader John and Linda Lyche
Karen D. Wagner River Town Dental Paul Magnuson
In memory of Barbara Waldera Jen Roberdeau and Lindy Saline
Ken and Jane Wastlund Dick and Mary Jean Sartz
Daniel and Jennifer Wilson Ken Schelper
Gary and Debra Wold Brian and Karen Rude
Ken and Jean Wortman Sally and Betty Ruud
Dennis and Sharon Ryan
Actor’s Circle Daniel Schneider and
$250-$499
Peter and Joan Allen Mary Lansing
Roy and Laurie Campbell William and Christine Smiley
Arlene Smith

p. 24

Box Office Notes

Concessions are available before the show and at intermission. Please help
keep our space clean by disposing of wrappers and bottles properly.
Please turn off cell phones and pagers or check them in the box office.
The house manager can monitor your cell phone or pager for you. Hearing
assistance devices are available in the box office.
The photographing, videotaping, or other video or audio recording of this
production is strictly prohibited. Due to space limitations, audience members
are not allowed backstage. Please wait in the theatre or lobby to meet cast and
crew members.

Help us be “GREEN”!

Feel free to leave your program in the lobby after the
show and we’ll reuse it for future audiences.

La Crescent-Hokah
Community Education

Proudly Presents

The International
Tenors

Friday, December 10, 7pm
La Crescent Fine Arts Auditorium

Reserved seating $15.
Reserved seating is $15. For tickets or

information call 507-895-5150.

p. 25

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worship, or attend school in La Crosse or Winona.

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