The Ellen Stewart Theatre

Cover:
Trash Cuisine
by Belarus Free Theatre
Photo by Simon Annand
Prophetika: An Oratorio
Concept/Direction by Charlotte Brathwaite
Photo by Sofia Berinstein
March 20 – April 5 In The Club
Prophetika: an oratorio
CONCEIVED AND DIRECTED BY CHARLOTTE BRATHWAITE | COMPOSED BY COURTNEY BRYAN
INSTALLATION AND COSTUMES BY ABIGAIL DEVILLE
Part theatrical event, part visual art installation, part ritual ceremony, Prophetika: An
Oratorio proposes a mythical cosmology of colliding reflections on freedom and a view of
the current state of our world. Inspired by Harriet Tubman’s journey from enslavement to
liberation; the cosmic philosophies and improvisational style of Sun Ra; Alice Coltrane’s
consciousness raising devotional music and the mysterious invading black monoliths in
Stanley Kubrick’s classic sci-fi film 2001: A Space Odyssey.
March 26 – 29 In The First Floor Theatre
An Integrator’s Manual
WRITTEN AND PERFORMED BY DANIEL ALEXANDER JONES
IN COLLABORATION AND DIRECTED BY WILL DAVIS
Named by American Theatre Magazine as one of fifteen artists whose work would “change
American stages for decades to come,” Daniel Alexander Jones is an award-winning
interdisciplinary artist. An Integrator’s Manual traces loss and transfiguration resulting
from the failures of integration in the USA. Will we be agents of death or of life? Will we
weep and moan, or will we rise up? This work-in-progress presentation is directed by Will
Davis and features performer Jacques Gerard Colimon. Daniel Alexander Jones sounds a
ritual of release and a challenge for the future using story, song, and humor and features
original live music.
April 2 – 19 in the Ellen Stewart Theatre
Daily Life Everlasting
BY WITNESS RELOCATION | WRITTEN BY CHUCK MEE | DIRECTED & CHOREOGRAPHED BY DAN SAFER
April 10 – 11 in the First Floor Theatre
Zero or More
Disposable Lessons
BY OBJECTS IN PERFORMANCE | DIRECTED BY DOMINIKA LASTER
Celebrating the centennial of Polish painter, assemblage artist, set designer, and theater
director, Tadeusz Kantor, Zero or More Disposable Lessons explores the mechanics of
memory, anatomy of oppression, disposability of bodies, and dancing objects. This
performance confronting the work of Kantor, is devised by: Tim Creavin,
MarcDeWitt, Peter Gray, Yoni Greenwood, Dominika Laster, Crystal Liu, Leah Osterman,
Nathan A. Roberts, Harry Shamansky, Eddy Wang, and Donald Woodson.
April 16 – 26 in the First Floor Theatre
Swallow / Golondrina
BY SIN TEATRO INTIMUS | DIRECTED AND WRITTEN BY AMINTA DE LARA
In a time of deep partisan division and massive street demonstrations for and against the
government, two sisters are forced to delve into their relationship with their father and
what he represents leading to a confrontation stemming from their childhood. An
overwhelming parallel between child abuse and political violence is revealed. Music
by Mari­a Eugenia Atilano and Gina Monc and visuals by Carlos Ayesta, Helena Acosta
and Violette Bule. Aminta De Lara is a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic
Arts and is an original founding member of the theatre group Sinteatro, a collective of
artists who are striving to bring theatre back to its original ritual form with a minimalist
approach.
The third collaboration between Witness Relocation and acclaimed writer Charles Mee,
in which people meet, fall in love, make out with each other, find being alive awkward but
funny, and dance quite a lot. With original songs by Obie-winning composer Heather
Christian and costume design by Brooklyn-based maverick fashion designer Brad
Callahan, Witness Relocation combines dance and theater with the energy of a rock show,
exploding contemporary culture into intensely physical, outrageous, poetic, and
sometimes brutal performances.
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Shows in Chronological Order
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Bird in the House
Written, Directed, Performed by Dane Terry
Photo by Brett Lindell
April 25 – May 17 in the Ellen Stewart Theatre
April 11 – 12 in the Club
SpringTime
in Nickyland 2015
CURATED AND HOSTED BY NICKY PARAISO
In the spirit of rebirth, renewal and the resurrection of the spirit, we celebrate all things new
as well as all things old made new again. A host of downtown luminaries will take the stage
each night, including singer-songwriter extraordinaires David Cale & Dane
Terry, playwright/performer Mike Iveson, performance artist Salley May, the ever-popular
Shane Shane, and the return of the All-La MaMa Ding-Ding Chorus. Plus surprise guests as
always! Shed your winter layers and celebrate all things Spring!
April 17 – 26 in The Club
Bird In The House
WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY DANE TERRY
With Bird In The House, composer/performer Dane Terry paints scenes of childhood and
adolescence in the off-colors of standard-issue American neuroses. With Terry’s liquid
country and western piano sloshing all the while under his intoned yarns. Bird In The House
features songs from his new album Color Movies, which will be released concurrently.
Trash Cuisine
DEVISED AND PERFORMED BY BELARUS FREE THEATRE
DIRECTED AND ADAPTED BY NICOLAI KHALEZIN
CONCEPT, STAGE AND COSTUME DESIGN BY NICOLAI KHALEZIN AND NATALIA KALIADA
“ONE OF THE MOST POWERFUL UNDERGROUND COMPANIES ON THE PLANET” NEW YORK TIMES (2013)
Banned from performing in their home country, Belarus Free Theatre serves up food,
music, dance and Shakespeare as they share true stories from inmates, executioners,
human rights lawyers, and families of the executed. This provocative and urgent show
pierces the imagination with moments of the darkest humor as it challenges capital
punishment in our contemporary world, where 95 countries still carry out the death
penalty.
Belarus Free Theatre was founded in 2005 under Europe’s last surviving dictatorship; the
company is one of the most outspoken critics of Belarus’s repressive regime. Many
company members have served time in prison, lost their jobs, gone into hiding or been
exiled. Despite this, the company continues to develop award-winning work with the
support of artists around the world.
April 30 – May 17 in the First Floor Theatre
Eleven Reflections
on September
WRITTEN & DIRECTED BY ANDREA ASSAF
LIVE MUSIC BY AIDA SHAHGHASEMI AND GUEST ARTISTS
CHOREOGRAPHY CREATED & PERFORMED BY DONNA MEJIA
Eleven Reflections on September is a spoken word, multi-media performance on the Arab
American experience, Wars on/of Terror, and “the constant, quiet rain of death amidst
beauty” that each autumn brings in a post-9/11 world. Music, poetry and movement
interweave in an immersive environment, asking us to reflect on what has changed, and
for whom. Associated events will be presented in partnership with Hi-ARTS.
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Shows in Chronological Order
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The Floatones
Written by Jim Neu
Photo by Catherine Galasso
La MaMa Moves! Dance Festival
Photo of Dusk Ahead by Junk Ensemble
Photo by Luca Truffarelli
La MaMa Moves!
Dance Festival
La MaMa Moves! Dance Festival, celebrates it’s 10th Anniversary Season featuring emerging
and seasoned choreographers and reflecting La MaMa’s longstanding mission to performance
that transcends politics and unifies cultures.
Thierry micouin (france)
April 30 - May 2 | Off-site at John L. Tishman Auditorium, University Center at The New School
La MaMa Moves! 10th Anniversary Gala Honoring Ellen Robbins
May 21 | In The Ellen Stewart Theatre
Junk Ensemble
May 22- 24 | In The Ellen Stewart Theatre
Shared Evening - Gwen Welliver, Brandon Collwes, Eric Geiger
May 22- 24 | In The First Floor Theatre
Stanley Love Performance Group
May 22 - 24 | In The Club
Jane Comfort and Company
May 28 – 31 | In The Ellen Stewart Theatre
John Scott
May 28 – 31 | In The First Floor Theatre
DANCE CARTEL
May 28 – 30 | In The Gallery
Jon Kinzel
May 29 – 31 | In The Club
Yoshiko Chuma
June 4 – 7 | In The Ellen Stewart Theatre
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Alexandra Beller
Shows in Chronological Order
June 11 – 21 | In The Ellen Stewart Theatre
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May 1 – 10 in The Club
The Floatones
WRITTEN BY JIM NEU | DIRECTED BY CATHERINE GALASSO & KEITH MCDERMOTT
The Floatones is an experimental theater work in which four people form an “encounter
support group” that sings about “post meaning” and living “content free.” On the cutting
edge between entertainment and self-help, they inspire each other with idiosyncratic
gestures and atonal harmonies. Written by the late downtown theater legend Jim Neu,
The Floatones return to The Club at La MaMa after 25 years with a new generation of
downtown performers.
May 16 – 17 In The Club
My Heart is in the East
BY JESSICA LITWAK
My Heart is in the East is a poetic experiment that uses history as a model for peace
building. It is filled with humor, puppets, and many characters. The play takes place in
two realms: Present day Middle East, and 11th Century Cordoba where Muslims and Jews
lived in coexistence. Jessica Litwak is the Artistic Director of The H.E.A.T. Collective, an
organization dedicated to Healing, Education, Activism and Theatre, and the Director and
Founder of the New Generation Theatre Ensemble.
June 11 – 28 in the first floor theatre
This is Mary Brown
June 12 – 21 in The Club
YOUR WAR’TRY GRAVE
CONCEIVED, CREATED AND ASSEMBLED BY ARTHUR ADAIR
Theatre auteur Arthur Adair, returns to La MaMa with a musically-charged, theatrical
installation of psychedelic modernism steeped in ritual and informed by our human
relationship to water and war. A live sound-scape underscores a man vs. self vs. nature
narrative of classical, scientific & contemporary text engaged with psycho-physical
movement.
June 25 - 28 in the Ellen Stewart Theatre
Botox Angels
BY DOOD PAARD (AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS)
PERFORMED BY ELLEN GOEMANS, JANNEKE REMMERS AND MANJA TOPPER
TEXT BY ROB DE GRAAF
Rob de Graaf, Manja Topper and Ellen Goemans previously worked together on Freetown
(La MaMa, November/December 2012). Now they have created the feminist lesbian
relationship comedy Botox Angels, together with Janneke Remmers, a performance about
militant female sexuality in a small community, with lots of sultry dialogue, jealousy and
emotional violence. The text by Rob de Graaf will be interspersed with performances by
female artists from1964 to 2014.
WRITTEN AND PERFORMED BY WINSOME BROWN
DIRECTED BY BRAD ROUSE
This is Mary Brown is the epic story of a simple life. Mary Brown is an iconoclastic and
wickedly funny Irish immigrant. In this beautiful one-woman play, Obie-award winner
Winsome Brown channels her mother and her family, bringing to life the homesickness
and humor of an Irish expatriate; her struggles with aging and alcoholism; the ups and
downs of a 45-year marriage and three children; and finally, the sad grace of a mother’s
death. It is a story of family, revelatory and generous in its love, honesty, and humor.
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Shows in Chronological Order
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Botox Angles
By Dood Paard
Photo by Sanne Peper
May 28 - 30
La Mama Galleria
April 9 – May 10
Nobles & Savages
BY RARE GALLERY PARTNERSHIP
Nobles & Savages, a group exhibition featuring works by three artists represented by
RARE: Johnston Foster, Dionisios Fragias, and Eamon O’Kane. Their works reference the
noble side of man as well as a darker side that often obscures and interferes with his
better instincts.
May 13 – May 24
Posters For
Unwritten Plays
BY OANA MARIA CAJAL
A kaleidoscopic presentation of multimedia happenings dedicated to the great, and always
inspiring, Ellen Stewart. The show comprises the book launch of “Posters for Unwritten
Plays”, the first publication of its kind in the world portraying images for plays that have
not yet been written. Painter and playwright Oana Maria Cajal was born in Bucharest,
Romania, immigrated to the US in 1980, and currently resides in Montreal.
La MaMa Moves! Dance
Festival
BY DANCE CARTEL | WET CLUTCH
Known for delivering “boundary-stretching…haute-performance theory with a house
party vibe” (The New York Times) Ani Taj and The Dance Cartel creates experiences that
break the expectation of a “dance performance” in order to bring movement to a broad
and diverse audience. Inspired by Hollywood cinema’s female heroes from the past 50
years, Wet Clutch explores portable material that can be adapted to diverse spaces. Iconic
female imagery from the last four decades of Hollywood pop and cult films will complement and offset live choreography and celebratory actions, forming an explosive public
dance experience. Wet Clutch is the first chapter of their latest project, Drive-In.
June 3 - 21
Summons
JACK REYNOLDS, THEO COTE, AND EMMA RAE NORTON
Summons, a collaborative project with Jack Reynolds, Theo Cote, and Emma Rae Norton,
combines their respective works of paint, video, and digital imagery to create a new piece
of art. Each allows their own work to play a significant role throughout the process. The
show is as much about making a final piece as it is about discovering new contexts for
each other’s work.
June 25 – 28
American Mill
# 2 (Lint Head)
BY PIONEERS GO EAST COLLECTIVE
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Pioneers Go East Collective creates a new installation of it’s docudrama theatre work
about child labor in the early 20th century textile industry in the Southern United States.
Video and photography re-create the experience of mill workers, as live artists perform
folk music and interview excerpts inspired by original audio recordings from
textile workers.
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Bad Shepherd, 2014
Photo Courtesy the Artist
and RARE Gallery, New York
© 2014 Dionisios Fragias
Programs LA MAMA
at La Mama ARCHIVE:
THE ELLEN
STEWART
PRIVATE
COLLECTION
COFFEEHOUSE CHRONICLES
Michal Gamily | Director
Personal accounts of the history and
development of the experimental,
international and Off-Off Broadway
theatre scenes. Presented monthly.
POETRY ELECTRIC
William Electric Black | Director
A poetry scene dedicated to poets who
seek an alternative way to present the
spoken word and performance. Presented
monthly.
EXPERIMENTS ‘15
An ongoing play reading series exploring
new and experimental plays. Presented
monthly.
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Ozzie Rodriguez | Archive Director
The La MaMa Archive contains over
10,000 photographs, posters, play files,
costumes and items documenting the
extraordinary history of founder Ellen
Stewart, the evolution of La MaMa, and the
history of the Off Off Broadway
movement. The Archive is available
for research and open to the public by
appointment. Visitors are advised to make
appointments in advance to peruse our
collections by calling 212-260-2471 or
contacting us at [email protected]
La Mama
Learns
COMMUNITY AND EDUCATIONAL OUTREACH
Meet Up
Meet a La MaMa program curator at our
next Meet Up event. You will get an
opportunity to speak with the La MaMa
curator in charge of programming for your
area of interest: Theatre & Dance;
Puppetry; Playwriting, Poetry and Visual
Arts. Tell us why you want to present your
work at La MaMa, and show us who you
are! Please bring your portfolio and/or
resume with supporting materials. La
MaMa’s Meet Up will take place at 66 East
4th St. in the lobby of the Ellen Stewart
Theatre on the second floor of the Annex.
For details go to lamama.org.
La Mama Umbria International
Between June and August, students and
teachers reside at La MaMa Umbria, a 700
year-old historic building that has been
transformed into a work center and artists’
residence. It is located in the Umbrian
hillside just outside the town of Spoleto,
less than 2 hours from Rome. Immersed
in the creative, natural and regenerative
environment of Umbria, culturallydiverse
artists live together while working on
productions or participating in workshops
to develop their artistic skills.
STUDENT PROGRAMS
Sarah Lawrence College
Every Friday, Global Theatre Class
students from Sarah Lawrence visit La
MaMa to conduct workshops with a La
MaMa artist and to see a production in one
of La MaMa’s three performance venues.
Trinity/La MaMa
The Trinity/La MaMa Program utilizes the
landscape and history of New York City as
a catalyst for an intensive study in the arts.
The semester is structured to provide full
immersion in the NYC theatre, dance, and
performance communities as well as other
arts genres with the goal of fostering
artistic, academic, and personal growth.
Eugene Lang College, The New School
University For Liberal Arts
Eugene Lang has had a close partnership
with La MaMa for more than a decade.
Theater courses have utilized La MaMa’s
comprehensive archive to aid in student
development. Every year, Eugene Lang
Alumni gather at La MaMa to showcase
new work that has been inspired by La
MaMa’s rich theater history, and The Ellen
Stewart Theatre has continually served as a
home for main stage Lang productions.
Seoul Institute Of The Arts
The Seoul Institute of the Arts is a leading
arts institution in Korea, educating more
than 2,400 students and creative
professionals in 14 different artistic
disciplines. Every season La MaMa and
Seoul Institute of the Arts bring Korean
students to La MaMa for a four month
internship. In 2009 La MaMa and SIA
founded CultureHub together.
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La MaMa Archive
Members of La Mama’s Great Jones Repertory Company
in Bertolt Brecht’s The Good Woman of Setzuan
Directed by Andrei Serban
with music composed by Elizabeth Swados
Photo by Amnon Ben Nomis 1975, Courtesy of La Mama
Archive Ellen Stewart Private Collection
FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT:
Diane Lane, Neal Harris, Valois Mickens, Joanna Peled
BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT:
Joyce Hanley, Jane Lind, Charles Hayward
La Mama
Kids
La MaMa Kids is a series of creative
workshops and performances for the
young and the young at heart. Master
artists from LaMaMa teach theatre crafts
in workshops that encourage imaginative
play and hands-on learning. Children
and adults learn the basics of storytelling,
dance, mask and puppet-making, and
more!
This La MaMa Kids season will focus on
raising environmental awareness and
feature programs that explore indigenous
mythology and story-telling and the
harmony of man and nature.
Held on the first and third Saturday of
every month, La MaMa Kids is fun for the
whole family!
Culturehub
April 18
Arts and Science workshop
LED BY ANDREA PEREIRA AND
JULIA DOBNER-PEREIRA
May 2
La MaMa Play Date
HOSTED BY SLANT GROUP, PERRY YUNG AND
RICK EBIHARA
May 16
Adventures of Seucy
and Boto, Episode 3
BY LOCO7 DANCE PUPPET THEATRE COMPANY
June 6
Sound and Movement
workshop
CultureHub is where art and
technology intersect. Founded in 2009 by
La MaMa and the Seoul Institute of the
Arts, CultureHub has held over 300 events
and classes involving more than 200 artists
from nearly 30 different countries.
CultureHub is a space for artists and
audiences to connect, collaborate, and
innovate.
This spring, we are holding our annual
micro-residency for creative artists and
technologists. For more information and
to join our mailing list to stay updated on
our opportunities and events please visit
culturehub.org
“BEFORE I CAME TO
COLAB I WAS LOSING
MY INSPIRATION.
THIS REALLY INSPIRED
ME TO GET BACK INTO
MAKING ART.”
JON, 17, COLAB STUDENT
CoLab 2015
CoLab, our free art & technology summer
intensive for teens and young adults ages
15-20 will return this summer! Working
alongside professional artists and
technologists, participants explore a range
of mediums in a fun, hands on
environment. Please visit culturehub.org/
colab for more information.
LED BY MAURA DONOHUE
For more information visit
lamama.org/lamamakids
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CultureHub
Photo of The Return Progress
Workshop led by Tom Lee
Photo by CB Goodman
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June 16 – August 28
La MaMa Umbraia
International
La MaMa Umbria
Site-specific workshop presentation (2013)
Led by Stephan Koplowitz
Between June and August, students and teachers reside at La MaMa Umbria, a 700 year-old
historic building that has been transformed into a work center and artists’ residence. It is
located in the Umbrian hillside just outside the town of Spoleto, less than 2 hours from
Rome. Every summer La MaMa Umbria hosts artist residencies, and organizes workshops
led by internationally renowned art professionals whose work is impacting the
contemporary landscape of performative arts.
INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM FOR DIRECTORS
JUNE 27 – JULY 11 | Symposium Session 1
JULY 13 – July 27 | Symposium Session 2
Oh Tae-Suk (Korea) | Interpretation of Shakespeare with Korean theatrical methodology
Tina Landau (U.S.A.) | Viewpoints For A New Generation
Kok Heng Leun (Singapore) | Directing Intercultural Work
Mohammad B. Ghaffari (Iran) | Theatre Stripped To Its Elemental Core
Sergei Tcherkasski (Russia) | Russian School Of Directing: Action Analysis
Brett Bailey (South Africa) | Disorienting the Audience
Claudia Castellucci (Italy) | Theory of the Background
Stephan Koplowitz (U.S.A.) | Site Specificity And The Director’s Eye
MASTER ACTING WORKSHOP
JULY 29 - AUGUST 9
Nicholas Wolcz (Romania) | Mask And Identity / Eso Anthropos
Teresa Wełmińska and Andrzej Wełmiński (Poland) | Grammar Of Acting In Cricot Theatre
PLAYWRIGHT RETREAT
AUGUST 9 –18
Branden Jacobs-Jenkins (U.S.A.)
SITE SPECIFIC CREATIVE RESIDENCY
JUNE 17 – JUNE 29
Piazza In Scena | Conceived and Directed by Stephan Koplowitz (U.S.A.)
ACTING FOR THE CAMERA
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AUGUST 24 –28
John Strasberg (U.S.A.)
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OUr funders
January 1 – Deceember 31, 2014:
La MaMa is deeply grateful to all of our
friends and supporters whose generosity
has provided vital resources to our artists,
programming and services.
La MaMa 53rd Season Sponsors:
La MaMa is supported, in part, by public
funds from the National Endowment for
the Arts; the New York City Department
of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the
City Council, with special thanks to City
Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito;
and the New York State Council on the
Arts with the support of Governor Andrew
Cuomo and the New York State
Legislature.
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The Jerome Robbins Foundation
The Fan Fox & Leslie R. Samuels
Foundation
The Peg Santvoord Foundation
Sonya Soutus
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$100,000+
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Tides Foundation
New York City Department of
Cultural Affairs
$50,000-99,999
Anonymous
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Council on Library and Information
Resources
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The Jerome L. Greene Foundation
National Endowment for the Arts
New York State Council on the Arts
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Dr. Gerald J. & Dorothy R. Friedman
Foundation/ Jane Friedman
The Sequoia Foundation/Jeffrey Neuman
& Patricia Machado
Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom
The Harold and Mimi Steinberg
Charitable Trust
Joy Tomchin
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Artspace
Cotsen Foundation for the Art of Teaching
The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation
Distracted Globe Foundation / Wendy Vanden Heuvel
First Peoples Fund
Tim Fulham & Lise Olney
Mertz Gilmore Foundation
Tom Hanks & Rita Wilson
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van Itallie Foundation
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National Performance Network
Wynn J. Salisch
Peter Swords
$2,500-4,999
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The William C. Bullitt Foundation
The Community Church of New York Unitarian Universalist:
Ethelwyn Doolittle Justice
& Outreach Committee
The William & Eva Fox Foundation/ TCG
John Fulham
The Harkness Foundation for Dance
Heather Henson
Warren Leight & Karen Hauser
Leslie Kogod
Steven B. Malkenson
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James E. Reynolds
Settlement Housing Fund
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$1,000-2,499
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Lucille Lortel Foundation
Pamela A. Mann, Esq./
Carter Ledyard & Milburn LLP
Wiley McCarthy
George McDonald/ The Doe Fund
Karen L. McDonald
Ketly Michel
Luis Miranda
Stewart R. Mott Foundation
New York Community Trust Alliance
Bernstein Foundation Fund
Estelle Parsons
Susan Yanaoshi Quimby
The James E. Robinson Foundation
Joan A. Rose
Ernest Rubenstein
Dena & Irv Schechter
Robert C. & Elizabeth Sheehan
Brent Sikkema
Still Waters in a Storm
TheaterMania
Wallace Foundation
David Wickenden
Devera & Michael Witkin
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