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Broadway Rose Theatre Company’s 2021 Season is proudly presented by
Pearson Financial Group

Welcome

Thank you for joining us for the first show in our 30th anniversary season! At this milestone, we can’t help but look back with wonder and gratitude at how much we have grown since our first production in the summer of 1992. This celebratory time comes during a global pandemic that has impacted nearly every aspect of our lives, including theatre, and yet, our faith in our mission remains unshaken. We believe the world needs this work as much as ever.

We have a terrific slate of musicals queued up for your enjoyment this year and we’re preparing for the return of live performances when it’s safe to welcome you back to the theatre. The 2021 season promises a chance to reflect on our history, meet the extraordinary moment we’re in today, and build for an even stronger future. Similarly, in each of the five shows that we will produce this year, the characters reflect on their lives: the past, present, and future. In The Story of My Life, two friends recount their humorous adventures, quibble about their past, and ultimately discover what is at the base of every strong friendship… love. Perhaps this production will inspire you to reconnect with those who were part of the earliest chapters of your own life stories.

Thank you for all the ways you have stood by us through these past 11 months: renting our digital productions, making donations, telling others about our work, participating in our youth education programs, and staying in touch through social media, email, cards, and letters. Your continued support has been wonderful encouragement, and we’re looking ahead with hope and excitement.

Enjoy the show!

Sharon Maroney                      
Producing Artistic Director

Dan Murphy
Managing Director

Broadway Rose Theatre Company believes that diversity brings a vital richness and depth to the stories it presents on its stages and that theatre should not just entertain, but expose audiences to new experiences and expand their worldview. It is committed to its work in improving its equity, diversity, and inclusion efforts and fostering an environment where all people are welcome.

About Broadway Rose

Broadway Rose is Oregon’s premier musical theatre company, serving the Portland-metro area since 1992. We produce professional musicals year-round in two venues, as well as summer children’s musicals, camps, special events, and more. A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Broadway Rose is committed to keeping live theatre affordable and making our productions accessible to all ages and members of the community.

Broadway Rose is a member of the National Alliance for Musical Theatre, Theatre Communications Group, Portland Area Theatre Alliance, and the Westside Cultural Alliance.

Our Mission

Broadway Rose Theatre Company exists to create unparalleled musical theatre experiences that invigorate audiences and enrich our communities.

 

If you are able, please donate today to help sustain us through this crisis so that we can bring live musical theatre back as soon as it’s safe to do so.

About Broadway Rose

Broadway Rose is Oregon’s premier musical theatre company, serving the Portland-metro area since 1992. We produce professional musicals year-round in two venues, as well as summer children’s musicals, camps, special events, and more. A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Broadway Rose is committed to keeping live theatre affordable and making our productions accessible to all ages and members of the community.

Broadway Rose is a member of the National Alliance for Musical Theatre, Theatre Communications Group, Portland Area Theatre Alliance, and Tualatin Valley Creates.

Our Mission

Broadway Rose Theatre Company exists to create unparalleled musical theatre experiences that invigorate audiences and enrich our communities.

Broadway Rose Theatre Company believes that diversity brings a vital richness and depth to the stories it presents on its stages and that theatre should not just entertain, but expose audiences to new experiences and expand their worldview. It is committed to its work in improving its equity, diversity, and inclusion efforts and fostering an environment where all people are welcome.

If you are able, please donate today to help sustain us through this crisis so that we can bring live musical theatre back as soon as it’s safe to do so.

THE STORY OF MY LIFE

Music and Lyrics by NEIL BARTRAM

Book by BRIAN HILL

Original Broadway Production produced in 2009 by
Chase Mishkin, Jack M. Dalgleish, Bud Martin, Carole L. Haber
in association with Chunsoo Shin

“The Story of My Life” received its world premiere at the Canadian Stage Company’s Berkeley Street Theatre, in Toronto, Canada on November 2, 2006

The Musical was presented at the National Alliance for Musical Theatre’s Festival of New Musicals in 2007

Subsequently Produced by Goodspeed Musicals,
Michael P. Price, Executive Producer

Streaming is presented by special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).
All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.
www.mtishows.com

Streaming is made available through ShowTix4U, a web browser-based video platform.

The videotaping or other video or audio recording of this production is strictly prohibited.

Show Sponsor: Bonnie Conger

Artists

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Malia is thrilled to be back on the Broadway Rose Theatre stage after her most recent perfomance as Susie Dare in Up and Away. Holding a degree in theatre performance from Marymount Manhattan College, she spent her college years performing in New York and went on to tour the nation in the mega-musical Evita as Eva Peron. Returning to New York, she was featured in the “Town Hall: Rising Stars of Broadway” concert. She spent two years in Japan performing as Elphaba in the Universal Studios production of Wicked before returning to Portland. Favorite Portland credits include Fly By Night (Daphne), Carrie: The Musical (Carrie White), Anything Goes (Hope Harcourt), and Heathers: The Musical (Veronica Sawyer).
SHARON MARONEY, Director
Sharon Maroney is the co-founder and producing artistic director of Broadway Rose Theatre Company. The last few productions Sharon directed for Broadway Rose were Daddy Long LegsNunsense, A Grand Night for Singing, Beehive, Jungle Book, Oklahoma!, My Fair Lady, The Sound of Music, and The King and I. Sharon has directed over 25 productions for Broadway Rose; a few favorites are Phantom, Cole, The Will Rogers Follies, Fiddler on the Roof, and Bye Bye Birdie.
JEFFREY CHILDS, Music Director

Jeffrey is a Portland-based music director, pianist, and vocal coach. Previously at Broadway Rose, Jeffrey has music directed Daddy Long Legs, A Grand Night For Singing, Nunsense, A 1940s Radio Christmas Carol, Guys and Dolls, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, The World Goes ‘Round (Drammy, Portland Area Musical Theatre Award), Oklahoma!, and many more. Other credits include conductor for Little Shop of Horrors and assistant music director for The Color Purple and Sweeney Todd at Portland Center Stage; James and the Giant Peach, Jasper in Deadland, A Year With Frog and Toad (Drammy), and others with Oregon Children’s Theatre; and Violet and 13 the Musical with Staged! Jeffrey is also an instructor for summer camps and classes at Oregon Children’s Theatre and Spotlight. Before moving to Portland, he owned and operated Theatre ETC., a performing arts school for children; was the staff accompanist at CSU, Chico; and was a member of the Broadway Junior development team at Music Theatre International in New York City.

PHIL McBETH, Lighting Designer and Technical Director

Phil is proud to be the resident technical director at Broadway Rose. He has also designed lighting for many shows here, including Christmas My Way, Daddy Long Legs, A 1940s Radio Christmas Carol, Your Holiday Hit Parade, A Very Merry PDX-mas, West Side Story, Grease, and Adrift in Macao. Phil started his career at Sam Barlow High School and went on to college in Seattle at Cornish College of the Arts. Returning to Oregon, he was hired as the technical director at the Majestic Theatre in Corvallis. There he worked on his craft of lighting shows as well as freelance lighting on the side. He worked with Hult Center Resident Dance Company Dance Theatre of Oregon. With DTO he designed over 40 shows at the Hult Center. Phil has also worked with Rainbow Dance, Dance West, Oregon Children’s Theatre, Stumptown Stages, Mt. Hood Repertory, Enlightened Theatrics, and of course Broadway Rose. Phil reconnected with the love of his life and married Kimm Roberts the day that Broadway Rose’s 2015 production of Grease opened.

ALLISON DAWE, Costume Designer
Allison Dawe most recently designed costumes at Broadway Rose for Christmas My Way. Other favorite Broadway Rose credits include Footloose, Mamma Mia!, West Side Story (Portland Area Muscial Theatre Award and Drammy nomination), Band Geeks!, and Plaid Tidings. Allison has designed costumes in Portland for Lakewood Theatre Company, Portland Playhouse (2014 PAMTA Award: Light in the Piazza) and Third Rail Repertory Theatre. In New York, Allison has worked with the Ensemble Studio Theatre, The New School of Drama, Caps Lock Productions, and the New York Musical Theatre Festival. Allison was a 2018 Design Wing Fellow for the Great Plains Theatre Conference PlayLab in Omaha, Nebraska. She is currently the associate costume shop manager at The New School College of Performing Arts in Manhattan. M.F.A. Brooklyn College. www.allisondawe.com
BRIAN KARL MOEN, Sound Designer

Brian is in his fourth year as Broadway Rose’s resident sound designer. He also supports the technology and sound engineering needs at Broadway Rose. Brian’s sound design credits include: Broadway Rose’s Christmas My
Way, Daddy Long Legs, Once
 
(Portland Area Musical Theatre Award), Footloose (Broadway World Portland Award), Guys and Dolls (PAMTA), Mamma Mia! 
(Broadway World Portland Award), The Addams Family 
(PAMTA), A Funny Thing Happened on the Way To The Forum (PAMTA), West Side Story 
(Broadway World Portland Award); Stumptown Stage’s A Christmas Carol, Ain’t Misbehavin’ (PAMTA), 
Aida; and Elsinore Theatre’s Annie Get Your Gun. In addition to theatre, Brian enjoys time with his wife and dogs.

JEFF DUNCAN, Production Manager and Co-Properties Designer

Jeff began his theatre career at Music Theatre International where he worked on developing scripts and trial productions of various ‘Broadway Junior’ titles and ‘Disney Kids’ titles in conjunction with Macmillan/McGraw-Hill and was featured as a props specialist on various instructional videos. He was also part of the team that produced the first Junior Theatre Festival with MTI and Atlanta’s Theater of the Stars. Jeff joined the Broadway Rose staff in 2014 as production manager and continues to design props on the side. Locally, he has designed props for various productions including Murder for Two, Your Holiday Hit Parade, Whodunit…The Musical, and The World Goes ‘Round (Broadway Rose); as well as The Wolves at Portland Playhouse and A Year With Frog & Toad and Ella Enchanted at Oregon Children’s Theatre.

LIZ CARLSON, Assistant Production Manager, Co-Properties Designer, Scenic Painter, and Electrician

Liz is excited to be the props designer for The Story of My Life and is a proud member of the Broadway Rose production staff year-round. Her previous prop design credits for Broadway Rose include Christmas My WayDaddy Long Legs, Once, Nunsense, Ordinary Days, Trails, Church Basement Ladies, and The Wizard of Oz. She has previously worked on Into the Woods, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Company, Beehive, Snow White, Murder for Two, Always…Patsy Cline, and Beauty and the Beast in various capacities here at Broadway Rose over the seasons. Liz also works around the Portland area as a theatrical electrician and scenic artist. She would like to thank her parents for their lifetime support, and Broadway Rose for the many opportunities they have given her to do what she loves most.

JESSICA JUNOR, Stage Manager
This is Jessica’s eleventh season working with Broadway Rose; she is the resident stage manager and the master electrician. Jessica is happy to work as a part of the Broadway Rose family. Some shows she has worked on in the past include: Christmas My Way, Up and Away, It Happened One Christmas, Once, Footloose, Into the Woods, A Grand Night for Singing, Nunsense, A 1940s Radio Christmas Carol, Ordinary Days, Mamma Mia!, Murder for Two, Your Holiday Hit Parade, The Addams Family, Beehive, A Very Merry PDX-mas, Fly By Night, West Side Story, A Taffeta Christmas, Adrift in Macao, Thoroughly Modern Millie, The Music Man, The Bikinis, Plaid Tidings, Cats, Always…Patsy Cline (twice!), The Drowsy Chaperone, Hairspray, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, G.I. Holiday Jukebox, Honky Tonk Angels, and Forbidden Broadway. Jessica is happy to spend any time away from the theatre with her family.
NEIL BARTRAM, Composer and Lyricist
Neil is the composer and lyricist of Broadway’s The Story of My Life with book writer Brian Hill (four Drama Desk Award nominations). Other projects with Brian include The Adventures of Pinocchio (Chicago Shakespeare Theater), The Theory of Relativity (Canadian Music Theatre Project, Goodspeed Musicals, London Off-West End), Something Wicked This Way Comes (Delaware Theatre Company – 11 Barrymore Award nominations), and You Are Here (Goodspeed Musicals). Neil also wrote the score for Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s and Asolo Repertory Theatre’s productions of Shakespeare in Love. Upcoming projects include Les Belles (the stage adaptation of Michel Tremblay’s Les Belles Soeurs) and the stage adaptation of Disney’s beloved film Bedknobs and Broomsticks.  Neil’s awards include the ASCAP Foundation’s Yellen Award, a Jonathan Larson Foundation Award, and a Dramatists Guild Fellowship. The Story of My Life and The Theory of Relativity are licensed through Music Theatre International. The Adventures of Pinocchio is licensed through Rodgers & Hammerstein. Cast albums include The Story of My Life and The Theory of Relativity (both on PS Classics).
BRIAN HILL, Book Writer
With composer/lyricist Neil Bartram, Brian has written The Adventures of Pinocchio, The Theory of Relativity and The Story of My Life, which premiered on Broadway in 2009, earning four Drama Desk Award nominations (Outstanding Musical, Music, Lyrics, and Book). Current Bartram and Hill projects include Senza Luce (CMTP), Les Belles, You Are Here, Bedknobs and Broomsticks, and Something Wicked This Way Comes (Delaware Theatre Company – 11 Barrymore Award nominations). Brian wrote the new book for the Old Globe’s production of October Sky and the revised book for the Goodman Theatre’s acclaimed production of Brigadoon. The Story of My Life and The Theory of Relativity are licensed by Music Theatre International. The Adventures of Pinocchio is licensed through the Rodgers & Hammerstein organization.

Crew and Additional Talent

Sound Board Operator
MICHELLE STRAHM

Dresser
DAN MURPHY

Video Produced, Directed, and Edited by
MARK DANIELS

Camera Operators
MARK DANIELS
ROB LINDEMANN
JERRY ROUSSELLE

Video Production Assistant
JANICE PAVIK

Run time is approximately 1 hour and 40 minutes.

Content Advisory: The Story of My Life is recommended for ages 13 and older. The show contains mild profanity and themes of death and suicide. 
Click here for our Pre-viewing Sensory Guide for Children and Adults with Disabilities.

Special Thanks

CARLENE THOMPSON



ALEC CAMERON LUGO as Thomas Weaver
Alec Cameron Lugo (he/him), a local mixed-race Latinx performer, is very excited to be back with Broadway Rose Theatre Company, having previously appeared as The Steward in Into the Woods and as Oscar Wilde and others in their radio collaboration with All Classical Portland, Sherlock Holmes and The West End Horror. A 2016 graduate of Pacific University, he has theatre credits including productions with Northwest Children’s Theatre (Seussical, Mary Poppins), Anonymous Theatre Company (The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Oregon Children’s Theatre (The Legend of Rock, Paper, Scissors!), and Fuse Theatre Ensemble (Cabaret), among others. Television credits include the Emmy-nominated Documentary Now! episode “Original Cast Recording: Co-op” on IFC. Alec is also a graphic designer, videographer, and marketing consultant, and operates primarily as the marketing manager with Bag&Baggage Productions. His design work has been featured both locally and regionally. IG: @middlename_cameron
ANDREW WADE as Alvin Kelby

Andrew Wade is thrilled to ring in the New Year at Broadway Rose, where he last appeared as Tony in West Side Story. Originally from the Northwest, he now lives on the East Coast and works Off-Broadway, nationally, and internationally. Recent credits include The Office: A Musical Parody (Off-Broadway), the national tours of The Simon and Garfunkel Story and Rudolph, and productions of Little Women, Jersey Boys, Smoke on the Mountain, and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Outside of musical theatre, Andrew enjoys writing music and playing several instruments, including guitar, piano, mandolin, and standup bass.

Voice of young Thomas
BEN GRAND 
 

Voice of young Alvin
NOAH WATSON 

Musician

Piano
JEFFREY CHILDS

Musical Numbers

“Write What You Know”…….Thomas 

“Mrs. Remington”…….Alvin 

“The Greatest Gift”…….Alvin and Thomas 

“1876”…….Thomas 

“Normal”…….Thomas 

“People Carry On”…….Alvin 

“The Butterfly”…….Thomas 

“Saying Goodbye (Part 1)”……….Thomas and Alvin 

“Here’s Where It Begins”…….Thomas and Alvin 

“Saying Goodbye (Part 2)”……….Thomas and Alvin 

“Independence Day”…….Thomas 

“I Like It Here”…….……….Thomas 

“You’re Amazing, Tom”…….Alvin 

“Nothing There”……. Thomas and Alvin 

“I Didn’t See Alvin”…….Thomas 

“This Is It”…….Alvin and Thomas 

“Angels In the Snow”…….Alvin and Thomas 

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Malia is thrilled to be back on the Broadway Rose Theatre stage after her most recent perfomance as Susie Dare in Up and Away. Holding a degree in theatre performance from Marymount Manhattan College, she spent her college years performing in New York and went on to tour the nation in the mega-musical Evita as Eva Peron. Returning to New York, she was featured in the “Town Hall: Rising Stars of Broadway” concert. She spent two years in Japan performing as Elphaba in the Universal Studios production of Wicked before returning to Portland. Favorite Portland credits include Fly By Night (Daphne), Carrie: The Musical (Carrie White), Anything Goes (Hope Harcourt), and Heathers: The Musical (Veronica Sawyer).
SHARON MARONEY, Director

Sharon Maroney is the co-founder and producing artistic director of Broadway Rose Theatre Company. The last few productions Sharon directed for Broadway Rose were Daddy Long LegsNunsense, A Grand Night for Singing, Beehive, Jungle Book, Oklahoma!, My Fair Lady, The Sound of Music, and The King and I. Sharon has directed over 25 productions for Broadway Rose; a few favorites are Phantom, Cole, The Will Rogers Follies, Fiddler on the Roof, and Bye Bye Birdie.

JEFFREY CHILDS, Music Director

Jeffrey is a Portland-based music director, pianist, and vocal coach. Previously at Broadway Rose, Jeffrey has music directed Daddy Long Legs, A Grand Night For Singing, Nunsense, A 1940s Radio Christmas Carol, Guys and Dolls, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, The World Goes ‘Round (Drammy, Portland Area Musical Theatre Award), Oklahoma!, and many more. Other credits include conductor for Little Shop of Horrors and assistant music director for The Color Purple and Sweeney Todd at Portland Center Stage; James and the Giant Peach, Jasper in Deadland, A Year With Frog and Toad (Drammy), and others with Oregon Children’s Theatre; and Violet and 13 the Musical with Staged! Jeffrey is also an instructor for summer camps and classes at Oregon Children’s Theatre and Spotlight. Before moving to Portland, he owned and operated Theatre ETC., a performing arts school for children; was the staff accompanist at CSU, Chico; and was a member of the Broadway Junior development team at Music Theatre International in New York City.

PHIL McBETH, Lighting Designer and Technical Director

Phil is proud to be the resident technical director at Broadway Rose. He has also designed lighting for many shows here, including Christmas My Way, Daddy Long Legs, A 1940s Radio Christmas Carol, Your Holiday Hit Parade, A Very Merry PDX-mas, West Side Story, Grease, and Adrift in Macao. Phil started his career at Sam Barlow High School and went on to college in Seattle at Cornish College of the Arts. Returning to Oregon, he was hired as the technical director at the Majestic Theatre in Corvallis. There he worked on his craft of lighting shows as well as freelance lighting on the side. He worked with Hult Center Resident Dance Company Dance Theatre of Oregon. With DTO he designed over 40 shows at the Hult Center. Phil has also worked with Rainbow Dance, Dance West, Oregon Children’s Theatre, Stumptown Stages, Mt. Hood Repertory, Enlightened Theatrics, and of course Broadway Rose. Phil reconnected with the love of his life and married Kimm Roberts the day that Broadway Rose’s 2015 production of Grease opened.

ALLISON DAWE, Costume Designer
Allison Dawe most recently designed costumes at Broadway Rose for Christmas My Way. Other favorite Broadway Rose credits include Footloose, Mamma Mia!, West Side Story (Portland Area Muscial Theatre Award and Drammy nomination), Band Geeks!, and Plaid Tidings. Allison has designed costumes in Portland for Lakewood Theatre Company, Portland Playhouse (2014 PAMTA Award: Light in the Piazza) and Third Rail Repertory Theatre. In New York, Allison has worked with the Ensemble Studio Theatre, The New School of Drama, Caps Lock Productions, and the New York Musical Theatre Festival. Allison was a 2018 Design Wing Fellow for the Great Plains Theatre Conference PlayLab in Omaha, Nebraska. She is currently the associate costume shop manager at The New School College of Performing Arts in Manhattan. M.F.A. Brooklyn College. www.allisondawe.com
BRIAN KARL MOEN, Sound Designer

Brian is in his fourth year as Broadway Rose’s resident sound designer. He also supports the technology and sound engineering needs at Broadway Rose. Brian’s sound design credits include: Broadway Rose’s Christmas My WayDaddy Long LegsOnce (Portland Area Musical Theatre Award), Footloose (Broadway World Portland Award), Guys and Dolls (PAMTA), 
Mamma Mia! (Broadway World Portland Award), The Addams Family (PAMTA), A Funny Thing Happened on the Way To The Forum (PAMTA), West Side Story (Broadway World Portland Award); Stumptown Stage’s A Christmas Carol, Ain’t Misbehavin’ (PAMTA), Aida; and Elsinore Theatre’s Annie Get Your Gun. In addition to theatre, Brian enjoys time with his wife and dogs.

JEFF DUNCAN, Production Manager and Co-Properties Designer

Jeff began his theatre career at Music Theatre International where he worked on developing scripts and trial productions of various ‘Broadway Junior’ titles and ‘Disney Kids’ titles in conjunction with Macmillan/McGraw-Hill and was featured as a props specialist on various instructional videos. He was also part of the team that produced the first Junior Theatre Festival with MTI and Atlanta’s Theater of the Stars. Jeff joined the Broadway Rose staff in 2014 as production manager and continues to design props on the side. Locally, he has designed props for various productions including Murder for Two, Your Holiday Hit Parade, Whodunit…The Musical, and The World Goes ‘Round (Broadway Rose); as well as The Wolves at Portland Playhouse and A Year With Frog & Toad and Ella Enchanted at Oregon Children’s Theatre.

LIZ CARLSON, Assistant Production Manager, Co-Properties Designer, Scenic Painter, and Electrician

Liz is excited to be the props designer for The Story of My Life and is a proud member of the Broadway Rose production staff year-round. Her previous prop design credits for Broadway Rose include Christmas My WayDaddy Long Legs, Once, Nunsense, Ordinary Days, Trails, Church Basement Ladies, and The Wizard of Oz. She has previously worked on Into the Woods, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Company, Beehive, Snow White, Murder for Two, Always…Patsy Cline, and Beauty and the Beast in various capacities here at Broadway Rose over the seasons. Liz also works around the Portland area as a theatrical electrician and scenic artist. She would like to thank her parents for their lifetime support, and Broadway Rose for the many opportunities they have given her to do what she loves most.

JESSICA JUNOR, Stage Manager
This is Jessica’s eleventh season working with Broadway Rose; she is the resident stage manager and the master electrician. Jessica is happy to work as a part of the Broadway Rose family. Some shows she has worked on in the past include: Christmas My Way, Up and Away, It Happened One Christmas, Once, Footloose, Into the Woods, A Grand Night for Singing, Nunsense, A 1940s Radio Christmas Carol, Ordinary Days, Mamma Mia!, Murder for Two, Your Holiday Hit Parade, The Addams Family, Beehive, A Very Merry PDX-mas, Fly By Night, West Side Story, A Taffeta Christmas, Adrift in Macao, Thoroughly Modern Millie, The Music Man, The Bikinis, Plaid Tidings, Cats, Always…Patsy Cline (twice!), The Drowsy Chaperone, Hairspray, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, G.I. Holiday Jukebox, Honky Tonk Angels, and Forbidden Broadway. Jessica is happy to spend any time away from the theatre with her family.
NEIL BARTRAM, Composer and Lyricist
Neil is the composer and lyricist of Broadway’s The Story of My Life with book writer Brian Hill (four Drama Desk Award nominations). Other projects with Brian include The Adventures of Pinocchio (Chicago Shakespeare Theater), The Theory of Relativity (Canadian Music Theatre Project, Goodspeed Musicals, London Off-West End), Something Wicked This Way Comes (Delaware Theatre Company – 11 Barrymore Award nominations), and You Are Here (Goodspeed Musicals). Neil also wrote the score for Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s and Asolo Repertory Theatre’s productions of Shakespeare in Love. Upcoming projects include Les Belles (the stage adaptation of Michel Tremblay’s Les Belles Soeurs) and the stage adaptation of Disney’s beloved film Bedknobs and Broomsticks.  Neil’s awards include the ASCAP Foundation’s Yellen Award, a Jonathan Larson Foundation Award, and a Dramatists Guild Fellowship. The Story of My Life and The Theory of Relativity are licensed through Music Theatre International. The Adventures of Pinocchio is licensed through Rodgers & Hammerstein. Cast albums include The Story of My Life and The Theory of Relativity (both on PS Classics).
BRIAN HILL, Book Writer
With composer/lyricist Neil Bartram, Brian has written The Adventures of Pinocchio, The Theory of Relativity and The Story of My Life, which premiered on Broadway in 2009, earning four Drama Desk Award nominations (Outstanding Musical, Music, Lyrics, and Book). Current Bartram and Hill projects include Senza Luce (CMTP), Les Belles, You Are Here, Bedknobs and Broomsticks, and Something Wicked This Way Comes (Delaware Theatre Company – 11 Barrymore Award nominations). Brian wrote the new book for the Old Globe’s production of October Sky and the revised book for the Goodman Theatre’s acclaimed production of Brigadoon. The Story of My Life and The Theory of Relativity are licensed by Music Theatre International. The Adventures of Pinocchio is licensed through the Rodgers & Hammerstein organization.
ALEC CAMERON LUGO as Thomas Weaver
Alec Cameron Lugo (he/him), a local mixed-race Latinx performer, is very excited to be back with Broadway Rose Theatre Company, having previously appeared as The Steward in Into the Woods and as Oscar Wilde and others in their radio collaboration with All Classical Portland, Sherlock Holmes and The West End Horror. A 2016 graduate of Pacific University, he has theatre credits including productions with Northwest Children’s Theatre (Seussical, Mary Poppins), Anonymous Theatre Company (The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Oregon Children’s Theatre (The Legend of Rock, Paper, Scissors!), and Fuse Theatre Ensemble (Cabaret), among others. Television credits include the Emmy-nominated Documentary Now! episode “Original Cast Recording: Co-op” on IFC. Alec is also a graphic designer, videographer, and marketing consultant, and operates primarily as the marketing manager with Bag&Baggage Productions. His design work has been featured both locally and regionally. IG: @middlename_cameron
ANDREW WADE as Alvin Kelby

Andrew Wade is thrilled to ring in the New Year at Broadway Rose, where he last appeared as Tony in West Side Story. Originally from the Northwest, he now lives on the East Coast and works Off-Broadway, nationally, and internationally. Recent credits include The Office: A Musical Parody (Off-Broadway), the national tours of The Simon and Garfunkel Story and Rudolph, and productions of Little Women, Jersey Boys, Smoke on the Mountain, and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Outside of musical theatre, Andrew enjoys writing music and playing several instruments, including guitar, piano, mandolin, and standup bass.

Voice of young Thomas
BEN GRAND 
 

Voice of young Alvin
NOAH WATSON 

Musician

Piano
JEFFREY CHILDS

Musical Numbers

“Write What You Know”…….Thomas 

“Mrs. Remington”…….Alvin 

“The Greatest Gift”…….Alvin and Thomas 

“1876”…….Thomas 

“Normal”…….Thomas 

“People Carry On”…….Alvin 

“The Butterfly”…….Thomas 

“Saying Goodbye (Part 1)”……….Thomas and Alvin 

“Here’s Where It Begins”…….Thomas and Alvin 

“Saying Goodbye (Part 2)”……….Thomas and Alvin 

“Independence Day”…….Thomas 

“I Like It Here”…….……….Thomas 

“You’re Amazing, Tom”…….Alvin 

“Nothing There”……. Thomas and Alvin 

“I Didn’t See Alvin”…….Thomas 

“This Is It”…….Alvin and Thomas 

“Angels In the Snow”…….Alvin and Thomas 

Run time is approximately 1 hour and 40 minutes.

Content Advisory: The Story of My Life is recommended for ages 13 and older. The show contains mild profanity and themes of death and suicide. 
Click here for our Pre-viewing Sensory Guide for Children and Adults with Disabilities.

Crew and Additional Talent

Sound Board Operator
MICHELLE STRAHM

Dresser
DAN MURPHY

Video Produced, Directed, and Edited by
MARK DANIELS

Camera Operators
MARK DANIELS
ROB LINDEMANN
JERRY ROUSSELLE

Video Production Assistant
JANICE PAVIK

Special Thanks

CARLENE THOMPSON



 Broadway Rose Leadership & Staff 

Broadway Rose Staff

Producing Artistic Director
Sharon Maroney

Managing Director
Dan Murphy

Development

Development Director
deShauna Jones

Development Coordinator
Amy Roesler

Marketing

Marketing Director
Alan Anderson

Communications Manager
Emily Dew

Marketing Associate
Michael Miramontes

Administration

General Manager
Paul Jacobs

Community Engagement Coordinator
Amaya Santamaria

IT & Data Specialist
Brian Karl Moen

Patron Services

Patron Services Manager
Tyler Kubat

Patron Services Assistant Manager/Access Manager
Katrina Christiansen

Lead House Manager
Bliss Talbott

Production

Production Manager
Jeff Duncan

Technical Director
Phil McBeth

Resident Stage Manager
Jessica Junor

Assistant Production Manager
Liz Carlson

Sound Maintenance & Operation Engineer
Brian Karl Moen

Board of Directors
Jan LeoneU.S. Bank, retired
President

Bonnie PavelPavelcomm
Vice President

Geoff Dougall, Dougall Conradie LLC
Treasurer

Paul Irvinarts advocate
Secretary

Tyrene Bada, CRM, arts advocate

Laury Girtarts advocate

Jeff KnappThomson Reuters

Sharon Maroney, Broadway Rose Theatre Company

Barbara MillerNeil Kelly

Dan Murphy, Broadway Rose Theatre Company

Harvey Platt, business leader

Resource Council

John L. Cook, CPA

Jennifer DaleAldrich

Hannah Dahl, arts advocate

Joan KingsleyPortland Spirit

Rorie LeoneWashington Trust Bank

Dan YatesPortland Spirit

Theatre Guild Officers

President
Darold Barrow

Vice President
Pat Stupur

Secretary
Ruth White

Treasurer
Rick Thomas

Broadway Rose Supporters

Donors

Our heartfelt thanks goes to all the contributors who help create the magic you are enjoying onstage.

This list represents operating donations received between December 1, 2019 and January 20, 2021.

Names in bold are members of the Producers’ Circle monthly giving program. Producers’ Circle members are credited at their annual giving level plus any additional donations.

˚ Denotes a member of the Broadway Rose Theatre Guild.

If your name is missing or incorrect, please contact Amy Roesler at 503.906.2376 or amy@broadwayrose.org.

Thanks go to the additional donors who have donated during this period in amounts less than $50. Every gift helps!

Broadway Rose ($10,000 +)

Anonymous (2)
Bonnie Conger
Rich & Carol Heinichen°
Lyla J. Husband/Husband Family Fund
++of the Oregon Community
++Foundation
P. Jamieson
Paul & Judy Miller
Marilyn & Ron Nutting
Dorothy Poznanski

Gold Rose ($5,000-$9,999)

Anonymous
Dick & Larraine Brannan°
Patsy & David Britton°

Rep. Margaret Doherty
Margaret Dragoon & Joe Murrell
Dick & Sally Larsen
Trish Lloyd
Linda & Harry Meyer
Dick & Jane Miller
Pat Reser
Jim & Mim Sturgill
Maren & John Symonds
Karyn Vincent & Erin Olson

Silver Rose ($2,500-$4,999)

Anonymous
Tyrene Bada, CRM*
Gayle & Art DeRosia
Bob Dunstan & Gayle Miller
Cliff & Lori Elling
Peggy & Richard Forcier
Todd & Laura Gentry
Laury & David Girt
Sarah Harlan
Judith A. Heath
Jane Herron
Andrew Hoffmann & Linda Morrisson
Joan Kingsley
Ron & Kathie Olson
Alex, Lauren & Isabelle Platt
Harvey & Sandy Platt
Linda & Gary Pope
Marthel Porter
Frank Sampson
David & Carol Wright/The Wright
++Family Charitable Fund of Fidelity
++Charitable Fund

Red Rose ($1,000-$2,499)

Anonymous (11)
Dick & Jan Andersen
Sally & Michael Bacon
D.R. Barrow°
Cheryl Bittle
CarolLee & Mike Braithwait
Carol Brownlow
Evelyn J. Brzezinski
Katharine Byerley & Stephen Wood
Mark Clift & Jeff Knapp
John L. & Terri Cook
Judy & Jerry Craig
Colin & Rochelle Deans
Elaine & Dale DeHarpport
Verlene DeRosia
Maggie & John DeRuntz
Laura Dionne
Gareth & Lynette Duggan
Marian & Bill Dunlap
Annie & Bill Durham
Paul & Linda Erickson
Randall Fennell
Michael, Barbara & Cindy Gaines
Sharon Gitt
Jane & Howard Glazer Fund 1 of
++Oregon Community Foundation
David & Michelle Graham
Lorraine Griffey & Herb Mohn°
Jo & Alex Guletsky
Judy & Jerry Harris*
Elizabeth & J D Hatfield
& Dorothy Webster
Duke & Pam Henslee
Shannon Hillis & David Nichols
M.L. Humphreys
Pattie Hunter
Myra Jackson
Bill & Johanna Jansen°
Gary S. & Carol M. Johnson
Karen Johnson & Ulrich Hardt
Virginia & Arthur Kayser
Jerry & Lynn Kenyon
Robert King & Peggy Phillips
Martin & Cindy Kolb
Barbara & Stuart Larson
Rorie & Jan Leone
Erin Lommen
Jim & Midge Main
Sharon Maroney & Dan Murphy
Jim Marquard & Babetta Chiarito
Kathy Martin & Lory Humbert
Marilyn & Bob Masters
Nicole Mathes
Mitch & Pam McDougal
Jan McFadden
Laurie Minger
Ed & Dana Murphy
Florence & John Olsen
Bonnie & Jim Pavel
Mary Jean Pedersen
Wayne Potter
Rob & Marilyn Rosenow°
Vickie & Phil Rothrock
Carol Rutherford°
Mary & David Saunders
Alison Schrupp
David Smidebush
Doug & Teresa Smith
Laura Spurrell/Micah Fund of the OCF
Myrl Svela
Karmin Tomlinson
Suzan Turley°
Lee & Lauren Underwood
Lewis & Susan Van Winkle
Kay Vorderstrasse
Ken & Patty Wightman
Max & Gina Williams
Colleen Willis°
Trey & Jamie Winthrop

Pink Rose ($500-$999)

Anonymous (8)
Audrey Adrian
Candace Grubesic
Debra & Stephen Asakawa
Lesley & Kevin Bross
Carol & Paul Budke
Laurie Campbell-Leslie
Lyle & Judy Chadwick
Diane & Brian Christensen
Paul Clendenin
Debi Coleman
Jo Collins & David Gisborne
Karly & Paul Condon
Maurine Conzatti
Lois & Ward Cook
Ralph & Barbara Cook
Libby Crawford
Kathy & Bruce Cunningham
Connie & Dale Denham
Geoff Dougall
Sherry & Ike Eisenbach
Carol Faber
Friends of Roger Frederick
Ray & Joyce Gee
Linda Gratteri
Sharon & Bev Graver
Rose Hamilton
Darlene Harper & Joe Meissner
Marilynn & Ralph Helzerman
Beverly Henry
Heidi Heydlauff
Bill & Doreen Hight
Michael & Suzanne Hiscox
Helen Honse & Bert Cornick
C. Scott Howard
Don Hudson & Susan Cole
Marilyn K. Hutchison
Chuck Jones
Franki Keefe
Robert & Sara Kemp
John Keppel
Mary & Jerry Kerns
Donna Kloster
Donna & Bill Krauthoefer
Elizabeth McCann
Larry & Carol McCullough
Brian McGahren & Larry Ludeking
Nancy & Pete McGillivray
Linda McGlothlin
Kevin & Chrissie McLaughlin
Debbie Meisinger & Barry Buchanan
Paula & Chris Middaugh
Carolyn Misa
Ralph & Joy Morgan
Allison Mudrick
Juanita Muntz
Darla Norgren
Mary Lee & Gary Oshiro
Patricia C. Paulson-Moore
Mark Pierce
Sue & Duane Pond
Judy Probstfield & Lyle Albro
Craig Prosser & Lorri Froid
Bill Ramirez & Roberta Staff
Gerry & Joann Reese
Sue & Dennis Roshak
Nancy Sahler
Kathy Sampson
Michael Sands & Jane Robinson
David & Julie Sauer
Janet Schaefer & Jonathan West
Rick & Margie Schermerhorn
Hal & Melita Schmidt
Linda Schnitzer
Jennifer Schulz
Pam & Wade Scott
Silverna Scott
Carol Shults
Barney Stein
Larry Strausbaugh
Jan & Greg Strombeck
Bliss & Peter Talbott
Linda & Sam Talluto
Kay & Jay Tappan
Joe Theissen & Malia Tippets
Gerald & Susan Thompson
Kathleen Thurman
Barbara & David Trinka
Jim & Amy Tsugawa
Mark Tynan
Debra & Ronald VanRoekel
Sandra Whalley
Dawn & Charlie White
Nancy Wiley
Marty Wine
Lanney Wixson
Bryan & Maureen Wolf
Marsha Yandell

Yellow Rose ($250-$499)

Anonymous (8)
Barry Albertson & Robin Leslie
Alan Anderson & Ron Daum
Michele Anderson
Annette Arrieta
Larry & Jan Baker
Ross & Laura Baker
Vlasta Barber
Tom Bauer
Joyce & Rick Beadnell
Sandy & Ted Bennett
Toija Beutler
Diana & Fred Broadwater
Gretchen Brown
Patsy Bruggere
Diane & Gary Buckley
The Burchfield Family
Cheryl Campbell
Bennett & Leslie Carter
Lou & John Chapman
Sid Clack
Cristine Corcoran & Ann Sherman
Gloria & Gerry Craig
Shirley Crocker
Sherry Curl
Hannah Dahl
Jill Davis
Judy Deal
Diane Deardorff
Craig & Jackie Dirksen
Sharon Downey & Ken Hittle
Donna Duncan
Dan & Karen Edwards
Karen & Peter Emerson
Earl Emery
Alice Frost
Barbara Gasuen
Susan Girard
Marsha Goldberg
Mary Gregoire
Colleen Hartel
Craig & Marilyn Hermann
Barbara & Ron Higbee
Brian & Gayle Hill°
Kathleen Hiller
John & Jodyne Holloway
Christine Howland
Nadine & Sanny Huey
Jan Jeddeloh
Thomas & Mary Jenkins
Susan Judkins
Ann Keddie
Jennifer Keltner
George Kent & Roberta Pierce
Carol Kochenderfer
Lori & Bob Kollas
Denise Lane & Mark Prey
Denise Larson
Kittie Larson°
Benjamin Levy
Jim & Mary Lewis
Cindy Linebaugh
Kevin Maroney & Nancy Allen
Margaret Maroney
Karen & Tim Martin
Patty Matsukado
Kevin & Janell McCartin
Steve & Marilyn McCarty
Alita & Mike McCleskey
Mary McConnel°
Dan & Adair McGee
The McInnis Family
Colleen Mesecher
Karen Moen
Glenn & Myrna Morgan
Jerry & Mary Morse
Quentin Neufeld & Bee Neufeld
Larrie Noble
Eric Nordin
Terry & Mary Owen
Barbara K. Padden
Jonatha & Greg Paetzhold
Thomas Pansino
Sharron L. Patapoff
Alma & Gary Pence
Lee Peterson
Jackie & Al Pierce
Michael Ponder & Bea Davis
Wally & Bettsy Preble
George Reay & Sandy Desmond
Andrew Recinos & Peg Cooper
Anne Reed
Christie & Gene Rivas
Tracy Stepp & Brent Rogers
Suz & Mick Ruddock°
Bunny & Jerry Sadis
Tom Shipley & Christi Thomas
Janet V. Smith
Robert & Judith Smith
Mary Spickelmier
Susan Stark Haydon
& Michael Haydon
Bev Swanson°
Fiona Tait
Tom Theissen
Alan & Elizabeth Thresher
Beverly Tiedemann
Pegge Tonne
Carol & Robert Tracy
Kathy Tri
Elizabeth & Robert Tsao
Karen Uboldi
Ann Uphoff
Susan & Lewis Van Winkle
Ken & Carol VanDomelen
Ralph & Jan Wadleigh
George & Marilou Waldmann
Judith Werner
Edythe Westlund
Viki White
James & Anca Williams

Purple Rose ($100-$249)

Anonymous (24)
Victoria Ailes
Gail Aldridge
Mea Alford
Cathy Croghan Alzner
Chuck Amos & Karen Lloyd
GwenEllyn Anderson
Gerald & Lynn Andrews
Colleen & Byron Arndt
Ruthe Ayers
Bob & Sadie Baker
Gail Ball
Ken & Nancy Barker
Peter Barr-Gillespie
Katie & Robert Barrow
Diane & Arthur Barry
Alice Bartelt & Paul Moore
Jeanne Beacham
Ann Becker
Dave & Margie Beckett
William Beecroft
Emily Beleele
Mary & Bob Bell
Judy Berglund & Kristina M Berglund
Jan Bergman
Pamela Berta-Petrotta
& Anthony Petrotta
Ellie Betts
Jennifer & Chris Birch
Karen Black
Debera Blackburn
Bill & Donnaclaire Blankinship
Kimberly Bown
Marge & Steve Brenneke
Kristine Breunsbach
Lee & Daniel Brixius
Debra Brodie
D B Brown
Joy Brown
Larry & Shelly Brown
Donald Browning
Linda & James Browning
Sonia Buist, M.D.
Ilene Burkhardt
Pattianne Carmical
Joan & Jerry Caruthers
David & Marcia Chapman
Sherry Chew
Candace Chinick
Jeanenne Chizum
Jonathan Clark
Liz & Dick Clark
Jim & Eileen Clarkson°
Penny Elizabeth Close
Vaughna Cochenour
Sandra Combs
Marie Cook
Fred & Rhoda Cooper
Joan Corcoran
Debbie Coryell
Randy & Terri Crockett
Jan Croeni
Pam Cruckshank
Michael Cunningham
Jocelyn Curry
Rosalie & Burt Czapszys
Jo Ann Dahlke
Bob & Ruth Davidson
Louise Davidson
Hilja Davis
Jim Dehning
Layne & Sharon DeLapp
Susan Delgardo
Sally Demos
Brenda & Bill Derville
Patricia & Richard Dery
Lynn DeStefano
Bill & Elaine Deutschman
Raymond & Nancy Dihle
Eugene & Florence Diloreto
Tory Dittman
Aaron & David Douglas
Kelly Douglas
The Downes Family
Robert & Nancy Downie
Wallie & Marian Downs
Frederick Duhring
David & Joni Edison
Paul & Matt Egbert-Irvin
Mildred Kehde Ekberg
++& Cynthia Ekberg
Beverly Epeneter
Ralph & Nancy Fear
Kent Feldsted
Debbie Fellman
John Ferenz
Lynn Ferguson
Deborah Fisher
Kristi Foster
Capi Frank
Joan & Bruce Freed
Stacy Freyer
Martha Fuchs
Janet & Frank Fujitani
Karol Gardner
Sandy & Don Getman
Marie & Michael Gettel-Gilmartin
Julie Gillaspy
Sandra Girdler
Kay & Lloyd Gooding
Lyn Gordon
John Goveia
Mary Jane Graham
Ruth Greenstein
Phyllis Greer
Debra Griffin
John Hacker
Bruce & Nancy Hallock
Betty Hanner
Warren Heathman
Joanne Hermens
Duane & BJ Hesketh
Chuck & Colleen Hess
Don Hicks
Maxine & Eric Hoffman
Jane Hogue
Kathryn Holder
Ginger Horn
Kenneth & Susan Hornung
Helen & Michael Hortsch
Ruth Howland
Nancy Howton & Cari Casper
M. & Debra Humphrey-Keever
John & Delores Hutcheon
Carol Ihlenburg
Mark & Nancy Irwin
Carol Ivey
Roberta Janssen
Paulette Jarvey
Charlotte Jensen
Barbara Johnson
Dennis Johnson
Keith & Janie Johnson
Marjorie Johnson & Ed Hochreiter
Lynn Johnston
deShauna Jones & John Aarons
Marilyn Jones
William Jones
Jack & Farol Kahle
Cynthia Karthas
William Kaufman
Jean Kawaoka
Renus Kelfkens
Larry & Judy Keltner
Michael D Kennedy
Susan Kennedy
Nancy Kieburtz
Howard King
Cynthia & Craig Kinnie
Teri Kirkpatrick
Dan & Kelly Kirschner
Jerome Kleffner
Noel Klein
Kim Knox
Steve Knox
Shawn Koch
Joan Koessler & Gerry Delaney
Sonja & Van Kollias
Betty Jo Kraus
Sharon & Roy Kravitz
Jacqueline & Charles Kyle
Ronni Lacroute
Gerard Lais & Kathleen Barnett
Isaac Lamb & Amy Frankel
Jo Lavey
Jan & Bruce Law°
Bruce Lawson
Libbi Layton-Tamiyasu
Julie Le
Jennie & Norman Lee
Patty Lee
Jack Lemmon
Tamara Lemon
Marietta Leppink
Pamela Lewis
Jennifer Lillie
Carleton Lindgren
Fay Littlefield
Barb Long
Carol Loughner
Noreen Lovisone
Alan Lytle & Matthew Alston
Christine Mackert
Mary Mahon
Bonnie Mann
Esta Mapes
Ellen Margolis
Eileen Markson
Dixie & Chuck Marsh
Sally & Francis Marta
Jean & John Martin
Laurie Mathistad
Janet Maurer
Jean McCormick
Marie McDonnal
Phil & Heather McKnight
Scott & Debbi McNiven
Merry Meek
Mert & Carolyn Meeker
Carol & Don Merrick
Matthew Messerly
Lana & Alan Miller
Naomi Miller
Michael & Denise Millhollen
Jenny Milligan
Janet & Conrad Moore
Kathryn Moreno
Greg & Sonya Morgansen
Rachelle & Piers Munro
Rhonda & Peter Murphy
Magnus Nagase
Judi Melmer
Robert & Susan Nelson
Mary Ann Nicholas
Karla Nielsen
David Olson
Gretchen Olson
Karin Olson
Sallie Olson
Richard Page
Janet Pailthorp
Elizabeth & George Patch
Ron & Dottie Pattee
Lawrence & Marlene Payne
Wendy Peebles
Jim Peerenboom
Carolyn & Norman Penner
Carol L. Perry
Mr. & Mrs. Colin Persichetti
Joseph Peter
Donald Petersen
Adrianne Peterson
Hannah & James Pick
Jaime Pier
Gail & Stephen Planck
Connie Polits
Sue Polzin
George Post
Sadie Pullen°
The Qualls Family
Carol Raimundo
Mari Raney°
Ashlie & Richard Rapp
Richard & Mary Raub
Linda Ray-Keeney & Gordon Keeney
Merri A. Reamer
Nancy & Richard Renton
Dr. Susan Rieke-Smith
Paula Roberts
Donald & Rosalie Robson
Vera Rojas°
Norman & Judith Rosenbloom
Lisa Shaw & Weston Roth
Mary Russell
Jim & Joanne Ruyle
Susan & Robert Saalfeld
Jackie Sanders
Jennifer Santamaria
Shari Scales
Dan & Susan Schmidt
Dianne Schneider
Sharon Schneider
John Schulz & Maureen Ruddy Schulz
Robb Seamans-Ranard
Jay Seger
Beth Self
Lois Shafer
Elise Shearer
Susan Sherborne
Gayle Sherman
Brian Shnipper & Boyd Quinnell
Scott Shurts
Bob & Judy Silverforb
Fran & Joe Smith
Hillary Smith
Philip Smith
Robert & Barbara Smythe
John Snyder
Pamela Sourh
Jennie Spada
Susan Spears
Dick & Leanne Spence
Kathy Spence
Robert Spencer
Shelley Sperr Hakanson
Janette Sprando
Mary Stenaros
Patricia Stenaros
Pat Stupur°
Cathy & Steve Sturtevant
Pam & Darrell Sutherland
Karen Swanson
Mary Tagye
Gary Taliaferro
Tom & Debbie Taylor
Brad Telyea
Kathy Teyler Jarrett
Barbara Thede
David & Katy Thielen
David & Diane Thomas
Marilyn & Rick Thomas°
Susan Thompson
Ralph & Jeri Thonstad
Susan Auerbach Triplett
Richard Tron
Kristina & James Turney
Mary Turnock
Dave & Lisa Tyler
Mary Tyler
Michelle Underhill
Judith & Jon Vanderbout
Robert Vaughn
The Vickers Family
Sharon Vieregg
Gary Virgin
Nancy Vlcek
William & Kate Wadhams
Becky & Gary Walker
Jim & Ann Walsh
Jan Wargo
Raymond Warner
Jan Watt
Steve & Jocelyn Watters
Linda & Michael Wells
Marianne White
Ruth & Trisha White°
Victoria Wick
Sharon & Leigh Wilcox
Vicki Williams
Cathy Williamson
Gary & Jane Wong
William Wood
Carole & Gary Wooden
Jon & Jill Woodworth
Barbara & Scott Yale
Marilyn Young
Walda Young
Agnes Zueger

White Rose ($50-$99)

Anonymous (14)
Kenneth Archibald
Beth Asmann
Jae Ann Atwood
Joseph & Jennifer Auer
Lynda Bader
Matt Baines
Kristin Bair
John Barber
Kathleen Barneby
James Bassingthwaite
Joanne Bengtson
Dolores Bennett
Howard & Suzanne Berwind
James Bickford
Lynn Boe
Elizabeth Boggs
Ethelwyn Bowler
Pauline Boyes
Lisa Braun
Jeff Britt & Ken Struckmeier
Victoria Brooks
Dennis Brophy
Linda Brumder
Dick Butkus
Craig Butler
Laura Cadiz
Leslie Cardwell
Jean Carlson
Brenda Carpenter
Steve & Dessie Carpenter
Mary Carr
Diane Carter
Janice Castle
Cari Catlow
Trace Ceccacci
Louise Chambers
Kathy Chandler
Gina Cobb
Louise Cornelius
Dorothy Cowart
Jim Crino
Judy & Ned Cutright
Jennifer Davies
Barbara J. Davis
David & Kalani Davis
Christine DeBuhr
Lynn Della
Anthony DeMore
Matt & Gayle Denham
Charla Dent
Emily & Adam Dew
Nancy & Stephen Dudley
Rachael Duke
Christine Dunn
Patricia Durovchic
Marcella Easly
Eric & Brenda Eichelberger
Leslye Epstein
Jean Eves
James Fairchild
Grant & Mary Ellen Farr
Mary Fay
Roberta Ferrero
Ginia & Peter Finch
Betty Fleming
Carol Flores
Kenneth Fransen
Allen Freauff
Lynn & Myrna Friese
Chris Fruin
Mark & Laura Fryburg
Jim Gabriel
Michael & Jayne Gallagher
Mike Gallagher
Susan Garber
Nan Gatchel
Diane Giampaoli
Leah Gibbs
Vicki Gideon
Dan & Leslie Gott
Sally Gradin
Barbara Gray
Emma Gray
Kristine Gundacker
Ashleigh Gunter
Brian Moen & Andrea Hackett
Mary Haise
Judith Hale
Yvonne Hanna
Trisha Harrahill
Sue Harris
Richard Hart
Debbie Hartvickson
Regina Haruguchi
Margaret Hawkins
Phyllis Heagle
Stan & Marilyn Heath
Evelyn Henry
Shannon Herbers
Deborah Herbert
George & Charlotte Hetu
Jill Hibbs
Gaynor Hills
Joy & Phil Hirl
Brenda Hogan
Laura Holcombe
Emma Holland
Betsy & Jim Holzgraf
Mark Horn & Mark Wilkinson
Sue Horn-Caskey
Gary Hoselton
Teresa Huber
Kuon Hunt
Margaret Hurle
Linda Illig
Judy Jacobs
Barbara Janac
Emmanuelle Jarmon
Keith Johansen
Sharon Johnson
Patricia Jones
Dale & Barb Jutila
Marion & Bart Kessler
Mary Kirk
Patti Kirsch Daggett
Joan Kloster
Linda & Doug Knight
Tessy & Bruce Knudsen
William Kroger
Ellen & Nate Krusi
Bill & Darcy Krusinski
Barbara Kuhn
Ronald & Lucy Laande
Lynn Labasan
Cheryl Labavitch
Carol LaBrie & Roger Edwards
Mark Larsen
Becky Larson
Virginia A Leffall-Husak
Cassandra Leone
Beth Levy & Allen Gurney
Steve Levy
Cedric Lindquist
Peggy Luckman
Sheryl Lydon
Barbara Lyons
Dick Mabee
Cindy Marchese
Marick Family
Rowena Marks
Linda & Joseph Marlia
Ellen Maroney
Judith Marquardt
Jason Marr & Lori Hoover
Carla & Herb Matter
Teresa Maxwell
Neil & Mary Pat Mc Ginn
William McDonnal
Sandra McHarg
Doug & Sara McKean
Cathi McLain
Florence McMullen
Susan Means
Carol Miller
Patricia Miller
Ted & Fran Miller
Michael & Nic Miramontes
Fran Moga
Mary Mollway
Paula Moore
Bob & Shannon Moxley
Kristen Murphy
Shannon Murray
Julie Nelson
Tammy Nelson
Sarah Neudeck
Mary Newell
Virginia Nielsen
Vana O’Brien
Rosemary Pasteris
Betty Patton
Anne Peterson
Tracy & Twila Petrie
Brenda Powell
Robin & Caris Power
Candy Puterbaugh
Ben Quintel
Willa Ralphs
Amelia Reed
Margo Richert
Ron Rilee
Priscilla Roberts
Elizabeth Robin
Todd Robson
Ralph Rogers
Gretchen Root°
William Rose
Charlotte Rubin
Mark Ryan
Shirley Sagerser
Patricia Salimena
Karen & James Sandberg
Nick & Nancy Santangelo
Michael Scarcella
Bob & Judy Scholz
Maureen & Thomas Schultz
Jayne & Steve Scott
Ariel Shattan & Philip Jansen
Hayley Shauklas
Marge & Allan Sherman
Virginia Shipman
Allen Shoaff & Martha Rhea
Marilyn & Burt Silverman
Maureen Simmonds
Steve Singer
Diane H. Smith
Nigel Smith
Noreen Spiegel
Julian & Patricia Spires
Karen Springer
Janelle St. Pierre
Susan Statler
Charity Staudenraus
Claudia Sterling
Ronald Stevens
Mary Ann Storey
Heather Taylor
Lloyd Thacker
Robert Tinkler
Chris Tippets
Howard & Lois Tobin
Nancy Trotic
Maria Tucker
Krista Ulland
Danielle Valentine
Alan Vargo
Victoria Villarreal
Susan Vonderheit
Janet Voss
Richard & Carol Wagner
Glenda Walls
Rick Warren
Rebecca Wassel
Joel & Hilarie Wasserman
Mike & Kerry Weaver
Lori Weber
Colleen Westphal
June Wheeler
Jenny Whitmore
Bettirae & Howard Willis
Heather Wilson
Helene Wilson
Kay Winter
Allan Wood
Jonathan & Dorie Woolf
Judi & Roger Worrall
Emilee Yaakola
Lei Zhou

The Encore Club
The Encore Club recognizes individuals who help secure arts funding for future generations by including Broadway Rose in their estate planning.

Encore Club members receive invitations to exclusive Broadway Rose events and permanent inclusion in our programs. If you have included Broadway Rose in your will, please call deShauna Jones at 503.906.2377 so that we may thank you!

Anonymous (2)
Pat Bukieda
Leigh Bunkin*
Linda Clark
Bonnie Conger
Dave & Sharon Cutz
Tony & Raylene Eilers
Paul & Linda Erickson
Geraldine Fohl*
Peggy & Richard Forcier
Lisa Francolini & Bev Wells
Nancy Gilbert*
Heidi Heydlauff
Helen Honse & Bert Cornick
Johanna Jansen
Dick & Sally Larsen
Kittie Larson
Trish Lloyd
Sharon Maroney
Kathy Martin & Lory Humbert
Toraj & Irene Khavari
Gayle Miller
Laurie Minger
Marilyn R. Mulhall
Eugene P. Nelson
Ron & Kathie Olson
Mary A. Owen Charitable Fund
Bill Ramirez & Roberta Staff
Michael Sands & Jane Robinson
Les & Erna Sarasohn
Karyn Vincent & Erin Olson
David & Carol Wright

* Bequest received

How does it work? Naming Broadway Rose in your will is easy. Just include the following text:

“I hereby bequeath to the Broadway Rose Theatre Company, located at P.O. Box 231004, Tigard, OR 97281, a 501 (c)(3) tax-exempt organization with IRS tax identification number 93-1069099, [percentage of estate or dollar amount] to be used as determined by the board of directors.”

Corporate Sponsors

Title Sponsor
Pearson Financial Group/Conrad Pearson and Bonnie Conger

Producing Partners
Bonnie Conger
Pavelcomm
Portland Spirit
The Times
Curtis T. Thompson, MD & Associates

Associate Producing Partners
Copytronix
John L. Cook, CPA
RiverWest Acupuncture
The Greenbrier Companies

Directors’ League
Bill Jordan, DMD, PC, Family Dentistry
Buster & Lilly’s Doggie Daycare
Friendly Move Management
Minuteman Press of Tigard

Star Players
Coast Pavement Services
Holiday Inn Portland South Wilsonville
HomeStreet Bank
Longbottom Coffee & Tea
Tigard Tire & Auto

Stage Partners
ACE Hardware Progress Ridge
Banning’s Restaurant
Landmark Ford Lincoln
McDonald Jacobs
PLA Designs

Matching Employers

Matching Employers

3m
Alaska Airlines/Horizon Airlines
Cambia Health Foundation
Chevron
Delta Dental
Honda
Intel Corporation
Key Bank Foundation
Legacy Health System
Mentor Graphics Foundation
Moda Health
Pacific Power Foundation
Portland General Electric
RLI Charitable Gift Fund via Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund
Rockwell Collins
The Standard
Thomson Reuters
U.S. Bancorp Foundation / U.S. Bank

Foundations
Ellyn Bye/Dream Envision Foundation
The Clark Foundation
The Collins Foundation
Herbert A. Templeton Foundation
Jackson Foundation
Juan Young Trust
The Kinsman Foundation
James F. & Marion L. Miller Foundation
Rose E. Tucker Charitable Trust
Tigard Rotary Foundation
OCF Joseph E. Weston Public
Foundation
Civic and Government

City of Tigard

Cultural Coalition of Washington County and the Oregon Cultural Trust

The Regional Arts & Culture Council, including support from the City of Portland, Multnomah County and the Arts Education & Access Fund

Tigard-Tualatin School District

Washington County Board of Commissioners/Roy Rogers

Broadway Rose Theatre Company receives support from the Oregon Arts Commission, a state agency funded by the State of Oregon and the National Endowment for the Arts.