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No Child…

January 16, 2019 @ 8:00 pm EST

April 27-May 9, 2021

No Child…

By Nilaja Sun

Directed by Justin Jain

Performed by Taysha Marie Canales

Digitally Streaming Video

Expected Runtime: 90 minutes


Diving into the overlooked world of a teaching artist, NO CHILD follows playwright Nilaja Sun as she struggles to lead a class in a city public school. This one-person, award-winning show holds nothing back, as Sun challenges the American education system and defends the need for enhanced arts programming for young people.  Featuring a tour-de-force performance by Taysha Canales and directed by Justin Jain.

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Taysha Marie Canales (Narrator) 

Justin Jain
Nilaja Sun
Jorge Cousineau
Production Designer
Chris Haig
Costume Designer
LeVonne Lindsay
Lighting Designer
Amanda Jensen
Sound Designer
Anthony Martinez-Briggs
Audio Engineer
John Kolbinski
Original Compositions
Jordan McCree
Assistant Director
Briana Gause
Assistant Stage Manager
Jess McPhillips
Stage Manager
Alec E. Ferrell


Nilaja Sun’s


Justin Jain

Jorge Cousineau

Production Designer
Chris Haig

Lighting Designer
Amanda Jensen

Sound Designer
Anthony Martinez-Briggs

Audio Engineer
John Kolbinski

Original Compositions
Jordan McCree

Assistant Director
Briana Gause

Assistant Stage Manager
Jess McPhillips

Stage Manager
Alec E. Ferrell*


April 27 – May 9, 2021

No Child is presented thanks to the generous sponsorship of Univest Corporation of PA.

Special thanks to the Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust for supporting Arden Theatre Company.

Arden Theatre Company receives state arts funding support through a grant from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.

+Member of United Scenic Artists Local 829

*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.

No Child… received its World Premiere by Epic Theatre Center, New York, NY in May 2006. Originally produced Off-Broadway in New York at the Barrow Street Theatre by Scott Morfee and Tom Wirtshafter.
Permission for use of Our Country’s Good by Timberlake Wertenbaker was granted by the Estate of Thomas Keneally and Timberlake Wertenbaker. First presented at the Royal Court Theatre, London on September 10, 1988.
©2020. This Video recording was produced by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service and Nilaja Sun. All rights reserved. This performance is authorized for noncommercial use only. By accepting this license, you agree not to authorize or permit the Video to be recorded, copied, distributed, broadcast, telecast or otherwise exploited, in whole or in part, in any media now known or hereafter developed.
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“What you about to see is a story about… a teacher (or as she likes to call herself – a teaching artist – just so people know she do somethin’ else on her free time).”  

Teaching Artists are a staple of modern American Education. We are the music teachers, the after-school crafters, drama club coaches, poets, dancers, rappers, actors, and painters who work alongside classroom teachers and community institutions to bring art to the minds and hearts of young people everywhere. We believe art – expressions of our nature and truths – are rights deserved by all, not a privilege for a selected few. To some, our work is superfluous – an extracurricular offering that is not as vital to education as say, math and sciences. Hence, the climate of diminishing arts funding across the country in the wake of the No Child Left Behind Act. 

But we dedicate our lives to our craft spending full-time hours in studios, rehearsal rooms, and onstage, only to allot our precious few remaining hours to the classroom. It takes rigor, patience, grit, and a keen ability to find the humanity in all things, especially when odds are stacked against us. It is a calling where we foster collaboration and build communities with  disenfranchised populations and students whose voices are just starting to blossom. 

“They need a miracle.” 

So this brings us to Malcom X High School in the Bronx, New York City. The time is now. We find ourselves in an inner-city failing school, amidst a population where the mere act of getting to school on time is a miracle itself. This is a familiar trope from famous movies – Lean on Me, Dangerous Minds, Sister Act 2… But our story goes beyond the cookie-cutter stereotypes those narratives evoke. This play is about breaking those expectations and transcending what you think you may know about these people and their lives. 

I love that this play is so personal for me. After being a teaching artist for over 17 years, I still struggle to articulate for pedestrians exactly the myriad things I do in the classroom. I hope this production gives you a small glimpse into that life. 

The theatricality inherent in our play-within-a-play-within-a-play has been daunting and exhilarating. We put you in the hands of our impeccable storyteller, Taysha Marie Canalas, as she brings to life all 16 characters(!) from Nilaja Sun’s beautiful script. Her generosity, spirit, and skill are palpable in every room she enters. I hope her light sparks something profound in you as she does for me. 

As for our film, we open and close on Philadelphia in 2021 at the height of a global pandemic. Our show is centered in NYC, 2006. In that distance, so much has evolved and yet shockingly so little has changed. I cannot wait for the day that class is back in session, in person. I hope this great pause will have created the space we need for greater change. 

Until then, may this play continue to work on you as it has for us. 

May we recognize the miracles in all things. 

May we still care for those we left behind…

TAYSHA MARIE CANALES (Narrator) is originally from the Bronx, NY and has been a Philadelphia-based actor and teaching artist since 2011. Regional credits: Fat Ham (2021 filmed World Premiere), Dance Nation, There, Dionysus Was Such A Nice Man, Romeo and Juliet, Passage, Passing Strange, Blood Wedding, When the Rain Stops Falling, An Octoroon, The Hard Problem (Wilma Theater); A Midsummer Night’s Dream, La Bête, The Jungle Book, Wayside Stories From Wayside School (Arden Theatre); Shakespeare In Love, All My Sons, A Single Shard (People’s Light); Moon Cave (Azuka Theatre); The Most Spectacularly Lamentable Trial of Miz Martha Washington, Slip/Shot (Flashpoint Theatre). Taysha is the 2018 F. Otto Haas Emerging Philadelphia Theater Artist Recipient. She is a Wilma Theater HotHouse Company Member. BFA in Acting from Arcadia University. www.tayshamariecanales.com

NILAJA SUN (Playwright) is an actor, playwright and teaching artist, most known for her Obie award-winning solo piece No Child… which had its initial off-Broadway run at the Barrow Street Theatre from July 2006-June 2007 and was recently revived there in an extended run. For her creation and performance of No Child… and its subsequent national tour, Nilaja garnered twenty-one awards including: an Obie Award, a Lucille Lortel Award, two Outer Critics Circle Awards including the John Gassner Playwriting Award for Outstanding New American Play, a Theatre World Award, the Helen Hayes Award, two NAACP Theatre Awards, and was named the Best One-Person Show at the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen. NO CHILD… is published and has been licensed out to over forty-five theatres nationally since 2008. In 2010, Nilaja was awarded the soloNOVA Award for Artist of the Year by terraNOVA Collective. She has also been seen on “30 Rock,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “Unforgettable,” “Louie,” “The International,” “Rubicon,” and in 2012, she will be seen in the independent films “Nature Calls” and “Hairbrained.” A native of the Lower East Side, she is a Princess Grace Award winner and has worked proudly as a teaching artist in New York City since 1998.

JUSTIN JAIN (Director) is a Wilma HotHouse Company member, previously appearing in Heroes of the Fourth Turning, Dance Nation, and Romeo & Juliet, among many others at The Wilma. As a Performer, recent stage credits include The Great Leap and Man of God (InterAct), Shakespeare in Love (People’s Light), and This is The Week That Is (1812 Productions). Additionally, Mr. Jain has performed Off-Broadway and with many regional theaters including: Arden Theatre Company, Lantern Theatre, Azuka, People’s Light, FringeArts, Shakespeare in Clark Park, McCarter Theatre, Theatre Horizon, Passage Theatre, Milwaukee Rep, The Assembly in Edinburgh, ASU Gammage, and Ars Nova NYC, among others. As a Director, Justin has directed for 1812 Productions, Simpatico Theatre Company, the University of the Arts, Philadelphia Young Playwrights, and with his Barrymore nominated alt-comedy theatre company, The Berserker Residents (www.berserkerresidents.com). Justin recently won the 2019 Barrymore for Outstanding Performance in a Play for his work in The Great Leap.

ALEC E. FERRELL (Stage Manager) Arden credits include: Robi Hager: So Far, My General Tubman (World Premiere), Tiny Beautiful Things, Indecent, Gem of the OceanEvery Brilliant Thing, Once, Fun Home, Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye, TouchTones (World Premiere), Gypsy, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Legend of Georgia McBride, The Secret Garden, Funnyman, Metamorphoses, Passion, Macbeth, La Bête, Incorruptible, Three Sisters, Parade, A Raisin in the Sun, Next to Normal, August: Osage County, A Moon for the Misbegotten, Ghost-Writer (World Premiere), Blue Door, Rabbit Hole, My Name is Asher Lev (World Premiere). Regional: Theatre Horizon; Eugene O’Neill Theater Center; PTC@Play. International: [untitled project] #213 (Edinburgh Festival Fringe). Proud Member of AEA, SMA. Love and thanks to the family.

JORGE COUSINEAU (Videographer/Editor) Arden: 70 productions including Fun Home, A Doll’s House, Cabaret, Gypsy, The Secret Garden, Passion, Three Sisters, Parade, Next to Normal. Regional: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Seedfolks (Minneapolis); The Whistleblower, When Tang Met Laika (Denver); Opus (Pittsburgh, NYC); We Shall Not Be Moved (NYC, Amsterdam), David Gordon’s The Matter (NYC).

CHRIS HAIG (Production Designer) A graduate of University of the Arts, Chris has professionally set and prop designed throughout Philly for 20 years. Prior to the shutdown, he was enjoying his 9th season as Props Master at Arden Theatre Company. He has designed sets and/or props for Arden Theatre Company, Theatre Horizon, 1812 Productions, Inis Nua, 11th Hour, Shakespeare in Clark Park, Tribe of Fools, Delaware Theatre Company, Commonwealth Classic Theatre Company, Delaware Shakespeare Festival, UArts and Simpatico Theater, including their production of Time Is On Our Side for which he received a Barrymore nomination for Best Scenic Design. To see more of his work, visit chrishaigdesigns.com.

AMANDA JENSEN (Lighting Designer) is a Philadelphia based lighting designer. She has designed for The Arden (Treasure Island, Snow White), Inis Nua (A Hundred Words for Snow, The Monster in the Hall, Love Lies and Taxidermy, The Swallowing Dark, Radiant Vermin, Spine), Almanac Dance Circus Theatre (The Edge, Communitas Five Years Later, Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn, XOXO Moongirl), Theatre Exile (D-pad, Really), The Lantern (The Heir Apparent), and Gunnar Montana Productions (Kink Haus, Wroughtland). Her work for the 2017 production of Kink Haus was exhibited at the 2019 Prague Quadrennial as part of the USITT/USA exhibition of professional designers. Amanda is also a founding member and resident designer for Paper Doll Ensemble, a Philadelphia based devising company.

LEVONNE LINDSEY (Costume Designer) Arden: Ragtime, Gem of the Ocean (Barrymore Nominated), The Bluest Eye.  Regional: Native Gardens (Virginia Stage Company); Kill, Move, Paradise (Wilma Theater); Sweat  (Philadelphia Theatre Company); Really (Theatre Exile); White (Theatre Horizon); Time is On Our Side (Simpatico Theatre Project). Education: Philadelphia University (BS – Fashion Design); University of Maryland, College Park (M.F.A – Costume Design). LeVonne Lindsay is the Costume Shop Manager and Adjunct Assistant Professor at The University of the Arts. Academic faculty positions held at Stevenson University, James Madison University, and Valdosta State University. Costume staff positions held at Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Shakespeare Theater Company DC, Wolftrap Opera Company and Washington National Opera. Resident Designer for the African Continuum Theatre of Washington DC from 2002-2004. Allen Lee Hughes Fellow at Arena Stage 2001-2003. 

ANTHONY MARTINEZ-BRIGGS (Sound Designer) Arden: Sound Design Debut. Anthony is a 2018 F. Otto Haas Award finalist, Wilma HotHouse company member, Bearded Ladies Associate artist, teaching artist and writer. Regional sound design: Elliot: A Soldier’s Fugue (University of the Arts), Code Black Planet (Wilma Theater), Philadelphia Education Stories (Simpatico Theater), Dauphin Island (Passage Theater), The Bald Soprano (Swarthmore College), and Bienvenidos Blancos (Barrymore Nomination – Team Sunshine Performance Corporation). They are also known as “Us”: emcee and original member of the band ILL DOOTS, seen at The Wilma Theater in An Octaroon and in Flashpoint Theater’s Hands Up: 6 testaments, 6 playwrights (Barrymore Winner for Original Music) as well as music venues across Philadelphia and the U.S. Their most recent albums The Mess and ‘age’ were both released in 2020 and are available everywhere. Stay tuned in at illdoots.com and follow @ILLDOOTS on social media. Look out for ILL DOOTS work in Our Norristown with Theater Horizon in 2022.

JORDAN MCCREE (Original Compositions) Arden:  An Iliad. Regional: Communitas: 5 Years Later (Almanac Dance Circus Theatre); Romeo and Juliet, An Octoroon (Wilma Theater); Red Bike (Simpatico Theater); Hands Up: 7 Playwrights, 7 Testaments (Flashpoint Theatre); Ruined (Philadelphia Theatre Company). Education: University of the Arts (2013). Jordan is member of Philly-based hip hop and social justice collective ILL DOOTS. ILL DOOTS’ music is available  now on Spotify,  Apple Music, Tidal, Google Play, Bandcamp, Soundcloud, and more! #ILLMOVEMENT #ILOVELIVING. ILLDOOTS.com 

JOHN KOLBINSKI (Recording Engineer) Digital work: Robi Hager: So Far, 74 Seconds to Judgement (Arden); D-Pad (Theatre Exile); Water by the Spoonful, Uncle Vanya, Men on Boats (Fordham); It’s not a trip, It’s a journey (Chautauqua Theater Co); Live Theater: Popcorn Falls, Civil War Voices, The Winter Wonderettes, Baskerville, Souvenir, The Gift, Last of the Red Hot Lovers, A Child’s Christmas in Wales, Always…Patsy Cline (Walnut Street Theatre); The Two Gentlemen of Verona (Shakespeare in Clark Park); Basic Witches (Robert Hager); Behold Her (FringeArts/ Half Key Theatre Co); Every Brilliant Thing (Arden/Milwaukee Rep). He is also the Audio Engineer at Arden Theatre Company and InterAct Theatre Company; Sound Supervisor, Chautauqua Theater Company. Sound Systems Designer, InterAct’s Drake Theater. Sound Designer, Beyond the Story: Wonderful Podcast.

JESS MCPHILLIPS (Assistant Stage Manager) Arden: Robi Hager: So Far, A Year With Frog and Toad, Cabaret, and A Doll’s House. Other theatre: This Is The Week That Is, Hope and Gravity (1812 Productions), Biloxi Blues, Same Time Next Year, Café Puttanesca, and Looking Over the President’s Shoulder (Act II Playhouse). Education: University of Pennsylvania (BA, 2016) and Arden Professional Apprentice Program (2016-17 season). Much love to my wonderfully supportive parents and friends!

BRIANA GAUSE (Assistant Director) Associate Director of Fat Ham at Wilma Theatre. Graduated with a BFA from The University of the Arts in Directing, Playwriting, and Producing. Huge shout out to all the ancestors who came before me, and who’ve made it possible for me to be here. Thank you Arden for keeping me on this project a year later in a pandemic. And thank you audience for choosing to engage with this work.


Corporate, Foundation and Government Support

$100,000 and above

Anne M. and Philip H. Glatfelter, III Family Foundation
Hamilton Family Charitable Trust
Independence Foundation
PA Department of Community & Economic Development
Rosenthal Family Foundation
The Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust
William Penn Foundation
Wyncote Foundation

$50,000 to $99,999

Anton Charitable Trust, in memory of Frederick W. Anton, III
Comcast Corporation
The Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation
The Philadelphia Foundation
Shubert Foundation

$15,000 to $49,999

Arcadia Foundation
Catherine R. and Anthony A. Clifton Foundation
The CHG Charitable Trust
Connelly Foundation
The COVID-19 Arts Aid PHL Fund
Fox Chase Bank Charitable Fund
The Philadelphia Foundation Fund for Children
The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation
Harmelin Media
Hirsig Family Fund of The Philadelphia Foundation
Horner Family Foundation
Lincoln Financial Foundation
The McLean Contributionship
National Endowment for the Arts
Pennsylvania Council on the Arts
PNC Charitable Trusts
The Victory Foundation
Wolfson Family Foundation
Zeldin Family Foundation

$7,500 to $14,999

Philadelphia Cultural Fund
Philadelphia Insurance Companies
TD Bank
TD Charitable Foundation
The Sylvia W. and Randle M. Kauders Foundation
The Suzanne Roberts Cultural Development Fund
Subaru of America Foundation
Univest Corporation of Pennsylvania

$2,500 to $7,499

BB&T Now Truist
The Charlotte Cushman Foundation
Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Foundation
Christopher Ludwick Foundation
Civic Foundation
Dolfinger-McMahon Foundation
Ethel Sergeant Clark Smith Memorial Fund
Exeter Property Group
The Haley Foundation
The Huron Foundation
Independence Foundation, in honor of Dr. Andrea Mengel
The Lida Foundation
Louis N. Cassett Foundation
The Paul E. Kelly Foundation
Penn Community Bank
Caroline Frederica Holdship Charity, PNC Charitable Trust
The Wells Fargo Foundation
Wellin Family Foundation, in memory of Keith S. Wellin
The Whimsie Fund


$1000 to $2,499

Alex J. Ettl Foundation
Archie D. and Bertha H. Walker Foundation
Brown and Brown of Pennsylvania
Elfant Wissahickon Realtors
Elfant Pontz Properties
Elliott-Lewis Corporation
The Hassel Foundation
Jenkintown Building Services
Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia
The Rittenhouse Foundation
Siebert Family Foundation
Spector Charitable Trust
Stable Road Foundation
TCF – The Community’s Foundation
Virginia Brown Martin Fund of the Philadelphia Foundation


Up to $1000

Actors’ Equity Foundation
Cumberland Advisors
Judith and Edwin Gerber Family Foundation
The Manny and Ruthy Cohen Foundation
William Goldman Foundation
Wynnstay Foundation


Matching Gift Partners

AXA Foundation
Bank of America Charitable Foundation, Inc.
Bright Fund Foundation
Charities Aid Foundation of America
Chubb Group of Insurance Companies
Exelon Corporation
ExxonMobil Foundation
GE Foundation
IBM Corporate Citizenship and Corporate Affairs
Independence Foundation
JP Morgan Chase & Company
Johnson & Johnson
Lincoln Financial Foundation
Merck Foundation
Network for Good
Pfizer Foundation
The Philadelphia Foundation
Vanguard Chariable
United Way

The Sylvan Society

The exceptional generosity of our leadership donors enables the Arden to tell great stories by having the resources to achieve the highest level of artistic quality. When you contribute $1,000 or more in annual giving, you’ll be recognized with Sylvan Society membership for one year, and membership is renewable annually.

We recognize our Sylvan Society members through a series of benefits carefully designed to bring you closer to the Arden’s work, deepening your appreciation for the role your support plays in our successes.

The below list represents gifts made through February 28, 2021

*Denotes a deceased supporter
^ Includes a matching gift

Chesnut Grove ($25,000 and above)
Ivy Bayard*
Lois G. Brodsky
Karl Carter
The CHG Charitable Trust 
Nancy and Bob Elfant
Hirsig Family Fund of the Philadelphia Foundation
N. Peter and Alta Hamilton 
Renee E. Polsky*
Ted Robb
Monica and Philip Rosenthal
Lee and Chris van de Velde
June and Steve Wolfson

Sassafras Grove ($10,000 – $24,999)
Rayenne Chen
Elizabeth Gemmill
Terry and Ann Marie Horner
Jeanne B. Fisher and Robert F. Lang
John R. Alchin and Hal Marryatt
Seth and Diane McDowell
Joanne and John Harmelin
Seymour Millstein
Peggy Morgan
Irene M. Reiter*
The Suzanne Roberts Cultural Development Fund
Charles Rose and Dr. Mindy Goldberg Rose

Cherry Grove ($5,000 – $9,999)
Brett and Nan Altman
Sandy and David Beswick
Bob and Cheryl Carfagno
Michael A. and Edward C. Donato
Scott and Julia Engel
Joseph and Marie Field
Ellen and Tim Foster
Christina and David Fryman
Deb Dorsey and Mike Green
Jim and Carolyn Hessinger
William A. Loeb
Robin and Saifuddin Mama
Tom Petro and Kris Messner
Ceth and Sam Plum
Joel and Bobbie Porter
Hether and Don Smith
Eloise Smyrl
Anne Cook and Russ Troyer
Ted and Stevie Wolf

Filbert Grove ($2,500-$4,999)
Brian Abernathy and Elizabeth Ireland
Linda and Mark Bernstein
John Bledsoe
Nancy Burd and Mel Nasielski
The John M. and Susan Lavine Coleman Family Fund
John and Fern Culhane
Robert M. Dever
Ann E. Diebold
Rosalyn K. Robinson and Warren B. English
Joe and Carolyn Evans
Paul and Judy Farber
Shannon and Ted Farmer
Richard Harris
Edward Hillis
Barbara and Leslie Kaplan
Peter and Louise Kelly
Kenneth and Eve Klothen
Peter J. and Sandra Klugman
Marilyn and David Kraut
Winnie Anderson and Eric Lien
Janice Madden
Barbara and Don Matheson
Bernard and Camille Rosenberg
Kathleen Sernak
Dennis Raymond Smeal
The Spector Charitable Trust
Keith and Jim Straw
Harvey B. Swedloff
Eileen Heisman and Marty Tuzman
Michael Norris and Matt Varrato
Marge Neff and Dan Winterstein
Richard and Diane Woosnam

Mulberry Grove ($1,000-$2,499)
Becky and John Adams
Stan and Lisa Altman
The Amato Family
Jim and Janet Averill
Rhonda Ball
Sheryl and Allen Bar
Rudy Sprinkle and Andrea Barsevick
Sheila Bell
Max and Elyse Berger
Sandy and Mickey Bernstein
John and Amy Bitman
Louis Bluver
Jean Bodine
Viola W. Bostic
Tom and Mary Pat Boyle
DeDe and Tony Brown
Marc and Margie Cohen
Gregory Coleman
Ellen Deacon
Janis Hawes and Patrick Cunningham
Tobey and Mark Dichter
Laura Drake
Wally and Jane Evans
Elizabeth Fernandez-Vina
Stephen Falchek and John Offidani, III
Carole Foley
Dieter and Sara W. Forster
Thomas Burke and Rick Fountas^
Sandi Foxx-Jones
Jill Fisch and John Gassenheimer
Adelaide Sugarman and Marshall Greenberg
Kate Groark-Shields
Ann and Glenn Haig
Don and Lynn Haskin
Karen and Mark Hite
Lauren Hughes and Kyle Kane
B. Koller
Susan Jacobson
Jill Hyman Kaplan and Elliot Kaplan
Carol Kelley
Dorothy Novick and Peter Kenney
Holly Kinser
Rhonda McKitten and Aaron Krauss
Michael MacFarland
Mary Ellen Marzullo
Linda McAleer
John and Amy McCawley
Peter McQuaid
Hank Adamczyk and Iris Melendez
A.C. Missias
Leslie and Michael Molder
Adam Mussell
Mary Ivy and Roger Noone
Susan Odessey
Barbara Oldenhoff
Dr. Regina Blaszczyk and Lee O’Neill
Alexis and Ed Pappas
Melanie and Jared Pontz
Laura and Douglas Pratt
*Karen and David Pressel
Daniel Promislo
Ronald and Sheila Reese
Joy De Jesús and James Reynolds
Ted Robb
Deborah R. Kravetz and Bill Robling
Franklyn and Cintra Rodgers
Jane A. Rose
Deborah Schapiro
Kim and Ross Schmucki
Caitlin Wood and Martha Schoolman
Richard Maimon and Susan Segal
Patricia and Stephen Segal
Karen and Robert Sharrar
Genvieve and Clete Shields
Roy and Lee Shubert
Ellen Schwartz and Jeremy Siegel
Laura and Ron Siena
Paulette Singleton
George R. Smith
Mike and Shannon Stellato
Kathleen A. Stephenson
William K. Stewart Sr. Foundation
Fred Stuart
Stephen and Kathy Thompson
Robert and Lisa Trucksess
Charles Arnao and Rosemary Watt
Judith L. Wellington
Hope Yursa
Mike Salmanson and Tobi Zemsky

$500 – $999

George Ahern
Richard and Joan Behr
Jay and Nancy Berkowitz
Jean Bodine
Tom and Mary Pat Boyle
Caroline M. Castagno
Carol and Bruce Caswell
David Buch and Annemarie Clarke
Diane and Patrick Close
Patricia Collins
Katherine Commons
John H. Coneys
Carol Cook
Warren and Kaye Crown
Stuart and Diana Donaldson
Jonathan Eells
John Erickson and Harry Zaleznik
Anne Ewers
Dieter and Sara W. Forster
Daniel and Faye Ross, The Ross Family Foundation
Djerassi Foundation
Paula Fuchsberg
Teresa Gillen
Paul Rabe and Cheryl Gunter
Mary and William Hangley
Ellen and Steve Harris
Charles W. Head Jr. and John A. Faggotti
Diane and Dorothy Hofer
Susan Kellogg and Dick Hoffman
Elizabeth Holt
Michelle Hong
Karl Janowitz and Amy Goldman
Gary Jonas
Eric Jones
Nancy Kane
Margie and Scott Kasner
M. Celeste Simon and Brian Keith
Cecilia Keller
Holly Kleimo
Steven Knepper
Bernadette Koller
Samuel Duplessis and Daniel Krewson
Kathleen Nelson and John Kromer
Edward and Kathryn Lee
Madeline Miller and Gordon Leggett
Ann Lesch
David and Deborah Lesher
John and Martha Lubell
Phyllis Magaziner
Kimberly Brannen and Maya Malone
Clifford Pearlman and Lynn Marks
Kathy McMaster
Edna Vasso and Stephen Vasso, MD
Don and Barbara Parman
Jane G. Pepper
David and Amy Pollack
Sandy Portnoy
Carolyn Cannuscio and Daniel Rader
Hon. Lillian Harris Ransom
Susan and Steve Reisbord
Kurt and Mary-Ann Reiss
Claire Rocco
Edward and Geralyn Rock
Robert L. Roessler
Amy and Mitch Russell
David and Margie Saland
Geoffrey Schmidt
Grace Gonglewski and Eric Schoefe
Caitlin Wood and Martha Schoolman
Stefanie and Alex Seldin
Antoinette Farrar Seymour
Laura and Ron Siena
Kathy and Don Smith
Mike and Shannon Stellato
Mauricio Saavedra and Joanna Sykes-Saavedra
Fen Tamulonis
Robert and Lisa Trucksess
Epstein Family Charitable Trust
Margaret Evans Tuten
Lewis and Hella Volgenau
Thomas and Dawn Weiss
Jane White
John Woolsey
Tom and Jackie Zemaitis

$250 – $499

Carol and Bennett Aaron
Kim and David Adler
Naomi Anafi
Dave and Bill Bailey
Sally and Michael Bailin
Sylva Baker
Michael P. Buckley and Mason Barnett
Richard and Eileen Bazelon
Pat and Tom Bender
Sara and Bruce Berger
Charlotte Biddle
Fern and Robert Billet
Barbara Bisgaier
Linda and Alden Blyth
Joseph and Mary Lou Breidenstine
Mary and Billy Brooks
Dr. Stephen Bulova and Eleanor W. Bulova
Jessica Calter
Chip Capelli
Paul Nutaitis and Robert Clark
Elaine Sherman and Robert Cohan
Marc and Margie Cohen
David Cohen
Jeff Coon
Sara and Alan Crimm
Kelly and Steve DeAngelis
Rhonda Dickey
Kathy and Eric Dobrzynski
Jackie Morrill and Mike Donahue
Donald and Geraldine Duclow
Lauren Elfant
Norma A. Fabian
Gerald Faich
The Mantione Family
Cheryl and Steven Feil
Mark and Rene Feitelson
Robin Foldesy
Paulette Freeman
Dan Gannon
Leah Chaplin and Eileen Gildea
Jackie Goldfinger
Bob and Jan Goren
Ellen Greco
Paul Green
Yoni Greenbaum
Donna Cordner and Brent Groce
Trudy and Paul Gulterman
Johbn Hager
Mary and William Hangley
Jenn Hayden
Helene and Bill Van Hoeven
Diane and Dorothy Hofer
Krissy Fraelich and Nick Hunchak
Nanci Ritter and Jim Hutchison
Jerry Abelson and June Idzal
Kimberly C. Oxholm and Carl Oxholm, III
Arleen Buchanan and James Imbriaco
Kenneth Foster and Mary Jenkins
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Rivers, Jr.
Philip and Marge Kalodner
Carol Katcher
Stephen and Barbara Kieran
Lorraine Kilmer
Peter J. and Sandra Klugman
Matt and Tanya Koropeckyj-Cox
Mary Ellen Krober
Andrew and Lynn Lees
Drs. Bob and Joyce Leonetti
John and Melissa Lore
Ed and Moya Mahlman
Maeve Malone
Sam and Michael Markovitz
Kevin and Megan Maynard
George and Judy McCarthy
Barbara McClearly
Missy and Bob McQuiston
Cheryl and Gerald Meyer
Sandra and Martin Miller
Alan and Susan Miller
Joann Mitchell
Martha Moore
Elesa Nelson
Matt and Judy Ochs
Rick De Oliveira
Fred Ott
Marcia Paullin
Alan Reinach and Dana Perlman
Jessica Phelan
Ilene and Coleman Poses
Enrique Posner
Janet and John Poth
Jennie Pritzker
Michael J. Hozik and Margaret L. Rea
Annis Lee Reeves
Edward Lundy and Debra Reiff
David Reuter
Alice Reyes
Karen and Jon Richter
Joseph and Helen Robinette
Dan Rocha
John and Claire Rodgers
Dulcie Pomerantz Romm
Barbara and Anthony Rooklin
Adelle Rubin
Carole M. and Irwin C. Saft
Lawrence and Phyllis Sager
Perlita and Frank Schorfheide
Lauren and Daniel Schwartz
Kathy and Richard Sexton
Polly Shaffer
Susan Greene and Kathy Sheridan
Anne C. Singer
Beth Burrell and David Sorensen
Kathleen A. Stephenson
Rita and Neil Stevens
Barbara and Robert Stewart
Theresa Mader and David Suter
Tom and Patricia Vernon
David Lerman and Shelley Wallock
Susan and Tom Walther
Donna and Andrew Wechsler
Marlene Weinberg
Vivian Weinblatt
Elizabeth Weinreb
Abigail Wolf and Jonathan Weiss
Joan and Dane Wells
Leslie and Ellen Welson
Julie D. Williams
Raymond Becker and Richard Wilson
Bertram Wolfson
Judith Wood 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Woodcock

$125 – $249

Lawrence and Patricia Abramson
Chester Charter Scholars Academy
Estelle Alexander
John and Janet Alwang
Wendy Ankrom
Mr. and Mrs. John and Marilyn Anthony
Dr. Rita Axelrod
Cecily Banks
Theresa Baraldi
Glenn Barnes
Yvonne Bartman
Edward Bedrick
Michael Bell
Michael Hollinger and Megan Bellwoar
Mr. David Berch
Ruth Berman
Virginia Bestwick
Barry and Marilyn Bevacqua
Fern and Robert Billet
Ilene and Robert Blain
Carol Buettger and Allen Bonner
Allen G. Bonner
Marcia Bower
Hazel Bowers
Michael Boyle
Phillip Graneto and Janice Breen
Ramona Broomer
Ann and David Brownlee
Allison Burke-Laderman
Anne Canby
Joseph and Elena Cappella
The Wittkamp Children
Joan and Joel Chinitz
Randi Chud
Helene and Stephen Cohen
John and Mary Ann Collett
Rick and Carol Collier
Jane Combrinck-Graham
John and Ellen Condello
Janet and Richard Conn
Emily Cook
John Cooke
Ms. Elizabeth Cooper
B. Karen Coyne
Lori and John Daukas
Nancy DeLucia
Colleen and John Donofrio
Thomas Doran
Lucille Schlack Drake
Joe and Donna Eckles
Kristin Edwards
Paul and Mary Lynn Ellis
Susan and Bruce Endy
Kim English-Murphy
Alice McCreary and David Epler
The Berry Family
Pamela Fisk
Peter and Alexis Flack
Carole Foley
Mimi and Nick Fox
Taylor Foxwell
Allyson J. Frank
John and Elaine Frank
Monica Freely
Michael and Helene Freidman
Brenda Freitag and Chet Tuthill
Douglas Frenkel and Marlene Weinstein
William Freske
Len and Deena Friedland
Paula Fuchsberg
Brenda Furtak
Sheila Dyan and Charles A. Gaglia, Jr.
Ofelia Garcia
Nina Gersbach
Gwen and Alvin Gilens
Derek Gillman
Patrice Green
Marianne and Donald Green
Jenny Greenberg
Adelaide Sugarman and Marshall Greenberg
Gail Greenspon
Adele Aron Greenspun
Paul and Terry Guerin
Anne Halkedis
Lori Hartley
Richard Willis and Linda Hartnett
Beverly Hayden
Sue and Doug Heckrotte
Virginia Hedden
Cynthia F. Heininger
Betsy and Ted Hershberg
Richard and Barbara Hirsh
Arve and Constance Holt
David Howe
James Ijames
Dave Ingram
Chris Hoyler and Bob Jackson
Dr. and Mrs. William Jantsch
Mike and Shannon Stellato
Aram and Jackie Jerrehian
Timothy M and Carol M Johnson
Karen Johnston
William Jordan
Dr. Stephen Kay and Dr. Rhonda Karp
Nancy Kassam-Adams
Phyllis Kauffman
Lucy Kaufman
Frances and Paul Kende
Robert and Susan Kettell
Kate Kidder
Caren and Brian Kirschner
Alan and Elaine Klawans
David Klein
Tom and Maria Klumpp
Carol Fixman and Stephen Kobrin
Ellen Kopeland
Michele and John Koskinen
Vicki and Doni Kramer
Barry and Janet Kushner
Marilyn Kutler
Naomi Grabel and Neil Kutner
Judy Lalli
Marla and Stew Leftow
Garry Lennon
Bea and Norm Leopold
Ruth Lesser
Natalie Levkovich
Norman and Sylvia Lieberman
Laurel and Robert Lipshutz
Linda and Dan Litwin
Joan Ryder and Robert Ludwig
Kathleen Mahan
Joseph M. Manko
Arthur Melnick and Bernadette Manning
Randi and Bill Marrazzo
Glenda Marshall
Audrey Martin
Ken and Margery Maurer
Lorraine and Bruce McMahon
Arthur and Sallie Melvin
Nancy Middlebrook
David Miller
Jane Miluski
Kristin Minot
Jeff and Maxine Morgan
Andrea Moselle
Bonnie and Eliot Nierman
Katherine Niesen
Janet and Dennis Novack
Matt Ocks
Kathy O’Connell
Timothy O’Malley
Nicholas Orbe
Frank and Suzan Paiva
Michael and Judy Paul
Judith Peakes
Steven Peitzman
Jeff and Elizabeth Podraza
Jennifer Pogoriler
Janet Poth
Karen Zimmerman and David Preefer
John and Margaret Preg
Ms. Aneira Puttaswamy
Abi and Craig Reed
Barbara and Robert Richter-Kobrin
Phyllis and Marvin Robinson
Mary Rodgers
Joan Roller
Marta Dabezies and Patricia Rose
Dr. Daniel Rosenbaum
Richard and Anne Rosenberg
Shelley Rosenberg
John and Melanie Rowley
Susan Becker and Aaron Rubin
Bernard and Barbara Ruekgauer
Marjorie and Alexander Russell
Cindy and Steve Ruzansky
Rebecca Goland-Van Ryn
E. Ruth Sachs
Joan and William Saidel
Dr. Jillian Sayre
Marsha Weinraub and Stuart Schmidt
Mary Ellen Schneider and Carl W. Schneider
Jill and Kerry Schuman
Nancy Seweryn
Karen Schermerhorn and Evan Seymour
Dan and Hanna Shapira
Leslie J. Sheer
Craig and Bonnie Sheetz
Genvieve and Clete Shields
Jim and Cathy Shippen
Carleene and David Slowik
Jonne and Corey Smith
Barbara and Steven Speece
James Steiker
Theresa Mader and David Suter
Kate Sylvester
John Tarves
Rick Greenstein and Claudia Tesoro
Brennan Tomasetti
Marian Tracey
April J. Tvarok
John Urofsky
Tom and Beth Warms
Lisa Washington
Wendy and Larry White
Michelle E. Williams
Jewel Williamson-Burns
Sue and Eric Woolf
John Erickson and Harry Zaleznik
Barrie and Eugene Zenone

$75 – $124

Mr. and Mrs. Michael and Carol Albert
Melissa Anderson
Nick Anselmo
Howard and Patricia Anton
Roxie and John Ash
Nader Ayoub
Harry Bambrick
Lynda Barness
Carolyn and George Bassett
Gregory Batker
Robert and Sandy Clay Bauer
Michael and Heather Baxter
Frances and Michael Baylson
Patricia G. Beck
Marilyn Becker
Mrs. Gwynne Bee
Ian and Carolyn Bell
Marcia Benner
Michele Bennett
Linda Benson
Connie and Dick Berman
Frank Bernt and Eileen Duffey Bernt
Thomas Bettridge
Beth Blinebury
Jocelyn Block
Marta Bloy
Fran Freedman and Jon Blum
Maxine Blum
Molly Bogan
Iris and Michael Boshes
Kellie Bowker
Jan Boyce
Marian Bradley
Stanton and Jill Braid
Charles Brennan
Dan Broscius
Kevin Burke
Jeannine and David Webber
Sandy Cadwalader
Anthony and Jaque Camp
Sarah Campbell
Patricia Carbine
Ryann Carey
Lillian and William Cassel
Denise and Philip Chapline
Drs. Anthony and Estelle Chun
Tamara Clements
Rhoda Coben
Ellen and Warren Cohen
Michael Coleman
Maria Collett
Christopher Colucci
Stacy Conn
*Gerard and Cheryll Conway
Mary Conway
Christy Croisetiere
Marie Cruz
Joan Cullen
Karen Cuzzolino
Diane Daiger
Mary Ann and Jacob Dailey
Gerard DAlessio
Barbara A. Daneluzzi
Todd Darr
Emily L. Davis
Miles Davis
Katy Dawley
Vic and Eva Dawson
Robert and Bonnie DeAngelo
Mr. Bryan Deitrich
Cordelia and Don Delson
Chris Demko
Nancy and Nishan Dersimonian
Dana Devon
Kim DiPietro
Gerald R. and Ellen R. DiPinto
Margaret Diskin
Alex Dittmar
Joan Duckenfield
Beth Duris
James E. Dyer, Jr.
Michael and Lori Edmondson
Jonathan Edmondson
Jonathan and Ella Edwards
Carol Eicher
Steven Elliott
Linda Ellsworth
Jason and Jennifer Ellsworth-Aults
Linda Putnam Erat
Harold T. Erfer and Joann Erfer
Helen Evelev
Tierra Fair
The Palmer Family
The Snyder Family
The Tobias Family
Ruth S. Ferber
Evan Fieldston
Leonard and Leila Finkelstein
Joan and Aron Fisher
Pamela Fisk
Marie Flaherty
Karen Flora
Laura Forsberg
Maureen Mullin and Larry Fowler
Krissy Fraelich and Nick Hunchak
Kenneth and Cecile Frank
Ms. Judy Frank
Robert Fry and Randi Chud
Mark Friedenthal
Philip Friedman
Michael and Rawan Friel
Mark Froehlich
Lou and Rhoda Fryman
Miriam Galster
Buzz and Linda Gamble
Mary Glackin
Joan D. Gmitter
Shauna Goodman
Kate Goodwin
Marylyn Goutmann
Diane and Fredric Graboyes
Carolyn Grandis
Ellen Greco
Erica Green
Wade Bailey and Susan Greene
Cristina and Lev Greysman
Siemone Griffioen
Ms. Grace E. Grillet
Hadley Groft
Helen Groft
Barbara Gross
Janine Guglielmino
David and Myra Gutin
Michael and Sondra Gutkind
Johbn Hager
Jan Haig
Marcia Halbert
Benjamin Hall
Nancy S. Halpern
Emma Halpert
Bill Davis and Lisa Handler
Clifford Ridley and Betsey Hansell
Priti Haria
David Harmelin
Palmer and Judith Hartl
Beverly Hayden
Kathryn Hayes
Stacey Helmers
Angela and Michael Hennessey
Susan Herron
Heidi Hertfelder
Wendy and Steve Hess
Daniel and Monica Hilferty
Morton and Lois Joy Hoffman
Janet Holcombe
Glenn Holsten
Marie Horchler
Helen Horstmann-Allen
Lynda Hubbell
Peter and Nora Hunt-Johnson
John and Carol Hutelmyer
Edward J and Carole M Huth
Dave F. Huting
Bonnie MacDonald and James Introcaso
Gwynne L. Isaacs
Sandra Jarratt
Kathy and Edwin Jesiolowski
James E. Dyer, Jr.
Jennifer Julian
Randi Kamine
Diana Kanoff
Karen Kaplan
Judith Kastenberg
Connie Katz
Phyllis Kauffman
Kristen Bowman Kavanagh
Ellen Baxter and Robert Kavash
Douglas and Ruth Keating
Lynn Kelley
Brenna Kelly
Michael Kenis
Marjorie Epps Kennedy
Julie Kernis
Thomas and Linda Kilburn
Cheryl and John Kirby
Thomas and Anne Kohn
Karla Korn
Christine Kozsuch
Martha Platt and Marlis Kraft
Joseph Kraher
Melvin and Rhoda S. Kreiner
Laura Kress
Janet Kroll
Joan and Paul Krzywicki
Daniel Lai
Tim and Lauren Lambie-Hanson
Jon and Signe Landau
Alan Cohen and Michele Langer
Byron Lee
Joe Leonard
Susan Levinson
Michael L. Levitan
Karen and Michael Lewis
Daniel and Kathleen Lipinski
Jonathan Lipner
Victoria Lipoff
Laurel and Robert Lipshutz
Karen Lisker
Suzanne B. Logeman
Judith Lopez-Ruback
Diane Rurode and Jim Lord
Jennifer Lowman
Natalie Lucas
Catharine Slusar and Whit MacLaughlin
Don and Nancy Maclay
Deborah and Ron Madison
Paula and Richard Mandel
Mary and Jack Markov
Nina Martinez
Keely McCarthy
Kelly McCollister
Richard McCourt
Faith and Arthur McDowell
Kathleen McGrann
Barbara McIntyre
Tom & Geri McKernan
Judith McLaughlin
Robert E. McLaughlin
Dr. Donald Bakove and Margaret G. McLaughlin
Christopher Meissner
Sallie van Merkensteijn
Lisa Mervis
Julia Vick and Paula Meyer
Linda Mill
Joseph and Jane Miluski
Jill Minick
Laraine Mocenigo
Chloe Mohr
Celeste Montgomery
Timothy Berger and Sarah Mooers
Hedda and David Morton
David and Laurel Mosteller
Ursula Muehllehner
William and Kathleen Mulroy
Theodore and Theresa Munz
Gibbs Murray
Ken and Sue Myers
Elizabeth Nelson
Lora Northen
Mike Olafsson
Carol Ann and Thomas O’Leary
Bobi Nevin and Edward Olwell
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald O’Neill
David Oppenheim
Catherine Ormerod
James and Joann Oser
Linda Osler
Blair Pallas
Evan Paszamant
Gillian Pears
Denise Peck
Brooke Penders
Richard Perrin
Suzanne Petruzel and Bob Pisani
John and Victoria Podolski
Patsy Polilli
Tracey Polsky
Tom and Candace Pratt
Mr. Michael Presser
Frank and Patricia Preston
Nina Pringle
Gail Scott and Thomas D. Quinlan
Mark and Karen Reber
Jonathan Reiff
Jessica Richardson
Mr. and Mrs. David and Diane Richman
Ann Riggan
Laurie Robinson
Renee Rollin
Adam Rom
Lou and Laura Romano
Maxine Rosen
Alexis Rosenfeld
J. Randall Rosensteel
Hal and Sue Rosenthal
Edwin and Sally Rosenthol
Daniel Szyld and Kathleen Ross
Marjorie A. Roth
Cindy and Steve Ruzansky
Dawn Salmon
Robin Sampson
Bill Sanders
Joel and Annette Santolla
Sandra Sborofsky
Joseph Schaller
Karyn L. Scher
Bonnie Schiff-Glenn
Marylea and William Schmidt
Marvel Shmiefsky
Marvel Schmiefsky
Kenneth Schmitt
Jason Schroeder
Hideko Secrest
Bonni Segal
Gerry Hebert and Gail Seligman
Ruth Septee
Karen and Bob Serenbetz
Sarah Sexton
Samir and Lisa Shah
Kyle Shanahan
Barbara Shapiro
Lori A. Sherman
Abigail Shuey
Paul Siegel
Laurel and Jeffrey Silber
Gail and Christopher Simons
Imali Sirisena
Olga Skvortsova
Stephen J. Small
Patricia Smerz
Benjamin Smith
Erica Smith
Stephanie Snyder
Paula Solomon
Dee Spicer
Renee Sterling
Marie Strahan
Brian Streeper
Julien Suaudeau
Albert Suh
Daniel Szyld and Kathleen Ross
Susan and Robert Tafel
Erin Talvitie
Letty Thall
Thomas Thompson
William Thompson
Jessica Tighe
Brenda Freitag and Chet Tuthill
Judith and Edward Viner
Timothy and Victoria Wadas
Mark Wade
Emily and Charles Wagner
Susan Wagner
Bob and Shelly Waldman
Thomas and Cathryn Walsh
Joan Weiner
Shelly and Fred Weiner
Ken and Susan Weiss
John Wells
Brian and Catherine Welsh
Kathi Wennell
Susan Wetherill
Ashley Whamond
Eileen White
Keri White
Paige and Anthony Whitson-Martini
Gwendolyn Wiley
Doris Williams
Terry and Agnes Willis
Bob Weinberg and Eleanor Wilner
Angela Winterrowd
Arnold Wolf
Betsy Wollensack
Rob and Anne Woodcock
Suzanne Wray
Anna Wulick
Sam and Kuna Yankell
Dr. Jon Yardney
Sandra Yim
Josh Young
Mrs. Florence Zeller
Heidi Zod

Gifts in Memory…

In Memory of Cathy Ashley 
Virginia Akin 
Jill Gettle 
Meredith Lengel 
James Pesavento 
Jessica Roop 
Walter J. Zalis 
In Memory of Ann B. McNamee 
Linda Boyce 
Nancy L. Dilcher 
Robert and Joan McLaughlin 
Jeanne Sambrick 
In Memory of Anaise Nolen 
Joy De Jesús and James Reynolds 
Eileen Heisman and Marty Tuzman 
Joan Mccarthy 
In Memory of J. Cooper Robb 
E. Graham and Elizabeth Robb 
Ted Robb 
Anonymous, In Memory of John and Patricia Brotherton 
Anonymous, In Memory of Sheila Kutner 
Anonymous, In Memory of Annie Richardson 
Anonymous, In Memory of Ed Spector 
Dr. Susan Anderer, In Memory of Stephen J. Anderer 
Vandette Anderson, In Memory of Alma and George Thomas 
Mr. and Mrs. John and Marilyn Anthony, In Memory of Veronica McGowan and Margaret Sheridan Gleason
Katherine Brooks, In Memory of Peyton Moss 
Harold Buchanan, In Memory of Camille Buchanan 
Judy Chance, In Memory of Albert M Greenfield, III 
Dr. Marie Conn, In Memory of Alice and Ira Conn 
Jim Connell, In Memory of Margaret Connell 
Serena Conway, In Memory of Jerry Conway 
Joan Cullen, In Memory of Patricia Brown 
Anne Dalke, In Memory of Kathleen J. Moyer 
Frank and Barbara Davide, In Memory of Desi Starr 
Ellen Deacon, In Memory of Ernest Cuff 
Charlie Delmarcelle, In Memory of Dale DelMarcelle 
Rhonda Dickey, In Memory of Marjorie Dickey 
Stephen Falchek and John Offidani, III, In Memory of Rita and Thaddeus Falchek, and Clara C. Lucas
Rebecca Freedman, In Memory of My mom, Evelyn L. Strobel 
David and Richard Gelles, In Memory of Judy Gelles 
Kash Goins, In Memory of Walter Dallas and August Wilson
Sue Groveman , In Memory of Seena Groveman 
Linda Johnson, In Memory of Malia Johnson Premer 
Julie Kernis, In Memory of Dorothea 
Ian and Phoebe Kershaw, In Memory of Rick Kershaw 
Ken, Eva, and Aaron Klein, In Memory of Milt and Roz Klein 
Valerie Koscelnik, In Memory of John Koscelnik 
Michael MacFarland, In Memory of Sonnie MacFarland 
Donald  Martin, In Memory of Richard Repetto 
Judy McGloughlin, In Memory of Charles McGloughlin 
Nancy Shickler and Mark Mendenhall, In Memory of Russell Meddin 
Vicki Peterson, In Memory of William “Uncle Pete” Peterson 
Benjamin Phillips, In Memory of Marion Sweeney 
Claire and Lud Pisapia, In Memory of Joe Crosley 
Harry Porter, In Memory of Harry Porter Sr 
Nora Quinn, In Memory of Danielle Rice 
Alice Reyes, In Memory of David B. Glancey 
Frann Shore, In Memory of Ed Grusheski 
Rachel Vassar, In Memory of Jordan Rosenfeld 
Ian Wachstein and Michele Zeldner, In Memory of Judy Wachstein 
Mo’s Little Brother, In Memory of Maureen (“Mo”) Wade 
Ann Walker, In Memory of Ted Watts 
Barbara Williams, In Memory of Ken and Met Williams 
Hope Yursa, In Memory of David Schu 

Gifts In Honor…

In Honor of All Actors 
Chad Corbitt 
Katherine Farnum 
Juliette Linnabary 
In Honor of Arden Theatre Company 
Jacquelyn Aveta 
Alexandra Brock 
Steven Fisher 
Josh Lamon 
Susan Lischner 
Peter McQuaid 
Steve Montgomery 
In Honor of Lorene Cary 
Herman Beavers 
Jaden Cloobeck 
James Curry 
William Harries 
Emily Steiner 
In Honor of Bob and Nancy Elfant 
Ina Asher 
Scott and Julia Engel 
In Honor of Krissy Fraelich 
Mindy Cohan 
Janet Ecksel 
In Honor of Amy Murphy and Terry Nolen 
DeDe and Tony Brown 
Sarah Erdman 
Kristen Gillette 
Cirel and Howard Magen 
Frances Novack 
Hether Smith 
Caitlin Wood and Martha Schoolman 
In Honor of Lee and Chris van de Velde 
E. Graham and Elizabeth Robb 
Kim and Ross Schmucki 
Anonymous, In Honor of Martha Brogan 
Anonymous, In Honor of Team Phine 
Michael Barnett, In Honor of Harriet Tubman’s Intuitive Gift to Free Her People 
Darlene R Beasley, In Honor of The Harriet Tubman’s all over the world 
Robyn Bockweg, In Honor of David and Christina Fryman 
Michael Bolton, In Honor of Lawrence Mandel 
Nathan Brownback, In Honor of Bob and Sharon Brownback 
Brian Capell, In Honor of Health care workers, teachers, first responders 
Emily Cooper, In Honor of Aunt Beppy (Arden Volunteer, Betty Cooper) 
Becky Dator, In Honor of Bear 
Rebecca Davis, In Honor of Clayton Tejada 
Madeleine Delson and Kevin Towles, In Honor of Cordelia and Don Delson 
Herbert and Ruth Feinberg, In Honor of Jeff and Susan Zimmerman 
Steven Fisher, In Honor of Flynn Nolen 
John Flak and Jenny Burkholder, In Honor of  The kid in all of us! 
Dianne Fristrom, In Honor of Ann Green 
Lou and Rhoda Fryman, In Honor of David and Christina Fryman’s Anniversary 
Matt Gubicza, In Honor of Matthew, Rosie, Timmy, and Danny 
Bethany Harper, In Honor of Fairmount Girl Scouts Juniors Troop 93547 
Madeleine and Phil Henderson, In Honor of Lucie and Zoya 
Don Henry, In Honor of Cindy Henry 
Stephan Heuer, In Honor of Amelie Heuer 
Thomas Hurster and Jacqueline Salmon, In Honor of Courtney, Finn, and Henry Riggar 
Aiden Kempf, In Honor of Frog and Toad 
Leslie Klebba, In Honor of Gayman Elementary School 
Diana Kotzin, In Honor of Dr. Constance Clayton 
Brian Miller, In Honor of Amanda Witt Bergson-Shilcock 
Michael Moore, In Honor of Benjamin Cox 
Brad Moss and Laurie Gottlieb, In Honor of Harvey Swedloff 
Vicki Peterson, In Honor of COVID-19 ICU/SDU Nurses 
Daniel Pliskin, In Honor of Joy de Jesus 
Elizabeth Powers, In Honor of Karlyn Rosen Aires 
Margie Price, In Honor of Cast and Crew! 
Karen and Jon Richter, In Honor of Glenn Perlman 
Sophia Rodney, In Honor of The Whole Cast! 
Deborah Schapiro, In Honor of Ellen Foster’s and Amy Murphy’s Birthday 
Sklover-Kirzner Family, In Honor of All of our resilient Kids During COVID 
Dawn Strenk, In Honor of Your Amazing Children Productions 
Gaynor Strickler, In Honor of Anne Cook 
Fred Stuart, In Honor of Karen Davis 
Jennie Treeger Bowen, In Honor of Arden casts and crew of Godspell and Working 
Jennifer Tront, In Honor of Garnet Valley Elementary School 
Steve and Carol Zarrilli, In Honor of Michael Polcini 

The Legacy Society

Arden Theatre Company would like to recognize the following supporters who have included
the Arden in their wills or estate plans. Their planned gift provides support which will help
sustain the Arden’s work for decades to come.

Ms. Peggy Anderson*
Stanley Baurys*
Ivy Bayard*
Jane Berryman
Louis Bluver
Mary P. Burr
Pearl M. Carpel*
Larry S. Friedman* and Dean H. Rishel
Ellis Ginsberg*
Peter Gistelinck and Kim Bloom
Grace Gonglewski and Eric Schoefer
Jim and Carolyn Hessinger
Suzanne and James Hill
Mary Ellen Krober
William Loeb
Donald Martin and Richard Repetto*
Peggy Morgan
Tom Petro and Kris Messner
Kristen Phillips and Matt Schreck
Renee E. Polsky*
Madeline Portnoy
Irene M. Reiter*
Dr. Harry Rosenthal
Marilyn and Dean Staats

*Denotes deceased supporter 


Campo'sCampo’s | Visit their website
214 Market Street | 215.923.1000

Open for pick-up and delivery!

Style: Philly classics; fast casual; kid-friendly

For 70+ years, this family-owned deli restaurant focuses on Philly favorites: hoagies and steaks. Plus soups, salads, and sandwiches and gluten-free and vegan options.




Chlöe | Visit their website
232 Arch Street | 215.629.2337 

Open for pick-up!

Style: New American cuisine; BYOB

This 32-seat BYOB is a casual neighborhood eatery serving fresh, locally-sourced New American cuisine from Wednesday through Saturday nights.



Cuba Libre | Visit their website
10 South 2nd Street | 215.627.0666 

Open for indoor and outdoor dining, pick-up, and delivery!

Style: Cuban Cuisine; kid-friendly; rum bar

The décor takes you back to 1950’s Old Havana, and the menu contains a contemporary interpretation of traditional Cuban cuisine. 


Fork Restaurant

Fork | Visit their website
306 Market Street | 215.625.9425 

Open for indoor dining and pick-up!

Style: Contemporary American; fine dining

Known for 20+ years for its interesting Contemporary American menu and high ceilings with twinkling lights, Fork serves locally sourced and seasonally inspired dishes.



Franklin Fountain

Franklin Fountain | Visit their website
116 Market Street | 215.627.1899 

Open for pick-up and delivery!

Style: Ice cream; soda shop

This old-fashioned ice cream parlor has bow-tie-wearing staff serving classic ice cream flavors and soda fountain favorites throughout the year.

Show your ticket confirmation e-mail at checkout to receive a 10% discount on your order from Franklin Fountain. 


High Street Restaurant

High Street on Market | Visit their website
308 Market Street | 215.625.0988 

Open for pick-up and delivery!

Style: Artisanal cuisine; fresh baked goods

This informal cousin of Fork sits next door with a local-artisan decor and features delicious sandwiches and pastries. Join them daily for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.


Khyber Pass Restaurant

Khyber Pass Pub | Visit their website
56 S. 2nd Street | 215.238.5888

Open for pick-up, and indoor and outdoor dining!

Style: Southern comfort; cozy bar

This cozy bar specializes in Southern, Cajun, and Creole cuisines, featuring some of the best barbecue in the city, signature po-boys, and an expansive draft list. 

**Add Media

Panorama | Visit their website
56 S. 2nd Street | 215.238.5888

Open for indoor and outdoor dining, pick-up, and delivery!

Style: Italian cuisine; wine bar; fine dining

Proud of their Guinness World Record as the world’s largest wine bar, this Italian restaurant serves generations-old family recipes re-imagined for today.



The Plough and the Stars

The Plough & the Stars | Visit their website
123 Chestnut Street | 215.733.0300   

Open for indoor and outdoor dining, pick-up, and delivery!

Style: Irish pub fair; Western European cuisine

A Western European menu with a strong Irish influence, including traditional pub favorites, more sophisticated fare for foodies, and vegan, gluten-free and heart healthy options.

**Add Media and double check

Positano Coast | Visit their website
212 Walnut Street, 2nd Floor | 215.238.0499 

Open for indoor and outdoor dining, pick-up, and delivery!

Style: Mediterranean cuisine; outdoor patio

This Aldo Lamberti restaurant makes you feel like you’re on Italy’s Amalfi Coast with a menu of Mediterranean-inspired cuisine and creative variations of classic Italian dishes.


Race Street Cafe

Race Street Café | Visit their website
208 Race Street | 215.627.6181 

Open for indoor, pick-up, and delivery! **Verify

Style: Traditional American; cozy bar

A low-key café with a rustic vibe, the menu includes house-made soups, pub food like burgers and sandwiches, and entrees from a Fish of the Day to New York Strip Steak.


Shane Confectionery

Shane Confectionery | Visit their website
110 Market Street | 215.922.1048 

Open for pick-up!

Style: Candy shop

America’s oldest, continuously-run confectionery, they offer an array of traditional hand-made chocolates, caramels, fudge, hard candies and more.


South Street Philly Bagels

South Street Philly Bagels | Visit their website
613 S. 3rd Street | 215.627.6277

Open for pick-up and delivery!

Style: Breakfast spot; bagel bakery

This family owned and operated bagel bakery brings fresh bagels to the community every day. Stop by with your ticket to get a free coffee with the purchase of a breakfast sandwich!


Vista Peru Restaurant

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20 S. 2nd Street | 215.398.5046

Open for indoor dining, pick-up, and delivery!

Style: Peruvian cuisine; pisco cocktails

With a desire and passion to expand the love of Peruvian flavors, Miguel Toro created Vista Peru; the first authentic Peruvian restaurant in Philadelphia.