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  • A CHORUS LINE SEPT 3 - 28, 2014

    KINKY BOOTS OCT 7 - 26, 2014

    A CHRISTMAS STORY NOV 25 - DEC 30, 2014

    RODGERS & HAMMERSTEINS CAROUSEL FEB 5 - MAR 1, 2015

    JACQUES BREL IS ALIVE AND WELL & LIVING IN PARIS MAR 7 - MAY 17, 2015 CO-PRESENTED AT ACT - A CONTEMPORARY THEATRE

    SOMETHING ROTTEN! APR 29 - MAY 24, 2015

    GREASE JULY 9 - AUGUST 2, 2015

    2014/15 SEASON

    DECEMBER 2014

    https://www.5thavenue.org/http://encoreartsprograms.com

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    HOLIDAYSat Benaroya Hall

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    206.215.4747 | SEATTLESYMPHONY.ORG

    FOR TICKETS:

    DECEMBER 57

    JEFF TYZIKS

    HOLIDAY POPS WITH CIRQUE MUSICASEATTLE POPS SERIES sponsored by

    Jeff Tyzik, conductor Cirque Musica

    Bring your whole family to this special holiday pops concert featuring Cirques acrobats, jugglers, dancers and mimes performing with the Seattle Symphony.

    DECEMBER 8

    CHRISTMAS WITH THE KINGS SINGERSOne of the worlds most celebrated vocal ensembles, The Kings Singers perform for one night only in the acoustically spectacular Benaroya Hall.

    Performance does not include the Seattle Symphony.

    DECEMBER 13

    A SPIRIT FOR THE HOLIDAYSStilian Kirov, conductor Magic Circle Mime Co.

    Three mischievous holiday spirits have their own ideas of what a holiday concert should be. The orchestra is caught in the middle, and only the spirit of music can save them. This unusual holiday sing-along breaks the Grinch-like curse of noise.

    Media Sponsors:

    familyfriendly

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    December 2014Volume 12, No. 3

    Paul Heppner Publisher

    Susan Peterson Design & Production Director

    Ana Alvira, Deb Choat, Robin Kessler, Kim Love Design and Production Artists

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    Marty Griswold, Seattle Sales Director

    Joey Chapman, Gwendolyn Fairbanks, Ann Manning, Lenore Waldron Seattle Area Account Executives

    Staci Hyatt, Marilyn Kallins, Terri Reed San Francisco/Bay Area Account Executives

    Carol Yip Sales Coordinator

    Jonathan Shipley Ad Services Coordinator

    www.encoreartsseattle.com

    Paul Heppner Publisher

    Marty Griswold Associate Publisher

    Leah Baltus Editor-in-Chief

    Dan Paulus Art Director

    Jonathan Zwickel Senior Editor

    Gemma Wilson Associate Editor

    Amanda Manitach Visual Arts Editor

    Amanda Townsend Events Coordinator

    www.cityartsonline.com

    Paul Heppner President

    Mike Hathaway Vice President

    Erin Johnston Communications Manager

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    Corporate Office425 North 85th Street Seattle, WA 98103p 206.443.0445 f 206.443.1246adsales@encoremediagroup.com800.308.2898 x105www.encoremediagroup.com

    Encore Arts Programs is published monthly by Encore Media Group to serve musical and theatrical events in Western Washington and the San Francisco Bay Area. All rights reserved. 2014 Encore Media Group. Reproduction without written permission is prohibited.

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  • Medical science and skill saved Eli. A generous community saved his family.

    Born with Down syndrome, Eli Harrington spent the first

    days of his life in intensive care. Three months later, he

    had major surgery to repair a defective heart. Then came

    treatment for severe seizures. Most recently, he underwent

    major skull surgery to correct a serious cranial condition.

    Highly skilled specialists at Seattle Childrens have saved

    Elis life more than once. Even with health insurance, the

    Harringtons medical bills were overwhelming. Once again,

    Seattle Childrens was there to helpwith financial relief

    through uncompensated care. Thousands of families benefit

    from the fund, which is supported by the generosity of

    everyday people like you. To learn more or donate, visit

    seattlechildrens.org/ways-to-help. Eli thanks you.

    NEW PROOF APPROVED PDF

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    PROOF# ___2__ Art Director ______ Acct Supv ______

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    CHILD 9763 EliPhilanthropy_E.indd 1 10/29/14 11:57 AMUntitled-2 1 11/10/14 9:11 AM

    http://www.seattlechildrens.org/

  • BOARD OF DIRECTORS Wanda J. Herndon ChairmanStephen P. ReynoldsPresidentSterling WilsonTreasurerMargaret C. InouyeSecretaryBarbara L. Crowe Immediate Past Chairman

    Kenny AlhadeffAnn ArdizzoneClodagh AshLes BillerRobert R. Braun, Jr.Margaret ClappLarry EstradaMaria P. FerrerGary J. FullerSarah Nash GatesCyrus Habib Christopher HemanRandy HodginsRichard KaganSaSa KirkpatrickWilliam W. Krippaehne Jr. John OppenheimerLlewelyn G. PritchardGordon ProutyDavid QuinnAnn Ramsay-JenkinsNorman B. RiceRobert A. SextonElliot SilversKirk A. SoderquistHeather Sullivan McKayBonnie TowneEric TrottTom WalshTracy WellensKenneth Willman

    PAST CHAIRMEN OF THE BOARDBarbara L. Crowe (2011-2013) Robert A. Sexton (2009-2011)Norman B. Rice (2007-2009) Kenny Alhadeff (2004-2007) William W. Krippaehne Jr. (2002-2004)Bruce M. Pym (2000-2002)John F. Behnke (1998-2000)Faye Sarkowsky (1996-98)Donald J. Covey (1994-96)Kenneth L. Hatch (1992-94)John D. Mangels (1990-92)Stanley M. Little, Jr. (1986-88)Robert F. Buck (1988-90)R. Milton Trafton (1983-86)W.J. Pennington (1981-83)D.E. (Ned) Skinner (1979-81)

    Founding Managing DirectorMarilynn Sheldon

    The 5th Avenue Theatre is one of the countrys leading musical theater companies. Our mission is to advance and preserve Americas great indigenous art form The Musical. We are nationally renowned for our production and development of new musicals. Since 2001, The 5th has premiered 16 new works, nine of which have subsequently opened on Broadway. They include Disneys Aladdin, First Date, A Christmas Story, Scandalous, Shrek, Catch Me If You Can, The Wedding Singer, and Best Musical Tony Award-winners, Hairspray and Memphis.

    We are equally acclaimed for our vibrant new productions of musicals from the Golden Age of Broadway and contemporary classics. These signature revivals enthrall fans of these enduring works and introduce these great shows to new generations of musical theater lovers.

    The 5th is committed to achieving the highest standards of artistic excellence by employing world-class performers and creative artists, utilizing full live orchestras, and staging exceptional and imaginative productions. The 5th places a special emphasis on employing our amazing community of Puget Sound-based artists and technicians. Our celebrated educational programs serve more than 74,000 young people each year through a host of projects including our Adventure Musical Theater Touring Company, The 5th Avenue Awards, and the unique Rising Star Project. For adults, we offer free-to-the-public events such as the popular Spotlight Night series and pre-performance Show Talks with Albert Evans. We are the largest arts employer in the Pacific Northwest with more than 800 actors, singers, dancers, musicians, creative artists, theatrical technicians and arts professionals working for us each season.

    As a non-profit theater company supported by the community, we enjoy the patronage of more than 25,000 season subscribers (one of the largest theater subscriptions in America). More than 300,000 audience members attend our performances each year.

    OUR HISTORIC THEATER

    A beautiful Seattle landmark, The 5th Avenue Theatres breathtaking design was inspired by ancient Imperial Chinas most stunning architectural achievements, including the magnificent Forbidden City. Built in 1926 for vaudeville and silent pictures, The 5th Avenue Theatre reigned for decades as Seattles favorite movie palace. In 1979, 43 companies and community leaders formed the non-profit 5th Avenue Theatre Association. Their goal was to restore the theater to its original splendor. The 5th Avenue Theatre re-opened in 1980 as Seattles premier home for musical theater.

    The 5th Avenue Theatre gratefully acknowledges our 43 original founders and sponsors. Please visit www.5thavenue.org for specific information on these important companies and individuals.

    THE 5THAVENUE THEATRE

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    BOARD OF DIRECTORS Wanda J. Herndon ChairmanStephen P. ReynoldsPresidentSterling WilsonTreasurerMargaret C. InouyeSecretaryBarbara L. Crowe Immediate Past Chairman

    Kenny AlhadeffAnn ArdizzoneClodagh AshLes BillerRobert R. Braun, Jr.Margaret ClappLarry EstradaMaria P. FerrerGary J. FullerSarah Nash GatesCyrus Habib Christopher HemanRandy HodginsRichard KaganSaSa KirkpatrickWilliam W. Krippaehne Jr. John OppenheimerLlewelyn G. PritchardGordon ProutyDavid QuinnAnn Ramsay-JenkinsNorman B. RiceRobert A. SextonElliot SilversKirk A. SoderquistHeather Sullivan McKayBonnie TowneEric TrottTom WalshTracy WellensKenneth Willman

    PAST CHAIRMEN OF THE BOARDBarbara L. Crowe (2011-2013) Robert A. Sexton (2009-2011)Norman B. Rice (2007-2009) Kenny Alhadeff (2004-2007) William W. Krippaehne Jr. (2002-2004)Bruce M. Pym (2000-2002)John F. Behnke (1998-2000)Faye Sarkowsky (1996-98)Donald J. Covey (1994-96)Kenneth L. Hatch (1992-94)John D. Mangels (1990-92)Stanley M. Little, Jr. (1986-88)Robert F. Buck (1988-90)R. Milton Trafton (1983

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