Photo of Maggie Carey by Chris Hardy

Dear Ballet Patron:

Welcome to the theater as we kick off Season 29 at Smuin Contemporary Ballet. We’re happy you’re here to join us!

Dance Series 1 allows us to continue creative plans that were shelved by the pandemic.

Smuin alum Rex Wheeler’s tribute to American jazz pianist Dave Brubeck, titled Take Five, brings a splash of color and fun to the opening of our program. Wheeler imbues his piece with his own flirtatious wit. Take Five strikes a joyful mood of humor and celebration that highlights both Brubeck’s phrasing and the athleticism of our artists.

We first performed Requiem for a Rose by Annabelle Lopez Ochoa five years ago. Twelve dancers, stylized to represent the roses of a bouquet, dance in contrast to the lone female soloist. Set to the adagio movement of the Quintet in C major by Franz Schubert, Requiem for a Rose is an exceptional example of Lopez Ochoa’s distinct classical and contemporary vocabularies.

Cuban choreographer Osnel Delgado contributes a world premiere to our program, created especially for our artists. Sharing his culture and movement with us reaffirms our belief that dance is a universal language that transcends borders. When I met Delgado in Cuba in 2012, I never imagined it would take a decade to realize my dream of exposing our dancers to Delgado’s artistry. The results are mesmerizing.

Thank you for being with us!

Celia Fushille

Artistic Director

 

With Gratitude

Smuin is grateful to be sponsored in part by San Francisco Grants for the Arts along with:
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Take Five

World Premiere: September 20, 2019

Choreography: Rex Wheeler

Music: Recorded by Dave Brubeck

Costume Design: Kaori Higashiyama

Lighting Design: Michael Oesch

Raised in the hay fields as a young cowboy, Dave Brubeck drew early inspiration from the rhythms and sounds in his daily life. It’s this authenticity, coupled with his sense of humor, that has always drawn me to his music.

When listening to his many hits I always knew there was one company with whom I’d have the most fun creating Take Five – one near and dear to my heart. As we dance this, I hope Michael is watching over us, tapping his feet. Keeping an eye on us to make sure we keep things fun.

– Rex Wheeler

Lead sponsorship of Take Five is generously provided by David Meders

Requiem for a Rose

World Premiere: February 2009, Philadelphia Ballet

Choreography: Annabelle Lopez Ochoa

Music: Franz Schubert

Additional Soundscape: Almar Kok

Costume and Scenic Design: Tatyana Van Walsum

Lighting Design: Tony Tucci

Lighting Adaptation: Michael Oesch

Supporting sponsorship of Requiem for a Rose is generously provided by Harvey Lynch

The Turntable

World Premiere: September 16, 2022

Choreography: Osnel Delgado

Music: Various artists

Costume and Scenic Concept: Osnel Delgado

Lighting Design: Michael Oesch

The world turns while she remains on pause. Static in the center of space, frozen like someone waiting for the perfect companion, who shares
a bolero in reverse, altered, mystical, and unfinished; the melody
of a heart amplified by the austere needle of oblivion.

Away from the eyes, the looks, and the gestures of the others, I slide subtly
in your quest. Through the circles of stillness, I break the inertia of the measures, I rewrite with each step the perfect song of our encounter,
the tired chords of our embrace, and the sublime harmony of our dance.

– Osnel Delgado

Leadership

Founder

Michael Smuin

Artistic Director

Celia Fushille

Managing Director

Lori Laqua

Company Manager & Wardrobe

Jo Ellen Arntz

Ballet Master & Education Program Director

Amy London

Production Director

Kathryn T Graham

Team Members

Alicia Tos  Director of Development

Meagan Mod Senior Development Manager, Individual Giving

Coral Bell • Development Operations Manager

Cassandra Brighter • Marketing Director

Maggie Carey • Digital Marketing Assistant

Claire Buehler • Digital Marketing Assistant

Jason Narin • Finance Associate

Aja De Coudreaux • Patron Services Manager

Ellen Gaintner • Special Projects Manager

Benjamin Warner • Community Engagement Manager

Michael Oesch • Lighting Director

Taylor Ryan Rivers • Technical Director

Kay Park • Sounds & AV Director

Alex Wolfthal • Stage Manager

Vincent Avery • Wardrobe Assistant

Carla Befera & Company • Publicist

Chris Hardy • Photography

Wuthmann Digital • Website

 

Board of Trustees

Madeleine Boshart  President

Trisha Mount  Vice President

Karen D. Kadushin  Secretary

Hal Louchheim  Treasurer

Lee D. Baxter

Bruce Braden

Robert Challey

Celia Fushille

John Konstin

Linda Membreño, M.D.

John Schlag

Randy Soso

Susie Stitt

 

Emeriti

Patti Hume  Founding President

Vicki Fleishhacker

Robert Greenwood

Edie Kirkwood

John Murphy

Sue Steinberg

Allie Weissman (In Memoriam)

Artist Profiles

BRANDON ALEXANDER, originally from Houston, Texas, received his training with Lori Amare and Houston Ballet’s Ben Stevenson Academy. He has danced with the Joffrey Ballet of Chicago, Rochester City Ballet, Teater Vanemuine Ballet in Estonia, and Ballet Hagen in Germany. During his career he has danced works by Cayetano Soto, Itzik Galili, Riccardo De Nigris, Sir Frederick Ashton, Sir Kenneth MacMillan, Giorgio Madia, Jamey Leverett, and Silas Stubbs among others. Alexander joined Smuin in 2020.

Meet the Artist

TESSA BARBOUR, of Albuquerque, New Mexico, trained at Alwin School of the Dance before studying abroad in Warrington, England on a scholarship awarded to her at the Cecchetti International Competition. She has danced with New Mexico Ballet, Connecticut Ballet, and San Diego Ballet. Her favorite past performances include Man in Black by James Kudelka and Indigo by Stanton Welch. Since joining Smuin in 2016, Barbour has performed works by Val Caniparoli, Annabelle Lopez Ochoa, Trey McIntyre, Helen Pickett, and Amy Seiwert.

Meet The Artist

Dominic Barrett is a dancer from Cincinnati, Ohio. His training began early on, learning hip-hop and ballroom. At age 11 he started his classical ballet training at The School for the Creative and Performing Arts and the Cincinnati Ballet Academy. While in school, Dominic attended summer intensive programs at Houston Ballet, Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre, and Cincinnati Ballet. After graduating high school, he attended the University of Cincinnati’s College Conservatory of Music for dance on a full scholarship and had the opportunity to perform in China at the Beijing Dance Academy’s 50th Anniversary International Gala in 2014. Since then he has performed professionally with a number of different choreographers, companies, and ballet schools in Cincinnati and around the U.S. He has worked with directors including Mary Beth Cabana at Ballet Tucson as well as Meridith Benson and Mario de la Nuez, former principal dancers with Cincinnati Ballet and directors of De La Dance Company. Dominic has performed a wide variety of classical repertoire, his favorites being Coppélia, La Bayadère, and Don Quixote. In addition, he has performed works by George Balanchine, set by Zapora Kars, and Christopher Wheeldon. He is excited to be in San Francisco for his first season with Smuin!

IAN BUCHANAN hails from Fairfax, California, where he trained with Dance Theatre Seven. He has danced with Houston Ballet, Oregon Ballet Theatre, Tulsa Ballet, Rochester City Ballet, and Alberta Ballet. Buchanan has performed works by Jiří Kylián, Stanton Welch, Ma Cong, Ben Stevenson, Wen Wei Wang, Aszure Barton, Jean Grand-Maître, Julia Adam, Denise Clarke, and Leiland Charles. Buchanan joined Smuin in 2018.

Meet The Artist

MAGGIE CAREY, of Dayton, Ohio, received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Dance Performance from Butler University, where she performed works by choreographers including George Balanchine, Nacho Duato, and Paul Taylor. Upon graduating, Carey performed as a guest artist with the Dayton Ballet. She spent two years with the Cincinnati Ballet Second Company, performing works by Victoria Morgan, George Balanchine, Ohad Naharin, and working with choreographers such as Garrett Smith, Nicolo Fonte, and Jennifer Archibald. Carey joined Smuin Contemporary Ballet in 2018 and has since performed works by Amy Seiwert, Michael Smuin, Annabelle Lopez Ochoa, Rex Wheeler, Gina Patterson, and Val Caniparoli.

Meet The Artist

MENGJUN CHEN, a native of Wenzhou, China, trained at the Beijing Dance Academy and Joffrey Ballet Academy of Dance. After receiving his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Beijing Dance Academy, he joined Milwaukee Ballet where he performed major roles in Giselle, Swan Lake, Romeo & Juliet, The Nutcracker, Don Quixote, Cinderella, Dracula and La Boheme. Chen also performed contemporary works by Matthew Neenan, Gabrielle Lamb, Ma Cong, Amy Seiwert and Val Caniparoli. In 2014, he was a finalist in the USA International Ballet Competition. Chen joined Smuin in 2015.

Meet The Artist

Gabrielle Collins is from West Hartford, Connecticut and began her pre-professional training at the Hartt School. In 2014, she was a New York City finalist at the Youth America Grand Prix and won the gold medal at the Connecticut Classic for both the senior female and pas de deux categories. From 2014-2017, she danced with Atlanta Ballet II and performed leading roles including Marya in John McFall’s The Nutcracker. Additionally, she had the opportunity to be a guest dancer for The Atlanta Opera’s Romeo and Juliet. Gabrielle is an alumnus of the Ballet Program at Jacob’s Pillow where she was featured in Yury Yanowsky’s World Premiere at the opening gala in 2016. She joined Tulsa Ballet II in 2017 where she appeared in a soloist role in Helen Pickett’s Meðal and in the North American Premiere of Derek Deane’s Strictly Gershwin, among many others. She also performed in works by renowned choreographers such as Ma Cong, Jennifer Archibald and Penny Saunders during her time in Tulsa. In February 2020, Gabrielle performed the title role in Septime Webre’s Carmen with Dayton Ballet. In 2020, Gabrielle joined Cincinnati Ballet under the direction of Victoria Morgan. In Cincinnati, she has performed works including William Forsythe’s In the Middle, Somewhat Elevated, Helen Pickett’s Petal, Stephanie Martinez’ Kiss, Alejandro Cerrudo’s Extremely Close, David Morse’s Our Story, Annabelle Lopez Ochoa’s Written and Forgotten, Twyla Tharp’s Nine Sinatra Songs, Jennifer Archibald’s SIT, “Spring” and “Autumn” in Victoria Morgan’s Cinderella, Act III Pas de deux from Don Quixote, and Cathy Marston’s Moving, Still, among many others. Gabrielle is thrilled to continue her career with Smuin Ballet.

RICARDO DYER is a native of Panama based out of New York City. He received his early training at The Governor’s School for the Arts in Norfolk, Virginia. He graduated with a BFA in Dance Performance from Butler University, where he performed extensively with Butler Ballet including works by Gerald Arpino, George Balanchine and Paul Taylor. Post graduation, Dyer has danced with Charlottesville Ballet, Ballet Memphis, L.A. Dance Project and LA Opera. During his career he has performed works by Trey McIntyre, Matthew Neenan, Julia Adam, Benjamin Millipied, Val Caniparoli, Annabelle Lopez Ochoa and many others. Dyer joined Smuin in 2019.

CASSIDY ISAACSON, originally from Redmond, Washington, trained at Pacific Northwest Ballet before joining Grand Rapids Ballet Company at age 16. Some favorite works performed during her eight years at Grand Rapids Ballet include Trey McIntyre’s Wild Sweet Love, Alejandro Cerrudo’s Extremely Close, Penny Saunders’ In Frame and Annabelle Lopez Ochoa’s Written and Forgotten. Isaacson joined Smuin in 2019.

Meet The Artist

TESS LANE trained at South Bay Ballet in Torrance, CA, performing Robert Kelly’s Summertime at the International Ballet Competition in Jackson, MI. While apprenticing with Sacramento Ballet, she performed works by George Balanchine, Ron Cunningham, and Lila York. Lane joined California Ballet Company in 2013 and was featured in Swan Lake, Giselle, Nutcracker, Sleeping Beauty, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream as well as Septime Webre’s Peter Pan, The Great Gatsby, and Fluctuating Hemlines. She also danced in the National Choreographers’ Initiative in 2017 and 2018. Lane joined Smuin in 2018.

Meet The Artist

MARC LAPIERRE began his early training at Ballet Etudes in Norwalk CT under the direction of Nanette Vallas. While at Ballet Etudes he trained closely with Christina Fagundes. He then attended Ballet Academy East in New York City under the direction of Darla Hoover and at age 16, Marc furthered his training at The School of American Ballet. He then went on to dance with Los Angeles Ballet, where he had the pleasure of dancing works by August Bournonville, George Balanchine, Aszure Barton and Alejandro Cerrudo. Two years later he joined Oregon Ballet Theatre as an apprentice and was promoted to the Company corps de ballet in his second season. During his time with OBT, he danced works by Alvin Ailey, Ben Stevenson, Nicolo Fonte, Christopher Stowell, and Trey MyIntyre. LaPierre joined Smuin in 2021.

TEREZ DEAN ORR, originally from Hudson Valley, New York, received her training at the prestigious School of American Ballet, the official school of the New York City Ballet. In 2005, she joined the State Street Ballet of Santa Barbara, dancing a wide range of contemporary and classical works. Dean Orr joined Smuin in 2008 and has been featured in works by Jiří Kylián, Trey McIntyre, Val Caniparoli, Helen Pickett, Amy Seiwert, Ma Cong, Adam Hougland, and Michael Smuin. While dancing full time, she received her BA through the Saint Mary’s College LEAP program.

Meet The Artist

Jace Pauly was born in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains where he began his dance training with Melissa Miller-Port. She taught him technique and discipline, but most importantly she taught him to love dancing. At 17, Jace moved across the country to Walnut Hill School for the Arts where he  trained under Michael Owen, Denise Lewis and Russell Clarke, graduating with honors in 2015.

Jace was next invited to join Atlanta Ballet II under the direction of John McFall where he danced numerous roles and learned  from world renowned choreographers. Jace was then asked to join Oklahoma City Ballet by Robert Mills where he danced leading roles such as Jonathan Harker in Michael Pink’s Dracula and Benvolio in Mills’ Romeo and Juliet. Most recently dancing for Cincinnati Ballet, Jace performed the Act III Pas de Deux from Don Quixote, Ohad Naharin’s Minus 16, and Nine Sinatra Songs by Twyla Tharp amongst other exemplary works by choreographers Val Caniparoli and Garrett Smith. 

Jace loves performing for audiences all over the world along with the mental and physical challenges that ballet brings everyday. His parents, Katie and Doug, and his sisters, Skye and Chelan, are his biggest supporters, inspiring him in the studio and beyond. Jace’s other passions in life include music, cooking, and the outdoors. He always enjoys exploring eclectic areas, trying new foods, and will often be found reading in a hammock on sunny afternoons.

 

 

Originally from Denver, CO, Shania Rasmussen received her dance training at Colorado Ballet Academy and the School of American Ballet. She began her professional career with Sacramento Ballet in 2014. During her 9 years with the company, she performed principal and soloist roles in classical ballets as well as works by George Balanchine, and was featured by contemporary choreographers including Jermaine Spivey, Annabelle Lopez Ochoa, Penny Saunders, Val Caniparoli, Jennifer Archibald, and Caili Quan, among others. She has additionally been a dancer with Amy Seiwert’s Imagery, with whom she has toured to The Joyce Theater and Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival. In addition to performing, Shania enjoys choreographing and has presented several works for Sacramento Ballet’s choreographic showcase, as well as creating unique works for stage and film for Capital Dance Project. Outside of the dance world, she is passionate about a variety of creative pursuits, including theater acting, writing, and composing music.

YURI ROGERS began his training with the Academy of Ballet San Francisco under the direction of Richard Gibson and Zory Karah. He then had the opportunity to continue his training and perform with the Joffrey Ballet of Chicago, the Grand Rapids Ballet, and BalletMet in Columbus, Ohio. Rogers has performed works by Lar Lubovitch, Leiland Charles, and Edwaard Liang. Rogers joined Smuin in 2021.

JOÃO SAMPAIO trained in classical ballet in his hometown of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil under Ana Palmieri and Romulo Ramos. He has won national and international dance competitions, including the Youth America Grand Prix and the World Ballet Competition. Sampaio joined Tulsa Ballet in 2014, where he performed featured roles in Jiří Kylián’s Petite Mort, Wayne McGregor’s Infra, Nacho Duato’s Remanso, Kurt Jooss’ The Green Table, Yuri Possokhov’s Classical Symphony, and Edwaard Liang’s Romeo and Juliet and Age of Innocence. In 2018, he joined Festival Ballet Providence, performing lead roles in George Balanchine’s Serenade, Swan Lake, and The Nutcracker. Sampaio joined Smuin in 2019.

Portrait by Maggie Carey

Photos by Chris Hardy

Brennan Wall, originally from Cape Cod, Massachusetts, studied at Los Angeles Ballet Academy. She danced with Silicon Valley Ballet (previously Ballet San Jose) as a trainee before joining The New Ballet’s Studio Company. In 2017, Wall joined Ballet de Monterrey under director José Manuel Carreño. She performed in Luis Serrano’s La Bayadere, Swan Lake, and Don Quijote, and danced soloist roles in The Nutcracker, Alberto Méndez’s Phantom of the Opera, and Diego Landin’s Shorthand of Emotion. Wall joined Smuin in 2019.

Meet The Artist

Osnel Delgado

Osnel Delgado

Choreographer

Osnel Delgado is Founder, Artistic Director, Dancer, and Choreographer of Malpaso Dance Company. He danced with Danza Contemporanea de Cuba from 2003 to 2011. In 2012 he founded Malpaso Dance Company with Fernando Sáez, and Daileidys Carrazana. Malpaso Dance Company has become one of the most sought after Cuban dance companies with a growing international profile. Emphasizing a collaborative creative process, Malpaso works with top international choreographers while nurturing new voices in Cuban choreography. An Associate Company of Joyce Theater Productions, Malpaso — together with The Joyce— has commissioned original works from prominent North American choreographers and tours with 11 dancers.

Delgado has worked with choreographers Mats Ek, Rafael Bonachela, Kenneth Kvarnström, Ja Linkens, Itzik Galili, Samir Akika, Pedro Ruiz, Isidro Rolando and George Cespedes, among others. He has created works for DCC, Rakatan and Ebony Dance of Cuba. Delgado is a 2003 graduate of the National Dance School of Havana, where he is also a professor of dance studies.

Photo by Todd Rosenberg

The Belgian-Colombian Annabelle Lopez Ochoa is an award-winning and sought-after choreographer that has created new works for more than 70 dance companies around the world such as the Dutch National Ballet, English National Ballet, Hong Kong Ballet, West Australian Ballet, Ballet Nacional de Cuba, San Francisco Ballet, New York City Ballet, Ballet Hispanico, among many others.

After a 12-years long dance career, where she danced in various European companies such as the Scapino Ballet, she decides in 2003 to focus her energies solely on choreography. In that same year she is hailed “rising star of the Dutch dance scene” (NRC newspaper) and only 7 years later the Temecula Performing Arts Examiner wrote; ”Ochoa is truly a masterful choreographer with an edge for what dance can and should be in this constantly changing industry”.

A versatile choreographer, Lopez Ochoa creates within the dance field but also for theatre, opera, musical theatre. Her wide-ranging body of work includes short conceptual pieces, full-length narrative ballets, and dance films.

In 2019, Annabelle became the recipient of the Jacob’s Pillow Dance Award as well as the program director of the Jacob’s Pillow Contemporary Ballet Summer Course.

This season Annabelle will create her 10th narrative ballet “Coco Chanel, the life of a fashion icon” for the Hong Kong Ballet.

Photo by Julio Cesar Herrera

James Kudelka is among today’s most versatile and innovative dance artists. He has choreographed for many of the world’s leading ballet companies and for smaller contemporary troupes. His creative range reflects his eclectic musical interests, command of diverse movement idioms and commitment to working collaboratively with artists from other disciplines. James is renowned for distinctive versions of such classics as The Nutcracker and Cinderella – signature works of The National Ballet of Canada where he served as Artistic Director (1996 – 2005). Equally, James excels in making smaller-scaled dances that are rich in psychological implication and human drama. Born in Newmarket, Ontario and trained at Canada’s National Ballet School (NBS), he began choreographing as a student and continued throughout his dancing years with the National Ballet (1972 – 1981) and Les Grands Ballets Canadiens (1981 – 1990). He began an affiliation with Toronto’s Citadel + Cie in 2006 and has been resident choreographer since 2008 where he has experimented with cross-disciplinary collaborations. As a teacher, James has worked with Vancouver Arts Umbrella, Ryerson University and NBS and he continues to work internationally as a choreographer. He was appointed an Officer of the Order of Canada in 2005 and is among the 2020 Dance Collection Danse Hall of Fame inductees.

Rex Wheeler

Rex Wheeler

Choreographer

Originally from London, Rex Wheeler is a multi-faceted drag performer, actor, producer and choreographer. Having trained in the UK at the Royal Ballet School and Elmhurst, Rex danced with the Slovak National Ballet, Sacramento Ballet and Smuin Contemporary Ballet before becoming a working choreographer here in the US. Rex simultaneously embarked on a career in drag, creating his alter-ego Lady Camden and became the runner up of Season 14 of RuPaul’s Drag Race. He has since performed all over the world, starring in solo shows, performing in world tours, producing music as well as continuing to choreograph and produce shows here in San Francisco. Rex recently starred in a new documentary, “Lady Like,” directed by Luke Willis which has been featured in many film festivals around the world, and continues to perform, choreograph, and produce performances and events throughout the year as both Rex and Lady Camden.

Photo by Maximillian Tortoriello

A recipient of the Princess Grace Choreography Fellowship Award, Darrell Grand Moultrie has established himself as one of the most diverse and sought-after choreographers and master teachers.

Moultrie has created and staged works for dance companies across the world including American Ballet Theatre, The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre, Dance Theatre of Harlem, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, BalletX, Atlanta Ballet, Milwaukee Ballet Colorado Ballet, Cincinnati Ballet, BalletMet Columbus, Ailey 2, Tulsa Ballet, Richmond Ballet, Sacramento Ballet, The Juilliard School, North Carolina Dance Theatre, Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble, and NBA Ballet in Japan among others.

Moultrie served as the choreographer for the Pulitzer Prize Winning & 2023 Tony Nominated Play Fat Ham. His work can currently be seen in Disney’s new revival of the Tony Award winning musical AIDA, currently playing The Netherlands. . For his work, he received a “Best Choreography” nomination at the Netherland’s Musical Awards. Additional credits include the world premiere of the new musical, Goddess, at Berkeley Repertory Theatre directed by Tony Nominee Saheem Ali, MCC’s Space Dogs, The Public Theater’s Shakespeare in the Park production of Merry Wives, the world premiere of Jeremy O. Harris’s off-Broadway play Daddy, Witness Uganda at American Repertory Theater directed by Tony Winner Diane Paulus, Sugar in Our Wounds at Manhattan Theatre Club, the off-Broadway musical Invisible Thread at Second Stage, the world premiere of Redwood at Portland Center Stage Theater, and Evita and Pride & Prejudice at Kansas City Repertory Theatre. Moultrie has collaborated with Tony Award-winning dancer Savion Glover and choreographed El Publico, a new opera at the world famous Teatro Real in Madrid, Spain directed by Robert Castro and Conducted by Robert Heras-Casado.

Darrell served as a choreographer on Beyoncé’s record breaking tour, the Mrs. Carter World Tour.

Moultrie is a proud New Yorker, born and raised in Harlem, and a graduate of Laguardia High School and The Juilliard School.

Jennifer Archibald

Jennifer Archibald

Choreographer, Dance Series 1, World Premiere

Toronto-born JENNIFER ARCHIBALD is the founder and Artistic Director of the Arch Dance Company and Program Director of ArchCore40 Dance Intensives. Archibald has choreographed for the Ailey II, Atlanta Ballet, Ballet West, Grand Rapids Ballet, Kansas City Ballet, Oregon Ballet Theatre, Pittsburgh Ballet, Sacramento Ballet, Tulsa Ballet, and BalletX among others. She has worked commercially for NIKE, MAC Cosmetics, Tommy Hilfiger, as well as chart-listed artists. She will return to the Crypto Arena to choreograph the opening for KCON’s annual conference.

She was appointed as the first female Resident Choreographer in Cincinnati Ballet’s 40-year history. Jennifer has been commissioned by BalletMet, Grand Rapids Ballet, BalletX, the Washington Ballet, The National Ballet of Canada and the Kennedy Centre’s Pathways to Performance program to deliver new works in 2025. Ms. Archibald was the acting Movement Director for Michael Kahn’s The Oresteia at the Shakespeare Theatre Company. Her directorial debut WeAight was named the Official Selection of the 2022 Dance on Camera Festival.  She creates a “Documentary Ballet” format, in which she creates works rooted in historical history bringing communities together. Her documentary ballets are theatrical engagements that evolve beyond the stage and rely on historical education as an integral part of the creative process.  Her projects in this space include – Breakin’Bricks which honors the community of Black Wall Street produced by Tulsa Ballet; Sounds of the Sun which honors the life of dancer Florence Waren exploring her experience during the holocaust produced by the Pittsburgh Ballet and Seven, a biographical work about Olympian Jackie Joyner-Kersee commissioned by MADCO Dance Company.

Archibald’s works have been performed at venues including Aaron Davis Hall, Central Park’s Summerstage Mainstage, Jacob’s Pillow Inside|Out Stage, Lincoln Center, New York’s City Center, and The Kennedy Center. She was awarded a Choreographic Fellow for Ailey’s New Directions Choreography Lab under the direction of Robert Battle and is a Joffrey Ballet Winning Works Choreographic Competition recipient. Her commissioned work “DIRT ” was presented at TED TALK by St. Louis-based MADCO Dance Company. Arch Dance Company’s Chasing Shadows, was remounted for Dallas Black Dance Theater’s 2018/19 season. Archibald was also the 2018-19 recipient of the City of New York Dance Initiative.

She is currently an Acting Lecturer at the Yale School of Drama and was appointed as a Guest Faculty Lecturer to develop the Hip Hop dance curriculum at Columbia/Barnard College. Jennifer is also a guest artist at several universities including Boston Conservatory, Columbia College Chicago, Fordham/Ailey, Goucher College, Miami New World School of the Arts, Purchase College, Point Park, Princeton, South Carolina’s Governor’s School of the Arts, University of South Florida, Oklahoma University and Virginia Commonwealth University. She is a returning guest choreographer for the School at Jacob’s Pillow.  www.Jennniferarchibald.com

Cellist and composer Julia Kent was born in Vancouver, Canada, and lives in New York City. She makes music using layered and processed cello, electronics, and found sounds, creating haunting and evocative soundscapes that range from hushed intimacy to cinematic expansiveness. She has released five solo records, the most recent being Temporal on UK label Leaf, and has toured throughout North America and Europe, including appearances at Primavera Sound, Mutek Montreal, Meltdown, and Unsound.

She also composes for film, television, theatre, and dance, including award-winning film scores and music for productions at the Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm, BAM Fishman Space in New York City, Ballett Nationaltheater Mannheim, and Balletto Teatro di Torino.

 

www.juliakent.com

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Trey McIntyre was created in 1969 as a collaboration between his mother and father. His interest both in art and getting the hell away from Kansas led him to train at North Carolina School of the Arts and the Houston Ballet Academy. In 1989, he was appointed Choreographic Apprentice to Houston Ballet, a position created especially for him, and in 1995 he became the company’s Choreographic Associate. He has worked for more than 30 years as a freelance choreographer, producing more than 100 pieces during the span of his career so far. He also did a bunch of other cool things, including working with a lot of amazing companies such as The Stuttgart Ballet, American Ballet Theatre, Queensland Ballet, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, New York City Ballet, Oregon Ballet Theatre, BalletX, The Washington Ballet, Ballet Memphis, and San Francisco Ballet.

He has won numerous awards and honors such as the Choo San Goh Award for Choreography, a Lifetime Achievement Award from The National Society of Arts and Letters, two personal grants for choreography from The National Endowment for the Arts, and is a United States Artists Fellow. In 2019, he won the Isadora Duncan Award for Outstanding Achievement in Choreography for his work Your Flesh Shall be a Great Poem, which he created for San Francisco Ballet for their Unbound Festival. He was named one of Dance Magazine’s “25 to Watch” in 2001, one of People Magazine’s “25 Hottest Bachelors” in 2003, and one of Out Magazine’s 2008 “Tastemakers.” The New York Times critic Alastair Macaulay said of Mclntyre, “…There’s a fertility of invention and a modernity of spirit here that are all Mr. Mclntyre’s own.” The Los Angeles Times wrote, “…There is indeed such a thing as genuine 21st century ballet, and it belongs more to this guy from Wichita than any of the over-hyped pretenders from England, France or Russia.”

In 2005, he founded his dance company, Trey McIntyre Project, achieving great audience and critical success. McIntyre created over 23 original works for the company as well as numerous film projects, interactive site specific works, and photography collections.

A confessed polymath, McIntyre has developed a cult following for his photography of the human body (see more at Patreon), written several published essays, and completed the feature-length documentary Gravity Hero, which premiered at the Dance on Camera Film Festival at Lincoln Center.

His main focus recently has been adding more love into the world. He loves you and doesn’t even know you.

Matthew Neenan

Choreographer

Casting for Live Performances 

We will see you at the theater!

Performing Now (casting will be provided before the shows)

October 7-8, 2022: Lesher Center for the Arts,1601 Civic Dr., Walnut Creek – Click the link to open, view and print casting

Past Performances

September 23-October 2, 2022: Cowell Theater, Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco

9/30-10/2 – Click this link to open, view and print week 2 casting.

9/23-25 – Click this link to open, view and print week 1 casting.

September 16-18, 2022: Mountain View Center for the Arts, 500 Castro Street, Mountain View

Click this link to open, view and print Mountain View casting.

Music Credits

Take Five

“Theme from Mr. Broadway”

“Unsquare Dance”

“Blue Rondo a la Turk” (Dave Brubeck/Derry Music Company)

“Take Five” (Paul Desmond/Desmond Music Company)

“I‘m in a Dancing Mood” (Al Goodhart/Campbell Connelly Inc, Maurice Siegler/Warner Chappell Music, Al Hoffman/Al Hoffman Songs)

“Perfidia” (Alberto Dominguez and Milton Leeds/APRS)

“Memories of You” (Andy Razaf/Razaf Music and Eubie Blake/Shapiro Bernstein & Co Inc)

Requiem For a Rose

String Quintet in C, D956: Adagio, performed by Alban Berg Quartet, Heinrich Schiff, cellist

The Turntable

“Tashweesh” (Ramallah Underground, arrangement by Kronos Quartet &
Jacob Garchik) from Floodplain, Nonesuch Records, Warner Music Group

“El Sinaloense” (Kronos Quartet, remix by Terrestre) from El Sinaloense Remixes EP, Nonesuch Records, Warner Music Group

“Los pasos perdidos, II: Largo viaje hacia la noche” (Leo Brouwer) from Homo Ludens,Producciones Colibri

“Wayne’s Thang” (Kenny Garrett, arranged & recorded by William Roblejo),

“En las Tinieblas (Bolero)” (Alfredo Gil, arranged and recorded by Miguel de Gonzalo & Aldemaro Romero y Su Orquesta)
from Carnival Con Aldemaro y Sanoja.

Costume Construction

Requiem for a Rose Costumes courtesy of Philadelphia Ballet

Take Five – Kaori Higashiyama

The Turntable – Jo Ellen Arntz, Vincent Avery & Joan Pino

Special Thanks

Richard Binkoff, Frank Ching & Charley Kearns, Ted Helminski, and James Horio

Company Teachers

Sandra Chinn

Robin Dekkers

Celia Fushille

Valerie Harmon

Xiao Liu Moore

Amy London

Rika Onizuka

Amy Seiwert

Julianne Spratlin

Katarina Wester

Company Pianists

Raymond Fabrizio

Donald White

Lynn Inglese

Wellness Team

Lead Physical Therapist

Suzanne Martin DPT and Shirley Kollmann

Acupuncturists

Stephen Coleman

Devin Wu

Kristina Yotive

Chiropractors

John DeRoy

Leonard Stein

Allen Wood

Massage Therapists

Carolyn Hart

Yueming Li

Visiting Physical Therapists

Alyssa Herrera-Set DPT

Aimee Martel DPT

Meaghann Oakes-Rust DPT

Robin Tobias DPT

Orthopedic & Physical Therapy

Dr. Michael Dillingham

Dr. Kevin Stone and the Stone Clinic

Dr. Alicia Knee Center for Sports Medicine

Lisa Giannone Active Care Physical Therapy

Jeffrey Cohen Hilot Therapy

With Our Thanks

Smuin is deeply grateful to the following individuals and organizations for their generosity. It is through their support that we are able to create innovative works and share the beauty of dance. This list acknowledges contributions made between July 1, 2021 – July 31, 2022.

We’ve made every effort to ensure that our donor list is accurate. Please contact Alicia Tos, Director of Development, at 415-556-5000 x100 or atos@smuinballet.org with corrections.

Your continued support keeps us dancing! Every gift matters. Thank you.

Click here to add your name to our donor roster

A gift of $50,000+

Julie Dickson

Grants for the Arts

Dr. Richard & Sharonjean Leeds

Kevin M McCoy

The Shubert Foundation

A gift of $25,000+

Anonymous (2)

Ms. Madeleine Boshart

Daniel & Allyn Carl

Dell Larcen & Ron Meserve

Harvey Lynch

Dr. Linda Membreno

The Bernard Osher Foundation

Bill & Kara Rosenberg

Drs. Lynn Spitler & Ted Eger

A gift of $10,000+

Sandy Abbott

Karen Bartholomew

Lee D. Baxter

Dr. Barbara L. Bessey

Bruce Braden

Clement Chen III

Gloria & Michael Chiang

Ms. Florence Danneberg

Joe DeBellis & Pat Ronzone

Tom Frankel & Janet Reider

Martha Gates

Guy & Tracy Jaquier

Karen D. Kadushin

Joanna & Danny Kemper

John & Athena Konstin/ Historic John’s Grill

Shirley & Hersch Loomis

Hal & Carol Louchheim

David Meders

D. G. Mitchell

Trisha Mount & Andrew Etherington

Dorothy R. Saxe

John Schlag & Jennifer Gennari

Randy & Barbara Soso

Stephanie Kalman Foundation

Susan & Britt Stitt

Fred Terman & Nan Borreson

Loreli Trippel

Irv Weissman

Amanda Weitman & Chris Heffelfinger

Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati Foundation

A gift of $5,000+

Melanie Ruth Adams & Dennis M. Fisher

Anonymous

Aukum Group

David Beckman & Sharon Kuroki Beckman

Richard Binkoff

Janet & Kenneth Bollier

Bob & Sheila Challey

Amie Chang

Ms. Marilyn Charm Frank Ching & Charley Kearns

Bill & Nancy Doolittle

Edie Kirkwood Fund

Robert J. Eldred & Elizabeth J. Folger

Mr. & Ms. Gregory M. Giffra

Mr. William Gregory

Carol Marsha Kaganov

John Lazlo & Robin Raborn

Susan Lowe

Buffington Miller

Mark Palmer

Thomas Savignano

Eleanor Sue

Tenby Group

A gift of $2,500+

Bahar Aghighi, MD

Anonymous

Jo Ellen Arntz

James B. Brennock, in loving memory of W. Wayne Hoyer

James (Jim) Carter

Antoinette Chatton

The Clark Family

Choo-San Goh & R. Robert Magee Foundation

John Clatworthy

Susan Ducoeur

John Duffy

The Fleishhacker Foundation

Gail Giffen

Celia Fushille & Chris Hardy

Ms. Lisa Giannone & Michael Dillingham

Diane Gosney & Allison Chang

Estelle Gregory

David L. Hatt

Bruce & Eleanor Heister

James Horio & Linda Cahill

Hal & Iris Korol

Ms. Debra Leylegian

Marcia McConnell

Tasia Melvin-Bartell

Meryl & Alfred Norek

Gilbert Neill & Rodney Woodard

Gary D. & Marcia L. Nelson

Louise Patterson

Anne Peterson

Potrero Hill Association of Merchants

Dennis & Jan Ruby

Ms. Gwen Smith

Paul G. Smith & Gail Erwin

Lori Arthur Stroud

Ralph Widman

Mr. & Mrs. Steve & Karen Wiel

A gift of $1,000+

Suzanne Ah-Tye & Donald Tamaki

Diane Alexander

Anonymous (9)

Charlene Archibeque

Brenda Beckett

Paula Blank

Mr. John Charles Bolger

Patricia Boone & David Pfefer

Virginia & Homer Boushey

William Britton Stitt, Jr.

Shawna Hartman Brotsky & Daniel Brotsky

Mr. Jess Brown

Richard, Elaine, & Julie Burgess

Mel & Jason Burnett

Charlie Cassell

Pamela Rummage Culp

Mr. Steve Daley

Anita & Richard Davis

Tom Debley

Judith & Harold Dittmer

Ms. Andrea Eichhorn

Hon. James C Emerson

Eric Fabianac

Leak Fairon

Dr. Robert Fallat & Dr. Allyson Lavoy

Dale Fehringer & Patty McCrary Fehringer

Suzi Ferreira

Dale Fishman

Donna & Richard Fraioli

Sharon & Joel Friedman

Russell & Emily Fudge

Diane Gardiner

Alexandra & Hanson Gifford, in Honor of Susie Stitt

William S. Goldstein & Christopher Archuleta

Hon Mai & Joseph Goodman

Kathryn T. Graham

Mary Hero

Dan Joraanstad & Bob Hermann

Nolan & Debi Kennedy

Mr. Philip Kurjan & Ms. Noel Butler

Roland & Becky Lazzarotto

Nancy Leavens

Sam Leftwich

Drs. Penny & John Loeb

Jane Lombard

Jim Lowry

Mr. Lynn Luckow

Ken & Janine Lyons

Henry Massie & Bridget Connelly

Sharon & Paul Melodia

Dr. & Mrs. Thomas Mitts

Thomas & Dona Mork J

anice Irvine-Mosher & Oren Mosher

Mr. Jerry Mosher

Robert Mount & Ceres Baldevia

Paul Munro

Steven Natterstad

George O‘Neill

Ralph Pais & Gayl Huston

Gary Allan Payne, in Memory of Virginia Payne

Bev & Lew Perlson

Ms. Laura Peterson

Mrs. Lidia Pringle

Robin Raborn & John Lazlo

Camille Reed, in Honor of Patti Hume

Virgil Rittenhouse & Sue Holloway

Kathryn Rouine-Rapp

Jon Saxe & Myrna Marshall

Michael & Rachel Schuman

Ed & Chris Schweitzer

Kathleen Sidenblad

Pravin Soni & Amy Wurtzburger

John Speed Orr

Laurie Stephenson

Molly Sterling

Mrs. & Mr. Mary Alice & Walter Stevenson

Carolyn Stone

Art Strassle

Suzanne Stroh

Leslie & Steven Taglio

Lucy Weiger & Bob Crane

R. Wallace. Wertsch

David Young & Donald Bird

A gift of $500+

Robin Allgren M.D. Ph.D.

Donna Ambrosini

Anonymous (2)

Marilyn Austin

Carol D. Bacchetti

Pamela & Michael Barnes

Frank & Jeannie Berns

Michael Burke & Lynn Kennedy

Katherine Bradshaw

Chappelear Lena & Stuart Clark

John & Danielle Cleary

Christopher Conner

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Diana & Jed Dempsey

Irwin H. Derman

Marijke Donat

Matt Ehlen

Mr. Joseph Ficurelli

Frank & Jeanne Fischer

Vicki & David Fleishhacker

Cindy & Bruce Fox

Mr. Kirk Frederick

Ms. Yvonne Gero

D. Peter Gleichenhaus

Mr. Aurash Gomroki

Mrs. Melissa Graney

Shand & William Green

Paulette Gregg Schulte

Therese Grenchik & Lee Goodin

Shellie Hagerman

Kathleen Hall & Leslie Murdock

Stephen Hass

Rick & Ann Homan

Ms. Jan Jaso Victoria & Martin Johnson

Patrick Jude

Diane Kaercher

Robin Kennedy

James Kleinrather & Melody Singleton

Susan Lambert

Jeanne Lamprecht

Gustav Larsson

Ingrid LeBlanc

Richard Leffingwell

Pam & Gif Lehman

Marc Levinson & Mary Jane Large

Kathleen & Raymond Levitt

Linde-Sands Family Fund

Mr. & Mrs. Marc & Lois Martin

Henry Massey

Massion Giving Fund

Tim & Candy McCarthy

Mary-Helen & Kevin McMahon

Robert Melnikoff

Shauna Mika & Rick Callison

Ted Mitchell

Douglas Moore

Elliott Morin

Suzanne Moshier

Heidi Munzinger & John Shott

Sarah Nagel

James & Gwen Neary

Vickie Nelson

Sheila L. North

Marcia F. O‘Hern

Theresa O‘Neill

Maureen O‘Shea

Chrissy Palmer

Sean Peake

Clara Pettegrew

Andrew Quint

Gordon Radley

Judi Fan & Bob Reay

Janet & Niels Reimers

Ms. Janet Lynda Reinstra

Kathryn E. Ringgold

Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Robins

Fred Saunders & Charles Kredensor

Douglas Schmidt & Stephen Martin

Mr. & Mrs. Edwin J. Schwartz

Michael Shea

Ruth Short

Kristen & Steve Siegel

Barbara Smith

Barbara Smith-Thomas

Mr. Jeffrey Sorrento

Ms. Canda Lee Steiner

Peter Stry

Mr. Lyle Swallow & Mr. Jack Becker

H. James Tellefson

Janette Tom, in memory of Mary Tom

Steven R. Wade

Bradford & Susan Wait

Ms. Rosemary Welde

Daphne & Stuart Wells

Mrs. Carolyn R Winters

Margaret Wrensch

Cynthia Wuthmann

Nancy Garton & Kent Palmerton

A gift of $250+

Chick Adams & Laurie Davies

Adobe

Katherine Akos & Harry Jacobs

Michael Angeles

Anonymous (5)

Laima Baltusis

Judy Barrett

Janelle Bedke & Ken Fox

Brian & Glynnis Belchers

Marilyn Beller

Michael Bena

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Connie Berkeley

William Berry

Albert & Arlene Boro

Ann Brown

Mr. Wayne Bryan

Joe & Cyndy Carey

Donald & Nina Carter

Paul Casagrande

David Catania & Diana Gay-Catania

Leona K. Chu

Mr. & Mrs. Charles & Lorinda Clemens
Kathy & Martin Cohn

Dan Craft

Mary Dahlquist

Charles Daly

Ms. Lena de Kesel-Lams

Mrs. Katherine E Dealtry

Carole Deitrich

Carol Duffield

John Domingos & Claudine Marken

Judith & Charles Dvorak

Steve Edmondson

Tehila & Saul Eisenstat, in loving memory of Michael Mauricio Franco

Gwen Gallagher

Kelly Gaynor

Christopher Gilkerson

John A. Gregg & Nick DiSandro

Steve & Laurie Gregory

Mrs. Maureen Grinnell

Ms. Susan Hadley

Barbara Hebert

Neysa Hinton

Imar Moreira

Charles F. Holz

Gail Hurvitz & Jerry Newton

Gayle Ing

Judy Jackovics

Frances Johnston

Nancy Jones

Carol & Thom Kato

Bill & Patricia K‘Burg

Paul Kitagaki

Marcia Klein

Peter & Ann Knopf

Joseph Lawrence & Rudy Ciuca

David & Julie Lazar

Richard Leask & Barbara Means

Ruth Leibig

Frank L‘Engle

Peggy Lowndes

Donald Lowry & Lynore Tillim

Patricia & Wolfgang Lusse

Ronnie Mannos

Eric Marshall

Shawn Marshall

Coralyn K. McGregor

Kevin G. McHenry

Shareen Merriam

Ms. Susan Wigh Michaud

Mr. & Mrs. Seth Moore-Brown

Beth Morris

Mr. Scott K. Nelson

Leslie W. & Lois G. Partridge, in Memory of Lois Partridge

Stephanie Paula

Ms. Susan C Peters

Chris Pisarra & Gail Giffen

Warren G. & Barbara S. Poole

Brian Ramsey/Ramsey Properties

Robert W. Rankin

Louise D. Roe

Terez Rose

Elizabeth M. Salzer

Lynn Sanford

Cynthia Schroeder

Douglas Schultz

Eileen Sheridan

Ross & Ellen Shimabukuro

Sandy Sill

Linda & Paul Sinsar

Joy Sleizer

Marilyn & Richard Sperling

Jan Spielberger

Valerie Stewart

Dr. & Mrs. Kevin & Susan Stone

Mrs. Blossom Strong

The Kirsch Family

Mr. Charles V Thornton

Mary Tilbury

Lannie Tonti & Lincoln Bynum

Marcia Tos

Sam & Joan Trust

Leon Van Steen

Madhuri Vivit

Dr. Jennifer Wahlsten

Joel & Bonni Weinstein

Alan Wessel & Margarete Leclerc

Whitesell Family Charitable Trust

Ms. Donna Young-Morrison

Tom & Jean Zimmerman

A gift of $150+

Glenn Addleman

Gonzalo Alonso

Drs. Geraldine & Paul F. Alpert

AmazonSmile

Anonymous (4)

Janet & Frank Arundel

Keith Ball & Diana Morabito

Katrina Barma & Bret Parker

Jaime & Lieselotte Bayan

Marah Brehaut

Ms. Sharon Butler

Brad & Lisa Cantwell

Charles & Deryl Castellano

Paul Churchill

Elsa Cumpton

Judie Denton

Erik & Heather Douglas

Mark Esguerra

Christina Fidler

Norma Jean Galiher

Julie & John Gerth

Maria Gounaris

Anita & Richard Grandpre

Christine & William Green

Carol Haig

Doug Hanlin

Kimiko & Joel Klein

Annette Lipkin

Peter Marra

Dorian & Joseph Martinka

Stepheny McGraw

Joan & Terry Mchenry

G Dirk Meyer

Arnold Miller

Carrie Miller

Deirdre Moore & Peter Arnold

Stephen & Wipawee Morris

Linda Muller

Padmaja Nandigam

Judith Naughton

Mr. Ronald Naventi

Mr. Robert Newcomer

Mrs. Hillevi Null

Jean & Dale Olds

Ms. Jean Olive-Lammers

Paul Ortega

Jean Parmelee

Mrs. Martha C. Parriott

Pamela Pfohl

Mr. Timothy Roach

Drew Robarts

Ms. Laura Robbin

Barbara Schurhoff

Lisa M Schuster

Dr. Chandran Shanmugam

Mr. Boris Shekhter

Mr. Sam Edward Singer

Jane Solomons

Lynne Stietzel

Pat Terman & David Frydenlund

Dillip Thakur

Tobias Physical Therapy

Lilian Wagner

Alice Weigel, in Honor of Jason Narin

Ms. Jennifer Winch

Mr. & Mrs. Richard G. Wollack

Mr. Al Zemsky

In-Kind Donors

Smuin offers heartfelt thanks to the following individuals and businesses for their generous in-kind donations:

Almanac Beer Co

Chronicle Flight

Clement Chen & InterContinental | Clement Monterey

Diane Theodorelos & Cow Hollow /Catering & Concessions

Grgich Hills Estate

John Silva & Culinary Eye Catering

Lily Spruce Events

Mercury News

McCalls Catering & Events

Palo Alto Weekly

Programmatic Online Ads

Richard Binkoff

San Francisco Bay Times

San Francisco Chronicle

SF Gate

SF/Arts

Stacy Jed & Bluestem Brasserie

Susie & Britt Stitt

Friends of Smuin

A huge thank you to the following members who serve as Company ambassadors:

Barbara Bessey

Richard Binkoff

Paula Blank

Lorinda Clemens

Alan Crouch

Pamela Rummage Culp

Bill Gregory

Tracy Jaquier

Jacqueline Jacoby

Carol Kaganov

John Lazlo

Debra Leylegian

Sam Leftwich

Susan Lowe

Lynn Luckow

Karen Maguire

Sharon Melodia

Vickie Nelson

Maureen O’Shea

Becky Pringle

Robin Raborn

Suzanne Stroh

Leslie Taglio

Suzanne Taves

Kinman Tong

Lilian Wagner

Lindsay Ward

Karen & Steve Wiel

Monique Yohanan

Legacy Circle

Please consider sharing your passion for innovative, evocative, contemporary ballet with future generations. By naming Smuin as a beneficiary in your estate plans and joining our Legacy Circle, your planned gift transforms your passion into a lasting legacy and investment into Smuin‘s future. We are deeply grateful to the following individuals for their generosity and forethought:

Anonymous

Jan & Dennis Adair

William Bason*

Bruce Braden

James Brennock

Patricia & Richard Campbell

Mary Canning

Marilyn Charm

Clara Degen*

George Doubleday II*

Edmund Eger* & Lynn Spitler

Teren D. Ellison

Trisha Mount & Andrew Etherington

Frederic Freund*

Emily & Russell Fudge

Celia Fushille

Rudolph Glauser*

Beverly & Tom Gorley*

Marguerite E. Griffith*

Milan Milton Holdorf*

Mary Greer & Joie Hubbert*

Diane & Rob Johnson

Karen Kadushin

Carol & Alan Kaganov

Joanna & Danny Kemper

John Lazlo & Robin Raborn

Dr. Richard & Sharonjean Leeds

Cliff Leventhal

Jan Loomis

Kevin McCoy

David Meders

David & Violaine M’Raihi

Heidi Munzinger & John Shott

Deborah Ogden*

William Oman & Larry Crummer

Mary Jo Pace*

AnMarie Roache

Fred Saunders & Charles Kredensor

Dorothy Saxe

Barbara Schurhoff

Hal Segelstat

Ralph D. Sikes

Jeanette Sperry*

Jan Spielberger

Bert & LeAnne Steinberg

Susan & Michael Steinberg

Mike Tully

Lauri Vaughan*

Rosemary Welde

 

*(deceased)