Thank you to our valued corporate donors:
(Gifts made July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2014)

$50,000 and above
3M
Cargill
Delta
General Mills Foundation
Knock Inc.
Microsoft
Target Foundation
United Health Group
US Bancorp Foundation

$20,000 – $49,999
Ameriprise Financial
Best Buy Foundation
Deluxe Corporation Foundation
Ecolab Foundation Incorporated
Medtronic Foundation
Pentair Foundation
Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi L.L.P.
Travelers Foundation
Wells Fargo
Xcel Energy Foundation


$10,000 – $19,999
Data Recognition Corporation
Disney Worldwide Services, Inc.
Dorsey & Whitney LLP
Faegre Baker Daniels LLP Foundation
H.B. Fuller Company Foundation
RBC Wealth Management
Spencer Stuart
Thrivent Financial

$5,000 – $9,999
Bachman’s Incorporated
C.H. Robinson Worldwide, Inc.
CarVal Investors
E.A. Sween Company/Deli Express
Maslon Edelman Borman & Brand
Mayo Clinic
The Mosaic Company
Peregrine Capital Management, Inc. Fund of The Minneapolis Foundation
Piper Jaffray & Co.
Rahr Foundation
Securian Foundation
Stinson Leonard Street
Thomson Reuters
Towers Watson
Valspar Corporation

$1,000 – $4,999
Amalia LLC
Barry Berg Group, Coldwell Banker Burnet
Bell State Bank & Trust
Create Catering and The Dining Studio
Emerson Process Management Rosemount
Federated Insurance Companies
Fredrikson & Byron P.A.
Glam Doll Donuts
Hubbard Broadcasting Foundation
Hunt Electric Corporation
I.A.T.S.E. Local 13
Icehouse Inc.
INGCO International
JEDunn Construction Northcentral, Inc.
Lakeland Foundation
Mad Hatter Tea Room & Eatery
MillerCoors
North Loop Wine & Spirits
Patrick’s Bakery and Cafe
Pentair Water
Pepsi Bottling Group
Phillips Distilling Company
Pho’Hoa Noodle Shop/Sunrise Inc.
QBE
Schwegman, Lundberg & Woessner, P.A.
Shaw-Lundquist Associates, Inc.
Sit Investment Associates Foundation
Tennant Foundation

Leadership

Peter Brosius   Artistic Director:   Peter C. Brosius

Peter Brosius    Managing Director:   Kimberly Motes

Executive Assistant:   Jen Johnsen

Artistic

Director of New Play Development:  Elissa Adams

Producer: Jennifer Collins Ritter

The Acting Company:  Gerald Drake, Dean Holt, Autumn Ness, Reed Sigmund, Traci Allen Shannon

Performing Apprentices: Elise Benson

Music Director:  Victor Zupanc

Artists Under Commission: Greg Banks, Ann Carlson, Steve Cosson and Michael Freidman, Larissa Fasthourse, Paul Fleischman, Madeleine George, Jeffrey Hatcher, Naomi Iizuka, Taylor Mac, David Mallamud, Qui Nguyen, Shane Rettig, Lloyd Suh, Ryan Underbakke

General Management

Facility Systems Manager:  Anthony White

FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION

Director of Finance: Jill Jensen

Director of Human Resources: Andrew Robertson

Director of Access and Inclusion:
Deborah Girdwood

Latino Community Liaison:
Daniela Guillen

Howard University Arts Administration Fellow:
Raegan Henderson

LGBTQ Community Liaison: Cat Hammond

Payroll and Benefits Administrator :  Anna Seifert

General Manager of PYA:  Michelle Wright

Accounting Assistant:  Krissi Dines

IT and Systems Manager:  Doug Vukson-Van Beek

Center for Innovation in Theatre Education

Theatre Arts Training Director:  Ellie McKay

TAT Education Manager:  Laura Delventhal

TAT Education Associate:  Karli Jenkins

TAT Teaching Faculty:  Chole Armao, Eric Avery, Raymond Berg, Joey Clark, Laurie Dehmlow, Laura Delventhal, Zac Delventhal, Bre’Elle Erickson, Annie Enneking, Sara Feinberg, Michael Matthew Ferrell, Laurie Flanigan Hegge, Jaclyn Gavin, Johanna Gorman-Baer, Corrine Gray, Patty Hall, Jason Hansen, Marya Hart, Jessica Huang, Megan Kelly Hubbell, Karli Jenkins, Matt Jenson, Anton Jones, Taous Khazem, Tamara Koltes, James Kunz, Ellie McKay, Suzy Messerole, Nancy Nair, Autumn Ness, Lindsey Samples, Jesse Schmitz-Boyd, Jaclyn Schwartz, Jen Scott, Reed Sigmund, Ann Whiting, Ed Williams, Jr., Ian Zahren, Christina Zappa, Emily Zimmer

Student Matinee Coordinator:  Emily Joan Smith

Neighborhood Bridges Founder:  Jack Zipes

Director of Community Engagement:  Kiyoko Motoyama Sims

Neighborhood Bridges Program Director:  Maria Asp

Community Engagement Manager:  Tessa Flynn Henderson

Early Bridges Manager:  Laura Mann Hill

Neighborhood/Building/Early Bridges Teaching Artists:Sandy Agustin, Maria Asp, Pedro Bayon, Rachel Austin Bernstein, Adlyn Carreras, Paul de Cordova, Annie Enneking, Aaron Fiskradatz, Tessa Flynn Henderson, Brian Grandison, Christopher Griffith, Gaosong Heu, Olivia Levins Holden, Matt Jenson, Leif Jurgensen, Taous Khazem, Shannon Lien, Laura Mann Hill, Katy McEwen, Peter Morrow, Nell Pierce, Kiyoko Motoyama Sims, Derek Phillips, Lindsey Cacich Samples, James Scoggin, John Sessler, Julie Smith Healey, Emily Zimmer

Production

Production Manager:  Ellen Baker

Production Stage Manager:  Jenny R. Friend

Stage Managers: 
Kathryn Sam Houkom, Stacy McIntosh, Chris Schweiger, Jamie J. Kranz

Assistant Stage Managers: 
Jane Heer, Chandler J. Hull, Todd Kalina, Katie Kenfield, Alyssa Stafne, Nate Stanger

Company Manager: Sheena Janson Kelley

Student Actor Supervisor: Bridget Brooks

UnitedHealth Group Stage Master Stage Carpenter: 
Ann Segar Snyder

Cargill Master Stage Carpenter: Charles Fillmore

Run Crew: Jeremy Ellarby, Melissa Johnson,Pam Humphrey, Rick A. McAllister, Dan Norman, David Pisa, Eli Schlatter

Technical Director:  Adriane L. Heflin

Assistant Technical Director: Brian Gonner

Master Carpenter: Bradley W. Holmes

Carpenters/Welders: 
Matt Arcand, Steve Kath, Dan Norman, Kris Paulson

Charge Artist:  Mary Novodvorsky

Costume Director:  Deborah L. Shippee

Cutters:  Mary Gore, Carol Lane

First Hands:  Carol S. Bennet, Jody Rosquist

Crafts Artisan:  Randy J. Rowoldt

Costume Assistant:  Josette Elstad

Painter/Dyer/Crafts Artisan: Mattie Ernst

Wig Master:  Robert A. Dunn

UnitedHealth Group Stage Wardrobe Supervisor: 
Andrea Soehren

UnitedHealth Group Stage Wardrobe Assistant: 
Jennifer Probst

Cargill Stage Wardrobe Supervisor: Alyssa Stafne

Props Director:  Sue Brockman

Props Artisans: 
Katie Albright, Christopher Engstrom, Amy J. Reddy

Lighting & Video Director:  Craig Gottschalk

Master Electrician:  David A. Horn

Staff Electrician:  Carl Schoenborn

UnitedHealth Group Stage Light Board Operator: 
Steven Bates

Cargill Stage Light Board Operator:  Emily Bloudek

Sound Director:  Sten Severson

Master Sound Engineer: Rick Berger

Cargill Stage Sound Board Operator:  Sean Healey

UnitedHealth Group Stage Deck Sound Technician: 
Ryan Healey

Development

Director of Development: Annie Nelson

Associate Director of Development, Institutional Giving:
Jill Underwood

Manager of Individual Giving:  Sarah Marrs

Corporate Relations Coordinator:  Peter Kaiser

Donor Engagement Officer:  Cory Johnson

Development Associate:  Tom Kachelmacher

Institutional Giving Associate:  Sam Segal

Marketing and Communications

Director of Marketing and Communications:
Adam Thurman

Senior Marketing & PR Manager:  Melissa Ferlaak

Website and Digital Manager:  Ryan Mayer

Marketing & PR Coordinator:  Jessica Brooks

Web & Digital Coordinator: Kaitlin Randolph

Marketing & PR Assistant: Michael Perez

Graphic Designers: Nani Albornoz, Ben Proell

Group Sales Coordinator:  Kaley Brown

Senior Audience Services Manager:  Kristina Miller

Tessitura System Administrator:  Leif Jurgensen

Ticket Operations Supervisor:  Meghan Sherer

House Manager:  Thomas Rohde

Safety and Security Supervisor:  Adam Scarpello

Ticket Office Performance Supervisors: Daniela Guillen, Christie Cotcamp

Front of House Performance Supervisors: Amy Abrigo, Joslyn Danielson, Adarra Davis, Patti Gaurkee, Craig Hostetler, Mawrgyn Roper

Ticket Office Associates: Annie Crepeau, Sarah Evenson, Dennis Kelner, Dana Mecklenburger, Katlyn Moser, Josiah Rice, Jessica Tuenge, Paul LaNave, Shannon Thorson, Grace Weiner, Minna Zhou

Front of House Associates: Dana Akre-Fens, Marion Anderson, Ezra Bartsch, Matthew Berg, Meg Breithaupt, Brianna Chies, Edward Heyl, Craig Hostetler, Lamar Jefferson, JuCoby Johnson, Dennis Kelner, Sara Klaphake, Amy Rolland Martinek, Brianna Overlin, Tess Rada, Lois Scholzen, Becca Thavis, PaChia Vang, Genia Voitsekhovskaya, Grace Wehrspann, Chris Wik, Craig Hostetler, Marion Anderson, Matthew Berg

Safety and Security Associates: John Ball, Joel Barkley, Matthew Berg, Craig Hostetler, James Stone, Sara Suppan

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CHANGES TO STATEMENT

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