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MICHAEL’S CORNER Michael Duncan, Director Oconomowoc Arts Center 2012-13 Season... Film at the OAC.... 1 The Red Kite Project

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  • 1The Red Kite Project

    MICHAEL S CORNER

    Film at the OAC....

    The OAC Film Series first season has concluded with two

    successful documentary films. Last October we presented

    Race to Nowhere in cooperation with Rogers Memorial

    Hospital. The evocative film focused on the educational

    issues facing students and parents in the future. Patron response

    was excellent, both to the conversations that ensued and by the panelists

    remarks immediately following the viewing.

    In support of autism awareness month this April the OAC presents The Red Kite

    Project based on the Chicago Childrens Theater Company and their ground-

    breaking work in creating inter-active theater for autistic children. Its exciting to

    note that this project will be available in southeast Wisconsin as the renowned

    professional theater, First Stage Childrens Theater of Milwaukee, will soon be

    offering a similar program in the near future. FSCT is an artistic partner of the

    Oconomowoc Arts Center.

    2012-13 Season...

    Under consideration for next season are several documentary films

    including Remembering Frederic: the Life of Chopin, a new documentary created

    by former OHS grad and concert pianist Pamela Howland and featuring award-

    winning actress Rosemary Harris. In addition, The Bonsai People:The Vision of

    Muhammad Yunis, is another documentary based on the work of Nobel Peace

    Prize winner, Muhammad Yunis.

    Stay tuned for more information on the future of film at the OAC by checking our

    web site at www.theoac.net.

    Michael Duncan, Director

    Oconomowoc Arts Center

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  • 3The Red Kite Project

    OCONOMOWOC ARTS CENTER STAFF

    Arts Center Manager ........................................................................................ Michael DuncanMarketing/Public Relations Manager ..........................................................Robin KrakauerBox Office/Website Manager ...........................................................Cynthia Acosta LuksichBox Office Staff ..............................................................................Ginni Hicks, Sharon Milway, Connie Rizzo, Nancy SchwabeHouse Managers .......................................................................... Lisa Abbott, Robert Abbott, Lynne Carlstein, Mark Carlstein, Deborah Duncan, Lindsay Duncan, Cheryl Fillmore, Jack Fillmore, Jan Gibeau, Angie Harrison, David Harrison, Davey Harrison, Ginni Hicks, Dan Holzmiller, Adrianna Nowak, Connie RizzoOAC Technicians ...........................................................................Marisa Abbot, Sean Floeter, Brandon Gariss, John Kyle, Michael Nicolai, Brooke Olson, Dustin Strobush, Andrew ZietlowUsher /House Manager Coordinator .............. Cynthia Acosta Luksich,Sharon MilwayUshers ........................................................................ Carol Barwick, Ron Barwick, Liz Bednar, Chuck Cerny, Sharon Collins, Nancy Connell, Jacqueline Day, Sarah Day, Mark Dorney, Deb Duncan, Lindsay Duncan, Annette Elftman, Chuck Eltman, Helen Felland, Scott Felland, Barb Figi, Nina Gaydos-Fedak, Kia Gogin, John Gogin, Bonnie Graunke, Kevin Graunke, Anjuli Grunke, Susan Hesslink, Ginni Hicks, Barb Hirsch, Deb Jelacic, Barb Jordan, Russ Jordan, Sandy Karkossa, Bob Knollenberg, Jane Knollenberg, John Koehn, Ruth Koehn, Mark Kszycki, Kathy Loehr, Arleen Lynch, KathyHaggith, June Mather, Lucy Mercado, Mary Peterson, Judy Raether, Marge Ramstack, John Rauch, Tricia Rauch, Connie Ritzow, Betsy Sander, Jeff Sander, Linda Schmeckpeper, Jennifer Starke White, Kolina Sully, Bill Tweeden, Jan Tweeden, Chris Wehrenberg, Richard Wentland, Kathy Wentland, Maurine Willey, Terry Williams, Terri Wonn, Arlene Ziety, Tom Ziety

    MISS ION STATEMENT

    The Oconomowoc Arts Center mission is to provide patrons and artists of all ages, a professional, cultural and educational experience with the highest quality programming opportunities possible.

    COM MIT TEES / PARTNERSHIPS

    Oconomowoc Area School DistrictDr. Patricia E. Neudecker, Superintendent of Schools

    Board Of EducationMr. Donald Wiemer, PresidentMrs. Susan Kay, Vice President

    Mr. Dave Guckenberger, TreasurerMr. Mike Bickler, Secretary

    Mrs. Sandra SchickMr. John Griswold

    Ms. Elizabeth Thelen

    Programming CommitteeMarisa Abbott

    Lisa BoudinMichael Duncan

    Tom HalloranMarilyn LargentEmily Mariano

    Betty ReulKim Schultz

    Peter Schwabe

  • 4 Oconomowoc Arts Center

    Marketing CommitteeMcKenna BryantMichael DuncanWendy HalloranRobin Krakauer

    Rebecca SeymourBarb Simpson

    Jennifer Starke-White

    Visual Arts CommitteeMichael DuncanTerry Peterson

    Paul SchultzJason Van Roo

    Film/Media CommitteeMichael DuncanTerry Kaldhusdal

    Michael KrillJames Scheuer

    Special Events/Hospitality Committee

    Julie FalkGinni Hicks

    Kathy KaempfSandy Karkossa

    John KoehnJune Mather

    Adrianna Nowak

    Artistic PartnershipsFirst Stage Childrens Theater Academy, Milwaukee Milwaukee Ballet Company

    Bel Canto/Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra

    Literary PartnershipsBooks & Company, Oconomowoc (Visiting Authors)

    Visual Arts PartnershipsWaukesha Creative Arts League

    Pewaukee Area Arts Council (PAAC) - Ekphrastic Event Milwaukee Youth Art Fair

    Residence and Event PartnershipHilton Garden Inn/Staybridge Suites - official residence of visiting artists and events

    COM MIT TEES / PARTNERSHIPS

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    SUPPORT (c o n t.)

    THE V IC DONORS

    The VIC is the rehearsal area named in celebration of excellence in education in the Oconomowoc Area School District and in honor of Vic Passante, OHS theater director, teacher and mentor from 1974 to 2007.

    Major DonorsThe Debbink Family Foundation

    Craig and Mary SchiefelbeinThomas X. Herro Foundation

    Oconomowoc Area FoundationOrbis Corporation

    Paragon Development Systems, Inc.Pat and Mary Sue McNamee

    And to the students, community members, and businesses who contributed to the 2007 celebration honoring Vic Passantes dedication to the arts and to learning.

    With Gratitude, the Oconomowoc Area School District acknowledges these local organizations, businesses and private patrons for their outstanding support of the Oconomowoc Arts Center.

    Oconomowoc Festival of the Arts, Oconomowoc Performing Arts Council,

    Oconomowoc Public Education Foundation, Plunkett Raysich Architects,

    Oconomowoc Kiwanis, Lions, Rotary, Paul Phelps and Oakbrook Esser Studios,

    Mr. and Mrs. Narendra Patel Cuculidae (Bird of Songs) Sculpture,Ace Hardware of Oconomowoc, Arc-Central of Oconomowoc,

    Books & Company, Footlights /Marcus Promotions, Inc.,Jerry Foust, Neumann Company,

    Fox Bothers Piggly Wiggly Stores,The Pub Irish Tavern & Restaurant, Sherpers,

    Hilton Garden Inn/Staybridge SuitesPedals Inn Bed & Breakfast

    Oconomowoc Sign Company

    Thanks to the UW Extension and the Southeast Wisconsin Master Gardeners for their assistance with the OAC gardens and their support of its educational value.

    Thanks to the Oconomowoc High school Landscape Class for their assistance with the OAC gardens.

    The Oconomowoc Arts Center gratefully acknlowdges grants from the Oconomowoc Area Foundations Scheriffus Fund, Richard R. and Karen Bertrand Charitable Fund, and

    The Debbink Family Foundation.

    Direct gifts have been made to the OAC by:Donald J. and Constance M. Moore

    Jan Gibeau

    Direct gifts in memory have been made to the OAC by the following supporters:Mr. and Mrs. David Reul in memory of Ralph Trepte

    Dr. and Mrs. Victor Soderstrom in memory of Wally WieseMr. and Mrs. Donald Weimer in memory of Wally Wiese

    Rae Kinn in memory of Mary Von Bereghy

  • 7The Red Kite Project

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