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Production Manager Position Available at Cincinnati Shakespeare Company

CSC_logoTitle: Production Manager

Reports to: Producing Artistic Director

Start Date:    Flexible

About the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company

The Cincinnati Shakespeare Company (CSC) is a resident ensemble theatre company bringing Shakespeare and the Classics to life for all. Operating out of The Otto M. Budig Theater, CSC hosts a year-round theatrical season in addition to special events, educational programming, and community engagement activities. In its theatrical portfolio, CSC executes up to ten mainstage productions and six touring productions annually. Beyond its theatrical portfolio, CSC supports collaborations with many local community and arts organizations.

Diversity, equity, inclusion, and access (DEIA) are priorities of the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company. CSC strongly supports equal employment opportunity for all applicants regardless of race, sex, religion, creed, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation or any other legally protected classification. Successful candidates will be committed to advancing CSC’s DEIA commitments with a particular emphasis to building a diverse team, an inclusive and accessible process, and an equitable department.

Position Overview

The Production Manager oversees the Production Department. The base schedule of this position is 9am-5pm Monday through Friday and flexes to accommodate production schedules, special events, and engagement programming.

The Production Manager is a member of the Leadership Team and Artistic Visionary Circle (AVC), alongside other directors and managers within the company. Within this team, the Production Manager represents the voices and interests of their department and its output while weighing in on the overall operations of the company. As a member of the AVC, the Production Manager is involved in the programming and artistic decisions of the company.

The Production Department realizes the visions of producers, directors, and designers within the resources allocated by the company. In response to the pandemic, CSC is in a state of recovery and rebuild. The incoming Production Manager should expect to be heavily involved in rebuilding and staffing the Production Department – which will likely be a multi-season effort. A successful candidate will have an involved approach to the work of their department, which may include hands-on tasks such as work notes or maintenance.

The Production Manager leads a team of department heads, designers, artisans, and overhire in the execution of all production elements of CSC’s programming. Team size typically ranges from 10-20 people (depending on the number of active projects and their demands) with an estimated five direct reports to the Production Manager. The Production Manager also engages external collaborators and freelancers (such as guest designers) as budgets and projects allow.

The Production Manager is responsible for collaborating with members of the Business Visionary Circle to ensure that programming schedules allow all aspects of the Company to meet mission, engagement, and revenue-oriented goals. The Production Manager is responsible for overseeing the scheduling of the theater, rehearsal spaces, technical equipment, and personnel as necessary to support engagement, education, and philanthropic-driven work.

Qualifications

Required skills include:

  • Genuine leadership.
  • Comfortable solving problems and making decisions with limited supervision.
  • Previous experience in theatrical Production or Stage Management Departments (educational, intern, assistant, or associate-level experience acceptable).
  • Previous experience with schedule management or creation.

Preferred skills include:

  • Project Management experience.
  • Previous experience in financial management (expense tracking, budget creation, or similar).
  • Experience managing budgets and resources.
  • General experience across multiple aspects of technical theater including stage management, costumes, scenic, lighting, props, scenic artistry, sound, projections, and front of house.
  • Proficiency with the Microsoft Office suite including Microsoft Outlook.
  • Proficiency with virtual meeting and distance learning platforms such as Zoom.
  • Familiarity with AEA and SPT regulations and operations.

A successful candidate will also possess the following attributes:

  • Genuine passion in cultivating and supporting a diverse, equitable, inclusive, and accessible work environment.
  • Drive to create world-class theater that has a significant impact in the community and beyond.
  • Eagerness to learn.
  • Ability to keep calm under pressure and remain tactful in stressful situations.

Responsibilities

Managerial & Fiscal
Business Planning & Scheduling:

  • Create an annual business plan including schedules, budgets, and long-term planning for the Production Department for approval by Executive Leadership.
  • Oversee creation of annual production and venue schedules and individual show schedules.
  • Establish design and budget deadlines for each production process.

Expense Tracking:

  • Compile weekly expense reports from production team members to track individual project and department spending.
  • Process own expenses and submit all reports to the General Manager.

Purchasing:

  • Collaborate with department heads to facilitate the purchase and sourcing of materials (stock, expendables, and specialty items) as necessary.
  • Facilitate capital expense purchases as approved in the annual Company budget.
  • Coordinate production equipment rentals and venue rentals as necessary.

Staffing:

  • Actively engage in a broad, continuous recruiting process to ensure diverse candidate pools for available opportunities on design teams, staff, and temporary engagements.
  • Supervise production team including department heads, assistants, overhire, and volunteers.
  • Coordinate department rotations and shop hours for touring company members.
  • Hire and manage production overhire and additional production staff as necessary.

Safety:

  • Establish and maintain departmental safety standards.
  • Serve as the Respiratory Program Administrator for the Company.
  • Meet fire and building code requirements.
  • Implement additional guidelines to optimize workplace safety.
  • Process and distribute incident reports regarding any workplace safety concerns or accidents.
  • Champion for improved safety standards year-over-year.

Programming & Artistic
Communication:

  • Distribute production meeting notes within (1) day of production meetings.
  • Coordinate and lead company through cadence of annual production schedule including design launches, project deadlines, rehearsals, technical, and performances.
  • Attend first reads, designer runs, leadership meetings, production meetings, retreats, technical rehearsals, special events, and post-mortems.
  • Present designs at first reads if designers are unable to attend.
  • Coordinate with department heads regarding production element completion deadlines and handoff dates for multi-department elements.
  • Coordinate install schedules with department heads to allow all departments access to the stage as necessary for project completion.
  • Manage Google Drive or other service for production documentation and communication.
  • Maintain production archive of past productions, financial activities, contracts, and schedules.

Maintenance:

  • Oversee regular cleaning and inspections of all production spaces including the booth, shops, warehouse, and theater.
  • Oversee offsite warehouse space, storage arrangements, and liaise with short-term tenant.

Vision:

  • Engage with professional groups, industry conferences, and regional institutions as needed.
  • Improve production artistic quality and consistency annually.
  • Facilitate collaboration between department heads and production designers to improve productivity, encourage creativity, and promote issue resolution.
  • Collaborate with the Producing Artistic Director regularly to discuss immediate and long-term production goals for Cincinnati Shakespeare Company.
  • Serve as a member of Artistic Visionary Circle with a specific focus on Production.

In addition to the responsibilities above, all CSC staff may be asked to perform additional duties at the request of their supervisor.

Compensation & Benefits

This is a full time, salaried, exempt position with an annual salary range of $38,000-$42,000 (received through biweekly payroll). In addition to this salary, the Production Manager receives:

  • Ten days of paid vacation, accrued seasonally.
  • Six days of paid sick leave, accrued seasonally.
  • Paid holiday leave.
  • Access to group health insurance through Anthem with 50% of employee premiums paid by CSC.
  • Optional enrollment in Health Savings Account plan.
  • Access to dental insurance through Dental Care Plus with 50% of employee premiums paid by CSC.
  • Life and AD&D coverage for the employee paid by CSC.
  • Parental leave, short-term medical leave.
  • 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan with employer match.
  • Free access to CSC educational programming for dependents (Groundlings Junior, Groundlings, Summer Camp).
  • Complimentary enrollment and membership to the Y which offers fitness facilities throughout the region and other wellness benefits.
  • Complimentary and discounted tickets to all CSC productions.

To Apply

To apply for this position, candidates should complete the job application submission form available online below.

This application requires candidates to submit PDFs of their cover letter and resume. For this position, work sample submissions are optional and may include content such as: project budgets, work samples, production photos, project proposals, program schedules or calendars, etc. Candidates also have the option to provide URLs to online portfolios and profiles. Please take note of the submission file size limits.

If a candidate has questions about this position or requires different accommodations to submit an application, please contact lettie.vanhemert@cincyshakes.com. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

To submit a Job Application click here (and scroll down).

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Director of Education Position Available at Cincinnati Shakespeare Company

CSC_logoTitle: Director of Education

Reports to: Producing Artistic Director

Start Date:    After April 1, 2021 (Flexible)

About the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company (CSC) is a resident ensemble theatre company bringing Shakespeare and the Classics to life for all. Operating out of The Otto M. Budig Theater, CSC hosts a year-round theatrical season in addition to special events, educational programming, and community engagement activities. In its theatrical portfolio, CSC executes up to 10 mainstage productions and 6 touring productions annually. Beyond its theatrical portfolio, CSC supports collaborations with many local community and arts organizations.

Diversity, equity, inclusion, and access (DEIA) are priorities of the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company. CSC strongly supports equal employment opportunity for all applicants regardless of race, sex, religion, creed, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation or any other legally protected classification. Successful candidates will be committed to advancing CSC’s DEIA commitments with a particular emphasis on education and youth engagement.

Position Overview

The Director of Education creates and directs the curriculum of Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s Education Department. The base schedule of this position is 9am-5pm Monday through Friday and flexes to accommodate programming schedules, teaching assignments, and event attendance.

The Director of Education hires and manages six Touring Company members annually who are the backbone of the teaching artist team. In addition to this core team, the Director of Education engages additional teaching artists throughout the year to assist with Summer Camp, PROJECT38, and other programs that cannot be covered by the Director of Education and the Touring Company. As CSC rebuilds following pandemic-mandated closure, successful candidates will have a “roll up their sleeves” mentally to execute programming directly.

The Director of Education is a member of the Leadership Team and Artistic Visionary Circle (AVC), alongside other directors and managers within the company. Within this team, the Director of Education represents the voices and interests of the students, teachers, and community members for whom they create programming while weighing in on the overall operations of the company. As a member of the AVC, the Director of Education is involved in the programming and artistic decisions of the company.

The Education Department delivers programming that is connected to CSC’s contributed and earned revenues. As a result, the Director of Education is responsible for collaborating with members of the Business Visionary Circle to ensure that curriculum and programming executed within their department delivers against engagement, mission, and financial goals. The Director of Education monitors the success of their programming regularly through engagement and audience development targets as well as through sales and expense tracking.

As this position requires working with minors, candidates will be required to complete a criminal background check.

Qualifications

Required skills include:

  • Passion for creating theatrical education experiences that support CSC’s DEIA commitments.
  • Experience as a teacher.
  • Knowledge of Theater Education.
  • Demonstrable abilities in stage direction and acting.
  • Desire for year-over-year increased impact and improved financial performance of the Education Department.
  • Knowledge and/or desire to learn more about Financial Management of a Department.
  • Interest in coaching young actors and teaching artists early in their careers.
  • Interest in working with classroom teachers to assess and address their curriculum needs.
  • Passion for working with students of all ages K-12.
  • Ability to serve as an ambassador for CSC’s mission and vision locally, nationally, and internationally.

Preferred skills include:

  • Proficiency with the Microsoft Office suite including Microsoft Outlook.
  • Proficiency with virtual meeting and distance learning platforms such as Zoom.
  • Demonstrable abilities in stage direction for small touring productions.
  • Demonstrable abilities in digital content creation.
  • Experience managing budgets and resources.
  • Understanding and consideration of access and equity in all programming.
  • Knowledge of trends in education and learning.
  • Knowledge of Shakespeare and other classical theater.

A successful candidate will also possess the following attributes:

  • Genuine passion in cultivating and supporting a diverse, equitable, inclusive, and accessible work environment.
  • Ability to keep calm under pressure and remain tactful in stressful situations.

Responsibilities

Programming & Artistic

  • Spearhead efforts to raise the profile of CSC’S Education programs through connections and conversations on a local, regional, national, and international level.
  • Serve as the primary liaison for Education Collaborations with multiple organizations from Shakespeare’s Globe in London, our neighbors at the School for Creative and Performing Arts, and other institutions.
  • Direct touring productions annually as scheduled.
  • Attend all dress rehearsals and design runs for all education projects to maintain quality and be a visible and supportive presence.
  • Attend tours occasionally throughout the year to maintain quality.
  • Develop and execute new programming for the education department.
  • Execute established CSC education programming to maintain CSC’s existing customer base.
  • Direct Shakespeare Summer Camp for all age groups.
  • Develop and implement curriculum for Groundlings, Groundlings Junior, camps, workshops, and classes.
  • Serve as a frontline teaching artist for Groundlings, Groundlings Junior, Summer Camp, and multiple PROJECT38 schools as scheduled.
  • Serve as the artistic director and project manager of PROJECT38.
  • Invest in development of CSC-teacher relationships through preview events, coaching sessions, and other engagement opportunities.
  • Lead professional development opportunities for CSC’s school and teacher partners.

Personnel & Leadership

  • Serve as a member of Artistic Visionary Circle with a specific focus on Educational mission and priorities.
  • Hold auditions across the region and the nation to find the best talent to join the CSC intern company.
  • Foster established audition relationships.
  • Hire and manage of touring company members and teachers for classes, camps, PROJECT38, etc.
  • Manage the Education Department calendar and coordinate schedules.
  • Train acting interns and teaching artists about CSC education program standards and strategies to ensure high quality and consistent experiences from CSC representatives at all schools.
  • Annually review lesson plans to be put into a Shakespearience and Classics in the Classroom Manual that will consist of lesson plans for various workshops for the touring company. Through this manual, tour members will be provided with a solid foundation for their lesson planning.
  • Preview all Touring Company lesson plans and be a resource to the touring company as they plan workshops and residencies throughout the year.

Audience Engagement

  • Create study guides for each production utilizing Common Core and STEM standards.
  • Collaborate with the CSC Marketing Department to drive audience engagement.
  • Work with Director of Marketing and Data Analytics on content creation for website and print marketing materials for education.
  • Focus on audience engagement as part of the creative process for each mainstage production through engagement activities before, during, and after productions.
  • Lead or facilitate pre/post-workshops for the mainstage shows. These can include actors talk backs, survivors’ talks, lectures, bar series, etc.

Planning and Budgeting

  • Work with Director of Marketing and Data Analytics and Producing Artistic Director to determine program ideas and needs of schools and community as balanced against financial goals.
  • Work closely with the Director of Marketing and Data Analytics for annual budgeting and quarterly sales checks to make sure the product is aligning with customer feedback and requests.
  • Assist Director of Marketing and Data Analytics with marketing copy for educational brochures and email campaigns that include detailed explanations of our programs and educational objectives.

In addition to the responsibilities above, all CSC staff may be asked to perform additional duties at the request of their supervisor.

Compensation & Benefits

This is a full time, salaried, exempt position with an annual salary range of $36,000-40,000 (received through biweekly payroll). In addition to this salary, the Director of Education receives:

  • Ten days of paid vacation, accrued seasonally.
  • Six days of paid sick leave, accrued seasonally.
  • Paid holiday leave.
  • Access to group health insurance through Anthem with 50% of employee premiums paid by CSC.
  • Optional enrollment in Health Savings Account plan.
  • Access to dental insurance through Dental Care Plus with 50% of employee premiums paid by CSC.
  • Life and AD&D coverage for the employee paid by CSC.
  • Parental leave, short-term medical leave.
  • 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan with employer match.
  • Free access to CSC educational programming for dependents (Groundlings Junior, Groundlings, Summer Camp).
  • Complimentary enrollment and membership to the Y which offers fitness facilities throughout the region and other wellness benefits.
  • Complimentary and discounted tickets to all CSC productions.

To Apply

To apply for this position, candidates should complete the job application submission form available online below.

This application requires candidates to submit PDFs of their cover letter and resume. For this position, work sample submissions are optional and may include content such as: curriculum or teaching plans, project budgets, project proposals, program schedules or calendars, study guides, etc. Candidates also have the option to provide URLs to online portfolios and profiles. Please take note of the submission file size limits.

If a candidate has questions about this position or requires different accommodations to submit an application, please contact lettie.vanhemert@cincyshakes.com. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

To submit a Job Application click here (and scroll down).

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Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park and Cincinnati Shakespeare Company Announce Update on 2020-21 Seasons

PIP_logoCINCINNATI – Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park and Cincinnati Shakespeare Company today issued a joint announcement that they are unfortunately cancelling their upcoming holiday productions and postponing the re-opening of their mainstage seasons of plays until fall of 2021. Instead, both theatres are planning to bring the community a slate of virtual performances, socially distanced special events and educational programming.

CSC_logoThis decision helps ensure a healthy return in the fall of 2021. The safety and well-being of patrons, artists and staff is of the utmost importance. Additionally, the plays and musicals produced for their mainstage seasons take substantial resources and represent much greater financial risk if forced to cancel due to a COVID-19 spike or positive case.

News releases from each theatre with additional details on their individual plans can be found at the following links:

Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company

Both theatres previously announced a delayed season, which was to kick-off with a holiday show and feature a line-up of plays to run January – July 2021.

Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park and Cincinnati Shakespeare Company are supported by the generosity of almost 40,000 contributors to the ArtsWave Community campaign. The Ohio Arts Council helps funds them with state tax dollars to encourage economic growth, educational excellence and cultural enrichment for all Ohioans.

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DRUNK SANTA X-MAS SPECTACULAR Runs Dec. 4-Jan. 31

CSC_Drunk SantaDRUNK SANTA X-MAS SPECTACULAR
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company
Dec. 4-Jan. 31
[Online | DVD | Clifton | Mariemont]

This holiday season, Cincinnati’s favorite saucy Aussie Santa Claus-y is back in her very own, brand new holiday video extravaganza- The DRUNK SANTA X-MAS SPECTACULAR!

Get your jolly on from the comfort of your own living room, as Santa and the gang deliver a sleighful of lovingly irreverent holiday hijinks right down your chimney and onto your screen of choice. Jam-packed with special guests, musical numbers, and more, The Drunk Santa X-mas Spectacular is the one-size-fits-all gift that keeps on giving. So you better be good, for goodness sake! Nah, just kidding- do whatever the heck you want, it’s 2020!

Available online from Dec. 4-Jan. 31
$20 per person (honor system)

DVD available via pickup or mail from Dec. 4-18
$50

  • Fri, Dec. 4 at 7:30pm (Esquire)
  • Sun, Dec. 6 at 3pm (Esquire)
  • Wed, Dec. 9 at 7:30pm (Esquire)
  • Sun, Dec. 13 at 12:30pm (Mariemont)
  • Wed, Dec. 16 at 7:30pm (Esquire)
    More dates to be added based on interest.

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Cincinnati Shakespeare Company Announces Updates to the 2020-21 Season Due to Pandemic Challenges

CSC_logoVirtual performances, audio dramas, and educational programs still planned.

CINCINNATI (Oct. 20, 2020 at 9am) – Cincinnati Shakespeare Company today announced their annual holiday production of “Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some!)” has been cancelled, and the reopening of their mainstage productions postponed until fall of 2021. Cincinnati Shakespeare Company will continue to deliver on its mission of bringing Shakespeare and the classics to life for all through many of its established programs, like this past summer’s FREE Shakespeare in the Park Tour, and through new, innovative community outreach and educational programs.  An announcement of the 2021-22 season will come later and may include some previously announced shows from the 2020-21 season, subject to timing and availability.

Tickets for current subscribers and other ticketholders will be automatically rolled over to the 2021-22 season.  All subscribers and other ticketholders will be contacted directly with details and the process for alternate options.

Below are some of Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s programming plans for the remainder of the 2021-22 season.  More programs will be announced:

The War of the Worlds: An Audio Drama: This original version, written and directed by CSC’s own Jeremy Dubin and Brian Isaac Phillips, and featuring the vocal talents of CSC’s Touring Company and current staff Sara Clark, Cal Harris, Jeremy Dubin, and Brian Isaac Phillips, will premiere in partnership with WXVU on Friday October 30 on 91.7.  It will be available for replay following the premiere broadcast.

More on “War of the Worlds”: In 1938 the legendary Mercury Theatre Company, led by Orson Welles, delivered the single most notorious broadcast in radio history- a riveting adaptation of H.G. Wells’ “The War of the Worlds.” The broadcast’s depiction of a Martian invasion was so realistic, it incited a nation-wide panic. This Halloween, CSC brings Wells’ chilling sci-fi thriller back to life in a brand new auditory experience inspired by the Mercury Theatre’s original broadcast. Learn more at https://www.cincyshakes.com/event/war-of-the-worlds/

Holiday Video TBA:  This holiday season, CSC plans to bring audiences a dose of comic (and irreverent) holiday cheer via an on-demand video in the same spirit as our beloved “Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some!)  Additional details to be released soon.

Educational Programming: For over 25 years, Cincinnati Shakespeare Company has worked with students and schools in the tri-state and beyond.  This year, CSC has adjusted programs to align with school safety protocols performing in outdoor spaces, large indoor spaces with distancing, and virtual workshops and programming.  These programs have been happening this fall and will continue January through May 2021. Cincinnati Shakespeare will all continue to offer its signature Educational Program, PROJECT38 this school year adjusting to meet the needs of the 38 local schools who participate. Learn more at https://www.cincyshakes.com/education/

FREE Shakespeare on the Radio and on Video:  After safely presenting FREE Shakespeare in the Park to 10 in person parks this summer, CSC expanded the reach of the program to continue to fulfill its mission of reaching more people with FREE Shakespeare. CSC is providing filmed and recorded audio drama versions of popular Shakespeare titles.  These will be available on a rotating basis from now through summer of 2021. Learn more at https://www.cincyshakes.com/programs/

Podcast: The Good, the Bard, and the Ugly: Cincinnati Shakespeare Company, in conjunction with Travis McElroy, presents “The Good, the Bard, and the Ugly” your guide to Shakespeare in pop culture. Each week Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s own Jeremy Dubin and accomplished Shakespeare scholar Dr. Niamh O’Leary explore the wealth of Shakespeare-centric entertainment that can be enjoyed right from the comfort of your living room! Joined by a rotating panel of guests from CSC and beyond, they tuck into the wide (and occasionally weird) array of Shakespeare movies, recorded performances, adaptations and more available for your consumption.  Learn more at https://www.cincyshakes.com/podcast/

Shakes Makes: CSC announced this innovative new program a few weeks ago.  In the program, people are able to order handmade products designed and crafted by the behind-the-scenes theatrical creatives at CSC including scenic, costume, crafts, and digital artisans.  There are also ready-made items for purchase like harvest and holiday print masks that have been popular.  This program utilizes the highly specialized skills of these makers to create items for the community while they are unable to create costumes, sets, and designs for theatrical productions due to the current pandemic closure.  Items include custom woodworking projects, fabric crafts and alterations, Halloween costumes, custom-sized and fashion masks, digital Shakespearean pet portraits, a collection of zero waste products such as reusable napkins, paper towels, shopping bags, and more! Learn more at https://www.cincyshakes.com/shakesmakes/

For more information visit www.cincyshakes.com

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About Cincinnati Shakespeare Company:
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company is a professional theatre company dedicated to bringing Shakespeare and the classics to life for audiences of all ages.  In the summer of 2017, the theater relocated to the Otto M. Budig Theater, a brand new facility in OTR. CSC’s repertoire is made up of the works of William Shakespeare, literary adaptations, and contemporary classics.  CSC performs on a Small Professional Theatre contract with Actors’ Equity Association. Cincinnati Shakespeare is a member of the Theater Communications Group and the Shakespeare Theatre Association.  Each year, Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s Education and Outreach Programs reach over 50,000 young people and underserved community members each season by taking Shakespeare into schools, parks, community centers and by hosting educational matinees of mainstage productions.  In 2015, CSC was proud to become one of the first five theaters in the United States to “Complete the Canon” by producing all 38 plays by William Shakespeare. CSC is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization and all donations are tax deductible.  Cincinnati Shakespeare Company is proud to be Cincinnati’s stage for the classics! More information: www.cincyshakes.com.

Sponsors:
CSC’s is generously sponsored by The Otto M. Budig Family Foundation and The John Bridgeland, Crilley, Long, and Mason Families Honoring James R. Bridgeland Jr., The Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile Jr. Foundation, The Robert and Adele Schiff Family Foundation, The National Endowment for the Arts with Arts Midwest, Lightborne, The Shubert Foundation, Ohio Arts Council, and ArtsWave.

The Ohio Arts Council helped fund this program/organization with state tax dollars to encourage economic growth, educational excellence and cultural enrichment for all Ohioans.

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