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presents the world premiere of
It’s ok.
Anthony Moseley, Executive Artistic Director
Martin Kamenski, Managing Director

presents the world premiere of

Conceived & Directed by Sam Porretta

Co-Created by the Sam Porretta,
Chelsea Marcantel
and the G.I.F.T Ensemble

Script by Chelsea Marcantel
November 12 - November 29
Firehouse Square, 459 N. Wolcott
Running Time: 80 minutes
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Collaboraction would like to recognize the Dadio Foundation for
its tireless support of our work.

The Dadio Foundation’s mission is to raise and distribute funds
for the expression of art and to award unselfishness, with a
preference to surviving families of firefighters and organ donors.
(in alphabetical order)

Antonio Brunetti Mia Park
Aurelia Clunie Hannah Phelps
Scott Cupper Amber Robinson
Catherine Glynn Emma Stanto
Gregory Hardigan
Jeremy Harris
Andrew Cornelius
Andy Junk
Carla Kessler
John Wilson
Kyle Vincent Terry
Sarah Fornace
Director: Sam Porretta*
Stage Manager: Alfredo Aguilar
Producer/Production Manager: Sarah Moeller*
Set Designer: Sam Porretta*
Lighting Designer: Jeremy Getz* Visual Dramaturg: Jacklyn Hosley
Costume Designer: Elsa Hiltner* Technical Director: Alfredo Aguilar
Sound Designer: Miles Polaski* Photographer: Saverio Truglia
Video Designer: Liviu Passare* Rehearsal Photographer: Katie Schuering
Assistant Director: Jeremy Sher Program/Slide Designer: Candice Conner
Assitant Stage Manager: Becki Smith Costume Design Assistant: Kelsey Rhodes
Julia Klein, Props Designer Costume Design Assistant: Kelly Coll
Installation Designer: Jason Stebbings Production Intern: Stephanie Chaskra
Master Carpenter: Bailey Scott Production Intern: Nathanael Card
Master Carpenter: Justin Dionne Marketing Intern: Latoya Jones
Visual Dramaturg: Jeffrey Gardner Press Relations: Jenny Topolosky
of Carol Fox and Associates
*denotes Collaboraction Company Member
Executive Artistic Director: Anthony Moseley
Managing Director: Martin Kamenski
Director of Development: Michelle Kelly
Creative Director: Sam Porretta
Production Manager: Sarah Moeller
Marketing Coordinator: Jeffrey Gardner
Eric Ziegenhagen: Grants Manager
Whitney White: Artistic Coordinator
You’re so Close.

Antonio Brunetti: This is the first show Antonio has done with
Collaboraction. He likes Collaboraction and what they do. Other Chicago
credits include Turtle in Anungs First American Christmas with Vitalist
Theatre, Two one-acts in Mayfly Plays - A Collection of Short Works" and
Larry in The Country Girl with Illinois Theatre Center. Antonio was out of
country for a while, performing in such things as Oleanna, Macbeth, Fool
For Love, The Glass Menagerie, Urinetown and The Graduate. Antonio
studied in Chicago and various places throughout Europe. Antonio is glad
to be back in Chicago, his hometown, and doing things such as what you
are witnessing tonight.

Aurelia Clunie: is thrilled to perform with Collaboraction again. Last year she was seen as part of
Sketchbook 9 in What I Am Supposed to Be. Other regional theater credits include Living Green at the Victory
Gardens Biograph Theater and The Nacerima Society at Alabama Shakespeare Festival's Southern Writers' Project
Festival of New Plays. Aurelia is a graduate of Northwestern University where she earned her BS in theater. Thank
you to my friends and family for being incredible gifts in my life!

Scott Cupper has appeared in numerous productions in Chicago. Most recently, he performed as both Ivan
and Shatov in Village of K_ (Bruised Orange). Before that you may have seen him gently dangling at Sketchbook
9 in The Dreaded Zeppelin (Collaboraction). He’s a company member with both the Strange Tree Group and Red Ink
Productions. Favorite roles with Strange Tree include Mr. Clock in The Dastardly Ficus…, Capt. Mandy/Cristoff in The
Mysterious Elephant… and Mr. Spacky in Mr. Spacky. With Red Ink, he’s been on- and off-stage, acting in The Night
Hank Williams Died and The Boys Next Door and directing Wit and God’s Favorite. Other favorite roles include the
Eel of the Deep in Rogue 8 (Rogue Theater) and Billy in Pitching Penguins (Flaxen Theater).

Catherine Glynn has been Acting A long Ass time. Alligator tears, Burlesque, and Corporal Cat Cuddling are
among her specialties both on stage and off. Her Day job Deals with Deportment, Elocution and Enunciation, the
suits like to call it ‘Executive coaching.’ she’s also the Founder of G spot designs 312—and it’s true the things she
makes really do make you feel good all over. Hell, If you ask her, she may Just make you something. “Katie would
you please make me something Lovely Like a Mandarin colored vase or a Natty Neon green candle holder?” is
a nice way to do it. O, and if you Pay her, she will absolutely make you something…say Perhaps a Quaint Quince
colored jewelry box with Ragged Robins (look those up) Sitting Sweetly on Top. She is Thrilled to have learned
to sing Tacky Torch songs and wishes to Thank sam in particular for allowing her to Undulate the Uvulas of the
Unbelievably talented and Vocally Varied giftistas. She Wishes you all --the audience--a Walloping Wonderland of fun
tonight, as if you were in Xanadu--with kubla khan or olivia newton john whichever version pleases You most. And
Yes it’s true; she Yearns to be more Zen.

Gregory Hardigan is happy to be working with Collaboraction and especially Mr. Sam Porretta. He is a
member of The Hypocrites, and has appeared in over a dozen of their productions; most recently The Hairy Ape
(Ensemble) at the Goodman, The Threepenny Opera (Macheath) at Steppenwolf Garage and Miss Julie (Jean) at the
Chopin. Other shows include As Told by the Vivian Girls (Henry Darger) with Dog and Pony, The Hothouse (Lobb) with
A Red Orchid, Salao with Redmoon/Chicago Shakespeare, and Seagull with Redmoon/Steppenwolf. As a playwright,
his work has been performed in Chicago, New York, Washington DC, London, Brighton, Melbourne, Sydney and
Singapore. Love to Margaret.
Andy Junk is very excited to be making his Collaboraction debut! He is a member of Carpeted Afterhours, a
sketch comedy troupe here in the city. You may have seen him as Paul D'Aspermont in The Jinx, (Appetite Theatre
Company) or as The President in The Bohemian Theatre Ensemble's portion of the 365 Days/365 Plays Project.

Mia Park is happy to wear many hats in Chicago. Yoga changed her life and Mia's excited to share her love of it
by teaching to individuals and groups. Go yoga! In Chicago's acting community, Mia acts in films, TV commercials,
industrial films and joined SAG, AFTRA and AEA. For over eleven years, "Miss Mia" has co-hosted the underground
cable music show, Chic-A-Go-Go, and MC's
for groups like the Korean Consulate and
the City of Chicago. She co-founded the
Asian American theater company, A-Squared
Theater Workshop where she produces
and performs in their shows. In Chicago's
music scene, Mia's played in over a dozen
rock and jazz bands in Chicago since 1995.
Mostly playing drums and singing in rock/
pop bands, she's also drummed for jazz
bassist Tatsu Aoki and played keyboards
with pop/rock bands. She's drummed and
sang in the female Asian American reunion rock trio, Kim, for over ten years. As an Arts Administrator, Mia served
as the Asian American Cultural Ambassador for The Old Town School of Folk Music and curated programs at the
Chicago Cultural Center. She founded the art gang, "Team Do!Boo!" in January, 2004, with other free spirited and
creative Korean American women who occasionally perform. She's always producing a variety of music or theater
shows at any given time. Mia's contributed to Chicago's non-profit community by working at Women In The Director's
Chair and by teaching English at the Korean American Cultural Resource Center and the Korean Senior Center. Mia
is published in YELL-OH Girls! and sometimes writes for Giant Robot and Roctober Magazines. She also edits an
internet newsletter called, Kick Ass, which features local and national information on entertainment, activism and
Asian American events. For fun, Mia practices yoga & loves bicycling!

Hannah Phelps has been living in Chicago, cultivating her status as an Ultimate Bears fan, and acting on stage
and in film for five years. Her favorite roles include Abigail in The Crucible, Ghengis Khant in The Flaming Dames,
Mary in The Vanities, and film roles in Mosul, Illinois and Eastern College (available on!). When she's
not acting, Hannah is usually eating, watching football and spending quality time with her boyfriend, Jamie and their
dog, Ruby. She would like to thank Sam, Collaboraction, the cast and crew of The GIFT for a wonderfully fun time,
her agents at Gray Talent, her family and her friends.

Emma Stanton is a graduate of Boston College and has received training at the British American Drama
Academy’s London and Oxford programs and also at Double Edge Theater under the direction of Stacy Klein.
Besides working with Collaboraction, Emma has worked with Redmoon Theater, Walk-About Theater, Red Tape
Theater, Dramatis Personae, and American Theater Company. Alongside acting, Emma loves writing plays and
recently was one of the recipients of the Civic and Arts Foundation Playwriting Award for Emerging Artists. She is a
member of Walk-About Theater Company and Dramatis Personae and looks forward to writing their shows in the
spring. Emma would like to thank Sam for giving her this wonderful opportunity, the performers for their creativity,
and her friends for their support.

Alfredo Aguilar (Stage Manager/Technical director) is excited to be joining Collaboraction for
the first time. He is excited to be diving into the Chicago theatre scene after having just moved here from his home
area of Marlboro, MA. He is a graduate from the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in North Adams, MA where
he received his BFA in Arts Management and Theatre. Since graduating he has traveled the U.S. working for various
theatre companies such as Trumpet in the Land in New Philadelphia, Ohio; North Shore Music Theatre in Beverly,
Massachusetts; Missoula Children's Theatre in Missoula, Montana; Naples Dinner Theatre in Naples, Florida;
Zeitgeist Stage in Boston, and Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines in the Bahamas. Alfredo is excited to make Chicago his
new home and would like to thank his friends and family for all of their love and support. Enjoy our “Gift” to you.

Jeffrey Gardner (Visual Dramaturg) is a director, producer and dramaturg with a passion for the
adaptation and renewal of classical and Greek theatre. He was formerly an adjunct instructor at Kenyon College,
Gambier OH, teaching Classical theatre history. Upcoming projects include MEDEA WITH CHILD with Sideshow
theatre and OUR FAIR CITY (an episodic web series) with Ko Threat Productions. Recent directorial credits include:
WAR MUSIC (Logue), THE BACCHAE (Euripides), ANTIGONE (Anouilh), OF MICE AND MEN (Steinbeck) and THE
CHAIR (Rice).
Jeremy Getz (Lighting Designer): A Collaboraction company member since 2000 he has designed
lighting for nearly all company productions and events including The Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow, The
Cosmonaut’s last Message, Tulsa Lovechild, Refuge, and all Sketchbook Festivals. For the past eight years,
he has served as guest artist and lighting designer for Albany Park Theatre Project. In addition, Jeremy has lit
productions for many Chicago-based organizations including Theater Wit, Teatro Vista, Chicago Dramatics, Oak
Park Festival Theater, and Ensemble Espanola. When not in the theater Jeremy works as a project manager
and Programmer for Intelligent lighting Creations, Upstaging Inc, and several other Chicago Lighting and event
companies. He has also designed the lighting for several local nightclubs and restaurants, including Avec,
RedNofive, Hydrate and OHM. He also has served as the technical director at Northside College Prep High School for
the last 7 years.

Elsa Hiltner (Costume Designer) is thrilled to be designing with Collaboraction on G.I.F.T.! Earlier this
season she designed costumes for Collaboraction’s SKETCHBOOK 2009, JON, and has costumed many events
with Collaboraction in the past year. Other favorite Chicago credits include DRIVING MISS DAISY (Nominated for
(Eclipse Theatre); THE BIRTHDAY PARTY (Signal Ensemble). She is also designing and drafting as the Spectacle
Costume Shop Manager at Columbia College Chicago. For more information about her Chicago and Seattle area
designs visit

Jaclyn Holsey (Visual Dramaturg) is normally not seen working behind the magic curtain as a stage
manager. She has had the privelage to work on Collaboraction's recent shows Jon and had a brief stint with El Grito
del Bronx as well. Other Chicago credits include It's A Wonderful Life, Augusta, St. Scarlett and Half of Plenty with
ATC, Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner with Teatro Vista, Living Green with Victory Gardens and the currently running
production of Doctor Harlon's Keys to Better Living. She would like to thank Sammy for letting her come and play.
Martin Kamenski, Managing Director: Martin has been producing theater in the Midwest for seven
years now. For the last two years he has had the pleasure of serving on the staff of Collaboraction and aiding in the
production of eight full productions, two galas, and countless events. Most recently, his work to plan for and manage
the co-production of El Grito del Bronx with Teatro Vista at the Goodman Theater led to critical and organization
success. Martin also is President and owner of Rockstar CPA, an accounting firm that specializes in clients in the
creative and entertainment industries, and serves on the boards of directors of Matter Dance Company and the
Global Alliance of Artists.

Chelsea M. Marcantel (Script and Story) was recently honored with an Emerging Playwright Award
from the Chicago Union League Civic and Arts Foundation. Chelsea was born, raised, and very well fed in south
Louisiana; she received two BAs and a Master’s degree from LSU. In Chicago, her work has been produced by
The Side Project (STUNT), Collaboraction (Beatrice & Beau : Sketchbook 9 Audience Choice Award), Point of
Contention (Four Faces) and R7Co (The Tiniest Sound in Recorded History, Round Earth's Imagined Corners).
She has also worked as a writer, director, assistant director, and dramaturg with The Hypocrites, The Side Project,
InFusion Theatre Company, People*s Theatre, The Resonants, and the Bailiwick Director's Festival. Chelsea is a
pescetarian and thinks you're cute, too.

Sarah Moeller (Producer/Production Manager) is a Collaboraction company member, resident
production manager and director. Her past credits with Collaboraction include Production Manager for El Grito
del Bronx, Heroes and Villains, JON, Gold Brick and The Siddhartha Project, Stage Manager for The Pull Toy and
his Paisan, Sketchbooks 6, 7 & 8, director for SLP's 365 Project and the premiere studio series project, Tone
Clusters. She is also a company member at Eclipse Theatre Company where she works as a dramaturg, director and
stage manager. When she isn’t working in the theater she can be found teaching elementary music around Chicago.

Liviu Passare (Video Designer) is a multimedia artist who sees art as a historical event. His interest is in
new media and technology and interactive installations and has been collaborating with various artists, theaters
and improv comedy groups. He is a skilled video designer, cinematographer, editor, animator and has produced,
directed and performed for live multimedia experiences. Among his collaborators are Collaboraction, Redmoon,
DePaul Theatre School, Theatre Seven, The Gift Theatre, Improvkitchen, Maria Marshall, Takao Kawaguchi, Otto,
Tiesto, ATB, Carl Cox. Current involvements including Blue Man Group, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Porchlight
Music Theatre. He can be contacted by visiting

Miles Polaski (Sound Designer) is a sound designer, composer and musician in Chicago, IL. He is the
resident sound designer with Collaboraction and a music director/curator with Serendipity Theatre’s 2nd Story.
In 2008, Miles worked on music for Lie of the Mind at Strawdog Theatre which won a non-equity Jeff Award and
his sound design for White People at The Gift Theatre was nominated for an equity Jeff Award. In 2007, he was
nominated for two non-equity Jeff Awards for his sound design and original compositions for Equus at Actor’s
Workshop. Miles has had the pleasure of working with many Chicago theatre companies, since moving to Chicago in
2004, including TUTA, Chicago Dramatists,
Noble Fool Theatricals, The House Theatre of
Chicago, Chicago Shakespeare, Light Opera
Works, Redmoon, The Hypocrites, Theatre
Seven, Infamous Commonwealth, Backstage
Theatre, among others. Before moving to
Chicago, Miles worked as an actor and sound
designer at The Barter Theatre, state theater
of Virginia.

Sam Porretta (Director) is a
Chicago-based director, designer and actor.
He has been a Collaboraction company
member since 2004 where he has art
directed and designed environments for the
past six Sketchbook productions (2004-
2009), Jon, Guinea Pig Solo, Carnaval
(2005-2006), Beggar’s Banquet (2004-
2006), Suffering City, Krisis and Prom.
Sam has also designed sets for Serendipity
Theatre Collective (Girl 20), Theater Wit (Men
of Steel), and Field House Lab (Orpheus
Now). As a performer, he has worked
with several Chicago companies such as
Redmoon Theater, The Hypocrites, Strawdog and Trap Door. This past year
he studied design methodologies at Archeworks, an alternative design
school working with a multidisciplinary design team including
members of Chicago 2016 Olympic Bid Committee. There he
helped to create strategies to engage Chicago’s ethnic and
cultural communities in the Olympics.

Katie Schuering (Rehearsal Photographer) is
pleased to be back in Chicago and working with Collaboraction
after recently graduating from Syracuse University's AD design
program. She's an avid photographer with a background in art
and a penchant for all things design-related. Her portfolio can be
found online at

Jeremy Sher (Assistant Director): As a Chicago-based actor,
Jeremy has worked with The Neo-Futurists (Strange Interlude at The Goodman), Redmoon
Theater (Hunchback - AfterDark Award, Outstanding Performance), The Building Stage (Dustbowl Gothic - AfterDark
Award: Outstanding Production), Next Theatre (The Long Christmas Ride Home), and Stage Left (In Times of War).
Regionally, he’s worked at the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park and Shakespeare
Theatre D.C. Off-Broadway: The New Victory Theater. He also leads workshops in Suzuki, Viewpoints and Movement.

Becki Smith (Assistant Stage Manager) is a very recent transplant to Chicago and is thrilled to be
working with Collaboraction on this production! In love with all aspects of technical theatre and unable to make up
her mind, she has been backstage as a stage manager, carpenter, electrician, board op, props girl, and more. She
has spent time with the Childrens Theatre of Madison in Wisconsin, The Santa Fe Opera in New Mexico, and Victory
Gardens Theatre during a brief stay a few years ago.

Jason C. Stebbings (Props Designer), is an accomplished designer, multimedia
producer, and teacher. He began his career as Creative Director for Chicago Kitchen and Bath, after studying at The
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, from where he holds a BFA in Industrial Design. Jason transitioned into
technical theater as a set designer in 2000. He produced sets for several stages in Chicago, including Redmoon
Theater, before launching his services to Club Med resort theaters in Colorado and Mexico. Through the media
venue of video, Jason has produced segments for conferences and wedding receptions, as well as raised awareness
for local non-profit agencies and special needs children.
In 2002, Jason moved abroad to the Dominican Republic pursuing an opportunity to mentor at-risk American
teenagers at a boarding school. Enjoying the challenge of teaching, as well as the local culture, Jason then
instructed Intermediate and Advanced English as a Second Language (ESL) classes to first language Spanish
speakers. Upon returning to Chicago in 2007, Mr. Stebbings has continued teaching and freelance designing.
Thanks go to: Collaboraction, the multitiudes with their brilliant offerings they have brought to my life, and their

Saverio Truglia (Photographer) is a photographer of all things darkly humorous and out-of-place. He
is a commercial photographer hired to create national print advertising campaigns for beer, gum and banks plus
magazines like Time, Rolling Stone and Fast Company. He's a long time contributor to Collaboraction and is honored
to be part of G.I.F.T.
Anacron Allen Jeremy Getz
Seth Bockley Galina Shevchenko
Sandra Delgato Sam Porretta
Sarah Gitenstein Eric Ziegenhagen
Anthony Moseley John Zinn
Elsa Hiltner
Miles Polaski
Sarah Moeller
Isabelle Libmann
Mark Hicks
Tim Borntrager
Joel Moorman
Liviu Pasere
Ed Rafalski, Co-President
Jonathan Aberman, Co-President Development
Nik Rokop, Treasurer Council
Dana LaChapelle, Secretary Matt Woodburn, Chair
Harry Arader, Chairman Emeritus Dana Anderson
Manuela Guidi, Board Emeritus Yvonne Cheng
Kim Kerr Matt Dufour
Paul Klein Beth Gomez
Richard LaChapelle Anne Harvey
David Rosen Lorna Juett
Elaine Roth Anthony Qaiyum
Gary Sherman Katie Rahn
Patrick Ryan
Christine Sanders
Graham Thomas
Carmelita Tiu
Rachel Yeomans
This program is partially sponsored
by a grant from the Illinois Arts
Council, a state agency.

Collaboraction also receives
generous support from The
Alphawood Foundation, The Chicago
Community Trust, The Richard H.
Dreihaus Foundation, The Lloyd
A. Fry Foundation, the City Arts
Assistance Program, the Gaylord
and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation,
the Lester & Hope Abelson
Foundation (a donor advised fund
at the Chicago Community Trust),
The MacArthur Foundation and the
Ronald A. Greene Memorial Fund (a
donor advised fund at the Chicago
Community Trust).
SPECIAL THANKS: Carolina Avalos, Mark Hicks,
Kristin Leahey, Jackelyn Normand, Tracy Otwell,
Betsey Palmer, and Joseph Ravens
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Marvin Mirsky Rednofive Thomas Weinberg Court Theatre Center
Kelly Moriarty David & Melissa Rosen Aaron Weiner Crate & Barrel IMAX
Michelle Moseley Barbara Rosenbalm Kim Williams Dani Bryant Intuit: The Center
Stella Grace Moseley F. David Roth Jenny Wilson David O’Connor for Outsider Art
Maria Mowbray Brant Russell∞ John Wilson DaVinci Group Ltd. IO
Laura Mulopulos Joi-Lin Russ John Zinn∞ Deborah Proud Isabelle Libmann
Katina Tanya Saracho Denita Linnertz Janet Mullet
Panagopoulos Elizabeth Schuering 2008-2009 In-Kind Donors Dog House Wine Jeff Stella
Mia Park Carrie Scott & Special Thanks Dorothy Milne Photography:
Sean Patrick Kimberly Senior∞ A Red Orchid Theatre & Lifeline Theatre
Kristin Pellicori DJ Sheenkel Amy Krushinski Eclipse Theatre Jeremy Getz
Becky Perlman John Sierros Anthony Moseley Ed Cohen Jessamine Crawford
Laura Perlman Julius Spates April 7’s Custom Framing Ed Rafalski Jill McGannon
Eric Pfeffinger Karen Stehle Archeworks Frontera Grill Jim Moore and
Harrison Pious Nat Swift Around the Coyote Frost Lighting The Hypocrites
Irie Swiri Austin Shapley Fulcrum Point Joey Frank
Bloodshot Records New Music Project John Krejci
Bryn Magnus G Boutique John Rooney
Gavin Ingier John Szostek
Jon Langford
Jordan Kardasz
Robert “Jazz” Martin
JSR Merchandising Milk & Honey Café
Rock for Kids TimeLine Theatre
KAN Management Missy Ear tly
Rosebud Restaurants TimeOut Chicago
Kar temquin Films Motel Bar
Saverio Truglia Train with Ron
Kingston Mines Next Theatre
Scott Pillsbury TUTA
Kirk Nor tridge Nick & Nora Weir
Seth McClellan Theater
Kristina Schramm Nor thlight Theatre
Shattered Globe Theatre UR Chicago Magazine
Landmark Restaurant Old Town School
Shure Victory
Leeann Zahrt of Folk Music
SOFA Chicago Gardens
Lettuce Entertain You Oomphotography
Sound Investment Vitamin Energy
Lincoln Square Theatre Opera
Steppenwolf Theatre Vosges
Liz Meitus Paul Natkin
Stitch Chocolates
Lookingglass Pegasus Players
Subterranean Wicker Audio Room
Mac Vaughey Photography by Sher
Swim Café WXRT
Marche Piccolo Theatre
Sylvia Hernandez-DiStasi
Maian Jarocki Pippa White
Teatro Vista…
& Merchandise Mart popiostumph photography
Theatre with a View
Marilyn Bockley Rachel McClain
The Actor’s Gym
Marilyn Davis Rabkin Redmoon
The Art Institute of Chicago
Mark Guarino Redmoon Theatre
Mark Hicks Rednofive
Mark Jeep Remy Bumppo
Cultural Center
Mark McGinnis Rentfusion
The Field Museum
Mark Moseley Resolution Digital Studios
the Hideout
Mary Beth O’Connor Rick & Dana LaChapelle
The Hue
Merz Apothecary RIOR
The Theatre School at
Michael Kamenski Rob Miller
DePaul University
Mikhail Fiksel Robere Mertans
Three Floyds Ale
Tim Evans
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