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Hopkins Center for the Arts 2020/2021 impact report

From transcendent concerts to contemporary dance premieres to creative work by our students, our virtual stage helped keep the arts alive and our campus connected to the world.

150+ arts events

As theaters were shuttered, students and audiences were displaced, and the creative sector suffered, our community came together virtually to support us in launching Hop@Home, our virtual stage. And over the last year, we’ve presented over 35 virtual performances and 40 public talks.

These programs provided employment for dozens of artists at an extremely challenging time for the creative sector, and they kept students and arts lovers engaged and inspired.

Photo: Taylor Mac's Holiday Sauce...Pandemic! tickled audiences

Amir ElSaffar's transcendent fusion of Arabic music and jazz has made him a leading figure in contemporary music. Over 150 viewers tuned in to his live living room concert, one of our first Hop@Home broadcasts.

“THANK YOU and the team for the wonderful experience of performing live over the Internet last week. It was so wonderful to reconnect with my dear fellow musicians after all this time, and I received very positive feedback from people all over the world.” -Amir ElSaffar

60+ hands-on workshops

Our homes became dance studios, theaters and jewelry studios where we learned new skills and kept creating against the odds.

400+ students have participated in Make-It-At Home sessions and demonstrations organized by the Student Workshops

These workshops provided creative continuity and social outlets for students, many of whom were participating while attending classes remotely.

Photo: remote students participate in a virtual Jewelry class

Hop Film

When our worlds got small, films connected us to people and places through brilliant storytelling and imagery, reminding us of the kaleidoscope of human experiences on this beautiful, fragile planet.

We developed an online platform to host virtual films, and Hop Film On-Demand is something we are able to carry forward into the future.

Photo: Hop Film showed the critically acclaimed Miss Juneteenth as part of the on-demand series

#SmallScreenFun

These live chats allowed us to share clips, engage film students and connect virtually with inspirational film artists. Featured guests included Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes and actress/comedian Aisha Tyler ’92.

The free series has over 7,500 views on YouTube.

Photo: #SmallScreenFun with big screen power houses Chris Miller ’97 and Phil Lord ’97

Connection

The Hop has been busy over the past year, partnering with more than 40 organizations on and off campus to continue bringing the arts to our community during the pandemic. These enriching arrangements helped us expand our respective audiences and learn from each others’ experience to grow as organizations.

African and African American Studies Program • Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society • Collis Center for Student Involvement • Dance Theatre of Harlem • Dartmouth College Programming Board • Dartmouth Film Society • Dartmouth Sustainability Office • Department of Film and Media Studies • Department of Music • Department of Theater • Glassmeyer/McNamee Center for Digital Strategies • Guarini School of Graduate and Advanced Studies • Harvard University • Hood Museum of Art • Jag Productions • John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding • Leslie Center for the Humanities • Main Street Museum • Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Committee • Montshire Museum of Science • National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine • Native American Studies Program • Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy • New York Theatre Workshop • Next Stage Arts Project • Northern Stage • Office of Pluralism and Leadership • Science on Screen • The Alliance for the Arts in Research Universities • The Arts Center at NYU Abu Dhabi • The Center for Cartoon Studies • The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts • Tucker Center for Spiritual and Ethical Life • Upper Valley Music Center • Vermont Dance Alliance • West Claremont Center for Music and the Arts • White River Indie Films • Women of Dartmouth

Examples of these exciting collaborations include:

  • The Police Violence Symposium: Global and Local Perspectives was a weeklong, international conference, comprised of 50+ artists, activists, alumni, students and scholars.
  • The Hop featured alumna Mali Obomsawin ’18 in the Kennedy Center's Arts Across America series.
  • A dance symposium in collaboration with the Vermont Dance Alliance and Next Stage Arts Project.
  • A live drawing session with Harry Bliss in partnership with the Center for Cartoon Studies.

Photos clockwise, top left: Police Violence Symposium (courtesy of Enrico Riley and Jenkins Johnson Gallery), Mali Obomsawin ’18, Center for Cartoon Studies: An Hour with Harry Bliss, Vermont Dance Alliance's Virtual Symposium

"I reached out about organizing 'something' on police violence during spring term. The result was our extraordinary symposium, which, for me, was a wonderful reminder and illustration of how it’s possible to come together to create a bit of magic, despite and because of these surreal times and the pain associated with the topic." -Trica Keaton, Associate Professor of African and African American Studies

Convergence Symposium

Convergence is an embodiment of the Hopkins Center's commitment to making the arts indispensable to all academic disciplines, bridging arts and sciences to address urgent challenges facing the world.

The 2021 virtual symposium—focused on challenges facing the climate and energy sector—was an international collaboration with National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine and the Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society, that drew more than 300 participants.

Photo: Ash Fure's presentation at the Convergence Symposium about her work The Force of Things

Residencies & Projects

Extended artist residences transform our campus and community by expanding our understanding of other cultures and embracing underrepresented stories.

Dance Theatre of Harlem

In summer 2020, the Hop and Dance Theatre of Harlem launched a three-year partnership for the creation of new ballet work and the expansion of educational opportunities in dance, theater, African-American studies and related fields. Since its inception, Dance Theatre of Harlem has been a model of inclusivity, and the company’s work at Dartmouth each summer will contribute to conversations on race, activism and equity in the arts. This long-term partnership includes a summer theater course co-taught by Monica White Ndounou (Associate Professor of Theater) and John Heginbotham (Director of the Dartmouth Dance Ensemble) that examines the interplay between arts and advocacy and challenges students to create dance as a tool for expanding historical understanding and social change.

Daniel Bernard Roumain, Roth Distinguished Visiting Scholar at Dartmouth

The hyper-collaborative musician, activist and educator was in residence at the Hop, where he performed, mentored and hosted virtual conversations with leading artist/activists. In a year when we were all called upon to examine the role we can play in building a more just and equitable world, Roumain helped guide a deeper discovery and conversation about who we are as an organization and community.

Photos clockwise, top left: Daniel Bernard Roumain and Who We Are with DBR series participants Black Violin, Anna Deavere Smith and Rachel Pine

In the Spirit

This year-long series brought together Native performing artists and culture bearers from the Queer and Two-Spirit community across the United States.

Co-produced with Indigenous Performance Productions and Authentic Arts and Media, the series centered these artists’ perspectives, facilitated exchanges and shared their emerging, inter-disciplinary works.

Photos clockwise, top left: Snowflake Calvert, Storme Webber, Landa Lakes, DeLesslin George-Warren

Learning

We learned to gather creatively and innovate for the digital stage:

  • The Wind Ensemble’s series of videos set to Leroy Anderson’s playful compositions
  • An episodic re-invention of Dartmouth Idol that garnered thousands of views
  • The Medium: Dartmouth Opera Lab’s multimedia opera tailored to the virtual stage
Dartmouth College Wind Ensemble performing Clarinet Candy, part of their Leroy Anderson series

Reimagined and expanded programming for families and young audiences included:

  • On-demand theater work for teachers
  • Experiential creative workshops for families
  • Interactive afternoon storytelling
Children participate in Threshold's Mountain Goat Mountain on-demand family theatrical experience

Support

Gifts and grants have made it possible for us to continue to keep the arts alive during the pandemic.

The Hop’s fiscal year is July 1–June 30

In a recent survey of over a thousand patrons and students, we learned that:

  • cost prevents many people from participating in Hop programs, and we can evolve our ticketing practices to make tickets more affordable.
  • expanding and improving our accessibility services (e.g., captioning, ASL interpretation, and sensory-friendly performances) would help remove barriers that prevent some people from enjoying Hop programs.
  • student demand for creation and performance opportunities exceeds our current capacity, and we should think flexibly about how to meet this critical need.

Photo: HopSpot social gathering with Pilobolus dancers at Murphy's on the Green

In that same survey, Hop members reported that their top reasons for becoming members were:

  • to support arts programming in the community.
  • to help make Hop performances more accessible and inclusive.
  • to support programs for students.

Let’s continue to work together to increase access to the arts for everyone!

Photo: Cirque Mechanics artists meet with audience members at annual Milk and Cookies event

Hearing from You

We asked our community to describe the Hop in three adjectives. Here were the words they shared:

Vision

We were thrilled to finish our year with a suite of live events, welcoming the community back to campus to share arts experiences together again. Looking forward to this fall, you can anticipate a return of a full calendar of live events and films at the Hop. And we’ll continue to offer virtual events throughout the season to sustain the connections we built with alumni, students and friends who joined us from around the world over the past year. We will also expand our extended artist residency program, developing true partnerships with artists in a way that transcends the traditional artist/presenter relationship.

Photo: Pilobolus performs in the Bema to kick-off our celebration of 50 years of dance at Dartmouth

The unfailing support of our members meant so much this year. Thank you for standing by the Hopkins Center and sustaining the arts in the midst of great change.

Donor list as of June 30, 2021

Top of the Hop $10,000+

Barbara and Richard Couch • Lizanne Fontaine and Robert Buckholz • Richard and Kathryn Kimball • Robert and Carol Manegold • Thomas Morrow and Audry Ai • William and Sally Neukom • Thomas and Judy Oxman • Linda and Rick Roesch • Gretchen Wetzel and Cynthia Halliday

Photo: Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra rehearses in Spaulding Auditorium

Backstage Circle $5,000–$9,999

Selma Bornstein • Caroline and Timothy Harrison • Kelly Fowler Hunter and Andre Hunter • Henry and Amy Nachman • Alfred and Pam Roberts • Dan and Gretchen Rush • Bayne and Jean Stevenson • Peter and Shelly Vosshall • Bob Wetzel and Brenda Mainer

Photo: Ragamala Dance Company returning to the Hop in Fall 2021

Bentley Fellow $2,500–$4,999

James and Brooke Adler • Errik and Emily Anderson • Cyn Barrette • Peter and Ruth Bleyler • Daniel R. Bryant • Les and Ann Chao • Barbara E. Dau • Carol Du Bois • Quentin and Violetta Faulkner • James and Virginia Giddens • Barry and Maggie Grove • Paul Holtzheimer and Mian O'Dowd • Joan G. Kinne • Robert A. Levinson • Peter and Lucretia Martin • Wilkes and Debra McClave • Peter and Jane McLaughlin • Nini and Robert Meyer • Donald and Abbie Penfield • Hilary Spaulding Richards • John and Coralea Wennberg

Photo: Alisa Weilerstein, who was part of our Hop@Home series

Investor $1,000–$2,499

Robert Z. Aliber • Ginia Allison • Lola Baldwin • Mark and Ann Beams • Richard and Diana Beattie • John and Priscilla Benson • Joanne M. Conroy • Rachel Dratch • Tina Foster and Brian Boland • Gail L. Kellogg • Charlotte S. Metcalf • Hilary and Lyon Polk • Herb and Patricia Prem • Stephanie B. Reininger • Bill and Jane Stetson • Harold Swartz and Ann Flood • Joseph and Dorothy Tofel • Huntley and Lynne Whitacre • Jennifer and Stanton Williams

Photo: we presented CARTOGRAPHY by Kaneza Schaal and Christopher Myers as part of our Hop@Home series

Partner $500–$999

Anonymous (5) • Jim and Carol Baum • Cherise Bransfield • Peter and Susan Brink • Joan R. Burchenal* • Ilana Cass and Bear Barnes • Judy and John Chypre • Patricia and William Clerkin • Ann and Ed Craxton • Julia and Jim Davidson • Peter and Helen Fahey • James Feuille and Nancy Murray • Milton and Carolyn Frye • Barbara and Michael Gerling • Robert Gordon and Marjorie Mann • Philip and Catherine Harrison • Joseph Helble and Rebecca Dabora • Walter and Frances Herbert • David and Kate Hewitt • Patricia Jackson and Will Millard • Gilliam Johnston and Cathy Morrow • Kevin and Punam Keller • Linda Kelly and Kurt Moser • Paul and Joyce Killebrew • Steven Leach and Kathryn Kirkland • Robert Leaton and Patricia Dickens • Robert and Barbara Levenson • Robert and Lisa Lider • Erzo Luttmer and Ellen Meara • Brendan MacLean • Ralph and Sally Manuel • Carolyn and Peter Mertz • Robert Meyers and Phyllis Arata-Meyers • Richard Mills and Gretchen May • William and Margaret Montgomery • James and Sharon Morgan • Peter and Marsha Pratt • Ann and Fredric Price • James and Amy Ricker • David and Barbara Roby • John and Karen Sanders • Jack and Barbara Shirman • Carol and Harold Sox • Carolyn Watson and Stanley Rinehart • Fadia Williamson • Joanne Wise

Photo: Aga Khan Master Musicians participated in our Hop@Home series

Advocate $250–$499

Anonymous (4) • John and Suzanne Adams • Connie Anderson and Orson St. John • Sandra Anderson and Reeve Williams • Peter Armstrong • Lester and Sharon Arnold • Duncan and Dorothy Aspinwall • Paul Baker • Lisa Baldez and John Carey • Becky Barnes and Scott Fonville • James and Jane Barrett • Donald and Christine Bartlett • Cheryl Bascomb and David Van Wie • George and Barbara Beal • Judith and Edward Becker • Jeffrey and Kate Bell • Jonathan Bellis and Ginny Gwynn • Alexander Bernhard and Myra Mayman • Michael and Ellen Bettmann • Charles and Gillian Billo • Alfred and Karen Blum • Andy Boghosian • Francis and Margaret Bowles • Susan Brison and Tom Trezise • Spencer Burdge and Steve Lyon • Dawn Carey and Christopher Smith • Dr. Mary Chamberlin • Faye Anne and John Chaplin • Keith Chrisman • Kevin and Priscilla Connolly • Elizabeth and Todd Cook • Goodie and David Corriveau • Marilyn R. Crichlow • Judith Cross • Judith and Thomas Csatari • Jane B. Darrach • Gwen des Cognets • Mary B. Doyle • John and Virginia Dresser • Julie Dunfey and Julia Daniell • Beatrice and Antony Edgar • John Engelman • Nicole Faulkner • Florence Fogelin • Ann and Bruce Garland • John and Caroline Gilbert • Susan and Jeff Goodell • Greg and Nadia Gorman • Lewis and Rosie Greenstein • Marshall and Margaret Guill • Jeffrey Hafner and Elizabeth Roberts • Barbara F. Hall • Deborah Hannam • Simon and Kimberley Hillier • Deming and Romer Holleran • Donald and Anne Hovey • Edith L. Hubbell • Lucy and Michael James • Pamela Jenkins and David Kotz • Gerard and Emily Jones • Ann Justice • Margaret Kemp and Bernard Rosen • William P. Kennedy • Elizabeth F. Kohl • Donald Kollisch and Patricia Glowa • Michael Lake and Sarah Pinneo • Laura and Jim Larrick • Roger and Joanne Lenke • Ronnie Lesser and Erica Schoenberg • William and Mary Ann Lewis • Brett Long • Jean B. Mallary • Robert Margolin and Virginia Volk • Robert and French McConnaughey • Thomas and Dianne McFarland • Robert and Lucy McLellan • Karen Meyers and Richard Blair • Joyce A. Miller • James Nachtwey • Richard and Sharon Nordgren • Sherri and Curt Oberg • Linda and Ernst Oidtmann • Michael Pacht and Barbara Barry • Lynne Parshall • William and Elizabeth Pierce • Jay and Susan Pierson • Winthrop Piper and Mundy Wilson • Brian Pogue and Jane Henry • Catherine Pomiecko and George Martins • Mary Quinton-Barry and James Barry • Jane L. Ralph • Isa and Robert Rex • Les and Diane Riman • Raymond and Lenita Robbins • David and Kathryn Roberts • Andrew Rockwell and Bartlett Leber • Melissa and Daniel Richards • Leonard and Sylvie Rudolf • Elisabeth W. Russell* • Brinna and Frank Sands • Santosh Sangarasivam and Dipankar Choudhury • Florence L. Short • Peter and Anne Silberfarb • Marion and Michael Simpson • Roger and Carol Sloboda • Leif and Gunilla Smedman • Jacqueline Smith • Martia R. Smith Jr. • Patricia Spellman and James Westrich • Ingrid and Joseph Stallsmith • Catherine Stanger and Alan Budney • Rob and Janice Starkey • Ruth and Fred Stavis • Bruce and Betsy Stefany • Marilyn and Emanuel Sturman • Richard Waddell and Pierre Fournier • Graham and Suzanne Wallis • Anne Walsh and Steven Buller • Sharon Washington and Charles Schultz • Elizabeth and John Weingarten • Richard and Suzanne Whiting • Susan and Robert Williams • Jo Anne L. Withington • Jane Woods • James and Susan Wright • Bill and Rosalie Wyman

Photo: Fujiwara/Halvorson/Bynum Trio performing in the Hop Courtyard

Fan $100–$249

Anonymous (37) • Barbara Abraham and Edward Waters • Mary and Lou Adler • Tish Aldom • Don and Elyse Allan • Jacqueline A. Allen • Jean Allen • Perry Allison and Michael Schunk • Kal Alston • Jeanne and Brad Altberger • Lisa and David Andrews • Margery Andrews • Patty Armstrong and Fred Perkins • Martha and Mark Arnold • Paul P. Ashley • Gert and Jan Assmus • Richard and Nancy Asthalter • Andrea Axelrod • Merwyn and Carol Bagan • William H. Bailey • Anne Baird and Stephen Campbell • Beverly and Jeffrey Balch • Jeanne and Perry Ball • Jane Bancroft • Betty Barba • Stephen and Sallie Barker • Jane A. Barlow • Carol Barr Ph.D. and Donald Graham • Tamara and James Barry • Stephen Bartels and Elizabeth Tomlinson • Jean M. Bates • Diane Belback • Marcia Bender • Elizabeth Bengtson and Thomas Aldrich • Bernard Benn • Steven and Cynthia Bensen • Iris Berezin • Jerice Bergstrom • Judith and James Bernat • Richard and Arlene Bettigole • David and Carole Bibeau • Peter and Chrysanthi Bien • Anne and Jeffrey Blackburn • Edward Blanchard and Nancy Putnam • Stephen M. Bloch • John Bodel and Sally Armstrong • Barnes Boffey • Cheryl Boghosian and Neil Roth • Lizi Boyd and Gordon Greenfield • Virginia Brack and Clay Block • Leslie and Tuck Bradford • David and Ann Bradley • Daniel Brand • Frances C. Brokaw • Arthur and Linda Brown • Jennifer and Roger Brown • Kevin Brown • Marg and Philip Brown • William and Jean Brown • Tom and Ellen Brydges • Sherri and Corey Burchman • Pamela and Peter Burghardt • Peter and Jean Burling • Philip and Judith Bush • Carolyn M. Byrne • Leonard and Mary Ann Cadwallader • Margaret and Timothy Caldwell • Paul and Margaret Calter • Meghan and Thomas Candee • Oliver Caplan • Mitzi Carleton and David Colt • Anne Carlin and Kevin Civale • Cindy Carlson • Simon Carr and Lynn Adams • Anne Carter • Nancy and Conrad Carter • Peter and Deborah Carter • Susan Carter • David Carton and Kathy Brown • Jay Cary and Deborah Robinson • Michael and Jennifer Casey • Christopher J. Cassell • Brian Catlin • Margaret Caudill-Slosberg and Richard Slosberg • Aileen Chaltain • Elizabeth and Parker Chamberlin • Robert and Jan Chapman • Steven Chapman and Cathy Shubkin • Priscilla and William Chester • Alison and Frederick Chisolm • Robert W. Christie • Martha G. Clark • Russell and Jane Deane Clark • Alison Clarkson and Oliver Goodenough • William Clendenning • Renie W. Cline • Anne Cloudman and Ori Schnaps • Alison A. Coady • Ann and Sam Colin • Anne F. Collins • Wendy and Charlie Conquest • Bernard and Christine Conroy • Donna M. Consolini • Nicole Conte and Matthew Stevens • Skip and Christine Cook • Gerald and Barbara Cooper • Lisa and Richard Correa • Hal J. Coughlin • Greg Crowley and Amber Barnato • Carol and Gene Currotto • Gregory and Elizabeth Daniels • Robert and Sara Danziger • Anne Day and Alex Rimberg • Sue Deaett • Lindsay Dearborn • Gareth R. DeBourguignon • Kathleen Dechant and Ralph Hammock • Barbara DeFelice and Christopher Levey • Stacie Deiner and Mark Sunderwirth • Jeffrey Demers and Diane McNamara • Peter DeShazo and Marsha Price • Karen Didricksen and Charlie Acker • Christina and Carter Dodge • Elizabeth Dolfi and Evelina Stoicou • Marianne and Brian Doyle • Margaret A. Drinker • Mary and Hannah Drummond • Robert Drysdale and Patricia Higgins • Richard and Nancy Dutton • Suzanne and Leo Dworsky • Katharine Z. Eaton • Joan Ecker • Brian and Susan Edwards • Christopher Eldredge and Sophie Sparrow • Midge and Tim Eliassen • Jeannie Ellis and Dave Pelletier • Margery and Stuart Elsberg • Linda and Richard Ely • Donald and Elizabeth Esinhart • Kim and Nick Estes • Harlan Fair and Granthia Preston • Courtney and Jonathan Farrell • Noel and Anne Fidel • Judith M. Flynn • Patricia Fowler • Stephens and Linda Fowler • Jon Fox and Darrell Hotchkiss • Phyllis and Mindy Fox • Deena Frankel and Greg Dana • Barry and Barbara Freedman • Michael and Margaret Galbraith • Ann and Henry Gallagher • John and Sylvia Garfield • Leane P. Garland • Charlene Gates • James and Karen Geiling • Gwendolen D. Gensler • Paul Gerke • Mary Victor Giersch • Laura Gillespie • Susan Gillotti • Goodwin and Rosalind Gilman • Roger and Elizabeth Gilmore • Benjamin and Sarah Gilson • Lillian Giornelli • Leah Goat and Heather Alexander • Gerard and Jane Gold • James Gold and Penny McConnel • Elizabeth and Michael Gonnerman • Stuart and Leane Gordon • Mary and Steve Gorman • Frank Governali and Terry Ann Scriven • Kirthi and Vijay Govindarajan • Nancy and David Grant • Joanne and Leah Greenberg • Kara Greenblott and Chris Rivers • Grant and Kim Gregory • Garth and Lindsay Greimann • Clark and Happy Griffiths • Jennifer and Kevin Groves • David Gundy • Rob Gurwitt and Karen Harris • Carl and Nancy Hagge • Deborah Hall and James Woods • Deborah J. Hall • Hilary Hamilton and Donald Kreis • Bonnie and Alan Hammerschlag • Janette Hannah • Grace Harde • Janet and Douglas Hardy • Robert and Ann Hargraves • John and Alice Harrison • Anne M. Hartmann • Julie R. Haskell • Susan and James Hatem • Elizabeth Hazlett and John Kerr II • Fiona Heaney • Harley W. Heath • Charles M. Hebble • Paul and Marylou Hecht • Daniel and Marilee Hedges • Betty Ann Heistad • Michael and Susan Heitner • Donald and Jane Helms • Martha Hennessey and Stephen Severson • Robert Herz • Elizabeth B. Heston • Helene B. Hickey • Richard and Nancy Higgerson • Stacy M. Higgins • Patricia H. Highberg • Grace H. Hill • Paul and Amy Hoffman • Mary Ann Holbrook • Peter Holman • Elyse Holsberg and Peter Merrill • Garlan and Heidi Hoskin • Jeanne Hover and Stewart Ketcham • Pat and Sherman Hunter • Lorie Ishimatsu • Joanna R. Jackson • Dean and Jamie Jarvis • Jennifer Jerit and Jason Barabas • Bruce and Marsha Johnson • Dan Johnson and Creigh Moffatt • Madeleine Johnson • Margaret Johnson • Stuart and Penelope Johnson • Barbara H. Jones • Carolyn and Richard Judson • Margaret Karagas and Jeremy Stephenson • Karla and Richard Karash • Dennis and Sue Kaufman • Thomas P. Kealy • Elizabeth and Peter Keene • Robert and Jean Keene • Ann and Rusty Keith • Jason Kelley and Susan Johnson • Mark and Elise Kendall • Annette and John Kennedy • Kathleen M. Kentner • Katherine and Edward Kimball • Liisa Kissel • Katie and Davis Kitchel • Daniel and Jeanne Kleinman • Nancy M. Kohn • Elizabeth and Richard Kolehmainen • Lisa Kopas-Lane and Jon Lane • Ann Kraybill and Greg Colling • Beth Krusi and Sandy Harris • Nancy B Kuemmerle • Josh Labove • John and Demetra LaCrosse • Antoinette LaMonica and Lawrence Young • Andrew Lane • Joan R. Lang • Fred and Ruth Lappin • John and Donna Largent • Nancy LaRowe • Larry and Nancy Larsen • Blanche Lavoie and Bonnie Bollman • Patricia and David Lawlor • Micheline LeBlanc and Thomas DeBoni • Linda Lee • Richard and Pamela Lee • Sarah LeHan • David M. Lemal • David and Renee Lent • James and Elaine Lenz • Barbara and Frank Lesher • Gary and Dianne Levine • Bronwen B. Lewis• Gustav and Linda Lienhard • Mary R. Lincoln • Judith Lindahl • Charles Lindner and Jane Finlay • Carol and George Little • Hilary Llewellyn-Thomas and Philip Thorne • Frank and Drewry Logan • Patricia H. Long • Daniel Longnecker • Sarah Lord • Lois Lorimer and Bill Sullivan • Roderick Lovely and Maria Schell • Ann E. Low• Elsa M. Luker • Peter and Deborah Luquer • Ian and Jennifer Lutz • Barbara Lynch • James and Ellen Lynch • Morton and Susan Lynn • Lindsay MacIndoe and Wendy Holding • R. DeWitt and Vera Mallary • Raymond and Josette Malley • Robert Manchester • Paul and Wendy Manganiello • Chris Mann • Lou Maresca and Ruth Craig • Richard Mark and Ellis Robinson • Carol and Robert Marrazzo • John Mathews • Craig and Ebba McArt • Scott and Nina McCampbell • C. Robertson McClung and Mary Lou Guerinot • Norman E. McCulloch Jr. • Marlene McDonald and Carl Tracy • John and Emma McGeachie • Elizabeth McGuire • Christine McKenna • Ed and Juleann McLaughlin • Gail and Mark McPeek • Roger and Linda McWilliams • Claire and Robert Mead • Alexander Medlicott and Kristi Medill • Suzanne and David Mercado • Matthew and Roberta Merrens • Keith and Sherry Merrick • Deborah Metzger • Jill Michaels • Ellen Miles • Nancy and Frank Miles • Elizabeth and Walter Mills • Bill Mlacak and Joanna Whitcomb • Gerald and Evangeline Monroe • Carol Muller and Albert Henning Ph.D. • Nancy and David Muller • Claire Munck • James M. Murphy • Margaret W. Myers • Jennifer Nash Humphrey • Joanne Needham and Andy Johnson • Donald and Noel Neely • Henry and Elizabeth Nelson • Richard Neugass and Corlan Johnson • Fredrick Neuwirth and Anah Pytte • David and Catherine Newbury • John Niles • Jeffrey Nintzel and Susan Jamback • Walter and Joyce Noll • Karen North • Richard and Joanne Norton • Alice and Charles Nulsen • Elise and Kevin Nulton • Sarah O'Connor • Ellen and Arnie Offner • Jennifer E. O'Flaherty MD • Julia and Daniel O'Hara • Leon and Helen Oliver • Ardis Olson and Allen Dietrich • Zygmon and Joann Onacki • Anne and Philip Orenstein • Rosamond Orford • Fredrick and Susan Orkin • William Orth • Jane Osgood and Ted Hilles • Rosalind Osterbye and Robert Brannan • David and Mary Otto • Marjorie Owen and Charles Monahan • Gerald L. Paist • Henry Parker and Mary-Margaret Andrews • Lisa and David Pastel • Lucy Patti and Bill Merrylees • Judith Payne • Carl Pedersen and Laurie Johnson • Nancy and Vincent Pellegrini • Leon Petrus • Anne Peyton and Eric Darnell • Gordon and Linda Phillips • Margery Phillips • Kristina and George Phipps • Pat and J.J. Pippin • Amber H. Porter • Michael and Anne Potter • Sara and Kurt Potter • Robert Powell and Jane Meunier-Powell • Susan H. Pratt • Hannah and Eliza Prescott • Michael and Jeanne Prince • Antonio and Teri Pyle • Jane Quimby and Deborah Hanson • Victoria and Kevin Ramos-Glew • Khorshed Randeria • Margaret Read and Charles Russell • Judith Reeve and Kenneth Baker • Donna and Chuck Reilly • Robert Rettig • Carin Reynolds and Peter Kermond • Heidi Reynolds • Chris and Lauren Rhim • Horst Richter and Anne Pattison • Mary L. Ripley • John and Martha Robb • Eugenia Robbins • Kristin K. Robbins • Charlene Robillard • Kate and Andrew Robinson • Judith E. Rocchio • Ellis and Virginia Rolett • Lara and Joseph Ronan • Elizabeth and Timothy Rooney • Adina L. Roskies • Dennis Ross and Angella Gibbons • Marie Rossachacj and Jennifer Vitiello • Jean F. Rosston • Diane Roston • Barry and Arline Rotman • Peter and Priscilla Runstadler • Rusty and Marlene Sachs • Joseph and Nicole Saginor • Eric and Joanne Sailer • Jack and Laney Sammons • Avery Sargent and Julie Mulvihill • Steven and Jennifer Sargent • Kiki and Pierre Scalise • Jill and John Schiffman • Sue A. Schiller • Graham Clarke and Suzanne Schon • Robert Schultz and Noreene Davis • Ivy Schweitzer and Thomas Luxon • Rosemarie and Louis Scibetta • William Scott and Mary Lyons Scott • Audrey and Raymond Sears • Marc and Karen Seltzer • Nancy P. Sevcenko • Elizabeth Shabel • Kathleen and Jack Shepherd • Michelanne Shields and Dunia Rkein • Michael and Kimberly Shreve • Helen and Ephriam Shulman • Lawrence and Sheila Shulman • Norris and Willacene Siert • Bukiwe P. Sihlongonyane • Clay and Katherine Simpson • David and Diane Simpson • Thomas Simpson and Rosalind Page • John and Constance Skewes • Jonathan Skinner and Martha McLafferty • Robert Slocum and Cecelia Blair • Genevieve Smith • Stuart and Jean Smith • John and Liz Snell • Renee and Norman Snow • Nancy Snyder • Gina Sonne • Susan Spademan • Barbara Spaid and Virgil Miedema • C. Elizabeth Spencer • Thomas and Patricia Spencer • Peter and Peregrine Spiegel • Deborah Springhorn and Steve Silver • Lynne and John Stahler • George and Judith Stanger • Thomas and Sandra Stark • Heather Steliga • Eleanor B. Stephenson • Dennis Stern and Barbara Palmer • Rosalind Stevens and John Cavender • Elijah Stommel and Jasmin Bihler • William and Nan Stone • Sarah Strauss and Carrick Eggleston • Kris Strohbehn and Judith Austin-Strohbehn • Richard and Melinda Stucker • Andrew Supplee • Rick Swanson and Wendy Bruneau • Mary Ann and Richard Sweeney • Steven and Shiela Swett • Marsha Swislocki and Paul Natkiel • Peggy and David Tanner • Josephine H. Tate • Andrew and Antoinette Taylor • Ching-Wen P. Taylor • Jack and Christine Taylor • John and Lucy Taylor • Martha and Mark Tecca • Jonathan and Wendy Teller-Elsberg • Anthony and Barrie Thacher • Mark Thomas • Cynthia S. Thompson • Gwendolyn and Wendy Thompson • Dennis and Ann Thron • Judith Timchula • Howard and Carol Trachtenberg • Sarah and Ben True • Paula K. Tsai • Michael and Mary Ann van Beuren • Jodi and Timothy Van Leer • Amy VanderKooi and Pete Thoenen • James and Lucinda Varnum • John Venezia • Casey P. Villard • Timothy and Susan Wagg • Lucinda Walker and Peter Money • Robert and Carolyn Wallace • Tracy and Rob Walsh • David H. Ward • John and Gail Wasson • Juliana Way • David Webb • Claudia and Jonathan Weed • Tim Weed • Susan E. Weeks • Carol Weingeist • Christopher R. Weinmann • Don and Robin Weisburger • Leah and Charles Wheelan • Maynard and Sandra Wheeler • John and Jane Whelihan • Donna M. White • Mr. Allan Wieman • Katherine Wilkerson • Sarah and Charles Will • John and Perry Williamson • James Wilson and Margaret Parsons • Morton Wise and Barbara Pringle • Duncan and Sally Wood • Stewart and Kristin Wood • Peter and Penny Wright • Michael Wyatt and Giorgio Alberti • Eugene Yeates • Kathryn Zug and William Laycock

Photo: Dianne McIntyre participated in our Hop to Broadway series

*indicates deceased