ABOUT THE LEADERSHIP

Marc Robin

Executive Artistic Producer

Marc Robin has worked extensively in this “Business we call show” since he was Toto in The Wizard of Oz … age 4. He is honored to continue his relationship with this magnificent organization and starts his 21st year with the opening of this season. (He was a guest director in 2001 for Evita, became Artistic director in 2009 and is about to start his 6th year as Executive Artistic Producer.) He has staged over 450 productions including shows in London, New York, Chicago, and California. He has garnered many awards and nominations including Joseph Jefferson, After Dark, Barrymoore, and Broadway World to name a few. When he isn’t at the Fulton, he can be found at his second home at Maine State Music Theatre in Brunswick Maine where he is beginning his 15th Summer Season. He is grateful to everyone that has been a part of the Breakout Performance Campaign for the creation and opening of the new Ed and Jeannie Arnold Center for the Performing Arts. Dreams really do come true!!!

Marc Robin has worked extensively in this “Business we call show” since he was Toto in The Wizard of Oz … age 4. He is honored to continue his relationship with this magnificent organization and starts his 21st year with the opening of this season. (He was a guest director in 2001 for Evita, became Artistic director in 2009 and is about to start his 6th year as Executive Artistic Producer.) He has staged over 450 productions including shows in London, New York, Chicago, and California. He has garnered many awards and nominations including Joseph Jefferson, After Dark, Barrymoore, and Broadway World to name a few. When he isn’t at the Fulton, he can be found at his second home at Maine State Music Theatre in Brunswick Maine where he is beginning his 15th Summer Season. He is grateful to everyone that has been a part of the Breakout Performance Campaign for the creation and opening of the new Ed and Jeannie Arnold Center for the Performing Arts. Dreams really do come true!!!

FULTON THEATRE STAFF

Production

Scenery

Production Manager: William Mohney

Technical Director: Benjamin Miller

Assistant Technical Director: Andrew Thomas

Charge Scenic Artist: Sean Cox

Scenic Artist: Andrue Morgan

Scenic Apprentice: Samantha Didyoung

Master Carpenter/Welder: Ethan Dashnaw

Carpenter: Joe O’Dowd

Automation Specialist: Matty Vasquez

Shop Volunteers: Ron Comley, Dale Hamby

Lighting and Sound

Sound Director: Josh Allamon

Audio Engineer : Tyler Horn

Lighting Director: Colin Riebel

Master Electrician: Mary Lana Rice

Costumes

Costume Shop Supervisor/Wig and Makeup Designer: Anthony Lascoskie, Jr.

Head of Wardrobe: Deena Dougherty

Props

Props Designer/Manager: Katelin Walsko

Assistant Prop Manager: Meg Valentine

Stage Management

Production Stage Manager: Timothy Markus

Stage Manager: Rebekah Church

Stage Manager: Domingo Mancuello

Music

Resident Music Director and Contractor: Ben McNaboe

Administration

Business Office

Dir. of Human Resources & Financial Services: Patty Moore

Executive Assistant and Board Liaison: Steven Green

Donor and Customer Data Manager: Allison Fuhrman

HR Support Specialist: Sara Habecker

Education

Dir. of Education & Outreach: StephJo Wise

Education & Outreach Coordinator: Starleisha Gingrich

Development

Dir. of Corporate Relations & Grants: Richard T. Bowen

Dir. of Advancement & Government Relations: Nicole Hackmann

Annual Fund and Foundation Dir.: Jeffrey Coon

Development Operations Associate: Kevin Hower

Sales and Marketing

Dir. of Sales, Mktg & Strategic Development: Eric Pugh

Digital Communications Manager: Kevin Faraci

Creative Partner: Kinectiv

Guest Services

Asst. Sales, & Guest Services Manager: Michelle Schaeffer

Outbound Sales Specialist: Ryan Dean Schoening

Group Sales Specialist: Gianna Miranda

Outbound Sales Associate: Jamie Bromley

Outbound Sales Associate: Corey Landis

Guest Services Associate: Katherine "Kat" Rodriguez

Events

Events Coordinator: Margee Stevenson

Front of House

House Manager: Andrea Wright

House Manager: Donna Lascoskie

House Manager: Tatiana Komori-Hertz

Bar & Concessions Manager: Chad Buffington

Concessions

Bartenders: Brenna Diehl, Linda Valentino, Sherri Weimer

Concessions Support / Gift Shop Staff: Lori Cole, Kiana Corley, Danielle Distefano, Barb Kurtz, Rick Kurtz, Nicole Migliore, Pam Neidig, Jon Perini, Jane Windlebleck

Company Management

Casting Associate: Joey Abramowicz

Company Manager: Katie Wilhelm

Assistant Company Manager: Deb Bielek

Facilities

Facilities Manager: Jeff Pfeiffer

Facilities Manager: Rick Lewis

Board of Trustees

Officers

Elliot Sterenfeld – President

Brian T. Rutter – Vice President

Nancy S. Arnold – Treasurer

Susan O. Wood – Secretary

Members

Barbara K. Altmann, Ph.D

Jeanne Donlevy Arnold

David C. Beidleman

Thomas W. Bergen

Justina Juvonen Dodge

Wendell L.Funk, MD

Abbie Gonick

David W. Groff

Tracy Lin Horst

Eric W. Howard, DMD, PhD

Lynn Mills

Avi Patel

Marc Robin

Michael Rowen

Ian Ruzow

Joshua L. Schwartz

Kit Slaugh

Danene Sorace

Marshall W. Snively

Dave Taylor

Patrick Tell

R. Patrick Wood

Trustees Emeriti

L. Thomas Gemmill, Jr.*

Elisabeth H. Habecker*

Joan O’Brien*

Deidre W. Simmons

* Past President, Fulton Board of Trustees

The Fulton operates under an agreement between the League of Resident Theatres (LORT) and Actors’ Equity Association, the Union for Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States and employs members of Stage Directors and Choreographers Society and United Scenic Artists. The theatre is also a member of the National Alliance for Musical Theatre, Theatre for Young Audiences/USA, and the American Alliance for Theatre and Education. Designated a National Historic Landmark in 1969 by the U.S. Department of the Interior, the theatre was also a founding member of the League of Historic American Theatres.