List of STAGES Supporters

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We are honored to recognize the supporters and friends that make STAGES Youth Theater’s programming possible. We simply couldn’t do it without you!

THE STAGES YOUTH THEATER 
2018 CONTRIBUTOR LISTING

Jennifer Allen
Grace Bauer
Andrea Berry
Eric & Elizabeth Bliss
William Boutwell
Andrea Bryson
Shannon Campbell
Jennine Cannizzo
Coastal Root Bitters
Evan Cuddy
Heather Davis
Katie Day & Emily Dixon
Barbara Dunham
Peter Eiermann & Sally Struever
Kimberly Fallona

Julie Fitzgerald
Brian & Julie Fournier
Maria Fox & Mark Shaughnessy
John & Samantha Foti

Deirdre Fulton McDonough
James & Kelli Heffley
Carolyn Graney
Marissa Hutchins
Mykaila Hutchins
The Stephen & Tabitha King Foundation
Daniel & Stacey Koloski
Maine Farm & Sea Cooperative
Daniel & Susan Mancine
Carmen Mandley
Sam & Bethany Mateosian
Olivia Orr
Oxbow Blending & Bottling
Julie Plummer
Elizabeth Provost
Kerry Rasor
Tony Reilly
Dave & Hollye Seddon
Dave & Judy Seddon
Diane Vafiades
Tara Wardrop
Kristin Westra

Victoria Wilson
Tim & Monica Wright

STAGES also gratefully acknowledges the following organizations and individuals who contributed time, advice/expertise and other resources in getting our venue and programs up and running: Graham Duncan, Kelly Steinhagen & Breakwater School; Corey Anderson, Perry Fertig & University of Southern Maine Department of Theater; Craig Robinson; Jones, Rich & Barnes; Teri Coviello & Woodfords Congregational Church; Mackenzie O’Connor; Allen Baldwin & Strongpaw Productions.


This list includes donations made in 2018. We make every effort to keep this list up to date and complete – please contact us if there are any errors or omissions.

“Theater/STAGES was a critical part of my children’s development. Educators talk of the importance of sports and ‘teamwork.’ My non-athletic kids learned that through theater. They both appreciate the importance of expression through the arts….they are better people for it!”

Liz Freeman, STAGES Parent

“STAGES allowed me to be creative, and to be myself, and for that I’m eternally grateful.”

Hallie Scammell, STAGES Alum