Thursday, October 30, 2014

Tucson Improv Movement is proud to present a special night of comedy on Halloween Night at 7PM!


From: Justin Lukasewicz []
Sent: Thursday, October 30, 2014 6:32 AM
Subject: Celebrate Halloween with TIM


Pumpkin Spiced Comedy with TIM this Halloween!


TIM Comedy Theater

329 East 7th St.

Tucson, Arizona 85719

Tel: (520) 314-7299


Tucson Improv Movement is proud to present a special night of comedy on Halloween Night at 7PM!


BOOgatti will open the night conjuring up the spirit of the first improviser Viktor BOOgatti in a haunted long form show. 


Then a very special one-time only show COMPLETELY IN THE DARK!  Our TIMprovisers will perform "The Bat", a long-form show with the lights out!


Halloween costume contest: winning costume gets FOUR tickets to a future TIM show and a TIM t-shirt, second place gets TWO tickets to a future show!


This Bat features the cast of The Soap Box and some special guests: Catherine Bartlett, Michael Dean, Ben Dietzel, Andrew Hatch, Cory Jenks, Daniel Kirby, Justin Lukasewicz, & Jessica Peck!



Improv Throwdown Saturday at 7 PM


Start your November off right with an Epic Battle for Street Cred.  Fast paced, gut busting short form comedy is awaiting your laughs!  Show highlights include freestyle rapping, competitive comedy challenges, audience participation,  and stand-up style jokes made-up on the spot!


MC: Catherine Bartlett

Red: Dave Devery, Esther Brilliant, Raymond Thomas

Black: Justin Lukasewicz, Clare Horton, Dan Kellish





BOOgatti and TIM INC Saturday at 9 PM


Join us at 9 PM on Saturday night for BOOgatti's last show ever!  A sophisticated evening of long from improv comedy will bring you ghoulish delight.  Catch BOOgatti before they vanish into the night!


The cast of BOOgatti features: Dave Devery, Ben Dietzel, Clare Horton, Jessica Peck, Stephanie Lovinger, Shanna Leonard & Raymond Thomas!


TIM INC will open the show!  Performing the harold, the world's most famous and widely performed long fromat.  Developed by Del Close in Chicago during the 1960's and made famous by the UCB Theater in New York City!





Local: 520-314-7299




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Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Arts grants information from TPAC


Sent: Wednesday, October 29, 2014 3:11 PM
Subject: Extra Extra!

2014/2015 Pima County Project Grants Now Available!
Deadline: Monday, December 1, 2014
Pima County Arts Project Grants provide support for programs that contribute to the rural community's participation in the arts and promote local arts programming. Nonprofit arts organizations and community organizations that have evidence of support in the Pima County community served are eligible to apply. Projects must occur in Pima County (outside Tucson City limits). For full details and to apply

2014/2015 General Operating Support Grant (GOS)
Deadline:Thursday, November 6, 2014
The 2014/2015 GOS Quality of Life Grant is designed to sustain and grow the cultural vitality of our non-profit arts and cultural sector by supporting the presentation, aesthetic advancement and engagement with art and culture in Tucson and Pima County. For full details and to apply.

Tucson Pima Arts Council - Seeking Part-Time Marketing and Communications Specialist
The Marketing and Communications Specialist is the lead individual responsible for the development and implementation of marketing strategies for the Tucson Pima Arts Council (TPAC), the designated art council for the City of Tucson and Pima County.  TPAC's mission is to "foster artistic expression, civic participation and the economic growth of our diverse community by supporting, promoting and advocating for arts and culture." TPAC provide arts and cultural development services through direct funding, technical assistance, commissions / contracts to artists and arts organizations, and to select cultural projects. For job description and to apply.



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Casting Call, "The Shooting of Frank Stilwell"

The Shooting of Frank Stilwell

Location: Tucson AZ

Type: Other Projects

Sparc Interactive is looking for the following cast members to be a part of a proof-of-concept video shoot for an augmented reality project. Actors who have their own period appropriate costumes should wear those to the audition. Please be sure to read entire casting alert before applying.

Cast list
Wyatt Earp – early to mid 40s, male
Virgil Earp – early to mid 40s, male
Allie Earp – Late 30s to early 40s, female
Doc Holliday – early to mid 30s, male
Frank Stillwell – Mid 20s to early 30s, male
Sherman McMaster – late 20s to mid 30′s, male
Historian – 50's to 70's, male
News boy – under 16 males
Extras, conductors, porters and train workers, people to greet passengers 8-10 people

Audition Details
Date: 11/02/2014
Time: 2PM
Location: CoLab Workspace, 17 E Pennington St, Tucson, AZ 85701
Protocol: Script will be provided. Some improv may be asked for.

Production Details
Shoot Date: November, exact date(s) dependent upon role
Location: Dependent upon role

City or Location of call: Tucson AZ
Please submit to:




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IFA Adds $2,000 in Prize Money to Best Actor Awards - nominations open until 10/31


From: Chris []
Sent: Wednesday, October 29, 2014 10:02 AM
Subject: IFA Adds $2,000 in Prize Money to Best Actor Awards


To acknowledge that so much great acting in Arizona goes without any monetary compensation, Independent Film Arizona has elected to add $2,000 in prize money to accompany it's Best Actor Awards.  $1,000 will be given to the recipient of the award for best male actor and an additional $1,000 will be given to the recipient of the award for best female actor.


Anyone can nominate an actor for the best actor awards by sending the actor's name and the actor's e-mail address to  The only eligibility requirements are that the actor either lives or has worked in Arizona.


Nominations will close on Friday, October 31 at Noon.  So get your nominations in now.


From the nominations, a panel of judges will select 10 finalists.


At Independent Film Arizona's Monday, November 3 Meeting, (7 PM at Connect Workspace, 33 South 5th Avenue, Tucson at 7 PM) -- IFA's membership will vote  from the list of finalists to select two winners (one male and one female).  The winners will be announced and the prize money will be awarded at the meeting.  (It's all about immediate gratification.)


We hope you come to the November 3 IFA Meeting (7 PM at Connect, 33 South 5th Avenue, Tucson) to vote for best actor and find out who will win the best actor awards.  There will be a presentation on ultra-low budget filmmaking (while the votes are being counted) and after the awards are announced you will have an opportunity to watch the US premiere of the film Ambiguity (which was shoot in Guatemala and in Tucson).  All IFA meetings are free and open to all.


Independent Film Arizona is a 501 (c)(3)non-profit corporation  dedicated to supporting and promoting filmmakers in Southern Arizona.  You can join IFA by going to its website at and making a $25 tax deductible contribution. 


Independent Film Arizona.  An Irrational Exuberance for Film.



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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

See Films & Explore the Detective Genre at the UA - free


From: UA School of Theatre, Film and TV []
Sent: Tuesday, October 28, 2014 5:25 PM
Subject: See Films & Explore the Detective Genre at the UA



Widescreen Wednesday
The Art of Detection Series



November 5, 2014



UA Center for Creative Photography
1030 N. Olive Road
Tucson, AZ 85721



The public's never-ending fascination with detective stories stretches at least as far back as the 19th century, and continues today. This series of detective films and TV shows presents examples of the classic detective, but also branches out to include broader definitions of "detective," as well as exciting mysteries from countries such as the United Kingdom and Australia. Attend the series, and you may find your own definition of "detective" changing...and you may discover a new favorite film, or two.
Have FUN and enjoy a brief presentation by a School of Theatre, Film & Television faculty member just before the screening.







The great British gentleman detectives - Sherlock Holmes...Hercule Poirot...Inspector Morse - all exude integrity, competence and charm. For this screening, we look at something completely different as we explore the darker side of the British detective genre through Edward "Fitz" Fitzgerald (played by Robbie Coltrane), a police psychologist, who is excellent at working his way into the minds of criminals, but is himself a wreck. In the series Cracker, Coltrane's Fitz demonstrates British TV's sophisticated confrontation of questions of morality and decency.


Cracker is preceded
by the short film,

Spatial Recognition
by senior
UA Film & Television
student, Andrew Katsinas

There is no charge for
Widescreen Wednesdays
Open to the Public
No tickets required
No reservations required

(Left: film still from
Spatial Recognition)



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Casting Call: Cowboys for IFA's Rethink That PSA Cowboys and Horses


From: Independent Film []
Sent: Tuesday, October 28, 2014 5:21 PM
Subject: Casting for Cowboys


Independent Film Arizona is casting for three additional cowboys (18 to 80) for the Rethink That PSA Cowboys and Horses.


Our final shoot for this project will be at 7 PM on Thursday, October 30 at CoLab -- 17 East Pennington, Tucson.


Each actor must provide his own authentic cowboy wardrobe.


Send an e-mail expressing interest to  If we have already filmed you for this project, we do NOT need to film you again.


A description of the project follows:


Horses and Cowboys.  Tight shots of cows in a herd.  "We've got the cows."  Tight shots of horses bucking and galloping.  "We've got the horses."  Tight shot of cowboys in a gunfight.  "We've got the cowboys."  Shot of a beautiful cowgirl walking out of saloon doors wearing suede cowgirl pants.  She ends the shot by slapping her own ass.  "We've got the suede britches."  The announcer says: If you are not planning on shooting your next movie in Arizona: [The beautiful cowgirl in suede britches says:]  "Rethink That."



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Diane Van Deurzen & Lisa Otey at Harlow Gardens Nov. 1st!




SAT., NOV. 1
5620 E. Pima
$25 includes appetizers & drinks
7:00pm, reception at 6:00pm
call 298.3303, opt. 4 for tickets 

Hi everyone,

Tucson's oldest family nursery, Harlow Gardens, has invited us back for another concert under the stars! Diane Van Deurzen & Lisa Otey will perform a 2-hour concert in this beautiful setting. Come early and enjoy appetizers and drinks while you stroll the grounds and check out the art gallery. They have a wonderful gift shop there as well. Harlow Gardens presents just a few concerts a year. We are thrilled to sing there again and hope to see you there! Please call 298.3303, opt. 4 to make a reservation or stop by before 5pm to pick up your tickets. See you then!

-Diane & Lisa 


Lonely Street Productions presents "FATS" A Tribute to Fats Domino

FATS - A Tribute to Fats Domino, Wednesday, November 12, 2014 - 7:30pm

Starring Eric-Jan Overbeek

Wednesday, November 12, 2014


Produced by Lonely Street Productions. Dutch pianist/singer Eric Jan Overbeek, aka Mr. Boogie Woogie, brings his critically acclaimed salute to the music of the legendary Fats Domino to Arizona. Antoine "Fats" Domino was one of the pioneers of Rock & Roll, with chart-topping hits including "Ain't That a Shame," "I'm Walking" and "Blueberry Hill." Don't miss this one-of-a-kind rhythm and blues extravaganza! "I never heard a band that comes this close to the Fats Domino Band" - Jim Moliere (Fats' guitar player for 25 years.)


$25 inclusive $30 door


Price includes all applicable taxes

We do not guarantee ticket availability at door

All ticket sales are final

We reserve the right to cancel any event



Click here to buy Tickets:


DesertView Performing Arts Center

Venue:           DesertView Performing Arts Center


            39900 Clubhouse Drive


Tucson, AZ 85739 (US)

Phone:           ( 520 ) 825-2818

Fax:    ( 520 ) 825-9155





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FREE FIRST SATURDAYS! November 1, 2014


Valley of the Moon is open and FREE the first Saturday of every month. Please join us this Saturday, November 1, from 5 PM until 8 PM for a stroll around Tucson's enchanted fantasy park. Feel free to bring a friend and a picnic! Harry Potter and the Haunted Ruins will have ended but the magic will still be strong!


What: Costumes and Cameras

Date: Saturday, November 1

Time: 5 pm to 8 pm

Price: FREE FREE FREE (but we do love your donations)





Calling all first-year Witches and Wizards! This October Valley of the Moon presents an original theatrical production: Harry Potter and the Haunted Ruins! Join Harry, Ron, Hermione, and all your favorite professors for this amazing magical romp through the newest Hogwarts campus: Valley of the Moon!


The Hogwarts Express leaves the station every 20 minutes. The first show embarks at 6 PM and the last at 8:20, with an extra show at 8:40 on Fridays and Saturdays. This Tucson tradition has become very popular so please come early. Gates open at 5:30 and tickets are limited! All comers get a FREE Magic Wand from Ollivander's Wand Shop.


Tucson Food Truck Rally will be on hand with pizza, hot dogs, kettle corn, and more so bring your appetite as well as your imagination.


Costumes are always welcome and encouraged!


This production takes visitors on a walking tour through Valley of the Moon. If you have special needs please feel free to get in touch to make arrangements. We strive to make our shows accessible to everyone.


Dates: October 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19*, 24, 25, 26, 28, 29, 30

Time: 6:00pm to 8:20pm (8:40 PM on Friday and Saturday)

Price: $10. 15 and under are FREE!

Tickets available at the gate!


*Sunday October 19 Only: Diaper Night to benefit the Diaper Bank of Southern Arizona. One free ticket with every package of diapers. Sizes 4, 6, toddler pullups, and adult incontinence supplies are especially needed.




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Happy Birthday Edith Head!

Happy Birthday Edith Head!

October 28, 1897 - October 24, 1981

"Like good fashion, you are timeless!"


"It's a wonderful story with a great performance."

- Huffington Post


Susan Claassen in

eh crop necklaceEH Small Logoeh/bw


Paddy Calistro and Susan Claassen 

An Evening of Wit, Wisdom and a Whisper of Gossip with the "Reel" Diva of Design!


Phoenix New Times Best Actress Award 2012



Upcoming Tour Dates 2015

February 12-15, 2015

The Invisible Theatre

Tucson, Arizona


February 20, 2015

Edith "Head to Toe" Fashion Show

with Fashion by Robert Black
Skyline Country Club 

Tucson, Arizona


May 7, 2015

Working Wardrobes 

Costa Mesa, CA


May 19-20, 2015

Austin Cabaret Theatre

Austin, Texas


Stay connected for exciting project announcements ...

BIG announcements coming soon!



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Monday, October 27, 2014




From: The Great American Playhouse [] On Behalf Of The Great American Playhouse
Sent: Monday, October 27, 2014 5:18 PM
Subject: GAP Beetle-Juiced Special




Come Celebrate Halloween with Beetlejuice and his cast of crazy characters!

YOU READ THAT RIGHT!  Thursday 10/30, Friday 10/31, Saturday 11/1 & Sunday 11/2!

Buy one Adult Ticket and get one half price.

Come see the show the Arizona Daily Star calls "a hoot!"
Call the Box Office to make your reservations.
Box Office opens 10AM Tue-Sat(12PM Sun)
Great American Playhouse
13005 N Oracle Rd
Tucson, AZ 85739




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By Chuck Graham,


photo by Ken Huth
Susan (Brooke Parks), blind and disoriented, gets help from Gloria (Lauren Schaffel) the girl who lives upstairs.

Arizona Theatre Company continues its season-opening string of easily accessible productions with a quaintly atmospheric adaptation of Audrey Hepburn's 1967 cinema classic “Wait Until Dark.” That movie was based on the 1966 Broadway play by Frederick Knott (who also wrote “Dial M for Murder”).

Now ATC's favorite playwright/adapter Jeffrey Hatcher (“Dr.Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,” “Tuesdays with Morrie”) has fluffed up “Wait Until Dark” by moving it back in time to a Greenwich Village basement apartment in 1944, and added some film noir trappings which actually do make the story's “who dun it” quest feel more authentic.

But really, it isn't “who dun it” so much as “where is it,” for a scheming trio of miscreants are trying to find and repossess a baby doll stuffed with diamonds that was hidden among Susan's husband's handbags at the airport.

Now the gangsters want their doll back. They got the address of Susan's apartment from the baggage tag and will do anything to retrieve their swag.

Everyone who has seen the movie (which has been a favorite of Hepburn fans worldwide for decades) can easily follow along through a wordy Act One that mostly just introduces all the characters and gives the audience some indication of the dastardly lengths to which these evil villains will go.

We also learn that Susan (Brooke Parks) was blinded in a relatively recent auto accident and is remarkably adept at picking up clues which sighted people would easily overlook. Her cleverness in blinding others by the dark puts the thrill into Act Two.

If you remember black-and-white TV, and life before the digital wizardry that now rules our days, stories like this were popular fare in live television productions from all three national networks.

The previous ATC offering, “Vanya and Masha and Sonya and Spike,” was a comedy with scenes reminiscent of the skit routines performed on the small screen by Carol Burnett and her wacky colleagues.

“Wait Until Dark” stays in this same nostalgic era preceding the Psychedelic Sixties, mining reassuring memories of stage dramas about clever crooks undone by even more clever folks leading ordinary lives.

So what else can ATC possibly be planning? Is Alfred Hitchcock waiting in the wings? Or perhaps Ellery Queen with tap dancing? The next play on the company's schedule is billed as a new musical comedy titled “Murder for Two.”

We report, you decide.

Meanwhile, we can appreciate Parks' sympathetic performance as the resourceful Susan. For the whole thriller aspect to work, her blindness must be believable. Also, her spirit must be strong.

Yet, at the same time we must feel how she is fighting back the fear for her life while stringing together as quickly as possible enough clues to separate the good guys from the bad guys.

Peter Rini plays Mike, now turned into an Army lieutenant on leave from service in Europe. Richard Crenna played this role opposite Hepburn.

In the movie, Alan Arkin is Roat, the blackest of the bad guys, a raving sociopath. Ted Koch takes this part on the ATC stage. He doesn't feel that dangerous, but the audience on opening night was buying into the whole melodrama package.

When Koch and Craig Bockhorn, who plays Roat's accomplice Carlino, came out together for their curtain calls the audience booed them roundly, to compliment their villainy – a rare response at ATC but routine every night for audiences at Gaslight Theatre.

“Wait Until Dark” continues through Nov. 8, with performances at various times Tuesdays through Sundays at the Temple of Music and Art, 330 S. Scott Ave. Tickets are $37-$67. For details and reservations,, 622-2823


The Gaslight Theatre presents The Secret Santa or “Yule Be Swingin’”


From: Becky Gilmour []
Sent: Monday, October 27, 2014 2:50 PM
Subject: The Gaslight Theatre - PR



The Secret Santa or "Yule Be Swingin'"

November 13, 2014 – January 4, 2015

It's the sixties and it's the Christmas season in Merryville, but not everybody is feeling the holiday cheer.  A local politician has weaseled his way up the ladder to become the right-hand man to the owner of Cogsworth Toy Factory in Merryville. Unbeknownst to the hard-working and loyal toy makers, this man, Simpson has made it his mission to shut down the toy factory at the height of the Christmas season and ultimately sabotage Christmas all together to further his dreams of taking over Merryville! He and his cohorts are out to squash the Christmas spirit within the towns-people. As usual, Simpson will stop at nothing to get his way! Luckily, help comes from an unexpected place…a mysterious old toy maker. He and his assistant Holly enlist the help of some TV reporters along the way to bring attention to what is going on and they are determined to bring Christmas back into the heart of Merryville!  Come join us at the Gaslight for this holiday musical that will make sure "Yule Be Swingin΄!"

*Ticket Prices – Adults $18.50 / Student, Senior, Military – $16.50 /

Children (12 & under) – $8.50 *Applicable sales tax will be added to all purchases


Tickets and Information – 520-886-9428

7010 E. Broadway Boulevard, Tucson, AZ 85710


Media Contact - Becky Gilmour 520-722-4267



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Audition: Musical Mayhem Cabaret Seeking Guests


From: Musical Mayhem Cabaret []
Sent: Monday, October 27, 2014 2:17 PM
Subject: Musical Mayhem Cabaret Seeking Guests


Musical Mayhem Cabaret is seeking a small number of "special guests" to perform a song of their choosing in our November 9th show, "Karaoke Mayhem", at Unscrewed Theater at 7pm. 


Musical theater experience is encouraged, but not necessary. Must be over 18. This can be considered as an audition for the MMC cast if you choose, or a one time appearance. 


Please email Donnie at for more information or to reserve your spot. For more information on Musical Mayhem Cabaret please visit or



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nominations for Independent Film Arizona's 2014 Best Actor Awards


From: Independent Film []
Sent: Sunday, October 26, 2014 11:27 PM
Subject: Best Actor List of Nominations


Below is the current list of nominations for Independent Film Arizona's 2014 Best Actor Awards.

If the name of the Arizona actor you think should win isn't already on the list, submit his or her name and their e-mail address to independentfilmarizona@gmail.comNominations will close on Friday at Noon.

The award will be announced at IFA's Monday, November 3 Meeting at Connect Workspace, 33 South 5th Avenue in downtown Tucson.The meeting starts at 7 PM.


Nominations for Best Actor 2014(October 22, 2014 Draft)

1.Esther Almazan

2.Trinidad Amaya

3.Caroline Antone

4.Kylie Arnold

5.Anthony Auriemma

6.Stan Babola

7.Sylvia Badilla-Vidaurri

8.Bob Barr 

9.Kyra Batte

10.Candace Bean

11.Royah Beheshti

12.Ken Beider

13.Jon T. Benda 

14.Phillip Bennett 

15.Scott Berg 

16.Tiffany Ann Bischeler

17.Denise Blum 

18.Eddie Bolero 

19.Lindy Bowser

20.Bree Boyd-Martin

21.Cuffs Bratten

22.Darious Britt

23.Shanna Brock

24.Jacob Brown

25.Matt Brown

26.Keyghan Burns

27.Jim Burton 

28.Michael Candela

29.Kathleen Cannon 

30.Antonella Cassia

31.Jake Chapman

32.Don Cline

33.Luann Cordero

 34.Megan Davis

35.David Dudley Jr.

36.Tony Eckstat 

37.Patty Gallagher

38.Barbara Glover

39.Glen Gold

40.David Greenwood

41.Andrew Gray

42.David Greenwood

43.Drew Grubrich

44.Anna Guarino

45.Michaela Gutierrez

46.Alex Ha

47.Eric Haberman 

48.Darwin Hall

49.Nate Hamer

50.John Hay

51.Nikki Heinrich

52.Janet Henderson

53.Stephanie Hill

54.Jamie Hoggan

55.Sara Jackson

56.Cynthia Jeffrey 

57.Molly Bates Johnson

58.Drew Kallen

59.Mark Klugheit

60.Carolyn Knott

61.Christopher Koval

62.Justin Kreinbrink

63.Cyndi La Frese

64.Monica Lam

65.Amber Layne

66.Elizabeth Ledon

67.Robert Linden

68.Keith Lopez

69.Brian Hale

70.Michael Hanelin

71.Craig Hensley

72.Catherine Hicks

73.Carrie Hill

74.Michele Holland

75.David Horn

76.Francesca Jarvis

77.Leah Kari

78.Harris Kendall

79.Wendy Latella

80.Art Lohman

81.Charles Lynch

82.Laura Mawhinney

83.Gary McGaha 

84.Steve McKee 

 85.Ryan Mink

86.Megan Mioduski

87.Doug Mitchell

88.Rhonda Moretti

89.John Mueller

90.Brian Mulligan

91.Brendan Guy Murphy

92.Sally Navran

93.Johnathan Northover 

94.Bobbi Jeen Olson

95.Diane Ouradnick 

 96.Kathryn Owczarzak

97.Roger Owen

98.Josh Parra

99.Nancy Parsons

100.Jay Kyle Petersen

101.Lou Pimber

102.Apollo Poetry

103.Karen Pollard 

104.Jon Proudstar 

105.Avi Pwyll

106.Renata Rauschen

107.Clark Andreas Ray

108.Angelica Rodenback

109.Kit Runge

110.Richard Ryan

111.Rachel Santay

112.Nicole Scott

113.Paul Schumacher

114.Eric Schumacher

115.Joan Schumacher

116.Jeff Scotland

117.Lance Segal

118.Tonya Shank

119.John Shay

120.Ina Shivack

121.Stephanie Sikes 

122.Jeanmarie Simpson

123.Wayne Spencer

124.Lissa Staples

125.Bernie Starks

126.Stan Stein

127.Michael Stone

128.Norman Stone

129.Gregory Sweet

130.Chris Swinney

131.Dennis Tamblyn

132.Scott Thomas

133.Paul Thomson

134.Ruth Trushin

135.Carla Turco

136.Susan Uli

137.Martie Van Der Voort

138.Artemas Walters

139.Bobbie Whitson

140.Barbea Williams 

141.Grisel Wilson 

142.Andrew Wolverton

143.Tony Yeatropolis

144.David Zinke



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