Press Release
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Palm Beach Dramaworks
is pleased to announce that 
Tina Faye Bolton, Ralph Guild, and Tom Streit 
have been elected to its Board of Directors.   
Tina Faye Bolton appeared in eight Broadway productions as a dancer and singer.  She also performed with most of the original cast of West Side Story in the first cultural exchange program with Japan. Her numerous television credits include The Bell Telephone Hour, Kraft Music Hall, and a television adaptation of the musical George M! starring Joel Grey.  Tina also appeared frequently on The Ed Sullivan Show as a member of the Peter Gennaro Dancers. More recently, Tina has been a very active member of Career Transitions For Dancers.  She dedicates herself to helping young performers and has endowed a dance scholarship at Adelphi University. Tina and her husband, Jeffrey, who is a trustee of The Actors Fund, are constantly seeking ways to support the performing arts. These days, Tina is often found on the tennis court in Palm Beach, New York City, or at her summer residence in Salisbury, Connecticut.
Ralph Guild was a young executive at McGavren Radio, a San Francisco-based firm that represented radio advertisers, when he was sent to New York in 1957 to open the company's first East Coast office.  In 1967, the company became known as McGavren Guild, and in 1973, Guild became its President and Chief Operating Officer. In 1981, he launched Interep Radio, a holding company that brought independent rep firms together under a single corporate umbrella.  By the start of the 21st century, Interep was the largest sales and marketing company dedicated solely to radio advertising. Ralph was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame in 1998.  

Mr. Guild has been an avid supporter of and investor in professional theatre for many years.  He served as a Tony voter until 2012, and produced a number of Broadway plays including The Woman in White, The History Boys, Inherit the Wind, The Seafarer, and The Country Girl. Mr. Guild financially supports many arts organizations, including the Paley Center, The Actors Fund, and PBD.  In addition, Ralph and his wife, Calla, are very supportive of the Dreyfoos School of the Arts. He is also an accomplished tap dancer, and continues taking lessons at least once a week.
Tom Streit has practiced real estate law in Palm Beach County for nearly 30 years, mostly with Akerman in West Palm Beach.  He has provided legal services to PBD for several years, earning the Legal Aid Society of Palm Beach County's Advocacy for the Arts Pro Bono Award in 2012.  He also serves on the Executive Committee and Board of the Literacy Coalition of Palm Beach County.  Tom and his wife, Chris, live in Jupiter. Other interests include golf, tennis, and travel.
Palm Beach Dramaworks is a non-profit, professional theatre and is a member of the Theatre Communications Group, the South Florida Theatre League, Florida Professional Theatres Association, and the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County.
The Don & Ann Brown Theatre is located in the heart of downtown West Palm Beach, at 201 Clematis Street.  For information contact the box office at (561) 514-4042, or visit
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Tina Faye Bolton
Tina Faye Bolton

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Ralph Guild

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Palm Beach Dramaworks - 201 Clematis Street West Palm Beach FL 33401 - 561.514.4042