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All The Way

By Robert Schenkkan
Directed by Anthony Powell
Jan 29 - Feb 28, 2016
The Stage Theatre (View Map & Seating Chart)
Run Time: Approx. 2 hours, 50 minutes plus 15 minute intermission
Ticket Price: Starts at $32
Age Recommendation: 14+
Advisory: Considerable strong language, adult themes and content.

All the Way, a “jaw-dropping political drama” (Variety), vividly portrays the groundbreaking steps taken by ambitious figures of the 1960s to pass the Civil Rights Act. Set in the pivotal year after JFK’s assassination, President Lyndon Baines Johnson hurls himself at the cause fronted by Martin Luther King, Jr., determined to rebuild the country into The Great Society that promised equality for all. Written by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Robert Schenkkan (The 12The Kentucky Cycle), All the Way bowled over Broadway last year garnering the 2014 Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics’ Circle Awards for Best Play.

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Producing Partners:
Margot & Allan Frank, Robert & Judi Newman

Contributing Partner:
Katy Atkinson

Education Partner:
Ralph L. and Florence R. Burgess Trust

Perspectives: What we learned about 'All the Way': Johnson gave a dam!
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Insider Perspectives
Insider Perspectives
Jan 29 | 6:00pm
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Theatre & Theology Talkback
Theatre & Theology Talkback
Feb 16 | 9:00pm
Join Pastor Dan Bollman of the Rocky Mountain Evangelical Lutheran Synod to examine All the Way through a theological lens.
Talkback with Higher Education Advisory Council
Talkback with Higher Education Advisory Council
Feb 21 | 3:30pm
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All the Way cast read Civil Rights Act of 1964

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Adeoye, Understudy Rev. Ralph Abernathy / Roy Wilkins / Aaron Henry / Bob Moses / David Dennis
At the Theatre Company: Lookingglass Alice. Other Theatres:  Lookingglass Alice, The Little Prince, Peter Pan, Icarus, and Black Diamond (Lookingglass Theatre), The Unmentionables (Step-penwolf Theatre), The Lost Boys of Sudan (Victory Gardens Theater), A Raisin in the Sun (Guthrie Theatre/Penumbra Theatre), Intimate Apparel (Clarence Brown Theatre). TV/Film: “DETROIT 1-8-7,” “LEVERAGE,” “Prison Break,” Vengeance is Mine, Chicago Over-coat. Training: MFA, The Academy for Classical Acting at The Shakespeare Theatre and The George Washington University, Wash-ington, DC. Love and gratitude to his family.


Terence Archie
Terence Archie, Rev. Martin Luther King Jr
At the Theatre Company: The 12. Broadway: Rocky the Musical, Ragtime. International: Rocky DasMusical (Hamburg, Germany/Operettenhaus). Off-Broadway: The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity (Second Stage). Solo: (Urban Stages) Frederick Douglass Free, Peanut PrinceAt The Pole. Regional: Chad Deity (Geffen), Two Gentleman of Verona, Edward II, Tamburlaine the Great (Shakespeare Theatre Co.); Arabian Nights (Arena Stage/Berkeley Rep); A Year with Frog and Toad (Two River Theater). TV: “Mysteries of Laura,” “Madam Secretary,” “Law and Order,” “One Life to Live,” “Manhattan Love Story,” “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.” Training: BFA, NCSA.
Jordan Barbour
Jordan Barbour, Rev. Ralph Abernathy / Understudy Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. / Ensemble
At the Theatre Company: The 12. National and International Tours: The Suit directed by Peter Brook (Kennedy Center, Seattle Rep, A.C.T); The Shipment by Young Jean Lee (Festival d’Automne, Sydney Opera House). Off-Broadway/New York: Langston in Harlem (Urban Stages); Harmonious Pimps of Harmony (Ars Nova); The Deepest Play Ever (New Ohio); Vertebrae (New York Theatre Workshop). Regional: Stormy Weather (Pasadena Playhouse); Chimerica (Studio Theatre); Macbeth (Alabama Shakespeare Festival); The Who’s Tommy (Berkshire Theatre Festival); Rent (Syracuse Stage); Topdog/Underdog (Perseverance Theatre); three seasons at Williamstown Theatre Festival. TV/Film: “The Outs”; Hair: Let the Sun Shine In. Training: Columbia, Juilliard.
Steve Brady
Steve Brady, J. Edgar Hoover / Sen. Robert Byrd /Ensemble
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Broadway: Inherit the Wind. Off-Broadway: Bill W. and Dr. Bob (Soho Playhouse); A Dangerous Personality, (Perry Street); Poor Beast in the Rain (Irish Arts Center); The Power of Darkness, The Mint. He’s toured nationally with The Exonerated, internationally in West Side Story, and Germany as Scrooge in A Christmas Carol. Regional credits include Shakespeare Theatre DC, Baltimore Center, Cincinnati Playhouse, Rep Theatre of St. Louis, Syracuse Stage, Triad Stage, The Wilma, Orlando Shakespeare and many others. And, of course “Law & Order” and “Law & Order CI.”
Todd Cerveris
Todd Cerveris, Gov. George Wallace / Walter Reuther / Rep. John McCormack / Ensemble).
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Broadway: South Pacific, Twentieth Century. Off-Broadway (premieres): Southern Comfort; The Booth Variations; Almost, Maine. National tours: War Horse, Spring Awakening, Twelve Angry Men, The Acting Company. Regional: Arena Stage (True West), La Jolla Playhouse (Boy), Old Globe (August: Osage County, All In The Timing), Pioneer Theater (I Hate Hamlet), KC Rep (The Great Immensity), Cincinnati Playhouse (RSC’s The Complete Word of God (Abridged), King Lear, Death of a Salesman), Actors Theater of Louisville (Aloha, Say The Pretty Girls). International: Edinburgh Fringe, Actors Touring Co. TV/Film: “Allegiance,” “The Affair,” “White Collar,” “Nurse Jackie,” “Law & Order,” One True Thing.
Laurence Curry
Laurence Curry, James Harrison / Stokely Carmichael / James Earl “J.E.” Chaney / Ensemble
At the Theatre Company: The Madwoman, A Streetcar Named Desire. Other Theatres: The Brother Sister Plays Trilogy, The Whipping Man (Curious Theatre); Tarzan, Pippin, Aida, Intimate Apparel (Arvada Center); Smokey Joe’s Café (Theatre Aspen). TV/Film: “ArtZone,” “Twitch,” Assassins Code, Strangeland, Asteroid. Awards/Training: BA, UNCO. 2015 True West Award recipient for his artistry as an actor, dancer and choreographer.
Paul DeBoy
Paul DeBoy, Robert McNamara / Sen. James Eastland / Gov. Paul B. Johnson / Ensemble / Understudy President Lyndon Baines Johnson
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Broadway: Mamma Mia! (also national tour), Sight Unseen (Manhattan Theatre Club). Other Theatres: eurydice (2nd Stage), My Fair Lady (Pioneer Theatre), The 39 Steps (Repertory Theatre of St. Louis). Also: Cincinnati Playhouse, Kansas City Rep, The Walnut Street Theatre, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, The Olney Theatre and Studio Arena. TV/Film: “Royal Pains,” “The Following,” “Law & Order,” “CI,” “Trial by Jury”, A Dirty Shame by John Waters. Training: American Academy, RADA.
Charles R. MacLeod
Charles R. MacLeod, Lighting Designer
At the Theatre Company: (300+ productions/34 seasons). As You Like It, One Night in Miami…, Appoggiatura, Shadowlands, black odyssey, Jackie & Me, Death of a Salesman, The 39 Steps, Reckless, When Tang Met Laika, The Diary of Anne Frank, Lydia, The Merry Wives of Windsor, 1001, Gem of the Ocean, All My Sons, A Christmas Carol, Lost Highway: The Music and Legend of Hank Williams, My Way, Forbidden Broadway, Always…Patsy Cline; Love, Janis and Girls Only, The Secret Comedy of Women.
Diana Dresser
Diana Dresser, Understudy Lady Bird Johnson / Katherine Graham / Rep. Katherine St. George / Lureen Wallace / Muriel Humphrey
At the Theatre Company: Jackie and Me; The Giver; Other Desert Cities; Grace, or the Art of Climbing; The Taming of the Shrew; The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Other Theatres: Girls Only: The Secret Comedy of Women (DCPA Cabaret, Blumenthal Center for the Performing Arts); The Second Tosca, The Crimson Thread (Arvada Center); Frozen (Curious Theatre Company); The Underpants (Theatre Aspen); August: Osage County, Bad Dates, Kimberly Akimbo (Creede Repertory Theatre); The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Theatre de la Jeune Lune).
Sam Gregory
Sam Gregory, Stanley Levison / Rep. William Moore McCulloch / Gov. Carl Sanders / Sen. Mike Mansfield / Seymore Trammell / Ensemble
At the Theatre Company: Over 40 productions. World Premieres: The Most Deserving, Plainsong, Eventide, Two Things You Don’t Talk About At Dinner. Other Favorites: Shadowlands, Hamlet, The 39 Steps, Doubt, The Voysey Inheritance, Ruined, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Noises Off, A Flea in Her Ear, Hotel on Marvin Gardens, You Can Never Tell, Tartuffe. Other Theatres: Seattle Rep, Cincinnati Playhouse, Milwaukee Rep, Cleveland Play House, San Jose Rep, American Players Theatre, Eureka Theatre, George Street Playhouse, O’Neill Theatre National Playwrights Conference, Alabama/California/Colorado Shakespeare Festivals, Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company, Paragon. TV/Film: “NY Undercover,” “One Life to Live,” “As the World Turns.”

Elissa Myers Casting
Elissa Myers Casting, Paul Foquet, CSA
Three Emmy nominations and one win, and one Peabody Award for Outstanding Contribution to Television. Over 15 films for PBS. Theatre includes seven Broadway shows and 26 Off- Broadway shows. Current regional casting includes Denver Center, Geva Theatre, Cleveland Play House, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Magic Theatre, Arena Stage, and Arizona Theatre Company. The office has so far received 16 nominations and has won three Artios Awards for “Outstanding Achievement in Casting.”
Mike Hartman
Mike Hartman, Rep. Howard “Judge” Smith / Sen Everett Dirksen / Ensemble
At the Theatre Company: (17 seasons) Benediction, Death of a Salesman, Other Desert Cities, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, Great Wall Story, To Kill A Mockingbird, Superior Donuts, The Catch, Eventide, A Raisin in the Sun, A Prayer for Owen Meany, Richard III, Glengarry Glen Ross, Plainsong, You Can’t Take It With You, A Christmas Carol, A Funny Thing…Forum, King Lear, Season’s Greeting, All My Sons, Dirty Story, Grapes of Wrath. Broadway: Grapes of Wrath, The Kentucky Cycle, Sherlock Holmes. Other Theatres: cowboyily (Creede Rep), The People’s Temple (Guthrie), Cleveland Play House (8 seasons), Cincinnati Playhouse, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Center Stage, Kennedy Center, Geva Playhouse, Virginia Stage. Training: BA Otterbein University.


C. David Johnson
C. David Johnson, President Lyndon Baines Johnson
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Other Theatres: Broadway: Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. Recently: Almady in The Play’s The Thing (Soulpepper); Henry II in The Lion in Winter (Palm Beach Dramaworks); Alonso in The Tempest (Shakespeare Theatre Co. of DC). Company member: The Stratford Festival of Canada, Soulpepper Theatre, Vancouver Playhouse, Theatre New Brunswick, The National Arts Centre, Neptune Theatre. Film/TV: “Street Legal” (CBC-8 seasons), “The Safety of Objects,” “Saving Hope,” “The Man Who Saved Christmas,” “Thanks of a Grateful Nation,”
“Hidden Dimensions.”
Kathleen Mccall
Kathleen Mccall, Beggar Woman
At the Theatre Company: 11 seasons. Kathleen has been a professional actress for over 30 years working on Broadway, Off-Broadway, national tours, and at regional theatres throughout the country, as well as in television and film. She is an inductee of Marquis Who’s Who of American Women in the Arts and a Lunt/Fontanne Fellowship Recipient. Training: London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. www.kathleenmccall.net
Tracey Conyer Lee
Tracey Conyer Lee, Coretta Scott King / Fannie Lou Hamer / Ensemble
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Original Off-Broadway: Bedbugs!!!, Sistas: The Musical. Regional: In 2015: Lady Day At Emerson’s Bar & Grill (multiple regional), Brecht’s Caucasian Chalk Circle (Yale Rep). Baltimore Centerstage, Actors Theatre of Louisville, St. Louis Rep, Theatre of the Stars, Cincinnati Playhouse, Interact, TheatreWorks, Cleveland Play House, Delaware Theatre Co, Westport Playhouse, Merrimack Rep, Virginia Stage, Ogunquit Playhouse, Weston Playhouse, Geva Theatre, Cape Playhouse, Laguna Playhouse, Pittsburgh CLO, Syracuse Stage. TV: “SMASH,” “Ed,” “Criminal Intent,” “All My Children,” “Guiding Light.” For more: www.traceyconyerlee.com
Cajardo Lindsey
Cajardo Lindsey, Bob Moses / David Dennis / Ensemble
At the Theatre Company: A Raisin in the Sun, Just Like Us. Other Theatres: A Raisin in the Sun, Wait Until Dark, To Kill a Mockingbird (Arvada Center); The Whipping Man, The Brothers Size, In the Red and Brown Water, Marcus: or The Secret of Sweet, Fences (Curious Theatre). TV/Film: “Medium,” “Crash,” “In Plain Sight,” “Easy Money,” Silver City, MacGruber, Force of Execution, Assassins’ Code, Independence Day: Resurgence (2016), Shot Caller (2016), Somnio (2016).
Kent Thompson
Kent Thompson, Producing Artistic Director

Kent is in his 12th season as Producing Artistic Director of the Theatre Company. In Denver he directed productions of Sweeney Todd, Hamlet, Just Like Us, Other Desert Cities, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, The Taming of the Shrew, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Plainsong, Eventide, Benediction, Amadeus, The Liar and Measure for Measure, among others.

Three of Kent’s major accomplishments since coming to Denver have been the creation of Off-Center (innovative theatrical experiences aimed at millennial audiences), the Colorado New Play Summit (a premier national festival for new American plays), and the Women’s Voices Fund (an endowment that supports the commissioning and development of new plays by women).

Prior to moving to Denver he was Producing Artistic Director of the Alabama Shakespeare Festival for 16 seasons. Kent created the Southern Writers’ Project, which commissioned and produced 16 world premieres during his tenure. He served eight years on the Board of Directors for Theatre Communications Group (TCG) and as president for three years. He has served on peer review panels for the NEA (also chair), TCG, The Pew Charitable Trusts, The Fulbright Scholars Program, The Wallace Funds, The Doris Duke Foundation and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, among others.

Jeffrey Roark
Jeffrey Roark, Ensemble/Understudy Sweeney Todd
At the Theatre Company: All The Way, To Kill A Mockingbird, A Christmas Carol, Trip to Bountiful, King Lear, White Christmas, Gross Indecency, Hamlet, The Tempest, Dracula. Other Theatres: The Crucible, Evita, Harvey, Man of No Importance (Arvada Center); An Ideal Husband (Papermill); My Fair Lady, HMS Pinafore (Berkshire); Sorrows of Stephen (Blue Heron); Drood, Life is a Dream (Creede); My Way, The Doyle and Debbie Show (DCPA Cabaret); The Last Five Years (Modern Muse). TV/Film: “Rainman,” “Little Man Tate.” Training: BFA, Miami University; MFA, National Theatre Conservatory.
James Newcomb
James Newcomb, Sen. Hubert Humphrey / Sen. Strom Thurmond / Ensemble
At the Theatre Company: 8 seasons. Other Theatres: Oregon Shakespeare Festival (14 Seasons), Shakespeare and Company (founding member), BAM, The Public, The Goodman, Chicago Shakespeare, Berkeley Rep, The Old Globe, Utah Shakespeare Festival. Awards: Critics Circle for Orphans (DCPA Theatre Company), Drama Log for “Touchstone” (Shakespeare Santa Cruz), Oxford Society for Richard III (Oregon Shakespeare Festival). Recently appear in Honky for Onstage in America on PBS.


Charles Varin
Charles Varin, Managing Director
Charles Varin and his team are responsible for administrative, financial and business operations related to producing the Theatre Company’s season of productions and other artistic and educational initiatives. Prior to DCPA, Charles was General Manager for Geva Theatre Center in Rochester, NY and also has worked at Glimmerglass Opera, Asolo Repertory Theatre and Florida Studio Theatre.
Philip Pleasants
Philip Pleasants, Sen. Richard Russell / Ensemble
At the Theatre Company: As You Like It, Romeo & Juliet, The Giver, Heartbreak House, The Taming of the Shrew, To Kill a Mockingbird, Midsummer Night’s Dream, A Christmas Carol, Othello, Plainsong, The Voysey Inheritance, A Prayer for Owen Meany, Richard III, Noises Off, The Merry Wives of Windsor, The Diary of Anne Frank, Third, A Funny Thing…Forum, Pure Confidence, King Lear. Other Theatres: Alabama Shakespeare Festival (20 seasons), Amadeus (Broadway, national tour), Treason (Off-Broadway), Seattle Rep, Cincinnati Playhouse, Huntington, Pittsburgh Playhouse, Cleveland Play House. TV/Film: “Another World,” “All My Children,” “Judge Horton and the Scottsboro Boys.”

Jessica Robblee
Jessica Robblee, Lurleen Wallace / Muriel Humphrey / Ensemble
At the Theatre Company: Debut. DCPA Cabaret: Drag Machine. OFF-Center: Lord of the Butterflies. Other Theatres: After the Revolution, Homebody/Kabul, Rabbit Hole, Aphrodisiac (Curious Theatre); This (Boulder Ensemble Theatre); Gidion’s Knot (Sis Tryst Productions); 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche (Square Product Theatre); Duck Duck Dupe, Trunks: a live comic book, Yesterado, Unbeweaveable (Buntport Theater for Young Audiences); The Odyssey: A Walking Tour (Buntport Theater). She is a co-writer, co-director, and actor for Young Audiences productions at Buntport, an artistic company member of Curious, and a writer-performer for the Denver Art Museum’s family theatre programs.
Josh Robinson
Josh Robinson, Understudy Walter Jenkins / Rep. William Colmer / Sen. Hubert Humphrey / Sen. Strom Thurmond / Stanley Levison / Seymore Trammell / Rep. John McCormack / Gov. George Wallace / Walter Reuther
At the Theatre Company: Picnic, Garbo in My Eyes, Slabtown and U/S Romeo and Juliet. Other Theatres: Maple and Vine, Opus, Curse of the Starving Class, Aphrodisiac, Take Me Out, and The Long Christmas Ride Home (Curious); Treasure Island, Richard III, Twelfth Night, The Comedy Of Errors, Romeo And Juliet, King Lear, Taming Of The Shrew, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and Julius Caesar (Colorado Shakespeare Festival); The Lion In Winter, The Second Tosca, and The Man Who Came To Dinner (Arvada Center); The 39 Steps (Theatreworks); Macbeth (Listen Productions) and Reason (Maya Productions). Awards/Training: 2010 Denver Post Ovation - Best Year by an Actor; Oberlin College, Yale School of Drama.
Erik Sandvold
Erik Sandvold, Rep. Emmanuel Celler / Understudy Sen. Richard Russell / Rep. J. Edgar Hooever / Sen. Robert Byrd / Deke Deloach / Andrew Goodman
At the Theatre Company: Death Of A Salesman, When We Are Married, Well, Plainsong, Diary Of Anne Frank, Pillowman, A Flea In Her Ear, Skin Of Our Teeth, A Christmas Carol. Over 50 other plays at Colorado’s leading theatres, including: Bubs (Avenue, Fringe NYC); I Am My Own Wife, Take Me Out, Opus, God Of Carnage, 9 Circles, Rabbit Hole, Homebody/Kabul, Clybourne Park (Curious); The Explorers Club (Lone Tree); Moonlight And Magnolias (Arvada Center); Twelfth Night (Colorado Shakespeare Fest.); and the title role in Nicholas Nickleby (Compass). Awards/Training: Alexander Scourby National Narrator of the Year (twice), three Denver Post Ovation awards, Northwestern University.
Charles E. Wallace
Charles E. Wallace, Roy Wilkins / Aaron Henry / Ensemble
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Charles appeared as John in Miss Saigon at The Buell Theatre. He was recently seen on Broadway in Amazing Grace. Other Broadway credits include: Miss Saigon (John), Smokey Joe’s Café, and Jekyll & Hyde. At the Grand Roman Theatre in Lyon, France, Mr. Wallace appeared in Robert Wilson’s chamber opera, Zinnias: The Life of Clemintine Hunter. Other credits include: Headmaster Morrow in The Manhattan Theatre Club and The Alliance Theatre’s production of Tarell Alvin McCraney’s Choir Boy; Marcus Gardley’s The Road Weeps, The Well Runs Dry (Number Two), A Soldier’s Play (Davenport); and Ain’t Misbehavin’. God Bless!
Erin Willis
Erin Willis, Ensemble / Understudy Coretta Scott King / Fannie Lou Hamer
At the Theatre Company: The 12, A Christmas Carol. Other Theatres: Memphis (Arvada Center), Ain’t Misbehavin’ (Milwaukee Repertory Theatre), My Fair Lady (Cameron Mackintosh first national tour), Ragtime (Cohoes Music Hall); Dreamgirls (Asbury Park). NY Workshops: Amazing Grace and My Heart is the Drum. TV: “Celebrity
Ghost Stories. Erin also provides vocals and keyboards for the Indie Rock Band Kenji Urada. Graduate of The Boston Conservatory. Thanks to Denver Center, family and friends, Radical, and John.
Robert Schenkkan
Robert Schenkkan , Playwright
Robert Schenkkan received a B.A. from the University of Texas at Austin and an M.F.A. from Cornell University. He has worked as an actor/writer on Broadway, Off-Broadway, in film, television, and at regional theatres across the country. Portions of The Kentucky Cycle were developed at the Mark Taper Forum’s ’88 and ’89 New Works Festivals, New Dramatists, the Ensemble Studio Theatre (New York and Los Angeles), the Long Wharf Theatre, and Robert Redford’s Sundance Institute. The complete Cycle was awarded the largest grant ever given by The Fund for New American Plays and premiered in 1991 at the Intiman Theatre in Seattle. Robert’s play Heaven On Earth won the 1989 Julie Harris/Beverly Hills Theatre Guild Award, participated in the 1989 Eugene O’Neill Playwrights’ Conference, and premiered Off-Broadway at the WPA Theatre. It is published by Dramatists Play Service. Final Passages premiered at the Studio Arena Theatre under the direction of A.J. Antoon and was published both in TCG’s Plays in Process and by Dramatists Play Service. Tachinoki premiered at the Ensemble Studio Theatre in Los Angeles and was designated a Critic’s Choice by the L.A. Weekly. He is also the author of numerous one-acts. Prominent among them is The Survivalist, which premiered at ATL’s Humana Festival, went on to the EST Marathon in New York, Canada’s DuMaurier Festival and won the Best of the Fringe Award at the Edinburgh Festival. Robert has written a film for Disney (Tall Tales) and a play (MAGIC) for the NBC series “Plays for Television.” He is a recipient of grants from the California Arts Council, New York State, the Vogelstein, and the Arthur foundations. Robert is a New Dramatists alumnus and a member of both the Ensemble Studio Theatre and the Antaeus Project. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Mary Anne, and their daughter, Sarah.
Anthony Powell
Anthony Powell, Director
At the Theatre Company: Lord of the Flies, Death of a Salesman, Wit, The Dresser, Racing Demon, Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me, The Beauty Queen of Leenane, A Skull in Connemara, The Lonesome West, The Pillowman, Dirty Story, Love Labour’s Lost, The Tempest, The Merchant of Venice, Macbeth, Three Tall Women, The Last Night of Ballyhoo, Betrayal, After Ashley, The Last Yankee, Misalliance, Copenhagen, etc. Other Theatres: Frozen (Curious Theatre Company), A Man For All Seasons (Arvada Center), Snake in the Grass (Creede Repertory Theatre), God’s Man in Texas (PlayMakers Repertory Company), Ain’t Nothin’ But The Blues, Smoky Joe’s Café, (Theater Aspen). Artistic Director of Denver’s Stories on Stage since 2010.
Curtis Craig
Curtis Craig, Sound Designer
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Other Theatres: Classical Theater of Harlem, Watertower Theater, Dallas Theater Center, Arkansas Rep, and Pennsylvania Centre Stage. Recent sound design and composition: The First Noel (Apollo Theater); The List (New York Fringe Festival); Creep (Watertower Theater); A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Whipping Man, On The Razzle (Clarence Brown Theater). His sound & media design for Gizmo was selected for exhibition at the 2013 World Stage Design expo in Cardiff, Wales. His composition and sound design work for Pentecost — gold medal in sound design at the 2009 World Stage Design exposition in Seoul, South Korea.
Jack Greenman
Jack Greenman, Voice and Dialect Coach
At the Theatre Company: All The Way. Other Theatres: Seven summers at the Utah Shakespeare Festival: Henry IV, pt. 1, Measure for Measure, Private Lives, The Secret Garden, Foxfire, The Taming of the Shrew, The School for Wives, Fiddler on the Roof, Great Expectations, Pride and Prejudice, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Music Man, Noises Off, and Macbeth. Other Theatres: Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Roundhouse Theater, Great River Shakespeare Festival, PCPA Theaterfest. Assoc. Prof. of Voice in Theatre Division at Southern Methodist University in Dallas.
David Kay Mickelsen
David Kay Mickelsen, Costume Designer
At the Denver Center: (56 productions/20 consecutive seasons/13 premieres) black odyssey, Death of a Salesman, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, When We Are Married, Fences, The Liar, Ruined, The 39 Steps. Other Theatres: Guthrie Theater, Cincinnati, Geffen, Laguna, Cleveland, Pasadena, Westport (playhouses); Seattle, Contemporary, Irish, Berkeley, Tennessee, Missouri, San Diego, New Mexico, St. Louis (repertory theaters); Williamstown, Sundance (theatre festivals); Geva, Fords (theatres); Portland, Pennsylvania (center stages); Oregon, Utah, Colorado, Illinois (Shakespeare festivals); Old Globe, Arizona, Northlight, Pioneer, Children’s (theatre companies). Special/Awards: Seven AriZoni, Denver Post Ovation, Acclaim, Goldy Fishy, Jackie (Awards). From Canby, Oregon, now lives in Long Beach, California.
Geoffrey Kent
Geoffrey Kent, Fight Director
At the Theatre Company: (15 seasons) Hamlet, Richard III, Romeo & Juliet, 1001, Skull in Connemara, King Lear, Superior Donuts. Other Theaters: Othello, Henry 4 Part 1, Macbeth, Treasure Island, Three Musketeers (Colorado Shakespeare Festival); Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Utah Shakespeare Festival); Cymbeline, Taming of the Shrew (Orlando Shakespeare Theatre); Lieutenant of Inishmore (Curious Theatre Company); Carmen (Opera Colorado); Land of the Dead (Creede Rep). Henry Award for Achievement in Fight Direction.


Charlie I. Miller
Charlie I. Miller, Projection Designer
At the Theatre Company: 6 seasons, 27 productions. Highlights include: Lord of the Flies, black odyssey, Just Like Us, The Giver, American Night, The House of the Spirits, Reckless, Mama Hated Diesels, When Tang Met Laika, and Ed, Downloaded. Off-Center: Lived/Re-Lived, Wheel of Misfortune, Cult Following, Drag Machine, DATE*. Other Theatres: Ed, Downloaded workshop (Roundabout, NYC); username: FAUST (Boston). Special/Awards/Training: BA from Harvard, 2010 and 2011 Denver Post Ovation Awards, 2012 Henry Award, 2013 Best of Westword Awards. Co-Curator of Off-Center.
Robert Mark Morgan
Robert Mark Morgan, Scenic Designer
At the Theatre Company: The Giver, House of the Spirits, Diary of Anne Frank, Jesus Hates Me, Lobby Hero, Copenhagen, Bernice & Butterfly, Almost Heaven. Other Theatres: Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Asolo Repertory Theatre, Indiana Repertory Theatre, the MUNY in St. Louis, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Studio Arena, Cleveland Play House, San Jose Repertory Theatre, Alliance Theatre (Atlanta), Barrington Stage, Marin Theatre Company, Magic Theatre, and American Conservatory Theatre (ACT) in San Francisco. Exhibit Design: Avatar the Exhibition (EMP - Seattle). Mr. Morgan is on the design faculty at Washington University in St. Louis.
Douglas Langworthy
Douglas Langworthy, Dramaturg
As You Like It, Appoggiatura, Lord of the Flies, The Unsinkable Molly Brown, Shadowlands, Hamlet, Just Like Us, Sense & Sensibility The Musical, The Three Musketeers, When We Are Married. Other Theatres: The Oregon Shakespeare Festival produced his adaptation (with Linda Alper and Penny Metropulos) of Dumas’ The Three Musketeers and his translation of Brecht’s The Good Person of Szechuan. Target Margin Theatre produced his translations/adaptations: Medea by Hans Henny Jahnn, Goethe’s Faust, and the opera The Sandman with David Herskovits and Thomas Cabanis. Awards/Training: Elliot Hayes Award for Dramaturgy, National Theatre Translation Fund Award, John Gassner Award in Critical Writing. Yale School of Drama. He is currently working on modern English translations of Shakespeare’s Henry VI parts 1, 2, and 3 as part of Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s Play On! Project.
Matthew Campbell
Matthew Campbell, Assistant Stage Manager
At the Theatre Company: As You Like It, The 12, Lord of the Flies, Hamlet, Just Like Us, Other Desert Cities, Romeo & Juliet, When We Are Married, The Three Musketeers, Heartbreak House, The Taming of the Shrew, A Christmas Carol, To Kill a Mockingbird, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Dracula. Other Theatres: Colorado Shakespeare Festival, Arvada Center, Cleveland Play House, Hope Summer Repertory Theatre in Holland, Michigan; Colorado Festival of World Theatre, Country Dinner Playhouse, Candlelight Dinner Playhouse, Omaha Symphony. Served as Assistant Professor of Technical Theater at Brooklyn College. Training: MFA, University of Iowa; BA, University of Northern Colorado.
Rachel Ducat
Rachel Ducat, Assistant Stage Manager
At the Theatre Company: Tribes, One Night in Miami…, Appoggiatura, Shadowlands, black odyssey, The Most Deserving, A Weekend with Pablo Picasso, The Giver, Heartbreak House, Two Things You Don’t Talk About At Dinner, The Liar, Superior Donuts, The Catch, The House of the Spirits and Grace, or the Art of Climbing. Other Theatres: Twelfth Night, Treasure Island, Richard III (Colorado Shakespeare Festival); Curious Theatre Company; Jersey Boys, Wicked, Dirty Dancing (Broadway in Chicago); Chicago Shakespeare Theatre; Cleveland Play House, Hope Summer Repertory Theatre. Training: BA Theatre Production, University of Delaware.
Bruce K. Sevy
Bruce K. Sevy, Associate Artistic Director and Director of New Play Development

Bruce K. Sevy has directed such memorable Theatre Company productions as Animal Crackers, When We Are Married, Heartbreak House, Mariela in the Desert, The Voysey Inheritance, A Prayer for Owen Meany, Doubt, All My Sons, Master Class, Mrs. Warren’s Profession, A Christmas Carol, Cat On a Hot Tin Roof, The Little Foxes, Molly Sweeney, Amy’s View, Valley Song, Pierre, Dinner With Friends and The Cripple of Inishmaan.

As Director of New Play Development, he oversees both the artistic and practical components of the Theatre Company’s successful Colorado New Play Summit, including commissions from outstanding American playwrights.

He has directed for Arizona Theatre Company, Cleveland Play House, Lark Play Development Center, Kansas City Repertory Theatre, Virginia Stage Company, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Northlight Theatre, San Jose Repertory Theatre, Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, Pioneer Theatre Company, A Contemporary Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Empty Space and Intiman Theatre in Seattle, the Kimo Theatre in Albuquerque, and Utah Shakespearean Festival. His popular production of 2 Pianos, 4 Hands has been seen at more than 20 theatres nationally, including the Theatre Company’s successful 2003 production.

Matthew Lopez
Matthew Lopez, Denver Center Playwriting Fellow

Matthew is the author of The Legend of Georgia McBride, which premiered at the Denver Center before a successful Off-Broadway run at the MCC Theater, and The Whipping Man, seen at Curious Theatre Company. Since its debut at Luna Stage Company and its New York premiere at Manhattan Theatre Club, The Whipping Man has become one of the most widely produced new American plays of the last several years, with productions in over 50 US cities and abroad. His play Somewhere premiered at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego and recently completed a successful run at Hartford Stage where his newest work, Reverberation premiered in the winter of 2015. Other plays include Zoey’s Perfect Wedding and The Sentinels, which premiered in London. Matthew currently holds new play commissions from Hartford Stage, Manhattan Theatre Company, Roundabout Theatre Company, and South Coast Rep. He was a staff writer on the HBO series “The Newsroom” and is currently adapting Javier Marias’ “Your Face Tomorrow” trilogy for Brad Pitt’s Plan B film company.

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