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The Secret Garden

Book and Lyrics by Marsha Norman
Music by Lucy Simon
Based on the novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett
Directed by Jenn Thompson
Apr 21 - May 28, 2017
• MUSICAL • FAMILY FRIENDLY
Run Time: Approximately 2 hours 10 minutes plus one 15 minute intermission
Ticket Price: Varies by date and availability
Age Recommendation: 6+; children 4+ are welcome in our theatres. Please note: Children under 4, including babes in arms, will not be admitted.
Advisory: Theatrical fog/haze and strobe lighting effects

Hope is powerful magic

The beloved classic The Secret Garden blossoms anew in this enchanting musical full of beautiful melodies. When young Mary is sent to live with her uncle after the death of her parents, she finds herself surrounded by distant relatives who are overcome by grief and fear. But when she uncovers the key to her late aunt’s long-lost garden, she becomes determined to revive the beauty that once flourished. Surrounded by spirits of the past, she uses the magic of hope to help the world around her grow once again.

Producing Partners: Isabelle Clark and Diana & Mike Kinsey

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Added performance benefiting the DCPA’s Student Matinee program
Added performance benefiting the DCPA’s Student Matinee program
May 28 | 6:30pm

Tickets to this performance include a $10 tax-deductible donation to help send a child to the theatre this season.

Over 2,500 Denver area students will attend a performance of The Secret Garden as a part of our student matinee program. For many, this will be their first exposure to live theatre. Next season, our goal is to reach more than 30,000 students through this program, but we can only do it with the support of our Colorado community.

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Creative Team Perspectives
Creative Team Perspectives
Apr 21 | 6:00pm

The Jones

Get an exclusive insider’s perspective before the show when you join us for a free, professionally-moderated discussion with the creative team.

 
Perspectives: Higher Education Advisory Council
Perspectives: Higher Education Advisory Council
Apr 30 | 1:30pm
Participate in a topical discussion led by members of our academic community after the matinee performance.
 
Education Workshop
Education Workshop
May 7 | 11:30am

1101 13th St.

Special pre-show experience for grades 5 - 12 with our 90-minute Education Workshop. Take a journey inside the story and build your own character with our talented Teaching Artists. Plus receive a discounted ticket to 1:30pm performance.

Please call 303-446-4829 to purchase

Total Package: $50 (includes ticket plus workshop)
Special discount ticket for adults attending show.

 
Cast Perspectives
Cast Perspectives
May 14 | 1:30pm
Join a fun and engaging discussion with the actors after the matinee performance.
 
Perspectives: Theatre & Theology
Perspectives: Theatre & Theology
May 16 | 6:30pm

Join Pastor Dan Bollman of the Rocky Mountain Evangelical Lutheran Synod after the performance to examine the show through a theological lens.

 
 Accessible Matinee Performance
Accessible Matinee Performance
May 21 | 1:30pm

To buy tickets for any accessible performance, select the appropriate code noted below. For optimal service, call the box office at 303.893.4100 or TTY 303.893.9582.

Sign Language promo code: ASL
Audio Description promo code: AUDIO
Open Captioned promo code: OCAP

 

 
The Secret Garden- 2016-17 Theatre Company Season
 
'The Secret Garden' in Denver
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Jefferson Behan
Jefferson Behan, Swing
At the Theatre Company: Sweeney Todd. Off Broadway/NYC: Sweeney Todd (The Beadle, Theatre 20/20), At Buffalo (Mr. Dundy, The Pearl Theatre), Same Time, Next Year (George, The Lion Theatre), Earthly Delights (Labcoat Sextet, 2nd Stage Theatre), and ISH: A New Opera (Tenor, Ars Nova). Selected Regional: Les Misérables (Feuilly), Oliver (Mr. Bumble), Titanic (Pitman/Hartley), Brigadoon (Charlie), My Fair Lady (Freddy), The Producers (Lead Tenor), Cabaret (Ernst), Beauty and the Beast (D’Arque) and Forever Plaid (Jinx). Tenor soloist: Carnegie Hall, Kennedy Center, Notre Dame Cathedral, and the Cathedrals of St. John the Divine and St. Francis of Assisi. Training: University of Nebraska.
Elizabeth Broadhurst
Elizabeth Broadhurst, Rose / Understudy Lily Craven
At the Theatre Company: Debut. New York: Annie at Madison Square Garden (Grace), Oh Kay! (Kay) and Wonderful Town (Ruth) at Musicals Tonight! National Tour: Mary Poppins, (First and Second National - Mrs. Banks, u/s Mary, u/s Miss Andrew), Annie: 30th Anniversary Tour (Grace). European Tour: Hair, Paris cast (Jeanie u/s). Regional Theatre: Mary Poppins (Mary) and Henry V (Alice) at Utah Shakespeare Festival, 1776 at The Guthrie Theater (Martha Jefferson), Company at Pittsburgh Public Theater (Susan), Two Gentleman of Verona, the rock musical at Baltimore Center Stage (Milkmaid). Cast Recording: Annie: 30th Anniversary (TimeLife). Training: BFA, The Boston Conservatory
Carey Rebecca Brown
Carey Rebecca Brown, Lily Craven
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Select Credits - Broadway/Off Broadway/National Tours: The Sound of Music (dir. Jack O’Brien), Ragtime (revival), Candide (NYCO), Greenwillow (York Theatre Company), and The Radio City Christmas Spectacular. Regional Theatres: The McCarter Theatre, Bay Street Theatre, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Westport Country Playhouse, La Mirada Performing Arts, San Diego Rep., East West Players, Portland Center Stage, Sacramento Music Circus, and Olney Theatre Center. TV: “Switched At Birth.” careyrebeccabrown.com
Stephen Cerf
Stephen Cerf, Major Holmes
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Other Theatres: Broadway: Jersey Boys (also the national tour and South Korea). Off Broadway: Nevermore. National Tours: Motown The Musical, Rock of Ages, Spamalot. Select Regional credits: A Christmas Carol (The Arvada Center), Les Misérables (Weston Playhouse), Witches of Eastwick (Ogunquit Playhouse), Fiddler on the Roof (John W. Engeman Theater). Stephen is the author of The Not So Starving Artist a book on finances and investing for young people available on amazon.com. Training: The Boston Conservatory. A Colorado native, Stephen is a proud member of Actors Equity Association.
Brandon Contreras
Brandon Contreras, Albert Lennox / Understudy Neville Craven
At the Theatre Company: Debut. National Tour: In the Heights. Regional World Premieres: Astoria: Part One (Portland Center Stage), The Count of Monte Cristo (Pioneer Theatre Company), Cuba Libre (Artists Repertory Theatre). Other NYC and regional credits include: Our Lady of 121st Street (Lion Theatre), Our Town (Actor’s Fund Benefit), Kiss Me Kate (Maltz Jupiter), See What I Wanna See, The Connector (Reading, NYTW), The Hamilton Mixtape (Reading, Public Theatre). Training: BFA, Musical Theatre and Minor, Dance; Pace University. @Ohhey_Brandon www.brandoncontreras.com
Liam Forde
Liam Forde, Dickon
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Liam most recently received
a Helen Hayes nomination for his performance in Hand to God at the Studio Theatre. New York: Much Ado About Nothing (Theatre for a New Audience), Big, Six Wives (York). Regional/Tour: Jumpers for Goalposts (Studio Theatre, Helen Hayes nomination), Peter and the Starcatcher (Pioneer Theatre Company), Amazing Grace (Goodspeed), Seussical (tour). Concert/Cabaret: Jazz at Lincoln Center, 54 Below, Signature Theatre, and in Paris at L’Auguste Théâtre, Club Rayé, and Café Universel. Special Awards/Training: Recipient of the 2014 Julie Wilson and Nightlife Awards and a 2013 Bistro Award. BFA, Boston Conservatory.
Jay Garcia
Jay Garcia, Fakir
At the Theatre Company: Debut. National tours and New York credits include West Side Story, Legally Blonde, Avenue Q (Las Vegas) Altar Boyz. Readings: The Three Amigos! & The Man In The Ceiling. Regional Theatre: Aladdin, Venice, Fiddler on The Roof, Peter Pan. Training: The American Musical and Dramatic Academy.
Michael Halling
Michael Halling, Dr. Neville Craven
At the Theatre Company: The Unsinkable Molly Brown. Broadway: The Boy From Oz, The Pajama Game, A Tale of Two Cities, In My Life, The Scarlet Pimpernel. Off-Broadway and New York credits: Giant (The Public); El Gallo in The Fantasticks; Mark Livingstone in The Streets of New York and Sean Enright in Donnybrook!, both at The Irish Rep, and Bells Are Ringing at City Center Encores. National Tours: Les Miserables (Enjolras) and The Full Monty (Teddy). Select regional credits include: Anatoly in Chess at Pioneer Theater; Robert Kincaid in the regional premiere of The Bridges of Madison County at Arkansas Rep; Mr. Darcy in Pride and Prejudice at Bristol Riverside, George Marvin Brush in Lee Blessing’s adaptation of Heaven’s My Destination at The Cleveland Play House; John Jasper in The Mystery of Edwin Drood at The Repertory Theater of St. Louis. TV: “The Americans”, “Believe”. www.michaelhalling.com
Adam Heller
Adam Heller, Ben Weatherstaff
At the Theatre Company: The Immigrant. Broadway: It Shoulda Been You, Elf; Baby It’s You,; A Class Act, Victor/Victoria, Les Miserables, Caroline, or Change. Off Broadway: Peer Gynt (CSC); Fiorello! (City Center Encores!); Wings; Make Me a Song; The Immigrant; Endgame; Merrily We Roll Along. National Tours: Titanic; Falsettos. Regional: Fiddler on the Roof (Goodspeed, Connecticut Critics Circle Award: Best Actor); Follies (St. Louis Rep); Smart Blonde (City Theater); The Chosen (Barrington Stage); My Name is Asher Lev (Arden, Round House, DTC); Merrily We Roll Along (Kennedy Center). TV: “The Good Fight”; “Elementary”; “The Americans”; “Law & Order” (all); “Unforgettable”; “The Sopranos”; “Oz”; “Submissions Only.”
Anakeesta Ironwood
Anakeesta Ironwood, Understudy Mary Lennox
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Other Theatres: Theatre Aspen (Young Cosette in Les Misérables), SoL Theatre and JGP.  She has performed at Lincoln Center in NYC with the Broadway Dreams Foundation. 
Nancy Johnston
Nancy Johnston, Mrs. Medlock
At the Theatre Company: Debut.  She appeared in the workshop and original production of The Secret Garden on Broadway as Alice and Mrs. Winthrop. Broadway: The Music Man, Elf. First National Tours: Hold Me, Touch Me, The Producers (L.A. Opening); The Wardrobe, Beauty and the Beast (Atlanta’s TOTS). Off Broadway: Jessica Gatewood, Splendora (world premiere), Olympus on my Mind, Nunsense, Merrily We Roll Along and Allegro. Regional: Big Edie/Little Edie, Grey Gardens (Houston Stages); Florence Foster Jenkins, Souvenir (Burlington, VT and Houston). Julia, Lend Me A Tenor (Paper Mill Theater and Bay Street). Chloe, Lips Together, Teeth Apart (Capitol Rep in Austin, TX; Best Actress, Critics Table Award), the Baker’s Wife, Into The Woods (St. Louis Rep and North Shore Music Theater). Co-founder of Brick Town Theater in Beacon, NY where she resides with her husband Jess. She is a proud member of Equity for 41 years.
Avi Levin
Avi Levin, Understudy Colin Craven
At the Theatre Company: A Christmas Carol, Frankenstein. Other Theatres: Comedy of Errors (Colorado Shakespeare Festival), Les Misérables, Oliver, Shrek The Musical (American Academy of Dramatic Arts), Annie (Colorado Children’s Theatre). Avi is a seventh grade Theatre Major at the Denver School of the Arts.
Zoe Manarel
Zoe Manarel, Mary Lennox
At the Theater Company: Debut. Other Theater credits: Broadway - Matilda the Musical  ( Lavender ), Off Broadway The Little Princess (Ann), Broadway Lab Productions and Workshops:  Amelie The Musical (Young Amelie) ,Remarkable Journey of Prince Jen ( Little Orchid ) Unbound Musical reading (Young  Zhong-Mei) - TV: “Inside Amy Schumer”, “Unforgettable” ,“Jimmy Fallon” , “Riding the D with Dr. Seeds” Upcoming Amazon Film Debut as Suzie “Z” Yang in a NEW American Girl Story Special , Streaming June 9th. 
Kate Marilley
Kate Marilley, Alice / Mrs. Winthrop / Understudy Mrs. Medlock / Understudy Martha
At the Theatre Company: White Christmas (Judy Haynes). Broadway/National Tour: Billy Elliot (Mum u/s), pre-broadway engagement at Alliance Theatre of The Prom (Dee Dee Allen u/s), Long Wharf Theatre My Paris (Yvette Guilbert), Paper Mill Playhouse Can-Can (Marie), Damn Yankees (Lola), 42nd Street (Peggy Sawyer), Singin in the Rain (Kathy Seldon), On the Town (Ivy Smith), Half a Sixpence (Flo Bates), Something’s Afoot (Lettie), A Chorus Line (Sheila Bryant), Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Ruth), Amazing Grace (Mrs. Catlett), and many more. Training: BFA, Carnegie Mellon.
Sean Palmer
Sean Palmer, Archibald Craven
At Denver Center: Disney’s The Little Mermaid. Broadway credits: The Little Mermaid, The Apple Tree, Saturday Night Fever, Fosse, Dream. West End: The Phantom of The Opera, Crazy For You, On The Town. Regional: Guys and Dolls (Weston Playhouse), The Boyfriend (Bay Street and national tour), Kiss Me Kate (Northshore Music), Of Thee I Sing (Papermill Playhouse), also Yale Rep, Casa Mañana, and Goodspeed Musicals. Off Broadway: The Long Christmas Ride Home. TV/Film: “Sex and the City” (Marcus), “Grey’s Anatomy,” “The Reagans,” “Chicago.”
Daniel Plimpton
Daniel Plimpton, Lt. Shaw / Lt. Wright / Understudy Dickon
At the Theatre Company: Debut. National Tour: The Book of Mormon, Spring Awakening. Regional Credits: Paper Mill Playhouse, O’Neill Theater Center, North Shore Music Theatre, Weston Playhouse, Engeman Theatre, New Century Theatre, Lyric Stage. Training: BFA, The Boston Conservatory.
Sean Reda
Sean Reda, Colin Craven
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Broadway credits include Les Misérables and Radio City Christmas Spectacular. Tour credits include Radio City Christmas Spectacular and Beauty and the Beast National Tour. Film: I Smile Back.
Erin Rubico
Erin Rubico, Swing
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Erin most recently appeared as Marian Paroo in The Music Man at Flat Rock Playhouse. Other regional credits include Fiddler on the Roof (Tzeitel), Les Misérables (Fantine), Nine (Stephanie Necrophorus), How to Succeed (Smitty), and 9 to 5 (Maria Delgado). Training: BA Theatre and Speech, Wagner College.
Regina Steffen
Regina Steffen, Ayah
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Other Theatres: THEATREWORKS (Antony and Cleopatra, Charmian), Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center (The Drowsy Chaperone, Trix), Theatre Aspen (Avenue Q, Christmas Eve), Creede Repertory Theatre (The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Marcy Park; This Day and Age, Joy), Merry Go Round Playhouse (Miss Saigon, Yvette), Seaside Music Theatre (The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Helena US/ Ensemble). Training: BFA, University of Central Florida Conservatory Program.
Emily Walton
Emily Walton, Martha
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Broadway: Peter and the Starcatcher and August: Osage County. Off-Broadway: Ride the Cyclone (MCC), Drama Desk-nominated Women Without Men (The Mint), Eager to Lose: A Burlesque Farce in Rhyming Verse (Ars Nova), The Shaggs and Saved (both at Playwrights Horizons), Cactus Flower (West Side Theatre), and The Deepest Play Ever (New Ohio Theatre). Lots of regional credits too. Upcoming: Daniel Zaitchik’s Darling Grenadine at Goodspeed. Film/TV: “Submission,” “5 Doctors,” “Search Party,” and “Hack My Life.” Emily is also a singer-songwriter and will be releasing her debut album, Little Longings, this year.
Erin Willis
Erin Willis, Claire Holmes / Nurse / Understudy Rose Lennox
At the Theatre Company: The Christians, Frankenstein, All the Way, The 12, A Christmas Carol. Other Theatres: Memphis (Arvada Center), Ain’t Misbehavin (Milwaukee Repertory Theatre), My Fair Lady (Cameron Mackintosh 1st National Tour), Ragtime (Cohoes Music Hall), Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare in the Parking Lot, DCPA Education), 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. Training: The Boston Conservatory. 
Lucy Simon
Lucy Simon, Composer
began her professional career at age 16 with her sister Carly as part of The Simon Sisters. She made her Broadway debut in 1991 as the composer of The Secret Garden, for which she received Tony and Drama Desk nominations, The Drama Loge Award, and a Grammy nomination for the recording of the score. The Secret Garden was produced in Australia in 1995 by the Gordon Frost Organization and starred Anthony Warlow, Marina Prior and Philip Quast, and had a new production for the Millennium under the auspices of The Royal Shakespeare Theatre, which broke box office records during its run at Stratford before it transferred to the West End. Ms. Simon received two Grammy Awards for her In Harmony albums, which she co-wrote and produced. She composed the music for the musical Doctor Zhivago, directed by Des McAnuff, which after a successful run in Australia garnering seven Helpman awards, opened on Broadway in 2015.
Marsha Norman
Marsha Norman, Book & Lyrics
Marsha Norman won the 1983 Pulitzer Prize, Blackburn Prize, Hull-Warriner, and Drama Desk Awards for her play ‘Night, Mother. In 1992 she won a Tony Award and a Drama Desk Award for her book for The Secret Garden. She also wrote the book for the Broadway musical The Color Purple, for which she also received a Tony nomination. She won a Peabody Award for her writing on the HBO television series In Treatment, starring Gabriel Byrne and Dianne Wiest. Her most recent work is the adaptation of The Trumpet of the Swan: A Novel Symphony for Actors and Orchestra, with music conducted and written by Jason Robert Brown. The CD has been released by TRW and PS Classics. Her television and film credits include ‘Night, Mother, starring Sissy Spacek and Anne Bancroft; The Laundromat, starring Carol Burnett and Amy Madigan; The Pool Hall, starring James Earl Jones; Face of a Stranger starring Gena Rowlands and Tyne Daley; Cooler Climate, starring Sally Field and Judy Davis; Audrey Hepburn, Custody of the Heart, and most recently, Samantha, An American Girl. She has won the Margo Jones Award, and the Sidney Kingsley Award and the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Guild Hall Academy of Arts and Letters. Ms. Norman is Co-Chair, with Christopher Durang, of the Playwriting Department of The Juilliard School. She is a native of Kentucky and currently lives in New York. Most recently, she received the William Inge Distinguished Lifetime Achievement in Theatre Award.
Jenn Thompson
Jenn Thompson, Director
At the Theatre Company: Vanya, Sonia, Masha & Spike. Multiple Off-Broadway productions including The Mint’s Women Without Men (2016 Drama Desk, Lortel, Off-Broadway Alliance Award nominee), Abundance (2015 Off-Broadway Alliance Award for Best Revival), and Lost In Yonkers (2012 Drama Desk nominee) for TACT/The Actors Company Theatre, where she served as Artistic Director for 5 seasons. Regional: Goodspeed Opera House, Hartford Stage, St. Louis Rep, City Theatre, Barrington Stage, Pioneer, Portland Stage, TheaterWorks Hartford, Dorset Theatre Festival, River Rep. A 2012 finalist for the SDC’s Joe A. Callaway Award for excellence in New York City directing, Jenn is married to actor Stephen Kunken. They live in Brooklyn with their daughter, Naomi.
Topher Blair
Topher Blair, Projection Designer
At the Theatre Company: The Christians, Frankenstein, All the Way, As You Like It, Tribes, Appoggiatura, Lord of the Flies, black odyssey, Just Like Us. At Off-Center: How I Got Over, Lived Re-Lived, Drag Machine. Other Theatres: The Scarlet Letter (Opera Colorado).
Wilson Chin
Wilson Chin, Scenic Designer

At the Theatre Company: Debut. Broadway: Next Fall. Off-Broadway: Atlantic Theater, Manhattan Theatre Club, Public Theater, Primary Stages, Roundabout Theatre and Second Stage. Opera: Lucia di Lammermoor (Lyric Opera of Chicago), Eine Florentinische Tragodie, Gianni Schicchi (Canadian Opera Company, Dora Award winner), I Am Harvey Milk (Avery Fisher Hall). Regional: Alliance Theatre, Arena Stage, Geffen Playhouse, Goodspeed Musicals, Guthrie Theater, Hartford Stage, La Jolla Playhouse, Long Wharf Theatre, The Old Globe, Steppenwolf, Williamstown Theatre Festival. Education: Yale.
www.wilsonchin.com

Gregg Coffin
Gregg Coffin, Music Director
At the Theatre Company: Music Director – Sweeney Todd, Animal Crackers, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, A Funny Thing…ForumA Christmas Carol. Composer – Heartbreak HouseHamlet, The Taming of the Shrew, The Liar, A Midsummer Night’s DreamMariela in the Desert, OthelloA Prayer for Owen Meany, The Merry Wives of WindsorPride and PrejudiceKing LearMeasure for Measure. Other Theatres: Stratford Festival of Canada, CanStage, Tarragon Theatre, National Arts Centre (Canada); Alley Theatre, American Players Theatre, Arena Stage, Asolo Repertory Theatre, Berkeley Rep, Geva Theatre Center,The Guthrie Theatre, Indiana Rep, PCPA TheatreFest, Pioneer Theatre Company, South Coast Rep, Shakespeare Santa Cruz and the Oregon, Utah, California, Alabama, Great River, St. Louis and Georgia Shakespeare Festivals.
Kathyrn G. Maes, PhD.
Kathyrn G. Maes, PhD., Voice and Dialect
At the Theatre Company: The Christians, The Book of Will, A Christmas Carol, Frankenstein, The Glass Menagerie. Other Theatres: Royal Shakespeare Company, Royal National Theatre (Arthur Miller’s American Clock), Cincinnati Playhouse-in-the-Park. Special Awards/Training: ADVS (Central School of Speech and Drama. London, England); Ph.D. (University of Pittsburgh).
Paul Fouquet, CSA
Paul Fouquet, CSA, Elissa Myers Casting
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.”
Stephanie Prugh
Stephanie Prugh, Dramaturg
At the Theatre Company: Dramaturg for The Glass Menagerie, Script Manager for The Unsinkable Molly Brown and The 12. Other Theatres (various roles): La Jolla Playhouse (Indecent, Healing Wars, Without Walls Festival, Blueprints to Freedom: An Ode to Bayard Rustin, Guards at the Taj), New York Theatre Workshop (The Events). Training: Ph.D. Candidate, University of Colorado, Boulder. MA in Theatre, University of Colorado, Boulder.
David Toser
David Toser, Costume Designer
At the Theatre Company: Debut. An Irene Sharaff Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, his work has been seen on Broadway, off, off-off and in more than a dozen regional theatres. His work has been seen for more than 20 years on both the PBS Memorial Day and Fourth of July Celebrations and on the Tony Awards. 
Philip S. Rosenberg
Philip S. Rosenberg, Lighting Designer
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Broadway credits include The Elephant Man, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder and It’s Only a Play. Off-Broadway includes The Ruins of Civilization, The Explorer’s Club and Cactus Flower. Regional credits include: Kennedy Center, La Jolla Playhouse, Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, Ford’s Theatre, Guthrie Theater, The Old Globe, TheatreWorks, Huntington Theatre, Portland Stage Company, Barrington Stage Company, Williamstown Theatre Festival, McCarter Theatre, Bay Street Theatre, Shakespeare Theatre Company, Dallas Theater Company, Hartford Stage, George Street Playhouse and Westport Country Playhouse.
Patricia Wilcox
Patricia Wilcox, Choreographer
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Broadway: Motown the Musical (Astaire Award & NAACP Award), A Night with Janis Joplin. Off Broadway: Little Shop of Horrors (starring Jake Gyllenhaal), Children’s Letters to God, Bowfire (and PBS Special), Blues in the Night (NAACP nomination), Seussical. West End: Motown. Regional: Cole (The Kennedy Center), Bye Bye Birdie (Goodspeed Opera House), Pirates of Penzance (Missouri Rep), Peter and the Starcatcher (Pioneer Theatre Co), Hair (ATC), Aida (NSMT), Cabaret (SMC), Guys and Dolls (Paper Mill). Choreography for 5 ice skating medalists and teams for the 2006, 2010 and 2014 Winter Olympics.
Zach Williamson
Zach Williamson, Sound Design
At the Theatre Company: Sweeney Todd, The 12. Broadway: Lysistrata Jones, Pal Joey (associate designer), A Little Night Music, The Ritz (assistant designer). Off-Broadway: Irish Repertory Theater, 2nd Stage, American Records, among others. Regional credits: Cincinnati Playhouse, Dallas Theater Center, Kansas City Rep, Baltimore Center Stage, The Ordway, Walnut Street Playhouse, Westport Country Playhouse, The 5th Avenue Seattle, Clarence Brown, Long Wharf, St. Louis Rep, Syracuse Stage, Vermont Stage, Virginia Stage, Pasadena Playhouse, and Goodspeed. He is currently the associate sound designer on Wicked.
Rachel Ducat
Rachel Ducat, Assistant Stage Manager

At the Theatre Company: All The Way, 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. At DCPA Cabaret: An Act of God. Other Theatres: Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (1st National Tour). 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.

Corin Ferris
Corin Ferris, Assistant Stage Manager
At the Theatre Company: Sweeney Todd, All The Way, A Christmas Carol, Lookingglass Alice. At DCPA Cabaret: An Act of God. Other Theatres: Equivocation, Cymbeline (Colorado Shakespeare Festival); Milwaukee Chamber Theatre; Skylight Music Theatre; Renaissance Theatre Works; Wild Space; Milwaukee Repertory Theatre. Training: BFA Stage Management, University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee.
Kurt Van Raden
Kurt Van Raden, Stage Manager
At the Theatre Company: 40+ productions including The Book of Will, Frankenstein, Sweeney Todd, Lookingglass Alice, Benediction, The Unsinkable Molly Brown, Animal Crackers, Hamlet, Just Like Us, Romeo & Juliet, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, The Three Musketeers, Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash, The Taming of the Shrew, A Christmas Carol, The Liar, Othello, A Raisin in the Sun, A Prayer for Owen Meany, Richard III, Noises Off, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Pride and Prejudice, Season’s Greetings, Living Out, After Ashley. At DCPA Cabaret: First national tour of Murder For Two. Other Theatres: Over 56 new plays at The O’Neill Theatre Center (National Playwrights Conference, Cabaret and Performance Conference, Artistic Associate and Production Stage Manager), The Great River Shakespeare Festival.
Charles Varin
Charles Varin, Managing Director
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. 
Nataki Garrett
Nataki Garrett, Associate Artistic Director

Featured in the November 2016 edition of American Theatre Magazine’s “One to Watch”, Nataki Garrett is the Associate Artistic Director of the DCPA Theatre Company, and the former Associate Artistic Director of CalArts Center for New Performance. She is a Company Member at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company a recipient of the NEA/TCG Career Development Program for Directors, a NAACP Award nominee and a member of SDC. Recent regional credits include: Hurt Village, An Octaroon, Pussy Valley, Neighbors, Bullrusher, Hoodoo Love, Semi Circle of Love, Smoke Lilies and Jade. Radio Credits include Biloxi Blues, Tape, 16 Wounded, The Living Room. Opera credits: Wet and Sucktion.

Charlie Miller
Charlie Miller, Associate Artistic Director for Strategy & Innovation

Charlie Miller oversees new and innovative programming at the Denver Center including Off-Center, audience engagement projects, and other strategic initiatives. As co-founder and Curator of Off-Center, Charlie has led its growth from a small theatrical testing center to one of the DCPA’s signature lines of programming. Before joining the Artistic Team full-time, Charlie divided his time between Off-Center and the Theatre Company’s Multimedia Department. As DCPA’s award-wining Resident Video Designer, Charlie designed and created projection/video content for 35 productions in nine seasons. Charlie is a Harvard graduate and a sixth generation Denverite. 

Jeff Gifford
Jeff Gifford, Director of Production

Jeff Gifford is in his fourth season at the DCPA and oversees every-thing you see on stage except the actors. Guiding world premieres to their first opening night is especially gratifying and Jeff has worked on more than 35 of them. Among his favorites are Dinner with Friends, The Violet Hour, The Beard of Avon, Mr. Marmalade, and the new musical FLY. Jeff holds an MFA from California Institute of the Arts.

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