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By Nina Raine
Directed by Stephen Weitz
Oct 9 - Nov 15, 2015
The Ricketson Theatre (View Map & Seating Chart)
Run Time: 2 hours & 10 minutes, including one 15-minute intermission
Ticket Price: Starts at $41
Age Recommendation: 17+
Advisory: Considerable strong adult language, adult themes and some drug references. Electric cigarettes are used in this production.

In this scintillating drama, called “The best-written, deepest, most daring — and funniest — new play in recent years” byThe Wall Street Journal, the members of Billy’s fiercely intelligent and proudly politically incorrect family share private languages, inside jokes and fiery arguments. But meeting Sylvia causes Billy, deaf since birth, to question what it means to be understood. Dissecting the possibilities of belonging, family and language, Tribes is as witty as it is heartrending.

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Talkback with the Cast
Talkback with the Cast
Oct 18 | 3:30pm

Free | The Ricketson Theatre

Join a fun and engaging discussion with the actors from Tribes after the show.

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Oct 29 | 6:30pm

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Nov 7 | 1:30pm

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Talkback with the Higher Education Advisory Council
Talkback with the Higher Education Advisory Council
Nov 8 | 3:30pm
Participate in a topical discussion of Tribes led by members of our academic community.
Theatre & Theology Talkback
Theatre & Theology Talkback
Nov 10 | 9:00pm
Join Pastor Dan Bollman of the Rocky Mountain Evangelical Lutheran Synod to examine Tribes through a theological lens.

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Tad Cooley
Tad Cooley, Billy
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Regional Theatre credits include Tribes (Philadelphia Theatre Company, Pittsburgh's City Theatre Company). Next year he will be performing in the world premiere of I Was Most Alive With You by Craig Lucas in Boston (Huntington Theatre Company). Tad recently appeared on ABC's "Secrets and Lies." Tad would like to dedicate this performance to his girlfriend, Andrea Weinzierl.

Tad Cooley. Photo by Adams Visual Communications.


  • Hometown: Victoria, Texas
  • Training: New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts, one year
  • What was the role that changed your life? When I was 14 years old, I entered in a talent contest at my junior high school. I created this character named Terry the Love Fairy. In my skit, I wore a giant pink tutu with a wand. Along with two backup fairy dancers, I performed an interpretive dance number to "A Thousand Miles" by Vanessa Carlton for this girl to mend her broken heart. As ridiculous as the skit was, it had the entire school in an uproarious laughter. That was the feeling I knew I had to chase. I'm also pretty sure I made a teacher pee her pants.
  • Why are you an actor? I ask myself this question time and time again. I suppose my answer would be the pure enjoyment you get when you're onstage in front of hundreds of people, or on camera and seen by an unending number with the possibility of affecting at least one person out there somewhere. That alone makes my heart full and gives me a sense of purpose.
  • What would you be doing for a career if you weren’t an actor? Neil Degrasse Tyson's assistant. Because he's the coolest guy on the planet.
  • The Dude, Jeff BridgesIdeal scene partner: Jeff Bridges. He is a majorly generous actor. And afterward, I would like to have a beer with him and ask the unending questions I have for him about The Big Lebowski, which is among my five favorite movies.
  • Why does this play matter? It shows the importance of being heard, especially within your own family. I believe this play also raises awareness in communication within families. Billy and his family members all have flaws, but in the end they find acceptance with one another because they are a "Tribe."
  • What do you hope the audience gets out of experiencing Tribes? It's such a moving and captivating play. I believe anyone can relate to it. I hope people leave sympathizing with Billy and understanding why he did what he did. We all make mistakes. Some are worse than others. But what Billy did was for acceptance. In the end, that's what we all want in one way or another. I love talking to audience members after the show and hearing what feelings they have leaving the theatre.
  • Finish this sentence: "All I want is ... "  Laughter.
Isabel Ellison
Isabel Ellison, Ruth
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Theatre in London: The Children’s Hour (West End), Red Bud (Royal Court). Theatre in Chicago: The Night Alive (Steppenwolf Theatre), Measure for Measure (Goodman Theatre), The Crucible (Indiana Repertory Theatre), An Inspector Calls (Remy Bumppo Theatre), The How & The Why (TimeLine Theatre), Hamlet (Writers Theatre). TV: “Chicago Fire.” Training: Guildhall School of Music & Drama in London. Isabel is a Colorado native and now lives in Brooklyn.

  • Isabel EllisonHometown: Boulder
  • Training: Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London
  • What was the role that changed your life? When I was in drama school, I played Masha in Chekhov’s The Three Sisters. Our director taught us a myriad of text, movement and imaginative exercises that changed my whole approach to acting. Our process was collaborative, playful and rigorous. It was the first time I immersed myself totally in a role. I gave up trying to give a “perfect” performance, and instead I learned to focus on my fellow actors, and see what I could learn from them.  
  • Why are you an actor? I suppose because when I was younger I saw films and plays that moved me deeply; that changed me viscerally and profoundly. I want to give that experience to others.
  • What would you be doing for a career if you weren’t an actor? A journalist or writer. Perhaps a human-rights lawyer.
  • Ideal scene partner: Ingrid Bergman. ‘Nuff said.
  • Why does this play matter? I think most people can relate to what Billy goes through in the play. He has to break away from his family in order to become his own person. And although it’s quite painful, it turns out to be beneficial for everyone. Both Daniel and Ruth also have their own journeys toward independence. It’s about learning to adapt and change as a person, and surviving the transition - like Sylvia has to do with becoming deaf.
  • What do you hope the audience gets out of Tribes? Some laughs and an energetic conversation afterward.
  • Finish this sentence: "All I want is ... "
    To go for a walk on a Saturday morning, read the paper and then go to the theatre to do a play. 

Stephen Weitz
Stephen Weitz, Director
Directed the recent DCPA Theatre Company production of Tribes. He also directed Jackie & Me and has appeared in the Theatre Company productions Tom Sawyer, King Lear, Richard III, Othello, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Stephen is the Producing Ensemble Director of Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company where he has directed Antigone, Fat Pig, The Sunset Limited, Gross Indecency, How The World Began, Bach at Leipzig, Seminar, The SantaLand Diaries, Ambition Facing West, and the World Premiere of And the Sun Stood Still. Stephen has worked at other prominent area theatres such as the Colorado Shakespeare Festival (Hamlet, Bottom, The Fool, and many others), the Arvada Center, and TheatreWorks. He holds an MFA from the Acting program at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival as well as an MA in Theatre from CU-Boulder.
Kate Finch
Kate Finch, Sylvia
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Broadway: Prymate (Allison standby) at the Longacre Theatre. She has performed on stages in Chicago, London, Kansas City, and New York. Favorite roles include Viola in Twelfth Night (Secret Theatre, NYC), Belle in A Christmas Carol, Sylvia in Tribes (Portland Stage Company), and Barbara in SOUND (INK’D Festival, Playwright’s Realm, NYC). Films/Shorts: “The Final Illusion,” “Better Lives,” and “English20.” Training: BFA, Drake University.

Kate Finch on the first day of 'Tribes' rehearsal. Photo by John Moore.


  • Role: Sylvia in Tribes
  • Hometown: Kansas City, Mo.
  • Training: BFA, Drake University
  • A Kate Finch quoteWhat was the role that changed your life? When I was about 12, I was cast in a production of Mother Hicks at Kansas City's Theatre for Young America, and I think that's the experience I can pinpoint as my "uh-oh-I-love-the-theatre" moment. Being surrounded by a group of adults who got to play for a living was magic, and I learned everything I could from them (and I'm sure I was an absolute pest in the process). I've been on bigger stages and in fancier costumes since then, but I don't think anything compares to the way I felt every single day during that production.
  • Why are you an actor? I came up with and discarded several wisecrack answers for this one because the real answer isn't terribly exciting. It's because it makes me happy.
  • What would you be doing for a career if you weren’t an actor? My inner child is begging me to say "an archaeologist or a veterinarian," but I think my alternate-universe career would be as a book editor. I'm a hopeless bookworm (read: nerd), and I love the idea of helping authors shape their stories before sending them out into the world. 
  • Kevin SpaceyIdeal scene partner: Kevin Spacey. He commits 100 percent to his characters, and he's a generous listener, which makes for a great scene partner. Plus, he's ridiculously talented.
  • What do you hope the audience gets out of Tribes? All else aside, Tribes is a good story. It's funny. And heartbreaking. And it will add a handful of inappropriate words to your vocabulary. So, while I want the audience to learn about Deaf culture and communication and the importance of finding your own identity outside the context of a specific group, I also hope everyone can just pull up a chair and enjoy being part of the family for a couple of hours.
  • Finish this sentence: "All I want is ... "

    World peace. And maybe a glass of sauvignon blanc if you're going to the kitchen anyway.

Stephen Paul Johnson
Stephen Paul Johnson, Christopher
At the Theatre Company: A Skull in Connemara. Other Theatres: Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival (NY), 16 seasons, 40 roles including King Lear, Prospero, Shylock, Titus Andronicus. Other Regional: A.C.T. (San Francisco), Shakespeare Theatre (D.C.), Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Asolo Theatre (FL); PCPA/Theatrefest (CA) artist-in-residence, six years. Touring: West Side Story 50th Anniversary World Tour (Lt. Schrank). TV: “Boardwalk Empire,” “Law & Order,” “Law and Order: SVU.” Training: MFA, American Conservatory Theatre.
Kathleen McCall
Kathleen McCall, Beth
At the Theatre Company: 10 seasons. Kathleen has been a professional actress for over 25 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 Rec-ipient. Training: London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.

Andrew Pastides
Andrew Pastides, Daniel
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Regional Credits: Half N’ Half N’ Half (Merrimack Rep), Goldfish (Magic Theatre), The Glass Menagerie (Two River Theatre Co.), The Chosen (Cleveland Play House), Molly’s Delicious (Arizona Theatre Co.), Tartuffe (Two River), Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde (Theatre Alliance). New York credits include Love Song (59E59), Makeout Session (Barrow Group). TV/Film credits include: “Blue Bloods,” “Suits,” “Law and Order,” “MA,” Hank and Asha, Shadows and Lies, Perfectly Normal. Best Actor Award for Hank and Asha at The Nappa Vally Film Festival and the Wild Rose Film Festival. Training: SCGSAH, UNCSA.

Andrew Pastides at the first rehearsal of 'Tribes.'  Photo by John Moore. Andrew Pastides at the first rehearsal of 'Tribes.'  Photo by John Moore.

At the Theatre Company: Debut. Regional Credits: Half N’ Half N’ Half (Merrimack Rep), Goldfish (Magic Theatre), The Glass Menagerie (Two River Theatre Co.), The Chosen (Cleveland Play House), Molly’s Delicious (Arizona Theatre Co.), Tartuffe (Two River), Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde (Theatre Alliance). New York credits include Love Song (59E59), Makeout Session (Barrow Group). TV/Film credits include: “Blue Bloods,” “Suits,” “Law and Order,” “MA,” Hank and Asha, Shadows and Lies, Perfectly Normal. Best Actor Award for Hank and Asha at The Nappa Vally Film Festival and the Wild Rose Film Festival. Training: SCGSAH, UNCSA.


  • Hometown: Amherst, Mass.
  • Training: University of North Carolina School of the Arts
  • What was the role that changed your life? I had been reading the plays of John Kolvenbach in high school. When I graduated college I had the opportunity to work with him on his play Goldfish. It was the perfect confluence of material and role. It was a situated where I felt truly valued for the first time. I found my voice through this play and it will be dear to me forever.
  • Why are you an actor? I don't know why I'm an actor in the bigger sense but I do know that the ones I look up to recognize the innate political purpose of the theatre. They are the most empathetic, the most gracious, and the hardest working. They understand that theatre has the ability to incite action, and provoke change. They are the antithesis to the "business" of acting. They represent the integrity of the craft. They also make people laugh. I'd like to be like them. I'm also just a curious person.
  • What would you be doing for a career if you weren’t an actor? Maybe something in public health. Or carpentry. 
  • Denis LavantIdeal scene partner: There's a guy called Denis Lavant who is a French clown. He has this crazy ability to live physically and spiritually in his roles. We'd do something really acrobatic but dangerous and based completely in truth. Like two monkey fighting to the death. I think that would be fun.
  • Why does this play matter? Because it shocks the senses awake, through humor, to the pain of loneliness and longing, the importance of family and love, and the guilt that we all feel about excluding those who are the same as us because we feel they are different.
  • What do you hope the audience gets out of Tribes? A couple of laughs and a conversation afterwards.
  • Finish this sentence: "All I want is ... "A lady, and a house with a porch.

Andrew Pastides

Nina Raine
Nina Raine, Playwright
 After graduating from Oxford, Nina Raine began her career as a trainee director at the Royal Court Theatre. She dramaturged and directed the hard-hitting verbatim play Unprotected at the Liverpool Everyman, for which she won both the TMA Best Director Award and the Amnesty International Freedom of Expression Award for an Outstanding Production on a Human Rights Theme. Unprotected was also nominated as Best Regional Production by whatsonstage.com. Rabbit is Nina’s first play, for which she won London’s Evening Standard Award 2006 for Most Promising Playwright, the Critics’ Circle Award 2006 for Most Promising Playwright, and was nominated as Best London Newcomer by whatsonstage.com. The play was also shortlisted for the Verity Bargate Award 2004. It premiered at the Old Red Lion Theatre in 2006 and after a sell-out run transferred to the Trafalgar Studios in London’s West End, followed by a production for Brits Off Broadway in New York in 2007. Nina’s second play, Tiger Country, was shortlisted for the Sphinx Theatre Brave New Roles Award, and is under commission to the Royal Court Theatre.
Meghan Anderson Doyle
Meghan Anderson Doyle, Costume Designer
At the Theatre Company: FADE, Tribes, One Night in Miami…, Appoggiatura, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, Jackie & Me, The Giver, Superior Donuts, Well and Ed, Downloaded. Other Theatres: At Off-Center (Sweet & Lucky, CULT FOLLOWING seasons 1-5, Lord of the Butterflies), DCPA Cabaret (I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change! and Five Course Love). Other Theatres: Curious Theatre Company (Marcus or the Secret of Sweet, In The Red and Brown Water, Good People, The Brothers Size, A Number, Up, tempOdyssey), The Aurora Fox (Metamorphoses), National Theatre Conservatory Rep (2005-2012). Special/Training: DCPA Theatre Company Costume Design Associate 2006-present. BA in Theatre, University of Denver; MFA in Costume Design, University of Florida.
Kathryn G. Maes, Ph.D
Kathryn G. Maes, Ph.D, Voice and Dialect Coach
At the Theatre Company: FADE, The Nest, Tribes, Benediction, Appoggiatura, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, Lord of the Flies, The Unsinkable Molly Brown, Animal Crackers, Shadowlands, Hamlet, black odyssey, A Christmas Carol, Jackie & Me, The Most Deserving, Just Like Us, Death of a Salesman, When We Are Married, Fences, The Three Musketeers, Heartbreak House, Great Wall Story. Other Theatres: Royal Shakespeare Company, Royal National Theatre (Arthur Miller’s American Clock). Special/Training: Voice and Dialect Coach for numerous professional theatre companies in the United States, Head of Voice at DCPA Theatre Company. Ph.D. in Theatre Arts, University of Pittsburgh; Advanced Diploma in Voice Studies, Central School of Speech and Drama, London, England.
Craig Breitenbach
Craig Breitenbach, Sound Designer
At the Theatre Company: Tribes, The Unsinkable Molly Brown, Just Like UsSense & Sensibility The Musical, Irving Berlin’s White ChristmasRing of Fire: The Music of Johnny CashA Christmas CarolTo Kill a MockingbirdA Midsummer Night’s DreamMama Hated DieselsEventideA Raisin in the SunQuiltersA Prayer for Owen Meany, Noises OffThirdA Funny Thing…ForumKing LearAmadeusCrownsThe Clean HouseMeasure for MeasureA Flea in Her EarFire on the MountainThe MisanthropeThe Three SistersLove’s Labor’s LostThe Skin of Our TeethBetrayalSpinning Into ButterDinner With FriendsGross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar WildeThe Laramie ProjectThe Little Foxes. Awards: 2008 Henry Award for Plainsong.
Lisa Orzolek
Lisa Orzolek, Set Designer
At the Theatre Company: (200+ productions/23 seasons) Tribes, One Night in Miami…, Benediction, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, Shadowlands, Jackie & Me, Death of a Salesman, Great Wall Story, The Liar, Superior Donuts, Othello, Well, The Voysey Inheritance, The Trip to Bountiful, Gee’s Bend, Third, The Pillowman, Living Out, After Ashley, A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur, Boston Marriage, Visiting Mr. Green, Blue/Orange. Other Theatres: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Macbeth, Complete Works of Shakespeare (Abridged), Richard II (Colorado Shakespeare Festival); Love...Perfect...Change, Five Course Love, Girls Only, The Taffetas, My Way (DCPA Cabaret); Twelfth Night, God’s Country (National Theatre Conservatory). Training: BFA in Scenic Design, Boston University.
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.

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.
Jeff Gifford
Jeff Gifford, Director of Production

Jeff is in his fourth season at the DCPA and oversees everything 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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Hands On Productions LLC, Deaf Accessibility Consultants
Specializing in Deaf access to the performing arts, HoP works with theaters throughout the Denver community and beyond to make performance open to all audiences. We are proud to support theaters incorporating Deaf actors as well as shadow interpreting. We are thrilled to be part of the Tribes team.
Shannon McKinney
Shannon McKinney, Lighting Designer
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Other Theatres: Colorado Shakespeare Festival (The Tempest, The Merry Wives of Windsor), The Arvada Center (Memphis, Tarzan, End of the Rainbow, Man of La Mancha), Curious Theatre Company (Venus in Fur, The Brothers Size, Red, Eurydice), Indiana Repertory Theatre, Steppenwolf Theatre, The Court Theatre, Lookingglass Theatre. Special/Awards: CTG Henry Award for Outstanding Lighting Design (The Whipping Man, Painted Bread, Man of La Mancha, Red), Company Member of Curious Theatre.
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.
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.

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