The Diaries of Adam and Eve

Translated by Mark Twain

The Crew








Constance has been a professional actress for over 30 years touring in well known national productions, costarring with many celebrated actors in film & theatre.  One of her 200 national commercials received a "Cleo" award for best national comedic commercial of that year.  In LA, she co-starred & had re-occurring roles in Knotts Landing, Hill Street Blues, Superior Court, & The Young and the Restless.  She had featured roles in films such as The Rose and Murder in Peyton Place.  She may be best known for her network animated series, Super Friends, as the voice of Wonder Woman.  She has taught acting for commercials and on-camera cold reading.  As a director, she created a Podium Theatre in LA and directed there as well.  She has been the director on most of the productions for CSC and is proud to be one of its founding members.


Producer and Sound/Lighting Design

   Bill Cawlfield

Bill is a 35-year veteran of the consumer electronics industry, recipient of CEDIA's Lifetime Achievement Award and named one of the Top 50 Most Influential People in the Home Networking / Home Control Industry. Bill has produced all the performances of our theatre to date. He has also created all of the lighting and sound for the Colorado Stage Company’s productions and is a founding member.  He is one of the founding members of the Colorado Stage Company.














The Cast


Part Played By


 Michelle Paul

Michelle Paul, (Eve) feels so blessed to be exploring The Bible According to Mark Twain through this play.  She has performed all over the Metro Denver area for over 20 years in plays, musicals, murder mysteries, piano bars, and private parties and some random TV shows and commercials.  Favorite roles include: Viola in Twelfth Night, Yente, the matchmaker in Fiddler, Nancy in Oliver!, Agnes in I do!, I do!, Sister Mary Amnesia in Nunsense, Peggy in the Taffetas, and Taffeta Christmas, Lucy in Narnia and Charlotte in Charlotte’s Web.  I am proud to say that I work as a Standardized/Simulated Patient for various Medical/Professional Training institutions and as a Professional Christmas Caroler for the Original Dickens Carolers. My job as Mother-of-3 (young adults) is on flex-time lately as we have one left in the nest and two others visiting during school breaks or when they need me to go with/take them shopping. Much gratitude and love to Patrick, for his friendship, professionalism and wit, thanks to Bill, Connie, and Stuart for giving us a fun place to play, and thank you, Ken and Anna for holding down the fort and for unconditional love, and most importantly, thank you for supporting the arts!  I couldn’t be here if you weren’t!   

Adam        Patrick Hurley


Patrick is excited to be back with Colorado Stage. Patrick originated the role of Delightful in "Dearly Departed" at the Avenue theater. He also had the  opportunity to play Max Nuggett in "Murder Most Fowl" also at the Avenue. Other  work includes Biff in "Death of a Salesman" at the Upstart Crow in Boulder and  most recently as Bobby in "Walking the Dead" in a regional theater outside of  Los Angeles. After five years Patrick is somewhat nervous about his return to the stage so feel free to laugh a little bit harder  for him...and feel free to applaud a little bit longer... Patrick wants to thank his parents for their ongoing and unending  support and to Cory without whom nothing would be possible.  "It is great to be back home on the stage, I love acting" because as Oscar Wilde said..."it is so much more real, than life...