The Altos
The Crew

Cynthia is one of the founding members of the Colorado Stage Company and currently holds the position of Executive Producer. She has extensive experience in theatre, film and video. Her theatrical experience includes theaters in Milwaukee WI, Tampa FL, Harrisburg PA and Denver. Her favorite theatrical roles have been as Audrey in "Little Shop of Horrors", Susie in "Wait Until Dark" and "Olive" in the female version of "The Odd Couple".
Asst. Director
Susan is currently the Theatre/Speech teacher at the University of Denver High School. She has been part of Denver's theatre community for the past 12 years, treading the boards as an actress or behind the scenes as a director, teacher, coach and advocate. She is one of the founding members of the Colorado Stage Company as well as a  member for the Alliance of Colorado Theatre. She has been seen as Chris Gorman in "Rumors" for ACT Englewood, "Madam" in "Cafe Noir", and most recently as "Melissa" in "Love Letters" for Colorado Stage Company.
     Producer and sound/Lighting Design
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 "Wacky World of Christopher Durang" , "Love Letters" and "Jake's Women".  He has also created all stage,  lighting and sound effects for Colorado Stage Company's productions. He is one of the founding members of the Colorado Stage Company 

Part Played By
Tony Alto  Joe
Joe is ecstatic to be back for another production with the Colorado Stage Company.  His prior work with CSC includes "Love Letters" & "The Wacky World of Christopher Durang".  His past performances include, Smoky in "Damn Yankees, "Detective Dick Dark in "The Penguin Jug," and the Russian spy in "See How They Run".  "I jumped at the chance to play Tony", claims Joe. "And I didn't have to threaten or whack nobody to get it."
Toffee Alto Gretchen
Gretchen is thrilled to be playing Toffee Alto in her first appearance with CSC.  Her experience includes work on stage, film, and television, including a winning run on the prime time trivia game show "NBC's TwentyOne.".  Some of her favorite stage roles include Trudie Tectiff in "The Butler Didn't Do it" and Gwen/Debbie in "Footlight Frenzy".  "I really enjoy performing in dinner theater because of the interaction with the audience. 
Dr. Malaise Constance
Twenty five years acting experience with some of our most prestigious celebrities in theatre, commercials and film, including the animated TV series "Super Friends" as the voice of Wonder Woman. Teacher of voice-over and on-camera commercials. Co-creator of a podium theatre in Los Angeles and a former theatrical and literary agent, she is presently second liaison for the local Colorado chapter of Actor's Equity Association.  She is also one of the founding members of the Colorado Stage Company 
Nona Chip Winn
Chip is elated to be part of Colorado Stage Company's production of "The Altos".  A veteran teacher and actor, Chip's favorite roles include Miss Prism in "The Importance of Being Ernest", Charlotte Wallace in "Beyond Therapy" and Pauline in "A Winter's Tale".  Her dedication to the art of theatre brings her all the way from Glenwood Springs for this production.
Father Flip Tajal
A native New Yorker, Tajal Atman has performed on three continents over his 30 years of stagework.  Vocalist and trumpet player for the Denver based band, "Led Astray", he was last seen at Destiny Productions' "Whodunit" in June.  He is currently completing his one man show, "Passport Poems".
Chris Chuck
Chuck, originally from Philadelphia, is new to Denver, spending the last 4 years acting in Arizona and California.  There he's performed in theatrical productions of "Fight Club" and "A Few Good Men"  He starred in the Improv show "Joey & Maria's Comedy Italian Wedding".  His credits also include the independent films "Smoke and Mirrors", "Mickey Bullock", "The Town That Outlawed Christmas", "New Year's Eve", "Reciprocity", Lifetime's "The Truth About Jane", and the upcoming Denver production "Con 2001".  Chuck is currently performing in the Denver Improv group, TheatreSports, and in Destiny Production's "Moby Dick".
Don is having a ball working with this cast and crew in his first production with the CSC.  He's always enjoyed entertaining, but since retiring from banking four years ago, he has immersed himself in theatre.  In the last two years he performed in "1776", "Guys & Dolls", "Into the Woods", "Fiddler on the Roof", and "Brigadoon".  Don is president of Littleton's Town Hall Art Center and is proud of their growing reputation in the local theatre scene.  Theatre is #2 in his life and he wants to lovingly thank #1 for her 44 years of support.