The Crew

Connie has 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. She is a 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 also one of the founding members of the Colorado Stage Company.
Producer and Sound/Lighting Design
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 "Wacky World of Christopher Durang" , "Love Letters" and "Jake's Women", "The Altos" and "Plaza Suite".  He also creates all stage,  lighting and sound effects for Colorado Stage Company's productions. He is one of the founding members of the Colorado Stage Company.
Asst. Director/
Stage Manager


        Scott Kastroll

Scott is pleased to join CSC and the cast of Cheatin’.  This cast and crew has been great to work with!  He has definitely learned a lot during this run, and hopes to work with everyone  again in the near future.    During his off-time, Scott is a Navy Reservist, and enjoys anything outdoors.  Recent credits include: The Fantasticks (Stage Manager/Mute),  Vagina Monologues (Technical Director), Arsenic and Old Lace (Stage Manager).  Scott would like to thank Angelina for her unwavering love, support and the long hours! Thanks Dee!

& Props



Bonnie lived in Houston, Texas in the late 70's and hung out with Ovella and Sara Lee types.  She as been with Colorado Stage for the last six years.  She has costumed them all and has enjoyed every one of them.  Some of her favorites are Sylvia, Rumors, The Odd Couple (Female Version), and Charlie Brown.  Bonnie has also costumed for other theatres in the Metro area.  Most recently The Big Bang at Playwright Theater.  She has had a wonderful time working with this zany cast.  Enjoy the show!




The Cast


Part Played By
Sara Lee Turnover     Sue Rossman

Susan currently teaches Theatre and Speech at the University of Denver High School. She has been part of Denver's theatre community for the past 20 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 CSC as well as having served on the board for the Alliance of Colorado Theatre. She was last seen as Sara Lee, in Daddy's Dyin' ... last Fall's production for CSC.  She has also been seen as , "Madam" in Cafe Noir,  "Melissa" in Love Letters,  "Karen" in Jake's Women,  "Karen Nash" in Plaza Suite, "Mimi" in The Producer's Fatal Hit, as well as having directed Three Viewings for Colorado Stage Company.


Teddy Joe Wilks



Ken Paul (Teddy Joe Wilks) is making his Colorado Stage debut.  He has been seen on several Denver stages over the years including the Arvada Center (Jekyll & Hyde, Victor/Victoria), Country Dinner Playhouse (Fiddler), Aurora Fox (I Do, I Do), NextStage (Assassins) and a dozen shows at Littleton Town Hall (Chorus Line, Little Women the Musical).  He has enjoyed working with this great cast and crew and would like to thank his wife, Michelle, and his three kids, Adam, Marie and Anna, for all of their love and support.  He would also like to thank his voice coach, Vickie Tucker.



Clarence Hopkins       Kevin Tobias Brown


Kevin attended the Berklee College of Music in Boston as well as the University of Northern Colorado and is back for his second drink at the watering hole with Colorado Stage, the first being as Schroeder in last years You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown. He has been privileged to perform in many Denver regional premiers such as Floyd Collins (Floyd); Miss Saigon (Engineer); and most recently as himself in what was the longest running production in Denver last season, Party of One. He has appeared in shows at the Arvada Center, Country Dinner Playhouse, Boulder’s Dinner Theatre, and the Town Hall Arts Center among other Denver and Northern Colorado performance venues, and some favorite roles include: Chuck Cranston, Footloose; Archibald, The Secret Garden; Will Parker, Oklahoma!; Bernardo, West Side Story; James, Shenandoah; Danny, Grease; and as Reverend Jim Casey in The Grapes of Wrath. Kevin has also be seen in various commercials and TV programs such as America’s Most Wanted and can be heard on recordings for several new musicals world wide through Pioneer Music and others. He is also active in children’s theatre performing at the Walden Family Playhouse and with the Littleton Town Hall Educational Outreach Program and works locally as a voice/drama instructor and musical director for Christian Youth Theatre of Denver. 

Bo Bob Jasper



Chris is pleased as a starvin' tick on an arthritic dog to be working with Colorado Stage Company for the first time.  He has been seen around the Denver Area in many productions some of which are the regional premiere of The Underpants, the world premiere of I Never Promised You a Rose Garden, and (for the observer of detail) he is the voice  Big Brother in the recent 1984 production. Thanks to Tiff and Boba Fett for the love, laughs, and lunacy.


Sid Cranford          Eric Weber

Last seen at the CSC sitting in the audience watching his lovely wife Christie Cass delight audiences with her various roles, including Marlene Turnover in “Daddy’s Dyin’, Who’s got the Will?”, the sequel to this show. This is his first show with CSC. Previously LOTS of people saw him as “Junior” in the long running hit “Dearly Departed” at the Avenue Theatre, which ran nearly 4 years during the Clinton presidency.  Prior to that, he was a Barnstormer at the Country Dinner Playhouse and waaaayy before that he bared it all in the Australian Tour of “Hair” (back when he HAD hair!!) So... Thanks for comin!! Sit back, relax and enjoy...I know I will

Ovella Parsons-Wilks               Tina Rolle Tina grew up not far from here but spent the last 17 years in Texas.  Not Lowake, but in Texas none-the-less. She was drawn to the story of Cheatin' because it reminded her of some of the "real life' characters she came across while down south. Tina was most recently seen in Steel Magnolias as Annelle and is currently starring as Dorris in the local film, The Ins and Outs of the Big Time.  She would like to dedicate this performance to her dad...who always makes her laugh.
Maybelline Cartwright



         Amanda Goldrick Amanda is honored to be returning to CSC where she was last seen as Lucy Van Pelt in You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown.  Since then, she performed in Chess, Little Women, and Assassins, which won numerous awards including Best Musical by the Westword and the Colorado Theatre Guild Henry, and was listed as one of the top 10 shows of 2005 by the Rocky Mountain News.  She has been performing professionally in the Denver area for the past 7 years, and holds her BA in Musical-Theatre, double emphasis: voice and acting from UNC.  Special thanks to the cast and crew, and much love to my two biggest fans.  To partings and new beginnings.