Fatal Hit
The Crew
      Director
Seth
Rossman
Seth,  a former ACT Theatre Educator of the Year, began his professional acting career at the age of 16 in Li'l Abner.  His favorite roles include Buffalo Bill in Annie Get Your Gun, Harry Van in Idiot's Delight, Marvin Hudgins in Dark of the Moon, and Charlie Cohn in Man in the Glass Booth.  Having directed approximately 100 plays, he lists his favorites as Seven Keys to Baldpate, Lost in Yonkers, Brighten Beach Memoirs, Brigadoon, This Miser, and Crazy for You.  He was the first director at both the Shwayder and Aurora Fox Theatres. He is one of the founding members of the Colorado Stage Company . 
Producer and Sound/Lighting Design
Bill
Cawlfield
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 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.
Asst. Director/
Stage Manager
 Stephane
Toohey
When she isn't wrestling bears, Stephanie loves to be rattling around the theatre.  She has, for over 30 years, worn the hat of actor, designer, writer, director, gopher and stage manager.  Her most challenging role is that of "mom" in the life of her son Joseph.  Stephanie would like to extend a great big thank you to everyone for the laughs and support.
Costumes
& Props
Bonnie
Olnowich
 
Bonnie did costumes and prop's for last season's production of "Plaza Suite".  She worked most recently as assistant to the director for Encore Theatre's productions of "Party of One".  She is currently studying acting with Bill Homeg.
 


The Cast
Part Played By
Baxter  Joseph
Mauricio
Joe received his BFA in Theatre Arts with a concentration in stage direction from Emerson College in Boston.  He directed and MC'd a weekly comedy review at the now defunct Paper Moon Cabaret in Greenwich Village which featured Colin Quinn, Dennis Leary, and Adam Sandler.  He has studied acting privately for years with, most notably, Uta Jagan and Herbert Berghoff and performance writing with Ann Waldman and Alan Ginsberg.
Tony/Bernie  Joe 
Derry
Joe couldn't be happier to be back with CSC to revive the part of mob boss, Tony Alto, in the sequel to last year's big hit, "The Altos, Like the Sopranos Only Lower."  Since then, Joe has been busy with several projects including the independent films, "The Mission," "Forever For Now" and "La La Land."  Earlier this year, Joe also joined the cast of City's Edge," an Internet, streaming video soap opera based right here in Denver.  In the past, Joe has been seen in CSC's productions of "Plaza Suite," "Love Letters", and "The Wacky World of Christopher Durang.".  Other credits include: "Henry & Ramona," "Damn Yankees," "The Penquin Jug" and "See How They Run."
Toffee   Gretchen
Samuels
Gretchen is honored to be appearing with Colorado Stage Company again.  She's especially happy to be playing Toffee Alto again, a role she originated in last year's production of "The Altos, Like the Sopranos Only Lower..."  Gretchen also appeared as Muriel Tate in CSC's production of "Plaza Suite."  A California transplant, her credits include work on stage, film and television. 
Eli Chuck
Rahill
Chuck is thrilled to be back for another Colorado Stage Production. Chuck is originally from Philadelphia. He has been in Denver for one year and has done children's productions of Spiderella, UG cuts a Rug, and The Lion, The Witch, & The Wardrobe and several murder mysteries at Dave & Buster’s. He also appeared in the hilarious “Good Morning Denver” & CSC’s own “The Altos”. On Camera, he has appeared in the local films ‘Con 2001’, ‘Forever & Now’, and the internet soap opera ‘City’s Edge’. Chuck is also the current Improv Champ of the TheatreSports Improv troupe and also Improv Survivor.
Mimi Susan
Rossman
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 15 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 a  member for the Alliance of Colorado Theatre. She has been seen as , "Madam" in "Cafe Noir",  "Melissa" in "Love Letters" ,  Karen in "Jake's Women", and last seen as Karen Nash in Plaza suite for Colorado Stage Company.
Photographer/Thug/ Waiter
Michael 
Parker
A transplant from New Jersey and the original Rigfield in the long-running cast coast production of "Noir Suspicions", Michael has worked on the stages of Denver most recently at the Denver Victorian Playhouse as Oscar in "The Odd Couple", as Charlie in "Angel on my Shoulder", as Murray in "Thousand Clowns" and as Paul in "Marriage is Murder". Michael has appeared in "The Altos" and "Three Viewings" for CSC.
Abigal   Anna
Gibson
Anna is a junior at Colorado Academy, where she has performed in multiple plays and musicals.  However, Anna's main performing experience comes from the Shwayder Theatre.  Having performed in over 25 plays and musicals in the past, some of her favorite roles include Maria in "The Sound of Music", Adelaide in "Guys and Dolls", the Artful Dodger in "Oliver".  Her debut performance was at the age of eight in "Brigadoon". Anna is thrilled to be performing with CSC for the first time.