Lover's Leap

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.


Asst. Director/
Stage Manager





D. Marie Long is happy to be a part of Colorado Stage for the first time.  D. Marie grew up in Aurora, Colorado and attended college in Moorhead, Minnesota.  Last year she was a stage management intern with the Denver Center Theatre Company.  She also stage managed the National Theatre Conservatory's annual repertory shows last season, and she'll do it again this upcoming season.  D. is applying to the MFA directing program at the University of Montana, Missoula for fall 2008, so wish her luck!  And thanks to everyone for the fun show!



















The Cast


Part Played By
George Farly

    Chris Bleau


Chris is pleased as a starvin' tick on an arthritic dog to be working with Colorado Stage Company for the second 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.


Amy Ware

    Heidi Fisher

After moving from Montana, Heidi is thrilled to be making her debut in Denver with the Colorado Stage Company. Heidi has worked extensively with the Opera House Theatre Company in good ol' Philipsburg, MT!  While performing there, Heidi has performed a variety of roles including: Miss Montage in Miss Montage and the Case of the Single Shoe, Felicia Dantine in I Hate Hamlet, Maggie in Lend Me a Tenor, Sallie Bradford in She married Well, and Emma Cristano in Over the River and Through The Woods.  Heidi has also done many performances written by Montana Playwright Jonn Jorgenson.  These include: Tillie in How Things Panned Out For Tillie, Dorothy Ballentine in Otherwise Engaged, Etcetera Tremayne in Not Now Nettie!, and Maxie Cransten in Critic's Darling.  Along with all of these roles, Heidi was also actively involved in six different rounds of vaudeville variety acts.  Heidi would like to thank Connie and Bill for taking a chance and letting her be a part of this experience.  Also, a big "Thank You" to the rest of the cast and crew who has made her feel very welcome as she entered into this journey!


Harry Cream        Patrick Hurley


Patrick is excited to be making his debut with Colorado stage in  his return to Denver theater after a five year hiatus, in the good old days  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...

Linda Jankowski

    Cristina Surplus

Cristina is thrilled to be returning to the stage with the gang at CSC! She last played Ovella in the 2006 CSC production of Cheatin'. Other stage credits include Annelle in Steel Magnolias, as well as numerous commercials and films. Cristina can currently be seen in the national commercial for Colorado Tourism and is also busy shooting an indie film in Boulder. She would like to thank Connie and Bill for their continued support. This performance is dedicated to her dad, Ben.


Vivian Farley          Marcia McGilley Pessemier

This is Marcia's fourth show with Colorado Stage Company.  Previously at CSC, she played Chris Gorman in Rumors and Sheila Wonderly in both Cafe Noir and Noir Suspicions.  Favorite roles include Maggie in Lend Me a Tenor, Mags in Painting Churches, and Florence in The Odd Couple (Female Version).  Besides CSC, she has been honored to be on several other Colorado stages including the Backstage Theatre, Lake Dillon Community Theatre, and Main Street Players. By day, Marcia is a professional speaker and principal of Limelight Presentations. She is represented by Big Fish Talent Agency for commercial and film work.


Mike Ware               Ken Paul Ken Paul (Mike) is glad to be returning to Colorado Stage.  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 over a dozen shows at Littleton Town Hall (1776, A 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.