The Crew 















Set Designer


Constance has been a professional actress for over 30 years touring in well known national productions, costarring with many celebrated actors in film & theatre.    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.



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




Played By





Dell is very excited to be appearing in his first Colorado Stage production and to be part of this wonderful cast. An actor in Denver area for many years, some of his favorite recent roles include the Spotlight Theatre production of And Then There Were None, Leading Ladies with Vintage Theatre, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, London Suite and Catch Me If You Can at the Denver Victorian Playhouse, Red Herring and Arcadia with Firehouse Theater, Prelude to a Kiss and 1984 with Miners Alley Playhouse, The Kentucky Cycle and Hapgood with Hunger Artists Ensemble and The Weir and Humble Boy with Everyman Theatre. Dell is the resident graphic and web designer for the Denver Victorian Playhouse, and he'll be appearing next in the Firehouse Theater production of Inspecting Carol opening in November. This show is dedicated to Andrea who loved September too, and to fathers and daughters everywhere.





Stacy A. Nelms is an alumni of Metro state College of Denver with degrees in Theatre and Fine Art. She has been working in Denver for the past decade as an actor, designer, builder, and director.  Recent acting credits include: The Shape of Things (Evelyn), The importance of Being Ernest (Grendolyn), Rumors (Chris), Macbeth (Ganquo), Romeo & Juliet (Tybolt), Bus Stop (Cherie), The Laramie Project (Romaine), and The Shadow Box (Beverly).  Directing credits include: Haunted, Susan Lori-Parks' 365 Days/365 Plays, An Evening with Edgar Allan Poe, Can Can, The Violet Hour, and Murderer.  She feels so lucky to work with such a dream cast!  Thanks to family, friends, E. Eek, and Goose.  As always, this show is dedicated to her mother-Deb McGue, my best friend-I love & miss you so much



   Patrick Hurley

Patrick Hurley is thrilled to be a part of this amazing production.  This is his sixth , maybe seventh appearance with Colorado Stage, (He's not sure-Math is not his strong suit).  He's appeared as Adam in The Diaries of Adam and Eve, George Spelvin in Actor's Nightmare, and most recently as ten eccentric, small-town Texans in Greater Tuna.  Patrick wants to thank Connie and Bill for their continued support and work! And to an incredible cast. And because he has the mathematical ability of a newborn baby, the chance to play a mathematician has proven to be a wonderful, and absolutely ironic experience.  








Lisa is so excited to be working with Colorado Stage for the first time. Lisa received her BFA in Acting from USC, and spent the following decade as a “working actress” in Los Angeles. Since moving “east,” shows include: Speed-The-Plow (Modern Muse), New Voices (Curious), Some Girl(s) (Firehouse), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and Hello Out There (both with Vintage Theatre Prods.); Cabaret (Taos). With the Evergreen Players: Parallel Lives (winner, 2010 Colorado Theater Festival), The Smell of the Kill, Night Watch, Brilliant Traces (Best Actress, 2007 Colorado Theater Festival), A Christmas Carol, Love Letters, Marvin’s Room, Sylvia. Film/TV credits include: The Thing Called Love, The Intruder, A Major Find, The Watcher, The Golden Girls, and HBO’s Highways. Thank you to Colorado Stage, Connie, Bill, and this amazing cast & crew, for letting her be a part of this amazing show. And, as always, love and thanks to Len & Ella, the loves of her life.