Sylvia

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 most of the 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
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.
Stage Manager/Lights Stephanie
Toohey

First appearing on the stage as “Rudolph”  (the Red Nosed Reindeer) at age five, Stephanie blossomed theatrically at age 16 when Seth handed her a clip board and let her be bossy.  A stage manager was born.  Many thanks to friends, family, the crew and cast of “Sylvia”.    Stephanie would like to offer a special thank you for all the love and support to the stars of her life: her son Joseph and her fiancé Bill.  

Costumes/Props Bonnie
Olnowich

This is Bonnie’s 4th production with CSC.  She previously did costumes for Plaza Suite, The Producers, Fatal Hit, and The Odd Couple.  She was last seen as “Honey” in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf at Connifer’s Stage Door.  Bonnie enjoys being a slave for her family as well as cast members.

The Cast

 
Part Played By
Sylvia Jennifer Nelson Harris

 

 

This is Jennifer's first appearance with Colorado Stage Company.  She finds this an exiting part because "you get to act as something other than a person...a dog".  Jenne is a graduate of the University of Northern California; BA Acting & Directing.  Most recently she was seen with the LIDA Project as Sandra Good in Manson Family Values.  She has also played Cecile Volange in Les Liaisons Dangereuses at the Denver Civic Theatre.  Other favorite roles included Hero in Much Ado About Nothing and Margy in The Widow's Blind Date.
Greg Rick Williams

 

Rick is pleased to be making his debut with CSC.    Last fall he  played  Percival in  Misalliance  at the Germinal Stage and Mr. McAfee in Coal Creek Theatre’s Bye Bye Birdie.    Over  the past  several  seasons  he has been seen at Denver’s Theatre  in the Park series as the final stop in  state-wide tours  by The  Caravan  Players (Rick is the producer).  He has  studied  at  the University  of  Hawaii  and  the  Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London.     In March, he will appear as Melvin P. Thorpe in Littleton Main Street Players’ Best Little Whorehouse in Texas.

Kate Trish Elledge Trish is a veteran theatre professional who took a 13-year sabbatical from the business to build her consulting, mediation, and speaking business.  This is her second appearance on stage for CSC.  The last production was The Odd Couple, Female Version.  She acted in regional theatres across the country, was an origination member of the house improv group for the Comedy Works in Idaho, co-owned a talent/production company specializing in special events, and was an adjunct professor of theatre at various western universities over the course of 12 years.
Tom, Phyllis, Leslie Brian Landis Folkins Brian is very pleased to return to CSC for his 4th show.  He was in our first production, appearing in Beyond Therapy and then in Cafe Noir, and finally in The Odd Couple, Female Version. Brian has performed all over Denver in theatres such as Arvada Center, Aurora Fox, Littleton Town Hall, the Annex, the Changing Scene, the Denver Civic, and the Vic. Recently, he has been involved in Colorado Film.  He has been in over ten films in the last year ranging from shorts to feature length.  You can currently see him in Denver's own City's Edge on the internet.