Five Women Wearing

The Same Dress

The Crew

Seth, a former ACT Theatre Educator of the Year, has directed approximately 100 plays, listing his favorites as Seven Keys to Baldpate, Lost in Yonkers, Brighton Beach Memoirs, Brigadoon, and Sylvia, produced two seasons ago by CSC.  Seth has acted, directed and stage managed around the country, including the Loretto-Hilton Repertory Theatre (St. Louis) and the Guthrie Theatre (Minneapolis). Locally, he was the first director at both the Shwayder and Aurora Fox Theatres and was a guest artist at the former Colorado Women’s College and the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center. He began his professional acting career at the age of 17 in Li'l Abner. Buffalo Bill in Annie Get Your Gun, Harry Van in Idiot's Delight, Renato Di Rossi in Time of the Cuckoo, and Charlie Cohn in Man in the Glass Booth are some of his favorite roles. Seth is 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/
Costumes & Props
     Sue Rossman


Susan currently teaches Theatre, Speech and Shakespeare 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 Cheatin' and Daddy's Dyin'  for CSC.  She has also been seen here 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.


     Art Director

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.

The Cast


Part Played By
Frances      Heather Kaloust Heather is pleased to be part of her first production with the Colorado Stage Company. She is a graduate of the University of Wyoming where she earned her BFA in Theatre Performance.  Previous credits include Medea in Good Morning Athens performed at the Washington, D.C. Kennedy Center, Roz in Moon Over Buffalo at the Spotlight Theatre in Denver, and the Princess in Shakespeare's Love Labors Lost at UW.  She currently works as a stylist at Metafolics Salon in Denver.

   Suzanne Frisch

Suzanne was last seen at Colorado Stage Company as Gert in California Suite.  She also played Evalita in Daddy's Dyin', Who's Got the Will and Eve in The Diaries of Adam and Eve.  She earned an MA in Theatre from the University of South Carolina.  Suzanne has also performed in the Denver area at Germinal Stage, the Denver Civic and Bovine Metropolis.  She would like to thank her husband and daughter for their support.


Trisha       Pamela McCreary


Pamela is delighted to be returning to the stage after a lengthy hiatus. She last appeared as Holly Pharme in the Avenue Theater’s first incarnation of Murder Most Fowl, and was nominated as Best Supporting Actress for Theatre on Broadway’s production of Extremities. She has performed comedy improv with Chicken Lips and Plastered in Paris. Her television credits include numerous commercials as well as the one-hour special, Lewis and Clark, The Corp of Discovery, in national syndication on the Discovery Channel, and a music video on MTV (no lace, leather or tattoos were involved). Thanks to my friends and family who encouraged me. Michael, you inspire me … your passion and talent was the carrot on the stick that brought me back to my first love: the theater. Luke, Caroline and Peter: You are my favorite productions!


      Heather Day

Heather Day is pleased to be performing again with the Colorado Stage Company, where she previously appeared in Rumors as Cassie Cooper. The last two years have taken Heather all over the country as she performed in the national tour of The Three Musketeers and worked summer stock theater in Vermont. Favorite Colorado roles include: 84 Charing Cross Road (Megan Wells) at Germinal Stage Denver, Happy Birthday, Wanda June (Penelope Ryan) at Miners Alley Playhouse, Death of a Salesman (The Woman) at Bas Bleu Theater Company, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Helena) at Upstage Crow. She has also acted in children’s theater productions with the Bug Theatre, Aurora Fox Theatre, and Littleton’s Town Hall Arts Center. Heather received her B.A. at Yale University, where she worked extensively with the Yale Children’s Theater.


Mindy          L. Corwin Christie

L. Corwin Christie hails from Chicago but has appeared in shows around Denver for the past two years.  Some of her favorite local performances have been Twelfth Night (Denver Victorian), Amy’s View (Everyman), Inspecting Carol and Dead White Males, for which she garnered an “Ovation” nomination for Best Actress in a Comedy (Miners Alley), Edmond (Denver Repertory), and her regular appearance in the improvised comedy SansScript (Bovine Metropolis).  She thanks her family, friends, and Jake.




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.