Patrick is a New York based actor and proud member of Actor's Equity. Performing mostly classics, he has appeared in Two Gentlemen of Verona and Servant of Two Masters(Annapolis Shakespeare Company), Macbeth and Taming of the Shrew(Mainestage Shakespeare), Love's Labours Lost and Three Musketeers(Colorado Shakespeare Festival). Lately, he can be seen doing online commercials and sketches with Scary Mommy.
Nathan Cooper (BA, 2007)
Nathan is a founding member and Artistic Director of Baltimore’s Single Carrot Theatre. In addition to his work at Single Carrot Theatre, he is a residency coordinator with Young Audiences of Maryland, where he schedules artist in residence programs across the state of Maryland. He will make any excuse to enjoy the beauty of nature.
is Production Manager at Single Carrot Theatre, Nathan loves the smell of fresh paint and freshly cut wood. He’s enjoyed having the wonderful opportunity to have roles in Illuminoctum, Playing Dead, Tragedy: a tragedy, and The Other Shore.
Jessica is a founding member and Director of Public Relations of Single Carrot Theatre. She has performed in numerous shows both at Single Carrot Theatre and beyond, from roles like Sharla in Tracy Letts’ Killer Joe to Queen Elizabeth in Richard III.
Genevieve is a founding member and Development Director of Single Carrot Theatre. Artistically, she acts, directs, and writes for the company and in 2009 was awarded Best Actress in City Paper’s Best of Baltimore awards.
Carolyn D. Miller (BFA, 2004)
Associate Producer with Junkyard Dog Productions, producers of Memphis, which won the Tony Award for Best Musical in 2010. Off Broadway/London credits include: Make Me A Song: The Music of William Finn and Vanities the Musical at Second Stage Theatre. Carolyn was the Producing Artistic Director of the Boulder Broadway Company for five seasons. Productions included A Chorus Line, Into the Woods, Kiss Me Kate, Bat Boy the Musical and You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.
Matt Zambrano (BFA, 2004)
Recent graduate of the National Theatre Conservatory’s MFA program in Acting. Performance credits include roles with the Utah Shakespeare Festival, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, the National Theater Conservatory, Curious Theater Co., and Buntport Theater Company.
Ira Bauer-Spector (BFA, 2007)
Graduated summa cum laude. Ira was the first student to graduate from the MFA Musical Theatre program with an emphasis in directing from San Diego State University. San Diego directing credits include: Moscow, Diversionary; Into the Woods, Songs for a New World, and the San Diego premiere of Zanna, Don’t! Ira was the Directing Intern on The First Wives Club, directed by Francesca Zambello at the Old Globe in summer of 2009. He also assistant directed the Chicago Premiere of bare (Bailiwick Repertory Theatre).
Cullen R. Titmas has performed on Broadway in Billy Elliot(Tony), Avenue Q (Nicky/Trekkie), Off-Broadway in Avenue Q (Nicky/Trekkie) and regionally in New York in Finding Nemo the Musical (Marlin), John and Jen (John), AIDA (Radames), Footloose (Ren), Forever Plaid (Sparky) and Floyd Collins (Floyd). In October 2014 he played Swing in The Last Ship, a musical with music by Sting.
Jenn Zuko Boughn (BA, 1994)
Jenn Zuko Boughn is a stage combat instructor and fight director living in Boulder and teaches stage combat at Metro State College, among other places. Jenn wrote the textbook for the stage combat courses she (and others) teach at Metro and elsewhere and is quite proud of it. Click here to see the book.
Mitchell Ferm (BA, 1994)
produced the visual effects for Stephen Daldry’s film Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close starring Sandra Bullock and Tom Hanks. Also Visual Effects Production Supervisor for LOST, ALIAS, and THE CATCH (PILOT), Bad Robot, Touchstone Television.
Most recently appreared with Frances McDormand and Conleth Hill in Macbeth at Berkeley Rep. War Horse Nation Tour. The Shakespeare Theatre. Shakespeare Santa Cruz. The Good Wife. Person of Interest. Madame Secretary. Law and Order SVU.
Broadway: 2012 revival of Annie; Priscilla, Queen of the Desert; Spamalot; 42nd Street. Regional roles: Jerry in The Full Monty, Harold Hill in The Music Man, and Pirate King in The Pirates of Penzance.
Emmy nominated role in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as Detective Elliot Stabler. Meloni has also appeared in Scrubs, Law & Order: Trial by Jury, Runaway Bride, NYPD Blue (Jimmy Liery), and Oz (Chris Keller). Meloni can now be seen in HBO’s Truebloodas Roman Zimojic and the 2013 release, Man of Steel as Colonel Hardy.
Philip C. Sneed (BA, 1980)
Philip Sneed is the executive director for the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities. Formerly the Producing Artistic Director of the Colorado Shakespeare Festival (CSF), Philip served for 12 years as Artistic Director of the Foothills Theatre Company/Sierra Shakespeare Festival in Nevada City, CA. Directing credits include work with CSF, the Arvada Center, and the Sacramento Theatre Company. Acting credits include San Diego’a Old Globe Theatre, Atlanta’s Alliance Theatre Company, the Indiana Repertory Theatre, and the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
John McCaslin-Doyle, Ph.D (BFA, 1988)
John is teaching at the State University of New York-Oneonta at the rank of Associate Professor. Recently John directed productions of Misalliance, Richard III, Bus Stop, and The Marriage of Figaro. This year he is stepping in as interim chair for the Theatre Department and directing The Cherry Orchard in an alley setting.
An AFI Best Actress nominee and People’s Choice Award-winner, Lydia has acted in over 250 television shows and films and is best known for playing Sara Rush in the television sitcom Too Close for Comfort.
Jim Doyle designed the set for CU Theatre’s April 2014 production of Metamorphoses. He is director at Los Angeles-based WET Design, one of the world’s foremost designers of water features. Jim helped create the water fountains at Las Vegas’ Bellagio hotel as well as water and fire sculptures for the 2002 Salt Lake City and 2014 Sochi Olympic games. Jim received the 1992 Academy Award winner ing Technical Achievement for his design and development of the dry fogger. He also designed the knife-claw glove worn by Freddy Krueger in the Nightmare on Elm Street films
Patricia won a Tony Award, the Drama Desk Award and the Theatre World Award for her performance in Stephen Sondheim’s A Little Night Music, and was nominated for a Tony for A Shadow Box. Other Broadway credits include The Elephant Man, A Doll’s House, King Lear and Tartuffe. From 1990 to 2011 she starred at Renee Divine Buchanan on the long-running daytime drama, One Life to Live. Other film and television credits include Kojak, Hill Street Blues, Spenser: For Hire, Tartuffe, and Somebody Killed Her Husband.