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Our "7Night Standers" are the wonderful actors, directors and playwrights who have participated in at least seven One Night Stand performances (not including members of our board of directors).


MaryAnn Amari

It's always a pleasure for our One Night Stand Theater audiences when MaryAnn Amari joins us onstage. She’s played such standout roles for us as the Red Queen in One Night Stand in Wonderland, Cinderella in “Knight” (inThe Curtain Rises), the Fortune Teller in “Fry Day” (The Dark Woods), and the eponymous TV chef of “Cooking with Mary Lou Cling” (Food, Glorious Food!). MaryAnn studied theater at Loretto Heights College and has appeared with Colorado Homegrown Tales and other Denver theater companies, as well as choral groups. Thank you, MaryAnn, for being a part of One Night Stand!


Bevin Antea

Bevin Antea has graced our One Night Stand stage ever since our second show, when she performed a scene from A Winter’s Tale for our first Shakespeare evening. Since then, she has played roles for ONS ranging from innocent to sinister, from one of the three Alices in One Night Stand in Wonderland to the “beet soup killer” in Food, Glorious Food! Shows she’s done outside ONS include A Doll’s House, The Crucible, and The Graduate. She is also a board member of the Ripple Effect Theatre Company in Denver. It’s always a delight (and often a surprise) to see what role she’ll be playing next!


Dave Brandl

Actor, playwright, musician, director…Dave Brandl can do it all. He has appeared in several ONS productions, including as a Moon Man, a brain-eating Meteor Man, a kindly zombie father, and as J. Edgar Hoover in drag. Dave has provided music for our American and world folk evenings (both guitar and banjo), and provided sound effects for our radio productions. Several of his plays have been featured in ONS including a couple he co-wrote with his daughter, Melissa Wheeler. The most recent was "How to Write a Hollywood Smash Hit" in One Night Stand in Hollywood." Dave also directed a couple of ONS plays way back when. Thanks, Dave, for all that you do!


Samara Bridwell

Since her first One Night Stand as a praying mantis in “InSex” for Hearts on Fire,Samara Bridwell has graced our stage with colorful interpretations of all sorts of characters, both human and otherwise. Samara has been featured in One Night Stand in the Garden of Eden (as Eve, a snake, a goddess, and Adam’s first wife, Lilith), ‘Twas the One Night Stand Before Christmas, One Night Stand in Hollywood, Shakespeare’s Curse, and more. She has been performing throughout the Denver area since 2011 with The Edge, Vintage, Germinal, Spark, Goodness Gracious Productions, Theatre Out, and Miner's Alley Playhouse and favorite roles include Jo in boom!, Tanya in Jerusalem, Catherine in Proof, Cecily in The Odd Couple, Odette in Southern Baptist Sissies, Lana Sherwood in It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play, and Nurse Kelly in Harvey. Samara counts a BA in theatre from Colorado Mesa University, where she helped bring V-Day to the campus three years running, producing, directing, and performing in productions of Eve Ensler's The Vagina Monologues, and a very brief appearance on Icelandic television among her many accomplishments. Thank you, Samara, for all your contributions to One Night Stand!


Linda Brown

Ever since she first appeared in Hearts on Fire, Linda Swanson Brown has been a favorite of One Night Stand Theater. She has appeared in several of our productions, including Ghosts, One Night Stand in the Wild West, andRoses and Thorns (where she played a murdered spouse with a lot to say). In the midst of these appearances Linda traveled to England to earn her master’s degree from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts. Other productions in the Denver area include 4 X-Mas, Enchanted April, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, 42nd Street, and Little Shop of Horrors. Thank you, Linda, for lending your talents to One Night Stand!


Tami Canaday

Award-winning playwright Tami Canaday is a friend of One Night Stand Theatre from way back. A founding member of Chameleon Stage, Tami’s work appeared in our first playwright’s evening (One Night Stand with Tami Canaday). Her work has been produced across the United States, in Japan, and in Canada, and recently Tami has lent her talents to ONS as a director in Sci-Fi Theater II: Aliens Among Us!and One Night Stand with Leroy Leonard. She has also selected finalists for the Colorado Book Awards and served as a judge for the Oregon Arts Theater Commission Fellowships. Our favorite Tami plays include “Jail Time Sober,” “Liver for Dinner,” “Skidding on Butterflies” and “Santa Tells a Story.” Thank you, Tami, for all your inspiration and creativity!


We first met Matthew Davis when he appeared with One Night Stand Theater as Jason, the angry young man in the play of the same name in One Night Stand Goes to War. In addition to playing another angry young man in “Orestes Learns” in In the Works, Matt has portrayed a 30-year-old Santa believer in “Santa Doesn’t Live Here Anymore” (‘Twas the One Night Stand Before Christmas), the victim of a killer tree woman in “Birkana” (Weird Love, Dark Kisses), and Moses and the Apostle Paul in Bible Stories! No matter how diverse the roles, he always gives a great performance. Matt is the artistic director for Arts in the Open, a family-friendly outdoor hiking theater company in Boulder, and has performed and directed across the United States, most recently inThe Stone Coat Woman as the Stone Husband and in Dog Sees God as C.B. Thank you, Matt, for being such an important part of our One Night Stand ensemble! 


Randy Diamon

Randy Diamon is a man of many talents (including karaoke).  While a great actor in our staged readings of plays, he is also expert as a solo act, performing dramatic readings of many of our short stories. He’s been a werewolf, a cannibal, Edgar Allan Poe, and Frosty the Snowman. (He shows up in a lot of Wayne Faust stories!) “The Invisible Husband” and “Paradise Lost” are two of our favorite Randy performances. Outside ONS, he’s acted in many productions, including The Odd Couple, Blithe Spirit, and Laura. Thanks, Randy, for all your talent and for just being you!

Dell Domnik

The talented Dell Domnik has been a Denver actor for many years. His most recent One Night Stand appearances have been in The Dark Woods, ‘Twas the One Night Stand Before Christmas, and Food, Glorious Food! His favorite roles include Baylor in A Lie of the Mind at the Bug Theatre, Sir Lawrence Wargrave in Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None with Spotlight Theatre, and Robert in Proof with Colorado Stage. He has performed in readings with Hunger Artists Ensemble of An Evening With Edgar Allan Poe and James Joyce’s The Dead as well as in Colorado Poet Laureate Joseph Hutchinson’s A Marked Man. Dell is a member of the Visionbox Ensemble at the Denver Academy of Dramatic Arts, the resident graphic designer for Firehouse Theater Company, and a favorite of One Night Stand audiences!


Wayne Faust

Wayne Faust has been a music and comedy performer for decades (throughout the U.S. and overseas), but his contribution to One Night Stand Theater has been his stories. From the first Faust story we performed (“Emil and the Aliens” for Sci-Fi Theater) to the latest (“Al’s All-Nude Barbeque” for Food, Glorious Food!), his mix of fantasy, humor, and horror has delighted our audiences for years. Encountering werewolves on a lonely Nebraska drive, experiencing the existential angst of a snowman, or inexplicably hearing movie music accompany the events of your life…they all seem real when Wayne writes about them. One Night Stand is a very colorful and often frightening place, thanks to his talents.


Tom Flynn

It’s always a thrill to have Tom Flynn in one of our shows. From his first appearance in On the Air to his recent directing turn for Food, Glorious Food!, Tom’s talents always shine through. He’s also a writer (working on a novel) and served as artistic director of Odyssey Players, a classical-based theater company originally based in the San Francisco Bay area. Among our favorite Flynn roles are “The Strange Dr. Weird” in the aforementioned On the Air and the Cheshire Cat in One Night Stand in Wonderland.


Pat Gabridge

We always look forward to featuring Patrick Gabridge’s plays in our One Night Stand Theater shows. His plays’ subjects range from comic fantasies to harsh social realities: “Santa Doesn’t Live Here Anymore (‘Twas the One Night Stand Before Christmas), “How Does It Feel to Be a Problem” (Voices for Change), “The Invisible Husband (In a Faraway Land) and “Beatrix Potter Must Die!” (Victorian Secrets). A former Colorado resident, Patrick co-founded Chameleon Stage in Denver and served as President of Colorado Dramatists. Now living in Massachusetts, he’s been a Playwriting Fellow with the Huntington Theatre Company and New Rep and is a member of the Dramatists Guild.  His plays have been staged around the world and includeLab Rats, Distant Neighbors, Fire on Earth, Reading the Mind of God, Blinders, and Blood on the Snow, and he is the author of three novels (Tornado Siren, Moving (A Life in Boxes), and Steering to Freedom). And in his spare time, he likes to farm. Thank you, Patrick, for sharing your wonderful plays with our Denver audience!


Jacqueline Garcia

Fans of One Night Stand are familiar with Jacqueline Garcia’s wonderful acting skills, but they may not know that she has also contributed her writing talents to our shows: “Science Camp,” “Almost Native,” and “Adam Eve Adam.” Jacqueline first appeared on the ONS stage in Absolute Horror and since then has performed in such pieces as Melissa McCarl’s “Carlene Yakkin;” two monologues from Jeffrey Neuman’s Zeus’ Women (as Athena and Mnemosyne), and  Peter Nemenoff’s “Arrivals and Departures.” It’s always great to have Jacqueline in the cast!


Cindy Hall

Cindy Hall is a founding member of One Night Stand Theater and has worked with us as an actor, director, producer, stage manager and board member. Her acting talents have been on display in such shows as Shakespeare After Dark, Tune In Tomorrow, Witches Brew and Of Beaches and Blankets, and she has directed for shows too numerous to mention (but we’ll mention Victorian Secrets, Voices for Change and Weird Love, Dark Kisses). She has also performed with the Bovine Metropolis, the Dangerous Theatre and Chameleon Stage in Denver, and with Zebra Crossing Theater and the Emerging Artists Project in Chicago. Thank you, Cindy, for helping make One Night Stand Theater a success for these many years!


Adrian Hart

Adrian Hart first acted with One Night Stand Theater in the “World Folk” show In a Faraway Land in 2013. Since then he’s been featured in a dizzying array of roles, from Dr. Ion in “Time Slot” (Sci-Fi Theater II: Aliens Among Us) and a conscience-stricken cop in “Delivered” (Voices for Change) to a futuristic soldier in “War to End All” (Apocalypse Tonight!) and Adam (three times in one night!) in One Night Stand in the Garden of Eden. Adrian has studied acting and improv at the Denver Center Theatre Academy and has appeared in several local productions, including the plays Moon Over Buffalo and The Rimers of Eldritch and the films Ink (by Jamin Winans) and The Highwayman (Inferno Films). Adrian’s energy and talents are always appreciated by both our audiences and our directors. Thank you, Adrian, for contributing your acting skills to our One Night Stand productions!


Scott Hasbrouck

Scott Hasbrouck’s first role with One Night Stand was the title character of “Hamlet: Beach Patrol” in our Of Beaches and Blankets evening. Since then, he’s been featured in Dysfunctional Family Theater, One Night Stand in Wonderland, Voices for Change, Animal Kingdom, and other ONS shows, often in a villainous or despicable role. (That’s acting!) Scott teaches theater at George Washington High School in Denver and has worked professionally as an actor, director, stage manager, lighting designer, set designer, sound designer … you name it, he’s done it! He was manager and technical director at the Denver Victorian Playhouse for five years and counts the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Ascot Dinner Theatre, and the Changing Scene among his work haunts. Thank you, Scott, for being part of One Night Stand Theater!


Kristin Honiotes

Kristin Honiotes has appeared both onstage and behind the scenes at ONS. She portrayed the mysterious horse-girl in In a Faraway Land, had an awkward first date in a deserted dentist office in The Curtain Rises, and danced in “Snow Dance” in our Mark Ogle playwright evening. She has directed plays for our ONS shows about war, space aliens, and the Garden of Eden. In 2015 she did double duty in Voices for Change as director (“Imperfections” and “How Does It Feel to Be a Problem”) and actor (“Holy Martyr”). She is the managing director for The Wit Theatre Company in Denver, has acted in shows like Rent and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, manages Denver’s Crossroads Theater, and fronts the Denver band Wolfgirl. (She can also open our folding props table without flinching!) Thank you, Kristin, for all your contributions to ONS!



One Night Stand Theater first encountered writer J. Jackson in Hearts on Fire in 2013, when we presented the story/monologue “From a Place with No Trains.” Since then, ONS has been fortunate to feature Jackson's plays and stories in several shows: “Jason” in One Night Stand Goes to War, “Plants” in Sci-Fi Theater II: Aliens Among Us, “Lost” in our Wild West show, “The Mind” in our Hollywood evening, “Legacy” from the Victorian Secrets showcase, and “Let That Be a Lesson…” from Bible Stories! A member of Colorado Dramatists, J. Jackson began writing for the theater in the late 1980s and has had plays performed in Los Angeles, New York, Denver and Hawaii. Thank you, J., for sharing your talent and imagination!


Charles Kolar

Charles Kolar first appeared on the One Night Stand stage in Summer 2012 in Of Beaches and Blankets as astronaut Buzz Aldrin. Since then, his versatile acting skills have been on display playing kings, thieves, cowboys and even a clothespin in such ONS shows as Dysfunctional Family Theater, In a Faraway Land, Tune inTomorrowand One Night Stand in the Wild West. Charles is a Denver theater veteran, acting in more than 90 plays as well as in movies and with comedy groups, and also as a role-player in police training programs. The Denver Victorian Playhouse, the Boulder Acting Group, and Colorado Quickies are among the many venues he has performed in. We look forward to Charles’ future appearances on our stage!


Cassie Kelso

It seems like only yesterday that Cassie Kelso first appeared on our One Night Stand stage in Dysfunctional Family Theater. Since then her talent and enthusiasm has shone through in several roles (such as a misplaced television sci-fi alien, a surreal dream dinner date, and a foul-mouthed children’s show performer) in such ONS productions as Hearts on Fire, Ghosts, Sci-Fi Theatre II: Aliens Among Us and Weird Love, Dark Kisses. She has also appeared in Denver productions of Sylvia (in the title role), The Odd Couple (Female Version) and Bright Ideas. In 2016, Cassie is heading off to New York to study at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting…break a leg, Cassie, and there’s always a role for you here in Denver with One Night Stand!


Debbie Knapp

Debbie Knapp studied theater at Northern Illinois University with classmates Dan Castellaneta (Homer Simpson) and Joan Allen, then worked tech jobs in Chicago professional theater in the days of John Malkovich, William S. Peterson, Laurie Metcalf, William Macy and Megan Mullally. It was there that Debbie perfected her craft (and the art of shameless name-dropping!), followed by a stint of teaching high school theatre, speech and English (where, she says, “I no doubt warped young minds for decades to come”). She produced Colorado Homegrown Tales through several seasons of Denver actors reading short stories from Colorado authors (including many future One Night Stand actors and authors). In addition to producing the ONS evening Unexpected Arrivals, Debbie has appeared in such ONS shows as One Night Stand with Shakespeare, Sci-Fi Theatre, Backstage Pass, and Shakespeare After Dark. Thank you, Debbie, for your inspiration and storytelling skills!


Leroy Leonard

Leroy Leonard is the only actor who has appeared on the One Night Stand stage in a straightjacket: part of his recitation of the Pyramus and Thisbe scene from A Midsummer’s Night Dream, where he escaped from the jacket before the sands of the hourglass ran out. That took place in One Night Stand with Shakespeare and he followed that up in Shakespeare After Dark by being cut in half while performing both parts in Richard’s seduction of Anne from Richard III. ONS fans may recall his incredible performance in Wayne Faust’s “Bring ‘Em Back” in our Ghosts show, but they might not know Leroy has contributed four plays and stories to ONS as well: “Hopi Magic Is Strong,” “The Bat,” “The Carp,” and “A Handful of Dirt.” In the daytime, Leroy performs and teaches as Merry-Andrew Afoot, a one-person children’s theatre. On stage and off, we appreciate all of Leroy’s contributions!


Jennie MacDonald

Jennie MacDonald first appeared with One Night Stand Theater in 2011’s One Night Stand with Steve Hunter in the play/monologue “Red Shoulder.” Since then, she has acted in two of our old-time radio shows (Death by Radio and Tune in Tomorrow) and our Muse of Fire poetry evening, where she performed haiku and appeared as Emily Dickinson. When she’s not on stage, she’s a playwright, providing ONS with “The St. Nicholas Caper” for our Christmas show, “Samson Agonizes” forBible Stories! and “A Merry Widow or Two” for Victorian Secrets. Jennie has acted with Germinal Stage Denver, the Aurora Fox and the Victorian Theater, and received the Denver Drama Critics Circle award for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Laura in Germinal’s production of The Glass Menagerie. On top of all that, she holds a Ph.D. in 18th-century British literature and drama from the University of Denver. Thank you, Dr. MacDonald, for your acting and writing contributions to One Night Stand!


Katie Mangett

We’re always excited when Katie Mangett finds time in her busy schedule to join a One Night Stand Theater show. She first appeared on our stage for Food, Glorious Food! and followed that by playing Eve in our One Night Stand in the Garden of Eden, a confused storyteller in ‘Twas the One Night Stand Before Christmas, and a Midwestern baker visited by Jacques Cousteau in One Night Stand in Hollywood. Acting is not her only talent, however…she is a fantastic stage director, lending her skills to Weird Love, Dark Kisses; our Leroy Leonard playwright evening; and Bible Stories! Katie has performed and directed in many productions in the Denver area at the Vintage Theatre, Spotlight Theatre, Ignite, and Germinal Stage. Thank you, Katie, for being part of the One Night Stand brigade!


Jeff Miller

We’ve had the great fortune of having Jeff Miller in many of our One Night Stand casts. A veteran of the Chameleon Stage/Write Angle Colorado Quickies productions, Jeff’s talents have come in handy playing Abraham Lincoln in the One Night Stand Goes to War evening, Neil Armstrong in Of Beaches and Blankets, and the Caterpillar in One Night Stand in Wonderland. Jeff is also a master of sound effects, as proven in On the Air and Death by Radio, where he provided an amazing array of effects…with only his voice! Jeff truly is a One Night Stand all-star.


Jeff Neuman

It’s always a treat for us and the audience when we present a play by Jeffrey Neuman. His ingenious work runs the gamut from tales of post-coitus praying mantises (InSex) and absurd theater auditions (Award Winning Entry) to original takes on Greek goddesses (Zeus’s Women) and serial killers (Delivered). Jeff is an award-winning playwright whose work has appeared across the United States as well as Australia and the United Kingdom. His plays have been produced by Emerging Artists Theatre Company, Edinburgh Fringe, FUSION Theatre Company, and the Samuel French Off Off Broadway Festival, among others. He’s also a Heideman Award finalist, co-founder of Colorado’s Rough Draught Playwrights, a member of the Dramatists Guild of America, and caretaker of, where you can find out more about all his plays. Thank you, Jeff, for sharing your storytelling talent with One Night Stand!


  Mark Ogle

Mark Ogle is not only a fine addition to our roster of One Night Stand actors, he’s also one of our favorite playwrights, with his work featured in One Night Stand with Mark Ogle in 2013 and other evenings. Mark recently played God three times in one show (for One Night Stand in the Garden of Eden) and he was a producer and director in the annual Colorado Quickies productions of original short plays in the Denver area, where many of the One Night Standers first met each other. So it’s safe to say that he’s an important guy for ONS!


  Chelsea Rossetto

Chelsea Rossetto is a sign language interpreter by day and an actor by night. She first appeared with One Night Stand in “Murphy’s Elk” in our One Night Stand with Steve Hunter, and since then she’s joined us for Witches BrewInspiration Strikes, Animal Kingdom, One Night Stand in Hollywood and more. Whether portraying Deena of the Dino Mites (Animal Kingdom) or one of Macbeth’s witches (twice, in Witches Brew and Shakespeare’s Curse), it’s always a treat to have Chelsea in the cast. At other Denver theaters she’s appeared in shows like Moonlight and Magnolias, Moon Over Buffalo, Inspecting Carol and The Taming of the Shrew. Thank you, Chelsea for lending your talents with One Night Stand!


  Bill Thompson

Bill Thompson was present at the very first One Night Stand Theater production: a staged reading of his dramatic play Dark Duet. Since then we’ve featured his short plays “The Phantom Bear” in A Play Is Born, “Maxwell Edison” in On the Edge, and “POeTry 10¢” in Muse of Fire. Bill has retired from teaching mathematics at Red Rocks Community College, and his humorous side has been on display at ONS with the comedy sketch “Pi Day” in the first Sci-Fi Theatre production and the two appearances of Doctors Tweedledum and Tweedledee in One Night Stand in Wonderland and Sci-Fi Theatre II. We always look forward to what Bill will come up with next!


  Hannah Tippit

Hannah Tippit has been with One Night Stand since almost the beginning, appearing in our first Sci-Fi Theatre production where she acted in the plays “The Greater Good” and “Kaleidoscope.” She followed that first appearance with roles in ONS’s A Play Is Born, Far From Home, Unexpected Arrivals, Of Beaches and Blankets, Hearts on Fire, and more. Hannah holds a Theatre Arts degree from Metropolitan State University and has acted throughout the Denver area; her other credits include Aperture Science: Science Time with Susan Tiemann (YouTube), The Importance of Being Earnest, and the national premier of Fauna Rock: A Bilingual Children’s Musical. Thank you, Hannah, for being a part of One Night Stand Theater over the years!


  Bethany Lillis Tisdale first appeared with One Night Stand Theater in our Animal Kingdom evening as Serpentes in “The Crow and the Snake.” Since then, she has been one of our favorite and most versatile actors, appearing in One Night Stand in Hollywood (memorably narrating “To Be Her”), Victorian Secrets (as Beatrix Potter and the Merry Widow), Shakespeare’s Curse, Muse of Fire and more. She has appeared in many Denver-area theaters, including Spotlight Theater, Backstage Theatre, and Miners Alley Playhouse, in such roles as Ruth in Blithe Spirit, Emily in Our Town, Alison in A Touch of Spring and Gloria in Boeing Boeing. Thank you, Bethany, for all your contributions to ONS!
  Doug Tisdale

Doug “The Doug” Tisdale first appeared with One Night Stand Theater as a dog named Stryder in “Well Bred” in our Animal Kingdom evening. Since then he’s been seen in such ONS roles as the Beowulf poet in Muse of Fire and a time-traveling farmer in “Beatrix Potter Must Die” (Victorian Secrets). In our first In the Works evening he acted opposite his wife Bethany in “The Clutch.” He has performed in several theaters in and around Denver over the past quarter-century. His favorite past roles include Mike Talman in Wait Until Dark, Clifford Anderson in Deathtrap, Henry Higgins in My Fair Lady, and the dragon Smaug in The Hobbit. Thank you, Doug, for all your great performances on the ONS stage!


  Allyx Townend

Allyx Townend’s first production with One Night Stand Theater was 2010’s On the Edge, followed by once-a-year appearances for Inspiration Strikes and Scars: Breaking the Cycle. Since then she has played the roles of Alice in One Night Stand in Wonderland and the poisonous spouse of “The Invisible Husband” in In a Faraway Land, and most recently appeared in the casts of The Dark Woods and Bible Stories! Outside of ONS, her roles include Mayella Ewell in To Kill a Mockingbird with Spotlight Theatre Company and The Blue Room with Lost and Found Productions, and she also works as a teaching artist for Mirror image Arts, an applied-theater company serving Denver youth. Whether playing comedic or dramatic characters, it’s always a treat when she shares her acting talents with us. Thank you, Allyx, for your contributions to One Night Stand!


  Dave Ufford

One of our favorite actors, David Ufford first appeared with One Night Stand Theater in our Sci-Fi Theatre evening, and since then has appeared with ONS in a variety of roles, including a shaman and “Mega-God” in One Night Stand with God, Ulysses S. Grant in One Night Stand in the Wild West, Fearless Frank and “Envy” in Bible Stories, and Davy Crockett in One Night Stand with American History. Dave first entered the Denver theater scene in 1985 with the Lakewood Players in The Philadelphia Story, and has appeared in Colorado Quickies, The Value of Names at Theatre Or, Theatre on Broadway, Ooma’s Ladder at the Mercury Café, and Love Stinks at the Avenue Theatre. Thank you, Dave, for contributing your talent and goodwill to our shows!


  Brad Wagner

Brad Wagner first joined One Night Stand Theater for Scars: Breaking the Cycle and since then has played such diverse roles as the White Rabbit in One Night Stand in Wonderland, the doomed cannibal Charlie Buck in One Night Stand in the Old West, and Bobby Benson, the overly excitable pre-teen ranch owner in our old-time radio show Tune in Tomorrow. Brad is active throughout the Denver area with groups like Vintage Theater, Foothills Theater Company, and DIRTYFISH Theater. He is also a musician: he played guitar in the orchestra of Bonnie and Clyde: The Musical for Equinox Theatre, and his songwriting skills for the film Hans Crippleton: Talk to the Hans were nominated for best original score in San Diego's FANtastic Film Fest. While we haven’t found an opportunity for his musical skills in a One Night Stand show, it’s only a matter of time…. Thank you, Brad, for your contributions…it’s always a treat for us (and the audience) when you’re on stage!


  Suzanna Wellens

Suzanna Wellens’ skills as an actor and storyteller are always on display when she’s in one of our One Night Stand shows. She joined us during our first year for Backstage Pass (along with her daughter Clio), and since then has appeared in American Folk, Ghosts, and other ONS evenings. Suzanna was a fortune teller and Lady Macbeth in Witches Brew, portrayed an insane TV sitcom housewife and an alien-possessed archeologist in Sci-Fi Theater: Aliens Among Us, was killed by a space monster in Death by Radio, and killed unknown numbers of men in Weird Love, Dark Kisses. She can be seen around town with Germinal Stage, The Edge, Spotlight Theatre, Theatre Hikes Colorado, and many other Denver companies, and she teaches drama through the Aurora Fox Theater. Thank you, Suzanna, for sharing your talents with One Night Stand!


  Guy Williams Guy Williams first appeared with One Night Stand Theater in 2010’s Absolute Horror and has lent his consummate vocal skills to our three “radio” shows: On the Air (as Johnny Dollar and other roles), Death by Radio, and Tune in Tomorrow (where he portrayed the enigmatic Dantro, the Planet Man). He has also acted in One Night Stand with Leroy Leonard, The Dark Woods,and Apocalypse Tonight! Guy holds a B.A. (double major) in English and Theatre from Loretto Heights College and spent 15 years with the Empire Lyric Players specializing in Gilbert and Sullivan patter-song roles. He has been a regular with Colorado Homegrown Tales since its inception, works as a narrator for Talking Book Publishers, Inc., and even portrayed Charles Manson at Denver’s LIDA Project. Thank you, Guy, for your wonderful contributions to One Night Stand Theater!