Graham Bryant (he/him)
This is Graham’s 2nd year with Phamaly. He’s returning after assistant directing Phamaly’s The Rocky Horror Show. He received his BFA from Baylor University and is pursuing an MA/MBA at CU Boulder. Past acting credits include Alferd Packer in Kaidan+ (CU Boulder), Geronte in The Liar (Baylor), and Eugene in Crazy for You (Baylor). Graham would like to thank his family and Colorado friends for their constant support. Graham is on the autism spectrum, somewhere.
Sam Charney (they/them)
This is Sam’s debut with Phamaly. Sam is a Senior at Denver School of the Arts. Past credits include Twelfth Night (Ensemble), She Kills Monsters (Makeup Artist), The Little Mermaid (Windward), Macbeth (Witches), Our Town (Wally Webb). Sam would like to thank their parents for all of the late nights running lines and their theater mentors for helping Sam grow as an artist and a person. Sam lives with a complicated mental health.
Gabriel "Goofy" Cunningham (he/him)
This is Gabriel's first performance with Phamaly and he’s very excited to be joining the company. Previously, Gabriel has been in a few school plays that encouraged and sprouted his love for theater, such as lovelorn Robin Hood in the Sky Vista play Robin Hood, and the cab driver in the Eaglecrest play Harvey. Gabriel would like to thank his friends and family who supported him through his endeavors, and would like to especially thank his older brother who has rocked the Cunningham name to the top, and his first drama teacher Jessamyn Miller, who inspired him to start acting.
Mark Dissette (he/him)
Mark has been with Phamaly since their first show Guys and Dolls in 1990. For 34 years he has lived, laughed, loved and cried with his PH family. To Kathleen, Kevin, Greg and Terri: see what happens when you just want to put on a show. More than three decades later, here we are. For those returning, it's great to see you. For those that are new, welcome to Phamaly.
Melania Garcia (any)
This is Melania's debut with Phamaly. She is incredibly excited to join Phamaly this year. This is Melania's first time working with a theatre company, however, was in shows for her school and STEAM camp. Melania would like to thank their mom, dads, siblings, patrons of Phamaly Theatre Company, and amazing theatre teachers who encouraged her to be a part of Phamaly.
B. Ryan Glick (they/them)
Oberon & Theseus
B is thrilled to make their Phamaly debut! They were most recently seen as Queen Mary/Michelle in Stonewall (Benchmark Theatre). They are the founder and head of GQue Films - the first and only non-cis owned and operated film sales/distribution company in the world. They are a low-vision quadriplegic as a result of Keratoconus and spinal cancer.
Keenan Gluck (he/him)
Keenan Hartmann Gluck is 23 years old and is acting in his sixth Phamaly Theatre Company Production (Morph Masters, Come to Your Senses, Alice in Wonderland, Theater as Sanctuary, Spring Awakening). He is very excited to be performing as Lysander and looks forward to working more with Phamaly in the future. Keenan would like to thank his family for their continued support of his acting career. He lives with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.
River Hetzel (they/them)
This is River’s 2nd production with Phamaly and is so thrilled to be returning after playing Melitta in Spring Awakening. River is a current studio art painting student at Arapahoe Community College and has also studied acting at UNCo. River would like to thank their Mom, Dad, Emily, Grace, Vin and Nat and so many others for the constant support and love. River lives with PTSD, autism, and ADHD.
Kennedy Isaac (she/her)
Kennedy is excited to return for her 3rd year with Phamaly. Past credits include Alice in Wonderland, Phamaly’s Big Night! Webathon, and Rewrite. She lives with dystonia and would like to thank her friends and family for all of their support.
Phillip Lomeo (he/him)
Phillip is overjoyed to return for his tenth show with Phamaly. Past credits include Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor DreamCoat, Cabaret, Evita, Tiny Tim’s Christmas Carol, Pygmalion, Annie, Into the Woods, Phamaly’s 30th Anniversary Concert, Chicago and Alice in Wonderland. Phillip would like to thank his family, friends, and patrons of Phamaly Theatre Company. Phillip lives with autism.
Connor Long (he/him)
This is Connor’s third project with PTC, after credits with Romeo & Juliet staged reading and hosting the Disability Etiquette video PSA series. In addition to classes with PTC and CSF School of Ed, and founding membership in Tapestry Theatre Company, Connor is an active speaker, athlete, advocate, model and film actor. He has won international acting awards for film projects and a Heartland Emmy.
Emma Maxfield (she/her)
This is Emma’s debut with Phamaly. She’s ecstatic to perform alongside these beautiful artists. Recent credits include Betty in Pride of the Farm (The Catamounts), Judas in Corpus Christi (PopUp Theatre), Rose in Lumberjacks in Love (THEATREWORKS), and Janet in Drowsy Chaperone (Performance Now – Henry Award and Marlowe Award “Best Actress in a Musical”). Emma lives and performs with hEDS/HSD, POTS, TBI, and PTSD. “We are stardust and stories…” @somecallme_em
Laurice Quinn (she/her)
Laurice has been with Phamaly for over a decade. Laurice lives with complex partial seizures, degenerative joint disease, ADHD, and scoliosis.
Eli Schroeder (he/him)
This is Eli’s debut with Phamaly . He is very excited about the opportunity. Past credits include A Royal Night Out, Matilda, Singing in the Rain Jr., and You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown. Eli is also a singer in the adult band with School of Rock in Aurora. Eli would like to thank his family, friends, and the supporters of Phamaly Theatre Company. Eli lives with cerebral palsy.
Madison Stout (she/her)
This is Madison's 5th season with Phamaly and she is ecstatic to be joining this cast. Onstage credits include Spring Awakening, The Rocky Horror Show and Alice in Wonderland. She also acted as ASM for The Spitfire Grill. Madison would like to thank her friends and family for their support especially her grandmother Susanne who passed down the acting bug.
Ratt Walsh (she/they/her/them)
Ratt is 29 years old and is acting in their third Phamaly production, their first being Where There’s Smoke in Come to Your Senses and second being Vox Vergere. They are currently taking classes at DCPA thanks to Phamaly, and are extremely excited to be doing their third of, hopefully, many shows with the company. In their spare time, they like to juggle, travel, and enjoy art of all kinds. Ratt lives with a traumatic brain injury.
Maggie Whittum (she/her)
Titania & Hippolyta
Maggie is thrilled to return to the Phamaly stage after seven previous shows including Into the Woods & Chicago. Select past credits: David Byrne’s Theater of the Mind (DCPA/Off-Center), THE END (Control Group Productions). She has directed and produced theatre in the US & abroad. Maggie is a stroke survivor with facial paralysis, visual impairments, and chronic pain. She is creating 'The Great Now What', a documentary film on disability, loss and resilience. www.thegreatnowwhat.com
Trusty the Barker (Robin Starveling's dog)
Trusty is a retired guide dog for Phamaly's Don Mauck. Trusty has been backstage at many performances and is a true theatre professional. It's not true that he barks orders, but it is true that he demands attention. This is his second show with Phamaly Theatre Company. You may have previously seen him as a lion in Phamaly's production of Chicago.