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Production Team

PRODUCTION BIOS (alphabetically by first name)

Branch Interpreting Alliance, LLC. 

Branch is a newer agency with a depth of interpreting experience. The interpreting team collectively brings 20 years of theatrical interpreting to the Phamaly stage. A special acknowledgment to the interpreters working the Rocky Horror production: Jeffery Bigger, Lyndsey Gibbons, Ajay Waldron, and JaCee Branch.

 Caitlin Lowans (they/them) - Director

Caitlin is elated to direct for Phamaly for the first time. They are entering their fourth year as Artistic Director of Theatreworks Colorado Springs where directing projects include Tom Stoppard’s Arcadia; the community-based tours of Free-For-All: Comedy of Errors (2019) Midsummer Night’s Dream (2021) and Tempest (2022); a virtual production of Anna Deveare Smith's House Arrest; Witch by Jen Silverman; and the upcoming musical Lumberjacks in Love. Originally from New England, Caitlin most recently pursued an MFA at Northwestern University and before that served as Associate Artistic Director at Stoneham Theatre (now Greater Boston Stage Company), north of Boston. Caitlin thanks Cordelia and Ben for their love and patience; as well as Phamaly artists for creating such a welcoming and rigorous space to create.

Chevelier Wiggins - A1

Chevelier has been an audio artisan for six years, supporting productions across the state of Colorado. He started his journey in middle school, learning to stage, mix, record, and design sound while working on a variety of venues. He loves what he does, each project bringing new and exciting experiences. A favorite productions he has worked on was for the musical "Something Rotten" by Karey Kirkpatrick and "Wayne" at the Longmont Theater Company. Chevelier specializes as a FOH mixer, however, he is always looking to improve and express his technical skills.

Claire J. Hayes (she/her) - Access Coordinator

Claire is a recent graduate from The Theatre School at DePaul University. She is thrilled to work with Phamaly for the first time, after being a lifelong fan! Her recent credits include the devised play, Swear on My Mother's Grave (Director) and the one act, Pretty Boys (Director). Claire looks forward to continuing her accessibility training as she pursues her career in Directing and Arts Administration. She hopes you shiver with antici...pation for Rocky! @clairej.hayes

Denise Cameron - Volunteer Coordinator

Denise is excited to be returning to her favorite time of year. Summer with Phamaly! This is her 8th season volunteering for Phamaly and 6th season serving as the Volunteer Coordinator.

She has also served on the Board of Directors for 7 years. She would like everyone to know how grateful she is to have spent time with the Cast, Crew, Staff and other Volunteers over the years. She has made lifelong friendships.

Graham Bryant (he/him) - Assistant Director

Graham is ecstatic to be working with Phamaly Theatre! He’s a playwright, director, and actor on the autism spectrum who was born and raised in Houston, Texas. He graduated from Baylor University in 2019 with a BFA in Theatre Performance and is currently pursuing a dual MA/MBA degree from CU Boulder’s Theatre & Dance Department and the Leeds School of Business. He’s gone to midnight Rocky Horror screenings for almost ten years and is overjoyed to be connected to this rehearsal process and production. As Magenta says: “He’s lucky, I’m lucky, we’re all lucky!!!”

Hannah Shepard (she/her) - Captions 

After a brief intermission, Hannah is elated to be back working in theatre again. Hannah attended Denver School of the Arts where she majored in Stagecraft and Design and is incredibly grateful for the various opportunities she has had to live, learn, work, and grow in her hometown theatre community over the last decade. She has enjoyed working with Phamaly Theatre Company in the past as an Assistant Stage Manager for their 2019 production of 'Chicago', as well as assisting with other projects and productions on occasion. Hannah lives with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, ADHD, Dysautonomia, Keratoconus, and mental health conditions.

Heather Holt Hall – Music Director

The Rocky Horror Show is Heather’s second show with Phamaly Theatre Company, but she is no stranger to Denver Regional Theatre.  Over the last decade, Heather has music directed and performed in theatre pits for Town Hall Arts Center, Forgelight Theatreworks, Breckenridge Backstage, BDT Stage, Candlelight Dinner Playhouse, Ignite Theatre, Performance Now, Vintage Theatre, Inspire Creative, StageDoor Theatre, The Aurora Fox, and Coal Creek Theatre.  Some of her favorite projects include Spitfire Grill, Next to Normal, 35 MM, The Toxic Avenger, Plaid Tidings, Mama Mia, and of course Heathers.  Heather is having a BLAST doing The Time Warp with her Phamaly!!

Jaime McNear – Wardrobe Supervisor

Jaime is a Denver-raised costume, paint and props enthusiast who got into live theatre for the life-sized dolls and stayed for the camaraderie and teamwork. A smattering of her recent design works include The Vibrator Play with Fearless Theatre, Frida Kahlo and the Bravest Girl in the World with Central City Opera. And most recently The Spitfire grill with Phamaly and Willy Wonka Jr. With Northglenn Youth Theatre.

Jari Majewski Price - Choreographer

Founder/President of Feel the Beat, FTB Innovations, and Teacher of the Deaf, Jari combines more than 20 years of sign language and performance experience with her love for working with Deaf and Neurodivergent individuals. Jari holds a BFA in Musical Theatre from NYC’s Pace University, with a concentration in Communication and ASL. She also holds a Masters in Deaf Education (M.Ed.) and Early Childhood Education (MA) from Columbia University. From early on, Jari noticed that doors were closed to neurodiverse communities within the performing arts, and drove her to create much-needed solutions to inaccessibility.

To expand inclusive opportunities, she launched a fully accessible dance studio coupled with a customized curriculum and led the development of a groundbreaking bone-conductive floor that converts sound into vibrational energy allowing you to feel sound & music. Jari continues to advocate for worldwide accessibility, to open doors that were once closed to marginalized communities.

Krista Montoya – Props Designer

Krista Montoya is proud to be working on her second show with Phamaly Theatre Company! Before moving back to Colorado in 2020, she spent 5 and a half years as a Set Decorator with Walt Disney Imagineering at Walt Disney World in Florida. Before becoming an Imagineer, she worked as the Prop Shop Supervisor at The Colorado Shakespeare Festival in 2015. She graduated with her BA in Design and Technology for the Theatre from the University of Northern Colorado.

Madison Booth - Costume Designer

Madison received her MFA in Costume Design at the University of Maryland, College Park in 2021, and is excited to be joining the Phamaly production team for the first time. Her Colorado design credits include La Bohème (Opera Steamboat), Fourteen Funerals(BETC), and Every Brilliant Thing (Theatreworks UCCS). Other credits include Thumbelina(Imagination Stage), and Or (Theatre Prometheus), and Meet Me in St. Louis (Weathervane Playhouse).  Associate design credits include Gold Mountain at the Utah Shakespeare Festival, The Tempest at the Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Mlima’s Tale at the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis. Madison would like to thank her family for their continued support.

Nicholas Renaud (he/him) – Scenic Designer

Nicholas is proud to be working with Phamaly once again. Previous credits with Phamaly include Chicago, Alice in WonderlandThe Spitfire GrillHonk. Other credits include: This is Modern ArtSantaLand DiariesLived/Re-Lived (Off Center, DCPA), MilkMilkLemonade (Shrewd Production, Austin Tx, B. Iden Payne Nom.) Nicholas is currently a resident scenic design assistant with the DCPA Theatre Company where he has assisted over 75 productions. Training: BFA Emerson College, Boston, MA.

Richard Sauer – Crew Lead

Richard is very excited to be working on Rocky. He has been with phamaly for 8 years in various capacities. He is glad to be crew lead on this project.he is very proud of all the hard work of the cast and crew. He wants to thank all his friends and family (with a special thanks to Emma) for their love and support. Break a leg everyone.

Tara Tolar-Payne (she/her) - Stage Manager

Tara is honored to be making her Phamaly debut with Rocky Horror! Select professional credits include: Production Assistant, Disney Theatrical’s Broadway-bound Frozen; Stage Manager, CU Eklund Opera’s Agrippina and Hansel and Gretel; Stage Manager, UNC Opera’s The Plague Years and Così fan tutte; Assistant Stage Manager, Colorado Ballet’s Romeo and Juliet and Wizard of Oz; and Stage Management Apprentice, Asolo Rep’s Hair and Eureka Day. Tara has also worked with companies such as Santa Fe Opera, Local Theater Company, the John. F. Kennedy Center, Loveland Opera Theatre, Opera Fort Collins, and Wonderbound.

Veronica Legler – Assistant Stage Manager

Veronica is excited to be back working with Phamaly! Previous Phamaly productions include: Cabaret (ASM), Baby with the Bathwater (SM), and My Name is Asher Lev (SM). This is Veronica's first full scale production since serving in the Peace Corps (Vanuatu 2017-2020). Veronica has a BA in the Theatre and Anthropology from MSU Denver.