Michael Mulhern is the Founder and Creative Director of Denver Theater Perspectives and is thrilled that his dream has become a reality! Originally from Wiesbaden, Germany, Michael has been a lover and supporter of the arts in Denver for nearly 20 years. He graduated with a BFA in Theater Performance from University of Wisconsin and gained his experience as a theater critic, writing for BroadwayWorld.com and was promoted to Senior Writer for their Denver bureau. When not pursuing his passion for the arts, Michael is either working as a fine dining server at Ocean Prime or spending time with his partner, Nelson and their puppy, Malbec.
Devon James has been a Professional Actor and Teaching Artist in the Denver area for the last 5 years. During that time, Devon has worked for DCPA, Arvada Center, Curious, BETC, Miner’s Alley, and Denver Children’s theatre. She holds an MFA in Acting from the University of Southern Mississippi and a BFA from the University of Central Oklahoma.
Noah Lee Jordan
Noah Lee Jordan was born in Tucson, Arizona blindly unaware of his true calling—a life surrounded by bright lights, big stages and live theatre. He has been performing since his was six-years-old, beginning with Missoula Children’s Theatre and moving up the ladder to much bigger equity stages around the country. His theatre musings have been featured in various regional and national publications, and currently have a home here, at least for now. Not completely finished traveling but on a bit of a hiatus, he’s enjoying his time in Denver. Favorite performances include; The Wedding Singer (directed by choreographer Mandy Moore), While We Were Bowling, Hairspray, Ragtime, Godspell, and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @noahleejordan.
Owen T. Niland
Owen T. Niland is an actor, singer and director in Denver. Owen has been part of nearly 50 productions in the 10 years he’s been active in the Denver theater community, having performed with Firehouse Theater, Germinal Stage, Spotlight Theater, Ignite, Performance Now and Breckenridge Backstage Theater to name a few. Hailing from Pennsylvania, Owen started his theater career at the tender age of 10 in a production of A Christmas Carol at his hometown theater the Erie Playhouse, and hasn’t looked back since. A graduate of Saint Bonaventure University in New York, Owen brings a studied eye for performance and design to his criticism. Owen looks forward to bringing you insight from an actor’s point of view, illustrating the work a performer undergoes to bring a piece to life. In his own words, “I won’t always be right, but I’ll always be honest.”
It has been chronicled the Sue Leiser is the “oldest musical theater actress” in Denver, having performed here for over 40 years! She has been a talent agent/casting director , has a resume of film and tv productions, radio voice-overs, and is the proud grandmother of 10! She moved to Denver from Chicago over 45 years ago and started performing shortly after in such venues as Country Dinner Playhouse, the Arvada Center, Shwayder, Theater on Broadway, Town Hall, Aurora Fox, RiverTree; many more theaters that are no longer with us! You would think after performing as Golde in 5 productions of “Fiddler on the Roof” she would be happy to say “done”, but not so! Yente is in her bucket list!
Taylor Jo Oxley
Taylor was born and raised on a farm in Central Illinois, spending the majority of her childhood dancing, tumbling, singing, and acting in local productions. Upon graduation from Illinois State University she moved to New York City where she traveled, taught,
and performed with Pilobolus Dance Theatre. Taylor has been in Colorado for a year now, enjoying all this beautiful state has to offer. She spends her time working for a local visual artist, adventuring in the mountains, and watching baseball every chance
Mona Lott has been seen on Comedy Central, The Game Show Network and NBC. She has performed at the Hollywood Improv and the Los Angeles Comedy Store and headlined in Las Vegas. The Las Vegas Weekly calls her, “Original, funny and a little twisted!” Yellow Scene magazine said, “she excels as one of the most inventive bingo callers to exist” and The Denver Westword referred to her as, “Less of a Drag Queen than a Drag Empress” and went on to say, “But when it comes to sarcasm, merciless wit and explosive eye-candy, Mona Lott rises above the rest with her outrageous topical prescriptions”. Named Denver’s Outstanding Drag Queen by OutFront Colorado for 2014 she is more popular than ever!