Mark Ragan (Managing Director) is an actor, director and producer working in the Denver and Boulder theater scene. Mark’s last directing credit was the 2021 Christmas show, “It’s a Wonderful Life,” which was nominated for six Henry Awards and won three. In 2019, Mark directed William Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet“ at the Dairy Arts Center in Boulder. John Moore described the production as a “refreshing change for those who don’t cling
Jessica Robblee (Producing Artistic Director) is a director, writer, teacher, producer, and Equity actor who has created theatre in Colorado for over twenty years. She’s proud to have acted with Buntport Theater, the Colorado Shakespeare Festival, the Arvada Center Black Box Repertory Company, UpstART Theatre, Theatre Aspen, Miner’s Alley Playhouse, the Butterfly Effect Theatre Company, Curious Theatre, SisTryst Productions, Square Product Theatre, Wonderbound, and the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.
Margot Crowe (Development Director) has been a supporter of the Arts for decades beginning in Denver and later moving to Boulder. In Boulder, Margot has served on the Colorado Shakespeare Advisory Board, the Colorado Music Festival Board specializing in small and large events to build community. Margot is vice president of the CU Retired Faculty and Co-Founder of the Fine Tuned Society (FTS). FTS is in its 5th season of