Shark Box theatre Company Presents: Rumors, By Neil simon - May 13 - June 04, 2022

Shark Box Theatre Company

 Who's Who 

  • Hayley Siedlik head shot

    Hayley Siedlik

    as Chris Gorman

    Hayley Siedlik is so excited to be back on the stage for Rumors. By day, Hayley is a civil engineer, by later day she is a board game enthusiast and wine lover, and by night well she sleeps mostly. Some of her favorite roles include Dotty/Mrs. Clackett in Noises Off, Cookie in rumors, Marvalyn in Almost Maine, and Nurse Kelly in Harvey.

  • Daniel Schwartz head shot

    Daniel Schwartz

    as Ken Gorman

    Daniel is ecstatic to be a part of Rumors with Shark Box Theatre. This is Daniel’s first performance of 2022. Previous credits include Servant of Two Masters and Polaroid Stories both through MSU Denver, as well as a staged reading of Clown Lung with Local Theatre Company. Enjoy the show!! 


  • Anna Nienhaus head shot

    Anna Nienhaus

    as Claire Ganz

    By day, Anna is a software developer, but by night she is thrilled to be returning for her second role at Shark Box Theatre! Favorite past roles include Gabriella in Boeing Boeing (Shark Box), Agnes in She Kills Monsters (Mines Little Theater), and Alice Bieneke in The Addams Family Musical (Mines Little Theater)Anna is also excited to get to act alongside her fiancé, Braden. She hopes you enjoy the show!

  • Alex Duty head shot

    Alex Duty

    as Lenny Ganz

    Alex is amped to be a part of Sharkbox Theatre's production of Rumors. He earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting and Directing from Stephen F. Austin State University in the Fall of 2019 and has been acting in the Denver area ever since. Some of his previous notable roles include: Bernard in Beoing Boeing by Marc Camoletti, Jason in Sweat by Lynn Nottage, Warren in This is Our Youth by Kenneth Lonnergan and Picasso in Picasso at the Lapin Agile by Steve Martin. When he isn't doing theatre work, Alex enjoys repeatedly injuring himself snowboarding with friends, quoting Spongebob to anybody that will listen and being attacked by the dog he worked so hard to raise. He would like to thank his family and friends for their never-ending support on this chaotic journey. If there's anything applicable to take away from this experience, it's this: "We're all just making it up as we go along, sentence by sentence, word by word."


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