Shark Box Theatre Company Presents: "Don't Dress For Dinner" by Marc Camoletti Adapted by Robin Hawdon - March 10 - March 25, 2023

Shark Box Theatre Company

 Who's Who 

  • Alex Duty head shot

    Alex Duty

    as Bernard

    Alex is thrilled to be a part of Sark Box Theatre's Don't Dress for Dinner. 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 roles include: Jason in Sweat by Lynn Nottage, Warren in This is Our Youth by Kenneth Lonnergan and Lenny in Rumors by Neil Simon. When he isn't doing theatre work, Alex enjoys watching a dangerous amount of TV with a tub of buttered popcorn and a greasy half-live chicken leg. He would like to thank his family and friends for their never-ending support on this rollercoaster ride.

  • Lauren Mengert head shot

    Lauren Mengert

    as Jacqueline

    By day, Lauren works as a software engineer and growth partner for a tech startup. By night, she is an actress, dancer, and singer. Growing up in NY, she studied acting at the Russel Acting Studio and Improv at UCB NY. Since moving out to Denver 3 years ago, she has studied and performed stand-up comedy at Rise Comedy and is continuing her acting studies at Babcock Studios. Lauren is absolutely thrilled to be a part of Shark Box Theatre's Don't Dress For Dinner! While this is her first play, she has performed in several student films and continues to pursue her love of acting wherever and whenever she can. Lauren would like to thank her friends and family for all of their love and support on this journey. She would also like to give a special shout-out to her Babcock studio family!

  • Beau Fisher head shot

    Beau Fisher

    as Robert

    Beau Fisher returns as Robert after playing him in Shark Box’s production of Boeing Boeing in 2021. He has his degree in Theatre Arts from Plymouth State University in New Hampshire. Beau has spent the last couple years living in different states and working as a professional actor on stage and in film. He has worked as a theatre educator, performer, and writer on multiple projects since moving to Denver. His most recent productions include Salt Mother, an immersive experience for one at the Denver Fringe, and dancing with JK Co for their productions of Glass Palace and A Mad Chance.

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