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The Chateau Players

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Mark Arnest
The Iron Springs Chateau is happy to have Mark tickling the old ivories for "What Became of Nona Jane". Mark is music director at All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church and also teaches music theory, music history, composition, and piano at the Colorado Springs Conservatory. His compositions have been performed by the Chamber Orchestra of the Springs and the Colorado Springs Philharmonic, and his "Ludlow: Four Scenes for Orchestra" was a finalist for the American Prize in Composition. He has created music for numerous local theatre productions, most recently Theatreworks' 2016 production of "Girl of the Golden West."
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Alicia Cuevas
Alicia is very excited to be performing in her first melodrama with the chateau players. Her debut on the Chateau Stage doing intermission last season just fueled her passion to be a performer and entertainer. We're pleased that she has returned to be "Sweet Joyce Ann" in this fun southern melodrama.
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Alexandra (Alex) DeLong
Alex, first discovered her love for acting and singing at a young age. She grew up doing theater around the pacific north west. Alex moved to Colorado for graduate school 3 years ago to pursue a career in Social Work, and after taking several years off ; she has since returned to the stage to further her passion for the arts. She is thrilled to be performing in her first show at the Iron Springs Chateau and is excited to be back doing something that she loves.
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Daisya Dowen
Daisya first debuted with the Chateau in 2008 when she played Buck in "North to Laughter - or Buck of the Yukon". Her enthusiasm and talent have held true through her performance as Sweet Belle in "Farther North to Laughter" that closed in August of 2016. Daisya is a fitness junkie who, when not at the Chateau, enjoys Zumba and strength training, hiking, and is an avid white water kayaker in summer and cross-country skier in winter.
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Craig Howard
Craig is very happy to be joining the cast and crew for his first production here at the Chateau. He has a great love for American melodrama and is an alumnus of Cripple Creek's Imperial Players and Tucson's Gaslight Theatre. He wishes to thank his family and his lovely wife, Jolene for their support. Also, thanks to Billy, Lori, and Becky for this opportunity and he hopes you have a rip roaring good time!
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Jolene Howard
This is Jolene Howard's third season with the Iron Springs Chateau and she is excited to be taking on a few new roles this time around. Originally from Tucson, AZ, she performed regularly with several different theatre companies including the famous Gaslight Theatre. She holds a B.A. in Musical Theatre from the University of Arizona and has appeared in a variety of regional commercials, as well as a television pilot for The Weather Channel. She wishes much love to her amazing kids and her wonderful husband, Craig. Many thanks to Billy, Lori, Becky, and the rest of the team!
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Kevin Morgan
Kevin, who has been involved with theater most of his life, first performed at the Iron Springs Chateau in the 1990s. He spent the last several years living overseas in Hungary, and has recently returned to Colorado. He is thrilled about rejoining the Chateau Players this season, and we are delighted to welcome him back to the Chateau stage! When he's not performing he enjoys playing the banjo, guitar and harmonica.
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William Clifton
The Iron Springs Chateau is pleased to welcome back to our stage, William Clifton, who performed for years as a Chateau Player. Not only is he playing the part of Henry in "What Became of Nona Jane", but he authored the melodrama script and directed the show as well!


Director William Clifton
Lori Adams-Miller
Musical Direction Mark Arnest
Choreography Jolene Howard
Daisya Dowen
Rebekah Ratterree
Lori Adams-Miller
Costuming Stephanie Bradley
Back Stage Tech and Spotlight Dartanian Layman
Jolene Howard

    The Iron Springs Chateau Melodrama Dinner Theater
    To contact us:

    444 S. Ruxton Avenue
    Manitou Springs, CO 80819
    Phone: (719) 685-5104 or 685-5572
    info@ironspringschateau.com
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