Come and join a group of people destined to be your friend. We'll share our stories, our hobbies, our burdens. Maybe if we're lucky we'll be blessed by a visit from HER. Fort Greene has been kind enough to take us in and host this gathering since we lost our last place to the incident. We've got a beautiful space, delicious drinks, and wonderful company. Who could ask for more?
Leah Cardenas- Director
Leah is an actor, creator, and director from the Denver area. You may have seen her in the Catamounts pandemic-safe remount of the Whisky Tasting, or heard her in the DCPA Off Center’s immersive podcast experience Bright Lights of Denver. She is excited to be joining the Denver Fringe for the first time, and grateful to the Salt Mother.
Monte D. Monteleagre- Writer
When Monte D. Monteleagre was young, he wanted to be an astronaut. Then he found theatre, writing, and music. They've been on a trip to the moon ever since. Monte graduated with a BFA in Theatre Studies from Nebraska Wesleyan University in 2018. His work has been published by Drama Notebook, Z Publishing, and The Flintlock. Monte's plays have been on stage with the Act One: One Act festival where it reached finals, the HERE WE GO winter festival, and the inaugural play reading for the 5th Avenue Theatre. Digitally, they've done work with the Equity Library Theater, Caravan Theatre, and the Queerantine Virtual Fringe Festival.
Beau Fisher -Salt Manager
Beau Fisher is a local actor and educator. Having travelled across the country to perform the world premier of Eugene in Chicago, A Star Crossed Stagecoach with Montana Shakespeare, and Strangeman Theatre Co’s revival of The Woodsman in Omaha, Beau is happy to find himself living near the mountains once again. He has most recently performed as a part of The Final Séance, an immersive production of A Christmas Carol, and danced with JK-Co in Palace of Glass. The salt of the Rocky Mountains has revitalized his spirit and reminded him that, through the Salt Mother, all things are possible. www.beaufisher.com
Theo Grey- Actor
Theodore Grey- Jack of some trades, biding his time on the Front Range area. In his spare time: amateur furniture flipper and avid estate sale thrifter. Picture taker. Semi- Professional shape shifter. Theodore is looking forward to collaborating with a crew of exceptional folks this summer. All glory to the Salt Mother.
Adrian Hart- Actor
"Adrian Hart was born and raised in Colorado. He studied acting and improv at the Denver Center Theatre Academy and was awarded the Lewis Myers’ two-year intensive training scholarship. He has appeared in several local productions, including the plays Moon Over Buffalo (Parker Arts), The Rimers of Eldritch (DCTA), numerous One Night Stand Theater productions, and the films Ink (by Jamin Winans) and The Highwayman (Inferno Films), among others. He was recently in the Denver Center-Off Center co-op production with the Denver Public Library and an interactive A Christmas Carol. He is excited to be one with the Salt Mother.
Cat Rose can currently be found hanging out with Dinosaurs at Jurassic World the Exhibition. Before she was a Dinosaur handler, she found herself in sunny Los Angeles receiving a BA in Theatre at The University of Southern California. Her credits include Netflix’s “Amateur”, USC’s “Birdcage”, and most recently Alice in Leah Cardenas’ “Dickens: A Family Event”. She loves movies, her mom, her dogs, and is excited for the glory to go to the Salt Mother.
Camille Delaney- Actor
Camille (they/she) has been performing as early as they knew how to demand "now clap!" to their audience of family members at the end of their frequent living room dance shows. They are from so-called Denver, CO, and received a BFA in Dance (and Mathematics!?) from NYU Tisch School of the Arts. They currently most enjoy spending their time dancing in the park, teaching yoga at local rec centers, practicing peer-to-peer feminist health care on discord, and SALT MOTHER RULES.
Abigail Feldman- SALT MOTHER
Abigail Feldman hails from Des Moines, Iowa, but has made Denver her home for the past four years. She has played a sentient tree, the virgin mary, a ten year old boy, and once a very neurotic clown, but this will mark her first time stepping into her most powerful form as a cult leader. She’s extremely excited and would like to thank her grandmother, who told her she had ‘winning charisma’. She would also like to mention that 99.9% of cult leaders in history have been male, and she feels she’s doing her civic duty by leveling the playing field.
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Fort Greene Bar
321 E 45th Ave, Denver, CO 80216
Entrance: The main entrance is on 45th Ave.
Accessibility: The patio and back entrance to the venue can be accessed from the street
Parking: Street parking is available on neighboring streets
Admission: You must show your ticket confirmation or purchase a ticket at the venue;all seating is general admission, audiences will wait in a queue before entry to the show