DAN TSCHIRHART is a graduate of Colorado State University, where he received his Bachelor of Arts in Theatre. He received a 2017 Colorado Theatre Guild Henry Award nomination for his role as Sam in OpenStage's The Flick. Dan has appeared with OpenStage in Much Ado About Nothing, Avenue Q, And Then There Were None, Spamalot, Pride and Prejudice, Splitting Infinity, The One-Eyed Man Is King, The Ladies Man, Noises Off, A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Seafarer (OpenStage OPUS Award/Outstanding Actor in a Supporting Role), The Tempest, Spring Awakening, Unnecessary Farce, Romeo and Juliet and Stage Kiss. Other memorable performances include Almost Maine, 1940's Radio Christmas Carol, The Lion in Winter and Our Town with Bas Bleu Theatre and A Midsummer Night's Dream, Scapin and The Beckett Project at CSU. Dan is a member of the local improv group, Comedy Brewers, which performs regularly at Bas Bleu Theatre.
Dan's Work in OpenStage Theatre
Event Role
The Book Of Will Ralph Crane / Compositor / Bernardo
Clue: On Stage Professor Plum
Sense And Sensibility Col. Brandon/Thomas/Gossip
Agatha Christie's Murder On The Orient Express Michel The Conductor/Head Waiter
Ken Ludwig's Sherwood: The Adventures Of Robin Hood Ensemble
Rumors Lenny Ganz
Much Ado About Nothing Borachio / Friar Frances
Avenue Q Rod
And Then There Were None Dr. Armstrong
Monty Python's Spamalot Patsy
The Flick- Essential Season Sam
Stage Kiss A Man, He
Romeo And Juliet Paris
Spring Awakening Adult Man
Unnecessary Farce Eric Sheridan
The Seafarer Nicky Giblin
The Tempest Sebastian
Noises Off Lloyd Dallas
Viva Las Vegas Dancini
A Midsummer Night's Dream Robin Starveling/'Shroom
The Ladies Man *Dr. Hercule Molineaux
The One-eyed Man Is King *Bendalli
Pride And Prejudice Dance Captain
Pride And Prejudice George Wickham/Ball Guest
Splitting Infinity Young Saul