HEATHER OSTBERG JOHNSON is thrilled to be working with OpenStage again so soon after directing The 15 Minute Christmas Carol this past December. Heather wears many hats as an actor, producer, teacher and director in Fort Collins and is the new co-owner of La De Da Performing Arts with Dulcie Willis. This past year, she directed Reasons the House Burned Down (Artist’s Choice Award - Fort Collins Fringe Festival) and was the movement director for Peter/Wendy (Popup Theatre). Recently, Heather has toured Mad and a Goat, a new play by Diana Lynn Small, to New York, Austin, Santa Barbara and Denver, and with Portland and Berkley on the calendar for Summer 2017. She is also a founding member of the Comedy Brewers with whom she performs short-form comedy improv every month. Heather and her co-producers are currently working on producing the 5th annual Fort Collins Fringe Festival for July of 2017. She is grateful for the loving support of her husband Reed, who helps her keep all these plates spinning!
Heather's Work in OpenStage Theatre
Event Role
Men On Boats William Hawkins
August: Osage County- Essential Season Assistant Director/Acting Coach
The Servant Of Two Masters Smeraldina
The Ladies Man Suzanne Aubin (a patient)