STEVEN P. SICKLES first appeared with OpenStage Theatre in 2003 as Julian in Communicating Doors and has enjoyed numerous OpenStage artistic opportunities since then. Recipient of the 2017 Colorado Theatre Guild Outstanding Actor Award and two OpenStage OPUS Acting Awards, Stephen’s recent OpenStage roles include Valere in LaBête, Athos in The Three Musketeers, Harold in Orphans, Bajie the Pig in Journey to the West, and most recently, Ted in OpenStage Etcetera’s Ideation. Steven has a B.A. in Communication and Theatre Arts and has performed from Aurora to Boulder in such roles as Marc in Art, Scrooge in A Christmas Carol and Merchant/Father in Belle and the Beast. Favorite roles include Arthur in Camelot, Perchick in Fiddler on the Roof, Matt in Talley’s Folley, Dr. Nakamura/Governor in Happy End, The Mikado in The Mikado, Birdboot in The Real Inspector Hound and his debut in sixth grade as the Grinch in How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Steve would like to thank all audience members and donors for showing their support for live theatre!
Steven's Work in OpenStage Theatre
EventRole
Much Ado About Nothing Don Pedro
Frankenstein Monsieur Frankenstein//Townsman (Client)
Ideation Ted
La Bete- Essential Season Valere
The Three Musketeers - Essential Season Athos
Orphans Harold
Journey To The West Pig (Bajie)
Amadeus Venticelli
Wit Dr. Harvey Kelekian
King Lear Duke of Cornwall/Ensemble
The Winter's Tale Camillo/Lord
Portals Barnaby Briggs
Communicating Doors Julian