DAN MUTH first began acting in 2010 while working for the town of Wellington. After ten years with the town, he realized he needed to make a change, so he went back to school at Front Range Community College, where he took an acting class on a whim. He fell in love with it and has been acting ever since. Dan’s first production was Immortality under the direction of Peter Anthony. He has appeared in OpenStage’s The Three Musketeers as D’Artagnan, Fool For Love as Martin, Journey To The West as The Monkey King and Orphans as Phillip. Dan performed in FRCC's productions of Macbeth and A Streetcar Named Desire; and Bas Bleu's Readers' Theatre production of Our House. Dan has worked in independent film and has a couple of years of ballet training, having performed twice in The Nutcracker.
Dan's Work in OpenStage Theatre
Event Role
Ken Ludwig's Sherwood: The Adventures Of Robin Hood Sir Guy of Gisbourne
Ken Ludwig's Sherwood: The Adventures Of Robin Hood Sir Guy of Gisbourne
Fool For Love Martin
The Three Musketeers - Essential Season D'Artagnan
Orphans Phillip
Journey To The West Monkey King (Sun Wukong)