MARK TERZANI is thrilled to be a part of OpenStage’s production of And Then There Were None. He was last seen onstage in OpenStage’s production of August: Osage County and the Bas Bleu production of The Blue Flower. Mark has had primary roles in more than forty productions in the last sixteen years with OpenStage Theatre, Bas Bleu Theatre, OpenStage etcetera, Prairie Players, Front Range Community College and Northeastern Junior College. He has been named a Colorado Community Theatre Coalition (CCTC) All State Actor four times and has won their Acting Competition twice. Some of his favorite and most memorable roles include John Proctor in The Crucible, Orin (The Dentist) in Little Shop Of Horrors, Lt j.g. Daniel Kaffee in A Few Good Men, Will in A Bright New Boise, Max in The Blue Flower and Bobby Reyburn in Coyote On A Fence, for which he was named Best Actor at the 2006 CCTC Festival.
Mark's Work in OpenStage Theatre
EventRole
Fool For Love Old Man
And Then There Were None General Mackenzie
August: Osage County- Essential Season Sheriff Deon Gilbeau
A Bright New Boise openstage Etc Will
Superior Donuts Luther Flynn
Romeo And Juliet Lord Capulet
King Lear King of France/Augur/Ensemble
Dead Man's Cell Phone Gordon
Is He Dead? Bastien Andrew
Little Shop Of Horrors Orin
Anon(ymous) Yuri Mackus/Strygal
Boy Gets Girl Howard Siegel
The Arabian Nights Madman, Butcher, Ishak and others
Rasputin Tsar Nicholas Romanov II