KEN FENWICK has performed extensively with OpenStage Theatre since 1986, including such roles as Sir in The Dresser, Claudius in Hamlet, Joe Keller in All My Sons, Hucklebee in The Fantasticks and Salieri in Amadeus, among numerous others. Ken is a former member of The Denver Center Theatre Company, where he worked with Edward Call, Donovan Marley, Walter Schoen, Barbara Damashek and four-time Tony Award winner, Jerry Zaks. He has directed several shows for OpenStage including Quilters, A Little Night Music, Into the Woods and Of Mice and Men, to name a few. Ken received the 2003 OpenStage Founder's Award, which recognizes an artist who has made significant contributions to the artistry and excellence of the Company. In addition, he has won OpenStage OPUS Awards for Outstanding Actor for his portrayals of the title role in King Lear and Falstaff in Heny IV Part 1, Outstandingt Supporting Actor as Adolph Frietag in The Last Night at Ballyhoo and Outstanding Director and Outstanding Play for Enchanted April and Into the Woods.
Ken's Work in OpenStage Theatre
Event Role
The Crucible Deputy-Governor Danforth
Taming Of The Shrew Gremio
Sceneworks Actor
Third Director
Pride And Prejudice Mr. Bennet
Little Shop Of Horrors *Mushnik
The Cripple Of Inishmaan Director
Enchanted April Director
The Threepenny Opera Matt of the Mint
Mythologica Narrator
An Ideal Husband Lord Caversham
Copenhagen Niels Bohr
The Play's The Thing Turai
Moon Over Buffalo Director
Portals Abraham Crowe
Proof Robert
The Most Massive Woman Wins Director
Tripleplay Director
Henry Iv, Part 1 Sir John Falstaff
Harvey Sound Design
Harvey Director
Picasso At The Lapin Agile Gaston
A Little Night Music Director
The Last Night At Ballyhoo Adolph Freitag
King Lear King Lear