CHARLIE FERRIE has performed in numerous OpenStage Theatre productions, most recently as King Arthur in Spamalot, Charlie Aiken in August: Osage County, Treville in The Three Musketeers, Arthur in Superior Donuts, Judge Escalus in Romeo and Juliet, Richard Harkin in The Seafarer and Kent in King Lear. He has garnered two OpenStage OPUS Awards for his roles as Almady in The Play's the Thing and Prospero in The Tempest. Although Charlie doesn't consider himself to be the leading man type, he is proud of having been cast as Petruchio in The Taming of the Shrew and as Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing. He also has appeared in The Woman in Black, Someone to Watch Over Me and other plays with Bas Bleu Theatre; Splitting Infinity with The Dance Connection; and several productions with Colorado State University, Foothills Civic Theatre, Front Range Chamber Players, Fort Collins Children's Theatre, CSU Summer Cafe Theatre and OpenStage Opera. Charlie is the recipient of the prestigious OpenStage Founders' Award for his outstanding contributions to the Company.
Charlie's Work in OpenStage Theatre
Event Role
Frankenstein De Lacey/Ewan
Monty Python's Spamalot King Arthur
August: Osage County- Essential Season Charlie Aiken
The Three Musketeers - Essential Season Monsieur de Treville/Ensemble
Superior Donuts Arthur Przybyszewski
Romeo And Juliet Judge Escalus
The Seafarer Richard Harkin
Amadeus Franz Orsini-Rosenberg
Othello Montano/Duke of Venice
King Lear Earl of Kent/Ensemble
A Picasso *Pablo Picasso
Is He Dead? Papa Lereaux
As You Like It Duke Senior/Marcade (soldier)
Rag And Bone Set-In Crew
Rag And Bone *George
Splitting Infinity *Saul Lieberman
A Bright Room Called Day Set-In Crew
The Exonerated Male Ensemble 2
A Bright Room Called Day Husz
The Play's The Thing Almady
Macbeth Rosse
Dorian Gray Lord Henry Wotton
Fuddy Meers Richard
The Tempest Prospero
King Lear Kent