Ken Fenwick

"Deputy-Governor Danforth, is principled although his principles are misguided. He's stern, dictatorial and absolutely sure he is right. A strict believer that the law is paramount."- Ken Fenwick


Heath has been acting since 1994 and is an Equity Membership Candidate. He graduated from the University of Northern Colorado with a B.A. in Theatre with an emphasis on Acting and also studied at the School for Film and Television. While in college, Heath worked with other students to create a theatre group that dabbled in original multimedia theatre. He spent six years working in the Chicago theatre scene, primarily acting on stage and in film, but also modeling, painting sets and doing commercials and advertisements. Chicago was an amazing experience for him, especially acting with First Folio Theatre Company and Attic Playhouse, to name a few. He took many workshops and theatre courses while in Chicago and served as scenic painter for Highland Park Players and Attic Playhouse. Heath also had his first professional art gallery showing in Chicago. He has performed with OpenStage Theatre as Aramis in The Three Musketeers, Treat in Orphans, Benvolio in Romeo and Julietand Le Chevalier Danceny in Dangerous Liaisons and also has served as scenic artist for several OpenStage shows.

The Crucible 

By Arthur Miller, Directed by Peter Anthony

“… the raw terror in Arthur Miller’s The Crucible … makes the flesh creep.” -The New York Times

The year is 1692. The village of Salem is feverish with tales of witchcraft. Deep-seated jealousies, lust and greed are erupting in the form of deadly accusations. Revenge has replaced reason; mere rumors are now damning evidence — and no one is safe. As neighbor turns against neighbor, Salem descends into a cauldron of hysteria from which it can never return. Astoundingly relevant, Arthur Miller’s enduring masterpiece dares to put us all on trial. 1953 Tony Award for Best Play. Contains adult themes.

January 20 - February 17

Lincoln Center Magnolia Theatre, 417 West Magnolia Street