Art Presented by Stages a Practical Theatrical (This show is for patrons 16 and up. No children under 16 years of age will be admitted) Cast

Bradley Gibbons (Yvan)
Bradley James Gibbons (they/them): A regular in Denver's queer stand-up comedy scene, Bradley has appeared on such shows as 'Laugh Your Yas Off!,' 'The Knotty Show,' 'The Naked Show,' 'Big Gay Brunch,' 'Spicy Sets,' 'Comedy @ Sushi Hai,' and was the proud first-ever winner of 'The Slut Down Comedy Competition."' Bradley also appeared on Bowen Yang's 'Las Culturalistas: I don't think so, honey...LIVE!' in Denver" along with 30 other local talents. In addition to comedy, he spent 15 years singing with the Opera Colorado chorus. Other musical credits include, a singing drag queen at The Clocktower Cabaret and chorus for both 'Game of Thrones: a concert experience' at the Pepsi Center and 'Hans Zimmer in Concert.' They are a longtime member of the Yuletide Carolers. An actor, Bradley also studied Meisner technique with Lea Marlene and has performed the at the Firehouse Theater and Shakespeare at Sloane's Lake.
Joshua Zabatta (Marc)
Joshua Zabatta never imagined that singing while driving a tractor on a Montana farm would eventually lead to a singing career. After emerging onto the professional scene, Joshua quickly received acclaim as a “terrific soloist” by the St. Louis Post Dispatch. Career highlights include serving as a soloist in Alban Berg’s Wozzeck with the St. Louis Symphony, the role of Harry in La Fanciulla del West (Opera Colorado), Don José in Carmen, Fernando in Goyescas (Boulder Opera), and Harlekin in Der Kaiser von Atlantis (People’s Theatre of Denver).
Jeff Arbough (Serge)
Jeff Arbough has been involved with theater for over 20 years, with experience in improvisational comedy, dinner theater, and interactive theater. His can be seen in upcoming performances of The Loose Screws (Stages’) Improv Comedy Troupe, and previously acted as part of The Denver Murder Mystery Co. and ImprovNeato Improv Comedy Troupe. He is the assistant director of Some Assembly Required (Stages’), author of Matrix for Murder, and has assisted with several children’s productions in the Denver area. Jeff is thrilled to be making his acting debut for adult theater with Art, and would like to thank the cast and crew for their dedicated efforts to bring this production to life.