Picasso at the Lapin Agile Creative
Brad Moore (Director) is the Theatre Operations Manager for CMC and was named the 2017 Adjunct Faculty of the Year - Spring Valley Campus and College-wide. Brad was first involved with CMC in the mid-1980s as director and actor at Spring Valley and as an instructor at the Aspen campus. Brad directed and designed The Other Place which won multiple awards at the Colorado Theatre Festival and went on to the national AACTFest 2019 in Gettysburg. There, the production won several awards and was nominated for Overall Outstanding Production. Other CMC productions include directing Amadeus, Wait Until Dark, A Flea In Her Ear, The Glorious Ones, Private Eyes, Cabaret, The Ladies of the Camellias, and Uncle Vanya. Brad serves on the board of the Colorado Community Theatre Coalition. He is the Colorado State Representative and is on the Festival Commission for the American Association of Community Theatre. He is a co-founder and is the Board President of Aspen Stage. Brad also serves on the boards of the Aspen Community Theatre, the Aspen Fringe Festival, and Dance Initiative.
Scenic DesignerR. Thomas Ward
R. Thomas Ward (Set Designer) has multiple design credits with the Sopris Theatre Company. Those designs include The Ladies of the Camellias, Uncle Vanya, Proof, and The Women of Lockerbie. Tom has designed locally for Theatre Aspen, Aspen Stage, The Aspen Opera Theatre Center, Aspen Community Theatre, Theater Masters, 4 Rivers Musical Theatre, The Actor’s Group of Aspen, Sopris Theater Company, Thunder River Theatre Company, Aspen High School, and the Aspen Writer’s Foundation. Other companies include the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center Theatre Company, Open Stage Theatre in Fort Collins, The Evergreen Players, The Merry-Go-Round Playhouse in Auburn, NY, and Shore Country Day School in Beverly, MA. Recent designs include Newsies for Theatre Aspen School and Company for Aspen Community Theatre. He is currently designing Eurydice for Thunder River Theatre Company where he also designed Yankee Tavern and Tribes. He was Managing Director of The American Theater Company in Aspen and The Aspen Playwrights Conference and has a BFA in theatre from Denison University.