BILLIE MCBRIDE (LOUISE BROOKS)
Billie is so pleased to be back with And Toto Too where she did Pardon My Dust. She has recently been seen in Ripcord for the Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company and The Last Romance at the Barth Hotel for its annual fundraiser. This year she did Driving Miss Daisy at the CSFAC, Velocity of Autumn at The Lake Dillon Theatre, 4000 Miles for The Cherry Creek Theatre and Outside Mullingar at Little Theatre of the Rockies in Greeley. Before moving to Colorado she spent 20 years in NYC doing theatre and Television. Her NY stage credits include Torch Song Trilogy (Helen Hayes), Safe Sex (Lyceum) and The Kurt Weill Cabaret (Bijou Theatre). Since moving to Colorado she has worked at The Denver Center, The Arvada Center, And Toto Too, The Pluss at the JCC, TheatreWorks, CSFAC, The Cherry Creek Theatre, Miners Alley, and BETC (Ensemble Member). She has won 3 Henry Awards for acting and directing and was given the Theatre Lifetime Achievement Award in 2014. Billie is also a director and Voice Over Talent and is a proud member of Actor’s Equity Association.
mark collins (Kenneth Tynan)
Mark is pleased to be back with And Toto too, where he has enjoyed appearing in the Annual Play Crawl. Other recent credits include God of Carnage, The Cripple of Inishmaan and The Pitmen Painters at Miners Alley Playhouse: How I Learned to Drive and SLAB with square product theatre; Mr. Burns — a post-electric play and A Public Reading of an Unproduced Screenplay About the Death of Walt Disney with The Catamounts; Jerusalem and The Beauty Queen of Leenane, both at The Edge Theater. And, Mark played Boolie, son of Billie McBride's Daisy, in Cherry Creek Theatre's Driving Miss Daisy.