Foothills Theatre Company

About the Foothills Theatre Company: FTC provides family friendly and affordable theater performances for the community through Black Box productions at the Ridge Recreation Center and outdoor performances in Clement Park.  The FTC was created in 2013 to give a theatrical outlet for adults in the community and is made up of local writers, directors, actors, designers and musicians.

We are currently recruiting new talent and volunteers!
If you are interested in being part of a production, please contact us at 303.409.2612 or reginas@fhprd.org.

2020 Season

Macbeth

Shakespeare in Clement Park
July 24-August 1, 2020
Friday & Saturday at 7 p.m.
Grant Family Amphitheater in Clement Park

Auditions for this show have been postponed due to facility closures.  A new date will be posted soon.

No tickets needed - this show is FREE to the public!

Clement Park – Venue Information and Reminders
  • Summer performances are held at the Grant Family Amphitheater – view Clement Park map
  • Seating is on a natural, sloped lawn – bring blankets or lawn chairs.
  • Weather cancellations and rescheduled dates will be updated on this page as soon as possible.
  • Parking is free. Parking available for people with disabilities.
  • Please do not park at the Columbine Library.
  • Glass containers prohibited.
  • Amenities near the Grant Amphitheater: restrooms, playgrounds, walking paths and picnic shelters

Leaving Iowa

November 2020

Black Box Theatre in Ridge Recreation Center
6613 S. Ward Street, Littleton, CO 80127

Audition Notice coming soon

Ticket Sales coming soon 

Company Bios

Amalie Millhone – Artistic Director, member since 2013
Amalie received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre Performance from the University of Wyoming and she has her Master of Fine Arts in Theatre Performance from Louisiana State University.  She has worked as an actor in Los Angeles, CA and Baton Rouge, LA.  Amalie has taught classes in acting and improv in Colorado since 2004.  She is a co-founder and creator of the Foothills Theater Company.

Michael Bielkiewicz – Technical Director, member since 2013
Mike minored in Theatre Arts while majoring in Computer Science from the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington. He was thrilled to return to making theatre in 2013 with the Foothills Theatre Company and has enjoyed designing lights for the company. He directed his first show, Fools, in 2019 and looks forward to continuing the creative outlet the company provides. He is a co-founder of the Foothills Theatre Company.

Regina Smith – Producer, member since 2013
Regina earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts, concentration theatre Performance from Louisiana State University. She worked as an actor in New Orleans and Baton Rouge before moving to Denver.  She helped to open the Trails Recreation Center and formed the Cultural Arts Department for Arapahoe Park & Recreation District. She has been with Foothills Park and Recreation District since 2006 and currently manages the visual and performing arts programs and events.  She is a co-founder and creator of the Foothills Theatre Company.

Troy Coleman, member since 2017
Troy graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Colorado State University with a concentration in graphic design and a minor in theatre. He was introduced to Improv while at CSU and pursued it further in Chicago, graduating from the esteemed Second City Training Center Conservatory Program. While in the Windy City, Troy worked often with the infamous Defiant Theatre and was a company member of Hell in a Handbag Productions. He worked in Los Angeles and is a member of the Screen Actors Guild. Returning to Colorado in 2010, Troy began working with the Foothills Theatre Company in 2016 in Romeo & Juliet and has been happily performing with them ever since as company member. Troy is an avid distance runner for charity and advocates for animal’s welfare.

Thomas Fletcher, member since 2018
Tom has been performing with the Foothills Theatre Company since 2016.  Originally from Texas, he enjoys participating in the Denver theatre scene as an actor, writer and director.

Ben Herman, member since 2013
Ben obtained a Bachelor of Science in Vocal Music Education with a minor in Theatre from Black Hills State University.  He teaches performing arts in Denver where he has written and directed a plethora of children’s shows.  Ben first performed with Foothills Theatre Company in 2013 in Trifles & Other Plays and returned to FTC in 2019 for the Night of Classic TV- Twilight Zone.  Outside of theatre, he is a yoga teacher and enjoys traveling the world in his spare time.

KJ Logan, member since 2017
Born and raised in Colorado, Kjirsten graduated from the University of Northern Colorado after internships with Walt Disney World, the Kennedy Center, and ASSITEJ in Copenhagen, Denmark. After working for some time as an Associate Producer for HGTV’s Tiny House Big Living and Travel Channel’s Guiding Alaska, she turned her attention to the Denver theatre scene and has been actively involved since as a local programs director, actor, producer, and teaching artist.

Chris Phillips-Jeter, member since 2016
Christopher has a Master’s Degree in Education from Western Carolina University. He has appeared in several Foothills Theater Company productions and some of his favorite shows include Twelfth Night, Around the World in 80 Days, The Real Inspector Hound, and Fools. He has loved the family that he has found with Foothills after moving from NC in 2015 and cannot wait to see what the future holds for this amazing company. You’re Welcome!

Jillian Price, member since 2018
Jillian earned her bachelor’s degree from Rutgers University and her Juris Doctor from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law in 2008.  While not in the courtroom, Jillian enjoys acting, stage-managing, running, biking, and spoiling the heck out of her dog and two cats.

Sara Woodyard, member since 2016
Sara has a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in education and spent nine years as a teacher in the Denver area.  She has done several shows around town through companies like Germinal Stage, Evergreen Players and Inspire Creative. However, she has loved making Foothills Theatre Company her “home base”.

Ken Zinn, member since 2016
Ken has a degree in Theater (and Physics) from Occidental College. He has appeared in several Foothills Theater Company productions, beginning with All in the Timing. Some of Ken’s favorite shows include Twelfth Night, Dancing at Lughnasa, Inspecting Carol, and Come Blow Your Horn. He can be heard singing locally with Confluence, an a cappella choir based in Lakewood.

Production History

Hamlet

2019 Shakespeare in Clement Park

Fools

2019

Night of Classic TV re-deux

2018

2019

November – Night of Classic TV – Twilight Zone

July – Shakespeare in Clement Park, Hamlet

March – Fools

2018

November – Night of Classic TV, Redeux

July – Shakespeare in Clement Park, the Comedy of Errors

March – Get Smart

2017

November – Night of Classic TV

July – Shakespeare in Clement Park, The Tempest

March – Black Comedy

2016

November – The Real Inspector Hound

July – Shakespeare in Clement Park, Romeo and Juliet

March – Around the World in 80 Days

2015

November – All in the Timing

July – Shakespeare in Clement Park, Twelfth Night

March – Awesome America

2014

July – Shakespeare in Clement Park, A Midsummer Night’s Dream

March – Outrageous Fortune

2013

November – Trifles and Other Plays

Foothills - Arts & Events Agency is proud to be supported in part by:

Foothills Park & Recreation District – Arts & Events Agency mission is to create, establish,
put on and provide classes and opportunities for District-wide cultural arts services
for the benefit of the taxpayers of the District. Services to include fine and leisure arts,
performing arts, culturally related special events, art shows and concert series.