Status: Teaching Artists

Nicole Dietze

Nicole grew up in the Appalachian Mountains of Pennsylvania, and has been mesmerized by the Rocky Mountains since she arrived in Denver in 2019. A multi-disciplinary artist, Nicole has created new works and performed with theatre and dance companies across the country. In Colorado: The Pastisserie (co-creator), Zotto (Kaibyo), and Clown Lung (staged reading). Additional credits include: The Three Musketeers (Sabine), Blithe Spirit (Ruth), The Threepenny Opera (Jenny), Romeo and Juliet (Juliet), Midsummer Night’s Dream (Titania), Our Town (Emily), The Importance of Being Earnest (Cecily), Mad Forest (Lucia), Translations (Sarah), and Nicole’s own solo shows Unmarked Boxes and Sisrahtac I: American Character. Nicole holds an M.F.A. in Acting from the University of South Carolina.

Aidan Tschilis

Aidan is excited to join the team at Theatre SilCo! Previous credits include Mamma Mia! (Ensemble), Big River (Young Fool), and TEXAS! Outdoor Musical (Dancer). Education: BFA West Texas A&M University. Aidan wants to thank his parents and Crystal Bertrand for their constant support.

Emma Grace Bradley

Emma Grace recently graduated in May from Drake University with her BFA in Acting. She has been visiting Summit County with her family for nearly 10 years and is so happy to be living somewhere she loves so much. Emma Grace is happy to help out the community and open herself up to more experiences. She is a fan of trivia, especially about movies. 

Credits include: The Bacchae (Director), Silent Sky (Williamina), Vigilantes (Director), Directing Program (National Theatre Institute)

Amanda Susman

Amanda recently earned her BFA in Musical Theatre and has been teaching dance and theatre since 2017. When she’s not teaching or performing, you’ll probably find her painting her nails or reading a book, with a trusty mug of tea by her side!

Morgan Cobb

MORGAN COBB (Teaching Artist) : Previously at Theatre SilClo (Education Apprentice) Willy Wonka Jr., Moana Jr., Very Hungry Caterpillar, If I Had a Million Dollars. Morgan has studied and worked in Educational Theatre for almost a decade and has traveled all across the country creating theatre with some amazing kids! She is excited for new adventures with Theatre Silco!

Hugo Conde

Career Highlights include: At Phillips Hall Theatre: Antony and Cleopatra, Sebastian, Springtime, Mrs. Warren’s Profession, Heights, Sebastian, 30 Plays in 60 Minutes, A Sick World, Brown Bag Theatre Company: Culture Clash, Quebrando El Silencio, Lydia, Just Like Us, Ni de Aqui Ni de Alla.
Thank you to my family, my partner, and all my friends.

Audrey Lang

Audrey Lang (she/her) is a playwright and stage manager born and raised in New York City. As a playwright, she is a current finalist for the Jewish Plays Project’s 2023 contest with her play Birdie and Cait and the Book of Life and her play alex getting better recently had its U.K. Premiere at the Bread & Roses Theatre in London. Other work includes Lily Ineffable (2022 Jewish Plays Project finalist), You Have To Promise (Pride Plays 2020), two short plays at London’s Theatre503, and two 24 Hour Plays Viral Monologues. As a stage manager, recent credits include: National Tour: CoComelon Live! JJ’s Journey (Production Stage Manager), Jersey Boys (Asst. Stage Manager); Off-Broadway: Wolf Play at Soho Rep (Production Asst.); Regional: 2 seasons at the Mac-Haydn Theatre. Audrey has taught playwriting for the Bronx High School of Science’s summer program. Proud alumna of MCC Theater Youth Company and SPACE on Ryder Farm. B.A. Theatre Studies, Ithaca College. Thank you to Sara for bringing me to Colorado! www.audreyglang.com

Ray Zarate

Ray is very excited to be working with LDTC for the first time! As a playwriting mentor and director for youth theatre: Jack’s Tall Tales, All Growed Up (New London Barn Playhouse). Additional directing credits: Hedwig and the Angry Inch, the Vagina Monologues, and Not Even on Tuesday. Additional stage management: Law and Order: The Musical!, The Last of It’s Kind, Is there Life After Birth?, Much Ado About Nothing.