Chris Arneson has a degree in mass media from Laramie County Community College, where he was the editor-in-chief of their nationally award-winning student publication. His acting resume includes in productions both in Wyoming and Colorado, and Chris made in Colorado debut in the regional premiere of Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson in 2012. He was nominated for BroadwayWorld's 2013 Best Supporting Actor in a Musical for his role of Scott in Evil Dead: The Musical.
There's a lost dimension where space worms will eat everything but your shoes, but you can only get there if you hitch a ride through a portal at the new Stanley Marketplace in Aurora. Just don't forget to pack some air in a balloon first.BWW Review: THE NETHER at Benchmark Theatre April 14, 2017
Anyone else waste their summer vacations playing The Sims all day? Escaping to a world where you're in control, and there's few limitations to what you can do.
That's essentially the premise of Benchmark Theatre's thrillinginaugural production of Jennifer Haley's The Nether, which explores the boundaries of where futuristic virtual reality meets roleplay. The 2012 winner of the Susan Blackburn Prize takes a dark look at what society might create in a simulated world without limits. The Nether is a strong regional premiere for Benchmark.BWW Review: JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR at Arvada Center April 4, 2017
I've spent a couple decades successfully avoiding Jesus Christ Superstar. I generally don't like religion, and Andrew Lloyd Webber isn't my favorite composer. However, after attending the Arvada Center's current production, I'm a bit more of a believerin the show, at least.BWW Review: BUS STOP at Arvada Center March 17, 2017
There's something noteworthy about a show that brings to life an eclectic collection of characters from decades ago with a relatable vigor. That's what the company Arvada Center's current production of William Inge'sBus Stopdelivers.BWW Review: AN AMERICAN IN PARIS at Buell Theatre March 15, 2017
There's nothing like seeing a new musical that feels like it was ripped from the Golden Age. An American in Paris, currently on tour at the Buell Theatre, brings out a definitive theatrical recipe you rarely witness of late.BWW Review: TWO DEGREES with Denver Center Theatre Company March 3, 2017
If our global temperature changes as little as two degrees Celsius, that's when we'll start to notice the disastrous effects of climate change. That's only about 3.6 degrees Fahrenheit, or basically the average fluctuation of temperature we see hourly on a local level. A little scary, isn't it?BWW Review: Vintage Theatre's BILLY ELLIOT is Empowering March 1, 2017
Love is pain, and there is no better way to celebrate the Hallmark holiday with a little stylized, gory, over-the-top bloodshed. Join Pandemic during the most romantic month of the year for A V-Day Massacre, an interactive and immersive cocktail party where the love-drunk guests drop like flies, and the audience is tasked with unveiling the murderer before it's curtains for everyone.' This event will be part murder mystery, part Escape Room. Performances will be at The Bakery at 2132 Market Street from February 10th to the 25th on Fridays and Saturdays starting at 8 pm, and tickets do include libations.BWW Review: THE BOOK OF WILL at Denver Center Theatre Company February 1, 2017
The Book of Will, directed by Davis McCallum, takes inspiration from the true story of Shakespeare's first folio, mainly compiled by his friends and fellow actors Henry Condell and John Heminges a few years after Shakespeare's death, following the death of another actor, Richard Burbage, who seemingly held Will's entire repertoire in his head.BWW Review: FUN HOME Tour Brings Superb Story to Denver Center January 19, 2017
There's no place like home for the holidays, and the Arvada Center is making sure of that this holiday season. I'll Be Home for Christmas is making its debut at the Center, featuring a broad selection of local talent.BWW Review: JERSEY BOYS Brings Home CO Natives November 11, 2016