Danté J. Finley (Grayson Carter, Ed Bradley) is very excited to be making a return to THEATREWORKS. He was previously seen in Free-For-All: Comedy of Errors. He had worked on several productions in the Colorado Springs Area for the last 5 years. Highlights include Angels in America (Theatre D'Art), The Totalitarians (Springs Ensemble Theatre), and Short Eyes (Theatre D'Art). He'd like to thank his incredible friends and family for their continued support especially King Jaidyn.
Danté Finley: La Junta, Colorado
TW: Home now?
DF: Denver, Colorado
TW: If you could summarize this story in one sentence - how would you describe it?
DF: A surreal look into what it means to be a President.
TW: Name one thing we should be doing to foster the next generation of theatregoers?
TW: What is one line from the play that really speaks to you?
DF: “Republicans are suspicious of the ability to make anybody’s life better.”
TW: What are you listening to or streaming right now?
DF: Marc Rebillet.
TW: Which talent would you most like to have?
DF: I wish I could paint.
TW: What do you consider your greatest achievement?
DF: Not being a jerk to people!
TW: What would you be doing if you were not in theatre?
DF: I’d want to own a restaurant!