First Denver Anything

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Hear the tales of Morgan Hartley, Kirsten Lewis and Jack Wefso and then bring your words to the stage as you share stories influenced by our lovely home city of Denver.

Tell us about the first time you realized you loved Denver, or maybe just the first time you saw Denver. Or how about just a first anything that happened here. We're not your mother, you pick the story, just make it a first something about Denver.

Morgan Hartley is a serial joker, climber, and poor decision maker who decided to stop wandering two years back and came to Denver. He is best known for riding his bike from Paris to Shanghai, trying to hit on Martha Stewart at a Christmas party in New York, and that one time in high school he drank a coconut through his nose.

As a working family photojournalist, keynote speaker and well respected educator in the photography industry, the majority of Kirsten’s time is spent traveling throughout the US and worldwide for work, so any time spent at home in Colorado is precious and savored. She has appeared on Creative Live, Craftsy, in the Huffington Post and passed out on various couches during much of her 20s. In her spare time Kirsten can be found accosting her 6 month old daughter with kisses, retrieving the ball she’s thrown for her dog Mingus and kicking her husband’s ass in Scrabble.

Originally from South Dakota, Jack received his BA in Theatre Arts from the University of Northern Colorado, and has been acting professionally in the Denver area ever since. Favorite roles in Colorado include Treat in Orphans (Edge Theater), Mackson in Good Television (A&A Productions), Einstein in Picasso at the Lapin Agile, and Benjamin Braddock in The Graduate (Aurora Fox Theater). He is also very involved in children's theatre education and performance, currently appearing in Siren Songe: A Pirate Odyssey!, a monthly all-ages variety show at Buntport Theatre. In addition to live theatre, he stars in the sci-fi short film Phase Me Up, which and pulls triple-duty as a director/ producer/ actor in Weird Denver, a new web-series you can find on Youtube. Jack has also appeared in numerous television and radio commercials. He is represented by Radical Artists Agency.

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