Evan Wold has been acting in plays since he was ten years old. His first Shakespearian role was in the seventh grade where he played Romeo in Romeo and Juliet. In his senior year of high school he was voted most likely to go to Hollywood and by the time he finished, he had lettered in drama three times and in choir twice. While in High School he was in such productions as Rappacini’s Daughter in which he played the titular Dr. Rappacini, and The Crucible in which he played the menacing Judge Danforth. He also performed in such children’s plays as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory as Mike T. V. and Alice in Wonderland as several characters including the Frog Footman and the Knave. He attended Metro State University in Denver Colorado from 2012 until his graduation in December of 2014 as a theater major. During his College career he played the suave doctor, Peter Patrone, in The Heidi Chronicles and the lovable Van in Dog Sees God. During his time at Metro he was instructed in the ways of Shakespearian drama under the tutelage of Dr. Marilyn Hetzel and also studied under Denver Theater award-winning director, Christie Montour-Larson.
Thank you so much to both DaNia and Evan, They came to visit my twins, Finn and Zoe, yesterday for their 4th birthday. Everyone had an amazing time - all the little girls screamed with excitement when they saw the Snow Queen walking up to the house!
Evan was amazing as the Spider Hero, he was so great with all the kids, even my super shy little guy warmed up to him quickly.
This is a party my kids and all their friends will be talking about for a long time to come!
Thanks so much!
- Jessica L.