About Us


Equinox Theatre Company Original Founding Members (Pictured from left to right) Arthur Pierce, Deb Flomberg, Meg Ralph, Leticia Bisgard, Colin Roybal

Equinox Theatre Company was founded by five active members of the Denver Theatre Community. Their mission is to show the lesser known side of theatre, to support and nurture new talent, and to prove there is a different way to present theatre to everyone. Equinox Theatre company is about change.



About our board members:

Colin Roybal, Co-Executive Producer

Colin Roybal is the Co-Executive Producer, and a founding member of Equinox Theatre Company. Colin’s versatile talents in theatre have found him wearing many hats, including director, music director, choreographer, actor, designer, and stage manager. For Equinox Theatre company, Colin has served as director for several productions including; Bat Boy: The Musical, Carrie: The Musical, Frozen, Little Shop of Horrors, and both Reefer Madness productions. In addition to the Equinox Theatre Company, Colin has also designed and acted in many shows around the Denver community, including recent design credits for Dial M For Murder (Vintage), Don’t Drink the Water (Spotlight), Mousetrap (Spotlight), Once on this Island (E Project), and  Laughter on the 23rd Floor (Spotlight), as well as recent acting credits including Godspell (Jesus), Crazy for You (Mingo), 42nd Street (Andy), Little Shop of Horrors (Everybody else), A Chorus Line (Mark), Yours Anne (Peter), and Once on this Island (Daniel).

Deb Flomberg, Co-Executive Producer

Deb Flomberg is thrilled to be a founding member and part of the board of Equinox Theatre Company. Originally studying theatre at the University of Northern Colorado, Deb has been active in the Denver Theatre Community since 1997. She served as director and co-writer for the first show for Equinox – Below the Fold: A Blog on Stage. Other Equinox directing projects include: Kimberly Akimbo, Evil Dead: the Musical, In the Next Room, or the Vibrator Play, Stop Kiss, and The House of Yes. Her theatrical endeavors have brought her to several theatre companies across the state performing in the annual production of Night of the Living Dead (The Bug Theatre), Shakespeare’s Brother (Celebrationworks), Mother Hicks (Firehouse Theater), A Murder is Announced (Spotlight), Sylvia, 20th Century and Once on this Island (E Project.) Deb has also directed Young Frankenstein: The Musical (Vintage,) The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (Vintage,) The Tender Trap (Spotlight,) Lend Me a Tenor (The E Project,) and The Wizard of Oz (P.A.A.L.) She is so excited to be a part of this new company and to bring new and different material to the Denver stage. You can also catch her online writing as the Denver Theatre Examiner.

Jonathan Ruiz

Jonathan Ruiz, born in California by way of Arizona, has now made his home in Denver and with Equinox. With a focus on technical production, Jonathan has had the honor of working on all past Equinox productions as a stage manager or sound operator. he has also worked with various Denver companies, including Celebrationworks, Vintage Theatre, Bug Theatre, and Papercat Productions. As a proud resident of The Land of Go For It, Jonathan is always eager to pursue new and challenging endeavors, on his own or part of a greater whole.

Christian Munck

Christian Munck is thrilled to be a member of such a wonderful and unique company.  After serving as Assistant Director and Choreographer for Evil Dead: the Musical, Christian knew he’d be right at home with this fantastic company.  Originally from Helena Montana, Christian started theatre in high school at the Grandstreet Theatre and went on to receive a BFA in Theatre/Dance at the University of Wyoming.  Only a year into his time with the Denver theatre community Christian has worked on several shows with the Vintage Theatre, dancing up a storm in ensemble roles in Kiss of the Spiderwoman, Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, and playing the role of Joseph Patrick Kennedy Jr in Grey Gardens, as well as Jeff in Lobby Hero.  Not limited to acting Christian spearheaded and directed several one act festivals at the University of Wyoming, and in 2012 received the honor of having his first full length ‘The Cannibal Play,’ produced by the University.  That same summer Christian was a finalist in the Wyoming Short Film Competition for his screenplay ‘Preserve.’  Christian can’t wait to bring his talents to the table and help further the growth of this special theatre company.  ’Look, at me!  I’m Blanche Dubois!’