John Zincone

John hasn’t been with us as long as some, but what an explosive impact he’s made on the Colorado Springs theatre scene! We’re thrilled at what he’s bringing to the ominous and unctuous Welch in The God of Hell.


How long have you been doing theatre? 2 years.

What was your first role? An Ensemble role in Motherhood Out Loud at Springs Ensemble Theatre.

What was your most difficult role? Robert in Proof at Pikes Peak Community College.

What was your most rewarding role? Butch Honeywell in The Last Days of Judas Iscariot at SET.

Worst onstage mishap? Zipper down as Santa…

Most terrifying moment onstage? Delivering a monologue in The Last Days of Judas Iscariot while a couple had a loud domestic dispute in the apartment above the theatre at SET.

Funniest performance anecdote? I can’t thing of a damn thing that’s been funny.  Not really…

Theatrical high point? Greg in Sylvia at Funky Little Theater Company.

You as a performer in three words? Raw, Raw, Raw.

What do you want the audience to know about the current show? Contemplate what it means to be a citizen.

Tell us three things about you that have nothing to do with theatre:

I served 30 years in the United States Air Force.

My favorite movie is My Fair Lady.

I wish I was left-handed…I wish I were left-handed.  You get the idea.

What’s your Actor’s Nightmare? Besides forgetting lines, bad writing.  Oh, and showing up late for the first read through 😉