Jim Hunt is an Artistic Company Member at Curious Theatre Company. He has worked in Denver theatre as actor and director for over 45 years. On the Curious stage, he played Charles Ives in Charles Ives Take Me Home, Morty in After the Revolution, the Father in Eurydice and Serge in Art. He directed Denver Stories in 2014, honoring Paula Herzmark, and as an artistic company member, he will serve for two years as an ex-officio member of Curious’ board of directors. Jim is also an ensemble member at Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company (BETC) where he has performed as Dr. Yahuda in Hysteria, Copernicus in the world premiere of And the Sun Stood Still, Herr Kaufmann in Bach at Leipzig, Franklin Woolsey in Ghost-Writer, various roles in Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde, and Sterling in Mauritius. Most recently, he created the roles of Judge/Amy in The Edge Theatre’s Casa Valentina. For Lake Dillon Theatre Company he played Al in The Sunshine Boys, Greg in Sylvia, and Charlie in Seascape. At Breckenridge Backstage Theatre, he co-starred with Josh Hartwell as Kipps in The Woman in Black and tackled the role of Scrooge in Hartwell’s A Puppet Christmas Carol. For the Colorado Shakespeare Festival, he played Selsdon in Noises Off. At Creede Repertory Theatre he played Beverly Weston in August: Osage County and understudied the role of Ralph in The Last Romance when it transferred to the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities. Jim has directed the Colorado Theatre Guild’s Henry Award Ceremony for ten years, and in 2012 received their Lifetime Achievement Award. He is thrilled to be a part of the Curious family of artists and looks forward to a future filled with cutting-edge productions, phenomenal building improvements, and noteworthy collaborations with other arts organizations.