Justin Stark has been involved in theatre since the age of 14 and studied at The University of Colorado as well as Santa Barbara City College and more recently with The Frisch Studio. He was most recently seen as Dwight in this Spring’s Dead Man’s Cell Phone at SBCC and one of the Venticelli in last fall’s Amadeus at Ensemble Theatre Company. He has worked with Elements Theatre Collective as Doug in Gruesome Playground Injuries. In addition, he played the dramatic role of Joe Clay in the classic The Days of Wine and Roses, the impeccable David Frost in Frost/Nixon at the Center Stage Theater, and C.S. Lewis in Freud’s Last Session. He has an extensive history of performing at Santa Barbara City College Theatre Group as Little Charles in August, Osage County; Brian in Laughter on the 23rd Floor, and Froggie in The Foreigner to name a few.