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Carol Newell (aka Carole Lineback) is a founding member of The Colony. She directed the Colony Mainstage production Aftershocks, the Bonus Productions of Postcards, Nice People Dancing To Good Country Music, and Waiting For The Parade, the Late Night production of an original piece by Lisa Gates (one of Carol's favorite authors) entitled Pile O' Bones, and the Second Stage production of Eleemosynary by Lee Blessing which won a Backstage West award for Ensemble Acting.

As an actor, Carol has appeared in many of the company's productions over the years, including The Crucible, The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window, Tarboosh!, The Grass Harp, Black Comedy, The Martian Chronicles, A Company of Wayward Saints, The Grapes of Wrath, Looking Glass, Scenes and Revelations, Weekend Serenade, and The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen's Guild Dramatic Society Murder Mystery.

Performing credits outside The Colony include I Ought To Be In Pictures, Romantic Comedy, and The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie.