Created from the vision of a group of Cherry Creek North residents in early 2010, Cherry Creek Theatre debuted in the Denver theatre scene in 2011 with its first production, A.R. Gurney’s Love Letters. After six successful seasons at the Shaver-Ramsey Gallery in Cherry Creek North, Cherry Creek Theatre moved to a permanent home in the Mizel Arts & Culture Center’s Pluss Theatre at the Staenberg-Loup Jewish Community Center in 2017. Cherry Creek Theatre is proud to bring quality, thought-provoking, professional theatre to the Denver-metro area.
Mark Rossman co-founded the Cherry Creek Theatre with his wife, Maxine, in...
Mark Rossman co-founded the Cherry Creek Theatre with his wife, Maxine, in 2010 and serves as the Chair of its Board of Directors. He is also founding President of Theatre Works, Founded in 1986 and currently the resident theatre company of the Peoria (Arizona) Center for the Performing Arts. He has performed at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Opera Colorado, Cherry Creek Theatre, Vintage Theatre, Guthrie Theatre (Minneapolis) and in several theatres in Arizona. He is Professor Emeritus at Capella University where he served as Vice President for Academic Affairs and Vice President for Residencies. In addition, he has held Professorships and administrative positions at Arizona State University, Ottawa University and the University of Massachusetts. He received his Ed.D at the University of Massachusetts and has authored, co-authored or produced 10 books, many chapters, articles, evaluative reports and media publications.
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Maxine Rossman co-founded the Cherry Creek Theatre with her husband, Mark,...
Maxine Rossman co-founded the Cherry Creek Theatre with her husband, Mark, in 2010 and serves as Vice-Chair of its Board of Directors. She is a board member of the Denver Film Society, Colorado Theatre Guild and a docent at the Kirkland Museum of Fine and Contemporary Art. She is currently on the faculty of Capella University and has served as Director of Alumni Affairs and Vice President for Learner Affairs. She has been a docent at the Wiseman Art Museum (Minneapolis) and the Phoenix Art Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art (Denver) and has served as a member of the Scottsdale (Arizona) Arts Council and the Minneapolis Art & Culture Council. She received her Ed.D. from the University of Massachusetts and has presented several papers at conferences in the areas of adult learning, career development, experiential learning, distance education, and learner services. She has published several articles and co-edited two books.
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After expanding her role with CCT into artistic producer, Susie is looking...
After expanding her role with CCT into artistic producer, Susie is looking forward to the 2018 season and hopes to continue the amazing growth of Cherry Creek Theatre with quality, professional shows that represent thought-provoking content and relatable characters. She feels incredibly fortunate for the position of AP and hopes to continue making a difference in the Denver theatre community by leading with compassion, professionalism and out-of-the-box thinking. Susie is able to wake up daily and truly say she loves what she does. Lastly, a huge, loving thank you to her family — Ross, Milo and Arlo — for their patience when Mom gets a bit batty and for their encouragement when Mom is trying to fly.
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Stephen brings extensive experience on both sides of the footlights, having...
Stephen brings extensive experience on both sides of the footlights, having both business and theatre performance degrees. Straight out of college, he was the artistic producer of a 250-seat dinner theater where he directed many productions. His company, Interactive Performance Solutions, provided training for the federal government using the talents of several Denver actors. He is also well-known in Denver and across the country as a musical theatre performer with four productions at Cherry Creek Theatre, 12 at the Arvada Center and has performed at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, PACE Center, and Aurora Fox. He is the recipient of multiple nominations and awards, including three Denver Henry Awards. Stephen is thrilled to be part of the team bringing thought-provoking and entertaining theatre to our Cherry Creek family.
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Alexandra Sheremet, Volunteer Coordinator
Peter Anderson, John Backlund, Vicky Bond, Bedine Clumpus, Cathy Cohen, Nancy Collins, Monique Coustry, Marcia Doty, Kathleen Economos, Bev Edelstein, Nancy Fein, Sue Fein, Patty Figel, Kathrine Halpin, Linda Humphrey, Carolyn Hunter, Amie Jacob, Denise Jordan, Julia Lane, Heidi Markley, Jo Martin, Janet Mathers, JoAnne Mayer, Alisa Millette, Noel Pazour, Nancy Nicodema, Juliette Peterson, Elisa Phelps, Ruth Pidick, Pam Simko, Jay Sughroue, Cathy Taylor; Holly Thorstad, Yee Tseng, Wendy Wenkstern, Patricia Wilkins, Susan Whitney; Dorothy Wolfe
Co-Founder & Chair
Co-Founder & Vice Chair
I live here! How did I not know about this theater? Well now I do and I will be back.Ann October 2016