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Cherry Creek Theatre receives four Henry Award nominations

The Colorado Theatre Guild Announces Nominees for the 14th Annual Henry Awards

14th Annual Gala Honors Outstanding Achievements of Colorado’s Theatre Community

The Colorado Theatre Guild’s 14th Annual Henry Awards will take place Monday, July 22, 2019, at the Lone Tree Arts Center.

Established in 2006, the Henry Awards honor outstanding achievements during the past season and serves as the Colorado Theatre Guild’s annual fundraising event. The awards are named for longtime local theatre producer Henry Lowenstein. Nominations are determined through a judging process conducted by more than 100 statewide peer professionals, academics/educators and other theatre lovers.

Cherry Creek Theatre received four nominations for its 2019 production of A Little Night Music:

  • Outstanding Direction of a Musical – Kelly Van Oosbree
  • Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Musical – Jeremy Rill (Count Carl Magnus)
  • Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Musical – Megan Van De Hey (Countess Charlotte Malcolm)
  • Outstanding Costume Design Tier 2 – Kelly Gregson

Other Cherry Creek artists who were nominated for their work at other theaters in the community include Bernie Cardell, Pamela Clifton, M. Curtis Grittner, Trent Hines, David Nehls, and Beki Pineda. Congratulations to all the nominees!

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Kelly Van Oosbree


Kelly Van Oosbree is a busy director/choreographer whose work has been seen...

Kelly Van Oosbree is a busy director/choreographer whose work has been seen all over the Denver metro area and along the Front Range. She is a recipient of two Colorado Theatre Guild Henry Awards for Outstanding Choreography for The Music Man and Hairspray (Performance Now Theatre Company). Recent directing credits include Company (Aurora Fox), The Secret Garden (Performance Now), Forbidden Broadway: Greatest Hits (Breckenridge Backstage), To Kill a Mockingbird (Platte Valley Players), and Ring of Fire (Vintage Theatre).

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Jeremy Rill

Count Carl-Magnus Malcolm

Jeremy Rill returns to Cherry Creek Theatre after being seen in Red Hot...

Jeremy Rill returns to Cherry Creek Theatre after being seen in Red Hot & Cole as Cole Porter and The Last Romance. Selected regional credits: Company (Aurora Fox); Sunday in the Park with George, Jesus Christ Superstar (Arvada Center); The Secret Garden, Into the Woods, Forever Plaid, Ragtime, Guys and Dolls, Brigadoon, Jane Eyre (Performance Now); American premiere of Jerry Springer the Opera (Joseph Jefferson Award), Passion (Chicago Shakespeare Theatre), She Loves Me (Writer’s Theatre), Assassins, Can-Can (Jeff Nomination), A Little Night Music (Jeff Nomination), Lulu (Lyric Opera of Chicago). jeremyrill.com

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Megan Van De Hey

Countess Charlotte Malcolm

Megan Van De Hey is thrilled to be back at Cherry Creek Theatre. Cherry Creek...

Megan Van De Hey is thrilled to be back at Cherry Creek Theatre. Cherry Creek audiences will remember her from productions The Baby Dance, John & Jen, and Baby the Musical. Locally, Megan has performed with The Arvada Center, Curious Theatre, Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, The Aurora Fox Arts Center, Town Hall, The Avenue Theatre, Miners Alley Playhouse and Little Theatre of the Rockies. Regionally, Megan premiered Upon A Midnight Clear with Stages Repertory Theatre in Houston. Megan is a multiple Henry, Ovation, True West, and Marlowe Award winner. Megan is a proud member of AEA and feels lucky to have been embraced by such a talented theatre community.

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Kelly Gregson

Costume Design

Education: Bachelors of Fine Arts in Costume Design from the University of...

Education: Bachelors of Fine Arts in Costume Design from the University of South Dakota. NYC: Juilliard School, TDF Costume Collection, The Metropolitan Opera. TV: Saturday Night Live, Sex and The City, As The World Turns and many others. Broadway: Fosse, The Sound of Music, Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake, Kiss Me Kate, and Annie Get Your Gun. Film: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Beautiful Mind, Oz the Great and Powerful, Tropic Thunder, Oblivion, Blades of Glory, and La La Land. Concert Tours (under Bob Mackie): Cher, Pink, Tina Turner, Mitzi Gaynor, Diana Ross, and Barry Manilow. Kelly is excited to bring all of his industry experiences to the University of Denver, where he works as the costume shop supervisor.

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