Piper Lindsay Arpan is very excited to return to Cherry Creek Theatre after her debut with the company as the choreographer for Baby. She is now a Denver based director, choreographer, and performer after almost a decade in NYC. You may have seen her or her work locally at The Denver Center for the Performing Arts, The Arvada Center for Arts and Humanities, Lone Tree Arts Center, Parker Arts Culture And Events Center, The Aurora Fox, or here at the MACC, to name a few. She has performed in the First National Touring and Broadway companies of Monty Python’s Spamalot, as a Radio City Rockette, in professional dance companies both nationally and internationally, in regional theatres, and on film and television including The Producers movie musical. She holds a BFA and a BA from The Florida State University, magna cum laude. Piper has received Henry, Ovation, and Broadway World nominations and awards for her direction, choreography, and on-stage performance. Still, her most challenging and rewarding role is wife to her husband Dino and mom to her three-year-old-son Tucker.