All’s fair in art and war
Paris, 1941. German occupation forces have dragged Pablo Picasso from his favorite café into a dark basement storage vault. The Third Reich’s cultural attaché, Miss Fischer, interrogates the cubist master to verify three of the master’s works for the Ministry of Propaganda’s “degenerate” art exhibition. Through their thrilling power play, truths are revealed, and tensions rise when art, politics, sex and lies collide.
I still have goosebumps thinking about it.Audience member A Picasso
Billie is very pleased to be back at Cherry Creek Theatre where she previously...
Billie is very pleased to be back at Cherry Creek Theatre where she previously directed Vigil and performed in Driving Miss Daisy and 4000 Miles. Billie spent 20 years in NYC prior to moving to Colorado doing theatre and television. Her N.Y. stage credits include Torch Song Trilogy (Helen Hayes); Safe Sex (Lyceum); The Kurt Weill Cabaret (Bijou Theatre). Since moving to Colorado she has worked at The Denver Center, The Arvada Center, And Toto Too, Lake Dillon Theatre, The Pluss at the JCC, TheatreWorks, Cherry Creek Theatre, Miners Alley Playhouse and Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company where she is an ensemble member. She has won three Henry Awards for acting and directing and was given the Theatre Lifetime Achievement Award in 2014. Last year she was honored with the True West Award for Theatre Person of the Year.
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Logan is thrilled to part of this production of A Picasso, his first at Cherry...
Logan is thrilled to part of this production of A Picasso, his first at Cherry Creek Theatre. Logan has worked at Creede Repertory Theatre for 11 seasons where some of his favorite roles include Mike in General Store (world premiere), Stage Manager in Our Town, Pseudolus in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Merle in The Joy of Going Somewhere Definite, Jamie in Moon for the Misbegotten and Ivan in A Beautiful Country. Other favorite roles include Mick Dowd in Skull In Connemara (Miner’s Alley Playhouse); Toby Belch in Twelfth Night, Long John Silver in Treasure Island (Colorado Shakespeare Festival); Marius in The Road to Mecca (The Arvada Center); Doalty in Translations (Actors Theatre Kansas City). He is a founding member of the Alaska Shakespeare Festival and has an MFA from UMKC.
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Susie is thrilled to be back onstage at Cherry Creek Theatre where you may...
Susie is thrilled to be back onstage at Cherry Creek Theatre where you may have seen her last in Sondheim on Sondheim. Other productions in the Denver area include Nine, Sunset Boulevard, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and I’ll Be Home for Christmas workshop (The Arvada Center). She is a Missouri native that has been on tour across the country, in D.C., Chicago, Florida and now the place she calls home, Denver. As far as theater goes, favorite roles include Eva Peron in Evita, Anita in West Side Story, Reno Sweeney in Anything Goes, Roxie Hart in Chicago and Grizabella in Cats. Her greatest role: mom to two adorable, crazy boys, Milo and Arlo. And of course wife to a very patient, loving man, Ross. Loving thanks to family for their support.
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