When Morrie Schwartz is diagnosed with Lou Gehrig’s Disease, Mitch makes time in his busy schedule to pay respects to his favorite college mentor. Unable to resist Morrie’s charm, Mitch returns every week for a few last lessons from the retired professor on life, love, and what it means to say goodbye. Based on the bestselling true story, the heartfelt Tuesdays with Morrie “just might change your life” (New York Magazine).
Cherry Creek Theatre made the smart move and secured the services of Chris Kendall, one of the area’s finest actors, for the role of Morrie. Often, he’s reason enough for the price of a ticket.Lisa Kennedy, The Denver Post “10 must-see fall plays in Colorado”
Billie is pleased to be back at CCT where she has done Driving Miss Daisy,...
Billie is pleased to be back at CCT where she has done Driving Miss Daisy, 4000 Milies, Grace & Glorie (April 2020) and directed Vigil and A Picasso. Performances include For Peter Pan on Her 70th Birthday for The Aurora Fox (March 2020), Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime for BETC and Life Sucks for The Aurora Fox, Sunday in the Park With George for The Arvada Center and Enchanted April for CSFAC. Her NYC credits include Torch Song Trilogy at the Helen Hayes and Safe Sex at the Lyceum. Since moving to Colorado, Billie has worked at The Denver Center, The Arvada Center, Curious Theatre, CSFAC, Miners Alley, And Toto Too, and BETC for which she is a proud ensemble member. She has won three Henry Awards, the 2014 Lifetime Achievement Award and the 2016 True West Award. Billie is also a director and a member of Actor’s Equity.
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Antonio Amadeo is thrilled to be making his Cherry Creek Theatre debut. A...
Antonio Amadeo is thrilled to be making his Cherry Creek Theatre debut. A recent transplant from South Florida, Antonio is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association. Denver credits include The Humans (Curious Theatre), A Kid Like Jake (Benchmark Theatre, Henry Award Nomination), Death of a Salesman (Edge Theatre Company). South Florida credits include Constellations, The Pillowman (2007 Carbonell Award Winner), A Round-Heeled Woman (Best Supporting Actor 2011, Miami New Times) at Gablestage. The world premiere of Michael McKeever’s Daniel’s Husband (2015 Carbonell Award Winner, 2015 Silver Palm Award Winner) at Island City Stage, The world premieres of Carter W. Lewis’ The Cha-Cha of a Camel Spider (Carbonell nominee), and Steven Dietz’s Yankee Tavern at Florida Stage, Lombardi and The Elephant Man (Carbonell nominee) at Mosaic Theatre, Other Desert Cities, the pre-Broadway run of Little Shop of Horrors at Actors’ Playhouse, and the world premiere of his own A Man Puts On A Play (2013 Silver Palm Award Winner) at the Naked Stage. For over a decade, he shared the titles of co-founder, artistic director & producer of the Naked Stage and the Ruth Foreman Award-winning 24-Hour Theatre Project with his wife. All love to Katie, Lara and Max!
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Chris Kendall is thrilled to be working again for Cherry Creek Theatre, having...
Chris Kendall is thrilled to be working again for Cherry Creek Theatre, having appeared in their inaugural production of The Unexpected Guest. This last summer he played Prospero in Telluride Theatre’s The Tempest. He won last year’s Henry Award for Outstanding Actor in a Play for District Merchants at Miners Alley Playhouse. With Boulder Ensemble Theater Company, he appeared in Birds of North America, An Iliad, Outside Mullingar, Annapurna, and Hysteria. With Benchmark Theater, in 1984 and Smokefall. He has also worked with Denver Center Theatre Company, Colorado Shakespeare Festival, The Catamounts, Vintage Theatre, Listen Productions, The Edge, Feral Assembly, Screw Tooth, The Spark, and The Mercury Café. He won a 2010 Henry Award and an Ovation Award for A Picasso at Miners Alley, was awarded Best Season for an Actor 2015, by Westword’s Best of Denver, and last year received a True West award for An Iliad.
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