The Home For Colorado Dance

About Cherry Creek Dance

Owner, Stephanie Prosenjak, opened the studio on January 3, 1994, bringing with her some of the top dancers, teachers, and students from around the Denver metro area. Since opening, Cherry Creek Dance has put on some great performances at events such as the Denver Broncos Halftime Show, the Cherry Creek Arts Festival, Disney’s Magic Music Days, and other great community events, just to name a few. Cherry Creek Dance values:

  • The Home for dance in Colorado
  • Provide out of this world customer service
  • Touch the life of each and every dancer
  • Prestige worth every penny
  • Quality Enthusiastic Instruction

At Cherry Creek Dance, our mission is to create a family-friendly environment where students, young and old, can build self-esteem, lifelong friends, and a true love for dance. You will see our professional company, our Cherry Creek Dance Performing Company actively participating in many community events. Our staff, students, and parents stay involved and love contributing to the arts as well. Cherry Creek Dance is at the forefront of the Denver arts community and plays an integral role as both an instructional institution and an advocate for the arts. Remember that dance, in all its forms, is an art.  Its traditions are represented through proper conduct and appreciation of all those who participate in its creation. Enjoy the art of dancing and respect your fellow dancers, teachers, the studio, and yourself.

Mile High Dance Pride

Dance for the Home Team

Students, young and old, can build self-esteem, lifelong friends, and a true love for dance.



Stephanie Prosenjak
Owner and Artistic Director

Stephanie Prosenjak is the founder and artistic director of Cherry Creek Dance. She has dedicated her life to the Denver dance community. She is unique in her ability to teach all ages, levels, and styles of dance at her home studio, Cherry Creek Dance. In addition to teaching, Stephanie continues to perform and to choreograph for individuals and groups, including 7dancers, the non-profit professional dance group she had the vision to initiate in 2006.

Stephanie was a member of the Denver Nuggets Dance Team, a 5-year member of the Denver Broncos Cheerleaders, where she served as captain and a pro bowl representative.  Stephanie has performed across the world, danced in musical theatre productions, appeared in music videos, and has performed at numerous corporate events and charity functions. She also works on the state and national level, serving as a judge for the 2008 Miss Colorado Pageant, working as a catalogue consultant for Kellé, training candidates for professional and college dance teams, and now serves as a sponsor and judge for the Denver Nuggets Dance Team, Colorado Mammoth Dance Team and the Denver Outlaws Lacrosse Dance Team.  She serves as a judge for the Colorado State High School Cheerleading Championships and has trained numerous high school dance teams.

In addition to excelling as a dancer, choreographer, and dance instructor, Stephanie is a successful businesswoman. Stephanie and her success with Cherry Creek Dance have been featured in industry publications including Dance and Dance Teacher magazines, as well as Business Week, the Denver Post, and the Rocky Mountain News. She was a finalist for the Denver Business Journal’s “Outstanding Women In Business” in 2007 and 2008. Stephanie has also been honored with the Denver Business Journal’s exclusive “Forty Under 40” awarded to exceptional business people, and received a “Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in the Arts” from the City of Arvada. She has completed the Impact Denver Program through the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce and the Leadership Arts Program through the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts. Stephanie continues to promote the inclusion of the performing arts in the K-12 curriculum by establishing partnerships with public and private schools where members of 7dancers serve as artists in residence. In order to maintain their status as “The Elite Studio,” instructors at Cherry Creek Dance receive ongoing education and internships with Stephanie to enhance their teaching skills.

Lee Prosenjak
Owner “The Guy That Does Everything But Teach Dance”

Lee Prosenjak is the guy that does everything but teach dance. He is always thrilled that he gets to create art every day and is proud to have owned and operated Cherry Creek Dance for 24 years with his wife, Stephanie. Not many people get to inspire more than 2,500 students every single week in ballet, tap, jazz, hip-hop, lyrical, modern, musical theatre, and break dancing.

Lee is also the executive director 7dancers, a professional nonprofit dance company. Lee travels the world to work with the Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) as a certified Forum Trainer and retreat facilitator. He builds content for EO and sits on the Global Forum Committee and he has worked with literally thousands of entrepreneurs and board members from around the world. His work includes strategy sessions, training, and group development work for all aspects of the business. Lee enjoys bringing his enthusiasm to cultivate cohesive work groups and facilitate group experiences. One of his many passions is lighting, in his early 20’s, Lee was a lighting guy for the Denver Center Theatre Company as well as for lots and lots of rock concerts and theatre shows.  His work was seen with Big Head Todd and the Monsters, Lyle Lovett, Aerosmith, and The Zou. Art is always at the forefront of Lee’s life, it just takes different forms each day. Overall Lee is a legendary facilitator, expert strategist, board rock star, & all around snappy dresser.

Sarah Gonzalez
General Manager

Sarah Gonzalez began her training at the School of Music and Dance in Hanover, Pennsylvania. Studying ballet, jazz, lyrical, tap, hip-hop and modern with Robin Bowman, Dawn Glass, Lauren Swartz (Seigman) and Andrea Wimmer. Following high school graduation, Sarah continued her training at Shenandoah Conservatory in Winchester, Virginia as a dance performance and choreography major.

There she trained and performed intensively in ballet, modern, jazz, contact improvisation, and solo and group composition under the guidance of faculty artists Alan Arnett, Ting-Yu Chen, Maurice Fraga, Kim Gibilisco, Elijah Alhadji Gibson, Erica Helm and Linda Miller. While at Shenandoah she had the opportunity to take classes with many professional artists and company directors including Malcolm Burn, Alberto del Saz, Curtis Uhleman, John Lehrer, Lauri Stallings, Adriane Fang, Diane McCarthy, and Tiffany Mills. In 2009 Sarah performed at the 92nd street “Y” NYC, as part of the “Friday’s at Noon” concert series appearing in works choreographed by modern dance and theatre genuis, Alwin Nikolais. In August of 2009 and 2010 Sarah was invited to attend the River North Chicago Dance Company’s summer intensive program, where she learned and performed sections from pieces in their current repertoire. Sarah completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Dance in May of 2010, and immediately started teaching in the Washington D.C. area. Along with teaching, Sarah was also an active performer with DancEthos and Ekilibre Dance Company where she was apart of the “Exploring Hinterland- the Film”, Choreography by Maurice Fraga and directed by Jennifer Simms. Sarah joined the Cherry Creek Dance faculty and family as an instructor and front office staff.  She quickly grew into the General Manager position and is going on five years with the studio. Sarah continues to inspire the art and love of dance in Denver and across the country.

Koko Hansen
Head of Lyrical Department, Combo & Hip Hop Instructor

Koko, originally from Greeley, CO, started dance at the age of two and hasn’t stopped since. She began competing at the age of eight and continued her dance training at Artistic Fusion Dance Academy in Westminster, CO where she studied all styles of dance including tap, ballet, hip-hop, jazz, lyrical/contemporary, and ballroom.

She has trained with many industry professionals ranging from the commercial world like So You Think You Can Dance to Broadway professionals in New York. She attended The University of Northern Colorado and received her Bachelor’s degree in Business Marketing. She is currently the Lyrical Director here at Cherry Creek Dance but can also be found teaching combo, ballet, and hip-hop classes. She also teaches throughout the state and trains high school poms teams. When she’s not teaching, she trains and performs with COhe, a competitive hip-hop crew out of Denver. Dance has been the most rewarding piece of her life and feels very grateful to teach and be apart of her student’s journeys!

Kristen Jorden
Adult Tap Instructor

Kristen is a local tap enthusiast, who also writes and quilts. She started tapping in college after seeing Stomp and decided to leave a career teaching high school history to pursue art full time after dancing at Cherry Creek Dance with Jacob Stonebraker. She sees herself as an ambassador of tap, and wants to see more people make rhythm with their feet!

Lauren McDonald
Combo, Lyrical, Tap, Jazz, Cheer/Poms & Hip Hop/Tumbling Instructor

Lauren McDonald began dancing at Cherry Creek Dance 20 years ago in the 2-3 combo class. After eight seasons in the Cherry Creek Dance Performing Company, Lauren graduated from Littleton High School in 2014.

After graduating Lauren enrolled in the University of Colorado – Denver, where she is currently studying Dance and Human Development & Family Relations in hopes of becoming a Dance/Movement therapist. In her free time, Lauren enjoys being a member of the University of Colorado-Denver Cheer Team. She is thrilled to be back at her home studio, this time as a teacher! Lauren’s primary focus at CCD is instructing children in combo, jazz, lyrical, tap, cheer/pom, and hip hop/tumbling.

Audrey Harmon
Combos, Pre Lyrical & Pre Ballet

Audrey is a New Orleans native who is currently attending Lamont School of Music, pursuing a Master’s Degree in Vocal Performance. She has been dancing since the age of 5, and her styles include ballet, jazz, tap, and lyrical. She started teaching as an apprentice at the age of 15, and has been at Cherry Creek Dance since March. Being at Cherry Creek has been a delightful experience and she is so honored to be a part of the Cherry Creek family.

Valerie Ying
Hip Hop

Grew up in California and began dancing at the age of 3. In 2001, she started competing in Tap, Jazz, Lyrical and Hip Hop at Dance Academy USA, a top dance school in Northern California. In high school, she joined her high school dance/drill team and was co-captain her junior year and captain of the team her senior year.

Valerie moved to Los Angeles to attend USC. Of course, she didn’t stop dancing and joined the USC Trojan Dance Force, the university’s dance team modeled after NBA and NFL teams. She graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.S. in Business Administration and Minor in Psychology. Post college, Valerie danced for the Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Rams.

In October of 2017, Valerie moved to Denver, Colorado and is so happy to have found Cherry Creek Dance. She’s excited to bring her high energy dance style to the children and adults of Cherry Creek Dance.

When she’s not dancing, Valerie works in Marketing for a Santa Monica based company called TaskUs, responsible for things like global expansion, recruitment marketing, branding, social media, PR and more!

Davie Reuille
Modern & Adult Ballet Instructor

Artistic Director – Apex Dance Mr. Reuille (pronounced  “Roy”) has a distinct artistic vision for dance that fuses many different dance styles into a vibrant and exciting movement style accessible to everyone, no matter their level of exposure to the arts. He has created dances for numerous professional and regional dance companies including Dayton Contemporary Dance Company, Lexington Ballet, AYBT, Illinois Ballet, and more.

In the theatre genre, Mr. Reuille has worked with Curious Theatre on their productions of “The War Anthology,” “Curious
New Voices,” and “Dead Man’s Cell Phone.” He has received several awards and fellowships for his choreography, including the Montgomery County Arts Fellowship.

As a professional dancer and choreographer, Mr. Reuille’s career has spanned 23 years
and 8 countries.  He began his professional career with Lexington Ballet where he quickly established himself as a soloist and principal dancer. Dayton Contemporary Dance Company (DCDC) was his home for six years after leaving Kentucky. While in Dayton, he performed in the works of such master choreographers as Jose Limon, Donald McKayle, and Tally Betty. David has also danced in new works created by choreographers Bill T. Jones, Dwight Rhoden, Bebe Miller, Ron Brown, and Kevin Ward.  Following DCDC, Mr. Reuille was a member of the New York based Parsons Dance Company where he toured nationally and internationally to great acclaim. He has also been a guest dancer with Louisville Ballet, Colorado Ballet, Central Illinois Ballet, Peoria Ballet, and various other regional companies. His television credits include the PBS documentary “Free to Dance.” As well as directing Apex, Mr. Reuille is currently a professional teacher, choreographer, and dancer based in Denver, CO. He is a resident choreographer and teacher at Denver School of the Arts. He has taught master classes around the world including the International Dance Festival in St. Petersburg, Russia, American Dance Festival, and throughout the U.S.

Leslie Seabeck

Originally from the state of Wyoming holds a BFA in Theatre and Dance Performance. Leslie, in her 19th year of teaching started at the age of 17 in Cody Wyoming at Cody Center For Performing Arts. From a young age, Leslie aspired to become a dance instructor.

This passion led her to attend the University of Wyoming and provided her opportunities to work with such choreographers as Ellie Sciarra, Tony Wagg, Lawrence Jackson, Generald Hambrick, Gail Benedict, Robert Sher-Machherndl, Maurice Watson, Darryl Thomas and Kathy Vreeland. After completing her degree Leslie was presented with an opportunity to work with individuals with disabilities at the Cooper Center for the Arts in Laramie, Wyoming.

This non-profit organization provides opportunities for individuals with disabilities in all areas of life including the Arts. During her six years there, she taught adaptive dance and music as well as choreographed and assisted with their theater productions. Leslie was also teaching at Laramie Dance Center and in conjunction, she was choreographing and performing with the premiere dance company Ballet 7220, now Ballet Wyoming/Reformation Dance Company.

Jenn Kuhn

Jenn is originally from the North Bay area of San Francisco. She is a principal artist with Ballet Ariel in Denver and guest artist in the Denver metro area. She began her formal training with the Marin Ballet, studied with Joffrey Ballet in New York, Richmond Ballet, Ballet West, and Alonzo King’s Lines Contemporary Ballet.

She attended the University of Utah on scholarship, receiving her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree and Master of Fine Arts degree with a teaching and choreography emphasis. Ms. Kuhn has performed with Utah Ballet, Montgomery Ballet, Boulder Ballet, 7 Dancers, Jayne Persch’s Briah Danse, Zikr Dance Ensemble, and Winifred R. Harris’s Between Lines Productions. Ms. Kuhn was a principal dancer for many years with Dawson/Wallace Dance Project, formerly David Taylor Dance Theatre where she also served as a Rehearsal Director and Répétiteur. She enjoyed being a muse in the creation of many contemporary ballets and collaborating with a variety of choreographers. With Ballet Ariel, Ms. Kuhn performs many classical roles as well as original works. Some of her favorite roles include Cinderella, Lise in La Fille Mal Gardee, Sugar Plum Fairy and Clara in Nutcracker, the wife in Appalachian Spring, Princess Aurora, and Simone in the newly premiered Ballerinas by Degas. When she is not performing, Ms. Kuhn enjoys teaching and cultivating the next generation of performers as well as choreographing ballets and pieces for her students. Ms. Kuhn has been teaching ballet technique and choreographing in the Denver metro area for fourteen years. She is honored to be officially joining the amazing teaching staff at Cherry Creek Dance.

Amanda Esquivel

Amanda started her dance career at the age of three in the small town of Selah, WA. Growing up she trained in several styles of dance including, ballet, tap, jazz, contemporary and hip hop.

At the age of 7, Amanda began dancing competitively with her local studio, where she continued to compete, until graduating high school.

In 2007, Amanda became a member of the nationally ranked all-star team, Eastern Washington Elite Dance. During her time on the team, she won two UDA National Championships and ranked top three in the Jazz and Hip Hop category at the 2010 Dance Worlds.

Later, Amanda traveled across the country to continue her training through college at the University of Cincinnati. As a member of UCDT, she won two National Championships in the D1A Hip Hop category. She also had the privilege of becoming a member of the US National Dance team in 2014 and 2015, where she won three World Championships in Hip Hop and Pom.

Amanda has been fortunate enough to continue doing what she is most passionate about and has been teaching for the last 5 years. Her favorite part of the job, is watching students fall in love with the sport like she did so many years ago. Amanda is new to the Denver area and can’t wait to work with all the talented students at Cherry Creek Dance!

Taylor Strickland
Jazz & Hop Hop


…on the dance floor known as Breaker One9, has sharpened his skills in the battle scene, danced with members of the world famous Rock Steady Crew, Full Circle (NY), and toured with champion members of the hit TV show “America’s Best Dance Crew,” The Jabbawockeez.

Alex has been an active member in the Colorado breakin’ scene for over 20 years. He is a member of the elite Denver crew Lordz Of Finesse, who are widely credited with bringing the culture of breakin in Denver and Colorado through from the 80’s to the 90’s.

His approach displays a mastery of freestyle, explosive movements and noteworthy style that embodies the foundation of the breakin art form, yet establishes original and unique concepts. These attributes have lead to him to being commissioned by IKEA for their grand opening, Crispin Porter and Boguskey, Keystone Resort, The Capital Hill People’s Fair, Minnesota State Fair, Fresno State Fair, YMCA, The Boys and Girls Club, Colorado School of Mines and more.

In addition to performances, Alex is an active participant in the field of education. He has worked with Mental Health America, a pioneering advocate in the effort to reduce stigma, encourage open dialogue, foster positive coping methods, and provide resources surrounding the topic of mental health for over a decade. Alex was instrumental in furthering Mental Health Colorado’s reach through educational programming and facilitation at various locations throughout the Denver metro area for over a decade. Supplementary educational institutions Alex has served include University of Denver, Douglas County School District, Compass Academy, East High School, Denver Green School, Denver Academy, Manual High School, and Metro State University in addition to a long list of others.

Sarah Moulden

Matt Cole


Please be considerate of Cherry Creek Dance and all others around you. Absolutely no gum, food or drink in any of the dance rooms. Any food items need to remain in the dressing room or designated waiting area. You are responsible for cleaning up and throwing away your trash. Please note that we have a couple of recycling bins located throughout the studio for water bottles.
Please leave valuables and jewelry at home, as the studio is not responsible for missing items. Don’t forget to double check and make sure you have everything before leaving the studio.

We ask that you please label each item with your full name in an effort to decrease the amount of items that are lost or misplaced. Every class tends to have one or more students with the same name. If shoes and clothes are not labeled, finding the proper owner can become a tricky task. Items left in the lost and found will be donated to charity every month.

Tuition is due the last week of the month for the upcoming month. There is a $15 late fee if not received by the 10th of the month. Tuition must be paid in full. No tuition is refunded. If the studio is closed for a holiday or if you miss part of the month due to vacation, illness, etc., you are able to take a make-up class within 30 days. Tuition is not pro-rated. All private lessons must be prepaid, no exceptions. Company members are expected to pay full tuition regardless of attendance. There is an annual registration fee of $25 per dancer or $35 per family. This fee is due when you sign up and with your January tuition each year after. There is a $20 fee on all returned checks. All checks may be converted into electronic drafts.

Starting this fall semester, we will be adjusting the way we register for classes and offer make up classes. We are continuing to closely follow COVID restrictions and guidelines and will continue limiting class sizes to keep our dancers and staff safe. In an effort to properly track how many students are attending each class, this semester, when you register your dancer for a class, they will be entered in for a specific day of the week and time such as the Monday, 10am combo class. This is the class your dancer will take for the entire semester. We strongly encourage you to keep your dancer home when they are not feeling well, so we will continue to offer make up classes. These make-up classes will need to be scheduled in advance to ensure safe class sizes. Unlike previous years, where you have had 30 days to attend a make-up class, you will now have the entire semester. Just as before, make up classes can be used in addition to your regularly scheduled classes but not used in place of paying normal tuition. We encourage you not to wait until the end of the semester to utilize your make-up classes, as they will not roll over to the following semester.

The schedule for fall will be sent out by email on Monday July 29th. Fall Semester will run: Monday, August 3rd – Tuesday, December 22nd. Please take the following steps to register your dancer. Dancers in the Performing Company who have already paid their deposit are already registered and will not need to take these steps.

1. Pick out the class or classes that your dancer would like to take

2. Send an email with your dancer’s name, preferred class(es) including day of the week, time and class title to [email protected] or [email protected]. Please put “REGISTRATION FOR: (dancer’s name)” in the subject line

3. You will receive a confirmation email once your dancer has been placed in their class

4. If for any reason your first class choice is not available, we will reach out to you with additional options.

NEW —->Tuition will be billed on a semester long basis. This again, is to secure your spot in class for the entire semester and to ensure we are able to keep class sizes small and safe for everyone. The fall semester is 5 months long (August – December, however spring is 6 months long (January through June). July will be billed as a single month for those attending classes in July. We are more than happy to break up your semester bill into payments for a charge of 5% per payment.

* Parent Tot 1 class per week ($52 per month x 5 months) = $260 fall semester, $312 spring semester or $54.60 per month if broken into payments

* 1 hour of class per week per month ($80 per month x 5 months) = $400 fall semester, $480 spring semester or $84 per month if broken into payments

* 2 hours of class per week per month ($120 per month x 5 months) = $600 fall semester, $720 spring semester or $126 per month if broken into payments

* 3 hours of class per week per month ($160 per month x 5 months) = $800 fall semester, $960 spring semester or $168 per month if broken into payments

* 4 hours of class per week per month ($180 per month x 5 months) = $900 fall semester, $1,080 spring semester or $189 per month if broken into payments

* 5 hours of class per week per month ($200 per month x 5 months) = $1,000 fall semester, $1,200 spring semester or $210 per month if broken into payments

* 6 hours of class per week per month ($220 per month x 5 months) = $1,100 fall semester, $1,320 spring semester or $231 per month if broken into payments

*Unlimited hours of class per week per month ($240 per month x 5 months) = $1,200 fall semester, $1,440 spring semester or $252 per month if broken into payments As always there is a registration fee due on the 1st of the year of $25 per dancer and $10 for each additional sibling. If you have not danced with us in 2020 you will be charged the registration fee in August.

Punchcards are good for any six or ten hours of class from our regular schedule. They expire sixty or ninety days from the date of purchase. To use a punchcard, simply let your instructor know that you have a punchcard. Punchcards are non-transferable, refundable, or extendable. They may not be used by anyone other than the person whose name appears on the card or for special classes such as master classes or studio rentals.

Good attendance is beneficial for students and teachers. If we know how many students are regularly attending each class, we can staff the classes accordingly and can deliver more accurate information to future students regarding class size. Students should arrive to class on time so as not to interrupt the class and force us to re-teach material. Students who arrive more than 15 minutes late must have the teacher’s approval to attend class.

The studio will be closed for all major holidays. Exact dates of closure will be published on the schedule and website prior to the holiday. If you have questions regarding closures due to snow or bad weather, please call the studio before you leave as we update our recorded message as conditions change.

If the studio is closed for a holiday or if you miss part of the month due to vacation, illness, etc., you are able to take a make- up class within 30 days in any style of class. Simply let your instructor know that you are using a make-up class when you check in. You cannot make up a class in your regular class or with special classes such as master classes or studio rentals. You must be a current student with your account in good standing before attending the class.

Here is an example: you missed your regular Tuesday 10:00 class the last week of January, so you make up the class the first week of February by taking your regular Tuesday class as well as the Friday 11:00 class and make sure your February tuition is paid.

It is Cherry Creek Dance’s policy that students not be dropped off in front of the building. It is the guardian’s responsibility to walk the dancer into the dancer check-in area and wait for the instructor to guide them to their appropriate room. The student should arrive in adequate time to change clothing, eat, etc., before class begins. The guardian must also come into the studio to pick up the student. The guardian must arrive a few minutes before class ends in order to wait for their dancer to come out of class. No student should leave the studio without a parent or guardian. We are very sensitive to our students whereabouts and safety, but Cherry Creek Dance will not be held responsible for your student.

Any student left unattended at the studio for longer than 15 minutes before or after the class they have registered for will be charged as if they attended an additional dance class. The same holds true for siblings—please do not leave siblings unattended at the studio.

Appropriate shoes are required for each class as well. Tap, ballet, jazz and hip hop/breakdancing shoes are ONLY to be worn inside the dance studio. If you have street shoes for hip hop or breakdancing, please wipe them down before entering the classrooms, otherwise the shoes will bring in dirt off the sidewalk and streets. This will help ensure that our dance floors stay in tip top shape. If tap shoes are worn outside, the taps get scraped up and destroy the dance floors. Thank you for understanding and respecting our beautiful, new space.
All dancewear and shoes can be purchased at the studio. We also have a limited amount of used shoes available for you to borrow for your trial session. We can only let you use these shoes a couple of times, as they are “marked” for new students only. If you forget your shoes, we offer ballet or tap shoes to rent for $2.50 per pair, per class.

If your account is deemed past due, you agree to pay upon demand all of Cherry Creek Dance’s costs and expenses, including attorneys’ fees and legal expenses, incurred in connection with the enforcement of this contract/agreement. Cherry Creek Dance reserves the right to hire or pay someone else to collect on any actions arising from or relating to this contract/agreement. You will pay Cherry Creek Dance this amount. This includes, subject to any limits under applicable law, Lender’s attorney fees and Cherry Creek Dance’s legal expenses, whether or not there is a lawsuit, including without limitation all attorney’s fees and legal expenses for litigation, and collection expenses. If not prohibited by applicable law, you also will pay any court costs, in addition to all other sums provided by law. By attending any class you agree to comply with all Cherry Creek Dance rules & regulations. You understand and agree that Cherry Creek Dance, its agents, employees, volunteers or assistants shall not be responsible or made subject to any claim from injury or accident which may result in connection with any attendance at the school or any of its related functions.

At Cherry Creek Dance, we hold two dance recitals each year. All students are welcome and encouraged to participate. They are typically held the second week of June and December. They take place at the Newman Center for the Performing Arts at the University of Denver and are always professionally produced and presented. There will be a participation fee as well as fees for tickets and costumes. You will have your choice as to whether you would like your dancer to participate in these recitals or not, although we encourage all students and families to participate! This is where you (as well as your family, friends, whomever!) can see the progress your dancer has made and how he or she has blossomed from a student to a performer! The shows are always entertaining and more than worth all of the hard work!
Due to additional dance performances, choreography work, illness, or personal reasons, substitute teachers may be needed at times. All substitutes are highly qualified and must be treated with the same respect as the regular teacher. Substitute teachers are also a benefit as they expose dancers to a different style of teaching so everyone wins.
For each new student you send to the studio that enrolls, pays the registration fee, and one month of tuition, you will receive a $10 discount on your tuition for the following month.

The Cherry Creek Dance Performing Company is the perfect combination of dedication, hard work and fun. We focus on the art of dance performance and NOT competing. Cherry Creek Dance is “The Home For Dance in Colorado and we strive to keep the art of dance alive.  Company Dancers have many performance opportunities throughout the year at professional and communities venues, including our semi-annual recitals.  We use these performances to educate the community  on what the art of dance looks like when you peel back the commercial layer. We pride ourselves in the training that our highly experienced professional level staff has to offer our Company members and non company members alike.

At Cherry Creek Dance, we consider dance our tool for influencing lives in a positive way. We use positive but disciplined instruction to teach what we believe to be core values: strong work ethic, teamwork, sportsmanship, positive attitude, and athleticism. As a result of our efforts, we receive rave reviews from parents about how our studio has helped their children to improve not only as dancers but as people! Our Cherry Creek Dance Performing Company Dancers must have good grades, practice time management, be self-confident and maintain good physical, mental, and emotional health. We believe that FUN and STRUCTURE are the tools for creating an environment in which children will thrive. Remember the PPPs! Presence, Positivity, and Punctuality.

Past Performances include:

  • Disneyland! & Disney World!
  • Denver Broncos Halftimes
  • Denver Nuggets Halftimes
  • Denver Outlaws Halftimes
  • Colorado Mammoth Halftimes
  • The Denver Zoo
  • Six Flags Elitch Gardens
  • Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
  • Special Olympics
  • Harlem Globetrotters
  • Cherry Creek Arts Festival
  • The Convention Center
  • Junior League Holiday Mart
  • Denver SafeHouse
  • Denver Botanic Gardens
  • Aurora Kidspree
  • Las Vegas
  • Corporate Events
  • Charity Events

Company member’s are accepted by audition only. We typically hold company auditions at the end of May.  With make-up auditions the end of June. The Cherry Creek Dance Performing Company is a full year commitment, which is why we only hold auditions once a year.  However, if you are new to the area and are interested in the performing company please contact us.  We will hold private auditions on a case by case scenario.

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