2011

"Creede Repertory's LaMee is Denver Post Theatre Person of the Year" - by John Moore, The Denver Post

2011 Denver Post Ovation Awards:
Denver Post Theatre Person of the Year - Maurice LaMee
Best Year by an Actor - John Arp
Best Actress, Drama - Christy Brandt, The Road to Mecca
Best Supporting Actress, Comic Role - Caitlin Wise, Unnecessary Farce
Special Achievement Award - Steven Cole Hughes, The Billy Trilogy

2011 Denver Post Readers' Choice Awards:
Best Year by a Company - Sixth year running!
Supporting Actor, Comic Role - Steven Cole Hughes, Unnecessary Farce
Best Comedy - Unnecessary Farce

2010

2010 Denver Post Readers' Choice Awards:
Best Year by a Company - Fifth Consecutive Year!
Best Comedy - The Ladies Man
Supporting Actor in a Comedy - Chad Afanador, The Ladies Man
Supporting Actress - Annie F. Butler, The Ladies Man
Best Year by an Actor - Chad Afanador
Actress in a Comic Role - Christy Brandt, This Day and Age
Actor in a Dramatic Role - John Arp, The Joy of Going Somewhere Definite
Supporting Actress in a Dramatic Role - Kate Berry, The Joy of Going Somewhere Definite

2009

2009 Denver Post Ovation Awards:
Best Year by an Actor – Michael Bouchard

2009 Denver Post Readers’ Choice Awards:
Theater Person of the Year - Maurice LaMee
Best Year by an Actress – Diana Dresser
Best Comedy – The Imaginary Invalid
Actor, Comedic Role – John Arp, The Imaginary Invalid
Supporting Actress, Comedic Role – Anne F. Butler, The Imaginary Invalid
Best Year by a Company - Fourth Consecutive Year!

2008

2008 Denver Post Ovation Awards:
Best New Work, Billy Hell by Steven Cole Hughes
Best Original Music, Billy Hell by Kendra Kohort, Jessica Jackson and Ryan Prince

2008 Denver Post Readers’ Choice Awards:
Best Director, Billy Hell - Maurice LaMee
Best Year Supporting Actor, Comic Role - Chad Afanador
Best Year by a Company - Third Consecutive Year!

2007

2007 Denver Post Ovation Awards:
Best Musical Number "Run, Freedom, Run"
Best Year by an Actor, John Arp


2007 National Theatre Conference:
Award for Outstanding Achievement by a not-for-profit American Theatre
 

Previous winners include The Goodman Theatre, Steppenwolf Theatre, The Old Globe Theatre, American Repertory Theatre, The Roundabout Theatre and The Public Theatre.