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ON CUE June 2022 ACT Newsletter

ACT_logoLinda Roll, editor

It is so good to be back live once again! It has been a very long time since we have been together.

On June 17-28, the theatre excerpts were once again held at Miami University’s Hamilton Campus in Parrish Auditorium. Everyone was excited to once again have the OCTA regional/ACT fest.  Special recognition goes to Amanda Emmons Shumate, ACT’s 1st VP, for her excellent job in making sure that everything was in place. Gary Rogers who was once again the stage manager and creator of the Memorial video and also the Rouse/Pitocco/Grooms award video. Eric Bardes handled technical aspects of the excerpts. Joy Sharp once again handled pre-registration as she has for the past 20 years. And especially to all of the member groups for tackling the various jobs needed to make this event work. We are the ONLY region in Ohio where every group does its part. We are very blessed to have this community of theatres.


For those of you who wonder about this festival, OCTA is the reason we have the excerpts. The number of excerpts determines the number of entries each region will send to the state OCTAfest over Labor Day Weekend. Each region receives 1 theatre for every 4 theatres who participate. This year, our region had 8 entries, so therefore, 2 were selected to attend the state festival and 1 alternate was also selected.

OCTA sends tjree adjudicators, who watch the excerpts, give feedback immediately after the presentation and then meet to decide who/what gets awards and to pick the shows that will excerpt. The adjudicators this year were Jerry Zimmerman, Pat Potter and Kathy Hyland. Each group will also receive written feedback from these people so they can see what each had to say about the presentation. These awards are then presented at the banquet on Saturday night. Also in attendance from OCTA were Jesse Bernnal, President, Joe Barton, OCTAfest chair, Jane Mancini and Aara Wise volunteer Administrative Assistant. Thanks also to our regional OCTA board members, Peggy Kenney, Clarissa Sloan, Dan Maloney, Wayne Kirsch, Ray Lebowski and to our OCTA regional representatives Kevin Noll, Denise Schnieders, John Masterson  and Amy Sullivan. Your dedication to the Southwest Region is greatly appreciated.

Below is the list of OCTA awards for the shows that excerpted over the weekend.
[Click here for the list of OCTA Awards and links to each group’s Orchid Awards. -Rob]

Congratulations to all the winners and to the theatres who were selected to attend OCTA fest in September.


At the banquet on Saturday night, the winners of Orchid awards were announced. There were a total of 998 nominations in the various categories and 503 Orchid awards. To see the whole list of shows and the breakdown of the various nominations in each category, please visit the ACT website at www.actcincinnati.org.

Below is the breakdown of the awards

Group | # of Shows | # of Nominations | # of Orchids

  • Acting UP | 1 | 26 | 16
  • Beechmont Players | 3 | 61 | 25
  • CenterStage | 3 | 49 | 20
  • Cincinnati Music Theatre | 2 | 73 | 41
  • Fairfield Footlighters | 4 | 71 | 32
  • Footlighters | 3| 84 | 48
  • Gaslight Theatre Players | 1 | 13 | 3
  • INNOVAtheatre | 5 | 94 | 41
  • Inspiring Arts | 1 | 35 | 19
  • Loveland Stage Co | 3 | 77 | 40
  • Mariemont Players | 5 | 97 | 57
  • Mason Community Players | 2 | 38 | 17
  • Merit Theatre | 1 | 20|  14
  • Queen City Productions | 1 | 12 | 4
  • Sunset Players | 1 | 9 | 7
  • The Drama Workshop | 5 | 102 | 68
  • Tri County Players | 3 | 44 | 14
  • Village Players of Ft Thomas | 4 | 83 | 37

Besides Orchid awards, there were several other awards given Saturday night.
A split the pot raffle was conducted throughout the weekend. The total raised was $1,440 and congratulations goes to Lisa Hunt who was the recipient of $720.

In order to recognize those people from various theatres who go lend their talents to the group. These awards are called the Rising Star awards. This year, the following were recognized:

  • Jake Hart – Mariemont
  • Sophie Grant – TDW
  • James Major – Acting Up
  • Molly Sexton – CMT
  • Stephanie Mackris – Loveland
  • Katie Werner – Mason
  • Parker Culp – CenterStage

Dan Maloney, ACT president, presented the Presidential award. This year, two people received this award, Mary Stone who as Publicity chair worked on updating the website and Joy Sharp who handled pre-registration. Congratulations to both of them.

As mentioned above, the Spirit of Community Theatre awards were presented to Elaine Volker from The Drama Workshop and Amanda Emmons Shumate from Footlighters. This award is given by OCTA on recommendation of their theatre for contributions to not only their theatre, but also to the entire theatre community.

The most revered awards were also presented Saturday night. The Art Rouse is given to a person who has shown exceptional commitment and dedication to community theatre. The Mario Pitocco award is given to a person who has shown continuous service in creative technical theater. The Roger Grooms award is given to a person who has demonstrated dedication to raising the artistic quality through active teaching and/or through sustained excellence in directing, acting, choreography, musical or vocal direction. Each theatre has the opportunity to nominate someone who they think exemplifies those qualities. From those nominees, a committee made up of the past year’s winners as well as a members selected from a revolving list of all theatres in ACT make the final selection of who will receive the honor.

The 2022 recipients are Bunny Arszman, Elaine Michael and Danny Davies, respectively.


There are seven scholarships given to deserving college students who are pursuing a bachelor’s degree in the performing arts. These students audition for the scholarships and are selected by a 5 member panel of adjudicators based on long standing criteria. The scholarship winners are:

  • The Dee Wacksman Memorial Scholarship-Lizzie K Sundstorm- Xavier University-2,500
  • ACT Cincinnati Scholarship-Claire M Northcut-Wright State University-1,000
  • The Dorothy and Frank Weber Memorial Scholarship-Evan N. Kupersmith-UC-CCM-1,000
  • Robert and Helen Booth Family Memorial Scholarship-Julia N. Brosas-Wright State University-1,000
  • Carol Mills Memorial Scholarship-Taylor Greny-Wright State University-800
  • The Susann Q. Royalty Performing Arts Scholarship-Chloe O. Esmeier-Northern Kentucky University-500
  • The Freshman Performing Arts Scholarship-Wyatt H. Toloczko-UC-CCM-350

Congratulations to all of the recipients.


Unfortunately, in the years that our theatres were dark, our theatre community experienced the death of some very talented people. They will be greatly missed.

2019-2020
Jonathan Boerner, John Marwede, Steve Suddendorf, Muriel Foster, Jack Williams, Russ D. McGee

2020-2021
Sandra Kraft, Darnell “Daray Lorez” Hunter, David Spitzfaden, John Haskamp, Irma Lewis

2021-2022
Jim Hall, Aaron Losey (Tyrese Rainz), Daniel Brewer, Don Haas, Mick McLean, Ed Spencer, Jerry Viox, Judith Howe Sarakatsannis, Carol Kirby, Bob Elkins, Connie Hatfield, Bonnie Schanz


Now, on to the ACT board. Due to the pandemic, the board voted to have the current officers remain in their positions for another year. That meant that those people who were already in their final year on the board(each is elected to a 3 year term) served 4 years.

Thank you all for going above and beyond the call.

The 2021-2022 ACT board

  • Dan Maloney-President
  • Amanda Emmons Shumate-1st Vice President
  • Fred Hunt-2nd Vice President
  • Kate Coyne-Chailland-Recording Secretary
  • Amelia Burke-Treasurer
  • Dennis Murphy-Awards
  • Melissa M. Smith-Scholarships
  • Laureen Catlin-Long Range Judging
  • Joy Sharp-Convention Pre-Registration Chair
  • Linda Roll-Librarian, Historian, Newsletter Editor
  • Mary Stone-Publicity
  • John Wesseling-Membership
  • At the May meeting, the membership elected the 2022-2023 board
  • Fred Hunt-President
  • Cathy Lutts-1st Vice President
  • Mark Culp-2nd Vice President
  • Kate Coyne-Chailland-Recording Secretary
  • Amy Waldfogel-Awards
  • Melissa M. Smith-Scholarships
  • TBD-Long Range Judging
  • TBD-Convention Pre-Registration Chair
  • Linda Roll-Librarian, Historian, Newsletter Editor
  • Mary Stone-Publicity
  • John Wesseling-Membership

The 2023 OCTAfest will be held in Cincinnati with Peggy Kenney and Robert Weidle as Co-Conference chairs. They are looking for volunteers to be on the planning committee.

Also, at the OCTAfest this September, the theme is a Circus theme and each region will be responsible for setting up 3 Midway games. Peggy Kenney is asking for prize donations for winners of our 3 games, such as a bottle of wine, a gift card, etc. SO she is reaching out to the theatre groups and individuals to supply these prizes.


If you have not gone to the ACT website and looked at the changes that have been made, go take a look. It has been a while since any significant changes were made to the website. What you will see is due to the work that is being done by Mary Stone. She has put in many hours and lots of work making the improvements you see on the site. Thank you Mary for all of your work. It is greatly appreciated.

One last thing, over the years, some ACT history was unfortunately destroyed. IF you or your group have any photos that you would be willing to scan and send, it would be greatly appreciated. These will be added to the website and stored in the history notes.

Also, ACT will soon be celebrating 70 years of existence in a few years, so please start sending any new items about your group, or if you are a new group to ACT, send  your information on how you were formed.  Send to llroll69@hotmail.com.


Thank you if you have made it to the end of this newsletter. Let’s all hope that we never have to go through what we have in the past few years, but know that if we do, we will survive.


Any errors, mistakes or omissions are not intentional.

Thanks to all of you for being a part of Greater Cincinnati theatre.

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2021-2022 Orchid & OCTAfest Convention Awards

ACT_logoScroll down for links to Orchid Awards by Group

NAMED AWARDS 

  • ART ROUSE AWARD – Bunny Arszman
  • MARIO PITOCCO AWARD – Elaine Michael
  • ROGER GROOMS AWARD –Danny Davies
  • PRESIDENT’S AWARD – Joy Sharp & Mary Stone
  • RISING STAR AWARD – Jake Hart (MPI), Sophie Grant (TDW), James Major (ACTUP), Molly Sexton (CMT), Stephanie Mackris (LSC), Katie Werner (MCP) & Parker Culp (CSP)
  • SPIRIT OF COMMUNITY THEATRE AWARD – Amanda Emmons Shumate & Elaine Volker

OCTA_logoEXCERPTS INVITED TO REPRESENT THE SOUTHWEST REGION AT STATE

  • BRIGHT STAR – The Drama Workshop
  • THE OUTSIDER – Mariemont Players
  • THE WOMEN OF LOCKERBIE – Tri-County Players (Alternate, also performing at State)

EXCERPT AWARDS 

Below is the list of OCTA awards for the shows that excerpted over the weekend.

THE 25TH ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE
Queen City Productions

  • MERIT IN I LOVE YOU TRIO MUSICAL PERFORMANCE – Erica Wilson
  • MERIT IN I LOVE YOU TRIO MUSICAL PERFORMANCE – Maddie Smith
  • MERIT IN I LOVE YOU TRIO MUSICAL PERFORMANCE – Kevin Dunaway

BRIGHT STAR
The Drama Workshop

  • MERIT IN MUSICAL THEATRE PERFORMANCE AS BILLY – Nicholas Dunker
  • MERIT IN ACTING AS MAX –  Rob Bucher
  • EXCELLENCE IN CHOREOGRAPHY – Dennis Murphy
  • EXCELLENCE IN CHOREOGRAPHY – Denise Schnieders
  • EXCELLENCE IN ORCHESTRAL PERFORMANCE – The Musicians
  • EXCELLENCE IN COSTUMING – Dennis Murphy
  • EXCELLENCE IN MUSICAL THEATRE PERFORMANCE AS JIMMY RAY- Peyton Hahn
  • EXCELLENCE IN MUSICAL THEATRE PERFORMANCE AS MAYOR – Forrest Fairley
  • EXCELLENCE IN ENSEMBLE – The Cast of BRIGHT STAR
  • OUTSTANDING IN MUSICAL THEATRE PERFORMANCE AS ALICE – Stefanie Adams
  • OUTSTANDING IN DIRECTION – Dennis Murphy
  • OUTSTANDING IN MUSICAL DIRECTION – Linda Abbott

FALSETTOS
Cincinnati Music Theatre

  • MERIT IN SET CREW – Paul Hahn
  • MERIT IN DIRECTION – Amanda Marasch
  • MERIT IN MUSICAL THEATRE PERFORMANCE AS JASON – Leland Parker McGuire
  • MERIT IN MUSICAL DIRECTION – Jim Swartout
  • MERIT IN VOCAL ENSEMBLE – The Cast of FALSETTOS
  • MERIT IN VOCAL PERFORMANCE AS MARVIN – Zac Hoffman

INCORRIGIBLE
CenterStage Players

  • MERIT IN ACTING AS JAKE – Neil Geoppinger
  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING AS ROBBY – Parker Culp
  • OUTSTANDING IN ORIGINAL WORK – Teri Foltz

THE OUTSIDER
Mariemont Players 

  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING AS NED NEWLEY – Chuck Ingram
  • EXCELLENCE IN ENSEMBLE – The Cast of THE OUTSIDER
  • OUTSTANDING IN DIRECTION – Douglas Berlon
  • OUTSTANDING IN ACTING AS DAVE RILEY – Aaron Mettey
  • OUTSTANDING IN ACTING AS LOUISE PEAKES – Debbi Berlon
  • OUTSTANDING IN ACTING AS ARTHUR VANCE – Eric Day

SYLVIA
Village Players

  • MERIT IN ENSEMBLE – The Cast of SYLVIA
  • MERIT IN MUSICAL TRIO PERFORMANCE AS SYLVIA – Molly Sexton
  • MERIT IN MUSICAL TRIO PERFORMANCE AS GREG – BJ Simpson
  • MERIT IN MUSICAL TRIO PERFORMANCE AS KATE – Jennifer Davis
  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING – Molly Sexton

THE WOMEN OF LOCKERBIE
Tri-County Players

  • MERIT IN SET DESIGN – Burt McCollom
  • MERIT IN ACTING AS HATTIE – Sharon Rose Tyahur
  • MERIT IN ACTING AS BILL – Darren Lee
  • MERIT IN ACTING AS GREEK CHOURS – Linda Roll
  • MERIT IN ACTING AS GREEK CHOURS – Kelly Goeppinger
  • MERIT IN ACTING AS GREEK CHOURS – Heidi Beck
  • EXCELLENCE IN DIRECTION – Burt McCollom
  • EXCELLENCE IN COSTUMING – Linda Roll
  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING AS OLIVE – Cindy Miller
  • EXCELLENCE IN ENSEMBLE – The Cast of THE WOMEN OF LOCKERBIE

WRONG WINDOW
Beechmont Players

  • MERIT IN ACTING AS LOOMIS – Jim Waldfogle
  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING AS LILA LARSWALD – Katherine Anderson

ORCHID AWARDS

The Orchid Awards are presented at the end of each season determined by an adjudication system of providing three judges per production for each of the ACT of Greater Cincinnati member groups. Orchid awards for the 2021-2022 Season:

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2021-2022 Orchid Awards for Village Players

VP_new logoDASHING THROUGH THE SNOW

  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING IN A PLAY – Angela Klocke Forbes
  • EXCELLENCE IN DIRECTION – Dan Maloney
  • EXCELLENCE IN ENSEMBLE – Dan Maloney & The Cast
  • EXCELLENCE IN PROGRAM – Tracy Moser
  • EXCELLENCE IN STAGE MANAGEMENT – Sara Briggs

SYLVIA

  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING IN A PLAY – Jack Kremer
  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING IN A PLAY – Jen Fischer Davis
  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING IN A PLAY – Molly Sexton
  • EXCELLENCE IN COSTUME DESIGN – Allison Jones
  • EXCELLENCE IN ENSEMBLE – Steven Ducker and the Cast
  • EXCELLENCE IN LOBBY DISPLAY – Teri Foltz
  • EXCELLENCE IN OVERALL PERFORMANCE QUALITY – Steven Ducker and the Cast
  • EXCELLENCE IN PROGRAM – Angela Klocke Forbes
  • EXCELLENCE IN SET DÉCOR – Steven Ducker

THE LAST FIVE YEARS

  • EXCELLENCE IN COSTUME DESIGN – Amanda Borchers
  • EXCELLENCE IN DIRECTION – Nathan Henegar
  • EXCELLENCE IN LOBBY DISPLAY – Michael Ireland
  • EXCELLENCE IN MUSICAL DIRECTION – Jim Swartout
  • EXCELLENCE IN MUSICAL THEATRE PERFORMANCE – Amanda Marasch
  • EXCELLENCE IN MUSICAL THEATRE PERFORMANCE – Jon Scheiding
  • EXCELLENCE IN ORCHESTRAL PERFORMANCE – Jim Swartout, Jay Bressert, Tim Binzer, Lara Gonzalez
  • EXCELLENCE IN PRODUCING – Jen Fischer Davis
  • EXCELLENCE IN SET DÉCOR – Betsy Obermeyer
  • EXCELLENCE IN SOUND DESIGN – Eric Bardes
  • EXCELLENCE IN SOUND EXECUTION – Patrick Bissmeyer
  • EXCELLENCE IN STAGE MANAGEMENT – Steven Ducker
  • EXCELLENCE IN VOCAL DIRECTION – Kelly Holterhoff

YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU

  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING IN A PLAY – Angela Klocke Forbes
  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING IN A PLAY – Hannah McCauley
  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING IN A PLAY – Harold Murphy
  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING IN A PLAY – Jim Waldfogle
  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING IN A PLAY – Katie Jensen
  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING IN A PLAY – Keith Cassidy
  • EXCELLENCE IN ENSEMBLE – Greg Hatfield & The Cast
  • EXCELLENCE IN PROGRAM – Angela Klocke Forbes
  • EXCELLENCE IN PROPERTIES – Steven Ducker & Hannah McCauley
  • EXCELLENCE IN SET DÉCOR – Peggy Kenney & Risa Lee

 

 

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2021-2022 Orchid Awards for Tri-County Players

TCP_logoFOUR OLD BROADS

  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING IN A PLAY – Cathy Woodruff
  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING IN A PLAY – James Ball

THE PREMATURE CORPSE

  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING IN A PLAY – David Little
  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING IN A PLAY – Glenn Schaich
  • EXCELLENCE IN DIRECTION – Trisha Cooper
  • EXCELLENCE IN SET CONSTRUCTION – Darren Lee
  • EXCELLENCE IN SET DESIGN – Trisha Cooper

THE WOMEN OF LOCKERBIE

  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING IN A PLAY – Cindy Miller
  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING IN A PLAY – Darren Lee
  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING IN A PLAY – Elizabeth Hickerson
  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING IN A PLAY – Kelly Geoppinger
  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING IN A PLAY – Sharon Rose Tyahur
  • EXCELLENCE IN COSTUME DESIGN – Linda Roll
  • EXCELLENCE IN DIRECTION – Burt McCollom

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2021-2022 Orchid Awards for The Drama Workshop

TDW_VERTALL TOGETHER NOW

  • EXCELLENCE IN ENSEMBLE – Linda Abbott and The Cast
  • EXCELLENCE IN MUSICAL THEATRE PERFORMANCE – Clare Hingsbergen
  • EXCELLENCE IN MUSICAL THEATRE PERFORMANCE – Jonathan Andrews
  • EXCELLENCE IN PRODUCING – Dennis Murphy
  • EXCELLENCE IN VOCAL DIRECTION – Linda Abbott

BRIGHT STAR

  • EXCELLENCE IN COSTUME DESIGN – Dennis Murphy assisted by Amy Eyers and Karen Romero
  • EXCELLENCE IN DIRECTION – Dennis Murphy
  • EXCELLENCE IN ENSEMBLE – Dennis Murphy and the Cast
  • EXCELLENCE IN HOUSE – Tobie Braverman & Karen Romero
  • EXCELLENCE IN LIGHT DESIGN – Dennis Murphy
  • EXCELLENCE IN LIGHT EXECUTION – Tobie Braverman
  • EXCELLENCE IN MUSICAL DIRECTION – Linda Abbott
  • EXCELLENCE IN MUSICAL THEATRE PERFORMANCE – Clare Hingsbergen
  • EXCELLENCE IN MUSICAL THEATRE PERFORMANCE – Forrest Fairley
  • EXCELLENCE IN MUSICAL THEATRE PERFORMANCE – Megan Horton
  • EXCELLENCE IN MUSICAL THEATRE PERFORMANCE – Nick Dunker
  • EXCELLENCE IN MUSICAL THEATRE PERFORMANCE – Peyton Hahn
  • EXCELLENCE IN MUSICAL THEATRE PERFORMANCE – Rob Bucher
  • EXCELLENCE IN MUSICAL THEATRE PERFORMANCE – Stefanie Adams
  • EXCELLENCE IN ORCHESTRAL PERFORMANCE – The Band
  • EXCELLENCE IN OTHER – Debbie Ward for Blue Ridge Mountain Murals
  • EXCELLENCE IN OVERALL PERFORMANCE QUALITY – Dennis Murphy and the Cast
  • EXCELLENCE IN SET DÉCOR – Dennis Murphy & Elaine Volker
  • EXCELLENCE IN STAGE MANAGEMENT – Tobie Braverman

FOOLISH FISHGIRLS AND THE PEARL

  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING IN A PLAY – David Radtke
  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING IN A PLAY – Holly Sauerbrunn
  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING IN A PLAY – Kristy Rucker
  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING IN A PLAY – Samantha Timmons
  • EXCELLENCE IN DIRECTION – Rose Vanden Eynden
  • EXCELLENCE IN ENSEMBLE – Rose Vanden Eynden and Cast
  • EXCELLENCE IN LIGHT DESIGN – Dennis Murphy
  • EXCELLENCE IN LIGHT EXECUTION – Amy Waldfogle
  • EXCELLENCE IN OVERALL TECHNICAL QUALITY – Elaine Volker & Crew
  • EXCELLENCE IN PRODUCING – Elaine Volker
  • EXCELLENCE IN PROGRAM – Elaine Volker
  • EXCELLENCE IN PROGRAM ART – George Hakim
  • EXCELLENCE IN PROPERTIES – Tobie Braverman
  • EXCELLENCE IN SET CONSTRUCTION – Greg Schaper, Kent Smith & Crew
  • EXCELLENCE IN SET DÉCOR – Dennis Murphy & Elaine Volker
  • EXCELLENCE IN SET DESIGN – Ray Persing
  • EXCELLENCE IN SOUND DESIGN – Jason Cox & Rose Vanden Eynden
  • EXCELLENCE IN SOUND EXECUTION – Jason Cox
  • EXCELLENCE IN STAGE MANAGEMENT – Amy Waldfogle

MAKING GOD LAUGH

  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING IN A PLAY – Claire Wagner
  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING IN A PLAY – Joe Ward
  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING IN A PLAY – Micheal Harris-Kiser
  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING IN A PLAY – Rusty Lacy
  • EXCELLENCE IN COSTUME DESIGN – Dennis Murphy
  • EXCELLENCE IN DIRECTION – Michael L. Morehead
  • EXCELLENCE IN PRODUCING – Elaine Volker
  • EXCELLENCE IN PROGRAM ART – George Hakim
  • EXCELLENCE IN PROPERTIES – Elaine Volker and Claire Wagner
  • EXCELLENCE IN SET DÉCOR – Betsy Obermeyer
  • EXCELLENCE IN SET DESIGN – Dennis Murphy
  • EXCELLENCE IN SOUND DESIGN – Jason Cox

THE COMPLETE WORKS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE ABRIDGED

  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING IN A PLAY – Chris Bishop, Jr.
  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING IN A PLAY – Eric Thomas
  • EXCELLENCE IN ACTING IN A PLAY – Peggy Allen
  • EXCELLENCE IN COSTUME DESIGN – Dennis Murphy
  • EXCELLENCE IN DIRECTION – Becky Collins assisted by Betsy Bossart
  • EXCELLENCE IN ENSEMBLE – Becky Collins and The Cast
  • EXCELLENCE IN OTHER – Running Crew/Dressers: Jessie Faye, Sophie Grant & Veronica Thomas
  • EXCELLENCE IN PRODUCING – Jason Cox and Dennis Murphy
  • EXCELLENCE IN PROPERTIES – Elaine Volker and Jessie Faye
  • EXCELLENCE IN SET CONSTRUCTION – C.J. Bossart and Crew
  • EXCELLENCE IN SET DESIGN – C.J. Bossart
  • EXCELLENCE IN STAGE COMBAT – Jeff Nieman
  • EXCELLENCE IN STAGE MANAGEMENT – Betsy Bossart

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