Dramafest 2010 Results

by October 1, 2010

Dramafest 2010 was held at Melville Theatre Company.

The adjudicator for Dramafest 2010 was Jenny McNae.

2010 Awards

The Dorothy Barber Award for Best Overall Production
Derek Drives a Datsun, Goldfields Repertory Club

The Mike Binns Award for Best Director
Simon James, When Nixon Met Elvis, Arena Arts & Entertainment

The Rob De Vaack Award for Most Innovative Production
Striptease, Upstart Theatre Company

The Peter Kemeny Encouragement Award
Stage Left Theatre Troupe

The Jenny McNae Adjudicator’s Award
Zoe Hollyoak, Hush Little Celia, Stirling Players – “last minute replacement and fine performance as Celia”

The Beryl Silvester Award for Best New Writing
John Grimshaw, Checkout, Melville Theatre Company

The Peter Mann Award for Best Costumes
Work – You’re Doing it Wrong, Stage Left Theatre Troupe

Best Actor
Nathan Catalano, Hooker from Hell, Kalamunda Amateur Dramatic Society

Best Actress
Leonie Lever, Hooker from Hell, Kalamunda Amateur Dramatic Society

Best Support Actor
Zach Hawke, The Shock of Recognition, Stage Left Theatre Troupe

Best Support Actress
Lisa Skrypichayko, Past Loves, Old Mill Theatre

People’s Choice Award
Hooker from Hell, Kalamunda Amateur Dramatic Society

Best Stage Manager
Sarah Gane, Stage Left Theatre Troupe and Goldfields Repertory Club

Adjudicators Certificates

“Masterly Property Master”
Martin Watkins, Irish Theatre Players

“Performance of Mr Wedgecock”
Adrian O’Neill, Checkout, Melville Theatre Company

“Set Design and Decor”
Work – You’re Doing it WrongStage Left Theatre Troupe

“Absolute Precision by the Cast”
When Nixon Met Elvis, Arena Arts & Entertainment

“For the Splendid Keening Finale in Riders of the Sea”
Riders of the Sea, Irish Theatre Players

“Fine Ensemble Playing”
Black Skirt, Stirling Players Youth

“LX Design and Execution”
The GameMelville Theatre Company

A Certificate of Appreciation for inter-club camaraderie was presented to Stirling Players from the ITA committee for assisting Stage Left Theatre Troupe when their projector decided to blow up.