2010 Spring Festival

2010 Full-Length Festival

March 24th - 28th, 2010
Adjudicator - Jane Carnwath
The 2010 Spring Festival was hosted by Peterborough Theatre Guild

Peterborough Theatre Guild
"Marion Bridge" by Daniel MacIvor
 
Domino Theatre, Kingston
"Doubt" by John Patrick Shanley
 
Ottawa Little Theatre
"The Memory of Water" by Shelagh Stephenson
 
Belleville Theatre Guild
"The Art of War" by George F. Walker 

Director, writer, adjudicator - Jane Carnwath has worked and taught in all aspects of the theatre. An MFA in theatre from York University, she was Professor of Acting in the Music Theatre Program at Sheridan College for ten years. For several years she was Program Director of the Alumnae Theatre in Toronto. Her most recent directing credits include After You by Dave Carley, Homeward Bound by Elliot Hayes, and Pride And Prejudice, all for the Alumnae Theatre. She's currently directing a production of Hedda Gabler, adapted by Judith Thompson, also for the Alumnae, opening November 2010.She works with community theatre groups as production consultant and acting instructor. She taught a directing intensive at Theatre Ontario Summer Courses for a number of years. Jane has adjudicated for WODL, EODL, QUONTA and ACT-CO, as well as the Theatre Saskatchewan Festival. In 2005 she adjudicated the Theatre Ontario Festival in Belleville

Armagh Sifton-Price Award:  Adjudicator Award for creative and inventive blocking

Ottawa Little Theatre - "The Memory of Water"

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Arnold Connerty Award: Adjudicator Award for the memorable moment of the gin game

Peterborough Theatre Guild - "Marion Bridge"

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Bancroft Theatre Guild Award: For Acting Excellence

Ottawa Little Theatre - "The Memory of Water "
Ken Godmere as Mike

Nominated: Ryan Zaback as Jamie, Belleville Theatre Guiild - "The Art of War"

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City of Pembroke Trophy: Adjudicator Award for for excellence in ensemble performance

Ottawa Little Theatre - "The Memory of Water"

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Deep River Players Award: Best Visual Presentation

Ottawa Little Theatre - "The Memory of Water"

Nominated: Peterborough Theatre Guild - "Marion Bridge"

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John L. Walley Award: Best Costuming

Ottawa Little Theatre - "The Memory of Water"
Joan Sullivan-Eady

Nominated: Denise Bond, Domino Theatre - "Doubt"

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Kingston Trophy: Best Production of a Canadian Play

Peterborough Theatre Guild - "Marion Bridge"

Nominated: Belleville Theatre Guiild - "The Art of War"

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Leonard Beaulne Memorial Trophy: Best Actor in a Major Role

Domino Theatre - "Doubt"
Christopher Sleeth as Father Flynn

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Leonard Beaulne Memorial Trophy: Best Actress in a Major Role

Domino Theatre - "Doubt"
Sandie Cond as Sister Aloysius

Nominated: Jane Morris as Teresa, Ottawa Little Theatre - "The Memory of Water"

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Margaret White Award: For Acting Excellence

Domino Theatre - "Doubt"
Sara Harrison as Sister James

Nominated: Shannon Junkin as Louise, Peterborough Theatre Guild - "Marion Bridge"

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Peterborough Theatre Guild Award: Best Use of Speech

Not awarded this year

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Peterborough Theatre Guild Award: Set Design

Peterborough Theatre Guild - "Marion Bridge"
Al Tye

Nominated: Nancy Solman, Ottawa Little Theatre - "The Memory of Water"

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Ron Hazelgrove Award: Best Cameo Performance

Domino Theatre - "Doubt"
Tamara Thomas as Mrs. Muller

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Thérèse May Memorial Award: Outstanding Student

see note below

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Trentonian and Tri-County Award: Best Director

Domino Theatre - "Doubt"
Frances Berry

Nominated: Geoff Gruson, Ottawa Little Theatre - "The Memory of Water"

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Leslie M. Frost Award: Best Production

Domino Theatre - "Doubt"

Nominated: Ottawa Little Theatre - "The Memory of Water"

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The Thérèse May Memorial Award (now the EODL Scholarship Award): Outstanding Contribution by a Student and the Pat Beharriel Scholarship Award were awarded at the One-Act Play Festival in November 2010

Updated:  27 March 2015