2011 Full Length Festival

April 3rd, 2011
Adjudicator - John Lazarus
The 2011 Festival was a travelling festival. The Awards Brunch was hosted by Peterborough Theatre Guild.


Peterborough Theatre Guild
Art by Yasmina Reza
February 18 - March 5, 2011
Domino Theatre, Kingston
Trying by Joanna McClelland Glass
March 10 - March 26, 2011
Ottawa Little Theatre
The Long Weekend by Norm Foster
February 8 - February 26, 2011
Valley Players of Almonte
Looking by Norm Foster
February 11, 12, 13 (14:30 pm), 18, 19, 2011
Theatre Night in Merrickville
The Farm Show by Theatre Passe Muraille
March 31 - April 3, 2011
Northumberland Players-Cobourg
Having Hope at Home by David S. Craig
October 22 - November 7, 2010

Adjudicator John Lazarus is an internationally-known, award-winning Canadian playwright and teacher. He has taught at Studio 58, the Vancouver Film School, and the National Theatre School, and is presently a professor in the Drama Department at Queen’s University. For many years he worked as the Vancouver theatre critic for CBC Radio. In addition to the E.O.D.L., he has also adjudicated for Theatre B.C., the Association of B.C. Drama Educators, and the Sears Festivals, and this year he is adjudicating festivals for both the Eastern Ontario and Western Ontario Drama Leagues. His latest play, Trouble on Dibble Street, was produced this past summer at the St. Lawrence Shakespeare Festival, Prescott, and his next play, Old Enough to Kill, will be produced on Queen’s campus by Gnu Ground this coming April. John is a graduate of the National Theatre School.





Armagh Sifton-Price Award: Adjudicator Award for the music
Theatre Night in Merrickville - The Farm Show
Marcia Phillips and her musicians Paul Sutterlin and Gary Roberts
 
Arnold Connerty Award: Adjudicator Award for the fake accent
Northumberland Players, Cobourg - Having Hope tat Home
Greg Curtis as Michel
 
Bancroft Theatre Guild Award for Acting Excellence
Valley Players, Almonte - Looking
Robert Horne as Andy
Nominated: Ken Godmere as Roger, Ottawa Little Theatre - The Long Weekend
 
City of Pembroke Trophy: Adjudicator Award for the most sophisticated production
Peterborough Theatre Guild - Art
 
Deep River Players Award: Best Visual Presentation
Theatre Night in Merrickville - The Farm Show
Set Design by Rod Fournier, Gillian Morden and Andrea Howard; Set Decorating and Scene Painting by Gillian Morden;
Costumes by Nancy Harris and Lighting by Kendrick de Lepper and Rich Huton
 
John L. Walley Award: Best Costuming
Domino Theatre Inc. - Trying
Claudia Wade, Costume Designer
 
Kingston Trophy: Best Production of a Canadian Play
Ottawa Little Theatre - The Long Weekend
 
Leonard Beaulne Memorial Trophy: Best Actor in a Major Role
Domino Theatre Inc. - Trying
William Morrow as Judge Francis Biddle
 
Leonard Beaulne Memorial Trophy: Best Actress in a Major Role
Northumberland Players, Cobourg - Having Hope at Home
Jody Ledgerwood as Carolyn (Caro)
 
Margaret White Award: For Acting Excellence
Ottawa Little Theatre - The Long Weekend
Irish O'Brien as Wynn
Nominated: Honor Sylvester as Dawn, Northumberland Players, Cobourg - Having Hope at Home
and Melanie Hollingworth as Abby, Ottawa Little Theatre - The Long Weekend
 
Peterborough Theatre Guild Award: Best Use of Speech
Peterborough Theatre Guild - Art
Randy Lawrence as Yvan
 
Peterborough Theatre Guild Award: Set Design
Peterborough Theatre Guild - Art
Ian Burns and Wyatt Lamoureux, Set Designers
Nominated: Domino Theatre Inc.- Trying
and Ottawa Little Theatre - The Long Weekend
 
Ron Hazelgrove Award: Best Cameo Performance
Theatre Night in Merrickville - The Farm Show
Gerard Phillips for the bale scene
 
Thérèse May Memorial Award: Outstanding Contribution by a Student (based on information gleaned from the leadership of the various theatre companies)
Valley Players, Almonte- Looking
Jeff Gourgon, Sound Technician
 
Trentonian and Tri-County Award: Best Director
Domino Theatre Inc. - Trying
Penny Nash
 
Leslie M. Frost Award: Best Production

Domino Theatre Inc.- Trying
Nominated: Ottawa Little Theatre - The Long Weekend
 

Updated: 27 March 2015