Village Theatre’s one-act play results

Theatre groups from around the Island competed at the festival in October

Results from the 9th annual One Act Play Festival in Qualicum Beach held at the Village Theatre:

Best Play: Chekhov by Courtenay Little Theatre.

Best Director: Vivian Douglas for Chekhov.

Best Original Script: Rappaport Redux  by Brian March.

Best Female Actor in a Lead Role –

Two winners – Anna Hamersley in Chekhov and Ally Harris in Sister Mary Ignatious Explains It All For You.

Best Male Actor in a Lead Role – Nika Berry in Chekhov.

Best Female Actor in a Supporting Role – Susan Warner in Tooth or Dare.

Best Male Actor in a Supporting Role – Barrie Baker in Rappaport Redux.

Best Ensemble – Cedar Community Secondary School for Sister  Mary Ignatious Explains It All For You.

Certificates of Achievement:

Best Friends in Conflict – Aviva Fox & Rosalee Sullivan in Remember Me.

Best Friends – Lynne Macara & Mary Bedard – Green in Save Me A Place At Forest Lawn.

Original Script – Greg Finnegan for Home Sweet Home.

 

— NEWS Staff

 

 

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