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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2013 Week 3 Hansard (26 February) . . Page.. 769..


Adjournment

Motion (by Mr Corbell) proposed:

That the Assembly do now adjourn.

CAT awards

MR COE (Ginninderra) (4.57): On 16 February I was once again pleased to attend the ActewAGL Canberra area theatre awards. As in previous years, I would like to acknowledge the winners.

The best set designer for a play was Sam Lloyd; the best set designers for a musical were Wendy Glover and Mal, Donna and Amy Copeland. The best costume designer for a play award went to Judi Sando and Kylie Dolan; the best costume designer for a musical was Ritva Jokinen; the best costume designer for a school or youth production was Chelsea Wright.

The Blumers Lawyers best lighting designer was Cynthia Jolley-Rogers. The technical achievement award went to James McPherson. The John Thomson magic moment of theatre award went to the Canberra Youth Theatre. The Blumers Lawyers best original work for a school or youth production award went to Romko Hordynsky. The Blumers Lawyers best original work award went to the scriptwriting team of the ANU Med Revue. The John Barilaro MP best ensemble in a play award went to Chevalier College.

The Dalton Peace Real Estate best ensemble in a musical award went to Shevaun Brown, Christa Radley, Christie Green, Cath Adams and Belinda McGrath. The Patricia Kelson encouragement award went to Alexandra Davis. The Sarah Byrne best orchestra award went to Supa Productions. The Queanbeyan Players best orchestra for a school or youth production award went to the ACT Senior Concert Band.

The Ryleho best youth actor in a featured role in a play was Sam Williams; the Ryleho best youth actress in a featured role in a play was Hannah Lawson; the Ryleho best youth actor in a featured role in a musical was Emerson Garcia; the Ryleho best youth actress in a featured role in a musical was Arabella Jorgensen-Hull.

The Association of Community Theatre Inc best youth actor in a leading role in a play award went to Alex Richards and Bryson Grenfell; the Association of Community Theatre Inc best youth actress in a leading role in a play was Jill Greig; the Association of Community Theatre Inc best youth actor in a leading role in a musical awards went to Andrew Campbell and Jock Pryse Jones; the Association of Community Theatre Inc best youth actress in a leading role in a musical award went to Jessica Dunn and Steffanni Gardener.

The Co-op at the University of Canberra best variety performance by an individual or ensemble award went to Mark Oates and Sara Turner, Daniel Cotton and Zane Campbell. The Crowne Plaza best actor in a featured role in a play was Sam Hannan-Morrow. The Glass best actress in a featured role in a play was Andrea Close. The


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