Lyn and Denny Kaulback of the Revelstoke Theatre Company were awarded the Diamond of the Year award at Mainstage 2012 held in Kamloops this past week. Theatre BC's Diamond of the Year Award is for their work in the promotion and encouragement of community theatre in the past year by providing opportunities for participation

Photo: Diamonds in their eyes

Lyn and Denny Kaulback win Diamond of the Year award at Mainstage 2012 for their work promoting community theatre in Revelstoke.

Lyn and Denny Kaulback of the Revelstoke Theatre Company were awarded the Diamond of the Year award at Mainstage 2012 in Kamloops, B.C., on Saturday.

The couple received the award at the theatre festival’s closing ceremony. They were the stars of Mending Fences, Revelstoke’s production at the provincial theatre festival.

They received the Theatre BC Diamond of the Year award is for their work in the promotion and encouragement of community theatre over the past year by providing opportunities for participation, education and sharing the enjoyment of diverse theatre experiences.

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