The Revelstoke Theatre Company is returning from the Kootenay Zone competition in Creston with a few awards for its play The Dumb Waiter. Anita Hallewas won for best director

Photo: Revelstoke Theatre Company wins awards

The Revelstoke Theatre Company is returning from the Kootenay Zone competition in Creston with a few awards for its play The Dumb Waiter.

The Revelstoke Theatre Company is returning from the Kootenay Zone competition in Creston with a few awards for its play The Dumb Waiter. Anita Hallewas won for best director, and Anna Fin and Sarah Harper won for best actress. Pictured, from left: actress Anna Fin, stage manager Gabriella Draboczi, director Anita Hallewas, set designer Brad Binnington and actress Sarah Harper. Creston’s Footlighters Theatre Society won the award for best production for its performance of Almost Golden.

By Brian Lawrence/Black Press

 

 

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