Tuesday, October 5, 2010

InterAct Wins Three 2010 Barrymore Awards

On Monday, October 4, the Theatre Alliance of Greater Philadelphia celebrated the 2009/2010 theatre sSeason by announcing the 2010 Barrymore Awards for Excellence in Theatre at a gala ceremony held at the Walnut Street Theatre. InterAct was the recipients of three Barrymore Awards (out of five nominations). InterAct extends a big "Congratulations!" and "Thank You!" to the artists, designers and everyone who worked on these productions:

The Brown Martin Philadelphia Award

The Ted and Stevie Wolf Award for New Approaches to Collaborations
InterAct Theatre Company & City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program for CITY OF NUMBERS: mixtape of a city...

Outstanding Choreography/Movement
John Bellomo & Tony “Hitman” Stetson for

Now in its 16th year, the Barrymore Awards are the Greater Philadelphia region's only comprehensive theatre awards program, recognizing artists for excellence and innovation while serving to increase awareness of the richness of the local theatre community. The Barrymore Awards are a nationally recognized symbol of excellence for theatre in this region, raising the bar for the work produced by local theatres and individual artists, and generating significant coverage in all the local newspapers and in national trade publications. Each year, over 120 shows produced by the region's professional theatres are reviewed by the Barrymore Voters. This year, 24 of Theatre Alliance's 76 member theatres received nominations for a total of 40 productions.
For a complete list of nominees and winners, check out these links:
Theatre Alliance's Complete List of Recipients & Nominees
Philadelphia Inquirer's Coverage of the Ceremony

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