TheatreFest Gallery 2014
- Last Updated: Tuesday, 15 September 2015 21:45
Photos from TheatreFest 2014 Finals
John Cocking, playwright, received the Olga E Harding New New Zealand Playwriting Award for "Snap Time" from Dave Armstrong, Assessor.
Rob Ormsby, director for "Silent Majority", Porirua Little Theatre, accepts the Jannat Aitchison Memorial Award for Distinctve Emerging Talent on behalf of Natalie Hunt who composed and played music for "Act Without Words" by Samuel Beckett.
Robyn-ann Rumney with her Jannat Aitchison Memorial Award for Distinctive Emerging Talent with Nanette Wright. She played Betty Robertson in "Bonking James Bond" by April Phillips for Rotorua Little Theatre.
Josh Penfold with his Jannat Aitchison Memorial Award for Emerging Distinctive Talent with Nanette Wright. He played Aaron in "Verbatim" by William Brandt and Miranda Harcourt for Elmwood Players. He is with Nanette Wright.
David Chambers, Adjudicator presents the Selecon Design/Technical Award to Rob Ormsby, director of "Act Without Words" by Samuel Beckett.
Tony Harvey of Hutt Repertory Theatre won the David Brockett Award for Backstage Achievement.
Theatre New Zealand Award for Best Actor Female was won by Sheree Hawker as Danica in "Verbatim" by William Brandt and Miranda Harcourt, directed by Susan Cameron for Elmwood Players.
Sharyn Hildreth accepts the Denise Walsh Award for Best New Zealand Play for "Snap Time" by John Cocking.
Avonside Girls' High devised and directed "Cracked" and won the Bryan Aitken Award for Best Youth Production.
The Ewen Coleman Award for Best New Zealand Play went to Napier Repertory Players for "Snap Time" by John Cocking.
The team from Napier Repertory Players received the Book of Honour for their production of "Snap Time" by John Cocking directed by Sharyn Hidreth. They are pictured with all their trophies. John Cocking won the Theatre New Zealand Award for Best Actor, Male as well.