Cast and crew of Winning Juliet are all smiles after winning Outstanding Production at the Sears Drama Festival Friday night. Photo by Jeff Graham.
Results from the District Sears Drama are in and the cast and crew of Winning Juliet are walking on cloud nine as adjudicator Nicolas Van Burek gave them the nod of approval with the award for Outstanding Performance.
In all Van Burek handed out 16 awards to a collection of outstanding and talented students.
- Julia Capra Almaguin Highlands "Riffs"
Awards of Merit
- Ensemble Performance, Chippewa "To Burn a Witch"
- Performance, Maggie Wolfe Chippewa "To Burn a Witch"
- Performance, Celeste Bouchard Algonquin "Je suis qui je suis"
- Performance, Wanya Bessette Algonquin "Je suis je suis"
- Performance, Taylor Dawney Almaguin Highlands "Riffs"
- Performance, Kylie Grube Widdifield "Macbeth"
Awards of Excellence
- Collective Script Writing, Algonuin "Je suis qui je suis"
- Ensemble Performance Widdifield "Macbeth"
- 3Witches Ensemble(Brandy Kent, Renata Woods, Charlotte Robinson) Widdifield "Macbeth"
- Ensemble Performance, West Ferris "All the World's a Stage"
- Performance, Punit Trivedi, Almaguin Highlands, "Riffs"
- St.Joseph-Scollard Hall "Winning Juliet"
Wildcard Outstanding Performances
- Algonquin "Je suis qui je suis"
- West Ferris "All the World's a Stage"
- Almaguin Highlands "Riffs"
Winning Juliet now travels to Cobalt for the regional Sears Drama Festival April 24, 25 and 26.