GILLIAN Wins MCT Awards

Mesquite Community Theatre held their annual  awards banquet Saturday night and presented two awards to cast members of their 2009 production of To Gillian On Her 37th Birthday.  Written by Michael Brady and directed by Brad Stephens, the critically-acclaimed production ran in April of last year and garnered multiple nominations.

Larry Jack Dotson took home the coveted People’s Choice Award.  Dotson won the hearts of audiences with his sincere performance as Paul, a seemingly brow-beaten husband who carefully chooses when to assert himself.  Arlette Morgan took home the Best Featured Actress trophy for her multi-layered portrayal of the title character.

Congratulations go out to them and all the winners of this year’s banquet.

  • LEAD ACTRESS: Jan Summar, Belles
  • LEAD ACTOR: Steve Iwanski, The Dining Room
  • SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Ashley Curts, Belles
  • SUPPORTING ACTOR: Steve Iwanski, The Butler Did It
  • FEATURED ACTRESS: Arlette Morgan, To Gillian On Her 37th Birthday
  • BEST SHOW: Belles
  • BEST DIRECTOR: Lois Sheeler, Belles
  • BEST ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: Scott Croy, The Dining Room
  • BEST SET DESIGN: Tina Pisanelle, Belles
  • BEST COSTUME DESIGN: Emily Hunt, The Butler Did It
  • BEST LIGHT DESIGN: Scott Croy, Belles
  • PEOPLE’S CHOICE — Don’t Dress For Dinner: Alex Wade
  • PEOPLE’S CHOICE — To Gillian On Her 37th Birthday: Larry Jack Dotson
  • PEOPLE’S CHOICE — The Dining Room: Cory Timmons and Aaron McDavis
  • PEOPLE’S CHOICE — Belles: Shannon Souddress
  • PEOPLE’S CHOICE — The Butler Did It: Rachel Hall
  • 2009 OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT AWARD: Dan Tillman 

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