Presenting at The Column Awards

I am thrilled to announce that I have accepted an invitation to be a presenter at the 11th Annual Column Awards Gala.  Last month I was nominated in the category of Best Supporting Actor in a Play (non-equity) for my portrayal of George Deever in last year’s ICT MainStage production of Arthur Miller’s All My Sons.  This is my first nomination and will be my first time presenting at this prestigious event.

The Column Awards is the only awards organization in the DFW area that honors excellence in theater throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. This marks their 11th year. The Column Awards also serves as a major fundraiser for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.  In fact, they are the only awards organization in the United States that does this. The organization donates all money raised at the gala (after operating costs).

Broadway leading man Ron Bohmer will be coming to Dallas Texas to Co-host and perform at the 2010 Column Theatre Awards Gala on March 8, 2010 in Dallas Texas.  In a career spanning 20 years on Broadway, Ron has been privileged to work and collaborate with artists like Andrew Lloyd Webber, Jerome Robbins, Trevor Nunn, Harold Prince, John Caird, Tim Rice, Betty Comden & Adolf Green, Jerry Mitchell, Juliette Prowse, Maury Yeston, Sarah Brightman, Frank Wildhorn, Francesca Zambello, Gerard Alessandrini, Ruth Mitchell, Terrence McNally, Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty.

The Column Awards will be held at the exquisite Carpenter Hall Theater at the Irving Arts Center, 3333 N. MacArthur Blvd, Irving Texas.  The Gala will be held on Monday, March 8, 2010. Cocktail reception is from 6:00pm-7:00pm, with the awards ceremony starting at 7:00pm. General Admission ticket prices are $25.00. $50.00 includes the VIP catered reception to meet, greet, and take pictures with Mr. Bohmer.

Box Office Hours are from noon-5pm, from Tuesday-Saturday. Call 972-252-ARTS (2787).

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One response to “Presenting at The Column Awards

  1. Les

    Congratulations! We knew you had talent, we didn’t get to see that play but Much Ado was terrific for both you and Gen. Looking forward to the Doon.

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