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Wednesday, March 26, 2014



 Well done to all the people and productions who won Reps Afdis Awards for 2013, presented  at Saturday night’s gala show and ceremony in the theatre. Reps would like to thank African Distillers for sponsoring the awards event and for helping the society recognise and encourage excellence through this awards competition. It was particularly pleasing to have the attendance of members of the Afdis management team and top customers present for the occasion.


The winners are:

The Oude Meester Trophy for best production of 2013: Colder Than Here (directed by Graham Crutchley and stage managed by Jonathan Hall)

Best actor in a leading role (The John Keeling Award) – Mike Southall (The Woman In Black)

Best actress in a leading role (The George Barnes Award) – Clare Hingeston (Colder Than Here)

Best supporting actor (The Alan Parkinson Award) – Mike Blackburn (Colder Than Here)

Best supporting actress (The Allan Shaw Award) – Kyla Render (Colder Than Here)

Best minor performance (The Prentice Trophy) – Marc Thomas (A Little Bit Country)

Best junior performance (The Reps Award for under-16s) – Gabriella Koudounaris (The Sound of Music)

Best comedy performance (The Alastair and Wendy Booth Award) – Stephane Thomas (Cinderella)

Most outstanding music performance (Dave Roberts Memorial Trophy) – Molly Dzangare (Festival of Viennese Operetta).

Best Technical (The Sue Greener Award) – Hesbe Chivers (costume design for The Sound of Music)

Best first performance at Reps (The Hugh Dornhurst Trophy) – Savanna Bester (The Sound of Music)

Best contribution to dance and movement (The Reps Trophy) – Clare Hingeston (Choreography for The Sound of Music)

Best Director (Isabeau Granger Trophy) – Graham Crutchley (Colder Than Here)

Best stage properties (Marjorie Legg Trophy) – Philippa Johnston (The Woman In Black)

Best stage manager (Trevor Keeling Award) – Tim Garrard (The Sound of Music)

The Adrian Stanley Award – Hesbe Chivers (contribution to development of costumes and wardrobe)

The Munro Trophy for Best All Round Contribution – Mike Blackburn

The Steve Bonney Award – The Beit Trust (support to Reps for the upgrading of Theatre Upstairs)

Reps Afdis Schools Festival winner – Arundel School’s Julius Caesar; runner up: Chisipite School’s Once Upon A Mattress

Repteens awards:

Best Overall Mime and Movement – Neverson Kusokora

The Bartlett Comedy Cup – Thulani Nzonzo

The Aaron Trophy for most Contribution – KJ Greeff

Best Technical – Alexander Blackburn

Most Improved Actress – Joy Chipidza

Most Improved Actor – Rangarirai Kanokanga

Best Actor – Samuel Mundawarara

Best Actress – Meredith Render

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