The 2014 Ruby Griffith Award Winners Announced

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Last Sunday, July 13, 2014, The 2014 Ruby Griffith Award winners were announced at a ceremony at Bretton Woods Recreation Center in Germantown, MD.

2nd Star Productions' 'Hello, Dolly'!' winner of the "All Round Production Excellence.'  Photo by Harvey Levine.

2nd Star Productions’ ‘Hello, Dolly’!’ winner of the “All Round Production Excellence.’ Photo by Harvey Levine.

The awards honor the best productions in Community Theatre in the DC Metro area.

Here are the recipients!

L to R) Gene Valendo (Horace Vandergelder), Pam Shilling (Mrs. Irene Molloy), and Nori Morton (Dolly Levi). Photo Courtesy of 2nd Star Productions and Debe Tighe.

L to R) Gene Valendo (Horace Vandergelder), Pam Shilling (Mrs. Irene Molloy), and Nori Morton (Dolly Levi). Photo Courtesy of 2nd Star Productions and Debe Tighe.

All Round Production Excellence
2nd Star Productions
Hello, Dolly!

Horton (Keith Tittermary) and the Whos. Photo courtesy of Elli Swink.

Horton (Keith Tittermary) and the Whos. Photo courtesy of Elli Swink.

Outstanding Achievement in a Musical
Damascus Theatre Company
Seussical

(L-R) Andrea Spitz (Brooke) and Bill Hurlbut (Lyman). Photo by Harvey Levine.

(L-R) Andrea Spitz (Brooke) and Bill Hurlbut (Lyman). Photo by Harvey Levine.

Outstanding Achievement in a Play
Silver Spring Stage
Other Desert Cities

L to R: Jack Point (Gary Sullivan), Elsie Maynard (Amy Broadbent), Sir Richard Cholmondeley (Andrew Pardini), and Wilfred Shadbot (Blair Eig). Photo by Harvey Levine.

L to R: Jack Point (Gary Sullivan), Elsie Maynard (Amy Broadbent), Sir Richard Cholmondeley (Andrew Pardini), and Wilfred Shadbot (Blair Eig). Photo by Harvey Levine.

Outstanding Achievement in a Musical
First Runner-Up
Victorian Lyric Opera Company
The Yeomen of the Guard

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Outstanding Achievement in a Play
First Runner-Up
The Colonial Players
These Shining Lives

an Brown-Gorrell and Laura Gepford star in Rockville Musical Theatre’s production of ‘Crazy for You.’ Photo by Paul Lee Photography.

an Brown-Gorrell and Laura Gepford star in Rockville Musical Theatre’s production of ‘Crazy for You.’ Photo by Paul Lee Photography.

Outstanding Achievement in a Musical
Second Runner-Up
Rockville Musical Theatre
Crazy for You

Sam Thomas (De(Jeanette Horne}, Guy Jacobs (Malcolm), and Delia Patterson (Christine Wells). Photo by Michael deBlois.

Sam Thomas (De(Jeanette Horne}, Guy Jacobs (Malcolm), and Delia Patterson (Christine Wells). Photo by Michael deBlois.

Outstanding Achievement in a Play
Second Runner-Up
Port City Playhouse
Blues for an Alabama Sky

Valjean (David Merrill) and Fantine (Michelle Hill). Photo by Ernie Achenbach.

Valjean (David Merrill) and Fantine (Michelle Hill). Photo by Ernie Achenbach.

Outstanding Achievement in a Musical
Third Runner-Up
Kensington Arts Theatre
Les Misérables

Artie (Adam Downs) and Corrinna (Brittany Marinakos) and the nuns (Courtney Fonnesbeck, Jennifer Rubio, and Allison Turkel). Photo by Chip Gertzog.

Artie (Adam Downs) and Corrinna (Brittany Marinakos) and the nuns (Courtney Fonnesbeck, Jennifer Rubio, and Allison Turkel). Photo by Chip Gertzog.

Outstanding Achievement in a Play
Third Runner-Up
Providence Players of Fairfax
The House of Blue Leaves

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One Response to The 2014 Ruby Griffith Award Winners Announced

  1. Diane Carroad July 20, 2014 at 11:16 am #

    Kudos to all! SO MUCH theatre in this area — impossible to see all. Both prof’l and community theatre: top-knotch!