They Are Our Backbone ...

Theatre is an expensive pursuit. There are royalties to be paid. Every production requires funds for sets, costumes, wigs, make-up, properties, publicity and programs. There are ongoing expenses for lighting and sound equipment. When you lease a space, there are rent and utilities to be paid. And MCP tries to improve Theatre 42 as much as possible in order to make it more and more comfortable and accommodating to its performers, technicians and staff, and most importantly, for its audiences. Without the financial support of very generous individuals, MCP would not be able to continue to provide community theatre. And so with grateful hearts we acknowledge the support of the following:


Angels ($500+)
Phil & Laureen Catlin
Tom & Sara Davis
Jason & Lara Gonzalez
Eric Grimm
Peyton Hahn
Darren Lee & Trisha Cooper
Matt & Jennifer Lisa
Gail Rose
Bill & Gaylene Schumacher
Tim & Debbie Wesolowski

Producers’ Guild ($250-$499)
Mary Stan Fizer
Tim Geering
Becca McLaughlin
John & Pat Miller
Maureen “Mo” Rettig
Tom & Paula Johansen Triplett
Directors’ Circle ($100-$249)
Terri Beerens
Susan Berger
Perry & Melissia Gary
Theresa Kahle
Sonya Neff
Julie Poux
Rich & Gail Rudolph
Mickey Samons*
Bob & Charnice Supper*

Players’ Club ($50-$99)
Theo & Paula J. Brinkman
Tom & Diane Caruso
Fred & Royal Duncan
Gloria Giannestras
Larry & Verol Hirth
Carol Horst
Pete & Laura Padolik
Brian & Caroline Poedtke
Linda Powers

Patrons ($25-$49)
Mike & Jane Renkiewicz

Friends of MCP ($15-$24)
Brian & Jennifer Bisig
Josi Gottfried
Esther Larson
Marilyn Lee
Jackie Matisse
Randy & Cathy Overbeck

                                                   * In Memory of Jason Holt

MCP Leadership

The 2019 Board of Directors for
Mason Community Players, Inc.

Matt Lisa, President
Peyton Hahn, Vice-President
Tessa Catlin, Secretary
Susan Berger, Treasurer

Members-at-Large
Dana Davis               Bonnie Emmer
         Melissia Gary             Eric Johansen
      Darren Lee               Gail Rudolph
      Robert Terry

Committees

Communications Committee
Phil Catlin, Chair
Susan Berger
Laureen Catlin
Phil Catlin
Stephen Catlin
Tessa Catlin
Ashley Keene
Julie Poux
Gail Rudolph
Gaylene May Schumacher
Robert Terry

Facilities Committee
Larry Hirth, Chair
Matt Lisa, Facilities Manager
Susan Berger
Tom Caruso
Eric Grimm
Becca McLaughlin

Finance Committee
Jon Scheiding, Chair
Susan Berger
Laureen Catlin

Tessa Catlin
Jonathan Eckman
Bonnie Emmer
Melissia Gary
Eric Grimm


Liaison Committee
Joel Lind, ACT Representative, OCTA Delegate
Laureen Catlin
Gail Rudolph

Membership Committee
Perry Gary, Chair
Diane Caruso
Dana Davis
Mary Stan Fizer
Paula Johansen Triplett
Becca McLaughlin

Mo Rettig
Gaylene May Schumacher

Production Performance Committee
Matt Lisa, Acting Chair
Carly Baumgartner
Laureen Catlin
Jason Gonzalez

Eric Grimm
Darren Lee

Jim Watson

This Year's Honorees

Each year, Mason Community Players honors a number of members for their dedication and community spirit. These members are honored at the group's annual banquet. The 2018 Banquet, celebrating the shows and events of 2017, was held January 6th in the Pavilion at the Golf Center in Mason.

Some of the awards are humorous; some are in appreciation for service during the year and some are to honor the continued and dedicated service of many years. All are given in a spirit of gratitude for the members who give so much of their time, their talent, their skill and their knowledge to make MCP a success. Listed below are the individuals who were recognized for their "contributions" in 2017.

Below this list are links to all the recipients of the most prestigious awards.



Honored this year:


Bloody Smurfs (drawing blood in the service of MCP)
Jess Bunn ... tried to remove her pinkie finger from her hand during the strike of The Foreigner
Mary Stan Fizer ... drew blood in the construction of the set for Enchanted April
Jay Fultz ... drew blood in the construction of the set for Enchanted April
Nick Godfrey ... drew blood in the construction of set for The Fantasticks
Larry Hirth ... cut himself while building the orchestra pit stage right before Man of La Mancha
Gaylene May Schumacher ... drew blood in the construction of the set for Enchanted April

MO-Trin Awards (harming one's self in the service of MCP without loss of blood)
Taylor Duecker ... cause the poor thing was always slipping and sliding and bruising herself during rehearsals of Sentimental Journey
Abby Farmer ... for falling during the performance of Sing, Sing, Sing, the final swing dance of Sentimental Journey
Mary Stan Fizer ... because she left a hammer on the top of the ladder she was using, came down and then proceeded to move the ladder so that the hammer ended up on her head during lobby set up for an of La Mancha
Missy Fram ... for slipping under the stage and bruising her shins very badly during a rehearsal for Sentimental Journey
John David Hamilton ... who wanted to be specially nominated for the MO-Trin when he injured himself during strike for Sentimental Journey (but Mo said, when something is noticed, there is no need to beg for recognition when it comes to Smurfs and MO-Trins)
Rachel Kavanaugh Gibson ... fell backstage during Sentimental Journey and messed up her ankle
Jennifer Lisa ... because when Linda Wilt got the curling iron too close to her and started to burn her face she grabbed it with her hand to move it away
Julie Poux ... the curtain rod covering the opening to the women's Green Room came down and hit her on the head during Sentimental Journey
Gaylene May Schumacher ... because she fell during Intermission of Enchanted April and because she left a hammer on the top of the ladder she was using, came down and then proceeded to move the ladder so that the hammer ended up on her head during lobby set up for an of La Mancha
Allison Shaw ... because the lid to the trunk where all of the props were stored for The Fantasticks came down and hit her on the head
Julie Walborn ... the curtain rod covering the opening to the women's Green Room came down and hit her on the head during Sentimental Journey

A special MO-Trin was given to Rachel Freund for fixing the curtain rod covering the opening to the women's dressing room of the infamous Sentimental Journey, so that Mo was not forced to give out hundreds of MO-Trins for everyone who might walk through and have the rod come down on their head

Most Community Player (chosen by vote of cast, crew, staff of show)

For The Fantasticks

Musician: Sara Davis
Technician: Carly Jo Baumgartner
Performer: Perry Gary


For Enchanted April
Technician: Jess Bunn, Jonathan Eckman
Performer: Rachel Kavanaugh, Jay Fultz

For The Best Tuna Helper of Red, White & Tuna
Julie Walborn


For Man of La Mancha
Musician: Bill Pohl
Technician: Dana Davis, Jim Hall

Performer: David Shough

For The Foreigner
Technician: Aimee Pendergraft
Performer: David Pendergraft

For Senimental Journey: A Salute to the USO
Musician: Bill Pohl
Technician: Jim Hall
Performer: David Thompson 


Magnet Mayhem (given by Catlin Family to highlight some occurrence from the past year)
Each individual who served either as a Producer, Director, Stage Manager, Choreographer or Musical Director (Vocal, Instrumental or Both) from the beginning of Theatre 42 in 2015 to the present ... they are now members of MCP's "High Five Club."

Silver Service Awards (named by any group member for service above and beyond the call of duty)
Corey Ballard, Carly Jo Baumgartner, Leah Busick, Sara Davis, Tom Davis, Kevin Dunaway, Jonathan Eckman, Rachel Freund, John David Hamilton, Larry Hirth, Melissia Gary, Rachel Kavanaugh Gibson, Peyton Hahn, Darren Lee, Isabella Lisa, Becca McLaughlin, Pete Padolik, Aimee Pendergraft, David Pendergraft, Bill Pohl, Julie Poux, David Shough, David Thompson, Caroline Wallman, and a Platinum one to Mary Stan Fizer 

Business of the Year (chosen via vote by the Board of Directors)
Joseph Auto Group

Catlin Award (chosen by the previous recipient and given to a member whose participation is or began because of their devotion to family or friend)

No Recipient This Year

Jason Holt Award honoring the Technician of the Year (chosen via vote by the Board of Directors for dedication to the technical aspects of productions throughout the year)

Jess Bunn

Vice-President's Award (chosen by the Vice-President to honor dedicated service by a member for 5 or less years)

Jonathan Eckman

President's Award (chosen by the President to honor dedicated service by a member for 6 to 10 years)

Jennifer Lisa

Terry Family Founder's Award (chosen by the Terry Family from nominations submitted from the members of the Board of the individual most responsible for administrative support during the year) ... This year chosen directly by the Board ...

Jon Scheiding

Dallas W and Helen Bowyer Award (chosen via vote by the Board of Directors for dedicated service in a critical aspect of theatre over a period of many years ... at least 5)
Pete Padolik

Grace Campbell Award (chosen via vote by the Board of Directors for continued dedicated service over many years ... at least 5 ... in many areas of theatre) 

Julie Poux

Grace Campbell Award Recipients

Dallas & Helen Bowyer Award Recipients

Terry Family Founders Award Recipients

Jason Holt Technician of the Year

Director's Roll Call

President's Award Recipients

Vice-President's Award Recipients

Phil Catlin Award Recipients


And the Award Goes to ...

Mason Community Players is a member of both ACT of Greater Cincinnati, Inc. and the Ohio Community Theatre Association. Both theatre organizations recognize excellence within member theatres in various ways.

For ACT of Greater Cincinnati, with the agreement of each director, MCP invites adjudicators from ACT to view the show, give feedback and nominate individuals for an Orchid Award. Two or more nominations from the three adjudicators who see each show results in an Orchid Award. All ACT member groups can be adjudicated and many take advantage of this process for recognizing the work of their members and the group in general and as an avenue for improving the quality of future productions through the adjudicators' comments.
ACT has changed its categories over the years. You might notice in recent years the title "Excellence in Musical Theater Performance" and in earlier years "Excellence in Acting in a Musical" and "Excellence in Vocal Performance." Whether to keep the elements of performance together or treat them separately has been a long-standing discussion within ACT. Most member theatres believe that an award should only be given if an individual's performance is judged based on a complete and whole presentation.


OCTA offers theatres the opportunity to excerpt a 40-minute portion of a production and receive recognition for excellence shown during those excerpts and the possibility to be invited to showcase at the annual State Conference held each Labor Day Weekend. Also, member theatres can submit costume designs, lighting designs, set designs, newsletters, web sites and/or set up lobby displays to be adjudicated and be eligible for recognition. The group also recognizes one individual in each region with the Spirit of Community Theatre Award each year and welcomes members annually to their Hall of Fame.

THIS YEAR:

Listed below are the nominations from MCP shows presented from June 2018 through May 2019, those listed in bold are winners of an Orchid Award, which was announced at this year's ACT Conference/OCTA Regionals held June 20-22, 2019.
 
Red, White & Tuna …

Excellence in House - Mary Taylor & Melissia Gary
Excellence in Lobby Display - Mary Taylor & Melissia Gary
Excellence in Set Design - Jim Watson
Excellence in Set Decor - Mary Stan Fizer
Excellence in Stage Management - Rebecca McLaughlin
Excellence in Acting in a Play - Brandon Dunphy
Excellence in Acting in a Play - Jay Fultz
Excellence in Acting in a Play - Darren Lee
Excellence in Direction - Laureen Catlin
Excellence in Wigs - Eric Grimm
Excellence in Costume Design - Julie Walborn
Excellence in Special Effects - Phil Catlin & Jason Gonzalez
Excellence in Producing - Lara Gonzalez
Excellence in Ensemble - Lauren Catlin & Cast


Man of La Mancha …

Excellence in House - Mary Stan Fizer & Gaylene May Schumacher
Excellence in Lobby Display - Mary Stan Fizer & Gaylene May Schumacher
Excellence in Make-Up - Eric Grimm & Chris Siciliano
Excellence in Lighting Design - Jason Gonzalez
Excellence in Sound Design - Jim Hall
Excellence in Sound Execution - Jim Hall
Excellence in Set Construction - Eric Johansen & Darren Lee
Excellence in Choreography - Elenya Stephani
Excellence in Orchestral Performance - Larry Hirth and Orchestra
Excellence in Musical Theatre Performance - Kevin Dunaway
Excellence in Musical Theatre Performance - Gary Hopkins
Excellence in Musical Theatre Performance - Darren Lee
Excellence in Ensemble - The Muleteers
Excellence in Ensemble - The Cast
Excellence in Direction - Liz Olekas
Excellence in Set Design - Jim Watson
Excellence in Set Decor - Liz Olekas
Excellence in Costume Design - Gail Rudolph
Excellence in Producing - Jonathan Eckman & Peyton Hahn
Excellence in Instrumental Music Direction - Larry Hirth
Excellence in Vocal Direction - Jon Scheiding
Excellence in Musical Theatre Performance - David Shough
Excellence in Musical Theatre Performance - Sara Viola

The Foreigner …

Excellence in Progam Art - Ashley Keene
Excellence in Light Design - Steve Catlin
Excellence in Sound Design - Phil Catlin
Excellence in Acting - Jay Fultz
Excellence in Acting - Justin Bourne
Excellence in Acting - Mary Beringer
Excellence in Producing - Robert Terry
Excellence in House - Rebecca McLaughlin & Paula Johansen
Excellence in Lobby Display - Mary Stan Fizer
Excellence in Set Design - Darren Lee
Excellence in Set Construction - Darren Lee
Excellence in Set Decor - Sara Davis
Excellence in Acting - Pat Germano
Excellence in Acting - Gail Rudolph


Sentimental Journey: A Salute to the USO …

Excellence in Program Art for Ads - Perry Gary
Excellence in Set Decor - Perry Gary & Ann Sullivan
Excellence in Stage Management - Rachel Kavanaugh
Excellence in Acting in a Play - Joel Lind, Rebecca McLaughlin, Alex Lisa & Anthony Lisa
Excellence in Dance Execution - Bonnie Emmer & Kevin Dunaway
Excellence in Dance Execution - Cindy Wilmes
Excellence in Dance Execution - Claude Ruizdeluzuriaga
Excellence in Dance Execution - Maureen Rettig
Excellence in Dance Execution - The Cast
Excellence in Musical Theatre Performance - Christina Sanford
Excellence in Musical Theatre Performance - Elizabeth Zerhusen Pille
Excellence in Musical Theatre Performance - Jay Fultz
Excellence in Musical Theatre Performance - Julie Poux
Excellence in Musical Theatre Performance - Kelley Flaugher
Excellence in Musical Theatre Performance - Melissia & Perry Gary
Excellence in Instrumental Music Direction - Mike Schorr
Excellence in Orchestral Performance - Mike Schorr & Orchestra
Excellence in Vocal Direction - Pete Padolik
Excellence in Overall Technical Quality - Matt Lisa & Staff
Excellence in Producing - Matt Lisa
Excellence in Direction - Perry Gary & Ann Sullivan
Excellence in House - Mary Stan Fizer
Excellence in Lobby Display - Mary Stan Fizer & Mary Beth Benken-Riesenberg
Excellence in Program - Susan Berger
Excellence in Make-Up - Linda Wilt Geering
Excellence in Costume Design - Julie Walborn
Excellence in Dance Execution - Laureen Catlin
Excellence in Choreography - Laureen Catlin
Excellence in Choreography - Claude Ruizdeluzuriaga
Excellence in Musical Theatre Performance - Bonnie Emmer
Excellence in Musical Theatre Performance - Chris Toney
Excellence in Musical Theatre Performance - Meghan Toney
Excellence in Musical Theatre Performance - Dave Thompson
Excellence in Musical Theatre Performance - Leah Busick
Excellence in Ensemble - The Wander Sisters: Kelley Flaugher, Christina Sanford, Elizabeth Zerhusen Pille
Excellence in Ensemble - Perry Gary & Ann Sullivan and the Cast

The Visit …

Excellence in House - Melissia Gary
Excellence in Lobby Display - Melissia Gary
Excellence in Program Art - Ashley Keene
Excellence in Properties - Dana Davis
Excellence in Light Execution - Jess Bunn
Excellence in Sound Design - Susan Berger
Excellence in Sound Execution - Peyton Hahn
Excellence in Acting - Dan Nieman
Excellence in Acting - John David Hamilton
Excellence in Acting - Sonya Neff
Excellence in Ensemble - Kayleigh Gleason & Nathaniel Morris
Excellence in Ensemble - Randy King & Phil Catlin
Excellence in Ensemble - The Cast
Excellence in Program - Laureen Catlin
Excellence in Light Design - Jason Dunaway
Excellence in Costume Design - Rebecca McLaughlin, Mary Seeck, Wrynn Boucher & Gaylene May Schumacher
Excellence in Producing - Matt Lisa
Excellence in Acting - Kevin Dunaway
Excellence in Acting - Rachel Freund
Excellence in Acting - L. Elise Kaplan
Excellence in Acting - Michael Easterling


Mason Players was also extremely proud that three of our members were given special recognition this year …

Peyton Hahn received a Rising Star Award honoring those whose dedication to community theatre is evident early in their association with a group. The award was created to acknowledge that the number of years of service does not affect the quality of the service. Outstanding service can be evident, and often is, among the youthful and those who have returned to theatre after a long hiatus. Since Peyton joined MCP in 2012, while still a student, he has given countless hours toward the success of the group. He was instrumental in ensuring the financial health of the group as chair of the Finance Committee, and Peyton serves on the Board of Directors, currently as Vice-President. Peyton was also instrumental in encouraging ACT Cincinnati to institute this award to honor the dedication of his peers. Eight others were named Rising Stars with him, and he can take pride in knowing they received accolades because of his commitment. MCP is proud to have him be recognized throughout the region as a “Rising Star.”

Perry Gary was awarded the Ohio Community Theatre Association’s Spirit of Community Theatre Award. This award is to recognize individuals within a region of OCTA for their service to community theatre, as well as their positive influence on their member group, their region, and community theatre in general throughout the state. No one embodies being positive more than Perry. His dedication to the success of MCP is apparent in the hours he spends as chair of the Membership Committee, as a fundraising coordinator with Lebanon, Mason and Monroe Railroad, behind the stage in a myriad of ways and on stage as a performer. MCP is thrilled to let the whole state know that Perry brings us great joy as he gifts us with so much talent and hard work.

Laureen Catlin received the coveted Art Rouse Award from ACT Cincinnati. The Art Rouse Award is given annually in Art's memory to a member from an ACT Theatre to honor an individual who has shown exceptional commitment and dedication to community theatre. Laureen has been dedicated to the success of MCP for more than 35 years in a variety of capacities from administration to strike. She joins a long list of honorees who have dedicated countless years toward community theatre in the Cincinnati area.


Congratulations to the cast of The Foreigner who performed an excerpt of the show during the OCTAfest this weekend. MCP is very proud to have them represent the quality work that our group provides to Mason and the surrounding area.


LAST YEAR:

Listed below are the nominations from MCP shows presented from June 2017 through May 2018, those listed in bold are winners of an Orchid Award, which was announced at this year's ACT Conference/OCTA Regionals held June 21-23, 2018.
 
The Wizard of Oz ... 

Excellence in Program – Susan Berger
Excellence in Lobby Display – Eric Grimm and Tom Triplett
Excellence in Light Design – Jason Gonzalez
Excellence in Set Design – Tom Triplett
Excellence in Set Décor – Tom Triplett
Excellence in Properties – Liz Koch
Excellence in Dance Execution – Leah Allman, Mandy Caruso, London Sanford
Excellence in Dance Execution – The Cast
Excellence in Ensemble – The Munchkins
Excellence in Ensemble – Katie Hill, John Rothan, Justin Sanford, Tony Bergman
Excellence in Vocal Direction – Lara Gonzalez
Excellence in Choreography – Ellee Cornett, Shannon Mahoney, Ashley Wuerdeman, Mandy Caruso
Excellence in Musical Theatre Performance – Melody Gonzalez, Henry Gonzalez. John Rothan, Jennifer Lisa,
      Christina Sanford
Excellence in Program Art - Ashley Keene
Excellence in Stage Management - Carly Jo Baumgartner and Jaden Glaser
Excellence in Musical Direction - Lara Gonzalez
Excellence in Direction - Shannon Mahoney
Excellence in Producing - Julie Poux
Excellence in Musical Theatre Performance - Katie Hill, Tony Bergman, Michael Easterling

 

The Curious Savage ... 

Excellence in House – Carly Jo Baumgartner, Rebecca McLaughlin
Excellence in Program – Laureen Catlin
Excellence in Light Design – Steve Catlin
Excellence in Light Execution – Jess Bunn
Excellence in Sound Design – Phil Catlin
Excellence in Properties – Paula Fultz
Excellence in Stage Management – Susan Berger
Excellence in Direction – Gail Rudolph
Excellence in Acting in a Play – Rebecca Brewer
Excellence in Set Design - Gail Rudolph
Excellence in Set Decor - Mary Stan Fizer
Excellence in Set Construction - Eric Johansen
Excellence in Costume Design - Lori Krull
Excellence in Ensemble - Gail Rudolph and Cast
Excellence in Producing - Tess Catlin
Excellence in Acting in a Play - Elyssa Carmony, Melissia Gary


A Tuna Christmas ... 

Excellence in Program – Perry Gary
Excellence in Set Design – Jim Watson
Excellence in Set Construction – Darren Lee and Phil Catlin
Excellence in Set Décor – Mary Stan Fizer
Excellence in Costume Design – Julie Walborn
Excellence in Wigs – Eric Grimm
Excellence in Sound Design – Phil Catlin
Excellence in Sound Execution – Jonathan Eckman
Excellence in Acting in a Play – Jay Fultz
Excellence in “Other”/Christmas Tree Decoration – Mary Stan Fizer, Gail Rudolph, Monika Rudolph
Excellence in House - Mary Taylor
Excellence in Other … Team Darren Dressers - Carol Byers, Dana Davis, Julie Poux
Excellence in Other … Team Jay Dressers - Tim Geering, Sonya Neff, Linda Wilt (Geering)
Excellence in Other … Team Branden Dressers - Terri Dunphy, Eric Grimm, Meghan Toney
Excellence in Light Design - Jason Gonzalez
Excellence in Light Execution - Jason Gonzalez
Excellence in Special Effects - Jason Gonzalez and Phil Catlin
Excellence in Overall Technical Quality - Lara Gonzalez and Crew
Excellence in Ensemble - Laureen Catlin and Cast
Excellence in Acting in a Play - Brandon Dunphy, Darren Lee


The Fantasticks ... 

Excellence in Lobby Display – Mary Beth Benken-Risesenberg
Excellence in Program – Sonya Neff
Excellence in Set Design – Rebecca Brewer and Laureen Catlin
Excellence in Costume Design – Gail Rudolph
Excellence in Properties – Paula Fultz
Excellence in Vocal Direction – Sara Davis
Excellence in Producing – Laureen Catlin
Excellence in Musical Theatre Performance – Mary Beringer, Joel Lind
Excellence in Orchestra - Sara Davis, Ellen Murphy, Laureen Catlin
Excellence in Stage Management - Carly Jo Baumgartner
Excellence in Musical Direction - Sara Davis
Excellence in Ensemble - Rebecca Brewer and Cast
Excellence in Direction - Rebecca Brewer
Excellence in Musical Theatre Performance - Davis Manegold, Nick Godfrey, Willow Davis, Allison Shaw


Enchanted April ... 

Excellence in Program Art – Ashley Keene
Excellence in Set Construction – Eric Johansen, Darren Lee and Crew
Excellence in Light Design – Jason Gonzalez
Excellence in Light Execution – Carly Jo Baumgartner
Excellence in Sound Design - Jonathan Eckman
Excellence in Properties – Jess Bunn
Excellence in Acting in a Play – Rachel Kavanaugh, David Pendergraft
Excellence in Direction – Rebecca McLaughlin
Excellence in Producing – Dana Davis
Excellence in Lobby Display - Mary Beth Benken-Riesenberg
Excellence in House - Mary Stan Fizer
Excellence in Set Design - Wayne Dunn, Robert Fritzsch, Rebecca McLaughlin
Excellence in Set Decor - Gail Rudolph
Excellence in Costume Design - Julie Walborn
Excellence in Acting in a Play - Sonya Neff, Jacqlyn Schott, Trisha Cooper, Amy Sullivan


Mason Players was also extremely proud that our own Rebecca McLaughlin received the coveted Roger Grooms Award from ACT Cincinnati at the ACT Banquet. The Roger Grooms Award is given annually in Roger's memory to a member from an ACT Theatre to honor an individual who has demonstrated dedication to raising the artistic quality of community theater production through active teaching and/or by demonstrating sustained excellence in the categories of directing, acting, choreography, musical or vocal direction. Becca is our resident research guru and has always promoted the need to teach the next generation of theatre members any "how to" that makes them a better contributor to the quality of a production and the growth of the theatre in general. There is no one more deserving!


MCP did not excerpt during the OCTA Regionals this year.





Awards from 2010-2017

Awards from 2000-2009

Awards from 1990-1999

Awards from 1983-1989