Carriage House Players announce 2020 season awards

Carriage House Players award winners for the 2020 season. Front row: (l-r), Brenda Wilkes, Sara Jo Pierce, Jennifer Bradford, Tiffany Quick, Andrea Delap, Scott Wingard. Back row: (l-r), Ricky Sara Jo Pierce, Dale Pierce, Mickey Johnson, Caleb Beard, Ben Benjamin Spears, Lonnie Ables.

 

The Carriage House Players held their annual Adnia Rice Awards Banquet on March 20 to honor the plays, actors, and crews from the 2020 season.

The winners were as follows:

Best Set Design: Mickey Johnson for Frankenstein: A Monster Amongst Us

Best Lighting Design: Ben Spears and Ethan Wood for Frankenstein: A Monster Amongst Us

Best Make-up Design: Sophia Posey for Frankenstein: A Monster Amongst Us

Best costume design: Sara Jo Pierce and Brenda Wilkes for Frankenstein: A Monster Amongst Us

Best Sound Design: Tiffany Quick and Josh Eakin for Frankenstein: A Monster Amongst Us

Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Bit Role: Lonnie Ables as Lomax Tanner in Doublewide, Texas

Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Bit Role: Andrea Delap as Starla Pudney in Doublewide, Texas

Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role: Scott Wingard as Igor in Frankenstein: A Monster Amongst Us

Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role: Kendal Crabtree as Larken Barken in Doublewide, Texas

Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Major Supporting Role: Caleb Beard for The Monster in Frankenstein: A Monster Amongst Us

Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Major Supporting Role: Brenda Wilkes as Caprice Crumpler in Doublewide, Texas

Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Lead Role: Ben Spears as Dr. Frankenstein in Frankenstein: A Monster Amongst Us

Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Lead Role: Beth Arndt as Elizabeth Lavenza in Frankenstein: A Monster Amongst Us

Best Play: Frankenstein: A Monster Amongst Us

President’s Awards for dedicated service to Carriage House Players were presented to: Ricky Pierce, Dale Pierce, and Kendal Crabtree

The Member of the Year Award was presented to Jennifer Bradford

“We would like to thank our patrons and sponsors who supported us as we learned to present live theater during an international pandemic. After a truly unprecedented year, CHP is attempting to find some normalcy in 2021,” states Sonia Bradford, one of the Vice Presidents. Clue, based on the popular board game and movie will take the stage for five performances beginning April 22. Additional performances will be April 23, 24, 29, and 30 with all shows beginning at 7:00pm in the theatre of the Lincoln County Museum. All tickets will be socially distanced and can only be purchased by calling 931-433-1300.

The abbreviated season will be rounded out by Cinderella and the Glass Slipper in the summer and Sarah, Plain and Tall in the fall. As always, Carriage House Players asks you to, “Come Play with Us!”