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The Jessie Awards at Vancouver's Commodore Ballroom

Jun 19, 2006

By Catherine Barr


The Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards Society held their annual theatre awards last Monday night at the Commodore Ballroom. "The Jessies", as they're called, recognize outstanding achievement in the theatre community for acting, design, directing and production. After the awards, it's a chance dance the night away and celebrate in style.


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Talelight Films' James Upton has had a busy year acting in, and producing, his latest short film entitled "Echoes of an Epic".
The Sydney Risk Prize for Outstanding Original Script By an Emerging Playwright was given to Tara Jean Wilkin (left) for "My Father's House". Catch her and fellow Bard on the Beach actor Louisa Jojic performing in dual roles in both "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and "Measure for Measure".
Rumble Productions' artistic director and "Significant Artistic Achievement" nominee Craig Hall and Rumble's GM/managing producer Ilena Lee Cramer took some time to party after the awards ceremony.
The gang from Second Best Bird Theatre Company were ready to celebrate. From left: Joshua Reynolds, artistic director of production and actor, Sasa Brown, artistic director of creative development and actor, writer Christopher Murray and friend Andrw Smith.
Cindy Reid, producing manager for the Electric Company Theatre (left), Ian Patton, UBC communications manager - film and theatre department, and Sara Holt celebrated Cindy and Ian's Critics Choice nomination for "Studies in Motion".



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