Results of the 67th Ballyshannon Drama Festival

The 67thBallyshannon Drama Festival 2019 Awards

THE PATSY CROAL BLUE RIBAND (Sponsored by Celtic Weave): Prosperous Dramatic Society, ‘An Enemy of the People’

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  • FIRST PLACE (Maureen Gallagher Award): Prosperous Dramatic Society, ‘An Enemy of the People’
  • SECOND PLACE (C. J. King Award): Ballyshannon Drama Society, ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’
  • THIRD PLACE (Jim Flynn Award): Corn Mill Theatre, ‘On Broken Wings’

BEST PRODUCER (John Stephens Cup): T. J. Duggan, Prosperous Dramatic Society, ‘An Enemy of the People’

BEST ACTOR (H.J. Travers Award): Robert Massey, Dr. Stockman,‘An Enemy of the People’, Prosperous Dramatic Society

BEST ACTRESS (Eoin Carney Award): Rachel O’Connor, Lady Bracknell,‘The Importance of Being Earnest’, Ballyshannon Drama Society

CONFINED

  • FIRST PLACE (Commercial Hotel Cup): Mullingar Theatre Lab, ‘The Lonesome West’
  • SECOND (Catherine Breslin Award): Clann Machua, ‘The Loves of Cass Maguire’
  • THIRD: Cloonacool Players, ‘I Do Not Like Thee Doctor Fell’

BEST PRODUCER (Hugh & Mary Daly Cup): Dan E. Hyland, ‘The Lonesome West’, Mullingar Theatre Lab

BEST ACTRESS (Kathleen Fagan Award): Ita Mallee as Cass, ‘The Loves of Cass Maguire’, Clann Machua

BEST ACTOR (Paddy Mc Loone Award): Roger Ross as Roger, in ‘I Do Not Like Thee Doctor Fell’

BILLY MYLES AUDIENCE AWARD: Ballyshannon Drama Society, ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’

BEST SET (Mary Monaghan Award): Trish Keane, Ballyshannon Drama Society – ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’

BEST STAGE MANAGER (Maureen Kane Award): Carl Duggan, Ballyshannon Drama Society – ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’

LIGHTING (Margaret Mc Ginley Award): Philip Mc Intyre & Neville Patterson, Corn Mill Theatre Group

ADJUDICATOR’S AWARDS

1) Liam’s entry in ‘Sive’, Newtownstewart

2) Costumes & Music in ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’

3) Soundscape in ‘On Broken Wings’, Corn Mill Theatre Group

PHIL MC LOONE AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT BY A YOUNG PERSON: Luke Patterson, ‘On Broken Wings’,  Corn Mill Theatre Group

 

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