Theater awards are well deserved
The Theatre Association of New York State serves nonprofessional community theaters, university theaters, secondary school drama departments and children’s theaters. Among its goals is fostering theatre in the lives of state residents.
So, it was a ma jor salute to Rome Community Theater when the association presented RCT five awards after a recent adjudication.
The association divides awards in areas of meritorious achievement, excellence and outstanding skill.
Here are the highlights for RCT: Meritorious Achievement in Acting to Catherine Gudaitis; Excellence Award in Acting to Steven James; Meritorious Achievement in Acting to Mark Hanna; Excellence Award in Direction to Arnie Galin, and Excellence Award in Stage Managing to Jean Gudaitis.
The association adjudicated RCT’s production of “Radium Girls” on Dec. 10 by Joan Luther.
Luther noted the play was “well paced and thoughtfully executed.”
Congratulations to all the players, staff and crew at RCT who provide us with these outstanding productions. The awards are well deserved. Their cultural skills make our community a better place to live.