Trinity Theatre Wins 14 Globe Awards
One production, Threepenny Opera, garnered 10 awards from the Alamo Theatre Arts Council
Thursday, October 27, 2016

Trinity Theatre has captured 14 awards during the annual Globe Awards ceremony sponsored by the Alamo Theatre Arts Council.

Faculty, staff, and students received awards in every category in the college division except sound design, indicating a well-rounded program. One production, Threepenny Opera, was recognized with 10 awards.

“The breadth of the awards that our program won this year shows not only the talent of our faculty, staff, and students but also the strength of their vision of theatre being at the core of a liberal arts education,” said Andrew C. Hansen, associate professor and chair of the Department of Human Communication and Theatre.

The list of winners includes:

Threepenny Opera:
The department, Production of a Musical
James Worman, associate professor of music, Music Direction of a Musical
Kyle Gillette, associate professor, Direction of a Musical
Shelby Seier ’16, Choreography
Alejandro Cardona ’17, Lead Actor in a Musical
Matthew Reynolds ’17, Supporting Actor in a Musical
Amy Rossini ’16, Supporting Actress in a Musical
Tim Francis, lighting designer and technical director, Lighting Design
Jodi Karjala, costume designer, and Tito Sandigo ’16, Costume Design
Michelle Bisbee, assistant visiting professor, Set Design

How I Learned to Drive:
Dallas Akins ’16, Lead Actor in a Drama
Sarah Tipton ’16, Lead Actress in a Drama

The Mousetrap:
Jacob Pursell ’17, Supporting Actor in a Comedy
Michelle Bisbee, assistant visiting professor, Set Design

The awards evening was dedicated to John Igo ‘48, who died earlier this year. He was named Trinity’s Distinguished Alumnus in 2001.

Susie P. Gonzalez helped tell Trinity's story as part of the University communications team.

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