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BUTT Awards 2011 – results

 


 

Show

All My Sons (ATC, October 2010)

Macbeth (BSS, February 2011)

Private Fears in Public Places (ECC, February 2011)

The Beauty Queen of Leenane (ITG, March 2011)

 

 

 

Director

Diana Morton-Hooper-Deeks

Liz Merrell

Stephen Challens

Tracie Ryan

 

 

 

Actor

Chris Flores

Jonathon Sawdon

Noel Griffin

Richard Foxon

Rory Spellman

 

 

 

Actress

Alma Forsyth

Deborah Griffith

Dóra Boytha

Linda Donnelly

Liz Ross

Poppy Bullock

 

 

 

Producer

All My Sons (ATC, October 2010): Kerry Lydon

King John (BSS, November 2010): Joanna Jack

Macbeth (BSS, February 2011): Deborah Griffith

Translations (ITG, November 2010): Eileen Sutton

 

 

 

Stage Manager

Anton in Show Business (ATC, January 2011): Sinead Meehan

Macbeth (BSS, February 2011): Martin Kirk

Private Fears in Public Places: Sue Botterell

The Beauty Queen of Leenane: Meg Chang, Sinéad Meehan

Translations (ITG, November 2010): Lyn Wainwright

 

 

 

Sound

All My Sons (ATC, October 2010): Justin Toland

Cards (BATS, May 2011): Andy Lambrechts

Macbeth (BSS, February 2011): Eamon McHugh

Popcorn (BATS, October 2010): Tijs Bonner

Private Fears in Public Places: Carsten Koester

The Beauty Queen of Leenane: Michel Didier

 

 

 

Lights

King John: Barbara Daw, Robin Jezek, Jim McKenna

Private Fears in Public Places: Carsten Koester and Roisin Dore

The Beauty Queen of Leenane: Carsten Koester

Translations (ITG, November 2010): Carsten Koester

 

 

 

Publicity

King John: Anna Sparre, Deborah Griffith, Joanna Jack

Macbeth: Michel Didier, Deborah Griffith

Private Fears in Public Places: John Baldwin

Translations: John Baldwin

 

 

 

FoH & Box Office

Café theatre: Christine Marchand, Christopher Flores, John Stanton, Kerry Lydon and co.

King John: Alexandra Tomkins, Carrie Ellwanger, Deborah Griffith, Janet Middleton and co.

Macbeth: Sybil Beaton, Philip Deeks, Carrier Ellwanger, Marta Feliu and co.

Popcorn: Ian Bennett, Graham Duthie, and team

The Beauty Queen of Leenane: Alistair Sutton, Alma Forsyth, Barbara Campbell, Brian Harnett and co.

Translations: Sinead Meehan

 

 

 

Props

King John (BSS, November 2010): Andrea Theinert

Macbeth (BSS, February 2011): Emma Cooke

Private Fears in Public Places: Andrea Theinert

The Beauty Queen of Leenane: Meg Chang

Translations

 

 

 

Golden BUTT

Paul and Di Gray for their years of dedication

Roisin Dore for unceasing energy

Sinead Meehan for all-round hard work

Tracie Ryan for Shakespearian direction

 

 

Costumes

All My Sons (ATC, October 2010): Iona Hamilton

Robinson Crusoe: Anouk Van De Velde, Liz Van Dessel, Ils Van Roey

Macbeth (BSS, February 2011): Liz Buckley, Sheila Hewitt, Sarah Strange

Translations (ITG, November 2010): Barbara Campbell

 

 

 

 

Hair and Make-up

All My Sons (ATC, October 2010): Alexandra Helici

Macbeth (BSS, February 2011): Agnes Andrews, Francesca Bekhechi, Ruth Ivory, Tracie Ryan

The Beauty Queen of Leenane (ITG, March 2011)

Translations (ITG, November 2010): Malinda Coleman

 

 

 

Set

King John: Stephen Challens, Joanna Jack

Private Fears in Public Places: Liam O’Luanaigh, Peter Mountain, Philip Deeks, Philip Deeks and team

The Beauty Queen of Leenane: Roisin Dore

Translations: Sue Botterell, Philip Deeks, Marie Horner, Louise Lang and team

 

 

 

Team

Anton in Show Business (ATC, January 2011)

Macbeth (BSS, February 2011)

Private Fears in Public Places (ECC, February 2011)

The Beauty Queen of Leenane (ITG, March 2011)

 

 

 

Newbie

Hurmayonne W. Morgan

Kathleen van Mol

Meg Chang

Rory Spellman

Sam Thomas

 

 

 

Kenway Award (perseverance)

Eileen Sutton

Hugh Dow

Martin Kirk

Paul & Di Gray

Vivi Roche

 

 

 

Audience Award

Multilingualism in Hamlet

Relationships in The Beauty Queen of Leenane

Sexy moments in Private Fears in Public Places

The Royal Variety Show

Translations for its absolute perfection

 

 

 

Musical Moment

Al the sound effects in Private Fears in Public Places

Gunshots and end credits in Popcorn

Kathleen van Mol in The Royal Variety Show

Threepenny Opera in general

 

 

 

BUTT Awards 2012 – results

Show

Separate Tables (ECC, February 2012)

Amadeus (BATS, October 2011)

She Stoops to Conquer (ITG, March 2012)

Dinner with Friends (ATC, January 2012)

The Glass Menagerie (ATC, October 2011)

 

Director

Liz Merrill

Diana Morton-Hooper

Catriona White

Robert Meyvisch

 

Actor

Duncan Lumsden (Parolles)

Tom De Beckker (Amadeus)

Glenn Vaughan (Antonio Salieri)

Michael Hales (Major Pollock)

 

Actress

Lyn Wainwright (Mrs. Railton-Bell)

Ruth England (Her)

Hilary Barry (Miss Hardcastle)

Carrie Ellwanger (Beth)

Saskia Van Nuffelen (Constanze Weber)

 

Producer

Amadeus (BATS, October 2011): Inge Hödl

All’s Well That Ends Well (BSS, June 2012): Deborah Griffith

She Stoops to Conquer (ITG, March 2012):
Linda Donnelly, Liz Merrill, Noel Griffin

The Glass Menagerie (ATC, October 2011): Marta Markowska

 

Stage Management

All’s Well That Ends Well (BSS, June 2012): Ann Smith

Dinner with Friends (ATC, January 2012): Giselle Maksoud

Amadeus (BATS, October 2011): Ilbige Cigdem Arik

Beckett (ETC, April 2012): Isabelle Baron, Colma O’Lunaigh

 

Sound

Amadeus (BATS, October 2011): Pol Van Rymenant

Separate Tables (ECC, February 2012): Carsten Koester

The Glass Menagerie (ATC, October 2011): Hywel Jones, Isabelle Baron, Hywel Jones

The Seafarer (ITG, November 2011): Eamon McHugh

 

Lights

Separate Tables (ECC, February 2012): Carsten Koester

The Glass Menagerie (ATC, October 2011):
Richard Maddern, Barbara Daw

Amadeus (BATS, October 2011): Sven Mazet

The Seafarer (ITG, November 2011):
Lyn Wainwright, Alma Forsyth

 

Publicity

Separate Tables (ECC, February 2012): John Baldwin

Dinner with Friends (ATC, January 2012):
Dieter Quaghebeur, Kerry Lydon, Conrad Toft

She Stoops to Conquer (ITG, March 2012): Michel Didier

All’s Well That Ends Well (BSS, June 2012):
Deborah Griffith, Graham Andrews, Michel Didier

 

Box Office / Front of House

Dinner with Friends (ATC, January 2012): Christine Marchand, Kerry Lydon

Amadeus (BATS, October 2011): Jill Barnard, Jill Franks, Magda Lockefeer, Valerie Mott and co.

Separate Tables (ECC, February 2012): Conrad Toft

The Tempest (BSS, November 2011): Deborah Griffith, Catriona White

 

Props

Separate Tables (ECC, February 2012): Andrea Theinert

She Stoops to Conquer (ITG, March 2012): Meg Chang

All’s Well That Ends Well (BSS, June 2012): Meg Chang

Dinner with Friends (ATC, January 2012):
Diana Merlusca, Jeremy Zeegers

 

Costume

She Stoops to Conquer (ITG, March 2012):
Mary Munroe, Montse Aramendia Periz

Amadeus (BATS, October 2011): Liz Van Dessel

All’s Well That Ends Well (BSS, June 2012):
Liz Merrill, Deborah Griffith

Beckett (ETC, April 2012): Catriona White

 

Make-up

Separate Tables (ECC, February 2012): Agnes Andrews

She Stoops to Conquer (ITG, March 2012):
Montse Aramendia Periz

Amadeus (BATS, October 2011)

Dinner with Friends (ATC, January 2012): Alex Helici and team

 

Set

She Stoops to Conquer (ITG, March 2012): Róisín Dore

Amadeus (BATS, October 2011): Ian Bennett and team

Beckett (ETC, April 2012): Liam O’Luanaigh

Cinderella in Monsterland (BATS, January 2012): Zena Waters

The Glass Menagerie (ATC, October 2011): Carrie Ellwanger

 

Team

Amadeus (BATS, October 2011)

All’s Well That Ends Well (BSS, June 2012)

Dinner with Friends (ATC, January 2012)

Beckett (ETC, April 2012)

Families aren’t just for Christmas (ECC, December 2011)

 

Newbie

Michael Motwani

Clemence Robin

Killian Kehoe

Holly Wells

Hugo de Chassiron

Robert Murphy

 

Kenway

Diana Morton-Hooper Deeks

Alma Forsyth

Catriona White

Christine Marchand

Liz Van Dessel

 

Audience

Separate Tables – scene changes

death of Ben in a Dog’s life

Amadeus

Entrance of Dolly down the staircase

Opening tableau of Salome (ITG)

She Stoops to Conquer

 

Musical Moment

Hello Dolly

Contrasts – Madness songs

Diner with friends – soundtrack

The musical set changes in Separate Tables

 

Golden

Christine Marchand for CAST co-prop dedication

Too many other nominations to list!

 

ATC AGM

 
 
The AGM of the American Theatre Company will take place on 7th September at 7pm at the Warehouse. All are welcome to attend.
 
The Agenda will be:
 
1. Approval of minutes of previous meeting
2. Review of Season 2010-2011
3. Financial Review
4. Election of New Board
Preview of Season 2011-2012

Lighting Workshop (CAST)

 Are You Interested in Learning More about Designing and Running Lights for Theatre Productions?

Experienced lighting designer and technician, Carsten Koester will host a Theatre Lighting Workshop on 2nd and 3rd June 2012 – ALL WELCOME, but spaces are limited!

The workshop will run for two full days (Saturday / Sunday), from 10am-5pm both days. People are encouraged to attend both days but can attend one day only, if they wish. 

Saturday will focus on technical aspects: Different types of lanterns, rigging, cabling, how to handle the lanterns, how to adjust/focus them, and how to use the lighting controller (desk).

Sunday will focus more on the creative/artistic aspects: Working with colours, how lighting from different angles creates different effects, and working through lighting cues in a theatre play.
 
If you are interested and want to book your place, or would like more information, mail Kerry Lydon at kerry.lydon@gmail.com