S-E Drama Club receives state merit awards

SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville Drama Club received notification that they are recipients of nine Theatre Association of New York State (TANYS) Roving Adjudicator Merit Awards following adjudication of their production of “Deja vu: An Evening of One Act Plays,” performed on Nov. 6 & 7 at the S-E High School Auditorium.



Meritorious Achievement in Acting awards were given to Claire Khoury as She in “Men are from Milwaukee, Women are from Phoenix;” to Rachel Walters as Sarah in “Bed and Breakfast;” to Haley Muth as Dianne in “Broken Hearts;” to Liza Taylor as Margaret in “Broken Hearts;” and to Mick Khoury as Mark in “The Philadelphia.” Meritorious Achievement in Ensemble went to Matt Smith, Mick Khoury and Kandace Barrows in “The Philadelphia” and to Tammie Crane, Joelle Clark and Kyle Tenney in “After.” Taylor Morris received a Meritorious Achievement in Directing for “Men are from Milwaukee, Women are from Phoenix;” and Isaac Mettler received a Meritorious Achievement in Concept for “Day Eight: Snow Globe.”


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