The coveted and deserved awards were preceded by entertainment from cabaret star Kirri Adams and leading lady Katrina Lardner
presenters. Outstanding One Act Play – Claudine Anderson for Dinner for One; Sound Design – Jarad Scott for The Pajama Game; Lighting Design – Mark Kleipert for Shut Your Eyes and Think of England; Stage Management – Di Morgan for The Pajama Game; Set Design – Ted Henderson for Shut your Eyes and Think of England; Costume Design – Dawn Warrington & Wendy Barnes for Shut Your Eyes and Think of England; Supporting Performer in a Musical – Leigh Harrison for Pajama Game; Lead Female Performer in a Musical – Louise Harris for Pajama Game; Supporting Male Actor in a Play – Sean Curran for The Removalists; Supporting Female Actor in a Play – Amanda-Lee Weatherby for Shut Your Eyes and Think of England; Lead Male Actor in a Play – Jack Harbour for Romeo & Juliet; Lead Female Actor in a Play – Dawn China for Shut Your Eyes and Think of England; Outstanding Director – Dorothy Henderson for Shut Your Eyes and Think of England; Outstanding Production – The Removalists (Patrick Monteath Director); Leading Male Performer in a Musical – Chris Catherwood for Pajama Game and President’s Award – Shane Caddaye. Last Wednesday, The Queensland Theatre Company opened The 7 Stages of Grieving at Brisbane’s the Greenhouse. The first of the Diva productions by the Grin & Direct from Mamma Mia, the Greenroom Project Junior presents a Broadway masterclass with Troy Woodcroft on April 12. Designed for all singers and dancers aged 8-17, it’s a great chance to learn a song and original dance routine from Mamma Mia. Participants will then perform it in front of an audience at The Greenroom Project Junior’s live show on April 14 at The Arts Centre Gold Coast. Cost is $150. Auditions will be held on April 4 to find the 14 featured artists. Phone 5588 4000 or visit thegreenroomproject.com.au
Shut Your Eyes and Think of England
was a big winner at the Dolphin Awards.