08 February 2009

a massage from the director

video

AND THE WINNERS ARE..............

BEST BEGINNING: Transmission of the Invisible by Tribal Crackling Wind

BEST HAIR: Skydive by Real Wheels

MOST EDUCATIONAL FOR PARENTS: That Night Follows Day by Theatre Replacement

FUNNIEST VOICE: That Night Follows Day by Theatre Replacement

MOST JOYFUL: nikamon ohci askiy (songs because of the land) by Cheryl L'Hirondelle

BEST USE OF TECHNOLOGY: Siren by Ray Lee

MOST I DON’T CARE: Don McGlashon

BEST SOLO: while going to a condition + Accumulated Layout by Hiroaki Umeda

MOST SAD: Nanay: a testimonial play by Geraldine Pratt and Caleb Johnston in collaboration with the Philippine Women Centre of BC.

MOST FUNNY: Transmission of the Invisible by Tribal Crackling Wind

BEST MUSIC: That Night Follows Day by Theatre Replacement

MOST LOUD AND CLEAR: Siren by Ray Lee

BEST USE OF ADJECTIVES: That Night Follows Day by Theatre Replacement

THE LONGEST: Don McGlashon

BEST TEAMWORK: That Night Follows Day by Theatre Replacement

BEST USE OF PROPS: Siren by Ray Lee

CREEPIEST: while going to a condition + Accumulated Layout by Hiroaki Umeda

MOST INTERESTING: Nanay: a testimonial play by Geraldine Pratt and Caleb Johnston in collaboration with the Philippine Women Centre of BC.

MOST INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGES: Transmission of the Invisible by Tribal Crackling Wind

MOST WEIRD: while going to a condition + Accumulated Layout by Hiroaki Umeda

LONGEST TONGUE: Transmission of the Invisible by Tribal Crackling Wind

MOST REALISTIC: Nanay: a testimonial play by Geraldine Pratt and Caleb Johnston in collaboration with the Philippine Women Centre of BC.

MOST CHEERING APPLAUSE: That Night Follows Day by Theatre Replacement

BEST DRIVER: Alfred's Guest Services

BEST OVERALL: That Night Follows Day by Theatre Replacement