The nomination deadline for the juried awards presented at the 2010 Betty Mitchell Awards ceremony is next WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30TH.
Nominations are currently being accepted for the following juried awards:
The Dean Ott/Debbie Boult Award
(Honouring Outstanding Achievement in Technical Production)
The Greg Bond Memorial Award
(Honouring Outstanding Contribution to Musical Theatre in Calgary)
The Duval Lang Theatre for Young Audiences Award
(Honouring Outstanding Contribution to Theatre for Young Audiences in Calgary)
Betty Mitchell Awards Passports are due by June 30th.
Members of the community who have seen 25 or more eligible theatre productions, and have had their passports stamped, are encouraged to mail in their passports NO LATER THAN JUNE 30TH.
Passports should be mailed to:
Betty Mitchell Awards
c/o R.W. Quinlan
#209, 6131-6th Street S.E.
Calgary, AB T2H 1L9
Please be sure to include your name, mailing address, and phone number with your passport. Ballots will be mailed out to all community members who have submitted passports containing 25 or more stamps.
Please direct any questions about the passport process to Karen Johnson-Diamond at firstname.lastname@example.org.
See 25 Shows. Get a Vote.
Nominations for the 2010 Betty Mitchell Awards will be announced at The Auburn Saloon (115, 9th Ave. S.E.-at the base of the Calgary Tower) on Thursday, July 22nd at 11 a.m. by the host of last year’s awards ceremony and Co-Chair of the Betty Mitchell Awards Steering Committee, Trevor Rueger.
Now in their 13th year, The Betty Mitchell Awards are an important part of Calgary’s professional theatre community. These awards not only recognize the continued level of excellence in Calgary theatres but also raise the profile of live performance in our city and encourage audience growth.
The 2009/2010 professional theatre season (June 15, 2009-June 14, 2010) brought to the stage 59 shows eligible for Betty Mitchell Award nominations.
The Betty Mitchell Awards accountant, Bob Quinlan, tabulates the input of a 12-member Nominating Committee and produces ballots. Ballots are then distributed for voting to the Nominating Committee, and to any member of the theatre community or general public who has seen 25 of the eligible productions. Ballots are mailed as requested after providing proof (through submission of a Betty Mitchell Awards Passport by June 30) indicating the bearer has seen 25 of the eligible productions.