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Short+Sweet Hollywood 2016 Winners!

CONGRATULATIONS!!!!

In 3 weekends we have presented - 62 plays with 60 directors, 60 writers and 307 actors - and only 12 staff members made this festival happen!

Best Production: 
Reservations 
by Jeffery Fisher-Smith
Directed by Todd Felderstein
Dale Raoul & Ray Thompson

People’s choice: 
Bridgett and Iain 
by Norelle Scott
Directed by Leah Patterson 
Vivienne Powell and Damian Sommerlad

Best Playwright award: 
Reservations
by Jeffrey Fischer-Smith

Gala Final Recipients!

CONGRATULATIONS to all of our finalist artists from the 2016 Gala Finals. But especially, congratulations to the following teams and individuals for recognition of their outstanding work!

Best Overall Production
BOYS TASTE BETTER WITH NUTELLA

Best Play
CAN I GET AN AMEN?! 

Best Cabaret Act
FIFTY SHADES OF CURIOUS

People's Choice Award
CAN I GET AN AMEN?!

Best Actor
CAITLIN HILL (Boys Taste Better with Nutella)

Final Results

The results are in, and it's a bit of a landslide!

Carl J. Sorheim's play, It's All The Rage, took home four of our six awards last night, and they were well deserved!

The play won the People's Choice award and the Best Production award. Director Chris Baldock won Best Director, and actor Nick Steain won Best Actor.

PAGE TO STAGE Workshop Opportunity

Short+Sweet QLD presents

PAGE TO STAGE

-- an intensive workshop for actors and directors --

This year, we’re hosting an intensive workshop for festival artists or budding festival artists! Not sure where to start with a short play? Need an extra nudge to help get that project on its feet? Or just looking to brush up on skills and explore new ways of working?

Program announced!

The program for Short+Sweet Theatre Canberra 2016 is now available:

 

Top 20 Week 1 

 

The Ice Age  written by Sue Clennell  directed by Erin Foote

Featuring: Kate Rankine and Dairinn Bannister

What time is it? Is it time for him to come? An innocent conversation turns into a  violent and alarming one. It beckons the terrifying idea that perhaps an Ice Age is safer than the current circumstances that face their reality.

 

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