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2019 Winners

2019 RTE All Ireland Drama Festival Winners Prosperous Dramatic Society ”An Enemy of the People” Gala Awards Night in the Radisson Hotel last Saturday.

Perpetual Trophy: Prosperous Dramatic Society with ‘An Enemy Of The People’
Best Director: TJ Duggan of Prosperous Dramatic Society for ‘An Enemy Of The People’
Best Actress: Cyrena Hayes of Prosperous Dramatic Society for playing Catherine Stockman in ‘An Enemy Of The People’
Best Actor: Michael Dunbar of Kilrush Drama Group for playing Thomas Dunne in ‘The Steward Of Christendom’
Best Actress in a Supporting Role: Helen Aherne of Brideview Drama for playing Madge in ‘Philadelphia, Here I Come’
Best Actor in a Supporting Role: Gerard O’Shea of Prosperous Dramatic Society for playing Aslaksen in ‘An Enemy Of The People’
Adjudicator’s Award – Outstanding Innovation and Technical Ability: Special FX Team in Corn Mill Theatre Group for ‘On Broken Wings’
Best Stage Setting: Brian Moran, Paul Kelly, Tony Colton, Stuart McCormack, John Clarke of Prosperous Dramatic Society for ‘An Enemy Of The People’
Best Stage Lighting: Philip McIntyre, Neville Patterson, Seamus Farrell of Corn Mill Theatre Group for ‘On Broken Wings’
Best Stage Management: Siobhan Keogh of Prosperous Dramatic Society for ‘An Enemy Of The People’
John Butler Scholarship to D.L.I. Summer School: Kevin McEvoy of Kilrush Drama Group for Set and Lighting Design for ‘The Steward Of Christendom’
A.D.C.I./D.L.I. Summer School Scholarship: Troy Devaney of Butt Drama Circle for playing Edward in ‘Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me’
Stageworks Summer School Scholarship: Cillian Tobin of Bridge Drama for playing Stanley in ‘Brighton Beach Memoirs’

Abbey Theatre Award: Corn Mill Theatre with ‘On Broken Wings’

Thursday 2nd MayBrideview Drama present
‘Philadelphia Here I Come’
by Brian Friel
Friday 3rd MayCorn Mill Theatre present
‘On Broken Wings’
by Dermot Healy
Saturday 4th MayDoonbeg Drama Group present
‘Fools For Love’
by Sam Shepard
Sunday 5th MayButt Drama Circle present
‘Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me’
by Frank McGuiness
Monday 6th MayKilrush Drama Group present
‘The Steward of Christendom’
by Sebastian Barry
Tuesday 7th MayProsperous Dramatic Society present
‘An Enemy of the People’
by Henrik Ibsen
A new version by Rebecca Lenkiewicz.
From a literal translation by Charlotte Barlund
Wednesday 8th MayBallyshannon Drama Group present
‘The Importance of Being Earnest’
by Oscar Wilde
Thursday 9th MayNewpoint Players present
‘Waiting for Godot’
by Samuel Beckett
Friday 10th MayBridge Drama present
‘Brighton Beach Memoirs’
by Neil Simon