Reston Community Players’ performance of “Gypsy” took home five honors Sunday night at the annual Washington Area Community Theatre Honors (WATCH) awards ceremony.
In addition to the awards won by “Gypsy,” the Community Players were also recognized with an award for their performance of “Mary Poppins” to bring their total number of wins for the 2016 season to six.
The full list of awards won Sunday night by Reston Community Players:
- Outstanding Lead Actress in a Musical: Jennifer Lambert (as Rose) in “Gypsy”
- Outstanding Lighting Design in a Musical: Ken and Patti Crowley, “Gypsy”
- Outstanding Sound Design in a Musical: Joshua Redford, “Gypsy”
- Outstanding Costume Design in a Musical: Kathy Dunlap, “Gypsy”
- Outstanding Hair Design in a Musical: Chris Dore, “Gypsy”
- Outstanding Special Effects: Greg Steele, Sara Birkhead and Rich Bird, “Mary Poppins”
The troupe was nominated 23 times, second-most among the 27 participating theater companies.
The next production by the Reston Community Players, “Rock of Ages,” will open Friday night at CenterStage (2310 Colts Neck Road).
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