Fringe Results 2014

Winners at the Claremorris Fringe 2014

Best Script – WINNER

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What Would Tippi Hedren Do (Hypothetically Speaking, Of Course)?
 Bob Canning – Petaluma, California, USA

Best Script – RUNNER UP

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Breakdown Assistance
 Tom Critch – Manchester, UK

Best Actor (Male)

Paul Dunning in ‘To You The Son I Never Had’ written by Phil Pearson.

Best Actor (Female)

Kate Hughes in ‘Let Me Share’ by Alan Balkema.

Best Director

Paula Dempsey – ‘Let Me Share’ by Alan Balkema.

Adjudicators’ Special Awards

Alan Biesty for his entrance as the mugger in What Would Tippi Hedren Do (Hypothetically Speaking, Of Course)? written by Bob Cannon.
Ann Groden for her fall into a coffin in Anne Walsh Donnelly’s ‘Poisoned’ directed by Helen Joyce.
Rain Special Effects in ‘Separate Table’ by Michael Joe Ginnelly, directed by Rosaleen Heraty.
Paul Dunning for his throwing of a baby over a bridge in Phil Pearson’s ‘To You The Son I Never Had,’ directed by Paul Dunning and Alanna Ní Mhíocháin.
Michael Goulding for his stand-in performance as Eddie in ‘Something About Her’ by Mary Bradford which he also directed.

The Audience Trophy for the most enjoyable play went to ‘Poisoned’ by Anne Donnelly, presented by Kilmeena Drama Group, directed by Helen Joyce.

Congratulations to all.