Our Audience’s Awards

Castaways provides our audiences the opportunity to rate the acting and technical performance of each production. In late spring at the end of our performance season the votes are tabulated and the notable standings are announced. We thank our audiences for participating and add our congratulations to those listed below!

Castaways Repertory Theatre Audience Awards 2013-14

Best Actor in an Ensemble Role in a Musical: Justin Janke as Yeoman Herbert Quale, Radio Operator Bob McCaffery, & Shore Patrolman in South Pacific
Also nominated: Demarcus Kinkle as Professor in South Pacific; Edgar Zayas as Seaman Tom O’Brien, Seabee in South Pacific
Best Actor in a Cameo Role in a Musical: Tie: Patrick Ethan Donovan as Jerome in South Pacific, Timothy Macdonald as Stewpot in South Pacific
Also nominated: Blake Wilson as Sailor, Seabee, Marine, & Bass solo in South Pacific
Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Musical: Harry Kantrovich as Captain George Bracket, USN in South Pacific
Also nominated: Roberto Cuevas as Commander William Harbison, USN; Seebee; & Party Guest in South Pacific, Aaron Lauster as Lieutenant Joseph Cable, USMC in South Pacific
Best Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical: Jim Mitchell as Emile DeBecque in South Pacific
Also nominated: Scott Morgan as Luther Billis in South Pacific
Best Actress in an Ensemble Role in a Musical: Lori Y. Carter as Ensign, Bloody Mary’s assistant, Islander in South Pacific
Also nominated: Leslie Barnett as Ensign, Islander, & Henrietta’s assistant in South Pacific, Flo Armstrong as Ensign & Marcela in South Pacific
Amber Elston as Ensign & Nun in South Pacific, Morgan Elizabeth Henry  as Ensign & Flirty Girl in South Pacific, Amber Armstrong as Ensign & Islander (girl on top of pyramid in “Nothing Like a Dame”) in South Pacific, Amanda Rae Elston as Ensign & Islander in South Pacific, Stephanie Kraft as Ensign & Flirty Girl in South Pacific, Tara Malaka as Ensign & Party Guest in South Pacific, Kia Tyree as Ensign & Islander in South Pacific, Alexa Wilson as Ensign & Nun in South Pacific
Best Actress in a Cameo Role in a Musical: Lindsey Hankins as Ensign, Islander & Flower Seller in South Pacific
Also nominated: Mackenzie Chandler as Ngana in South Pacific, Tara Church as Lieutenant Genevieve Marshall, Nun, & Party Guest in South Pacific, Denise Reid as Henrietta, Ensign, & Islander in South Pacific
Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Musical: Sally Flores as Bloody Mary in South Pacific
Also nominated: Suzie Flynn as Ensign Dinah Murphy in South Pacific, Lindsey Capuno as Liat & Ensign in South Pacific
Best Actress in a Leading Role in a Musical: Cambria Ungaro as Ensign Nellie Forbush in South Pacific
Best Actor in an Ensemble Role in a Play: Jack Mourad as Minion Shorn in Macbeth
Also nominated: Collin Chandler as Minion Hamish in Macbeth, George Eichelberger as Menteith /Apparition in Macbeth, Robert Mourad as Fleance/Caithness/Macduff’s son/Apparition in Macbeth, Franklin Crozier as Lennox in Macbeth
Best Actor in a Cameo Role in a Play: None in this category
Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Play: Joshua Jarrett as Porter/Apparition in Macbeth
Also nominated: Thomas Johnson as Banquo/Siward in Macbeth, Shravan Amin as Ross/Apparition in Macbeth, Ryan Dalusung as Seyton/Apparition in Macbeth,
Larry Keeling as Duncan/Doctor in Macbeth, Rich Prien  as Macduff/Apparition in Macbeth, Don Wilson as Dad in Caught in the Net, Chaz Pando as Malcolm/Apparition in Macbeth
Best Actor in a Leading Role in a Play: Paul Tamney as Stanely Gardner in Caught in the Net
Also nominated: Daniel McInerny as Macbeth in Macbeth, Trip Lloyd as John Smith in Caught in the Net, Sam Cornbrooks as Gavin Smith in Caught in the Net
Best Actress in an Ensemble Role in a Play: Patricia Crozier as Minion Coventina in Macbeth
Also nominated: Janelle Woods as Minion Aislinn  in Macbeth, Jasmine Pierce as Minion Calypso in Macbeth, Jessica Martinez as Minion Alyss in Macbeth, Sarah Barlow as Gentlewoman in Macbeth, Kimberly Mignano as Donalbain/Macbeth Servant/Apparition in Macbeth, Mackenzie Chandler as Minion Clarise in Macbeth
Best Actress in a Cameo Role in a Play: None in this category
Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Play: Ellen Young as First Witch in Macbeth
Also nominated: Boneza Hanchock as Second Witch in Macbeth, Marisa Johnson as Third Witch in Macbeth, Katherine Bisulca as Lady Macduff/Macbeth, Servant/Young Siward in Macbeth
Best Actress in a Leading Role in a Play: Aimee Snow as Lady Macbeth in Macbeth
Also nominated: Anne Kight Lloyd as Mary Smith in Caught in the Net, Lexi Rhem as Vicky Smith in Caught in the Net, Tara Church as Barbara Smith in Caught in the Net
Best Actor in an Ensemble Role: Jack Mourad as Minion Shorn in Macbeth
Also nominated: Collin Chandler as Minion Hamish in Macbeth, George Eichelberger as Menteith/Apparition in Macbeth, Justin Janke as Yeoman Herbert Quale, adio Operator Bob McCaffery, & Shore Patrolman in South Pacific, Franklin Crozier as Lennox in Macbeth, Demarcus Kinkle as Professor in South Pacific, Edgar Zayas as Seaman Tom O’Brien & Seabee in South Pacific
Best Actor in a Cameo Role, Tie: Patrick Ethan Donovan as Jerome in South Pacific, Timothy Macdonald as Stewpot in South Pacific
Also nominated: Blake Wilson as Sailor, Seabee, Marine, & Bass solo in South Pacific
Best Actor in a Supporting Role: Joshua Jarrett as Porter/Apparition in Macbeth
Also nominated: Thomas Johnson as Banquo/Siward in Macbeth, Shravan Amin as Ross/Apparition in Macbeth, Ryan Dalusung as Seyton/Apparition in Macbeth,
Harry Kantrovich as Captain George Bracket, USN in South Pacific, Roberto Cuevas as Commander William Harbison, USN; Seebee;
& Party Guest in South Pacific, Aaron Lauster as Lieutenant Joseph Cable, USMC, in South Pacific, Larry Keeling as Duncan/Doctor in Macbeth, Rich Prien as Macduff/Apparition in Macbeth, Don Wilson as Dad in Caught in the Net, Chaz Pando as Malcolm/Apparition inMacbeth
Best Actor in a Leading Role: Jim Mitchell as Emile DeBecque in South Pacific
Also nominated: Paul Tamney as Stanley Gardner in Caught in the Net, Scott Morgan as Luther Billis in South Pacific, Daniel McInerny as Macbeth in acbeth, Trip Lloyd as John Smith in Caught in the Net, Sam Cornbrooks as Gavin Smith in Caught in the Net
Best Actress in an Ensemble Role: Patricia Crozier as Minion Coventina in Macbeth
Also nominated: Janelle Woods asMinion Aislinn in Macbeth, Jasmine Pierce as Minion Calypso in Macbeth, Jessica Martinez as Minion Alyss in Macbeth,
Sarah Barlow as Gentlewoman in Macbeth, Lori Y. Carter as Ensign, Bloody Mary’s assistant, Islander in South Pacific, Leslie Barnett as Ensign, Islander, Henrietta’s assistant in South Pacific, Robert Mourad as Fleance / Caithness / Macduff’s son / Apparition in Macbeth, Flo Armstrong as Ensign, Marcela (Islander) in South Pacific, Kimberly Mignano as Donalbain / Macbeth Servant / Apparition in Macbeth, Amber Elston as Ensign, Nun in South Pacific, Morgan Elizabeth Henry as Ensign, Flirty Girl in South Pacific, Amber Armstrong as Ensign, Islander (girl on top of pyramid in “Nothing Like a Dame”) in South Pacific, Amanda Rae Elston as Ensign, Islander (shouts “boat, boat, boat”) in South Pacific, Stephanie Kraft as Ensign, Flirty Girl in South Pacific, Tara Malaka as Ensign, Party Guest in South Pacific, Kia Tyree as Ensign, Islander in South Pacific, Alexa Wilson as Ensign, Nun in South Pacific, Mackenzie Chandler as Minion Clarise in Macbeth
Best Actress in a Cameo Role in a Musical
Lindsey Hankins as Ensign, Islander & Flower Seller in South Pacific
Also nominated: Mackenzie Chandler as Ngana in South Pacific, Tara Church as Lieutenant Genevieve Marshall, Nun, & Party Guest in South Pacific, Denise Reid as Henrietta, Ensign, & Islander in South Pacific
Best Actress in a Supporting Role: Sally Flores as Bloody Mary in South Pacific
Also nominated: Ellen Young as First Witch in Macbeth, Boneza Hanchock as Second Witch in Macbeth, Marisa Johnson as Third Witch in Macbeth, Katherine Bisulca as Lady Macduff / Macbeth Servant/ Young Siward in Macbeth, Suzie Flynn as Ensign Dinah Murphy in South Pacific, Lindsey Capuno as Liat & Ensign in South Pacific
Best Actress in a Leading Role: Cambria Ungaro as Ensign Nellie Forbush in South Pacific
Also nominated: Aimee Snow as Lady Macbeth in Macbeth, Anne Kight Lloyd as Mary Smith in Caught in the Net, Lexi Rhem as Vicky Smith in Caught in the Net, Tara Church as Barbara Smith in Caught in the Net

PRODUCTION AWARDS
Best Choreography in a Musical: South Pacific
Best Costumes in a Musical: South Pacific
Best Directing in Musical: South Pacific
Best Hair/Make Up in a Musical: South Pacific
Best Lighting in a Musical: South Pacific
Best Overall Production in a Musical: South Pacific
Best Properties in a Musical: South Pacific
Best Set Decoration in a Musical: South Pacific
Best Set Design in a Musical: South Pacific
Best Sound in a Musical: South Pacific
Best Special Effects in a Musical: South Pacific
Best Stage Combat/Stunts in a Musical: South Pacific
Best Choreography in a Play: Caught in the Net
Best Costumes in a Play: Macbeth
Best Directing in Play: Caught in the Net
Best Hair/Make Up in a Play: Macbeth
Best Lighting in a Play: Caught in the Net
Best Overall Production in a Play: Caught in the Net
Best Properties in a Play: Macbeth
Best Set Decoration in a Play: Macbeth
Best Set Design in a Play:” Caught in the Net
Best Sound in a Play: Caught in the Net
Best Special Effects in a Play: Caught in the Net
Best Stage Combat/Stunts in a Play: Macbeth
Best Choreography: Caught in the Net
Best Costumes: Macbeth
Best Directing: Caught in the Net
Best Hair/Make Up: Macbeth
Best Lighting : South Pacific
Best Overall Production: Caught in the Net
Best Properties: Macbeth
Best Set Decoration: Macbeth
Best Set Design: Caught in the Net
Best Sound: Caught in the Net
Best Special Effects: Caught in the Net
Best Stage Combat/Stunts: Macbeth

 Castaways Repertory Theatre Audience Awards 2012-13

Best Lead Actor in a Play, Mike Rudden as Algernon in “The Importance Of Being Earnest”
Best Lead Actress in a Play, and Overall (tie), Tess McCormick as Cecily in “The Importance Of Being Earnest”
Best Lead Actor in a Musical, and Overall, Jim Mitchell as Cervantes/Don Quixote in “Man Of La Mancha”
Best Lead Actress in a Musical, and Overall (tie), Aerika Saxe as Aldonza/Dulcenea in “Man Of La Mancha”
Best Supporting Actor in a Play, and Overall, Rodrigo Pool as Tylor Taylor in “Laughing Stock”
Best Supporting Actress in a Play, and Overall, Katherine Bisulca as Miss Prism in “The Importance Of Being Earnest”
Best Supporting Actor in a Musical, Rich Amanda as The Duke/Dr. Carrasco in “Man Of La Mancha”
Best Supporting Actress in a Musical, Brooke Angel as Fermina/Gypsy/Prisoner in “Man Of La Mancha”
Best Cameo Actor in a Play, and Overall, Machael Beare as Lane in “The Importance Of Being Earnest”
Best Cameo Actress in a Play, Heather Bisulca as The Maid in “The Importance Of Being Earnest”
Best Cameo Actor in a Musical, Andrew Reid as Anselmo/Muleteer in “Man Of La Mancha”
Best Cameo Actress in a Musical, Cambria Ungaro as Antonia/Young Innocent in “Man Of La Mancha”
Best Ensemble Actress in a Musical, and Overall (5-way tie), Pat Janell, Amber Elston, Maria Carias, Jen Hood, Jasmine Clark in “Man Of La Mancha”
Best Production of a Play, and Overall, “The Importance Of Being Earnest”
Best Production of a Musical, “Man Of La Mancha”
Best Direction of a Play, and Overall, “The Importance Of Being Earnest”
Best Direction of a Musical, “Man Of La Mancha”
Best Musical Direction, “Man Of La Mancha”
Best Choreography in a Musical, and Overall, “Man Of La Mancha”
Best Set Design in a Play, and Overall, “The Importance Of Being Earnest”
Best Set Design in a Musical, “Man Of La Mancha”
Best Set Decoration in a Play, and Overall, “The Importance Of Being Earnest”
Best Set Decoration in a Musical, “Man Of La Mancha”
Best Sound in a Play, “The Importance Of Being Earnest”
Best Sound in a Musical, and Overall, “Man Of La Mancha”
Best Lighting in a Play, “The Importance Of Being Earnest”
Best Lighting in a Musical, and Overall, “Man Of La Mancha”
Best Costumes in a Play, and Overall, “The Importance Of Being Earnest”
Best Properties in a Play, and Overall, “The Importance Of Being Earnest”
Best Properties in a Musical, “Man Of La Mancha”
Best Hair/Makeup in a Play, and Overall, “The Importance Of Being Earnest”
Best Hair/Makeup in a Musical, “Man Of La Mancha”

Castaways Repertory Theatre Audience Awards 2011-12

Best Lead Actor in Play, James McDaniel as Gordon Miller in “Room Service”
Best Lead Actress in a Play, and Overall, Aimee Snow in “Taming Of The Shrew”
Best Lead Actor in a Musical, and Overall, Jim Mitchell as Tevye in “Fiddler On The Roof”
Best Lead Actress in a Musical, Rachel Harrington as Golde in “Fiddler On The Roof”
Best Supporting Actor in a Play, and Overall, Chaz Pondo as Lucentio in “Taming Of The Shrew”
Best Supporting Actress in a Play, Mari Davis as Bianca in “Taming Of The Shrew”
Best Supporting Actor in a Musical, Brian Johnson as Perchik in “Fiddler On The Roof”
Best Supporting Actress in a Musical, and Overall, Meganne Johnson as Yenta in “Fiddler On The Roof”
Best Cameo Actress in a Play, Libby Huguley as Senator Blake in “Room Service”
Best Cameo Actor in a Musical, and Overall, Alex Bedont as Sasha in “Fiddler On The Roof”
Best Cameo Actress in a Musical, and Overall, Denise Mattingly as Grandma Tzeitel in “Fiddler On The Roof”
Best Ensemble Actor in a Musical, and Overall, Collin Chandler in “Fiddler On The Roof”
Best Ensemble Actress in a Musical, and Overall, Mackenzie Chandler in “Fiddler On The Roof”
Best Properties in a Play, and Overall, “Taming Of The Shrew”
Best Properties in a Musical, “Fiddler On The Roof”
Best Set Decoration in a Play, “Room Service”
Best Set Decoration in a Musical, and Overall, “Fiddler On The Roof”
Best Set Design in a Play, and Overall, “Taming Of The Shrew”
Best Set Design in a Musical, “Fiddler On The Roof”
Best Lighting in a Play, “Taming Of The Shrew”
Best Lighting in a Musical, and Overall, “Fiddler On The Roof”
Best Costumes in a Play, “Taming Of The Shrew”
Best Costumes in a Musical, and Overall, “Fiddler On The Roof”
Best Sound Design in a Play, “Room Service”
Best Sound Design in a Musical, and Overall, “Fiddler On The Roof”
Best Musical Direction, “Fiddler On The Roof”
Best Choreography, “Fiddler On The Roof”
Best Directing in a Play, and Overall, “Taming Of The Shrew”
Best Directing in a Musical, “Fiddler On The Roof”
Best Production in a Play, “Taming Of The Shrew”
Best Production in a Musical, and Overall, “Fiddler On The Roof”

Castaways Repertory Theatre Audience Awards 2010-11

Best Lead Actor in a Musical, and Overall, Brian Johnson as Jesus in “Godspell”
Best Lead Actor in a Play, Ted Ballard as Joe Tushman in “Empty Closets”
Best Lead Actress in a Play, and Overall, Rebecca Hausman as Helen Keller in “The Miracle Worker”
Best Supporting Actor in a Musical, and Overall, Burke Romans-Murray as Jeffrey in “Godspell”
Best Supporting Actor in a Play, Scott Olson as Captain Keller in “The Miracle Worker”
Best Supporting Actress in a Musical, and Overall, Rachel Harrington as Peggy in “Godspell”
Best Supporting Actress in a Play, Colleen Close as Kate Keller in “The Miracle Worker”
Best Cameo Actor in a Play, and Overall, Don Wilson as Doctor/Author in “The Miracle Worker”
Best Cameo Actress in a Play, and Overall, Victoria Baker as Laura in “The Miracle Worker”
Best Ensemble Actor in a Musical, and Overall, Gavin Tameris in “Godspell”
Best Ensemble Actress in a Musical, and Overall, Jasmine Bull in “Godspell”
Best Production of a Play, and Overall, “Empty Closets”
Best Production of a Musical, “Godspell”
Best Director of a Play, and Overall, Lynn Lacy for “Empty Closets”
Best Director of a Musical, Zina Bleck for “Godspell”
Best Set Design for a Play, and Overall, Gavin Tameris for “Empty Closets”
Best Set Design for a Musical, Gavin Tameris for “Godspell”
Best Costumes for a Play, and Overall, “Empty Closets”
Best Costumes for a Musical, “Godspell”
Best Lighting for a Play, and Overall, “Empty Closets”
Best Lighting for a Musical, “Godspell”
Best Sound for a Musical, and Overall, “Godspell”
Best Sound for a Play, “Empty Closets”
Best Set Decoration for a Play, and Overall, “Empty Closets”
Best Set Decoration for a Musical, “Godspell”
Best Properties for a Play, and Overall, “Empty Closets”
Best Properties for a Musical, “Godspell”
Best Choreography for a Musical, and Overall, “Godspell”
Best Musical Direction for a Musical, and Overall, “Godspell”

Castaways Repertory Theatre Audience Awards 2009-10 (Initial Year)

Best Lead Actor in a Play, Daniel Purcell as Stanley Gardner in “Run For Your Wife”
Best Lead Actor in a Musical, James Mitchell as Henry Higgins in “My Fair Lady”
Best Lead Actress in a Play, Katherine Bisulca as Mrs Manningham in “Angel Street”
Best Lead Actress in a Musical, Katherine Bisulca as Eliza Doolittle in “My Fair Lady”
Best Featured Actor in a Play, Bailey Center as Sgt Porterhouse in “Run For Your Wife”
Best Featured Actor in a Musical, Richard Yingling as Freddy in “My Fair Lady”
Best Featured Actress in a Play, Rebecca Fischler as Nancy in “Angel Street”
Best Featured Actress in a Musical, Marji Jepperson as Mrs Higgins in “My Fair Lady”
Best Ensemble Actor in a Musical, Frasier for Ascot Dance-Waltz in “My Fair Lady”
Best Ensemble Actress in a Musical, Britt Fucito in “My Fair Lady”
Best Cameo Actor in a Musical, Gavin Tameris as Lord Boxingham in “My Fair Lady”
Best Cameo Actress in a Musical, Claudia Tameris as Lady Boxingham in “My Fair Lady”
Best Set Design for a Musical, “My Fair Lady”
Best Set Design for a Play, “Run For Your Wife”
Best Set Decoration for a Musical, “My Fair Lady”
Best Set Decoration for a Play, “Angel Street”
Best Properties for a Musical, “My Fair Lady”
Best Properties for a Play, “Run For Your Wife”
Best Costumes for a Musical, “My Fair Lady”
Best Costumes for a Play, “Angel Street”
Best Sound for a Musical, “My Fair Lady”
Best Sound for a Play, “Run For Your Wife”
Best Lighting for a Musical, “My Fair Lady”
Best Lighting for a Play, “Run For Your Wife”
Best Directing for a Musical, “My Fair Lady”
Best Directing for a Play, “Run For Your Wife”
Best Production for a Musical, “My Fair Lady”
Best Production for a Play, “Run For Your Wife”

Date published: June 8, 2014