Jean’s Playhouse nominated for 8 New Hampshire Theatre Awards in 2013!

2013 was another great year of high-quality theatre around the state of New Hampshire- and right here in Lincoln at Jean’s Playhouse!

The annual New Hampshire Theatre Awards have announced their nominations for the best of the best in theatre arts performance in the state, and Jean’s Playhouse is proud to announce that we received 8 nominations!

Our nominations include:

Best Production – Drama/Comedy – Professional, for The Complete History of America, Abridged

Best Director- Drama/Comedy – Professional, for Rey Lopez, The Complete History of America, Abridged

Best Actor- Drama/Comedy – Professional, for Joseph Freeman as “Himself”, The Complete History of America, Abridged

Best Actor- Drama/Comedy – Professional, for Gary DuBreuil as “Himself”, The Complete History of America, Abridged

Best Supporting Actor- Drama/Comedy – Professional, for Josh Sticklin as “Himself”, The Complete History of America, Abridged

Best Supporting Actress – Musical – Professional, for Nicolette Violette Sweeney as “Liesl von Trapp”, The Sound of Music

Best Music Director – Professional, for Jordan Ostrowski, The Sound of Music

Best Choreographer – Professional, for Allyson Thorpe, The Sound of Music

To see all 2013 New Hampshire Theatre Awards nominations, Click Here!

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