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  • Cast Announcement for "The Siegel"

    Congratulations to the cast of ACT’s "The Siegel," directed by Paige Walth Tiede. Performance dates: July 31 - August 4. ACT’s Box Office will open exclusively for Subscribers on July 9. There’s still time to become a Subscriber! Visit AberdeenCommunityTheatre.com for more information on all the benefits of subscribing and supporting your local Theatre. ACT’s Box Office will open to the general public on July 13. Cast: ETHAN SIEGEL: Eliot Lucas ALICE: Kylee Carlson NELSON: Jason Honerman DEBORAH: Bethe Martian RON: Tony Kollman JORDAN: Nicole Christiansen SYNOPSIS: Ethan Siegel is in love, and ready to propose to Alice! There’s just one problem: Ethan and Alice broke up two years ago! While Ethan doesn’t see that as an obstacle, Alice’s new boyfriend might feel differently. Sarcastic, witty, fast-paced and fresh, this play presents a modern take on romance that asks the question: Is there really such a thing as a “soulmate?”

  • Auditions for "The Siegal"

    "The Siegel" by Michael Mitnick Ethan Siegel is in love, and ready to propose to Alice. There’s just one problem: they broke up two years ago! Ethan doesn’t see that as an obstacle, but Alice’s new boyfriend might feel differently! Sarcastic, witty, fast-paced and fresh, it’s a modern take on romance that asks the question: Is there really such a thing as a “soulmate?” Auditions for “The Siegel” will be held at the Capitol Theatre, 415 S Main St., June 24 & 25 at 7pm. No experience needed. No need to prepare. Tentative show dates July 31st - August 4th. Directed by Paige Walth Tiede. Scripts available for 48 hours from either the ACT’s office or the K.O. Lee Library. Please note that script are limited and checkout is on a first come, first served basis. Download, fill out, and bring to you to auditions or email a copy to act@nvc.net & Paige@AberdeenCommunityTheatre.com Alternative download link ACT will cast 3 men and 3 women in this modern romantic comedy. ETHAN - Mid 20s to Mid 30s. Ethan recently realized he is madly in love with his ex-girlfriend Alice, and he is willing to do anything to win her back. He is a man with a plan that no one can figure out—perhaps not even himself. ALICE - Mid 20s to Mid 30s. The woman with whom Ethan is madly in love. She is a driven woman who recently had her illusions shattered, professionally and personally. She is working on getting her life back on track. NELSON - Mid 20s to Mid 30s. Alice’s current boyfriend. He wants to be seen as the “cool guy,” but he really, really is not. RON - 50s to 60s. Alice’s dad with whom she has a good relationship. He is a lawyer and is currently married to Alice’s mom, Deborah. DEBORAH - 50s to 60s. Alice’s mom. Deborah wishes she and Alice were as close as Ron and Alice are. She is a doctor but is inept with technology. JORDAN - Mid 20s to Mid 30s. Jordan is smart and she possesses a relaxed air and self-confidence that none of the other characters have.

  • ACT presents "Bright Star"

    Summer Musical at the Capitol Theatre 415 S Main St. TICKET INFORMATION ACT Subscribers: reserve your seats starting from May 21 at 10am. Non-subscribers: the Box Office will open on May 25 at 10am. Don’t miss out! For more details about our 2024 subscription, please CLICK HERE. Subscribing is the most effective way to secure the best prices and ticket selection. Get your tickets online at AberdeenCommunityTheatre.com, in person at Riddle's Jewelry, or by calling (605) 225-2228. Early Bird (May 25-28): $22 Advance (May 29-June 16): $24 Door (June 11-16): $28 PERFORMANCE DATES & TIMES Tuesday, June 11th 7:30pm Wednesday, June 12th 7:30pm Thursday, June 13th 7:30pm Friday, June 14th 7:30pm Saturday, June 15th 7:30pm Sunday, June 16th 2:30pm SYNOPSIS: ACT’s summer musical! A sweeping tale of love and redemption, set in the American South. A young woman meets a soldier returning from war and sets off on a journey to understand her past. A richly emotional, funny, and charming saga set to country and bluegrass music written by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell. ALL CAST MEMBERS ARE EXPECTED TO ATTEND THE FIRST REHEARSAL TONIGHT MAY 1ST AT 7PM.

  • Subscribe to ACT's 44th Season - 4 show subscription

    Aberdeen Community Theatre 44th season has FOUR remaining mainstage productions. Explore the best live theater experience with our three Subscriber packages designed to fit you. Stay informed with exclusive news and announcements delivered conveniently via mail and email. Benefit from early access to the box office, securing your spot before the general public. VIP Subscription: Enjoy the same reserved seat(s) for each of the FOUR remaining mainstage productions. Your tickets will be conveniently mailed to you, and your name will be featured in ACT’s programs. Flex Subscription: Embrace flexibility without compromising on quality. Enjoy SIX ticket credits, usable in any combination for the remaining mainstage productions. Individual Subscription: Provides one ticket credit for each of the FOUR remaining productions in 2024. Download, print and mail to: ACT, PO Box 813, Aberdeen, SD 57402-0813 OR stop in at ACT's Office, 417 S Main St, Aberdeen, SD 57401 OR call at (605) 225-2228 "Bright Star" June 18-23* ACT’s summer musical! A sweeping tale of love and redemption set in the American South. A young woman meets a soldier returning from war and sets off on a journey to understand her past. A richly emotional, funny, and charming saga set to country and bluegrass music written by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell. "The Siegel" July 31-August 4* Ethan Siegel is in love, and ready to propose to Alice. There’s just one problem: they broke up two years ago! Ethan doesn’t see that as an obstacle, but Alice’s new boyfriend might feel differently! Sarcastic, witty, fast-paced and fresh, it’s a modern take on romance that asks the question: Is there really such a thing as a “soulmate?” "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" October 9-13* ACT’s Young People’s Theatre presents a classic children’s tale, brought to life on stage. Featuring the great lion, Aslan, the terrifying White Witch, and four siblings who enter a magical land through an enchanted wardrobe. Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy must join forces with mythical creatures and talking animals to save Narnia from perpetual winter. "A Tune Christmas" November 20-24* Welcome back to Tuna, TX for the holidays! ACT’s 2024 Christmas show is a sequel to the well-known “Greater Tuna,” whose characters populate the third-smallest town in all of Texas. There’s a lawn decoration contest, a mysterious Christmas Phantom, and a local production of “A Christmas Carol” that keeps running into trouble. A wild and wacky comedy-satire that will have the audience laughing out loud. *Shows and Dates are subject to change

  • Auditions for "Bright Star"

    ACT’s summer musical! A sweeping tale of love and redemption set in the American South. A young woman meets a soldier returning from war and sets off on a journey to understand her past. A richly emotional, funny, and charming saga set to country and bluegrass music written by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell. Auditions for “Bright Star” will be held at the Capitol Theatre, 415 S Main St., April 29th and 30th at 7pm. No experience needed. No need to prepare. Tentative show dates: June 11-16 or 18-23 (Depending on volunteer schedules) Directed by Brian T. Schultz. Scripts available for 48 hours from either the ACT’s office or the K.O. Lee Library. Please note that script are limited and checkout is on a first come, first served basis. Download, fill out, and bring to you to auditions or email a copy to act@nvc.net Alternative download link ACT is looking for four female and six male featured roles. Opportunities for featured casting in the ensemble. Additional chorus roles to be determined Alice Murphy – plays both 16-17 and 36-37. Alice at age 36-37 is an editor of a southern literary magazine; intelligent, attractive, professional – but with an air of melancholy. Young Alice at age 16-17 is rebellious, high-spirited, adventurous – looking to break out of small-town life and experience the world. She must be very strong singer and comfortable in folk and bluegrass styles. Billy Cane – a young soldier returning home from WWII; an aspiring young writer; fresh, open, optimistic, charming, and a little naïve. Daddy Cane – Billy’s father. A widower. Spry, good looking. Kind hearted, if a bit lonely. Margo Crawford – a small-town bookstore owner; a childhood friend of Billy’s who now harbors romantic feelings towards him; a natural beauty with a keen intellect. Max – a customer at Margo’s bookstore, at first, he has a crush on Margo, but later becomes Edna’s beau. Florence – an employee at Margo’s bookstore and a childhood friend of both Billy and Margo. Edna – an employee at Margo’s bookstore. Daryl Ames – An assistant at a literary magazine. Funny, with a dry and officious sense of humor. Insecure, and perhaps a bit socially awkward, but endearing and innately likeable. Lucy Grant – A junior editor at a literary magazine. An ambitious, professional young “modern” career woman of the 1940’s. Strong, forthright and provocative with a sharp sense of humor. Mama Murphy – Alice’s mother. A caretaker to her family and her rural community. A warm, loving, sensible woman. Hardworking, with great inner strength and compassion. Daddy Murphy – Alice’s father; an authoritative and a stern disciplinarian; devoutly religious, hard-working, a poor but proud farmer. Mayor Josiah Dobbs – the Mayor of Zebulon; a political and financial powerbroker – distinguished, an imposing and controlling presence; has a genuine interest in protecting his son’s future and his family name, but in doing so, is ultimately pushed to a point of extreme and irrevocable cruelty. Jimmy Ray Dobbs – plays both age 18-20 and 38-40. Jimmy Ray in his early 20s in flashbacks is Mayor Dobbs’ son and young Alice’s beau; handsome, boyishly charming, well-built and intelligent; from a family of wealth and power and is being groomed by his father for a similar future in the family business; an independent thinker who is not afraid to stand up to his father for what he believes in; he has a sense of personal responsibility and morality as well as a deep reserve of passion and emotion. The same actor will also play an adult Jimmy Ray at age 38-40. Stanford – Loyal assistant to Mayor Josiah Dobbs Dr. Norquist – The local family doctor in Zebulon Government Clerk – A clerk at the Office of Records in Raleigh Well-Dressed Woman – A woman (38-40) living in Raleigh. BRIGHT STAR AUDITION SELECTIONS: MEN: Bright Star: mm. 22-52 Vocal Score Bright Star: full song Whoa, Mama: mm. 9-49 Vocal Score Whoa, Mama: full song A Man’s Gotta Do: mm. 3-34 Vocal Score A Man's Gotta Do: full song WOMEN: If You Knew My Story: mm. 36-74 Vocal Score If You Knew My Story: full song Asheville: mm. 14-46 Vocal Score Asheville: full song Another Round: mm. 7-54 Vocal Score Another Round: full song

  • "Noir Suspicions" Buy Tickets Now

    “NOIR SUSPICIONS” is a sequel to last year’s “MURDER AT CAFÉ NOIR,” but this new murder mystery stands alone; you will enjoy this production whether you saw the first one or not! Patrons will be seated on the stage; the actors will perform around and in between the tables. ACT returns to “Café Noir” with this sequel featuring familiar characters from “Murder at Café Noir,” including Rick Archer and Sheila Wonderly. Enjoy a meal onstage during this humorous, interactive murder mystery that’s an homage to “Casablanca.” Mr. Archer finds himself in a tough spot after the discovery of a dead body on the dock. Adding to the intrigue: a mysterious woman, a devious blackmailer, and a businessman who wants to take Ms. Wonderly – and the Café - for himself. DATES & TIMES Wednesday, April 10th at 6:30pm Thursday, April 11th at 6:30pm Friday, April 12th at 6:30pm Saturday, April 13th at 6:30pm Sunday, April 14th at 12:30pm Wednesday, April 17th at 6:30pm Thursday, April 18th at 6:30pm Friday, April 19th at 6:30pm Saturday, April 20th at 6:30pm Sunday, April 21st at 12:30pm Lobby doors will open half an hour before listed time. Performance will start half an hour after listed time. CAST Tim Moffett as Rick Archer Haley Salem as Sheila Wonderly Arlyn Rusche as Anthony Cairo Tony Kollman as Inspector Rigfield/Renault Emily Meidinger as Ingrid Lazlo John Schwab as Sidney Ferrari Kylee Carlson as Claudette Ponte Aysia Eggena as Judge Koch Directed by Brian T. Schultz SEATS & TICKETS $55 Now through April 5th. $65 starting April 6th. Tickets include the play, the meal, and a Large ACT Souvenir Cup. Tickets can also be purchased in person at Riddle’s Jewelry Store (check store hours), or by phone at (605) 225-2228 (Mon-Fri 10am-4pm). Audience members will be seated at tables and chairs on the stage (refer to seating chart below). There will be tables of 6, 8 and 10 people. The “action” will take place all around and in between the tables – there’s no “front row” or “back row” and no seat is a bad seat! The stage is accessible to people using wheelchairs or walkers. Wheelchair patrons: please call ACT at (605) 225-2228 so a staff member can assist you in selecting your seat location. FOOD & DRINKS Aberdeen Community Theatre is grateful to our caterer, Ken’s SuperFair Foods, for their support! The meal will include a include salad, entrée, side dishes and dessert. Pop and water will be included with the meal (free will donations for beverages are always appreciated). Beer and wine will be available for purchase separately. Please be aware that food will be prepared off-site, and Aberdeen Community Theatre cannot guarantee the absence of common allergens, such as dairy, eggs, wheat, soybeans, tree nuts, peanuts, or seafood. Please contact the ACT office with questions or concerns. ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS? Please call (605) 225-2228 so that we may assist you.

  • ACT's 2024 DINNER THEATRE CAST ANNOUNCEMENT: ~~NOIR SUSPICIONS~~

    Aberdeen Community Theatre presents "NOIR SUSPICIONS." Performance dates: April 10 - 14 & April 17 - 21 Cast: Rick Archer…. Tim Moffett Sheila Wonderly…. Haley Salem Anthony Cairo…. Arlyn Rusche Inspector Rigfield/Renault…. Tony Kollman Ingrid Lazlo…. Emily Meidinger Sidney Ferrari…. John Schwab Claudette Ponte…. Kylee Carlson Judge Koch…. Aysia Eggena Asst. Dir./Stage Manager…. Carmen Huber Directed by Brian T. Schultz ACT Subscribers can reserve their seats now! Call (605) 225-2228 to choose a performance and choose your seats. The Box Office will open to the general public on March 19th at 10:00am. “NOIR SUSPICIONS” is a sequel to last year’s “MURDER AT CAFÉ NOIR,” but this new murder mystery stands alone; you will enjoy this production whether you saw the first one or not! Patrons will be seated on the stage; the actors will perform around and in between the tables. Ensure that you can sit with your friends! A limited number of TABLE SPONSORSHIPS are available now for $750; these include a table for 10, ACT souvenir sippy cups for all guests, special listing in the program, and more. Best of all, TABLE SPONSORS can reserved their seats now - BEFORE the Box Office opens to the general public. For more information about reserving a table for 10, please send an email to act@nvc.net with the subject line "DINNER THEATRE" - or call (605) 225-2228. NOIR SUSPICIONS ACT returns to “Café Noir” with this sequel featuring familiar characters from “Murder at Café Noir,” including Rick Archer and Sheila Wonderly. Enjoy a meal onstage during this humorous, interactive murder mystery that’s an homage to “Casablanca.” Mr. Archer finds himself in a tough spot after the discovery of a dead body on the dock. Adding to the intrigue: a mysterious woman, a devious blackmailer, and a businessman who wants to take Ms. Wonderly – and the Café - for himself. Seating Chart

  • Subscribe to ACT's 44th Season (5-Shows)

    Aberdeen Community Theatre is thrilled to announce its 44th season with FIVE remaining mainstage productions in 2024. Explore the best live theater experience with our three Subscriber packages designed to cater to your preferences. VIP Subscription: Enjoy the same reserved seat(s) for FOUR mainstage productions and priority seat selection for the dinner theater. Your tickets will be conveniently mailed to you, and your name will be featured in ACT’s programs. Flex Subscription: Embrace flexibility without compromising on quality. Enjoy SIX ticket credits, usable in any combination for FOUR remaining mainstage productions, with a single credit applicable to the dinner theater. Individual Subscription: Provides one ticket credit for each of the FIVE remaining productions in 2024. Choose the subscription that suits you. Subscribe today and elevate your theater-going experience! Stay informed with exclusive news and announcements delivered conveniently via mail and email. Benefit from early access to the box office, securing your spot before the general public. If above form does not download properly, click here to download from Google Drive. Download, print and mail to: ACT, PO Box 813, Aberdeen, SD 57402-0813 OR stop in at ACT's Office, 417 S Main St, Aberdeen, SD 57401 OR call at (605) 225-2228 "Noir Suspicions" April 10-21* ACT returns to “Café Noir” featuring familiar characters from “Murder at Café Noir,” including Rick Archer and Sheila Wonderly. Enjoy a meal onstage during this humorous, interactive murder mystery that’s an homage to “Casablanca.” Mr. Archer finds himself in a tough spot after the discovery of a dead body on the dock. Adding to the intrigue: a mysterious woman, a devious blackmailer, and a businessman who wants to take Ms. Wonderly – and the Café - for himself. "Bright Star" June 18-23* ACT’s summer musical! A sweeping tale of love and redemption set in the American South. A young woman meets a soldier returning from war and sets off on a journey to understand her past. A richly emotional, funny, and charming saga set to country and bluegrass music written by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell. "The Siegel" July 31-August 4* Ethan Siegel is in love, and ready to propose to Alice. There’s just one problem: they broke up two years ago! Ethan doesn’t see that as an obstacle, but Alice’s new boyfriend might feel differently! Sarcastic, witty, fast-paced and fresh, it’s a modern take on romance that asks the question: Is there really such a thing as a “soulmate?” "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" October 9-13* ACT’s Young People’s Theatre presents a classic children’s tale, brought to life on stage. Featuring the great lion, Aslan, the terrifying White Witch, and four siblings who enter a magical land through an enchanted wardrobe. Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy must join forces with mythical creatures and talking animals to save Narnia from perpetual winter. "A Tune Christmas" November 20-24* Welcome back to Tuna, TX for the holidays! ACT’s 2024 Christmas show is a sequel to the well-known “Greater Tuna,” whose characters populate the third-smallest town in all of Texas. There’s a lawn decoration contest, a mysterious Christmas Phantom, and a local production of “A Christmas Carol” that keeps running into trouble. A wild and wacky comedy-satire that will have the audience laughing out loud. *Shows and Dates are subject to change

  • YPT Classes

    Aberdeen Community Theatre and Young People's Theatre are excited to announce upcoming musical theatre classes scheduled for February through April. Registration are closed. Classes held at the Capitol Theatre 417 S Main St. Level 1: Grades 2-3 Registration fee $35.00 This introductory class provides a chance for your child to explore the world of musical theatre performance. Students will learn a group musical theatre song and dance number, selected by the instructor, to showcase for friends and family on April 6th. The class meets once a week for an hour, focusing on combining physical and vocal elements to present a polished musical theatre performance. Level 2: Grades 4-7 Registration fee $40.00 Designed in a musical theatre style, this class challenges each student to learn a solo or duet from a selection of songs and participate in a group musical theatre number chosen by the instructor. The class meets twice a week for an hour and a half, leading up to a performance of individual and group pieces at the student showcase on April 6th. The first class each week focuses on exercises and explorations to enhance solo or duet performances, while the second class delves into physical explorations to elevate the group musical theatre number. Classes Schedule:

  • Auditions for "Noir Suspicions"

    Auditions for “Noir Suspicions” will be held at the Capitol Theatre, 415 S Main St., March 4th and 5th at 7pm. ACT is looking for three women and four men for the following roles: RICHARD ARCHER - ex-private detective, now half owner of the Cafe Noir. His partner and girlfriend is - SHEILA WONDERLY - ex-call girl, now the other half owner of the Cafe Noir. ANTHONY CAIRO - a dealer in the black market, and hiding out from some smugglers he double-crossed. DEPUTY INSPECTOR RIGFIELD - of the St. Vincent Police. He hates the Cafe Noir and has longed to close it down and get himself a promotion to full inspector. INGRID LASZLO - a desperate woman being blackmailed. SIDNEY FERRARI - the British owner of the Blue Parrot Resort and Condos on Tobago Cay and one of the Carribean’s wealthiest developers. CLAUDETTE PONTE - a French blackmailer, known as Nurse Nightshade because of her expertise with poisons. JUDGE KOCH - a magistrate from St. Vincent and regular at the Cafe Noir. RENAULT - a taxi driver and member of the radical French Liberte party. NOTES: CLAUDETTE and JUDGE KOCH are played by the same actress. RENAULT and RIGFIELD are played by the same actor. MUSICAL STYLE: Classic Broadway VOCAL DEMANDS: Easy No experience needed. No need to prepare. Directed by Brian T. Schultz. Tentative Show Dates: April 10-21. Scripts available for 48 hours from either the ACT’s office or the K.O. Lee Library. Please note that script checkout is on a first come, first served basis. Download, fill out, and bring to you to auditions or email a copy to act@nvc.net Alternative download link ACT Returns to Café Noir! Join us for a riveting evening as ACT returns to the beloved “Café Noir” with a thrilling sequel, bringing back characters from “Murder at Café Noir,” such as the witty Rick Archer and the enigmatic Sheila Wonderly. Immerse yourself in a delectable experience, enjoying a meal right onstage during this interactive and humorous murder mystery that pays homage to the timeless classic, “Casablanca.” In this hard-boiled comic mystery sequel, Rick Archer, the ex-private eye turned perplexed manager of Café Noir on the picturesque island of Mustique, finds himself in a tight spot. The discovery of a lifeless body on the dock throws him into a web of intrigue, featuring a mysterious femme fatale, a cunning blackmailer with French connections, and a shrewd businessman with eyes on both Ms. Wonderly and the café itself. The plot thickens as Rick is unjustly arrested after the blackmailer meets an untimely demise within the confines of his club. Now, it’s up to the audience to play detective, piecing together clues and convincing the magistrate of Rick’s innocence. With nods to the classic film, “Casablanca,” Noir Suspicions guarantees a delightful experience for audiences, whether or not they are familiar with the previous hit, “Murder at Café Noir.” Get ready for an evening filled with laughter, suspense, and a tribute to the golden era of cinema.

  • ACT presents "The Friendly Hour"

    Aberdeen Community Theatre presents "The Friendly Hour." February 28th - March 2nd at 7:30pm and March 3rd at 2:30pm at the Capitol Theatre 415 S Main St. TICKETS $18 Early Bird Feb. 10-13, $20 in Advance Feb. 14-March 3, $24 at the Door. Tickets can be purchased at Riddle’s Jewelry (check store hours), 605-225-2228, or by clicking here. SYNOPSIS In 1934, a group of women in rural South Dakota started gathering each month for “The Friendly Hour.” This poignant comedy tells their stories entirely through transcripts of the meeting minutes, spanning seven decades. A thoroughly American story of farm life and lifelong friendships, set on the South Dakota prairie. CAST DORCAS BRIGGLE.........................................................Diane Leitheiser WAVA JAMTGAARD.............................................................Haley Salem OPAL ZWEIFEL....................................................................Aysia Eggena EFFIE VOSS...............................................................Nicole Christiansen ISABELLE HAGEN, LUCILLE OSTENSEN, IRENE DESPLINTER, EDNA PATTON, ELVERA NORMAN, ALICE BJERS, BARB NORLING, & HAZEL LARSON.............................................................Kylee Carlson ASST. DIRECTOR/STAGE MANAGER..........................Emily Meidinger DIRECTOR........................................................................Brian T. Schultz

  • 2023 Volunteer Party

    42nd Volunteer party - 34th Annual ACTie awards 31st Anniversary in Capitol Theatre Aberdeen Community Theatre celebrated a successful 2023 Season, and honored hundreds of volunteers at its annual Volunteer Party on January 20, 2024. ACT relies on volunteers to fill a wide variety of roles backstage, on stage, and off stage, in order to support our mission of providing quality entertainment and opportunities for people of all ages. Hundreds of volunteers sing, dance, act, build sets, make costumes, operate lights and sound, do hair and makeup, usher, assist with office or facility tasks, and much more - every year. Their generous gifts of time and talent are vital to our success: we simply could not do it without our volunteers. We are grateful to each and every one of you for "GETTING INTO THE ACT!!" Here's a look at this year's "ACTie" awards. Special note: any volunteers who were unable to attend the awards event may pick up their certificates at the ACT office, 417 S. Main Street, during normal business hours. ACTie award winners from left to right: Volunteer of the Year - Haley Salem Golden Quill Award & Betty Anderson A-Stitch-In-Time - Michelle Schaunaman Performer of the Year - Tony Kollman Business of the Year - McQuillen Creative Group, Eliot Lucas accepting award Techie of the Year - Jessa Zimmer Newcomer of the Year - Kylee Carlson Donald H. Hall Lifetime Achievement - Daniel Yurgaitis ACT's Artistic/Managing Director - James L. Walker Debut Performer of the Year - Chuck Gabriel Other ACTie award winners include: Techie of the Year - Renee Galbraith (please pick up your award) Betty Anderson A-Stitch-In-Time - Megan Hinkle (please pick up your award) Betty Anderson A-Stitch-In-Time - Brittany Merkel (please pick up your award) Debut Techie of the Year - Jaycee Nelson (please pick up your award) Orchestra Member of the Year - Tanner Shultis (please pick up your award) 2023 Season Debuts: "Junie B. Jones is Not a Crook" Madelynn Erdmann (please pick up your award) James Ferguson (please pick up your award) Olivia Hatzenbuhler (please pick up your award) Chloecherie Heagley (please pick up your award) Elijah Martin (please pick up your award) Macy Schnabel (please pick up your award) Miah Wipf (please pick up your award) "How To Eat Like A Child" Elliott Hanson (please pick up your award) Jamison Frericks (please pick up your award) McKenna Hamson (please pick up your award) Eiler Jensen (please pick up your award) Grace Mayer (please pick up your award) Lauryn Robinson (please pick up your award) "9 to 5 the Musical" Jennifer Appl (please pick up your award) Dylan Barkmeier Kylee Carlson Josh Davis (please pick up your award) Chuck Gabriel Lucas Galvin (please pick up your award) Shawn Hepola (please pick up your award) Cate Knapp (please pick up your award) Kaitlynn Loos (please pick up your award) Jaycee Nelson (please pick up your award) Ashton Ormand (please pick up your award) Masyn Schutter (please pick up your award) "For Better" Jessica Appl  (please pick up your award) "Murder at Cafe Noir" Tim Moffett "A Hallimark Christmas for Beth" Jacob Miller Leanna Miller Anneliese Miller Eli Miller Tracy Vogel Nepotism is Relative (A Wild Family Affair) Jessica & Jennifer Appl (please pick up your award) Jason, Jennifer, Dylan & Eden Barkmeier; Jackson & Ava Rott Josh, Jenna & Alainna Bowen John & Tierra Cassens (please pick up your award) Gary & Heather Darling (please pick up your award) Marilyn & Emily Davis (please pick up your award) Paul & Jean Dutt (please pick up your award) Aysia & Sakura Eggena (please pick up your award) Tracy & Madelynn Erdmann (please pick up your award) James & Jean Ferguson (please pick up your award) Kristen & Hannah Gasperich (please pick up your award) Journey & Sienna Gray (please pick up your award) Matt, Lori & Jill Harmel (please pick up your award) Steph & Chase Hawkinson Fred, Rachel, Charlie & Peter Hemke (please pick up your award) Jay & Missy Hill (please pick up your award) Josh, Becky & Eiler Jensen (please pick up your award) Mike & Catherine Knapp (please pick up your award) Tony & Liza Kollman Christine & Jill Lepkowski (please pick up your award) Eliot Lucas & Nicole Christiansen Greg, Barb, Katie & Emily Magera Joel & Sarah Mann (please pick up your award) Mark & Mary Marion (please pick up your award) Bethe Martian; Lily & Daisy Williams (please pick up your award) Amelia & Elijah Martin (please pick up your award) Cherise, Bradley & Grace Mayer (please pick up your award) Craig & Audrey McFarland (please pick up your award) Russ, Lisa, & Shaun McNeely Justin & Emily Meidinger Jacob, Leanna, Anneliese & Eli Miller Mike & Rita Moe Eryn, Jayden & Kai Nerdig (please pick up your award) Lucky, Joan & Thatcher Peterson (please pick up your award) Courtney, Jackson & Ava Rott (please pick up your award) Aaron & Haley Salem Elizabeth, Elsa & Haydler Schiferl Kraig Schlaht & Teresa Levsen Brian, Juli, Erica & Natalie Schultz Jeremy & Masyn Schutter (please pick up your award) George P. & Sandy Sullivan Alex & Paige Tiede John, Tracy, Alice, Coen, Penelope & Eva Vogel Bill & Mary Wieland (please pick up your award) Larry, Margaret & Elizabeth Wild Jessa & Raylee Zimmer Glutton for Punishment (10 out of 10 performances in "Murder at Café Noir") Nicole Christiansen Chuck Gabriel Liza Kollman Nancy Miller Juli Schultz Chesnee Wagner Brenda Weishaar Jessa Zimmer Season Specialist Renee Galbraith ((please pick up your award) Barb Imberi Liza Kollman Christine Lepkowski (please pick up your award) Elizabeth Schiferl Juli Schultz Ashley Westby Ashley Wysk (please pick up your award) Jessa Zimmer Schizophrenic Star Jason Honerman Eliot Lucas Diane Leitheiser (please pick up your award) Kylee Carlson Arlyn Rusche Haley Salem

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