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Players by the Sea's Annual Pelican Awards Gives Recognition for the Year

Players by the Sea Celebrates a Successful Season with Annual Pelican Awards

PBTS’s Annual Pelican Awards Gives Due Recognition Local theatre group held its annual celebration on Saturday, August 24, 2019 at its theatre in . The festive evening began in the lobby at 6:00 pm with a meet- and-greet which included delicious food and assorted beverages. At 7:00 pm, the full-house crowd took their seats in the main auditorium and were treated to speeches, many happily-received awards, and stage entertainment, which included music and dancing.    Henny Stewart, Players’ Repertory Chairperson, was the dynamic master of ceremonies, who introduced the presenters and the recipients of the awards; they received engraved glass plaques. Board …

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Players By The Sea Theatre 2017 Pelican Awards

The Pelican Awards, which is ’s version of the Tony Awards, is one of the most awaited local theatre events of the year. This year’s festivities, honoring the contributions of actors, musicians, technical staff, and volunteers during the 2016-17 season, were staged on August 27, 2017 and played to a packed house. The Dual Critics have covered a number of past ceremonies and have found them always exciting. We noticed a couple of changes this year. While the awards remained a free event, the theatre did require e-mail RSVP confirmations from those who planned to attend. This was a wise …

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A Dual Critics Review: PBTS Opens 2017 with Eurydice

  PLAYERS BY THE SEA THEATRE REVIEW A DUAL CRITICS REVIEW BY DICK KEREKES & LEISLA SANSOM Jacksonville Beach’s opened its first play of 2017 with Sarah Ruhl’s “.” It will run through January 21 in the Grace Darling Studio Theatre at 106 6th Street North. For reservations call (904) 249-0289 or visit playersbythesea.org. The original Greek myth dates back for centuries, and has been retold many times in story, song, and film. Orpheus, a supremely gifted musician who charms both men and beasts with his lyre, falls in love with and marries Eurydice, a beautiful wood nymph. She dies …

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