KWLT salutes the cast and crew of Poona the Fuckdog and Other Plays for Children

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KWLT is incredibly proud of the cast and crew of Poona for a hugely successful run. We entered Poona for Out of Festival adjudication, which means that the travelling adjudicator saw and assessed the show, but we did not submit this year's show for consideration to enter the Festival in March.

Now, in the wake of the Western Ontario Drama League general meeting, we want to congratulate them for such a fantastic showing at the awards presentation.  

The Travelling Adjudicator, Sandy Macdonald, made the following awards:

  • Heather MacDonald as Shrub won The London Community Players Award for Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role
  • Rob LeGood won a Special Adjudicator’s Award for Outstanding Achievements in Slides/Video/Sound  and Lighting Effects

Poona was also showered with an abundance of nominations:

  • Krystle Komaranski as Poona was nominated for The Audrey Vale Award - Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Major Role
  • Bill Kirby as the Man Who Can Sell Anything was nominated for The Repuski Award - Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role
  • Greg Allen as Prince/Computer was nominated for the Special Adjudicator Award for Outstanding Achievement in Multiple Roles
  • Anabel LeGood as Cop/Devil/Intercom Voice/Kid/ Sparky/Stagehand 2/Telegram was nominated for the Special Adjudicator Award for Outstanding Achievement in Multiple Roles
  • Amal Al Salami as Aide/Citizen/orderly/Stagehand 1/ Suzi Suzi was nominated for the Special Adjudicator Award for Outstanding Achievement in Multiple Roles
  • The SM team of Carolyn Galvin and Annie Divadale (& Paul Komaranski) were nominated for the Special Adjudicator Award for Outstanding Achievement by the Stage Management Team

Congratulations to all of the nominees and award winners, and to the entire cast and crew of Poona for putting on such a great show!

KWLT would also like to congratulate Elmira Theatre Company, London Community Players, Elora Community Theatre, Simcoe Little Theatre and Theatre Sarnia for being selected to progress to the WODL Festival in March, which will be hosted by Theatre Woodstock.

You can see the full list of results in a PDF on the WODL home page .

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