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2010 TNT Annual Conference Photos

2010 TNT Annual Conference Photos

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Joe Wilson, President of Texans for the Arts
TNT POPS! New Plays Project staged readings took place at the Betty Greenberg Center for Performing Arts. Here, Gary McDonald and Dana Lynch read a scene from Carl L. Williams' winning play, "A Thirties Affair."
Gary McDonald and Dana Lynch (left) and Marcia Colbert and George Guillot (right) of Henderson County Performing Arts Center read a scene from Carl L. Williams' "A Thirties Affair." HCPAC will produce the show next season.
Playwright Carl L. Williams (standing left) of Houston was present for the reading of excerpts from his play, "A Thirties Affair" by actors from Henderson County Performing Arts Center, directed by Dennis Gilmore (standing right).
Kim Martin (left) and Wendy Bailey (right) read a scene from Jeff Stolzer's winning play, "The Lost Tribe."
Kim Martin (left), Dwayne Bailey (center) and Kent Poole (right) read a scene from "The Lost Tribe." Baytown Little Theater will produce the show next season.
A scene from "The Lost Tribe" by winning playwright Jeff Stolzer, who lives in New York CIty.
"The Lost Tribe" featured (L to r)Wendy Bailey, Kent Poole, Dwayne Bailey, Ryan Martin and Kim Martin.
Kent Poole and Kim Martin (standing) with Wendy and Dwayne Bailey presented Jeff Stolzer's "The Lost Tribe." Not pictured here - Ryan Martin.
Chester Eitze, right, introduced the scene from "Three Views of a Waterfall" by winning playwright Mike Greenberg. Engela Edwards prepares.
Chester Eitze and Engela Edwards performed a scene from "Three Views of a Waterfall" which will be included in the next season at Bastrop Opera House.
Lisa Holcomb, Engela Edwards, and Chester Eitze
LIsa Holcomb and Chester Eitze
Playwright Mike Greenberg (left) of San Antonio was present for the staged reading of his winning play "Three Views of a Waterfall."
Playwright Mike Greenberg joined Director/Actor Chester Eitze, LIsa Holcomb and Engela Edwards in discussing his play, "Three Views of a Waterfall."
Chris Murray portrayed Evan in Micah McCoy's winning play, "Homegrown Tomatoes."
Fred White read the part of Evan's mother in "Homegrown Tomatoes" which will be produced in San Antonio by San Pedro Playhouse.
Jordan Landry and Kyle Romero read a scene from "Homegrown Tomatoes."
Kyle Romero, Dee Dee Howell, Jordan Landry and Chris Murray, all of Lamar University, joined Fred White in the reading of Micah McCoy's winning play, "Homegrown Tomatoes." Micah lives in Albuquerque, NM, but hails from Texas.
Special Guest Jacob Coakley, Editor of Stage Directions Magazine, joined AACT Executive Director Julie Crawford at Beaumont Community Players' production of "CHICAGO."
After the production of "CHICAGO" BCP hosted a fabulous reception for TNT conferees, special guests and cast and crew.
The Reception took place in the Black Box theatre at the recently renovated facility, now dubbed the Betty Greenberg Center for Performing Arts.
Gwen Strader enjoyed the refreshments.
TNT Intern applicants Jeff Ridenour, Aneesha Kudtarkar, Meagan Newman and Stevie Tardiff at the reception.
CHICAGO cast members: David Auirre, Brian Keith Davis, Heidi Kloes, Michael Saar and Russ Waddill
CHICAGO Cast members with Jerry McMillan (center), Director of the show, and Technical Director of BCP.
The reception was spearheaded by Gladys Thomas.
Special Guest Jacob Coakley presented an excellent workshop on Social Media.
Facebook, Twitter, YELP!, blogging, retweeting - Jason explained it all to the TNT Conferees.
A show of hands of those who knew ...

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