Denton Community Theatre and Katy Visual and Performing Arts Center represented Texas at the Region VI AACTFest in Louisiana on April 6 - 8, 2017. TNT is pleased to report that KVPAC was chosen to represent Region VI at the National AACTFest in Rochester MN in June with their production of Answers. KVPAC received honors for Directing, Acting and Set Design. Denton received an Excellence in Ensemble Acting for their production of Driving Miss Daisy.
Katy Visual and Performing Arts Center's production of Answers by Tom Topor was selected to move on to the 2017 AACTFest Nationals. Accepting the custom-made award are KVPAC Artistic Director and actor Gregory Magyar, director Joshua Schorejs and stage manager Kari Perez.
Dunashay Thomas, Lee Skinner and John Rodgers received the Excellence in Ensemble Acting for their work in Denton Community Theatre's Driving Miss Daisy
From KVPAC: Standing L to R: Gregory Magyar, Lori Magyar, Joshua Schorejs, Kari Perez and Ricardo Murillo; Kneeling - AACT staff Ron Ziegler and AACTFest Commissioner Susan Austin
Denton Community Theatre: Driving Miss Daisy, directed by John Rodgers
Katy Visual and Performing Arts Center: Answers, directed by Joshua Schorejs
Dennis Yslas presents the Front of House Award to
Lori K. Magyar
Dennis Yslas presents the Steadfast Support Award to the MCL Grand, accepted by Managing Director Melinda Camp and MCL Grand Technical Director Joe Nagel.
Dennis Yslas presents the Dynamite Award to
the Sheran Goodspeed Keyton
Dennis Yslas presents the Spotlight Award to
Marcia Thomas, also representing her late mother,
Dennis Yslas presents the Ovation Award to
Dennis Yslas honors the service of departing Board member Chester Eitze, who served on the Board from 1999 to 2007, and then from 2009 through 2017
Dennis Yslas presents the Leadership Award to Fred White, who has served as President of the Board for the past two years.