“Not in Our House” Honored With Multiple Awards “Not in Our House” Honored With Multiple Awards
On September 17, 2016 the Not in Our House Chicago Theatre Community will be honored as the recipient of the Illinois Theatre Association’s... “Not in Our House” Honored With Multiple Awards

On September 17, 2016  the Not in Our House Chicago Theatre Community will be honored as the recipient of the Illinois Theatre Association’s 2015 Award of Excellence in Professional Theatre. The awards presentation will take place as part of the Illinois Theatre Association’s Inaugural Gala – “Opening Night!”, which will be held at Harper College’s Wojcik Conference Center in Palatine, Illinois.

Aimee-Lynn Newlan, Executive Director of the Illinois Theatre Association, states “Each year the Illinois Theatre Association recognizes both individuals and organizations for their significant contributions of promoting quality theatre throughout the state of Illinois. Not in Our House Chicago Theatre Community was nominated by the Illinois theater community, approved by ITA’s divisional representatives, and accepted by ITA’s Board of Directors.  We are thrilled to provide this much-deserved recognition.” Other recipients include:

Creative Drama: Elisabeth Westphal

Theatre for Young Audiences: Bughouse Theater

Secondary School Theatre: Kathie Foszcz

College/University Theatre: Victoria Deiorio

Community Theatre: Brandon Thomsen, Quincy Community Theatre

Anne Thurman Mentorship Award: Leslie Hinderyckx, Professor Emeritus of Theatre, Northwestern University

2016 Awards of Honor: Michael Halberstam — Writers Theater

In addition, Lori Myers and Laura T. Fisher will be honored with Stage Left’s Hallie Flanagan Award on Friday, September 30th for their work in founding Not in Our House and The Chicago Code of Conduct. The Hallie Flanagan Award celebrates significant contributions to artwork that illuminates the social and political aspects of the human condition. Hallie Flanagan (1890-1969) was an American theatrical producer and director, playwright, and author. She is best known as director of the Federal Theatre Project, a part of the Works Progress Administration (WPA) during the Depression.

 

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