The 2016 NBCT Gala Awards and Party
New Bern Civic Theatre Salutes Her Brightest Stars - On and Off Stage
On Saturday, February 4, 2017, at 7 pm the New Bern Civic Theatre saluted the individuals who strive to make our Theatre the best it can be. These individuals work on and off stage in various capacities, from the headline star to working backstage, to selling tickets. The tributes bestowed on them in a special ceremony give them a distinctive moment in the spotlight.
The 2016 NBCT Gala Award Winners are:
Junior Stagecraft Award- Mbali Mduma presented by Ciara DiNapoli and Deanie Singleton
Pat Burton Award-Snow Hlaing presented by Roxanne Wheeler and Nora Blalock
Tom Landen Technical Achievement Award- Emily Ritter presented by Kris Pierson and Tom Landen
Artistic Achievement- Deanna Sumner presented by Willie Sumner and Laura Wilson
Volunteer of the Year- George Savitz presented by Wendy Savitz and Cliff Nielsen
Outstanding Musical Achievement- D’Nadre Bell presented by Ciara DiNapoli and Jordan Daughety
President’s Award- Tami Sadler presented by Jay Figueroa and Angelina Doyle
Executive Director’s Award-Madison Johnson presented by Angelina Doyle
Performer of the Year Award- Michelle Roys presented by Keith Boyd and Peyton Jenkins
Ceremony hosted by Keith Boyd and Peyton Jenkins
Reception hosted by Bengel Hospitality
DJ provided by PS Productions
Photographs provided by Robert Dumon Photography
The Awards Gala featured entertainment from the highlights of the 2016 season and showcased upcoming shows for the 2017 season. After the awards ceremony, the party moved to the O'Mark Building where food and libations were shared. The reception was catered by Bengel Hospitality. Dancing and DJ livened up the evening.
Smokey Joe’s Café
Disney’s Mulan, Jr.
Sneak peek performance of our upcoming children’s production of Once on this Island, Jr. opening in March
Sneak peek of February’s production of Gem of the Ocean in honor of Black History Month
Special Note: Bob Dumon captured a moment between former Theater Manager, Tom Landen and Executive Director, Angelina Doyle. Tom, known as NBCT’s Renaissance Man, was a major contributor to NBCT’s success and mentor to Angelina. His talents, knowledge, and love of people has been the foundation that NBCT prides itself on today. He passed the gauntlet on to Angelina after he retired in 2009. This was the last Awards Gala Tom will attend as he is moving on to his next adventure in Wilmington. We celebrate this phenomenal man and thank him for his many years of dedication to the NBCT family and the arts!