Washington Thespians Awards Nominations
The Washington State Thespians honors both Thespian Troupe Directors and non-Thespian adults who have made an exceptional contribution to the growth of theatre and theatre education in Washington State. Honorees are nominated by their peers, other adults familiar with the nominee, or by the recognition committee made up of past honorees. The awards are given each year at the Hall of Fame Celebration in the following categories:
1. Washington State Thespian Hall of Fame Award honors both Thespian Troupe Directors and non-Thespian adults who have made an exceptional contribution to the growth of theatre and theatre education in Washington State.
2. Washington State Thespians Administrator's Award recognizes outstanding school administrators who have demonstrated exemplary support for educational theatre.
3. Washington State Thespians Inspirational Theatre Educator Award recognizes individuals who have inspired their students and dedicated themselves to providing quality theatre education.
4. Service Above Self Award honors both Thespian Troupe Directors and non-Thespian adults who have given above and beyond for the service of Washington State Thespians.
Please complete and submit the following application to nominate someone deserving that you know!
Deadline for submission: December 13, 2019 @ 5 pm
Hall of Fame Award
Inspirational Theatre Educator Award
Service Above Self Award
Garfield High School (retired)
Stewart has served on the Board of Directors for Washington Thespians and for the last several years has been Co-Director. He has been a liaison between Washington Thespians and EdTA and as such has worked diligently to keep the state group in line with the home organization. He has been invaluable in providing guidance for IE and State Thespian Festivals. Although busy with his own successful program, Stewart has never been too busy to answer questions or offer assistance and advice to fellow troupe directors and teachers. As a teacher, Stewart challenged his students and school community with new work, sometimes pushing the boundaries of what many consider "high school theatre", but always with purpose, and a deep and thoughtful approach to such material. He also provided opportunities for his students to teach beyond high school theatre by taking advantage of local opportunities for education and competitions. He has set a wonderful example for us all about effective, kind leadership and I've appreciated his work.
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