Theatre Honorary Fraternity Presents Awards
(Bradenton, Fla., May 16, 2012) — The State College of Florida (SCF) chapter of Delta Psi Omega, the national theatre honorary fraternity for community colleges, held its 46th Annual Awards Banquet at SCF Bradenton on May 3. Kenneth Erickson Jr., SCF Theatre Program manager, presented five awards for acting and technical achievement during the past season.
Sally Fint was named Outstanding Performer in a Leading Role for “How I Learned to Drive” and Marina Kaminskiy and Austin Peed were honored as Outstanding Ensemble Performers for their roles in “Almost, Maine.” Rebecca Moore was named Outstanding Performer in a Supporting Role for “Blithe Spirit,” and Savannah Faircloth received the Outstanding Technical Achievement Award for the third consecutive year.
Retired faculty member John W. James awarded his annual scholarship to Faircloth and the Max and Bernice Pepke Scholarship was given to Moore.
Also attending the ceremony were Gary Russell, associate vice president of academic quality and success; Ted Camp, retired department chair for fine and performing arts; Dean Anthony, SCF assistant professor; Craig Smith, SCF production instructor; and James Thaggard, SCF box office manager.