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CATA Winners 2017

The annual Cape Amateur Theatre Awards (CATA) were held on 5 March 2018 at the MaSque Theatre in Muizenberg. The evening recognised outstanding achievements in the Cape Town Community Theatre. Congratulations to everyone that won and wish everyone the best for this years nominations!

Artistic Contribution:

Darryl Spijkers (Choreography) – Shrek the Musical (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society)

Technical Excellence:

Darryl Spijkers/Ashley Pitout (Lighting, Sound & Effects) – Shrek the Musical (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society)

Costumes:

Heather Ferguson – Shrek the Musical (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society)

Set:

Barry Altwig – Art (Milnerton Players)

Junior Performance:

  • Tian Landman – Equus (Claremont Dramatic Society)
  • Elena Mitchell – Shrek the Musical (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society)
  • Lesley-Anne van der Linden – Shrek the Musical (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society)
  • Jessica Matthews – Shrek the Musical (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society)
  • Karla Naude – Shrek the Musical (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society)
  • Carmen Harris – Shrek the Musical (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society)
  • Blaine Coetzee – The Birdcage (Constantiaberg Theatre Players)
  • Anna Grieve – Fame (Masque Theatre Players)

Cameo Performance:

Liz James – Calendar Girls (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society)

Most Promising Newcomer Actor:

Nathan Muller – The Full Monty (Pinelands Players)

Most Promising Newcomer Non-Actor:

Yanou Pienaar (Director) – Hello & Goodbye (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society & Carnivals of the Heart)

Support Actress in a Play:

Tash Futeran – Abigail’s Party (Masque Theatre Players)

Support Actress in a Musical:

Carey Wallace – The Wizard of Oz (Cape Town G & S)

Support Actor in a Play:

Patrick Jordi – Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (Claremont Dramatic Society)

Support Actor in a Musical:

Nathan Muller – The Full Monty (Pinelands Players)

Lead Actress in a Play:

Annelie van Zyl – Hello & Goodbye (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society & Carnivals of the Heart)

Lead Actress in a Musical:

Elena Mitchell – Shrek the Musical (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society)

Lead Actor in a Play:

Matthew Roy – Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (Claremont Dramatic Society)

Lead Actor in a Musical:

James Bone – Shrek the Musical (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society)

Musical Director:

Alastair Cockburn – Trial by Jury (Cape Town G & S)

Director of a Musical:

Darryl Spijkers – Shrek the Musical (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society)

Director of a Play:

Yanou Pienaar – Hello & Goodbye (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society & Carnivals of the Heart)

Most Adventurous Production:

Equus (Claremont Dramatic Society)

Best Musical:

Shrek the Musical (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society)

Best Play:

Hello & Goodbye (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society & Carnivals of the Heart)

Certificates of Excellence:

  • Regina Malan and company for ‘Life with Harold’ in The Full Monty
  • Candice Burgess, Jaime Uranovsky, Regina Malan, Kimberley Pappas, Santie du Toit and Kerryn Warren in “The Goods” in The Full Monty.
  • Fiona Tanner, Christine Thonissen, Neil Leachman and Christian Marais for Ensemble work in I Love you, You’re Perfect, Now Change
  • Mokoena Ramollo, Dave Waugh, Michelle Witbooi, Katjenka Opperman and Matthew Roy for the horses ensemble work in Equus
  • David Bolton for male solo ‘If I were King of the Forest’ in The Wizard of Oz
  • Fiona Tanner, Christine Thonissen, Neil Leachman and Christian Marais for the car scene in I Love you, You’re Perfect, Now Change
  • Elena Mitchell, Lesley-Anne van der Linden, Jessica Matthews, Karla Naude and Carmen Harris for ‘I know it’s today’ in Shrek the Musical (I think this one is correct)
  • Beatrice Glenister for the Choreography of ‘Things are looking up in Duloc’ and the tap dancing feet in Shrek the Musical

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