Arvada Center Blog

2017 True West Award Recognitions

Posted by Sarah Kolb on January 04th 2018 to Center News,In the News
Every year, the True West Awards recognize 30 achievements in Denver’s theatre community – and the Arvada Center was finely represented this year with six awards! Congrats to everyone recognized this year!
2017 True West Awards
Timothy McCracken and Sam Gregory, Matt Gale Photography

Timothy McCracken and Sam Gregory, Matt Gale Photography

 
Emily Van FleetBus Stop and The Drowning Girls
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Jenna Moll Reyes and Emily Van Fleet in Bus Stop Matt Gale Photography

Emily Van Fleet in The Drowning Girls, Matt Gale Photography

Emily Van Fleet in The Drowning Girls, Matt Gale Photography

Sammie Joe KinnettThe Foreigner
Sammie Joe Kinnett in The Foreigner Photo by Zachary Andrews

Sammie Joe Kinnett in The Foreigner
Photo by Zachary Andrews

Stage Manager Maegan Burnell – Black Box Repertory season
Emily Van Fleet, Kate Gleason and Jessica Robblee in The Drowning Girls M. Gale Photo

Emily Van Fleet, Kate Gleason and Jessica Robblee in The Drowning Girls
Matt Gale Photo

Lighting Designer Vance McKenzieThe Foreigner
Set for The Foreigner, Matt Gale Photography

Set for The Foreigner, Matt Gale Photography

Composer and Music Director David Nehls
I'll Be Home for Christmas, P. Switzer Photography

I’ll Be Home for Christmas, P. Switzer Photography

About the True West Awards

The True West Awards, now in their 17th year, began as the Denver Post Ovation Awards in 2001. DCPA Senior Arts Journalist John Moore — along with additional voices from around the state — celebrate the entire local theatre community by recognizing 30 achievements from 2017 over 30 days, without categories or nominations. You can read through the complete list of winners here!

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