‘CATS’, ‘Picasso’, & ‘Seasons’ Are All Now Eligible for The 2015 Kelsey Awards!

The cast of Playful Theatre Production’s CATS.

Before you know it, The 2015 Kelsey Awards will be on our doorstep, and this season’s productions are starting to get themselves ready for this upcoming award season!


EXTRA! EXTRA! – ‘Picasso’ Set to Open This Weekend inside Kelsey!


Michael Gilch (left) and Frank Falisi (right) as “Einstein” and “Picasso” in PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE.

Over the weekend, the following Kelsey Theatre productions submitted their paperwork and are now eligible for nomination at The 2015 Kelsey Awards, set to take place Saturday, July 25th inside The Kelsey Theatre:

  • CATS – Playful Theatre Productions
  • Picasso at the Lapin Agile – The Pennington Players
  • A Man for All Seasons – PinnWorth Productions

To see who and what has become eligible from each show, CLICK HERE!

The Kelsey Theatre Awards are presented by K2KEntertainment and The Kelsey Theatre Advisory Board. They both have jointly administered the Kelsey Awards since 2011, the year of the first live Kelsey Award ceremony. The awards, however, have been handed out since 2009.

John Shanken-Kaye, left, stars as Thomas More and Rupert Hinton is Thomas Cromwell in A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS.

What sets this event apart from any other theater community theater award events is the fact that the general public (you) choose the winners in each category, including Outstanding Production of a Musical. Throughout the summer, the general public will vote for their favorite production and/or performers from the previous season. To learn more about the voting process and the award rules, CLICK HERE.

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