OTEA Award Nominations

Oregon Theatre Educators Association facilitates several awards, to recognize significant contributions to theatre education in Oregon by both individuals and organizations.

These awards include:

Rae Mona Reynolds Humanitarian Award  – This award is named in honor of Rae Mona Reynolds, theatre instructor at David Douglas High School for over 30 years. Ms. Reynolds passed away in 1990. The award shall be presented to an individual or business who, through unselfish donation of time or monetary support, has furthered the activities of secondary school theatre in Oregon. Not necessarily a career achievement award, the Reynolds Award may be selected for a single unselfish donation of time or money rather than a work over a period of years.

Previous recipients include: Larry Daw, Phyllis Quanbeck, Oregon Shakespeare Company, Portland Repertory Theatre, Lisa and Bill Greenhoot, William Mastrosimone, Mike Fisher, Kirk Boyd, Bob Burgoyne, Arlo Gatchel, Mark Huisenga, Carolyn Hindman, Portland Center Stage, and The Young People’s Theatre Project.

Rex Rabold Memorial Award – This award is named in memory of Rex Rabold, graduate of South Salem High School and Oregon College of Education (now Western Oregon University), who distinguished himself as an actor and teacher, primarily at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Ashland. Rex passed away in 1990. The award will be presented to an individual who received a substantial portion of his or her education in Oregon and has achieved professional status in acting, writing, directing, or other aspects of theatre arts. The recipient of the award should have had a portion of his or her career in direct contact with students or teachers of secondary school theatre.

Previous recipients include: Susan Brown, Wayne Ballantyne, Michael Hibbard, Bruce McDonald, Janet Mouser, Tom Ulmer, Debbie Edwards, Carolyn Hindman, John Remington, Susan Seiber, Scott Walker, Carrie Jo Vincent, Mike Fisher, Ms. Zena and David Lund.

Michael Hibbard Memorial Award – This award is named in memory of Michael Hibbard, long time theatre teacher and director at Madison HS and member of OTEA. Michael created a unique sense of community through educational theatre in every organization in which he was a part. The award will be presented to an individual who or organization that builds and sustains a sense of community through educational theatre.

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