The 2016 Wilde Awards

July 4, 2016


PCSC is thrilled to announce our 2016 Wilde Award nominations:


Best of the Bard:

The Tempest, Katherine Mayberry, director


Best Performance – The Bard​

Scott Lange, The Tempest; Ariel


"The Wilde Awards – named in honor of 19th century playwright Oscar Wilde – honors the best productions, performances and technical work produced or presented by professional theaters across the state. Nominations are based on reviews written by’s team of professional critics."


Pigeon Creek actors have previously won:


Best Performance -- The Bard 2012

Kat Hermes, Henry IV Part I, Falstaff


Best Performance -- The Bard 2013

Paul Riopelle, Antony and Cleopatra, Antony


Pigeon Creek's previous Wilde Award nominations include:



Best of the Bard

All’s Well that Ends Well, The Ensemble, director

​Julius Caesar, Katherine Mayberry, director



Best of the Bard

A Midsummer Night's Dream, Kat Hermes and Scott Lange, directors



Best of The Bard

Antony and Cleopatra, Katherine Mayberry, director

Love's Labour's Lost, The Ensemble, director

Macbeth,  The Ensemble, director


Best Performance -- The Bard

Heather Hartnett, Antony and Cleopatra, Cleopatra

Paul Riopelle, Antony and Cleopatra, Antony

Kat Hermes, Love's Labours' Lost, Don Armado


Best Design -- Costumes

Rosalind Srb, Antony and Cleopatra



Best of the Bard

Cymbeline, Bob Jones, director


Best Performance -- The Bard

Kat Hermes, Henry IV Part I, Falstaff



Best Actress, Comedy

Kathleen Bode, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Mistress Page












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