Theatre Baton Rouge presented its winners of its 2014-15 season at its annual Beaux Arts Ball on July 25. This yearly awards ceremony and party honors the theater’s volunteers, from actors to interns. This year’s winners featured several Theatre Baton Rouge veterans, as well as many new faces:

PRESIDENT’S AWARD: Mary and Bill Pittman

OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A MUSICAL: Jacob Voisin, who played Moritz in “Spring Awakening”

OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A MUSICAL: Dana Lux, Mrs. Paroo in “The Music Man”

OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A PLAY: Erick Sanchez, Tony in “Master Class”

OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A PLAY: Rachel Lorando, Sophie in “Master Class”

OUTSTANDING ACTOR IN A MUSICAL: Jason Dowies, Robert in “Company”

OUTSTANDING ACTRESS IN A MUSICAL: Emily Heck, Wendla in “Spring Awakening”

OUTSTANDING ACTOR IN A PLAY: Michael Katchmer, Scrooge in “A Christmas Carol”

OUTSTANDING ACTRESS IN A PLAY: Sandra Moon, Maria Callas in “Master Class”

OUTSTANDING YOUNG ACTOR: Matt Miyagi

OUTSTANDING YOUNG ACTRESS” Vivian Brown

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR: Curran Latas

OUTSTANDING BACKSTAGE VOLUNTEER: Carole Cross

OUTSTANDING FRONT OF HOUSE VOLUNTEERS: CJ LeBlanc and Lynn Robbins

OUTSTANDING COSTUME VOLUNTEER: Connie Kennedy

OUTSTANDING YOUNG ACTORS PROGRAM PARENT VOLUNTEER: Crystal Bell

MOST VALUABLE CREW AWARD: Doug Woolworth

OUTSTANDING TECHNICAL INTERN: Ilana Gugich

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