Tuesday, October 23, 2012


Actor T.J. Tincher accepts the Upstage Award from PCPH President Michael McClaine

T.J. Tincher won the Hammy Award for 2012 for his performances in Thoroughly Modern Millie, directed by Shelly McFadden. The Award was presented on October 21, at the annual meeting of the Putnam County Playhouse.  Other nominees were Peggy McClaine for See How They Run directed by Larry Sutton, Kathryn Dory for The Curious Savage directed by Jack Randall Earles, and Marilyn Burdsall in Clue: The Musical directed by Ric McFadden.

In addition the members of the board, those in attendance included Peggy McClaine, Steve McMains, and Eleanor Howard. Light refreshments were served, and everybody had a good time.

At the regular board meeting held immediately after the Annual Meeting, a slate of officers for 2012-13 was put into place.  They include President, Michael McClaine; 1st Vice President, Jack Randall Earles; 2nd Vice President, Linda Gjesvold; Secretary, Kathryn Dory; and Treasurer, Mark Hammer.

Also elected to the board to serve two year terms were T.J. Tincher, Dustin Bond, and Meghan Armitage.

Shelly McFadden, Tincher, Jack Randall Earles

Most people were pleased with the outcome of the day. The board looks forward to 2013!

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