Annapolis Symphony elects board membersThomas Cleaver...

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February 05, 1993

Annapolis Symphony elects board members

Thomas Cleaver, John Neely and Joan Ruch have been elected to three-year terms on the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra's Board of Directors.

Re-elected to three-year terms were James R. Carman, James A. Dale, Anna E. Greenberg, Madeleine D. Hughes, Pamela McKee, Mitchell E. Nathanson and Dolores Queen.

Elected as officers to three-year terms were James W. Cheevers, president; Dr. Stephen E. Faust, vice president; Nathanson, vice president; John Crummey, secretary; and Dr. Leo A. Courtney, treasurer.

Colonial Players win several awards

The Colonial Players of Annapolis won several awards last weekend, including best production honors, at the Eighth Annual Maryland One Act Tournament at the Performing Arts Center at Montgomery College in Rockville.

The Colonial Players' production of "Where Have All the Lightning Bugs Gone?" by Louis Catron shared best production honors with the Greenbelt Arts Center's production of "Among My Souvenirs."

Other awards to Colonial Players members went to John Barron, for best overall performance, and Russell Craven Glantz, best lighting. Mary Fawcett Northam received the Cliff Smith Memorial Award for best director and Katya Roelse, the outstanding performance award.

The tournament is a state festival affiliated with the American Association of Community Theatres and its AACTFest '93 National Community Theatre Festival.

The Colonial Players will compete against state festival winners from Delaware, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Washington at the Eastern States Regional, from April 2-4 at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts in Annapolis.

The group also will compete against other regional winners at AACTFest '93, June 15-20 in Knoxville, Tenn.

Dance performance at St. John's

Diane Epstein will dance to baroque music provided by the Ensemble La Guerre at 7 p.m. Sunday, at St. John's College.

Ms. Epstein, a member of the New York Baroque Dance Company, will perform in historic costume. Tickets for "Music and Dance from the French Court" are $10 for adults, $7 for students and seniors.

Information: 626-2539.

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