Sep 27, 2010

FAC wins 2010 PPAC Awards for Theatre and Visual Art

[Above: Ken Robinson, Tim Muldrew, Tariana Navas-Nieves, Lester Nieves]

The FAC museum and theatre company were honored by no less than five nominations for this year's Pikes Peak Arts Council awards. You'll also notice that we not-so-quietly slipped in our connection to the winning "Artist of the year" Chris Weed, who had a major exhibition at the FAC, and nominated "Oustanding group" in popular music, The Haunted Windchimes, who opened for Arlo Guthrie at this year's Labor Day on the Lawn concert.


Outstanding performance by an Actor
– (Nominated) Bob Moore, Joe Keller in “All My Sons,” FAC

Outstanding Performance by an Actress
– (Nominated)Eryn Carman, Mrs. Lovett in “Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street,” FAC

Outstanding Production
Tim Muldrew, “Crazy for You,” FAC

– (Nominated) Alan Osburn, ”Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street,” FAC


Excellence in Curatorship
– Tariana Navas-Nieves, FAC

Artist of the year
– Christopher Weed (Spores appeared at the FAC as part of Conflict|Resolution)


Outstanding Group
– (Nominated) Haunted Windchimes (opened for the FAC's inaugural concert, Arlo Guthrie: Labor Day on the Lawn)

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