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ASC Awards and Recipients

Each year at our Annual Benefit Celebration, the American Shakespeare Center presents two awards to outstanding individuals whose professionalism, passion, and commitment to Shakespeare’s work is truly worthy of recognition.


Awards:

THE ROBIN GOODFELLOW AWARD

Honoring a person whose contributions to the ASC have been fundamental to the mission of making the joys of Shakespeare accessible to all.

2016 Honoree: Thomas K. McLaughlin Jr., the Architect of the Blackfriars Playhouse (posthumously)

Previous Honorees:

Marelena Hobson and Paul Borzelleca, 2015
Dudley D. and Martha Flanders, 2014
Cynthia Tyson, Robert Haywood Morrison Foundation, 2013
Pamela Fox and Dan Layman, 2012
Ronald E. and Edith Carrier, 2011
John A. Gillies and Lydia J. Petersson, 2010
Ellen Brock and Joe Borzelleca, 2008
Preston C. and Jane Manning, Jr., 2007
Lawrence and Pat Hoover, 2006
Gordon Smyth, Smyth Foundation, 2005
Lee S. Cochran, 2004
Thomas R. and Patricia Cabe, 2003
Joe and Evy Harman, Frederick House, 2002
Bill and Jackie Hamilton, 2001
Jim Andreas, 2000
Debra Drummond, 1999
Robin McNallie and Chris Edwards, 1998
Fletcher Collins, 1997
Dave and Carol Warren, 1996
George W. and Harriet P. Williams, 1995
Amalie Kohn, 1994
Barbara A Mowat, 1993

 

THE BURBAGE AWARD

Honoring a person whose career has significantly advanced the love of Shakespeare’s work through the public production of his plays.

2016 Honoree: Tim Carroll, Artistic Director of the Shaw Festival

Previous Honorees:

Janet Griffin, Artistic Producer of the Folger Theatre, 2015
James “Doc” Ayres and James Loehlin, Shakespeare at Winedale, 2014
Paul and Cathy Nicholson, 2013
Partick Spottiswoode, 2012
Jim Volz and Evelyn Carol Case, 2011
Fred C. Adams, 2010
Tina Packer, 2009
William Patton, 2008

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