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Emerald Pig off to Mainstage

Laura Burke  as Jelly,  Dawn Marion as Jojo and Lisa Dery as Jane in  The Attic, The Pearls and Three Fine Girls.  - The News/Files
Laura Burke as Jelly, Dawn Marion as Jojo and Lisa Dery as Jane in The Attic, The Pearls and Three Fine Girls.
— image credit: The News/Files

Emerald Pig Theatrical Society will represent the Fraser Valley at Mainstage this year after sweeping seven of 13 zone awards on the weekend.

The Attic, the Pearls, and Three Fine Girls won most outstanding production. Amy Starkey won most outstanding director and Laura Burke, Lisa Dery, Dawn Marion who play the Fine sisters took home the award for most outstanding ensemble.

Starkey, John Stuart and Emily Doreen Wilson also won most outstanding sound design, while Ian McAdie and Stuart snag the award for outstanding lighting.

Sherry Randall won for most outstanding costume design and the crew also took the award for backstage cooperation. This year’s win means Emerald Pig will represent the Fraser Valley zone at Mainstage, an annual provincial theatre competition, for the third year in a row.

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