Deathmatch Winners - April 2015 "JUST DESSERTS"

Wednesday, April 1, 2015
Best Actor: 
Mary Randall
Best Play: 
A Lovely Day for Revolution
Written by: 
Doni Tamblyn

It was a packed house for the April Fools DeathMatch and a raucous good time was had by all. Jody McColman made a fine debut in his first hosting assignment. The theme was "Just Desserts" and 17 plays went into the bucket. They were:

Megan Tripaldi - Lemon Cake
Jo-Anne Walton - Boom Boom 
David Body - Bigalow Emails 
Michael Tooher - Tipping Point
Chalmers Hardenbergh - The Old Boyfriend
Lynne Cullen - Corky and Me 
Hal Cohen - Ragu and Malta 
Samson Flower - Mabel to Taste
Mike Cheung - Sap
Doni Tamblyn - A Lovely Day for Revolution 
Anna Cranage Conathan - Shiny Things
Charlie Cole - Rare Dining 
Tony Morin - Comeuppance 
Natasha Salvo - Death by Cream 
Tristan Rolfe - Who Makes The Nazis?
Josh Brassard - The Last Piece
Michael Hale - Expressing Healthy Anger, The Musical

The plays picked to be performed were:

Jo-Anne Walton - Boom Boom 
David Body - Bigalow Emails 
Chalmers Hardenbergh - The Old Boyfriend 
Lynne Cullen - Corky and Me 
Hal Cohen - Ragu and Malta 
Doni Tamblyn - A Lovely Day for Revolution 
Charlie Cole - Rare Dining 
Tony Morin - Comeuppance 
Natasha Salvo - Death by Cream 
Michael Hale - Expressing Healthy Anger, The Musical

Best Play Finalists:

Lynne Cullen - Corky and Me 
Doni Tamblyn - A Lovely Day for Revolution

Best Play Winner:

Doni Tamblyn - A Lovely Day for Revolution

Best Actor - Mary Randall

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