The Barrouallie Technical Institute was crowned champions of the 2015 Secondary School Drama Festival which wrapped up last Thursday.
The Institute won the competition with its presentation entitled “Inquest of My Father”. The Girls High School placed second with Duelling Voice and St. Joseph’s Convent Kingstown third with Mal Pale’.
Barrouallie Technical Institute captured the most awards overall. The School took five awards: Best Lead Actress, and Dramatist of the Festival – Shanell Gibson (Granny Ivy McTier), Best Supporting Actress went to Ashekah Hutchins (April), Best Costumes and Best Make Up.
Thomas Saunders Secondary captured three awards, Best Supporting Actor – Dexton Scott (Business Man) , Best Set and Best Stage Management
Best Original Play went to ST. Joseph’s Convent Kingstown; Girls High School captured Best Director; and Campden Park Secondary School’s Chad Graham (Cory) captured Best Lead Actor.
The Secondary School Drama Festival was produced by the Ministry of Tourism, Sports and Culture in collaboration with the Ministry of Education.
The Festival preliminaries ran from Thursday 10th November –Tuesday 23rd November 2015 and the Awards Day was Thursday November 26th.
Eight Secondary Schools participated in this year’s Festival – the Campden Park Secondary (Bethel); St Joseph’s Convent Kingstown; West St. George Secondary; Thomas Saunders Secondary School; Troumaca Ontanio Sec; Petit Bordel Secondary and Barrouallie.