Public domain image, messed with a bit.
Sadly there's no statuette, plaque, certificate or, if you're part of a "design team," even your name in newsprint, but still cool. It's nice when someone notices your talent and hard work.
From this talented group, here's an individualized shout-out to folks I feel like extra-cheering for this morning:
To Tina Parker for her lovely performance in Charm, an honor to work with you; to Joel Ferrell for Cabaret and Dividing the Estate at, of all places, the Dallas Theater Center (a talented local director let loose at DTC? wahoo!); to all the younger, smaller companies who produce outstanding work (against long odds); to all the established companies who continue to produce outstanding work (against long odds and entropy too); and to the "design team" for Trinity Shakespeare's Macbeth (For whom I happen to have Bios. Critics didn't?). The designers were: Brian Clinnin SCENIC, Michael Skinner LIGHTING, Aaron Patrick Turner COSTUME, Toby Algya SOUND, and let's add (as co-conspirators in how things looked on-stage) Eric Domuret FIGHT CHOREOGRAPHER and Stephan Fried DIRECTOR. (Your names in ink-jet print.)
Here's to recognition where it's well deserved! And to all the other good work done on DFW stages! You all deserve your names in lights.