Bill Moyer Theater Arts Award
Each year Playcrafters sponsors the Bill Moyer Theatre Arts Award. The program began in 1982 as the Playcrafters Theatre Arts Award and was given each year to a High School Senior in the Perkiomen Valley School District.
In 1994, the name of the Award was changed to the Bill Moyer Theatre Arts Award as a memorial to a long time Playcrafter, Bill Moyer, and Playcrafters opened the award competition to other area high schools.
Interested area high school seniors should access the pdf and follow the instructions to apply for the award.
Congratulations to the 2019 Winners: Anna Potson (Souderton HS) and Katie Stoneback (Souderton HS)
The applicant must have been active in some aspect of theater arts while in high school. An essay will need to be submitted describing how you got involved in theatre, how it has helped you grow as a person, and how these experiences will benefit you in whatever career you pursue.
The applicant expresses a willingness to communicate with The Playcrafters regarding future progress and plans.
Procedure for Applying
An application is available for download or through the procedure set up in each local school.
The student should complete the application and mail it to Playcrafters by the established deadline. For 2020, that deadline is April 30, 2020.
The Award Committee will select the recipient from the submitted applications.
The name of the winner and the check for $500 will be forwarded to the winner’s school in time for presentation at the local senior awards ceremony.
1982 Jane Shellington
1983 Rosemary Romano
1984 Catherine Flynn
1985 Glenn Rutter
1986 Lisa Harris
1987 Jennifer Rapp
1988 Melissa Longacre
1989 Amy Elizabeth Shuck
1990 Tara Roe Fiore
1991 Stephanie Lynn Lundy
1992 Wayne Philips Whitco
1993 Alan Carr, Jr
1994 - Rachel Altomose (Perkiomen Valley)
1995 - Shana Longo (Perkiomen Valley)
1996 - Jesse Bernstein (North Penn)
1997 - Christopher Haig (Kennedy/Kenrick Catholic)
1998 - Kate McLenigan (Norristown)
1999 - Elizabeth McLenigan (Norristown)
2000 - Meghan Williams (Methacton)
2002 - Megan Smith (Methacton)
2003 - David Yashin (Norristown)
2004 - Ashley D'Angolini (Pennridge)
2005 - Rebekah Wheeler - (Pennridge)
2006 - Daniel Beckman (Wissahickon) & Michele Sinacore (North Penn)
2007 - Scott McClennen (North Penn)
2010 - Emily Enters & Jaclyn A. Di Ferdinando
2011 - John A. Di Ferdinando
2012 - Suzanne Rainear (Souderton)
2013 - Erin Tiffany
2015 - Sarah Shin (Perkiomen Valley)
2016 - Nick Cardillo ( Souderton) and Mackenzie Moyer (Souderton)
2017 - Lillian Pyskaty (Home School Student)
2018 - Emma and Zoe Muller (Perkiomen Valley) and Gryphon Faulkner (home schooled)
2019 - Anna Potson (Souderton) and Katie Stoneback (Souderton)