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Triad Stage wins statewide theater award

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Triad Stage wins statewide theater award

Triad Stage, a professional theater located in downtown Greensboro, has been named the 2003 recipient of the George A. Parides Professional Theatre Award by the North Carolina Theatre Conference (NCTC).

The award is given each year to an outstanding new or established professional theatre company in North Carolina. Triad Stage was also named one of the 50 Best Regional Theatres in America by New York's Drama League earlier this year. With receipt of this latest honor, Triad Stage has now been recognized with honors at the national, state and local levels.

The George A. Parides Professional Theatre Award is named in honor of a former director of NCTC's Theatre Arts Section of the North Carolina Arts Council. During Parides' tenure, the number of state-funded professional theatres grew from 18 to more than three dozen. Many credit Parides with the success of the many new and evolving professional companies in North Carolina.

"We're thrilled to be a part of the growing and vibrant professional theatre community in this state," said Triad Stage Artistic Director Preston Lane. "I'm especially pleased that after only two years Triad Stage is receiving recognition for the excellence of our work."

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