The prizes, voted on by Abingdon theatergoers, are given to favorite production, director, cast members and designers. The productions from the 2009-2010 season that are eligible for the awards include Robert Cary and Benjamin Feldman's Inventing Avi, directed by Mark Waldrop; Jan Buttram's Phantom Killer, directed by Jules Ochoa; John Morogiello's Engaging Shaw, directed by Jakob G. Hoffman; and Stephen Swift's Sister Myotis's Bible Camp, directed by Jerre Dye.
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