Ann Arbor Civic Theatre 1951 Awards Winners and Special Guest Ruth Hussey, June 1951

Ann Arbor Civic Theatre 1951 Awards Winners and Special Guest Ruth Hussey, June 1951
Caption: Win Civic Theater 'Oscars' - Nancy McGee of 1107 Oakland Ave. (second from left) and Ted Heusel (extreme right) of 915 Dewey Ave. each won two "Oscars" at Saturday night's first annual Ann Arbor Civic Theatre award banquet. Miss McGee received awards for being named the best actress of the year and the best supporting actress; Heusel was honored as the best actor of the year and for directing the best play of the year ("Strange Bedfellows"). G. Davis Sellards of 3220 W. Huron River Dr. (extreme left) won an "Oscar" as the best supporting actor, and Mrs. Mabel Jones of 1135 Martin Pl. received a trophy for being the woman who contributed the most to the Civic Theatre during the past year. Miss Ruth Hussey (center), who will star in the Drama Season's production of "The Royal Family" this week, was a guest at the affair, which concluded the group's activities for the season.
Published in Issue: Ann Arbor News, June 11, 1951

Article Keywords: Ann Arbor Civic Theatre, Awards Honors Prizes, Theater, University of Michigan - Theater
People: G. Davis Sellards, Mabel Jones, Nancy L. McGee, Ruth Hussey, Ted Heusel
Date: June 1951

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