Award for Next Stage Youth theatre teenager Jenny
Teenager Jenny McGlynn has won an annual youth theatre award.
The 14-year-old Next Stage Youth theatre company member has been presented with the Bridget Cassé Award for Excellence in Youth Theatre.
The award was launched in 2010 by Next Stage actor Alan Cassé to remember the work of his wife Bridget who, as well as being a talented actress herself, was heavily involved with the youth company as a tutor, language coach and mentor until her death that year.
It is presented to the youth member who has shown the greatest talent, teamwork, dedication, helpfulness and positive attitude over the previous 12 months.
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Jenny has been with the company for more than four years, performing in Living With Lady Macbeth in 2009, Sparkleshark in 2010, and the Wind in The Willows last year. She also battled against a chest infection to take the lead role in Part 1 of His Dark Materials earlier this year, to glowing reviews.
Jenny has also worked with Next Stage's adult company in both the 2009 and 2011 productions of The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie.
Runner-up was 17-year-old Poppy Harrison, with Amy Baldwin highly commended.
Next Stage Youth provides training in theatre and performance skills for 11 to 18-year-olds. Anyone wishing to join in January should contact Ann Garner on 01225 428600 to put their name on the waiting list. Further details are also at www.next-stage.co.uk.