Amy Huberman will return as judge to the Bord Gáis Energy Student Theatre Awards.
The actress has worked with the awards for a long time, and this will be her third time acting as judge.
“I am thrilled to be back on board the judging panel for this year’s Bord Gáis Energy Student Theatre Awards,” she said.
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The mother-of-two gushed about the awards and admitted that it’s a competition she would’ve loved to have taken part in.
“This is a fantastic competition which recognises all the hard work and effort that students, teachers and parents put into drama in schools around Ireland,” she said about the awards.
“It’s a one of a kind awards and a great opportunity for aspiring actors, writers, set designers and anyone with an interest in the arts to participate in and show off their talent on a national platform.
“It’s something I would love to have taken part in when I was a student.”
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Amy listed that she will be looking for three traits in the competition – commitment, enthusiasm, and standout talent across all categories.
“This is my third year to be involved with the Bord Gáis Energy Student Theatre Awards and it is so exciting to see how much participation has grown since my first year as a judge.
“Whether your role is performing or working behind the scenes, all involvement in the dramatic arts is rewarded.
“As a judge, this year I’ll be looking for commitment, enthusiasm and standout talent across the categories and I am really looking forward to seeing all the amazing entries we receive,” she added.
The deadline for entries in all production categories is 27 January 2017. The closing date for entries in the written categories is 10 February 2017.