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Jessie Richardson Theatre Award

Jessie Award
28th Jessie Awards
Awarded for Excellence in Vancouver theatre
Country  Canada
Presented by Jessie Richardson Theatre Award Society
First awarded 1982
Official website http://www.jessies.ca/

The Jessie Richardson Theatre Award (commonly known as the Jessie Awards) is given to recognize achievement in professional theatre in Vancouver, British Columbia.[1][2][3][4] The Jessies are presented by the Jessie Richardson Theatre Award Society, at an annual ceremony.[3] The awards are named after Jessie Richardson, co-founder of the Playhouse Holiday Theatre, local actor, director and designer.[2][5][3]

The rules for the Jessie Awards are set forth by the Jessie Review Committee each year, which applies for each season only.[6]

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  • Official Jessie Awards website
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