Border theatre productions have taken home 14 different awards at the 46th annual Georgy Awards for theatrical excellence.
The awards, held in Mooroopna on Saturday, celebrate productions across the Goulburn Valley and North East and productions including Trinity Anglican College's Phantom of the Opera, Revolution Theatre Productions' Avenue Q and Wodonga Senior Secondary College's Matilda were all recognised.
Trinity year 12 students Ethan Goodacre and Hattie Evans were both awarded Best Junior Singing.
"The Georgys really give recognition to local talent for all they do in theatre," Ethan said. Ethan also took home Best Junior Performance (male) for his performance as the Phantom.
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Hattie, who also sung on the night with Tom Summerfield on piano, said she was "honoured". "It really is a great achievement for our school who have never won a Georgy before," she said.
Other local winners include Olivia Aughton and Abu Kebe from the Albury-Wodonga Theatre Company, Beckett Currie and Michelle Mordecai from Revolution Theatre Productions, Tegan Debnam, Holly Kyba and Harrison Taylor from Wodonga Senior Secondary College and Valerie Ratcliff and Kate Lewis from The Other Theatre Company and Savannah Clarke for her work on Kinky Boots and Camp Rock.