The Remy Awards are named for Remberto Cabrera, the former Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs' Senior Cultural Administrator and Chief of Cultural Development.
For his work in helping to create the Theatre League of South Florida, through his generous support and funding, he was presented with the first Remy Award.
These awards, named in his honor, are given annually for outstanding service, and for pioneering, in South Florida regional theatre.
The "Service Award" is bestowed upon those distinguished individuals who have rendered truly noteworthy and extraordinary service in the past year, recognizing their invaluable and outstanding contributions made through their time, talent and expertise by taking the initiative and actively participating and contributing to the growth and development of the Theatre League.
Since 1994, past recipients include Nancy Barnett, William Bearder, Rem Cabrera, Rafael De Acha, Tony Finstrom, Yolandi Hughes, Madeline Kern, Ron Levitt, Dolores Miller, Marjorie O'Neill-Butler, Michael Peyton, Andy Rogow, Barry Steinman, Bob Strickland, Tara Vodihn Reid and Susan Westfall.
The "Pioneer Award" is bestowed upon those distinguished individuals who have, over the years, taken the lead and contributed substantially to the health, growth and development of the South Florida theatre community.
Since 1994, recipients include Iris Acker, Joseph Adler, David Arisco, Ellen Davis, Ilse Earl, Michael Hall, Jay Harris, Bill Hindman, Richard Janaro, J. Barry Lewis, Robert Lowery, Jan McArt, Louis Tyrell and the South Florida Entertainment Writers Association.
For more information on the Remy Awards, contact Andie Arthur at (954) 557-0778 or email@example.com