Jim Elliot/Salmon Arm Observer Rob Mason-Brown accepts his award for Best Male Actor in a Supporting Role for his part in Fred Skeleton Theatre’s production of Age of Arousal at the Okanagan Zone Drama Festival Awards at the Fifth Avenue Seniors’ Centre in Salmon Arm on Saturday, May 27.

Kelowna actors earn awards for their work

Best female lead and male supporting awards won at the Okanagan Zone Drama Festival Awards

Two Kelowna actors were honoured for their part with acting awards last month in Salmon Arm.

Janet Anderson and Rob Mason-Brown won the best male and female actor awards at the Okanagan Zone Drama Festival Awards.

Anderson was named Best Female Actor in a Leading Role for her part in Fred Skeleton Theatre’s production of Age of Arousal, at the festival in Salmon Arm, May 27.

Mason-Brown was named Best Male Actor in a Supporting Role for his part in the same production.

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