Herbert D. Greggs Awards
The Herbert D. Greggs Awards promote innovative, in-depth writing about theatre design and technology in TD&T. Merit awards are also given.
Herbert D. Greggs Award (highest honor) and the Herbert D. Greggs Merit Award promote innovative, in-depth writing about theatre design and technology in TD&T. Named in honor of a highly-regarded former USITT General Manager, the Herbert D. Greggs Award was first given in 1979. The "Merit Awards" began in 1998.
All full-length articles published within the volume year are eligible, with the following exceptions: articles and editorials written by employees of the Institute, book reviews, obituaries, and product reviews.
The winning article will demonstrate clear, logical thinking, artistic insight, and exceptional writing and/or illustrating ability. Preference is given to articles which investigate new areas of design and technology, or provide new insight into existing knowledge.
Honor: Caitlyn Garrity
"Building a Better Workplace," Summer 2019
Merit: Sandra Goldmark
"Circular Design and Production," Winter 2019
Merit: John Huntington
"Bridging Art and State-of-the-Art," Summer 2019
Honor: Maarit Kalmakurki
"The King and His Costumes
Merit: Ted Krauss
"Critical Thinking and Decision Making"
Merit: Jessica Hansen
"Theatre Artist by Day, Cosplayer by Night"
Honor: Kim Poppiti
"Hamilton's Turntable and Ring Stage" , Winter 2017
Merit: Deanna Fitzgerald
"Meditate on This", Winter 2017
Honor: Alexandra Bonds & Susan Tsu
“Costume Design Gets Its Due”, Winter 2016
Merit: Christianne Myers
“Devised Theatre: An Ancient Story, a Uniquely Modern Space”, Winter 2016
Stephen Hitchcock & Matt Lathrop
“Supersized Video”, Summer 2016
Honor: Mervyn Heard
“Dressed in Light: The Ancient Art of Projection on People”, Fall 2014
“Wood and Canvas (and Rabbit Glue) in the Modern World”, Summer 2015
Merit: Betsy Adams
“Spotlight on Women in Lighting”, Summer 2015