The Cairo Kate Award
The Cairo Kate was first presented with Mr. Barry’s Etchings in 1957. It is a traveling award that consists of a bouquet of black roses and is presented at the dinner meeting following each play. The person receiving it gets to keep it until the next play ends and then presents it to the new winner. The winner is selected by the members of the cast and crew by voting for the member of the cast who they believe contributed the most toward making the play a vehicle of theatre excellence.