Each judge assigns a rating between 1 and 20 against elements of the production that they think are worthy of consideration for nomination, using the following scale. After discussion at the monthly meetings, the individual ratings are consolidated to form a composite score.

The composite score is used to produce a broad ranking which is used as a guide at the end of the year to decide which elements of a production will be nominated.


NOTE: The individual ratings and the composite ratings are absolutely confidential and never under any circumstances whatever made available to anyone outside the judging panel.


 

Score Classification Description

20

19

18

Outstanding

Most or all elements of performance or production are evident at an exceptional level

17

16

15

Very good Most or all elements of performance or production are evident at a very high level

14

13

12

Good Most or all elements of performance or production are evident at a high level

11

10

Above average Most elements of performance or production are evident at an average level but one or two elements are evident at a high level

9

8

Average Most elements of performance or production are evident at an average level

7

6

Below average Some elements of performance or production are evident at an average level

5

4

Limited 1 or 2 elements of production or performance are present at an average level

3

2

Poor 1 or 2 elements of production or performance are present at a limited level
1 Very poor No production or performance elements evident