Best Musical: "The Who's Tommy" at Centerstage, Directed and Musical Direction by David Duvall (Shared with TMP's excellent production of The Color Purple.)
Best Drama: "Someone Who'll Watch Over Me" at TLT, directed by Doug Kerr. And best dramatic ensemble for the fine work by the cast.
Best Choreography: For "Oliver" at Lakewood Playhouse, directed and choreographed by Casi Wilkerson. Also best up-and-coming actor to Coleman Hagerman who had a breakout year.
Best Musical Direction: David Duvall for his work at Centerstage (I'll include Tommy even though it was left out by Mr. Dresdner, who did not see the production, in his listing.)
Alan Bryce of Centerstage was named best artistic director of the year.
And finally, congratulations to John Munn for his well deserved accolades as Best Director of the Year for "The Farnsworth Invention" (Shared with Doug for "Someone Who'll Watch Over Me" and my good friend Brie Yost for her production of "Zoo Story")
I am very proud to have worked with all these talented individuals and on so many marvelous productions during the past season. You should check out the entire list of honorees as there are a lot of really good productions I didn't list here, just because I wasn't involved. And please continue to support live theatre.
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