Top shows of 2015 lauded

The Tribune (NZ) - - NEWS -

Most Out­stand­ing Pro­duc­tion of 2015 – King Lear, Sum­mer Shake­speare; Most Out­stand­ing New Zealand Pro­duc­tion – Aotearoa , a NZ Rock Mu­si­cal, Levin Per­form­ing Arts So­ci­ety; Di­rec­tion – Carl Terry, In at the Deep End, Fox­ton Lit­tle Theatre; Mu­si­cal Di­rec­tion – Barry Jones, Mamma Mia!, Abbey Mu­si­cal Theatre; NZ Pre­miere – Aotearoa, a NZ Rock Mu­si­cal; Fe­male Ac­tor – Val An­drew, Mamma Mia!; Male Ac­tor – Brad­ford Meurk, Evita; Fe­male Sup­port­ing Ac­tor – Amy Hunt, Katte John­stone, Mamma Mia!; Male Sup­port­ing Ac­tor – Richard Mays, King Lear; Male Emerg­ing Per­former – Asaria Saili, Aotearoa, a NZ Rock Mu­si­cal; Fe­male Emerg­ing Per­former – Cileme Venkateswar, Eat­ing the Wolf; En­sem­ble – Aotearoa, a NZ Rock Mu­si­cal; Chore­og­ra­phy – Ian Har­man, Bri­tish In­va­sion, Abbey Mu­si­cal Theatre; Tech­ni­cal -Gor­don Alve; Con­cept, De­sign & Cos­tume – King Lear.

Wild­card awards for Con­vinc­ing Con­nec­tion: Bruce Sin­clair and Sam Daly, King Lear; Matt Waldin and Jess Hong, Franken­stein; Mark Kilsby and Maree Gib­son, For­get Me Not .

For Out­stand­ing Cameo Ap­pear­ances: Madi­son Hor­mann, Evita; Ethan Burmeis­ter, We Made This; Stephanie Greenslade, Aotearoa, a NZ Rock Mu­si­cal ; Alan West, Ad­dams Fam­ily Mu­si­cal; Maria Mer­rick, Bri­tish In­va­sion.


Val An­drew won Best Fe­male Per­former of the Year for Donna Sheri­dan in Mamma Mia!

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