4th St. Louis Theater Circle Awards Winners

     

    A crowd of more than 200 gathered for the fourth-annual The St. Louis Theater Circle Awards ceremony, held Monday, March 21, 2016, at the Skip Viragh Center for the Arts at Chaminade College Preparatory School. The awards honor work by St. Louis actors, directors, designers and playwrights in the preceding year.

    St. Louis Theater Circle Award winners

    COMEDY 

    Outstanding production of a comedy: “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,” St. Louis Actors’ Studio

    Outstanding director of a comedy: John Contini, “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,” St. Louis Actors’ Studio

    Outstanding actress in a comedy: Kari Ely, “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,” St. Louis Actors’ Studio

    Outstanding actor in a comedy: Jeremy Webb, “Buyer and Cellar,” Repertory Theatre of St. Louis

    Outstanding supporting actress in a comedy: Betsy Bowman, “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,” St. Louis Actors’ Studio

    Outstanding supporting actor in a comedy: Michael Brightman, “Mr. Marmalade,” West End Players Guild

    Outstanding ensemble in a comedy: “The 39 Steps,” Slightly Askew Theatre Ensemble

    DRAMA

    Outstanding production of a drama: “All the Way,” Repertory Theatre of St. Louis

    Outstanding director of a drama: Patrick Siler, “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner,” Upstream Theater

    Outstanding actress in a drama: Amy Loui, “The Amish Project,” Mustard Seed Theatre

    Outstanding actor in a drama: J. Samuel Davis, “Bashir Lazhar,” Upstream Theater

    Outstanding supporting actress in a drama: Jennifer Theby-Quinn, “Afflicted: Daughters of Salem,” Metro Theater Company

    Outstanding supporting actor in a drama: John Flack, “Sublime Intimacy,” Max & Louie Productions

    Outstanding ensemble in a drama: “All the Way,” Repertory Theatre of St. Louis

    MUSICALS

    Outstanding production of a musical: “Anything Goes,” Stages St. Louis

    Outstanding director of a musical: Michael Hamilton, “Anything Goes,” Stages St. Louis

    Outstanding actress in a musical: Joyce El-Khoury, “Emmeline,” Opera Theatre of St. Louis

    Outstanding actor in a musical: Jordan Shanahan, “Rigoletto,” Union Avenue Opera

    Outstanding supporting actress in a musical: Zoe Vonder Haar, “The Full Monty,” Stages St. Louis

    Outstanding supporting actor in a musical: Joneal Joplin, “The Fantasticks,” Insight Theatre Company

    Outstanding ensemble in a musical: “Anything Goes,” Stages St. Louis

    Outstanding musical director: George Manahan, “Emmeline,” Opera Theatre of St. Louis

    Outstanding choreographer: Keith Tyrone Williams, “Once on This Island,” the Black Rep

    PLAYWRITING

    Outstanding new play: Nancy Bell, “The World Begun,” Shakespeare Festival St. Louis

    DESIGN 

    Plays

    Outstanding lighting design in a play: Peter E. Sargent, “Angel Street,” Repertory Theatre of St. Louis

    Outstanding sound design in a play: Greg Mackender and Rusty Wandall, “Antony and Cleopatra,” Shakespeare Festival St. Louis

    Outstanding costume design in a play: Beth Ashby, “An Invitation Out,” Mustard Seed Theatre

    Outstanding set design in a play: Wilson Chin, “Angel Street,” Repertory Theatre of St. Louis

    Musicals

    Outstanding lighting design in a musical: Christopher Akerlind, “Emmeline,” Opera Theatre of St. Louis

    Outstanding costume design in a musical: Brad Musgrove, “Anything Goes,” Stages St. Louis

    Outstanding set design in a musical: Shoko Kambara, “The Barber of Seville,” Opera Theatre of St. Louis

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