Winners of the 2015 St. Louis Theater Circle Awards

    ST. LOUIS — Hoots and hollers could be heard from the Center of Creative Arts (COCA) Auditorium Monday night as St. Louis actors and actresses accepted their third annual St. Louis Theater Circle Awards.

    About 400 people gathered at the award show in order to honor the St. Louis strong theater community and its achievements of 2014.

    HEC-TV was the exclusive television sponsor of the event and streamed the festivities live online and on air.

    People from all over the nation tuned for the show, from New York to California.

     Thank you for doing the Live Feed online for those of us who couldn’t be there! ” Raymond McAnally, winner of “Outstanding Actor” for his performance in the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis’ One Man, Two Guvnors, tweeted from Los Angeles.

    Sara Kapner, winner of “Best Supporting Actress” for her performance in the Muny’s musical, The Adam’s Family, tweeted: “ What a special night for me! Thank you for streaming the awards so I could watch them from New York. You guys are the best!”

    Here is a full list of the winners from Monday night. HEC-TV will have the live show online and segmented into individual winner categories shortly, which you will be able to find at hectv.staging.wpengine.com.

    COMEDY

    Outstanding ensemble: “All in the Timing,” St. Louis Actors’ Studio

    Outstanding supporting actress: Nancy Lewis, “Blithe Spirit,” St. Louis Actors’ Studio

    Outstanding supporting actor: Michael James Reed, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” Repertory Theatre of St. Louis

    Outstanding actress: Nancy Bell, “Blithe Spirit,” St. Louis Actors’ Studio

    Outstanding actor: Raymond McAnally, “One Man, Two Guvnors,” Repertory Theatre of St. Louis

    Outstanding director: Paul Mason Barnes, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” Repertory Theatre of St. Louis

    Outstanding production: “Blithe Spirit,” St. Louis Actors’ Studio

    DRAMA

    Outstanding ensemble: “Death of a Salesman,” Insight Theatre Company

    Outstanding supporting actress: Katie Donnelly, “Eat Your Heart Out,” R-S Theatrics

    Outstanding supporting actor: Jason Contini, “Death of a Salesman,” Insight Theatre Company

    Outstanding actress: Kate Levy, “The Other Place,” Repertory Theatre of St. Louis

    Outstanding actor: John Contini, “Death of a Salesman,” Insight Theatre Company

    Outstanding director: Wayne Loui, “Death of a Salesman,” Insight Theatre Company

    Outstanding production (a tie): “Death of a Salesman” at Insight Theatre Company and “The Normal Heart” at HotCity Theatre

    MUSICALS

    Outstanding choreographer: Stephen Bourneuf, “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying,” Stages St. Louis

    Outstanding musical director: Jeffrey Richard Carter, “Bonnie & Clyde,” New Line Theatre

    Outstanding ensemble: “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying,” Stages St. Louis

    Outstanding supporting actress: Sara Kapner, “The Addams Family,” the Muny

    Outstanding supporting actor: Rob McClure, “Hello, Dolly!,” the Muny

    Outstanding actress: Lavonne Byers, “Cabaret,” Stray Dog Theatre

    Outstanding actor: Ben Nordstrom, “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying,” Stages St. Louis

    Outstanding director: Scott Miller and Mike Dowdy, “Bonnie & Clyde,” New Line Theatre

    Outstanding production: “Seussical,” the Muny

    DESIGN AWARDS TO PLAYS (comedies and dramas)

    Outstanding set design: Michael Ganio, “Other Desert Cities,” Repertory Theatre of St. Louis

    Outstanding costume design: Susan Branch Towne, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” Repertory Theatre of St. Louis

    Outstanding lighting design: Lonnie Rafael Alcaraz, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” Repertory Theatre of St. Louis

    Outstanding sound design: Barry G. Funderburg, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” Repertory Theatre of St. Louis

    DESIGN AWARDS (musicals)

    Outstanding set design: Robert Mark Morgan, “Seussical,” the Muny

    Outstanding costume design: Leon Dobkowski, “Seussical,” the Muny

    Outstanding lighting design: Rob Denton, “Seussical,” the Muny

    ADDITIONAL AWARDS

    Outstanding new play: Rebecca Gilman, “Soups, Strews and Casseroles: 1976,” Repertory Theatre of St. Louis

    Special award for a body of work: Donna Northcott, founder and artistic director, St. Louis Shakespeare

    Special award for a body of work: Agnes Wilcox, founder and artistic director, Prison Performing Arts

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