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OUTER CRITICS CIRCLE AWARDS WINNERS

   2009 – 2010

 

OUTER CRITICS CIRCLE AWARDS

The Outer Critics Circle Award Winners were announced today.

 

The awards ceremony will take place on May 27, 2010.


FENCES won Outstanding Revival of a Play, Outstanding Actor in a Play (Denzel Washington) and Outstanding Actress in a Play (Viola Davis).
 
LA CAGE AUX FOLLES won Outstanding Revival of a Musical, Outstanding Actor in a Musical (Douglas Hodge), Outstanding Director of a Musical (Terry Johnson) and Outstanding Costume Design (Matthew Wright).  
 
LEND ME A TENOR won the Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play Award (Jan Maxwell).
 
A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC won Outstanding Actress in a Musical (Catherine Zeta-Jones).
  
MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET has won Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical (Levi Kreis).

NEXT FALL playwright Geoffrey Nauffts has won the John Gassner Award.

THE ORPHANS’ HOME CYCLE won Outstanding Off-Broadway Play and Outstanding Director of a Play (Michael Wilson).  
 
RED won Outstanding Broadway Play.
 
WISHFUL DRINKING has won Outstanding Solo Performance (Carrie Fisher).

TO READ THE COMPLETE LIST OF NOMINEES, CLICK HERE 

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Donmar Warehouse wins big at Critics’ Circle and South Bank Awards

DONMAR WAREHOUSE WINS THREE CRITICS’ CIRCLE AWARDS AND
THE THEATRE AWARD AT THE FINAL SOUTH BANK AWARDS

In a year where the Donmar Warehouse has played to capacity houses, both at its home base in Covent Garden and the Donmar West End season at the Wyndham’s Theatre, the company has today received awards at simultaneous events across London.
 
In a ceremony at the Prince of Wales Theatre for the Critics’ Circle Awards, the company received three awards – the first Best Actress Award for Rachel Weisz for her portrayal of Blanche DuBois in Rob Ashford’s critically acclaimed production of Tennessee WilliamsA Streetcar Named Desire. Weisz has already received the Evening Standard Award for Best Actress for this role.
 
Jude Law received The John and Wendy Trewin Award for Best Shakespearean Performance for his role as Hamlet in Michael Grandage’s sell-out production – the final show in the company’s year-long residency at the Wyndham’s Theatre. Following performances in London, the production transferred for a successful season on Broadway.
 
The final award goes to Christopher Oram for Best Designer for his work on Michael Grandage’s critically acclaimed production of the world première of John Logan’s Red.
 
At the final South Bank Show Awards at the Dorchester, the company won the Theatre Award for A Streetcar Named Desire – the Donmar’s Associate Director, and director of the production, Rob Ashford collected the award accompanied by Rachel Weisz (Blanche DuBois), Elliot Cowan (Stanley Kowalski) and Ruth Wilson (Stella).
 
Michael Grandage, the Donmar’s Artistic Director, said today, “2009 was undoubtedly one of the most important years in the Donmar’s history and I am delighted HAMLET, A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE and RED have all been recognised in four separate awards today. These productions represent our commitment to deliver work of the highest quality and to engage with as many people as possible. It is wonderful to have our work honoured in this way.”

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OUTER CRITICS CIRCLE AWARDS WINNERS

2008 – 2009

OUTER CRITICS CIRCLE AWARDS

The Outer Critics Circle Award Winners were announced Today.

The awards ceremony will take place on May 21, 2009.

 

 

 

 

THE CRIPPLE OF INISHMAAN won the Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play Award (David Pearse).

 

 

GOD OF CARNAGE has won Outstanding New Broadway Play and Outstanding Actress in a Play (Marcia Gay Harden).

 

 

EXIT THE KING has won Outstanding Actor in a Play (Geoffrey Rush).

 

 

HUMOR ABUSE’s Lorenzo Pisoni has won Outstanding Solo Performance.

 

 

THE NORMAN CONQUESTS has won Outstanding Revival of a Play, Outstanding Director of a Play (Matthew Warchus) and Outstanding Ensemble Performance (Amelia Bullmore, Jessica Hynes, Stephen Mangan, Ben Miles, Paul Ritter, Amanda Root).

 

 

RUINED won the Outstanding Off-Broadway Play.

 

 

SHREK THE MUSICAL has won Outstanding Actor in a Musical (Brian d’Arcy James), Outstanding Actress in a Musical (Sutton Foster), Outstanding Set Design (Tim Hatley), Outstanding Costume Design (Tim Hatley).

 

 

 

 

TO READ THE COMPLETE LIST OF NOMINEES, VISIT: http://www.outercritics.org/Awards.aspx