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Man of La Mancha
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Alex Santoriello (Cervantes/Don Quixote) is a professional actor, singer and producer best known for originating roles in three Broadway musicals: Les Miserables, Chess, and Three Penny Opera and as a producer on the Broadway musical, A Tale of Two Cities. Alex made his equity debut at the Paper Mill Playhouse and his New York debut at AMAS Repertory Theater. He played Gus the Theater Cat in a Broadway tour of Cats and Pontius Pilate in two major touring productions of Jesus Christ Superstar. Alex produced and directed the world premiere of A Tale of Two Cities in concert at the Circle Theater in Indianapolis that included a cast of Broadway veterans along with Richard Kiley who narrated the action, a fifty-voice choir and a forty-piece orchestra. He has appeared in the TV soap opera All My Children and in the Academy Award nominated film Far From Heaven. A successful concert career brought Alex to Barbados. After several returns Alex moved there and taught singing to young people and served as the first musical director of the Barbados National Boys Choir. He fronted the popular rock ‘n roll band “GetBak” and performed at over one-hundred charity events including the reopening of the historic Kensington Oval in Bridgetown and the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Gala. He founded Lexy Piano Bar, which was rated by Zagat as one of Barbados’ top five night spots. Alex is a licensed commercial pilot, an active flight instructor and an avid sailor who has logged thousands of miles at sea. Alex performed and worked with Sirs Sting, Cliff Richard, Tim Rice, Cameron Macintosh & Trevor Nunn; Benny Anderson & Bjorn Ulveaus (ABBA); John Caird, John Dexter, Andrew Wilk, John Lodge, Dennis Quaid, David Cassidy, Richard Kiley, Michael Crawford, Maureen McGovern, Georgia Brown, Ted Neeley, Carl Anderson, Colm Wilkinson, Claude Michel Schoenberg, Alain Boublil, John Clifton, Neil Berg and his sister Jill Santoriello.

Deb Saxe (Aldonza/Dulcinia) is thrilled to be involved in Man of La Mancha with such a dedicated and talented cast, crew and production staff. You may recognize Deb from previous roles at the Barn including Marta in Company and Edward Rutledge in 1776. Other notable roles include Tracy Turnblad in Hairspray, Sarraghina in Nine and director of A New Brain. Off stage, Deb is a history major at Penn State and enjoys studying (yes, really), devouring biographies and watching documentaries. She’d like to thank the cast, crew and production staff of Man of La Mancha, especially Dave and Alex for trusting her. Shout out to Mo and Matt for being 5ever baes (that means more than forever).

Dave Saxe (Sancho Panza) serves as the Barn’s Producing Artistic Director, where he has directed Always Patsy Cline, the world’s first-all-female production of 1776, Calendar Girls, Play Murder, Church Basement Ladies, Looking, and Mae. Under his pen­name Sterling Sax, Dave also wrote the book­music­lyrics for Betty Crocker, Kinsey, Rock n’ Roll, Play Murder, and this season’s hit Treasure Island. A veteran theatre guy, Dave has produced, directed, and acted in some one hundred productions since 1975! His Barn roles include Gomez in The Addams Family, a bunch of cameos in All Shook Up, and Ben Gunn in Treasure Island. At The State Theatre, Dave wrote and directed Swearing Off Women and The Royal Gilberts and presented the celebrated “Fred Waring Trilogy” of “live radio” performed at the Shawnee Playhouse. His other Nittany Theatre productions include The Foreigner and NTC’s sold­out hit Love, Sex, and the I.R.S. Other recent stage performances include Love, Sex, and the I.R.S. and 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, John Adams in 1776 at PSU’s Pavilion Theatre and Horace in Hello Dolly at the Eisenhower. While on Fullbright, Dave also appeared as Father Moynihan in Jenny Kissed Me at the Regensburg Theatre (Germany). A former Actors Equity performer from Chicago, in his “youth” he had the pleasure of playing the Rodger’s and Hammerstein book of Oklahoma (Curley), Carousel (Billy, Jigger, Mr. Snow), South Pacific (Lt. Cable), and Sound of Music (Franz the Butler!). While not at the Barn, he can be found as the resident American history professor­nut at Penn State where he teaches American Heritage. Dave dedicates the season to the Barn’s hard working casts, staff and crew for their patience, understanding, and dedication. Love to Laura, Dan, Andy, Deb, and Kaye!

Mercer Bristow (Governor/Innkeeper) is pleased to have worked on many productions at the Barn since 2004, most recently appearing in Betty Crocker, Kinsey and Rock n Roll as the Narrator. He usually choosing plays that are presented in 90-degree weather. Mercer’s daytime job is as Authentication Director of the American Philatelic Society headquarters located in Bellefonte.

Frank Wilson (Padre) attended Penn State in Theatre Arts, with a major in Broadcasting. He then went on to receive a Masters Degree in Speech, as well as a Ph.D. in Education. In those early days at PSU, he appeared in many productions for The University Theatre, Penn State Thespians, and State College Community Theatre. His life has been a constant mixture of theatre and video production ever since. Some of his favorite acting rolls have included Oz in The Wizard of Oz, Col. Henry Blake in MASH, Oscar Madison in The Odd Couple, Captain Keller in The Miracle Worker, Nicely Nicely Johnson in Guys and Dolls, Fagin in Oliver, Harold Hill in The Music Man, and Matt and both Fathers in multiple productions of The Fantasticks. Most recently, he has appeared in his one-man show, Mark Twain: Life Stories and Other Lies, Colonel Pickering in My Fair Lady, and Captain Smollett in the original production of Treasure Island right here in the Barn. Offstage, Frank is a creative writer and instructional designer for the Clearinghouse for Military Family Readiness at Penn State, developing videos, animations, and other program materials that help military families transition through the military experience.

Andrew Saxe (Duke/Doctor Carrasco/Knight of the Mirrors) serves as technical director and lighting and sound designer for the Barn and occasionally finds himself on stage. His Barn appearances include All Shook Up, Calendar Girls, Play Murder, and Treasure Island. You may also remember him as the quiet Lurch from the Barn’s first season’s Addams Family. Some of his favorite roles include; Lesley from Love, Sex and the I.R.S, Jimmy from Thoroughly Modern Millie and Barnaby and Cornelius from Hello, Dolly! He would like to thank you for supporting Nittany Theatre and the rebirth of the Barn. Enjoy the show!

Kaitlyn Whitesell (Antonia/Moorish Dancer) is a rising sophomore in the BFA in Acting program at Penn State. She is excited to be returning to the Barn and getting to share the stage again with her awesome momma! Some of Kaitlyn’s favorite credits include: Beauty and the Beast (Belle), Guys and Dolls (Sarah Brown) and High School Musical (Gabriella). She would like to thank the cast and crew for making this show a fun and unforgettable experience!

Laura Ann Saxe (Housekeeper/Moor/Mule) is delighted to work her third season at the Barn where she has appeared in Always Patsy Cline, 1776 (as John Adams), Betty Crocker, Kinsey, and Rock n’ Roll, The Addams Family, Company (as Joan), Twelve Angry Men (Juror #3), Calendar Girls (as Annie), Play Murder, and Treasure Island (as Mrs. Hawkins/O’Brien the Red). A former Actors Equity actress from Chicago, where she met hubby Dave, Laura had the opportunity to co-star with Broadway’s Mark Jacoby as Carla in Nine. At the famous Candlelight Playhouse Laura played Sarah Brown in Guys and Dolls, completed a one-year stint as Grace Farrell in Annie, Sonja in Playing Our Song, among dozens of other musicals. Most recently was seen as Judith in the world premiere of Swearing Off Women at the State Theatre. Also at the State, Laura was seen in Annie and Scrooge, as well as Nittany Theatre’s premiere of The Royal Gilberts. Other favorites with the Nittany Theatre Company include The Foreigner and the celebrated Fred Waring Radio Show series performed at the Shawnee Playhouse in the Poconos. Laura’s past Barn appearances include Rona in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Kate in Kiss Me Kate, Glenda in The Wizard and Oz, and Mrs. Boyle in The Mousetrap. Other roles of note include Abigail Adams in 1776 at Penn State’s Pavillion Theatre. Laura also appeared in several shows at Penn State’s Eisenhower Theatre including My Fair Lady, Guys and Dolls, The Nutcracker, and Dolly in Hello Dolly! Being a part of the founding members of Nittany Theatre at the Barn has been an all-consuming whirlwind from salvaging (and then restoring) theatre seats from the grand old Garman Opera House, to cleaning and painting just about everything in sight (whew!), and then squeezing in time for rehearsing, it has been, every minute, a complete labor of love. Laura would like to send special thanks to the entire company and crew and her family.

Jeff Buterbaugh (Barber/Anselmo/Knight/Guard) is a lifelong resident of State College and a current student at Penn State. He has been performing in regional theatre for nearly a decade and is delighted to be making working at Nittany Theatre at the Barn where he has appeared in Calendar Girls, Play Murder, and Treasure Island. Some of his recent credits include Gangster 2 in The Drowsy Chaperone, Mr. Goldstone in Gypsy, Johnny Casino in Grease, and Mikey in Hairspray, Gene Gorman in Stephen Sondheim’s Saturday Night. Jeff also was seen as Frederick Dickens in a special production of A Christmas Carol a s part of Bellefonte Victorian Christmas and was a featured choral vocalist in a concert by Jodi Benson, the voice of Ariel in Disney’s The Little Mermaid.

Adam Hunter (Pedro/Guard) is thrilled to be returning to the Barn where he performed in Twelve Angry Men and All Shook Up. Having just returned from a semester abroad studying theatre in London, England, Adam studies theatre at Penn State. His recent acting credits include Ty in Good Kids with Penn State’s Centre Stage and Frank Jr. in Catch Me If You Can and Lancelot in Spamalot with Penn State Thespians.

Kevin Davis (Captain/Knight/Jose) is a relative newbie to the theatre world, making his debut in 2016 in The Wedding Singer (SCCT). He then went on to be the jury foreman in the Barn’s production of Twelve Angry Men later that year. This year his Barn credits include roles in Treasure Island and is very excited to be part of the cast of Man of La Mancha.

Stephanie Whitesell (Fermina/Horse/Moor) is no stranger to the Barn Stage! Stephanie was an apprentice at the Barn in the late 90s, when she cultivated her love of live theatre. Stephanie was last seen at the Barn portraying John Hancock in the all-female version of 1776. Stephanie’s previous (and some of her favorite roles) include; Roo in Winnie the Pooh, Abigail in The Crucible, Audrey II Puppeteer in Little Shop of Horrors and Ann Putnam in The Crucible. She is so excited to be returning to the stage after a year off and to share it with her beautiful and talented daughter, Kaitlyn Whitesell! Much love and thanks to Ben (my rock and biggest fan), Crystal, and, always, Mom and Dad for encouraging the arts from a very early age! Here’s to an amazing stage family, as well! Break all the legs! “The theatre was created to tell people the truth about life and the social situation.” – Stella Adler. Thanks for coming and I hope you all enjoy the show!

Katie Pennington-Rimmer (Maria/Moor) is honored to be back for the third season at Nittany Theatre at the Barn. Katie spent most of her adult life in South Africa as a gospel artist and session singer. She toured also with the late Ray Pheri and Stimela. Katie was honored to be crown Miss Michigan 1982 in the Miss America contest (where she won the swim suit competition!). She calls herself miss-elaneous now. After moving back to the USA in 2007 she has performed in many productions such as Annie, Sound of Music, Oliver. With Class Act Productions: A Christmas Carol, Anne of Green Gables, We Will Remember. Nittany Theatre Company: Royal Gilberts, Swearin off Women, 1776, All Shook Up, Addams Family, Church Basement Ladies and now Man of La Mancha. Her greatest achievement to date is her beloved children… Kymberly, Grace and Bjorn. Special thanks to her husband and sweetheart Tom who lets her pursue her dreams and live at THE BARN all summer!

Rob Arnold (Paco/Guard/Moor) is excited to perform in his 2nd show with Nittany theater at the Barn, the first being 2015’s The Addams Family. Past roles include Underling in The Drowsy Chaperone. Lord Savage in Jekyll & Hyde, Moonface Martin in Anything Goes, Patsy in Monty Python’s Spamalot, Horton in Seussical: the Musical, Jack/Stephanie in Leading Ladies, James Wilson in 1776 and Albin/Zaza in La Cage aux Folles. Originally from Pittsburgh, Rob attended Penn State pursuing a degree in English Education with a minor in Theater. When not on stage, Rob can be found managing the VWR Stockroom in the Chemistry Building at Penn State. Rob would like to thank his husband Michael for his continued love and support.

Rod Egan (Tenorio/Moor) Following completion of an archeological dig in southern Libya and a successful six-week engagement at Caesars Palace in Vegas. Rod decompressed by solo sailing the Atlantic before beginning this gig. Rod’s Barn credits include, Betty Crocker, Kinsey, n’ Rock and Roll, All Shook Up, Play Murder, Church Basement Ladies, and Treasure Island. During his quieter times, Rod and wife Beth live in the suburbs of Boalsburg, with aged cat and two high energy border collies. Their daughters have gone on to more exciting places. Rod has been known to include alternative facts in these bios.

Rebecca Koch (Stage Manager/Props Mistress) is a rising sophomore at IUP for theater. She has worked on several Barn productions in the past. In the 2016 season she worked on Twelve Angry Men and All Shook Up as Assistant Stage Manager, and as Assistant Stage Manager and board operator for Calendar Girls. This season she has worked as Stage Manager on Greater Tuna, and as Stage Manager and Props Mistress for Treasure Island. Shout out to her parents and her sibling for putting up with her Barn hours.

Marcelyn Lebovitz (Musical Director/Associate Stage Manager) is a 5th year student at Penn State, pursuing a major in music and a minor in theatre arts. She has been performing for many years, but she started her backstage career as the makeup artist for Penn State Opera Theatre’s “Impressions of Pelleas”. She has greatly enjoyed her time at the Barn this summer!

Trinity Lear (Technical Specialist (lights & sound) is a rising Senior at the Hollidaysburg Area High School. She has been working backstage for four years and has spent the last year running lights through six shows in the Altoona area. This her first season with the Barn and has had an amazing time working with all the amazing actors and staff! Trinity wants to thank Andrew Saxe for teaching her as much as he has this season and her mother for dealing with the long drive that is from Hollidaysburg to Boalsburg.

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Broadway at the Barn, Alex Santoriello Stars in Man of La Mancha

Broadway’s Alex Santoriello headlining at the Barn!

Alex Santoriello is a professional actor, singer & producer best known for originating roles in three Broadway musicals: “Les Miserables”, “Chess” & “Three Penny Opera”; & as a producer on the Broadway musical, “A Tale of Two Cities”.

He made his equity debut at the Paper Mill Playhouse & his New
York debut at AMAS Repertory Theater. He played Gus the Theater Cat in a Broadway tour of “Cats” & Pontius Pilate in two major touring productions of “Jesus Christ Superstar.”Alex produced & directed the world premiere of “A Tale of Two Cities” in concert at the Circle Theater in Indianapolis that included a cast of Broadway veterans along with Richard Kiley who narrated the action, a fifty-voice choir & a forty-piece orchestra.

Alex appeared in the TV soap opera “All My Children” & in the Academy Award nominated film “Far From Heaven”.
A successful concert career brought Alex to Barbados. After several returns Alex moved there & taught singing to young people & served as the first musical director of the Barbados National Boys Choir. He fronted the popular rock ‘n roll band “GetBak” & performed at over one-hundred charity events including the reopening of the historic Kensington Oval in Bridgetown & the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Gala. He founded Lexy Piano Bar, which was rated by Zagat as one of Barbados’ top five night spots.

Alex is a licensed commercial pilot, an active flight instructor & an avid sailor who has logged thousands of miles at sea.

Alex performed and worked with Sirs Sting, Cliff Richard, Tim Rice, Cameron Macintosh & Trevor Nunn; Benny Anderson & Bjorn Ulveaus (ABBA); John Caird, John Dexter, Andrew Wilk, John Lodge, Dennis Quaid, David Cassidy, Richard Kiley, Michael Crawford, Maureen McGovern, Georgia Brown, Ted Neeley, Carl Anderson, Colm Wilkinson, Claude Michel Schoenberg, Alain Boublil, John Clifton, Neil Berg & his sister Jill Santoriello.

Tickets at Nittany Theatre at the Barn (Click Here)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GHwS8_RjES4&feature=youtu.be

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2017 Winner of the National Free Speech Play Contest

Nittany Theatre at the Barn-America’s Summer Stock Theatre
2017 National Free Speech Contest
Sponsored by the Charles Koch Foundation

PRESS RELEASE, July 4, 2017

(Boalsburg, PA) Nittany Theatre at the Barn is pleased to announce, Dark Night of the Soul by James Armstrong as the winner of the 2017 National Free Speech Contest sponsored by The Charles Koch Foundation. From fifty-one submissions by playwrights throughout the nation, seven finalists were selected with James Armstrong of New York City as the winning playwright.

Dark Night of the Soul will receive a “book-in-hand” reading at Nittany Theatre at the Barn in Boalsburg, PA during Constitution Week, September 20, 2017 and additional readings in The Villages, Florida, October 26 in the Omar Bradley Theatre at the Eisenhower Recreation Center and October 27 in the Lincoln Theatre at the Laurel Manor Recreation Center, 2017.

As it connects to free speech, Dark Night of the Soul tells the familiar story of Joan of Arc, but in an unfamiliar way. Joan is portrayed as having a crisis of faith, unsure of what God wants of her and no longer able to hear the Divine Voice that was once so familiar. She is urged to renounce her former statements and submit to the Church, but when she does so, she finds that life is not tolerable without the ability to speak the truth. In fact, Joan would have been allowed to live if she had only kept her mouth shut and not returned to making statements about her former visions. Her insistence on her right to speak out–no matter what the consequences–makes her a martyr for the universal right of freedom of speech.

Set in the spring of 1431, the play tells the story of a young French peasant girl is locked in a tower in the castle of Rouen. Her name is Joan. Her crime is claiming to hear the voice of God. But the voice is gone now, and Joan is alone. Her king, her people, and her God have all abandoned her. A powerful English noble, Richard, Earl of Warwick, is intent on having her tried, found guilty, and burned at the stake. The bishop presiding over her trial is more concerned with formality than justice. Her only ally seems to be Brother Martin, a young Dominican who desperately wants to save her from the flames. Joan is all too aware, however, that there are some fates worse than death. As she struggles to find the strength she once had, Richard, Martin, and even the bishop surprisingly shift alliances in response to Joan’s quest to find the voice within her.

Dark Night of the Soul was originally developed in a playwrights group at the Abingdon Theatre Company in New York City. The script subsequently had a staged reading by the Lady Cavaliers Theatre Company in Brooklyn. The play was adapted for radio, and aired on WMNF in Tampa as a part of Radio Theatre Project Live.

James Armstrong has had his plays performed by Detroit Repertory Theatre, Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater, Playwrights Forum, the Epiphany Theater Company, the Abingdon Theatre Company, and The Attic Ensemble. The New York Times hailed his play Foggy Bottom as “one of the most international farces around” and the Detroit Free Press called Capital an “inspired new comedy.” He has written several historical plays on science and technology, including Meucci’s Message, a play commissioned by Sundog Theatre about the Italian-American inventor Antonio Meucci. James wrote the books for the new musicals Ordinary Island and Keep On Walkin’, the latter of which won the Anna Zornio Children’s Theatre Playwriting Award. He earned his MFA in Dramatic Writing from the Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama and is a member of the Dramatists Guild.

Seven Finalists of the 2017 Free Speech Contest:

Anything Helps God Bless by Al D’Andrea
Mia Wilson vs. Board of Education by Bill McGrath
Satan Amongst Us by Myla Lichtman-Fields
The Case and Trial of John Peter Zenger by Walt Vail
Holly Goday by Lawrence DuKore
The Degenerates by Germaine Shames
Dark Night of the Soul by James Armstrong

For more information see:
www.nittanytheatre.org
www.armstrongwrites.com

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Free Speech Rocks! Announcing the Seven Finalists of the the Barn’s National Free Speech Play Contest

First Drums Rolling… From 51 total submissions… we are pleased to announce our SEVEN FINALISTS for Nittany Theatre at the Barn’s 2017 National Free Speech Play Contest sponsored by The Charles Koch Foundation.

In random order, we are thrilled to have these marvelous works as our 2017 finalists::

Anything Helps God Bless by Al D’Andrea
Mia Wilson vs. Board of Education by Bill McGrath
Satan Amongst Us by Myla Lichtman-Fields
The Case and Trial of John Peter Zenger by Walt Vail
Holly Goday by Lawrence DuKore
The Degenerates by Germaine Shames
Dark Night of the Soul by James Armstrong

The winner shall be announced July 4th 2017

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Casting for Treasure Island and Man of La Mancha

We are pleased to announce casting for Treasure Island and Man of La Mancha

 

Treasure Island

Jane/Jim Hawkins-Hannah Richardson

Mrs. Hawkins/O’Brien-Laura Ann Saxe

Susan/Blind Pew-Sandi Rockwell

Dr. Livesey-Kevin Davis

Squire Trelawney-Russ Rockwell

Captain Smollett-Frank Wilson

Long John Silver-Alex Santoriello

Black Dog-Andy Saxe

Israel Hands-Eric Ziegler

George Merry-Jeff Buterbaugh

Ben Gunn/Pirate-Dave Saxe

Man of La Mancha

Quixote-Alex Santoriello

Aldonza-Deb Saxe

Sancho-Dave Saxe

Governor/Pedro- Adam Hunter

Captain/Innkeeper-Mercer Bristow

Padre-Frank Wilson

Duke/Dr. Carrasco/Knight of the Mirrors/Anselmo-Andy Saxe

Barber/Jose/Knight-Jeff Buterbaugh

Paco/Knight-

Antonia/Moorish Dancer-Jordan Santillo

Fermina/Gypsy-Alicia Rodriguez

Housekeepter/Gypsy-Laura Ann Saxe

Maria/Prisoner-Katie Rimmer

Tenorio/Knight-Rod Egan

Juan/Prisoner-Kevin Davis

Guiartist-Ken Ortbal

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Barn’s storied history recognized by U.S. Congress!

 

We are delighted to confirm that Congressman Glenn ‘GT’ Thompson officially recognized Nittany Theatre at the Barn in his remarks on the House Floor this morning, March 1st.

Thank you Congressman Thompson for recognizing the Barn as “the oldest arena-barn theatre in Pennsylvania!” What an honor to have the storied history of the Barn read into the Congressional Record!

The C-SPAN link below will take you directly to the beginning of his remarks, which starting at approx 44:40 into C-SPAN’s full video archive of the “Morning Hour” House coverage:

44:40 – Begin Congressman GT’s remarks
47:17 – Start of remarks specifically on NTATB
48:25 – End of remarks
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Broadway Producer and Star Coming to Barn!

Alex Santoriello is coming to the Barn! Alex produced “A Tale of Two Cities” on Broadway and also appeared in the original Broadway productions of “Les Miserables,” “Chess,” Three Penny Opera” and Broadway tours of “Jesus Christ Superstar” and “Cats.” Alex is currently Producing-Artistic-Director of ProAm Performing Arts of Florida.

Alex will direct/star (Long John Silver) in “Treasure Island” June 20~July 18 and direct/star (Don Quixote) in “Man of La Mancha” July 18~August 5

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u4uwXCs3VnI

 

 

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2016 TONY AWARD WINNERS!

The 2016 Tony (B) Awards!
Nittany Theatre at the Barn is pleased to announce the winners of the 2016 Tony (B) Awards!

Best Production:
Calendar Girls

Best Musical:
All Shook Up

Best Play:
Twelve Angry Men

Best Actor:
Erik Johnson, Complete Works of William Shakespeare (revised, unabridged)

Best Supporting Actor:
Russ Rockwell, Play Murder

Best Actress:
Morgan Sichler, All Shook Up

Best Supporting Actress:
Sierra Tothero, Play Murder

Best Ensemble:
Company

Best Director:
Dave Saxe, Calendar Girls

Best Choreography:
Courtney Young, All Shook Up

Best Light Design:
Andrew John Saxe, Twelve Angry Men

Best Sound Design:
Michael Tony Cooper, Complete Works of William Shakespeare

Best Costumes:
Julie Snyder & Anne Hayward, All Shook Up

Best Set:
Will Snyder, Twelve Angry Men

Best Technical Contribution:
Rebecca Koch, Calendar Girls

Funniest Moment:
Lauren Echausse & Jeff Buterbaugh, It’s Now Or Never, All Shook Up

Most Unforgettable Moment:
Rod Egan & Katie Rimmer, Matilda Shut Up, All Shook Up

Most Unforgettable Song:
Kaye Saxe, Graham Hancock, A Little Less Conversation, All Shook Up

Best Performance Number (Individual):
Laura Ann Saxe, Ladies Who Lunch, Company

Best Performance Number (Ensemble):
Side By Side, Company, Company

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