Adelaide Theatre Guide Curtain Call Awards Nominees 2010/2011

Big congrats to all the local nominees announced online earlier today by the Adelaide Theatre Guide. One of two major awards ceremonies for the SA industry, the awards are given out by members of the Adelaide Theatre Guide, a small group of people who publish their own reviews and information about both professional and non-professional theatrical productions in Adelaide.

Here’s there release (link below). Congrats to all nominees.

The ATG is pleased to announce the nominees for its 2010/2011 “Curtain Call” Awards.

Tickets will be on sale from Friday, 1 July for the Gala Dinner and “Curtain Call” Awards Night on 10 September 2011, at which the winners will be announced.

And for the 2011 ATG “Curtain Call” Awards, the nominees are…

Professional

Best Show – Comedy

  • God of Carnage (State Theatre Company of South Australia)
  • Special Delivery (Patch Theatre Company)
  • Stevl Shefn and His Translator Fatima (Steve Sheehan)
  • Three Stuffed Mums (Three Stuffed Mums)

Best Show – Drama

  • Appalling Behaviour (Professional Collective)
  • Blackbird (Flying Penguin Productions)
  • The Eisteddfod (five.point.one)
  • The Zoo Story (State Theatre Company of South Australia)

Best Show – Musical

  • Hansel and Gretel (State Opera of South Australia)
  • It’s a Dad Thing: The Musical (SINGular Productions)
  • Jesus Christ Superstar (Gilbert & Sullivan Society of South Australia)
  • The Pearl Fishers (State Opera of South Australia)

Best Ensemble

  • Boxing Day Test (Junglebean)
  • God of Carnage (State Theatre Company of South Australia)
  • Hansel and Gretel (State Opera of South Australia)
  • It’s a Dad Thing: The Musical (SINGular Productions)

Best Female Performance

  • Elizabeth Hay (The Lesson, Accidental Productions)
  • Jacki Weaver (Entertaining Mr Sloane, State Theatre Company of South Australia)
  • Kate Roxby (The Eisteddfod, five.point.one)
  • Ksenja Logos (Blackbird, Flying Penguin Productions)

Best Male Performance

  • Jamie Jewell (The Lonely Man, Cabaret Fringe 2010)
  • Nathan O’Keefe (Harbinger, Brink Productions)
  • Renato Musolino (The Zoo Story, State Theatre Company of South Australia)
  • Terence Crawford (Blackbird, Flying Penguin Productions)

Best Technical

  • Cassandra Backler & Ben Flett, Set & Lighting Design (The Eisteddfod, five.point.one)
  • Catherine Oates, Foley Artistry (Special Delivery, Patch Theatre Company)
  • John Conklin, Set Design (The Pearl Fishers, State Opera of South Australia)
  • Luke Smiles, Sound Design (The Fugitive, Windmill Theatre)

Amateur

Best Show – Comedy

  • As You Like It (Adelaide College of the ARTS)
  • Chapter Two (Galleon Theatre Group)
  • The Female of the Species (Stirling Players)
  • The Hound of the Baskervilles (Independent Theatre Company)

Best Show – Drama

  • A View from the Bridge (University of Adelaide Theatre Guild)
  • Out in the Open (Mixed Salad Productions)
  • Red (Independent Theatre Company)
  • The Woman in Black (Adelaide Repertory Theatre)

Best Show – Musical

  • Curtains (Therry Dramatic Society Inc)
  • Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Opus Performing Arts Community)
  • Miss Saigon (Marie Clark Musical Theatre)
  • Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (Adelaide College of the ARTS)

Best Ensemble

  • Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (The Metropolitan Musical Theatre Company of South Australia)
  • Sweet Charity (Hills Musical Company)
  • The Female of the Species (Stirling Players)
  • The Hound of the Baskervilles (Independent Theatre Company)

Best Female Performance

  • Anna Cheney (Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, Adelaide College of the ARTS)
  • Eleanor Boyd (Out in the Open, Mixed Salad Productions)
  • Megan Humphries (Songs for a New World, Irregular Productions)
  • Nicole Rutty (Scenes from a Separation, Stirling Players)

Best Male Performance

  • David Salter (Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Opus Performing Arts Community)
  • Lee Cook (Out in the Open, Mixed Salad Productions)
  • Nigel Tripodi (A View from the Bridge, University of Adelaide Theatre Guild)
  • Omkar Nagesh (Miss Saigon, Marie Clark Musical Theatre)

Best Technical

  • Edi Carlos de Oliveira, Set Design (Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, Adelaide College of the ARTS)
  • Kristen Webb & Mardi Peal, Costume Design (Leader of the Pack, Northern Light Theatre Company)
  • Matthew Marciniak, Lighting Design (The Hound of the Baskervilles, Independent Theatre Company)
  • Mitchell Geci, Lighting Design (Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks, Matt Byrne Media)

via Adelaide Theatre Guide: South Australia’s Only Comprehensive Internet Guide to Local Arts.

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