2011 Gallery Awards by the Rogue Critic

Congratulations to the winners and nominees! Below are awards and nominations for the Hilberry Theatre as well as Hilberry and Bonstelle alumni working at other theatres around town. Check out the Rogue Critic’s website for more winners and nominees.

WINNERS:

Ensemble (5 or more)

The Cider House Rules (Parts 1 and 2), Hilberry Theatre

…the honor goes to the Cider House cast twenty-two strong; the complex mixed-narrative flow of the text was upheld fluidly and without impediment, a truly collective accomplishment.

Best Rogue

Edmund Alyn Jones, Richard III, Hilberry Theatre

…there was no better rogue than Jones, whose evil-incarnate antihero bore a magnetism as penetrating as his motives were murky and deplorable.

NOMINEES:

Supporting Actress (Drama)

Carollette Phillips, Richard III, Hilberry Theatre

Caroline L. Price, New Jerusalem…, Jewish Ensemble Theatre (Hilberry Alumna)

Supporting Actor (Drama)

Alex D. Hill, Mercury Fur, Who Wants Cake? Theatre (Bonstelle Alumnus)

Supporting Actor (Comedy)

Alan Ball, The Misanthrope, Hilberry Theatre

Costume Design

John D. Woodland, The Misanthrope, Hilberry Theatre

Lighting Design (Proscenium Seating)

Thomas H. Schraeder, Of Mice and Men, Hilberry Theatre

Jon Weaver, The Cider House Rules (Parts 1 and 2), Hilberry Theatre

Duo or Trio

Erman Jones and Peter Prouty, Of Mice and Men, Hilberry Theatre

Rob Pantano and Kevin Young, The 39 Steps, Meadow Brook Theatre (Rob is a Hilberry Alumnus)

Lead Actor (Musical)

Brian Sage, Guys on Ice, Tipping Point Theatre (Hilberry Alumnus)

Choreography (Movement or Fight)

Michael Brian Ogden, Richard III, Hilberry Theatre

Scenic Design (Proscenium Seating)

Michael Wilkki, The Misanthrope, Hilberry Theatre

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One thought on “2011 Gallery Awards by the Rogue Critic

  1. I updated the title per specifications from the Rogue Critic herself. The individual awards are called “Gallery Awards” and each winner is entered into the “Rogue Gallery.”

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