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2005 Theater Nominees and Winners

By Staff · November 2nd, 2009 · CEA Theater
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Local Actress In A Leading Role (Play)
Amy Warner as Martha in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Cincinnati Shakespeare Festival
Sue Breving as Kimberly in Kimberly Akimbo, New Stage Collective
Sherman Fracher as Frances McGlauphlin in While We Were Bowling, Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati
Julianna Bloodgood as Carol in Oleanna, Clear Stage Cincinnati

Local Actor In A Leading Role (Play)
Joe Sofranko as Conrad Jarrett in Ordinary People, Clear Stage Cincinnati
Bruce Cromer as George in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Cincinnati Shakespeare Festival
Jeremy Dubin as Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing, Cincinnati Shakespeare Festival
Reggie Willis as Thomas Thurman in Good Boys, Know Theatre Tribe

Local Actress In A Supporting Role (Play)
Corinne Mohlenhoff as Honey in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Cincinnati Shakespeare Festival
Molly Binder as a variety of comic characters in Lives of the Saints, New Edgecliff Theatre
a. Beth Harris as Grete in Sight Unseen, Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati
Dale Hodges as Rebecca Nurse in The Crucible, Cincinnati Playhouse

Local Actor In A Supporting Role (Play)
Drew Fracher as Nick in Sight Unseen, Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati
Anthony Darnell as Jeff in Kimberly Akimbo, New Stage Collective
Matt Johnson as Nick in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Cincinnati Shakespeare Festival
Nathan Neorr as Ward "Stickpin" Padowski in While We Were Bowling, Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati

Local Actress In A Leading Role (Musical)
Laurie Brinkman as Roxie Hart in Chicago, Cincinnati Music Theatre
Meggie Cansler as Violet in Side Show, College-Conservatory of Music
Pamela Kay Day as Velma Kelly in Chicago, Cincinnati Music Theatre
Katie Klaus as Daisy in Side Show, College-Conservatory of Music

Local Actor In A Leading Role (Musical)
Tom Cartwright as Percy Blakeney in The Scarlet Pimpernel, Showbiz Players
Joshua Jeremiah as Prince William/Edward in Sleeping Beauty, Ensemble Theater of Cincinnati
Adam Wagner as Charley Kringas in Merrily We Roll Along, College-Conservatory of Music
Wayne Wright as Billy Flynn in Chicago, Cincinnati Music Theatre

Local Actress In A Supporting Role (Musical)
Marcie Brooks as “Mama” Morton in Chicago, Cincinnati Music Theatre
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Beth Harris as Lilac in Sleeping Beauty, Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati
Patricia Linhart as Marilla in Green Gables, Human Race Theatre Company
Jen Temen as Meg Brockie in Brigadoon, College-Conservatory of Music

Local Actor In A Supporting Role (Musical)
Forrest W. Fairley as Amos Hart in Chicago, Cincinnati Music Theatre
Andrew Ford as Boss in Side Show, College-Conservatory of Music
Joseph Medeiros in Don’t Look Down, Fringe Festival 2005/An Acquired Taste Production
Thad Turner Wilson as Terry in Side Show, College-Conservatory of Music

Acting Performance By A Visiting Actor
Todd Almond as Charlotta and others in I Am My Own Wife, Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati
Tim Altmeyer as Reverend John Hale in The Crucible, Cincinnati Playhouse
Joneal Joplin as Deputy Governor Danforth in The Crucible, Cincinnati Playhouse
William Jay Marshall as Delbert Tibbs in The Exonerated, Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati

Acting Performance By A Visiting Actress
Anne Schilling as Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing, Cincinnati Shakespeare Festival
Melissa Bohon as Anne Shirley in Green Gables, Human Race Theatre Company
Tracy Shayne as Sunny in The Exonerated, Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati
Priscilla Shanks as Miss Fischer in A Picasso, Cincinnati Playhouse

Ensemble Acting Performance
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Cincinnati Shakespeare Festival
Ain’t Misbehavin’, Cincinnati Black Theatre Company
The Exonerated, Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati
Of Mice and Men, Mariemont Players

Community Theater Production
Chicago, Cincinnati Music Theatre
Ain’t Misbehavin’, Cincinnati Black Theatre Company
Pump Boys and Dinettes, Mariemont Players
Of Mice and Men, Mariemont Players

Achievement in Scenic Design
Twelfth Night, Scenic design by Joseph P. Tilford, Cincinnati Playhouse
I Am My Own Wife, Scenic design by Brian c. Mehring, Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati
Thirty Ghosts, Scenic design by Brian c. Mehring,  Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Scenic design by Will Turbyne, Cincinnati Shakespeare Festival

Achievement in Costume Design
Crowns, Costume design by Reggie Ray, Cincinnati Playhouse
Brigadoon, Costume design by Rebecca Senske, College-Conservatory of Music
Sleeping Beauty, Costume design by Rebecca Senske, Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati
Twelfth Night, Costume design by Susan Tsu, Cincinnati Playhouse

Achievement in Lighting, Sounds or Special Effects
Thirty Ghosts, Lighting design by Brian c. Mehring; Sound design by Vincent Olivieri, Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati
The Exonerated, Lighting design by Brian c. Mehring; Sound design by Vincent Olivieri, Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati
The Retreat from Moscow, Lighting design by Thomas C. Hase, Cincinnati Playhouse
While We Were Bowling, Lighting design by Brian c. Mehring; Sound design by Fitz Patton; Props by Shannon Rae Lutz, Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati

Alternative Production
Don’t Look Down, Adam Wagner/An Acquired Taste Production, 2005 Cincinnati Fringe Festival
A/The Postmodern Love Story, BlueForms Theatre Group, 2005 Cincinnati Fringe Festival
4.48 Psychosis, Sarah Kane, Know Theatre Tribe
The Good Thief, Know Theatre Tribe

Local Premiere
I Am My Own Wife by Doug Wright, Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati
Drinking Alone by Matt Johnson, New Edgecliff Theatre)
The Exonerated by Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen, Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati
Wild Women of Planet Wongo by Dave Ogrin, Ben Budick and Steve Mackes, Northern Kentucky University Y.E.S. Festival

Outstanding Play
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Directed by Brian Isaac Phillips, Cincinnati Shakespeare Festival
The Exonerated, Directed by D. Lynn Meyers, Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati
I Am My Own Wife, Directed by D. Lynn Meyers, Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati
Streamers, Directed by Jason Bruffy, Know Theatre Tribe

Outstanding Musical
eeBrigadoon, Directed by Richard Hess, College-Conservatory of Music
Chicago, Directed by Skip Fenker, Cincinnati Music Theatre
The Last Five Years, Directed by Dennis Courtney, Cincinnati Playhouse
Side Show, Directed by Jeremy Kronenberg, College-Conservatory of Music

 
 
 
 

 

 
 
 
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