Winners of the 32nd Annual Bistro Awards, which will be held March 13 at Gotham Comedy Cub, have been announced. They join previously announced Bob Harrington Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Darlene Love.
As previously announced, Love, who appeared on Broadway in Hairspray, will take the Bistro Awards’ highest honor for her five decades of musical accomplishments.
The Bistro Awards gala will be held at 6:30 PM at Gotham Comedy Cub, located at 208 W. 23rd Street. Sherry Eaker produces.
For the fifth year in a row, Shellen Lubin will direct. The Awards Committee includes Eaker, Gerry Geddes, Roy Sander, Robert Windeler, and Mark Dundas Wood. Sander is also the award show’s associate producer.
A list of winners follows:
Ongoing Jazz Artistry
Natalie Douglas (Human Heart)
Ira Eaker Special Achievement Award
Lucille Carr-Kaffashan (Unwritten: Celebrating 21st Century Female Singer-Songwriters)
Lauren Stanford (Helen Morgan in More Than You Know)
Sally Darling (Totally Noël)
Courter Simmons (Cacophony Daniels)
Musical Comedy Duo
David Maiocco and Chuck Sweeney (Lee Squared)
Anya Turner and Robert Grusecki
Sam Bolen, Mark Sonnenblick, and Max Friedman (Midnight at the Never Get)
(Updated January 30, 2017)