Connecticut Critics Circle 1995-96 Awards

News   Connecticut Critics Circle 1995-96 Awards The Connecticut Critics Circle has announced the winners of its sixth annual awards for outstanding achievement in Connecticut theatre, as determined by the members of the circle.

The Connecticut Critics Circle has announced the winners of its sixth annual awards for outstanding achievement in Connecticut theatre, as determined by the members of the circle.The awards will be distributed in a June 24 ceremony.

Outstanding Production of a Play: Blues for an Alabama Sky by Pearl Cleage - Hartford Stage
Outstanding Production of a Musical: Sweeney Todd - Goodspeed Opera House
Outstanding Actress in a Play: Marian Seldes in Three Tall Women - Rich Forum
Outstanding Actor in a Play (tie): Neil Stewart in Butley - Rainbow Theatre and Max Wright in Denial - Long Wharf Theatre
Outstanding Actress in a Musical: Barbara Marineau in Sweeney Todd - Goodspeed
Outstanding Actor in a Musical: Timothy Nolen in Sweeney Todd - Goodspeed
Outstanding Director of a Play: Mark Lamos for Romeo and Juliet and The Rivals - Hartford Stage
Outstanding Director of a Musical: Gabriel Barre for Sweeney Todd - Goodspeed
Outstanding Choreography: Craig North for 42nd Street - Downtown Cabaret Theatre
Outstanding Set Design: Michael Yeargan for Pentecost - Yale Rep and Romeo and Juliet - Hartford Stage
Outstanding Lighting Design: Hugh Hallinan for Blackbirds of Broadway - Downtown Cabaret Theatre
Outstanding Costume Design: Jess Goldstein for The Rivals - Hartford Stage
Outstanding Sound Design: David Burdries for Ghosts, Romeo and Juliet and The Rivals - Hartford Stage and Pentecost - Yale Rep
Outstanding Ensemble Performance: The cast of (Almost) all in the Timing - Long Wharf Theatre (Tim Choate, Martin Garcia, Julia Gibson, Ann McDonough, Eve Michelson, Richard Nagel, Robert Sella)
Tom Killen Award: Mark Lamos - Hartford Stage
Lucille Lortel Debut Award: Alex Woods in Moonshadow - Stamford Theatre Works
Special Achievement Award: Joyce Ebert - Long Wharf Theatre

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