FringeNYC 2006 Overall Excellence Award Winners Announced

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The 2006 New York International Fringe Festival announced the winners of its Overall Excellence Awards at a ceremony on Aug. 27, the final day of the festival.

Multiple victors are allowed in each category. The winners are:

Outstanding Play:
I Was Tom Cruise
Modern Missionary

Outstanding Musical:
The Fartiste
58! A Comedy About Bike Messengering
Fallen Angel

Outstanding Playwrighting:
Matt Hoverman - In Transit
Moby Pomerance - Broken Hands
Geoffrey Decas - The Deepest Play Ever: The Catharsis of Pathos

Outstanding Music & Lyrics:
Danny Ashkenasi - The Tell-Tale Heart Outstanding Solo Show:
Flying on the Wing
Mike's Incredible Indian Adventure
Democrats Abroad

Outstanding Direction:
Mark Steven Robinson - Don’t Ask
Jonathan Silverstein - Red Herring
Joel Froomkin - The Infliction of Cruelty

Outstanding Costume Design:
Robin L. McGee - Rainy Days & Mondays
Renee Mariotti & Bernard Grenier - Trouble in Shameland

Outstanding Set Design:
Shane LeClair - A Small Hole
Robin Vest - Hermanas

Outstanding Actor:
Anna Jayne Marquardt - Walmartopia
Helen Stratford - Suicide - The Musical
Steve Hayes - The Pengiun Tango
Cory Grant - Broken Hands
Margaret Daly - T.L.C.

Outstanding Ensemble:
Open House
Vice Girl Confidential
The Onion Lovers
Diving Normal

Outstanding Choreography:
Paula Kroening - Band Geeks

Audience Favorite:
Danny Boy


Flying on the Wing, Open House and Diving Normal sold out their complete runs while a number of shows had sold out individual performances including Here. This. Now., Open House, Broken Hands, In Transit, Danny Boy, The Onion Lovers, Fay Lindsay-Jones Story, Hermanas, Confessions, A Collapse, Rainy Days and Mondays, Puppet Government, Vice Girl, I Come In Peace, The Pool with Five Porches and I Was Tom Cruise.

Some productions were selling out at the door, a Fringe spokesperson revealed to Top sellers include Penguin Tango, Walmartopia, It's a Hit, Air Guitar, Billy the Mime, Mike's Incredible Indian Adventure, Broken Hands, Corleone, Fallen Angel, The Fartiste, Lulu, A Man's a Man, Minimum Wage, Mrs Darling's Bed 'n' Board, Olsen Terror, Ophelia, Perfect Harmony and Tradition!

With a growing track record, Fringe NYC has churned out such shows as Off Broadway's Debbie Does Dallas, Never Swim Alone, 21 Dog Years: Doing Time @, Matt & Ben, The Joys of Sex and Dog Sees God. The most successful show to come from the downtown exhibitor is Urinetown — which graduated to Off-Broadway, then Broadway and has since toured across the country and is being staged in independent regional runs.

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