Nominations Out for DC's Helen Hayes Awards

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CHARLES MACARTHUR AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING NEW PLAY
Amstel in Tel Aviv by Allyson Currin, Source Theatre Company
The Man Who Laughs by Susan Haedicke, Monica Neagoy and Didier Rousselet, Le Neon French-American Theatre Company
The Obituary Bowl by Barbara McConagha, Woolly Mammoth
They Never Said a Word by Ron O'Leary, the Rose Organization
Torn From the Headlines by Jennifer L. Nelson, the African Continuum

CHARLES MACARTHUR AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING NEW PLAY
Amstel in Tel Aviv by Allyson Currin, Source Theatre Company
The Man Who Laughs by Susan Haedicke, Monica Neagoy and Didier Rousselet, Le Neon French-American Theatre Company
The Obituary Bowl by Barbara McConagha, Woolly Mammoth
They Never Said a Word by Ron O'Leary, the Rose Organization
Torn From the Headlines by Jennifer L. Nelson, the African Continuum

OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTRESS, RESIDENT MUSICAL
Rebecca Baxter, Candide, Arena Stage
Sherri L. Edelen, The Rink, Signature Theatre
Patricia Pearce Gentry, The Rink, Signature
Anita Hollander, The Fifth Season, Olney Theatre Center for the Arts
Anne Kanengeiser, Passion, Signature
Eileen Ward, The Mikado, Interact Theatre Company

OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTOR, RESIDENT MUSICAL
Paul Binotto, Candide, Arena
Lewis Cleale, Passion, Signature
Steve Cramer, The Mikado, Interact
D'Monroe, Torn From the Headlines, the African Continuum Theatre Company
Thomas W. Jones II, Hip 2: Birth of the Boom, the Studio Theatre
Michael Sharp, Side by Side by Sondheim, MetroStage

OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING PERFORMER, RESIDENT MUSICAL
Patdro Harris, Hip 2: Birth of the Boom, Studio
Michael Howell, Hip 2: Birth of the Boom, Studio
Kate Kiley, The Mikado, Interact
Dana Krueger, Candide, Arena
Lawrence Redmond, The Rink, Signature

OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTRESS, NON-RESIDENT PRODUCTION
Micki Grant, Having Our Say, Kennedy Center
Uta Hagan, Mrs. Klein, Kennedy Center
Cee-Cee Harshaw, Nomathemba, Kennedy Center and Crossroads Theater Company
Irene Malloy, Whistle Down the Wind, National Theatre
Lizan Mitchell, Having Our Say, Kennedy Center
Valerie Wright, Damn Yankees, Kennedy Center OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTOR, NON-RESIDENT PRODUCTION
Frederick C. Inkley, Disney's Beauty and the Beast, Kennedy Center
Alex Jennings, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Kennedy Center
Jerry Lewis, Damn Yankees, Kennedy Center
Bruse McIntosh, Fixin' to Die: A Visit to the Mind of Lee Atwater, Church Street Theater
Ntare Mwine, Nomathemba, Kennedy Center and Crossroads Theatre Company
Roger Guenveur Smith, A Huey P. Newton Story, Woolly Mammoth

SUPPORTING PERFORMER, NON-RESIDENT PRODUCTION
Desmond Barrit, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Kennedy Center
Andrea McArdle, State Fair, Kennedy Center
Laila Robins, Mrs. Klein, Kennedy Center
Joseph Shabalala, Nomathemba, Kennedy Center and Crossroads Theatre Company
Scott Wise, State Fair, Kennedy Center

OUTSTANDING SET DESIGN, RESIDENT PLAY OR MUSICAL
John Conklin, Dance of Death, Arena
Daniel Conway, subUrbia, Studio
James Kronzer, Broken Glass, Olney
Lou Stancari, Passion, Signature
Michael Yeargan, Antony and Cleopatra, Shakespeare

OUTSTANDING COSTUME DESIGN, RESIDENT PLAY OR MUSICAL
Zack Brown, Candide, Arena
Martin Pakledinaz, Volpone, Shakespeare
Rosemary Pardee, The Mikado, Interact
Robin Stapley, Quills, Woolly Mammoth
Paul Tazewell, Blithe Spirit, Arena
Andrew V. Yelusich, All's Well That Ends Well, Shakespeare

OUTSTANDING LIGHTING DESIGN, RESIDENT PLAY OR MUSICAL
Ayun Fedorcha, La Chunga, GALA Hispanic Theatre
James F. Ingalls, Antony and Cleopatra, Shakespeare
Marianne Meadows, Quills, Woolly Mammoth
Jennifer Tipton, Dance of Death, Arena
Daniel MacLean Wagner, Broken Glass, Olney Theatre Center for the Arts
Daniel MacLean Wagner, Passion, Signature

OUTSTANDING SOUND DESIGN, RESIDENT PLAY OR MUSICAL
Scott Burgess, Quills, Woolly Mammoth
David Maddox, The Wonderful One-Hoss Shay, Theater of the First Amendment
Rob Milburn, The Miser, Arena
Bruce Odland, Dance of Death, Arena
Dan Schrader, Cymbeline, Washington Shakespeare Company

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