Artios Awards, Recognizing Casting Directors, Presented Nov. 2; Carnahan, Telsey, Rubin Among Nominees

By Adam Hetrick
November 2, 2009

Christine Ebersole, Patrick Wilson, Stanley Tucci and Bill Pullman are among the presenters for the 2009 New York Artios Awards, which recognize the work of casting directors in film, television and theatre, to be given at the New York Times Building in midtown Manhattan Nov. 2.

The 5:30 PM honors are hosted by Janeane Garofolo.

The New York Artios Awards will also celebrate the work of novelist and screenwriter Nora Ephron and screenwriter and producer Delia Ephron with the New York Apple Award (presented by Stanley Tucci); producer Laura Ziskin with the Career Achievement Award; and casting director John Frank Levey with the Hoyt Bowers Award.

In addition to Ebersole, Wilson, Tucci and Pullman, Artios presenters also include Vincent Kartheiser, Carrie Preston, Jennifer Morrison, Elizabeth Reaser and Michael Shannon.

The 2009 New York Artios Award nominees follow:



  • NY Broadway Theatre: Drama
    James Calleri, 33 Variations
    Cindy Tolan, All My Sons
    Daniel Swee, Joe Turner's Come and Gone
    Bernard Telsey/Will Cantler, Reasons To Be Pretty
    Jim Carnahan, The Seagull




  • NY Broadway Theatre: Comedy
    Bernard Telsey/Will Cantler, Blithe Spirit
    Daniel Swee, Exit the King
    Daniel Swee, God of Carnage
    Bernard Telsey/Will Cantler, Speed The Plow
    Jim Carnahan, Waiting for Godot




  • NY Broadway Theatre: Musical
    Tara Rubin/Merri Sugarman/Laura Schutzel/Eric Woodall/Nora Brennan, Billy Elliot
    Bernard Telsey/Tiffany Little Canfield, Rock of Ages
    Bernard Telsey/Craig Burns, 9 To 5
    Bernard Telsey/Jim Carnahan, Pal Joey
    Tara Rubin/Merri Sugarman/Laura Schutzel/Eric Woodall, Shrek




  • NY Off-Broadway Theatre: Comedy/Musical
    Howie Cherpakov, Fault Lines
    Tara Rubin/Laura Schutzel/Eric Woodall/Merri Sugarman, Happiness
    Bernard Telsey/Will Cantler, Offices
    Bernard Telsey/Will Cantler, The Third Story
    Alaine Alldaffer, Three Changes




  • NY Off-Broadway: Drama
    Bernard Telsey/Will Cantler, Boy’s Life
    Nancy Piccione, The Bridge Project
    Bernard Telsey/Will Cantler, Farragut North
    Nancy Piccione, Ruined
    James Calleri, Uncle Vanya




  • Regional Theatre: East
    Tara Rubin/Laura Schutzel/Eric Woodall/Merri Sugarman, Death of a Salesman
    James Calleri, The Glass Menagerie
    Bernard Telsey/Will Cantler, To Kill A Mockingbird
    Jay Binder, Turn of the Century
    Bernard Telsey/Will Cantler/Tiffany Little Canfield, Unusual Acts of Devotion




  • Daytime Series
    Mary Clay Boland, "As The World Turns"
    Marnie Saitta, "Days of Our Lives"
    Mark Teschner, "General Hospital"
    Rob Decina, "Guiding Light"
    Camille St. Cyr, "The Young and the Restless"