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AACTFest 2021: Awards

The Best of the Best

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The productions and individuals honored below were chosen by our AACTFest 2021 Adjudicators.


Outstanding Festival Production Theatre City/State Region
The Mountaintop, by Katori Hall Lexington Players Lexington, Massachusetts I
Nominee: Hilary and Clinton, by Lucas Hnath The Studio Theatre Little Rock, Arkansas VI
Nominee: The Harry and Sam Dialogues, by Karen Ellison Bellingham Theatre Guild Bellingham, Washington IX
           
Award Name Production Theatre City/State Region
Acting: Leading Role Dominic Carter, as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr The Mountaintop, by Katori Hall Lexington Players Lexington, Massachusetts I
  Jes Washington, as Camae The Mountaintop, by Katori Hall Lexington Players Lexington, Massachusetts I
  Heather Dupree, as Hilary Hilary and Clinton, by Lucas Hnath The Studio Theatre Little Rock, Arkansas
 
VI
           
Acting: Supporting Role Duane Jackson, as Bill Hilary and Clinton, by Lucas Hnath The Studio Theatre Little Rock, Arkansas
 
VI
  Bonnie Emmer, as Deb Ordinary Days, by Adam Gwon INNOVAtheatre Cincinnati, Ohio

III

           
Acting: Featured Role Evan Tanner, as Mark Hilary and Clinton, by Lucas Hnath The Studio Theatre Little Rock, Arkansas
 
VI
  Layla Kahn-Hickman, as Young Judy Love and Cheese Toast, by Cooper Shattuck Theatre Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa, Alabama IV B
  Norquina Rieves, as Annie Mae Love and Cheese Toast, by Cooper Shattuck Theatre Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa, Alabama

IV B

           
Ensemble Performance Jeff Braswell & Kevin Six The Harry and Sam Dialogues, by Karen Ellison Bellingham Theatre Guild Bellingham, Washington IX
           
Direction Sal Jones The Mountaintop, by Katori Hall Lexington Players
 
Lexington, Massachusetts I
           
Musical Direction Matthew Nassida Ordinary Days, by Adam Gwon INNOVAtheatre Cincinnati, Ohio III
           
Original Music Richard Pearson Thomas Holy Days, by Sally Nemeth SHAPE Players Mons, Belgium X
           
Stage Combat Samantha Johnson Blood Song: The Story of the Hatfields and the McCoys, by Chelsea Marcantel Artists Collaborative Theatre Elkhorn City, Kentucky IV A
           
Costume Design Michelle Aguillon The Mountaintop, by Katori Hall Lexington Players Lexington, Massachusetts I
  Tami Lawson & Rebecca Fry A Doll's House, Part 2, by Lucas Hnath Shawnee Little Theatre Shawnee, Oklahoma VI
           
Scenic Design Dan LaMorte Holy Days, by Sally Nemeth SHAPE Players Mons, Belgium X
  Daniel Strickland Collected Stories, by Donald Margulies South City Theatre Pelham, Alabama IV B
           
Lighting Design Jackie Fitzgerald-Boyd How to be a Good Son, by Julia Cho Windham Actors Guild Windham, New Hampshire I
           
Sound Design Keith Strang How to be a Good Son, by Julia Cho Windham Actors Guild Windham, New Hampshire I
           
Technical Direction Jamie Peterson Jerry's Brain, by J.R. Spaulding, Jr.; Score by Christopher Powell Players de Noc Escanaba, Michigan III

 

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