The 2009 Brickenden Awards

The winners of the 2009 Brickenden Awards for Theatrical Excellence in London, announced at Monday night’s ceremony:

Outstanding Comedy Production
P.S. Your Cat Is Dead (Pacheco Theatre)
Outstanding Lighting Design
Rob Coles, P.S. Your Cat Is Dead (Pacheco Theatre)
Outstanding Sound Design
Andrew Johnson, The Tempest (The Passionfool Theatre Company)
Outstanding Youth Production
The Boy Friend (Theatre Laurier)
Outstanding Touring Production
The Stories of César Chávez (Fred Blanco, London Fringe Festival)
Outstanding Supporting Actress
Katie Paxman, Doubt, A Parable (Dariusz Entertainment)
Outstanding Original Script
Scenes For A War, Dan Ebbs
Outstanding Set Design
Jordan C. Morris, Mark Piggot, Rob Cousins, Rodel Manoy and Shane Wilcox, The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Iglesia Productions)
Outstanding Costume Design
Brenda Fieldhouse, The Duncombe Rebellion 1837 (Living History Productions)
Chris Doty Award
Jeff Culbert
Outstanding Musical Production
Company (Fountainhead Theatreworks)
Outstanding Supporting Actor
Josh Cottrell, The Tempest (The Passionfool Theatre Company)
Bravest Production
Karla and Grif (The Verve Theatre)
Outstanding Ballyhoo
P.S. Your Cat Is Dead (Pacheco Theatre)
Outstanding Actress
Martha Zimmerman, Doubt, A Parable (Dariusz Entertainment)
Outstanding Actor
Niall Cooke, The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Iglesia Productions)
Outstanding Director
Dariusz Korbiel, Doubt, A Parable (Dariusz Entertainment)
Outstanding Production
My Name is Rachel Corrie (Dariusz Entertainment)

Congratulations to all the nominees and winners!

4 thoughts on “The 2009 Brickenden Awards”

  1. Jim Cressman says:

    I beg to differ. The list of winners is posted on you main page. But I now notice that Korbiel has been corrected. Thank you.
    And thanks for the comment about my service on the Brickenden adjudication panels the past three years. It was a pleasure to be involved with such a wonderful theatre community. My involvement will continue — with my "paying" bum in the seats and I look forward to many more years of terrefic entertainment. It just doesn’t have to happen on Richmond Street to be great theatre!

  2. Jim Cressman says:

    Oops. Looks like I need a terrific copy editor.

  3. Jim Cressman says:

    I do want to say this is a FABULOUS website! Keep up the GREAT work!

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