More Awards News: Huntington Receives 12 Elliot Norton Award Nominations

by:  Rebecca Curtiss at 04/24/2012

The IRNE Awards were presented last night, and so now our attention turns to the Boston Theatre Critics Association's Elliot Norton Awards, to be presented on Monday, May 21. The 2012 Elliot Norton Awards will honor productions that played April 1, 2011 through March 31, 2012.

The Huntington received 12 nominations, second only to SpeakEasy Stage Company, our friends and neighbors in the Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA, who recieved 13.

Outstanding Visiting Production: Richard III & The Comedy of Errors (Propeller Theatre Company)

Richard Clothier, photo: Manuel Harlan

Outstanding Musical Production: Candide


Cast of Candide, photo: T. Charles Erickson

Outstanding Production: Ma Rainey's Black Bottom


Yvette Freeman and Corey Allen in Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, photo: T. Charles Erickson

Outstanding Production: Sons of the Prophet


Dan McCabe and Joanna Gleason in Sons of the Prophet, photo: Paul Marotta

Outstanding Musical Performance by an Actress: Lauren Molina, Candide


Lauren Molina in Candide, photo: T. Charles Erickson

Outstanding Performance by an Actor: Yusef Bulos, Sons of the Prophet


Yusef Bulos in Sons of the Prophet, photo: Paul Marotta

Outstanding Performance by an Actor: Richard Clothier, Richard III


Richard Clothier in Richard III, photo: Manuel Harlan

Outstanding Performance by an Actor: Jason Bowen, Ma Rainey's Black Bottom


Glen Turner and Jason Bowen in Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, photo: T. Charles Erickson

Outstanding Director: Mary Zimmerman, Candide

Cast of Candide, photo by T. Charles Erickson

Outstanding Design: Daniel Ostling [set], Mara Blumenfeld [costumes], T.J. Gerckens [lighting], and Richard Woodbury [sound], Candide


Cast of Candide, photo by T. Charles Erickson

Outstanding New Script: Sons of the Prophet, Stephen Karam


Jonathan Louis Dent, Dan McCabe, Kelsey Kurz, Yusef Bulos in Sons of the Prophet, photo by Paul Marotta

Read the full list of nominations. Congratulations to all nominees! Results to come in May.

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