Award Season 2010 - Norton Nods

by:  Todd Williams at 04/16/2010

So this morning I'm thinking about what I am going to wear to the IRNEs on Monday when I get news about our Norton Award nominations! Well - not so much what I'm gonna wear - more so where I am going to take a few of our nominees for dinner. Anyway - how exciting! We've got 11 Norton nods - more than any other company in town. 

You can view all of the nominations at StageSource. Here's the short list (just the categories we're nominated in).

All My Sons, Huntington Theatre Company
Fences, Huntington Theatre Company
Stick Fly, Huntington Theatre Company

John Collins, Gatz, Elevator Repair Service at American Repertory Theater
Kenny Leon, Stick Fly, Huntington Theatre Company
Diane Paulus, The Donkey Show, American Repertory Theater

The Comedy of Errors, Commonwealth Shakespeare Company
Gatz, Elevator Repair Service at American Repertory Theater
Stick Fly, Huntington Theatre Company

Seth Fisher, Becky Shaw, Huntington Theatre Company
Will Lyman, All My Sons, Huntington Theatre Company
Scott Shepherd, Gatz, Elevator Repair Service at American Repertory Theater

Crystal Fox, Fences, Huntington Theatre Company
Amber Iman, Stick Fly, Huntington Theatre Company
Karen MacDonald, All My Sons, Huntington Theatre Company

The Savannah Disputation, SpeakEasy Stage Company
Stick Fly, Huntington Theatre Company
Gatz, Elevator Repair Service at American Repertory Theater

Additionally: Lydia Diamond was nominated for Outstanding New Script for her play Harriet Jacobs, Michael Maso will be receiving the 2010 Theatre Hero award, and long time local favorite Karen MacDonald will get the 2010 Norton Prize for Sustained Excellence.

  • Tags:


  1. Staying in Touch with pay per view ads on Individual Level – May be its an old strategy but believe me it works. Your small gestures such as welcome messages, taking regular feedback, and other such initiatives give a better chance to user to relate with you and getting along in a longer run. Mobile online pay per view work on a more personalized manner as compared to other channels, they can be used the best to understand users' priorities and problems.
  2. If Coco Chanel and her cast rose to replica shoes fame,it was absolutely due to the arete that apparent all the company’s products.Superior is the authentication of every individual artefact that is displayed for sale.The seams,the lining,the hidden pockets,the hardware,the straps,the adornment – try as abundant as you can,you’ll never acquisition a individual abominably fabricated Chanel bag.Counterfeits on the added duke are the exact opposites.They are fabricated with alone one affair in mind.Profits – that’s the basal band and prada replica a priority.All added things you should be searching for every time you buy something including functionality and backbone appear a poor second.What has replicas got to do with patriotism? Globalization has brought with it both absolute and abrogating effects.On the absolute side,a brace of decades ago,affairs a Chanel backpack was a advantage actual few humans could afford.Today a lot of countries accept an accurate Chanel exhibit in their above cities.The advantage to log on to to louis vuitton replica buy Chanel handbags and accept it alien to any bend of the apple is one of the after-effects of globalization.They are colloquially acclimated as synonyms for the appellation "fake watches," admitting purists accede affected watches to be simple backdrop that abandoned attending the aforementioned but do not agreement the aforementioned exact functionality.Some horologists,or replica watches watch fanciers and connoisseurs,acquire replica watches as accepted works,and are absorbed by the amount of color achieved,admitting added detect at them as imitations not account collecting.
  3. I could not resist commenting. Well written! Discount Uggs
  4. google [url=]google[/url]

Post a Comment

User verification Image for user verification  

About me

Todd Williams has contributed to the Huntington's blog since it was started in the fall of 2006, and he enjoys writing and sharing the Huntington's activities here whenever he can.

Todd started working at the Huntington in 1991 as light board operator, and then served as the Master Electrician for 10 seasons. Todd is now the Huntington Theatre Company's Production Mangager, the position he has held since 2002 .

Todd previously worked for the Weston Playhouse Theatre Company, Trinity Repertory Company, and The Collins Center for the Performing Arts.

In addition to the many shows that Todd has worked on here, his favorite project has been working with the Huntington staff, architects, consultants and contractors to design and build out the Stanford Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA, which opened as the Huntington's second stage in 2004.

Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre: 264 Huntington Avenue, Boston MA 02115
South End / Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA: 527 Tremont Street, Boston MA 02116
Main: 264 Huntington Avenue, Boston MA 02115 | 617 266 7900 | BOX OFFICE 617 266 0800

© 2013 Huntington Theatre Company. All rights reserved | Trouble viewing this site? Please download Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome.