Monday, May 3, 2010

Lucille Lortel Award Winners Announced

The winners of the Lucille Lortel Awards, honoring the best of off-Broadway, have been announced.  Given the winners listed below, combined with recent buzz throughout the theater community, it looks ever more likely that Horton Foote's nine hour Orphan's Home Cycle may actually transfer to Broadway if a theater becomes available.  The Scottsboro Boys, one of the final musicals written by the inimitable Kander and Ebb, may also end up transferring eventually, as well.  And the winners were ...

Outstanding Play:  The Orphan's Home Cycle by Horton Foote

Outstanding Musical: The Scottsboro Boys score by Kander and Ebb, book by David Thompson

Outstanding Solo Show: A Boy and His Soul performed by Colman Domingo

Outstanding Revival: The Glass Menagerie written by Tennessee Williams and produced by the Roundabout Theatre Company

Outstanding Director: David Cromer, When the Rain Stops Falling

Outstanding Choreographer:  Susan Stroman, The Scottsboro Boys

Outstanding Lead Actor: Michael Urie, The Tempramentalists

Outstanding Lead Actress: Judith Ivey, The Glass Menagerie

Outstanding Featured Actor: Adam James, The Pride

Outstanding Featured Actress: Mary Beth Hurt, When the Rain Stops Falling

Outstanding Scenic Design: David Korins, When the Rain Stops Falling

Outstanding Costume Design: Clint Ramos, So Help Me god!

Outstanding Lighting Design: Tyler Micoleau, When the Rain Stops Falling

Outstanding Sound Design: Fitz Patton, When the Rain Stops Falling

Special Awards: Lincoln Center Theater, Outstanding Body of Work
                           Daryl Roth, Lifetime Achievement Award

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