Here are the Winners of the 14th Annual WATCH AWARDS Awards

Announcement of Winners 14th Annual Washington Area Theatre Community Honors THE WATCH AWARDS Award Ceremony Sunday, March 9, 2014 – 7:00 pm at The Birchmere, Alexandria, VA

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And now for the Winners (in BOLD)
Nominations for outstanding technical achievements.

Outstanding Set Design in a Musical (5) TIE
WINNER• Jared Davis– Avenue Q – Dominion Stage
• Richard Gilpin – Fiddler on the Roof – Port Tobacco Players
• Dan Lavanga – You Never Know – Prince George’s Little Theatre
WINNER• Jane B. Wingard – Camelot – 2nd Star Productions
• Jane B. Wingard – Little Shop of Horrors – 2nd Star Productions

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Outstanding Set Design in a Play (5)
• Raedun de Alba – Is He Dead? – Providence Players of Fairfax
WINNER• John Downing & Bill Glikbarg – Twentieth Century – Little Theatre of Alexandria
• Richard Gilpin– Brighton Beach Memoirs – Port Tobacco Players
• Bill Glikbarg & John Downing – Life with Father – Aldersgate Church Community Theatre
• Skip Gresko – Rumors – McLean Community Players

Outstanding Set Construction in a Musical (5)
• Bill Bagaria– Camelot – 2nd Star Productions
• Chris Feldmann & Dan Remmers – Avenue Q – Little Theatre of Alexandria
• Richard Gilpin – Fiddler on the Roof – Port Tobacco Players
• Dan Lavanga – You Never Know – Prince George’s Little Theatre
WINNER• Hector Lorenzini – Avenue Q – Dominion Stage

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Outstanding Set Construction in a Play (5)
• John Downing & Bill Glikbarg – Twentieth Century – Little Theatre of Alexandria
• Chip Gertzog, Mike Mattheisen, David Schwartz – Is He Dead? – Providence Players of Fairfax
WINNER• Richard Gilpin & Zachary Ball – Brighton Beach Memoirs – Port Tobacco Players
• Stuart Travis, Bill Glikbarg, John Downing – Life with Father – Aldersgate Church Community Theatre
• Dick Whaley – Communicating Doors – Colonial Players of Annapolis

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Outstanding Set Painting in a Musical (6)
• Jared Davis – Avenue Q – Dominion Stage
• Maria Littlefield – Seussical – Damascus Theatre Company
• Ronna Johnson, Jill Hanger, Betsy Stevens – Fiddler on the Roof – Port Tobacco Players
• Roy Peterson – You Never Know – Prince George’s Little Theatre
WINNER• Jane B. Wingard – Camelot – 2nd Star Productions
• Jane B. Wingard – Little Shop of Horrors – 2nd Star Productions
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Outstanding Set Painting in a Play (5)
• Megan Coyle & Eddy Parker – Life with Father – Aldersgate Church Community Theatre
• Cathy Farnsworth, George Farnsworth, Terry Yates – Rumors – McLean Community Players
• Paul Hennesy & Mike Mattheisen– Is He Dead? – Providence Players of Fairfax
• Ronna Johnson & Jhonni Jones– Brighton Beach Memoirs – Port Tobacco Players
WINNER• Mary Speed & Brian Garrison – Red – Elden Street Players
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Outstanding Set Decoration and Set Dressing in a Musical (5)
• Lois Banscher– 1776 – Colonial Players of Annapolis
• Ellen Erickson – Avenue Q – Dominion Stage • Roy Hammond – You Never Know – Prince George’s Little Theatre • Kim M. Bessler & Grenda Dennis – Fiddler on the Roof – Port Tobacco Players
WINNER• Jane B. Wingard & Gail Bagaria – Camelot – 2nd Star Productions

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Outstanding Set Decoration and Set Dressing in a Play (5)
• Susan Driscoll Blount & Eddy Parker – Life with Father – Aldersgate Church Community Theatre
• Susan d. Garvey – Red – Elden Street Players
WINNER• Paul Hennesy & Mike Mattheisen – Is He Dead? – Providence Players of Fairfax
• Ronna Johnson – Brighton Beach Memoirs – Port Tobacco Players
• Edd Miller – In the Next Room, or The Vibrator Play – Colonial Players of Annapolis

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Outstanding Properties in a Musical (5)
• Lois Banscher – 1776 – Colonial Players of Annapolis
• Helen Bard-Sobola – Avenue Q – Dominion Stage
• Theresa Nichols Bender – Caroline, or Change – Elden Street Players
WINNER• Joanne D. Wilson – Camelot – 2nd Star Players
• Joanne D. Wilson – Little Shop of Horrors – 2nd Star Productions
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Outstanding Properties in a Play (5)
• Grenda Dennis – Brighton Beach Memoirs – Port Tobacco Players
WINNER• Susan d. Garvey – Red – Elden Street Players
• JoAnn Gidos – Shipwrecked – Colonial Players of Annapolis
• Connie Robinson – In the Next Room, or The Vibrator Play – Colonial Players of Annapolis
• Andra Whitt – Is He Dead? – Providence Players of Fairfax
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Outstanding Lighting Design in a Musical (5)
• Jeffery Scott Auerbach– Next to Normal – McLean Community Players
• Ken & Patti Crowley – Avenue Q – Little Theatre of Alexandria
• Garrett R. Hyde – Camelot – 2nd Star Productions
• Garrett R. Hyde – You Never Know – Prince George’s Little Theatre
WINNER• Tommy Scott – Fiddler on the Roof – Port Tobacco Players
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Outstanding Lighting Design in a Play (5)
• Jeffery Scott Auerbach – Life with Father – Aldersgate Church Community Theatre • Franklin Coleman – 33 Variations – Reston Community Players
WINNER• Ken & Patti Crowley – 33 Variations– Little Theatre of Alexandria
• Ken & Patti Crowley – The 39 Steps – Little Theatre of Alexandria
• Tommy Scott – Brighton Beach Memoirs – Port Tobacco Players
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Outstanding Sound Design in a Musical (5)
• Wes Bedsworth – 1776 – Colonial Players of Annapolis
• David Correia & David Hale – Avenue Q – Little Theatre of Alexandria
WINNER• Kevin DeMine – Avenue Q – Dominion Stage
• Kevin Garrett – Parade – Kensington Arts Theatre
• James D. Watson – The Who’s Tommy – Port Tobacco Players
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Outstanding Sound Design in a Play (5)
• Draper Carter – The Woman in Black – Port Tobacco Players
• William Chrapcynski – 33 Variations – Reston Community Players
• Jamie Coupar – Red Herring– Silver Spring Stage
WINNER• Sean Doyle – Shiloh Rules – Port City Playhouse
• Nick Sampson – The Nerd – Rockville Little Theatre
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Outstanding Costume Design in a Musical (5)
• Eleanor Dicks – Ragtime – Kensington Arts Theatre
• Kathy Dunlap – Caroline, or Change – Elden Street Players
• Andrea L. Elward – 1776 – Colonial Players of Annapolis
WINNER• Linda Swann – Camelot – 2nd Star Productions
• Linda Swann – You Never Know – Prince George’s Little Theatre
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Outstanding Costume Design in a Play (7)
• Julie Bays & Carol Youmans – In the Next Room, or The Vibrator Play – Colonial Players of Annapolis
• Susan Boyd – Rumors – McLean Community Players
• Georgia Harlow – Life with Father – Aldersgate Church Community Theatre
• Kaelynn Miller – Shipwrecked – Colonial Players of Annapolis
• Susan Noe – To Kill a Mockingbird – Fauquier Community Theater
• Robbie Snow – Is He Dead? – Providence Players of Fairfax
WINNER• Mary Wakefield – The Tempest – Rockville Little Theatre
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Outstanding Makeup Design in a Musical (5)
WINNER• Shemika Berry – The Wiz – Tantallon Community Players
• Eleanor Dicks – Ragtime – Kensington Arts Theatre
• Roy Hammond – You Never Know – Prince George’s Little Theatre
• Larissa Norris – 9 to 5: The Musical – Arlington Players
• Colleen Novosel – Seussical – Damascus Theatre Company
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Outstanding Makeup Design in a Play (5)
• Kaitelyn Bauer – The Woman in Black – Port Tobacco Players
• Susan Boyd – Rumors – McLean Community Players
WINNER• Sally Cusenza – The Pillowman – Silver Spring Stage
• Hillary Mazer – The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife – Bowie Community Theatre
• Bette Williams– 33 Variations – Little Theatre of Alexandria
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Outstanding Hair Design in a Musical (5)
• Shemika Berry – The Wiz – Tantallon Community Players
• Eleanor Dicks – Ragtime – Kensington Arts Theatre
WINNER• Beverly Hill van Joolen – 1776 – Colonial Players of Annapolis
• Megan May – Seussical – Damascus Theatre Company
• Linda Swann – You Never Know – Prince George’s Little Theatre
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Outstanding Hair Design in a Play (6)
• Susan Boyd – Rumors – McLean Community Players
• Shirley Panek – In the Next Room, or The Vibrator Play – Colonial Players of Annapolis
• Maureen Roult – The Cover of Life – Bowie Community Theatre
WINNER• Rachel Royall – Life with Father – Aldersgate Church Community Theatre
• Maggie Skekel Sledge & the Nile Ladies – Murder on the Nile – Laurel Mill Playhouse
• Erin Wagner, Matthew Purpora, Maya Wilcox – The Lieutenant of Inishmore – Laurel Mill Playhouse
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Outstanding Special Effects (5)
• Chip Gertzog & Jimmy Gertzog – Little Shop of Horrors – Providence Players of Fairfax • Andrew Greenleaf & Lars Klores – The Pillowman – Silver Spring Stage
• Keith Linville & Greg Rumpf – The Who’s Tommy – Port Tobacco Players
WINNER• Joshua McKerrow, Kat McKerrow, Maya Wilcox – The Lieutenant of Inishmore – Laurel Mill Playhouse
• Jon Roberts – 33 Variations – Reston Community Players
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Nominations for outstanding performances by an actor or actress.
Outstanding cameo in a musical (5)
• David Hale as “Leaf/Margaret Mead” – Hair – Laurel Mill Playhouse
• Rikki Howie as “The Washing Machine” – Caroline, or Change – Elden Street Players
WINNER• Lydia Kivrak as “Grandma Tzeitel” – Fiddler on the Roof – Port Tobacco Players
• Kaelynn Miller as “Martha Jefferson” – 1776 – Colonial Players of Annapolis
• Jacob Traver as “The Fiddler” – Fiddler on the Roof – Port Tobacco Players
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Outstanding cameo in a play (5)
WINNER• Jeffrey Gangwisch as “James” – The Lieutenant of Inishmore – Laurel Mill Playhouse
• Marty Hayes as “Bill Lesley” – It Runs in the Family – 2nd Star Productions
• Mark A. Korol-Evans as “Master Spirit” – The Tempest – Rockville Little Theatre
• William D. Parker as “Greta” – Bent – Dominion Stage
• Stephen Smith as “Office Welch” – Rumors – McLean Community Players
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Outstanding featured actress in a musical (5)
• Allison Block as “Cassie” – A Chorus Line – Arlington Players
• Freida Enoch as “Fraulein Schneider” – Cabaret – Damascus Theatre Company
• Annie Ermlick as “Vicki Nickols” – The Full Monty – Little Theatre of Alexandria
• Stephanie Gaia Chu as “Christmas Eve” – Avenue Q – Little Theatre of Alexandria
WINNER• Eben K. Logan as “Sarah” – Ragtime – Kensington Arts Theatre
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Outstanding featured actor in a musical (5)
WINNER• Ryan Burke as “Dan” – Next to Normal – Kensington Arts Theatre
• Malcolm Lee as “Noah “Horse” T. Simmons” – The Full Monty – Little Theatre of Alexandria
• Matt Liptak as “Nicky et al” – Avenue Q – Little Theatre of Alexandria
• Keith Miller as “Ethan Girard” – The Full Monty – Little Theatre of Alexandria
• Stephen Yednock as “Herr Schultz” – Cabaret – St. Mark’s Players
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Outstanding featured actress in a play (6)
WINNER• Christina Enoch Kemmerer as “Player #1” – Shipwrecked – Colonial Players of Annapolis
• Shaina Higgins as “Lucygale Scruggs” – Shiloh Rules – Port City Playhouse
• Lisa Hill-Corley as “Clemma Diggins” – Proposals – Vienna Theatre Company
• Hillary Mazer as “Freida” – The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife – Bowie Community Theatre
• Gayle Nichols-Grimes as “Dr. Gertrude Laudenburger” – 33 Variations – Reston Community Players
• Jill Vohr as “Corin” – As You Like It – St. Mark’s Players
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Outstanding featured actor in a play (5) TIE
WINNER• Chris Daileader as “Michal” – The Pillowman – Silver Spring Stage
• Chuck Dluhy as “Lenny Ganz” – Rumors – McLean Community Players
• Henry LaGue as “The Third Man”– The Baltimore Waltz – Silver Spring Stage
WINNER• Robert Tucker as “Player #2 – Shipwrecked – Colonial Players of Annapolis
• Gene Valendo as “Dr. Hubert Bonny” – It Runs in the Family – 2nd Star Productions
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Outstanding lead actress in a musical (5)
• Laura Gepford as “Polly Baker” – Crazy for You – Rockville Musical Theatre
• Nicky McDonnell as “Diana” – Next to Normal – McLean Community Players
• Anya Randall Nebel as “Caroline – Caroline, or Change – Elden Street Players
• Elizabeth Yeats as “Violet Newstead” – 9 to 5: The Musical – Arlington Players
WINNER• Emily Zickler as “Diana” – Next to Normal – Kensington Arts Theatre
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Outstanding lead actor in a musical (5)
• Ian Brown-Gorrell as “Bobby Child” – Crazy for You – Rockville Musical Theatre
• Ray Flynt as “Benjamin Franklin” – 1776 – Colonial Players of Annapolis
• Zadoc-Lee Kekuewa as “Tin Man” – The Wiz – Tantallon Community Players
WINNER• Sayne-Kharyi Lewis as “Colehouse Walker” – Ragtime – Kensington Arts Theatre
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Outstanding lead actress in a play (8) TIE
WINNER• Karen Grim as “Sarah Schorr” – Trying – Colonial Players of Annapolis
• Leta Hall as “Diane” – The Little Dog Laughed – Silver Spring Stage
• Sarah Holt as “Dr. Katherine Brandt” – 33 Variations – Little Theatre of Alexandria
• Karen Lawrence as “Mrs. Cecilia Delaunay Pettison” – Shiloh Rules – Port City Playhouse
• Sara Joy Lebowitz as “Miranda” – Expecting Isabel – Silver Spring Stage
• Lilian Oben as “Ruella” – Communicating Doors – Colonial Players of Annapolis
WINNER• Mary-Anne Sullivan as “Dr. Katherine Brandt” – 33 Variations – Reston Community Players
• Pamela Woodward as “Poopay” – Communicating Doors – Colonial Players of Annapolis

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Outstanding lead actor in a play (5)
• Michael N. Dunlop as “Judge Francis Biddle” – Trying – Colonial Players of Annapolis
WINNER• Chad W. Fornwalt as “Katurian” – The Pillowman – Silver Spring Stage • Michael Kharfen as “Mark Rothko” – Red – Elden Street Players
• Fred Nelson as “Dr. David Mortimore”– It Runs in the Family – 2nd Star Productions
• Clayton Pelham, Jr. as “Franco Wicks”– Superior Donuts – Greenbelt Arts Center
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Nominations for outstanding achievement in overall production.

Outstanding Stage Combat Choreography (5)
WINNER• William T. Fleming – The Pillowman – Silver Spring Stage
• Andrew Keller – As You Like It – St. Mark’s Players
• Kyle McGruther – Superior Donuts – Greenbelt Arts Center
• Jared Shamberger – The Wiz – Tantallon Community Players
• Leland Shook – Macbeth – Castaways Repertory Theatre

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Outstanding Choreography (5)
• Taurean Maray Barber – The Wiz – Tantallon Community Players
• Duane Monahan – Crazy for You – Rockville Musical Theatre
WINNER• Darnell Morris & Eben K. Logan – Ragtime – Kensington Arts Theatre
• Ben Simpson – Fiddler on the Roof – Port Tobacco Players
• Stefan Sittig – A Chorus Line – Arlington Players

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Outstanding Music Direction (5)
WINNER• Mayumi B. Griffie – Ragtime – Kensington Arts Theatre
• Matt Jeffrey – 33 Variations – Little Theatre of Alexandria
• Paul Nasto – A Chorus Line – Arlington Players
• David Rohde – Next to Normal – McLean Community Players
• Christopher A. Tomasino – The Full Monty – Little Theatre of Alexandria

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Outstanding Direction of a Musical (6)
• Susan Devine – A Chorus Line – Arlington Players
WINNER• Evan Hoffmann – Caroline, or Change – Elden Street Players
• Darnell Morris – Ragtime – Kensington Arts Theatre
• Craig Pettinati – Next to Normal – Kensington Arts Theatre
• Frank D. Shutts II – The Full Monty – Little Theatre of Alexandria
• Christopher Guy Thorn – Avenue Q – Dominion Stage

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Outstanding Direction of a Play (5)
• Michelle Bruno – Communicating Doors – Colonial Players of Annapolis
• Darice Clewell – Trying – Colonial Players of Annapolis
WINNER• Gloria DuGan – Red – Elden Street Players
• Ron Giddings – Shipwrecked – Colonial Players of Annapolis
• Craig Allen Mummey – The Pillowman – Silver Spring Stage

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Outstanding Musical (5) • Avenue Q – Dominion Stage
• Avenue Q – Little Theatre of Alexandria
• Caroline, or Change – Elden Street Players
• A Chorus Line – Arlington Players
WINNER• Ragtime – Kensington Arts Theatre

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Outstanding Play (5)
• 33 Variations – Little Theatre of Alexandria
WINNER• Red – Elden Street Players
• Shipwrecked – Colonial Players of Annapolis
• The Pillowman – Silver Spring Stage
• Trying – Colonial Players of Annapolis

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Nominations sorted by theatre and show. Winners are in BOLD.


2nd STAR PRODUCTIONS (5)

Outstanding Costume Design in a Musical – Linda Swann – Camelot
Outstanding Light Design in a Musical – Garrett R. Hyde – Camelot
Outstanding Properties in a Musical – Joanne D. Wilson – Camelot
Outstanding Set Construction in a Musical – Bill Bagaria – Camelot
Outstanding Set Decoration in a Musical – Jane B. Wingard & Gail Bagaria – Camelot
Outstanding Set Design in a Musical – Jane B. Wingard – Camelot
Outstanding Set Painting in a Musical – Jane B. Wingard – Camelot
Outstanding Cameo in a Play – Marty Hayes as “Bill Lesley” – It Runs in the Family
Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play – Gene Valendo as “Dr. Hubert Bonney” – It Runs in the Family
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Play – Fred Nelson as “Dr. David Mortimore” – It Runs in the Family
Outstanding Properties in a Musical – Joanne D. Wilson – Little Shop of Horrors
Outstanding Set Design in a Musical – Jane B. Wingard – Little Shop of Horrors
Outstanding Set Painting in a Musical – Jane B. Wingard – Little Shop of Horrors

ALDERSGATE CHURCH COMMUNITY THEATRE (1)
Outstanding Costume Design in a Play – Georgia Harlow – Life with Father Outstanding Hair Design in a Play – Rachel Royall – Life with Father
Outstanding Light Design in a Play – Jeffery Scott Auerbach – Life with Father
Outstanding Set Construction in a Play – Stuart Travis, Bill Glikbarg, John Downing – Life with Father
Outstanding Set Decoration in a Play – Susan Driscoll Blount & Eddy Parker – Life with Father
Outstanding Set Design in a Play – Bill Glikbarg & John Downing – Life with Father
Outstanding Set Painting in a Play – Megan Coyle & Eddy Parker – Life with Father

ARLINGTON PLAYERS (0)
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Musical – Elizabeth Yeats as “Violet Newstead” – 9 to 5: The Musical
Outstanding Makeup Design in a Musical – Larissa Norris – 9 to 5: The Musical Outstanding Choreography – Stefan Sittig – A Chorus Line
Outstanding Direction of a Musical – Susan Devine – A Chorus Line
Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical – Allison Block as “Cassie” – A Chorus Line
Outstanding Music Direction – Paul Nasto – A Chorus Line
Outstanding Musical – A Chorus Line

BOWIE COMMUNITY THEATRE (0)
Outstanding Hair Design in a Play – Maureen Roult – The Cover of Life
Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play – Hillary Mazer as “Frieda” – The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife
Outstanding Makeup Design in a Play – Hillary Mazer – The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife

CASTAWAYS REPERTORY THEATRE (0)
Outstanding Stage Combat Choreography – Leland Shook – Macbeth

COLONIAL PLAYERS (4)
Outstanding Cameo in a Musical – Kaelynn Miller as “Martha Jefferson” – 1776 Outstanding Costume Design in a Musical – Andrea L. Elward – 1776
Outstanding Hair Design in a Musical – Beverly Hill van Joolen – 1776
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Musical – Ray Flynt as “Benjamin Franklin” – 1776
Outstanding Properties in a Musical – Lois Banscher – 1776
Outstanding Set Decoration in a Musical – Lois Banscher – 1776
Outstanding Sound Design in a Musical – Wes Bedsworth – 1776
Outstanding Direction of a Play – Michelle Bruno – Communicating Doors
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Play – Lilian Oben as “Ruella” – Communicating Doors
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Play – Pamela Woodward as “Poopay” – Communicating Doors
Outstanding Set Construction in a Play – Dick Whaley – Communicating Doors
Outstanding Costume Design in a Play – Julie Bays & Carol Youmans – In the Next Room, or The Vibrator Play
Outstanding Hair Design in a Play – Shirley Panek – In the Next Room, or The Vibrator Play
Outstanding Properties in a Play – Connie Robinson – In the Next Room, or The Vibrator Play
Outstanding Set Decoration in a Play – Edd Miller – In the Next Room, or The Vibrator Play
Outstanding Costume Design in a Play – Kaelynn Miller – Shipwrecked
Outstanding Direction of a Play – Ron Giddings – Shipwrecked
Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play – Robert Tucker as “Player #2” – Shipwrecked
Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play – Christina Enoch Kemmerer as “Player #1” – Shipwrecked

Outstanding Play – Shipwrecked
Outstanding Properties in a Play – JoAnn Gidos – Shipwrecked
Outstanding Direction of a Play – Darice Clewell – Trying
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Play – Michael N. Dunlop as “Judge Francis Biddle” – Trying
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Play – Karen Grim as “Sarah Schorr” – Trying
Outstanding Play – Trying

DAMASCUS THEATRE COMPANY (0)
Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical – Frieda Enoch as “Fraulein Schneider” – Cabaret
Outstanding Hair Design in a Musical – Megan May – Seussical
Outstanding Makeup Design in a Musical – Colleen Novosel – Seussical
Outstanding Set Painting in a Musical – Maria Littlefield – Seussical

DOMINION STAGE (3)
Outstanding Direction of a Musical – Christopher Guy Thorn – Avenue Q
Outstanding Musical – Avenue Q
Outstanding Properties in a Musical – Helen Bard-Sobola – Avenue Q
Outstanding Set Construction in a Musical – Hector Lorenzini – Avenue Q
Outstanding Set Decoration in a Musical – Ellen Erickson – Avenue Q
Outstanding Set Design in a Musical – Jared Davis – Avenue Q
Outstanding Set Painting in a Musical – Jared Davis – Avenue Q
Outstanding Sound Design in a Musical – Kevin DeMine – Avenue Q
Outstanding Cameo in a Play – William D. Parker as “Greta” – Bent

ELDEN STREET PLAYERS (5)
Outstanding Cameo in a Musical – Rikki Howie as “The Washing Machine” – Caroline, or Change
Outstanding Costume Design in a Musical – Kathy Dunlap – Caroline, or Change
Outstanding Direction of a Musical – Evan Hoffmann – Caroline, or Change
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Musical – Anya Randall Nebel as “Caroline” – Caroline, or Change
Outstanding Musical – Caroline, or Change
Outstanding Properties in a Musical – Theresa Nichols Bender – Caroline, or Change
Outstanding Direction of a Play – Gloria DuGan – Red
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Play – Michael Kharfen as “Mark Rothko” – Red
Outstanding Play – Red
Outstanding Properties in a Play – Susan d. Garvey – Red

Outstanding Set Decoration in a Play – Susan d. Garvey – Red
Outstanding Set Painting in a Play – Mary Speed & Brian Garrison – Red

FAUQUIER COMMUNITY THEATRE (0)
Outstanding Costume Design in a Play – Susan Noe – To Kill a Mockingbird

GREENBELT ARTS CENTER (0)
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Play – Clayton Pelham, Jr. as “Franco Wicks” – Superior Donuts
Outstanding Stage Combat Choreography – Kyle McGruther – Superior Donuts

KENSINGTON ARTS THEATRE (7)
Outstanding Direction of a Musical – Craig Pettinati – Next to Normal
Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical – Ryan Burke as “Dan” – Next to Normal
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Musical – Emily Zickler as “Diana” – Next to Normal
Outstanding Sound Design in a Musical – Kevin Garrett – Parade
Outstanding Choreography – Darnell Morris & Eben K. Logan – Ragtime
Outstanding Costume Design in a Musical – Eleanor Dicks – Ragtime
Outstanding Direction of a Musical – Darnell Morris – Ragtime
Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical – Eben K. Logan as “Sarah” – Ragtime
Outstanding Hair Design in a Musical – Eleanor Dicks
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Musical – Sayne-Kharyi Lewis as “Colehouse Walker” – Ragtime
Outstanding Makeup Design in a Musical – Eleanor Dicks – Ragtime
Outstanding Music Direction – Mayumi B. Griffie – Ragtime
Outstanding Musical – Ragtime

LAUREL MILL PLAYHOUSE (1)
Outstanding Cameo in a Musical – David Hale as “Leaf/Margaret Mead” – Hair Outstanding Hair Design in a Play – Maggie Skekel Sledge & the Nile Ladies – Murder on the Nile
Outstanding Cameo in a Play – Jeffrey Gangwisch as “James” – The Lieutenant of Inishmore
Outstanding Hair Design in a Play – Erin Wagner, Matthew Purpora, Maya Wilcox – The Lieutenant of Inishmore
Outstanding Special Effects – Joshua McKerrow, Kat McKerrow, Maya Wilcox – The Lieutenant of Inishmore

LITTLE THEATRE OF ALEXANDRIA (2)
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Play – Sarah Holt as “Dr. Katherine Brandt” – 33 Variations
Outstanding Light Design in a Play – Ken & Patti Crowley – 33 Variations
Outstanding Makeup Design in a Play – Bette Williams – 33 Variations
Outstanding Music Direction – Matt Jeffrey – 33 Variations
Outstanding Play – 33 Variations
Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical – Matt Liptak as “Nicky et al” – Avenue Q
Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical – Stephanie Gaia Chu as “Christmas Eve” – Avenue Q
Outstanding Light Design in a Musical – Ken & Patti Crowley – Avenue Q
Outstanding Musical – Avenue Q
Outstanding Set Construction in a Musical – Chris Feldmann & Dan Remmers – Avenue Q
Outstanding Sound Design in a Musical – David Correia & David Hale – Avenue Q
Outstanding Light Design in a Play – Ken & Patti Crowley – The 39 Steps
Outstanding Direction of a Musical – Frank D. Shutts II – The Full Monty
Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical – Malcolm Lee as “Noah “Horse” T. Simmons” – The Full Monty
Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical – Keith Miller as “Ethan Girard” – The Full Monty
Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical – Annie Ermlick as “Vicki Nickols” – The Full Monty
Outstanding Music Direction – Christopher A. Tomasino – The Full Monty
Outstanding Set Construction in a Play – John Downing & Bill Glikbarg – Twentieth Century
Outstanding Set Design in a Play – John Downing & Bill Glikbarg – Twentieth Century

MCLEAN COMMUNITY PLAYERS (o)
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Musical – Nicky McDonnell as “Diana” – Next to Normal
Outstanding Light Design in a Musical – Jeffery Scott Auerbach – Next to Normal
Outstanding Music Direction – David Rohde – Next to Normal
Outstanding Cameo in a Play – Stephen Smith as “Office Welch”-Rumors Outstanding Costume Design in a Play – Susan Boyd – Rumors
Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play – Chuck Dluhy as “Lenny Ganz” – Rumors Outstanding Hair Design in a Play – Susan Boyd – Rumors
Outstanding Makeup Design in a Play – Susan Boyd – Rumors
Outstanding Set Design in a Play – Skip Gresko – Rumors
Outstanding Set Painting in a Play – Cathy Farnsworth, George Farnsworth, Terry Yates – Rumor

PORT CITY PLAYHOUSE (1)
Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play – Shaina Higgins as “Lucygale Scruggs” – Shiloh Rules
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Play – Karen Lawrence as “Mrs. Cecilia Delaunay Pettison” – Shiloh Rules
Outstanding Sound Design in a Play – Sean Doyle – Shiloh Rules

PORT TOBACCO PLAYERS (3)
Outstanding Light Design in a Play – Tommy Scott – Brighton Beach Memoirs Outstanding Properties in a Play – Grenda Dennis – Brighton Beach Memoirs Outstanding Set Construction in a Play – Richard Gilpin & Zachary Ball – Brighton Beach Memoirs
Outstanding Set Decoration in a Play – Ronna Johnson – Brighton Beach Memoirs
Outstanding Set Design in a Play – Richard Gilpin – Brighton Beach Memoirs Outstanding Set Painting in a Play – Ronna Johnson & Jhonni Jones – Brighton Beach Memoirs
Outstanding Cameo in a Musical – Lydia Kivrak as “Grandma Tzeitel” – Fiddler on the Roof
Outstanding Cameo in a Musical – Jacob Traver as “The Fiddler” – Fiddler on the Roof
Outstanding Choreography – Ben Simpson – Fiddler on the Roof
Outstanding Light Design in a Musical – Tommy Scott – Fiddler on the Roof
Outstanding Set Construction in a Musical – Richard Gilpin – Fiddler on the Roof
Outstanding Set Decoration in a Musical – Kim M. Bessler & Grenda Dennis – Fiddler on the Roof
Outstanding Set Design in a Musical – Richard Gilpin – Fiddler on the Roof
Outstanding Set Painting in a Musical – Ronna Johnson, Jill Hanger, Betsy Stevens – Fiddler on the Roof
Outstanding Sound Design in a Musical-James D. Watson-The Who’s Tommy
Outstanding Special Effects-Keith Linville & Greg Rumpf – The Who’s Tommy
Outstanding Makeup Design in a Play – Kaitelyn Bauer – The Woman in Black
Outstanding Sound Design in a Play – Draper Carter – The Woman in Black

PRINCE GEORGE’S LITTLE THEATRE (0)
Outstanding Costume Design in a Musical – Linda Swann – You Never Know Outstanding Hair Design in a Musical – Linda Swann – You Never Know
Outstanding Light Design in a Musical – Garrett R. Hyde – You Never Know Outstanding Makeup Design in a Musical – Roy Hammond – You Never Know Outstanding Set Construction in a Musical – Dan Lavanga – You Never Know Outstanding Set Decoration in a Musical – Roy Hammond – You Never Know Outstanding Set Design in a Musical – Dan Lavanga – You Never Know
Outstanding Set Painting in a Musical – Roy Peterson – You Never Know

PROVIDENCE PLAYERS (1)
Outstanding Costume Design in a Play – Robbie Snow – Is He Dead?
Outstanding Properties in a Play – Andra Whitt – Is He Dead?
Outstanding Set Construction in a Play – Chip Gertzog, Mike Mattheisen, David Schwartz – Is He Dead?
Outstanding Set Decoration in a Play – Paul Hennesy & Mike Mattheisen – Is He Dead?
Outstanding Set Design in a Play – Raedun de Alba – Is He Dead?
Outstanding Set Painting in a Play – Paul Hennesy & Mike Mattheisen – Is He Dead?
Outstanding Special Effects – Chip Gertzog & Jimmy Gertzog – Little Shop of Horrors

RESTON COMMUNITY PLAYERS (1)
Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play – Gayle Nichols-Grimes as “Dr. Gertrude Laudenberger” – 33 Variations
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Play – Mary-Anne Sullivan as “Dr. Katherine Brandt” – 33 Variations
Outstanding Light Design in a Play – Franklin Coleman – 33 Variations Outstanding Sound Design in a Play – William Chrapcynski – 33 Variations
Outstanding Special Effects – Jon Roberts – 33 Variations

ROCKVILLE LITTLE THEATRE (1)
Outstanding Sound Design in a Play – Nick Sampson – The Nerd
Outstanding Cameo in a Play – Mark A. Korol-Evans as “Master Spirit” – The Tempest
Outstanding Costume Design in a Play – Mary Wakefield – The Tempest

ROCKVILLE MUSICAL THEATRE (0)
Outstanding Choreography – Duane Monahan – Crazy for You
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Musical – Ian Brown-Gorrell as “Bobby Child” – Crazy for You
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Musical – Laura Gepford as “Polly Baker” – Crazy for You

SILVER SPRING STAGE (4)
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Play – Sara Joy Lebowitz as “Miranda” – Expecting Isabel
Outstanding Sound Design in a Play – Jamie Coupar – Red Herring
Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play – Henry LaGue as “The Third Man” – The Baltimore Waltz
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Play – Leta Hall as “Diane” – The Little Dog Laughed
Outstanding Direction of a Play – Craig Allen Mummey – The Pillowman Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play – Chris Daileader as “Michal” – The Pillowman
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Play – Chad W. Fornwalt as “Katurian” – The Pillowman
Outstanding Makeup Design in a Play – Sally Cusenza – The Pillowman Outstanding Play – The Pillowman
Outstanding Special Effects – Andrew Greenleaf & Lars Klores – The Pillowman
Outstanding Stage Combat Choreography – William T. Fleming – The Pillowman

ST. MARK’S PLAYERS (0)
Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play – Jill Vohr as “Corin” – As You Like It
Outstanding Stage Combat Choreography-Andrew Keller – As You Like It Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical – Stephen Yednock as “Herr Schultz” – Cabaret
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Musical – David McMullin as “Emcee” – Cabaret

TANTALLON COMMUNITY THEATRE (1)
Outstanding Choreography – Taurean Maray Barber – The Wiz
Outstanding Hair Design in a Musical – Shemika Berry – The Wiz
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Musical – Zadoc-Lee Kekuewa as “Tin Man” – The Wiz
Outstanding Makeup Design in a Musical – Shemika Berry – The Wiz
Outstanding Stage Combat Choreography – Jared Shamberger – The Wiz

VIENNA THEATRE COMPANY (0)
Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play – Lisa Hill-Corley as “Clemma Diggins” – Proposals

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114 productions (42 musicals, 72 plays) were adjudicated in 2013. Thirty-three community theater companies participated in WATCH adjudication.

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