Watch The Announcement of 47 Categories as The Helen Hayes Award Nominations are Announced Tonight at 7:30 PM-A Look Back at Last Year’s Awards

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UPDATE: Here is the list of 2015 Helen Hayes Award Nominees.

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Live tonight from The National Theatre at 7:30 PM you can watch a  live webcast as theatreWashington unveils 47 categories of nominations for this year’s Helen Hayes Awards. Announcers includes 6 of DC theatre’s favorites: Christopher Henley (former Artistic Director of WSC Avant Bard) , Thembi Duncan (Producing Artistic Director of African Continuum Theatre Company), James Konicek (Actor), James Kronzer (Designer), JoJo Ruf (The Welders), and Kimberly Schraf (Actor).

This is the first time that the 2014 Awards Process will be effect, producing the 47 categories of nominations.

We will post the list of nominations when they become available -around 9 PM. 

Watch the nominations live here or below on YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XnjOcdReeIM

 Here’s a Look back at last year’s nominations and awards.

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 Tonight at 7:20 PM: The 2014 Helen Hayes Awards Nominations Will Be Announced & Looking Back at Last Year’s Nominations and Recipients.

Here are the 2014 Helen Hayes Awards Recipients.

Pointless Theatre Company To Be Awarded The John Aniello Award at Helen Hayes Awards on April 21st.

Interviews with the 2014 Helen Hayes Nominees: Part 1: David Gregory (Usnavi in ‘In the Heights’). 

 Interviews with the 2014 Helen Hayes Nominees: Part 2: Tobias Young (Piragua Man in ‘In the Heights’).

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