Here Are the 2014 WATCH Awards Winners

Here Are the 2014 WATCH AWARDS WINNERS

In the Order As They Were Announced 

Outstanding Choreography (5)

Nick Carter – The Addams Family – Kensington Arts Theatre
Ivan Davilla – Ragtime – Little Theatre of Alexandria
Grace Machanic – Monty Python’s Spamalot – Little Theatre of Alexandria
Valerie Mikles – The Music Man – Rockville Musical Theatre
John K. Monnett – The Wedding Singer – Arlington Players

Outstanding Set Construction in a Musical (7)

  • Bill Bagaria, Joanne D. Wilson, Marty Hayes – Hello, Dolly! – 2nd Star Productions
  • Lawrence Gresko – Xanadu – Reston Community Players
  • Jim Korte & Bill Rippey – My Fair Lady – Damascus Theatre Company
  • Ryan Mudd – Annie – Port Tobacco Players
  • Ryan Mudd – Godspell – Port Tobacco Players
  • Greg Steele – Les Miserables – Reston Community Players
  • Bill Wisniewski – The Most Happy Fella – Arlington Players

Outstanding Set Construction in a Play (5)

  • John Coscia – Rumors – Providence Players of Fairfax
  • John Downing & Bill Glikbarg – Boeing Boeing – Little Theatre of Alexandria
  • Andrew S. Greenleaf – Other Desert Cities – Silver Spring Stage
  • Jeff Merritt & John Merritt – Death by Chocolate – Port Tobacco Players
  • Dan Remmers – Proof – Little Theatre of Alexandria

Outstanding featured actor in a musical (6)

Outstanding Hair Design in a Musical (5)

Outstanding Hair Design in a Play (6)

Outstanding cameo in a play (5)

Outstanding cameo in a musical (5)

  • Quinn McCord as “Cicco/Postman” – The Most Happy Fella – Arlington Players
  • Tim Sayles as “Rudolph” – Hello, Dolly! – 2nd Star Productions
  • Benjamin Simpson as “Mookie” – The Wedding Singer – Port Tobacco Players
  • Chad Wheeler as “Teen Angel” – Grease – Rockville Musical Theatre
  • Amy Winger as “Cha-Cha DeGregorio” – Grease Rockville Musical Theatre

Outstanding Makeup Design in a Musical (5)

Outstanding Makeup Design in a Play (5)

Outstanding featured actress in a play (5)

  • Maya Brettell as “Christina” – Black Hole – Port City Playhouse
  • Terresita Edwards as “Madame Arcati” – Blithe Spirit – Prince William Little Theatre
  • Elizabeth Keith as “Claire” – Proof – Little Theatre of Alexandria
  • Rebecca Lenehan as “Bev” – Clybourne Park – Arlington Players
  • Marianne Meyers as “Jean” – Good People – Silver Spring Stage

Outstanding Special Effects (5)

Outstanding Properties in a Play

Outstanding Properties in a Musical (5)

Outstanding featured actor in a play (6)

  • Derek Bradley as “Karl” – Clybourne Park – Arlington Players
  • Derek Bradley as “Steve” – Clybourne Park – Arlington Players
  • William Cassidy as “Max Tarasov” – Superior Donuts – Silver Spring Stage
  • Bill Hurlbut as “Big Daddy” – Cat on a Hot Tin Roof – Rockville Little Theatre
  • Bill Hurlbut as “Lyman Wyeth” – Other Desert Cities – Silver Spring Stage
  • Don Myers as “Lenny Ganz” – Rumors – Providence Players of Fairfax

Outstanding Set Painting in a Musical (5)

Outstanding Set Painting in a Play (6)

Outstanding Stage Combat Choreography (5)

Outstanding Set Decoration and Set Dressing in a Musical (5)

  • Angie Anderson –  The Most Happy Fella – Arlington Players
  • Nancy Eynon Lark & Maria Littlefield – My Fair Lady – Damascus Theatre Company
  • Terri Fortney Beinert et al – Godspell – Port Tobacco Players
  • Malca Giblin, Craig Pettinati, John Nunemaker – The Addams Family – Kensington Arts Theatre
  • Jane B. Wingard & Gail Bagaria – Hello, Dolly! – 2nd Star Productions

Outstanding Set Decoration and Set Dressing in a Play (5)

Outstanding Sound Design in a Musical (6)

Outstanding Sound Design in a Play (5)

Outstanding featured actress in a musical (5)

  • Theresa Danskey as “Cleo” – The Most Happy Fella – Arlington Players
  • Shaina Freeman as “Betty Rizzo” – Grease Rockville Musical Theatre
  • Ashlie-Amber Harris as “The Lady of the Lake” – Monty Python’s Spamalot – Little Theatre of Alexandria
  • Camryn Shegogue as “Wednesday Addams” – The Addams Family – Kensington Arts Theatre
  • Pam Shilling as “Irene Molloy” – Hello, Dolly! – 2nd Star Productions

Outstanding Music Direction (5)

Outstanding lead actor in a musical (5)

Outstanding Lighting Design in a Musical (6)

Outstanding Lighting Design in a Play (5)

Outstanding lead actress in a musical (5)

  • Annabelle Lowe as “Marian Paroo” – The Music Man – Port Tobacco Players
  • Nori Morton as “Dolly Levi” – Hello, Dolly! – 2nd Star Productions
  • Caelyn Sommerville as “Eve/Mama Noah” – Children of Eden – 2nd Star Productions
  • Leslie Walbert as “Sandy Dumbrowski” – Grease Rockville Musical Theatre
  • Heather Whitney as “Rosabella” – The Most Happy Fella – Arlington Players

Outstanding lead actress in a play (5)

  • Anna Fagan as “Catherine” – Proof – Little Theatre of Alexandria
  • Roxanne Fournier Stone as “Margaret” – Good People – Silver Spring Stage
  • Lolita-Marie as “Angel Allen” – Blues for an Alabama Sky – Port City Playhouse
  • Nicky McConnell as “Jane” – Black Hole – Port City Playhouse
  • Alyssa Sanders as “Veronica” – God of Carnage – Silver Spring Stage

Outstanding Costume Design in a Musical (5)

Outstanding Costume Design in a Play (5)

Outstanding lead actor in a play (5)

  • Terry Averill as “Arthur Przybyszewki” – Superior Donuts – Colonial Players of Annapolis
  • Patrick M. Doneghy as “Robert” – Boeing Boeing – Little Theatre of Alexandria
  • Kyle Keene as “Lennie” – Of Mice and Men – Providence Players of Fairfax
  • Darius McCall as “Franco Wicks” – Superior Donuts – Colonial Players of Annapolis
  • Nick Torres as “Arthur Przybyszwki” – Superior Donuts – Silver Spring Stage

Outstanding Set Design in a Musical (5)

Outstanding Set Design in a Play (6)

  • John Coscia – Of Mice and Men – Providence Players of Fairfax
  • John Coscia – Rumors – Providence Players of Fairfax
  • John Downing & Bill Glikbarg – Boeing Boeing – Little Theatre of Alexandria
  • Andrew S. Greenleaf – Other Desert Cities – Silver Spring Stage
  • Jeff Merritt & John Merritt – Death by Chocolate – Port Tobacco Players
  • Dan Remmers – Proof – Little Theatre of Alexandria

Outstanding Direction of a Musical (5)

Outstanding Direction of a Play (5)

  • John Coscia – Of Mice and Men – Providence Players of Fairfax
  • Susan Devine – Proof – Little Theatre of Alexandria
  • Edd Miller – Coyote on a Fence – Colonial Players of Annapolis
  • Bridget Muehlberger – Other Desert Cities – Silver Spring Stage
  • Liz Mykietyn – Rumors – Providence Players of Fairfax

Outstanding Musical (5)

  • The Addams Family – Kensington Arts Theatre. Produced by Malca Giblin, Stage managed by John Nunemaker
  • Children of Eden – 2nd Star Productions. Produced by Jane B. Wingard, Stage managed by Joanne D. Wilson
  • Hello, Dolly! – 2nd Star Productions. Produced by Jane B. Wingard, Stage managed by Joanne D. Wilson
  • Monty Python’s Spamalot – Little Theatre of Alexandria. Produced by Rachel Alberts, Bobbie Herbst and Russell Wyland, Stage managed by Christine Farrell and Joan A.S. Lada
  • The Most Happy Fella – Arlington Players. Produced by Janet Bordeaux, Stage managed by Terri Carnahan

Outstanding Play (5)

  • A Few Good Men – Colonial Players of Annapolis. Produced by Beth Terranova, Stage managed by Ernie Morton
  • Of Mice and Men – Providence Players of Fairfax. Produced by Jimmy Gertzog, Stage managed by Mike Mattheisen
  • Other Desert Cities – Silver Spring Stage. Produced by Seth Ghitelman, Stage managed by Alika Codispoti
  • Proof – Little Theatre of Alexandria. Produced by Lynn O’Connell and Kevin O’Dowd, Stage managed by Mary Beth Smith-Toomey and Kira Hogan.
  • Rumors – Providence Players of Fairfax. Produced by Chip Gertzog, Stage managed by April Bridgeman
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