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Publication: American Theatre
Date published: January 1, 2011

* Theatre Puget Sound, the trade and service organization for theatres in and around Seattle, hosted the second annual Gregory Awards in October. The winner of the Gregory A. Falls Sustained Achievement Award was M. Burke Walker, founding director of the recently departed Empty Space Theatre. Outstanding actors were Hans Altwies and Marya Sea Kaminski, and outstanding designers were Andrea Bryn Bush, RJTancioco, Melanie Burgess and Andrew D. Smith. Sheila Daniels was recognized for her direction, and Steven Dietz got plaudits for his playwriting. The top production was The Cider House Rules, Part One, at Book- It Repertory Theatre, and ACT was named "Theatre of the Year."

* Among the most honored productions at the Jeff Equity Awards in Chicago were Kristoffer Diaz's The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity, which premiered at Victory Gardens Theater; Ragtime at Drury Lane Productions; The Brother/Sister Plays at Steppenwolf Theatre Company; The Farnsworth Invention at TimeLine Theatre Company; and Oh Coward! at Writers' Theatre.

* Each year, United States Artists hands out 50 fellowships of $50,000 each in eight disciplines. The 2010 theatre fellows are designer Julie Archer; Pig Iron Theatre Company's Gabriel Quinn Bauricdel, Dan Rothenberg and Dito van Reigersberg; playwrights Carlyle Brown, Quiara Alegría Hudes and Rajiv Joseph; writer/ director/performer Danny Hoch; and Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble's Gerard Stropnicky.

* The STAGE (Scientists, Technologists and Artists Generating Exploration) International Script Competition for the best new play about science and technology announced its fourth winner - The Altruists, by British playwright Craig Baxter. Finalist playwrights were Tim Bauer, David Caudle, Michael Mackenzie and Sharr White.

* The Casting Society of America handed out its 26th annual bicoastal Artios Awards in November, including career achievement awards for playwright Tony Kushner, producer Marcy Carsey and casting director Ellen Chenoweth. Honored L.A. casting directors included Margery Simkin and Michael Donovan, and NYC winners were Jim Carnahan, Carrie Gardner, Cindy Tolan, Alaine Alldaffer and Judy Henderson. James Calieri and Erika Selliti received special regional notice.

* In New York, the inaugural Clive Barnes Awards, named in memory of the recently departed critic and aimed at celebrating young artists, were presented to actor Nina Arianda and dancer Chase Finlay.

* New York's Montblanc Writers Project winnner, Elizabeth Cruz Cortes, had her 10-minute play We Don't Have to Talk About That performed by a celebrity cast in November at an Urban Arts Partnership benefit.

* The Washington Area Performing Arts Video Archive (WAPAVA) presented its sixth Richard Bauer Award to the artistic director of Shakespeare Theatre Company, Michael Kahn. The award recognizes members of the D.C. theatre community whose work appears in WAPAVA's collection.

* Several organizations awarded residencies to scribes this fall: First Draft of Arlington, Va., named its first playwright-in-residence, Richard Washer. In Chicago, Goodman Theatre launched its new Playwrights' Unit seasonlong residency and selected Seth Bockley, Lisa Dillman, Laura Jacqmin and Roh ina Malik. In Boston, the Huntington Theatre Company welcomed the next two-year class of Huntington Playwriting Fellows: Rosanna Yamagiwa Alfaro, Miranda Craigwell, Lawrence Goodman and Masha Obolensky.

* Writer/performer Daniel Beaty (Through the Night) received the Voice of Change Award from the first-ever Summit on Children of Incarcerated Parents. Beaty also won the 2010 AUDELCO Recognition Award for Outstanding Solo Performance. Other big winners at the November AUDELCO ceremony honoring excellence in black theatre included a play about HIV/ AIDS, What Would Jesus Do? written and directed by Yvette Heyliger at Brooklyn's Billie Holiday Theatre, and the musical Längsten in Harlem at Urban Stages.

* Seattle Pacific University has named Taproot Theatre Company cofounders Scott and Pam Nolte its 201 1 alumni of the year.

sented its sixth Richard Bauer Award to the artistic director of Shakespeare Theatre Company, Michael Kahn. The award recognizes members of the D.C. theatre community whose work appears in WAPAVA's collection.

* Several organizations awarded residencies to scribes this fall: First Draft of Arlington, Va., named its first playwright-in-residence, Richard Washer. In Chicago, Goodman Theatre launched its new Playwrights' Unit seasonlong residency and selected Seth Bockley, Lisa Dillman, Laura Jacqmin and Roh ina Malik. In Boston, the Huntington Theatre Company welcomed the next two-year class of Huntington Playwriting Fellows: Rosanna Yamagiwa Alfaro, Miranda Craigwell, Lawrence Goodman and Masha Obolensky.

* Writer/performer Daniel Beaty (Through the Night) received the Voice of Change Award from the first-ever Summit on Children of Incarcerated Parents. Beaty also won the 2010 AUDELCO Recognition Award for Outstanding Solo Performance. Other big winners at the November AUDELCO ceremony honoring excellence in black theatre included a play about HIV/ AIDS, What Would Jesus Do? written and directed by Yvette Heyliger at Brooklyn's Billie Holiday Theatre, and the musical Längsten in Harlem at Urban Stages.

* Seattle Pacific University has named Taproot Theatre Company cofounders Scott and Pam Nolte its 201 1 alumni of the year.

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