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Theatre Tampa Bay honors 2019-2020 season

Bill DeYoung

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From right, Dee Selmore, Camille Upshaw and Rasell Holt in American Stage's "Skeleton Crew," which received seven Theatre Tampa Bay awards. Photo: Beth Reynolds

Theatre Tampa Bay, the support organization for professional theater in the region, virtually handed out its awards for the 2019-2020 season Sunday night.

Even though it was a truncated season, cut sadly short by the realities of Covid, there were plenty of top-notch shows, and performances, to go around.

The event took place using the software program Lunchpool.

And the winners are:

 

Outstanding Director of a Musical

Adam Cioffari, The Merry Widow (St. Petersburg Opera Company)

 

Outstanding Director of a Play

L. Peter Callender, Skeleton Crew (American Stage)

 

Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble

Skeleton Crew (American Stage)

 

Outstanding Performance by a Featured Actor in a Play

Vi Tran, Vietgone (American Stage)

 

Outstanding Performance by a Featured Actress in a Play

Karla Hartley, Morningside (Stageworks)

 

Outstanding Performance by a Lead Actor in a Play

Rasell Holt, Skeleton Crew (American Stage)

 

Outstanding Performer in a Musical

Kelli Butler, The Merry Widow (St. Petersburg Opera Company)

 

Outstanding Performance by a Lead Actress in a Play

Dee Selmore, Skeleton Crew (American Stage)

 

Outstanding Lighting Design (budget $500,000 and above)

Lynne Chase, Silent Sky (American Stage)

 

Outstanding Lighting Design (budget below $500,000)

Jo Averill-Snell, Meteor Shower (Jobsite)

 

Outstanding Production of a Play ($500,000 and above)

Skeleton Crew (American Stage)

 

Outstanding Production of a Musical

The Merry Widow (St. Petersburg Opera Company)

 

Outstanding Choreography/Fight Direction

Katrina Stevenson, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Jobsite)

 

Outstanding Costume Design ($500,000 and above)

Jill Castle, Skeleton Crew (American Stage)

 

Outstanding Costume Design (Below $500,000)

Katrina Stevenson, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Jobsite)

 

Outstanding Music Direction

Mark Sforzini, The Merry Widow (St. Petersburg Opera Company)

 

Outstanding Set Design ($500,000 and above)

Steven K. Mitchell, Silent Sky (American Stage)

 

Outstanding Set Design (Below $500,000)

Scott Cooper, Morningside (Stageworks)

 

Outstanding Sound Design (Below $500,000)

Jeremy Douglass, Meteor Shower (Jobsite)

 

Outstanding Sound Design ($500,000 and above)

Rachel Harrison, Skeleton Crew (American Stage)

 

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