|Thom Allison! The Host!|
Some ladies just know how to dress up!
Juror Siobhan Richardson (l) and Ida Jagaric
CharPo's divine Jasmine Chen with date David Yee from the
production Golden Dragon (nominated for outstanding production, general theatre)
The crowd at cocktails.
(Hey! Guy in a hat! Our camera likes you!)
Bethany Kovarik from Seussical the Musical, there to support
The lovely Claire Calnan (with CharPo's lovely Beat Rice, r), nominated for Outstanding Performance in a Featured Role/Ensemble (ind theatre div) for A Fool's Life
David DeGrow, nominated for outstanding lighting design (Ind Theatre Div) for The Double
George Masswohl, nominated for Outstanding Performance
by a male (Musical Theatre Div) for Seussical the Musical
Gideon Arthurs (l), Linda Barnett, Ian Hawkins, Erin Shields. He is about to have his last season at the Toronto
Fringe before moving on to manage Tarragon!
Whoa! They're off to something special!
Nicole Underhay and Ashlie Corcoran. Ms Underhay was nominated for
outstanding performance by a female in a principal role (gen div) for
The Small Room at the Top of The Stairs. We called Ms Underhay's performance "seamless".
Ms. Corcoran for outstanding direction
for The Ugly One (her production went on to win best work in the
gen theatre div)
Sharron Matthews, married to the above-pictured Mr. Masswohl -
she was also in Seussical herself and is on Canada Sings
Heather Ervin (r) with Jenn Sartor, Associate Producer Theatre Passe Muraille. Ms Ervin does marketing and publicity
for the Toronto Fringe
The dashing Victor Dolhai (with Beat). Mr Dolhia is now on stage in Much Ado
Let's not forget the Doras are also about dance!
The appropriately named Linnea Swan (with Beat). Ms Swann
was nominated for outstanding performance in Four Mad Humours.
Now on to the show!
The beloved Arlene Duncan accepts for outstanding performance
by a female in a musical for the beloved Caroline, Or Change.
We called Ms Duncan's performance "earth-shattering"
Pamela Mala Sinha accepts for outstanding new play
for Crash. Of Ms Sinha's performance we wrote, "...Crash is a play that doesn’t need too many fancy things, because it is Pamela Sinha’s storytelling that holds the show together."
The team from War Horse accepts for best choreography. We called the show, "Stunning, emotional and amazing."
Choreographer Christopher House accepts the
Silver Ticket Award for outstanding contribution
Thom Allison closes things up...in style!