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Old favorites are the big winners at Stage West Community Playhouse HAMI Awards

SPRING HILL — It was a tight race at Stage West Community Playhouse's annual HAMI Awards on Saturday night at the Palace Grand.

The community theater organization brought back favorite shows from the past during its 2010-11 30th anniversary season.

While Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat won favorite show (plus two other awards) on the Main Stage and Move Over Mrs. Markham won favorite on the Forum Stage, Move Over and Funny Girl each won a total of six awards. Joseph also won for favorite director (Leanne Germann and Wayne Raymond) and choreographer (Jeanine Martin).

Move Over Mrs. Markham also won for costume design, both male lead and featured male (Ryan Rogers and Patrick Moran) and stage design and favorite director (first-time director Mitchell Gonzalez).

Other winners included One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (five), Lost in Yonkers (four), Arsenic and Old Lace (two) and Man of La Mancha (two).

The only show that did not receive an award, the mystery Being of Sound Mind, was also the season's only new offering.

County Commissioner John Druzbick presented a resolution from the County Commission congratulating the theater on its 30th anniversary

Here are the HAMI winners:

Favorite show Main Stage: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Favorite show Forum: Move Over Mrs. Markham

Favorite show Special: Charlotte's Web

Favorite director Main Stage: Leanne Germann and Wayne Raymond, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Favorite director Forum: Mitchell Gonzalez, Move Over Mrs. Markham

Main Stage

Lead male: Jay Ingle, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

Lead female: Jeanine Martin, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

Featured male: Gary Depp, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

Featured female: Misty Hornsby, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

Support male: (tie) Keith Meccia, Arsenic and Old Lace, and Paul Wade, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

Support female: Lilly Marwood, Arsenic and Old Lace

Lead male musical: Bill Myers, Man of La Mancha

Lead female musical: Ashley Ducale, Funny Girl

Featured male musical: Jim Hansen, Funny Girl

Featured female musical: Linda Campo, Funny Girl

Support male musical: Brian Moran, Funny Girl

Support female musical: Lynda Dilts-Benson, Funny Girl

Set design: Todd Everest, Man of La Mancha

Costume design: Eileen Bernard, Funny Girl

Forum Stage

Lead male: Ryan Rogers, Move Over Mrs. Markham

Lead female: Victoria Primosch, Lost in Yonkers

Featured male: Patrick Moran, Move Over Mrs. Markham

Featured female: Sheryl Depp, Lost in Yonkers

Support male: Sam Petricone, Lost in Yonkers

Support female: Molly Lutz, Lost in Yonkers

Set design: Jay Ingle and Lynda Dilts-Benson, Move Over Mrs. Markham

Costume design: Beverly O'Looney, Move Over Mrs. Markham

Other awards

Stage West Founders Appreciation Award: Lillian Falcone

Female Rising Star Youth Award: Holly Frendberg

Male Rising Star Youth Award: Michael Anderson

Choreographer: Jeanine Martin, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

Old favorites are the big winners at Stage West Community Playhouse HAMI Awards 08/02/11 [Last modified: Tuesday, August 2, 2011 7:25pm]
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