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Nominations For The Best of The NY Summefest

Nominations For The Best of The NY Summefest

The nominations for the Best of NY Summerfest 2017 were just released. The winners will be announced Tuesday night at an awards ceremony at the Hudson Guild Theatre.

And the nominee’s are:

Best Play or Musical

Let’s Dig Up Dad – by Cody Buser

My Other Job – by Cali Elizabeth Moore

Austin – by Clovis Kabongo
Scott Robbins And The Traveling Show – by Tyler Tafolla
Still Birth – by Robyne Parish and Coley Campany
Among The Furies – by David Scala
Social Studies – by Ryan Pifher and Jon Provan
Best Play or Musical – Short Category
Homage – by Nadia Asencio
The Trapped language of Love – by Ronan Colfer
Bystander – by Ed Levy and Eric Grunin
Most Creative Play or Musical
My Other Job –  by Cali Elizabeth Moore
Gynx –  by Alicen Grey
A Word Of Love – by Michael Gurevitch
Best Director
Rachel Tuggle Whorton – My Other Job
David Scala – Among the Furies
Ryan Pifher – Social Studies
Sara Rademacher – Caught Dreaming
Tomer Adorian – A Word of Love
Best Actress
Vicki Oceguera – My Stage Daddy
Amanda Brooke Lerner – Goodbye Stanger
Alex Beechko – Gynx
Ambe Williams – My Other Job
Claire Gunshert – Among The Furies
Best Actor
Todd Wall – GUTZ
Christopher Armond – My Other Job
John Robert Tillotson – Residual Effects
Justin Chevalier – The Last Séance
Thomas Leverton – My Swollen Feet
Best Singer
Sam Brady, Edie Crowley, Kelly Flatney and Ginger May – Social Studies by Ryan Pifher and Jon Provan
Korra O’Neill – Me Prometheus by Simon Riker and Emerson Sieverts
Katie Hutch – A Word Of Love by Michael Gurevitch
Best Music Score
Simon Riker and Emerson Sieverts – Me Prometheus by Simon Riker and Emerson Sieverts
Jon Provan – Social Studies by Ryan Pifher and Jon Provan
Tylor Tafolla – Scott Robbins And The Traveling Show – by Tyler Tafolla
Best Lighting Designer
Patrick Bakalli – A Word of Love by Michael Gurevitch
Zach Pizza – Social Studies by Ryan Pifher and Jon Provan
Darren Whorton – My Other Job by Cali Elizabeth Moore
Best Choreography
Allison Scott – Social Studies by Ryan Pifher and Jon Provan
Rachel Tuggle Whorton – My Other Job by Cali Moore
Megan Burns – A Word Of Love by Michael Gurevitch
Best Set Designer
Andrew McCourt – Among The Furies by David Scala
Brigette Estola  – Up Above & All Around by Brigette Estola
Yu-ting Lin – Caught Dreaming by Ryan Dancho.
Best Stage Manager
Lindsey Michelle Gradwohl  – These Things Happen – by Natalie Bates
Rebecca Werner – Anderson Lena And The Things That Don’t Matter – by Ayden Skye
Tony Lepore – The Primitive Streak by Hunter Roger
Adam Carpenter – A Word Of Love by Michael Gurevitch
Stephanie Hollander – The Last Seance by Jennifer Berman

 

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Suzanna, co-owns and publishes the newspaper Times Square Chronicles or T2C. At one point a working actress, she has performed in numerous productions in film, TV, cabaret and theatre. She has performed at The New Orleans Jazz festival, The United Nations and Carnegie Hall. Currently she has a screenplay in the works, which she developed with her mentor and friend the late Arthur Herzog. She was the Broadway Informer on the all access cable TV Show “The New Yorkers,” soon to be “The Tourist Channel.” email: suzanna@t2conline.com

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