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NY SummerFest Nominations for The Best of The Best.

NY SummerFest Nominations for The Best of The Best.

There were 120 plays and 22 musicals in this year’s NY SummerFest. This is the only festival is that awards cash prizes to the winners Most Creative Play, Best Stage Manager, Best Set Designer, Lighting Designer and Choreographer all win a prize of $200.00 each. They are chosen and not nominated. The rest of the prizes honor the nominees. This year’s nominees are:

Best Play or Musical $3,500
LOYALTY – by Rob Ackerman
IMMIGRANT SON – by Paolo Gregorio Pillitteri
WHAT WE ARE– by Oliver Lehne
BROKEN DOLLS – by Lorisse Alicia Bentine’
LET THERE BE LIGHT – by Brianna Barnes
REP – by Thalia Sablon
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Best Play or Musical – Short Category $300
RUN-ON SENTENCE – by Cathy Tempelsman
TRUST  – by Christopher Xavier Morris
CONFESSION OF A NIGGAH IN DISTRESS
by Ramon Guszman
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Best Director $500.00
KATIE YOUNG – LOYALTY
JOE LANGWORTH – SUICIDAL LIFE COACH
ALLISON FLOM – WHAT YOU’VE DONE
MOLLY CLANCY –  LOVELY DAMAGED QUALITY
DEBY XIADANI – LEURANA
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Best Actress $500.00
CALI GILMAN –  FIVE WOMEN
SAM MOYER –  SISTER PIRATE SISTER
STEPHANIE ORTA-VAZQUEZ – WHAT YOU’VE DONE
NAOMI ANDEBRHAN – BROKEN DOLLS
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Best Actor $500.00
JONATHAN DURAN –  MURDER ON STREET
GIOVANNI DELEO – MURDER ON STREET
NICK SALAMONE– LOYALTY
LOU SUMRALL –  LOYALTY
TERRELL SCHUYLER – CONFESSION OF A NIGGAH IN DISTRESS
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Best Singer $500.00
EDIE CROWLEY –  CROKS
CHELSEA BEST –  COULD HAVE BEEN
TOMMY MCDOWELL –  LET THERE BE LIGHT
LOU STEELE – LET THERE BE LIGHT
BRIANNA BARNES–  LET THERE BE LIGHT
MICHAEL LLORET –  COULD HAVE BEEN
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Best Music Score $300
BRIANNA BERNES from the musical LET THERE BE LIGHT
PAOLO PILLITTERI from the musical IMMIGRANT SON
Right now the NY Winterfest is accepting new plays and musicals to their festival that runs from January until March.

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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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