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The Musical The Eleventh Hour Big Winner at The NYWinterfest

The Musical The Eleventh Hour Big Winner at The NYWinterfest

The Eleventh Hour

After a season of over 81 plays and musical showcasing their work from January 2nd to March 11th the NY Winterfest announced their nominees and winners. The musical The Eleventh Hour by Dave Seamon, was the big winner, winning 7 awards. The show was about the end of the world in New Jersey. A burnout basement band rocker and his ex, a rising star astrophysicist, may have the key to surviving the black hole bearing down on the planet. If their worlds can collide one last time, they just may save their music, each other, and the mole people who live beneath the upper crust, worshipping our every step.

BEST PLAY OR MUSICAL WINNER: The Eleventh Hour

NOMINEES

Sand In Memphis Glass, or The Grace of a Good Woman by Brandon Thomas Sabatino

Metal Hearts by DaMond Taylor

The Eleventh Hour Book, Music and Lyrics by Dave Seamon

Family Dynamic by Irwin Nayman

The last Will & Testament of Theodore Vaughn by Emily Simon

Mike &Mindy’s Crazy Karaoke Party by Mark Corallo

BEST SHORT: What I Left Behind

NOMINEES

The Fitting by Dave Stishan

What I Left Behind by Anthony Piccione

Any Other Day by Danielle Ferrier

BEST DIRECTOR: Annie Rutherford Lutz From the Musical = The Eleventh Hour

NOMINEES

Annie Rutherford Lutz From the Musical = The Eleventh Hour

DaMond Taylor: From the Play = Metal Hearts

Debra Whitfield: From the Musical = Intruder

Eileen Nelson: From the musical =Mike & Mindy’s Crazy Karaoke Party – by Mark Corallo

BEST ACTRESS was  a Tie: Ashley Kate Adams  from the play = Love  and Trina Tjersland from the play = Family Dynamic

NOMINEES

Ashley Kate Adams from the play = Love

Liane Pippin from the play = Sand In a Memphis Glass

Wynne Anders from the play = Relatively Conscious

Samantha Simone from the play = The Hound, The Hare and The Hallway

Trina Tjersland from the play = Family Dynamic

BEST ACTOR also a Tie: Jared Canfield  from the play – The Trial of Faith  and Max Brand rom the play = Last Will & Testament of Theodore Vaughn

NOMINEES

Robert Newman from the Musical = Intruder

Tye Roberson from the Play = Men Of God

Jared Canfield from the play – The Trial of Faith

Andy Dispensa from the play = The Hound, The Hare and The Hallway

Max Brand from the play = Last Will & Testament of Theodore Vaughn

BEST SINGER: Tam Garcia from the Musical = The Eleventh Hour

NOMINEES

Zoe Johnson Michelle from the musical = Intruder

Tam Garcia- Kara Willow and Heather Holmes from the Musical = The Eleventh Hour

Miryam Magri from the play = Cheap Hugs

Andrew Wannigman from the musical = Falling Out by Josee Weigand

BEST MUSIC SCORE Dave Seamon from the musical = The Eleventh Hour

NOMINEES

Dave Seamon from the musical = The Eleventh Hour

Josee Weigand from the musical = Falling Out

William Ogmundson from the Musical = Kindness & Cruelty: Willa Cather In Jaffrey

BEST CREATIVE PLAY OR MUSICAL: The Eleventh Hour

BEST LIGHTING DESIGN: Joe Braccino from the musical = The Eleventh Hour

BEST SET DESIGNER: Shelby Loera from the play =The Hound, The Hare and The Hallway

BEST CHOREOGRAPHY: Annie Rutherford Lutz from the Musical = The Eleventh Hour

BEST STAGE MANAGER another Tie: Emily Ann Banks from the play = Cold Porridge and  Shelly Lynne Holcomb from the play – The Jackpot

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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, opera and theatre. She has performed at The New Orleans Jazz festival, The United Nations and Carnegie Hall. She has a screenplay and a TV show in the works, which she developed with her mentor and friend the late Arthur Herzog. She is a proud member of the Drama Desk and the Outer Critics Circle and was a nominator. Email: suzanna@t2conline.com

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