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WinterFest 2019 Nominess

WinterFest 2019 Nominess

Where do you go if you are a young playwright and want to have your play produced? The answer is the NY WinterFest and NY Summerfest’s. This year at the Winterfest Robert Williams gave 56 plays, 8 musicals, 37 shorts, 300 actors, 305 actresses and 111 directors, a chance to perform, be seen and reviewed. The festival ran from January to March with 101 productions making it to the stage. Each brought their own unique story, perspective, designs that inspired and captivated their audiences. Each was required to enlist the bravery and inventiveness of live theatre that didn’t rely on special effects, Hollywood stars or huge budgets.

The 2019 WinterFest has come to an end. Here are the nominees for the Best of the Fest.

Best Play or Musical winner takes home $3000

The Movement by Kathy D. Harrison

B.F.F by Zoe Nelm

Reflections Off The Water By Jordan Louis Fisher

The Silencer by Howard Zuckerman

Aftershocks by Rori Nogee

Alien VS. Musical Book, Music and Lyrics by Erik Przytulskuy

Best Short Play or Musical

A Mist Upon The Window by Nick Rafello

Fast Ugly and Fucked Up by Daniel Rylee Bush

Recipe For A Witch Hunt by Covi Loveridge Brannan

Best Director winner takes home $500

Mary Linehan From the Play -30-

Kathy D. Harrison From the Musical The Movement

John Lant From the Play B.F.F

Sarah Macdonnell From the Play Silencer

Tyler Spicer From the Musical Alien VS. Musical

Best Actress winner takes home $500

Brianna Gagne From the play – Sis Amiss

Maxine Muster From the play – An Evening With Eva -Waiting for Adolf

Nadine Reumer From the play – Recipe For A Witch Hunt

Lily Lewinter From the play – Recipe For A Witch Hunt

Covi Loveridge From the play – Recipe For A Witch Hunt

Katherine Argo From the play – A Mist Upon The Window

Best Actorwinner takes home $500

Michael Donovan From the Play – Ice Water

Benjamin David Knight From the Play – Archive 

Jackson Stewart From the play – Milkweed

John Carhart From the play – A Mist Upon The Window

Patrick Hamilton From the play – Nursery Rhymes

Roderick Garr From the play – The Withering Rose

Best Singer winner takes home $500

Jermaine Sellers From the Musical – The Movement

Marcus Beckett From the Musical- The Movement

Deanne Giulietti From the Musical – Reflections Off The Water 

Lauren Hendon From the Play – I am

Victoria Britt From the Musical – Alien VS. Musical

Rhys Gilyeat From the Musical – Alien VS. Musical

Jocelyn Duford From the Musical – O’Keeffe Paint Paradise

The awards ceremony well take place at The Hudson Guild Theatre, 441 West 26th Street.

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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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