2017 Gala Award Winners Announced

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2017 Gala Award Winners Announced

IDGTF 2017 came to a close last night with our Gala Awards Night in front of a packed audience in the Teachers’ Club, Parnell Square.

We pay tribute to all of our winners and nominees below. IDGTF is a curated Festival, with only a minority of submissions actually accepted. So we would like to thank the tremendous contributions of all of our artists and participating companies.


Here is the list of winners in full:

oscar_wildeOscar Wilde Award for Best New Writing

1. Leah Moore, Wasting Paper
2. Erin Sheilds, Maev Beaty and Andrea Donaldson, Montparnasse
3. Darren Harding, Fronting
4. Jim Dalglish, Lines In The Sand
5. Margo Mac Donald, Elephant Girls

Winner: Leah Moore, Wasting Paper


 

Patrick Murray Award for outstanding contribution to Irish LGBT Theatre

Winners: Joachim Henkel and Nicola Steinberg

(for their exceptional support of the Festival and our artists, as audience members and long-standing friends of the Festival)


sean_meehanSean Meehan Award for celebrating identity in Theatre

1. Nicole O Connor for bisexuality awareness
2. Darren Hardie Fronting for HIV awareness
3. How We GLOW LGBTQ Youth awareness
4. Gypsy Queen Traveller awareness
5. Joto! Racial/Immigration awareness

Winner: How We GLOW

(for LGBTQ Youth awareness)


doric_wilsonDoric Wilson Intercultural Dialogue Award

1. Spool for its exploration of Masculinity
2. Patrick Cash Queers for its exploration of transphobia
3. How We GLOW for it intergenerational dialogue
4. Gypsy Queen for its exploration of homophobia in sport
5. Darren Hardie for its exploration of contemporary HIV diagnosis

Winner: Darren Hardie for Fronting

(for its exploration of contemporary HIV diagnosis)


hilton_edwardsHilton Edwards Award for Best Aspect of Production

1. Robbie Byrne/Liza Michel Momentum Acting Studio for continuity and casting
2. Gypsy Queen Set Design
3. Otto Farrant/Finn Cooke concept and creativity Spool
4. Jackie Reeves Lines In The Sand graphics
5. Jay Whitehead direction Montparnasse

Winner: Otto Farrant/Finn Cooke, Spool

(for concept and creativity)


eva_gore_boothEva Gore Booth Award for outstanding Female Performance

1. Kathy Zaborsky, Montparnasse
2. Maria Blaney, Calamity Jane Sends A Message to her Daughter
3. Laura Thompson, The Morning After, Momentum
4. Margo Mac Donald, Elephant Girls
5. Milly Harding PJ Queers

Winner: Kathy Zaborsky, Montparnasse


macliammoirMicheal Mac Liammoir Award for outstanding Male Performance

1. Dan Reeves Ireland, Tyler in Bleach
2. Ryan Thomas Clayton, Dane in Gypsy Queen
3. Stanton Plummer Clayton, Sapphire Queers
4. Nick Bucchianeiri, Boy Lines in Sand
5. Tony Travostino, Man Lines In Sand

Winner: Nick Bucchianeiri/ Tony Travostino, Boy/Man Lines in Sand


 

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