Gala Award Winners 2011

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Gala Award Winners 2011

The 2011 Gala Awards Night took place in the Workman’s Club and was attended by actors and crew, guests, sponsors, volunteers and the Festival committee.

Congratulations to all of the nominees and award-winners. As always the categories were very competitive.

AWARDS & WINNERS

The Patrick Murray Award for Outstanding Contribution to Irish Gay Theatre

Winner: Mark Pollard

Mark Pollard has actively supported the concept of the gay theatre festival since its inception. He has made a substantial contribution to its development as a recognised art form. Mark has consistently has produced and directed a wide range of award winning quality theatre that has enriched the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival since 2004. This award honours his many achievements as a professional Director and Producer.

The Oscar Wilde Award for Best New Writing

Nominees:
Michael Scott – One
Jan Derbyshire – Funny In The Head
Steven Dawson – The Adventures of Buttboy and Tigger
Michael Yates Crowley – Righteous Money
Jay Duncan – Sticks and Stones

Winner: Michael Scott – One
The Micheal Mac Liammoir Award for Best Actor

Nominees:
David Ames – Rudi, The Temperamentals
Ricardo Melendez – Queen Sofia, Cloaked
Oliver Walker – Neil, Mysterious Skin
Felix Woods – Tigger, The Adventures of Buttboy and Tigger
Nicholas Cass Beggs – Harry Hay, The Temperamentals

Winner: Oliver Walker – Neil, Mysterious Skin

The Eva Gore Booth Award for Best Actress

Nominees:
Julie Addy – Wendy, Mysterious Skin
Sally Lofthouse – Augusta Byron, My Dearest Byron
Stefanie Priessner – Various, Bang Shoot Blast
Susan Jeremy, Various – Brazil Nuts
Amy Christie – Ellen, The Little Dog Laughed

Winner: Julie Addy – Wendy, Mysterious Skin

The Hilton Edwards Award for Best Aspect of Production

Nominees:
Veronica Rennie, Design, Bette/Cavett
Ricardo Melendez , Costumes, Cloaked
Chris Withers – Lighting and production, The Temperamentals
David Wray, Paul Monaghan and Eoin Cannon – concept and musical arrangements, Memoirs of a Gayshow
Karl Watson/Dan Colley – Script development, Bang, Shoot, Blast

Winner: David Wray, Paul Monaghan and Eoin Cannon – concept and musical arrangements, Memoirs of a Gayshow

The Doric Wilson Intercultural Dialogue Award

Nominees:
Ricardo Melendez, RM Carles – Cloaked
Michael Scott – One
Matt Ian Kelly, Joseph C Walsh, Greenwich Theatre – The Temperamentals
Jan Derbyshire – Funny In The Head
Jose Luiz Perez, Julio Bouley – Let’s Pretend We Are Having Coffee Thirty Years Later

Winner: Matt Ian Kelly, Joseph C Walsh, Greenwich Theatre, The Temperamentals

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