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Nominees Announced For the 44th Annual Non-Equity Jeff Awards
From a press release
2017-04-26

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Monday, April 24, 2017 — Chicago, IL. The Jeff Awards announced, via a special video presentation, a total of 127 nominations in 26 categories for the 44th Annual Non-Equity Jeff Awards for productions that opened between April 1, 2016, and March 31, 2017. Hosting the video presentation were Alexis Roston and Lillian Castillo, who will be this year's Mistresses of Ceremonies at the Awards event on June 5 at The Athenaeum.

In the Production-Musical category, three of the nominated Productions each had eight nominations. These included "Urinetown" at BoHo Theatre, "The Wiz" at Kokandy Productions and "High Fidelity" at the newly eligible Refuge Theatre Project. Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre scored a total of 11 nominations this year, including seven for "The Most Happy Fella."

In the Production-Play category, three of the nominated Productions each had four nominations: "Prowess" at Jackalope Theatre Company, "At The Table" at Broken Nose Theatre ( another newly-eligible company ) and "The North Pool" at Interrobang Theatre Project.

The coveted Ensemble nominations were spread among seven productions: "At The Table" at Broken Nose Theatre, "Bat Boy The Musical" at Griffin Theatre Company, "truth and reconciliation" at Sideshow Theatre Company, "good friday," produced by Kristiana Rae Colon and Tara Branham in association with Oracle Productions, "The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui" at Trap Door Theatre, "How We got On" at Haven Theatre Company and "High Fidelity" at Refuge Theatre Project.

The 2016-2017 season also rewarded the efforts of Non-Equity theaters producing New Plays and New Musicals in Chicago, citing nine nominations for world premieres. Seven playwrights were nominated in the New Play category, including Ike Holter for "Prowess" at Jackalope Theatre Company, Jerre Dye for "Distance" at Strawdog Theatre Company, Alex Lubischer for "Bobbie Clearly" at Steep Theatre Company, Zeljko Djukic for "Gentle" at TUTA Theatre Chicago, Philip Dawkins for "The Happiest Place on Earth" at Greenhouse Theater Center in association with Sideshow Theatre, Shepsu Aakhu for "Feral" at MPAACT, and the team of Heather McNama and Nancy Nyman for "Resolution" at Pride Films and Plays. New Musical nominations went to Robert Kauzlaric and George Howe for "Northanger Abbey" at Lifeline Theatre, as well as Alex Higgin-Houser & David Kornfeld for "Haymarket: The Anarchist's Songbook" at Underscore Theatre Company.

The Non-Equity Awards honor excellence in Chicago theatres not under a union contract. Jeff judges attended opening nights of 147 productions offered by 66 Non-Equity producing organizations. The Jeff Awards recommended 68 of those productions ( or 46% ), making them eligible for Non-Equity Jeff Award nominations. Of the 68 Jeff Recommended productions, 53 ( or 77% ) received nominations, representing 34 theatre companies.

The 44th Annual Non-Equity Jeff Awards ceremony will be held on Monday, June 5, 2017, at The Athenaeum, located at 2936 N. Southport Ave in Chicago.

Doors open at 6 PM with several cash bars available. The awards ceremony will start at 7:30 p.m., followed by an After Party with a light buffet and all cash bars open. Tickets are $45 in advance and $50 at the door. A group rate of $40 is available for parties of 10 or more. Festive cocktail attire is suggested, and the public is cordially invited. Tickets may be purchased online with a credit card at www.jeffawards.org or by mail with the downloadable mail-order form, also found at www.jeffawards.org . For more information, contact John D. Glover, Non-Equity Wing Chair, at nonequitywing@jeffawards.org . Follow live twitter feeds from the ceremony and behind the scenes at #JeffAwards2017.

The Jeff Awards has been honoring outstanding theatre artists annually since it was established in 1968. With up to 55 members representing a wide variety of backgrounds in theatre ( including producers, directors, actors, playwrights, designers, professors of theatre, entertainment lawyers and agents, and theatre lovers ), the Jeff Awards are committed to celebrating the vitality of Chicago area theatre by recognizing excellence through its recommendations, awards, and honors. Opening night judges include not only the members but also the team of Artistic & Technical theatre volunteers ( the "AT Team" ) which include Artistic Directors, producers, directors from the major Chicago theatres, actors, designers, etc. The Jeff Awards fosters the artistic growth of area theatres and theatre artists and promotes educational opportunities, audience appreciation, and civic pride in the achievements of the theatre community. Each year, the Jeff Awards adjudicate over 250 theatrical productions and host two awards ceremonies. Originally chartered to recognize only Equity productions, the Jeff Awards established the Non-Equity Wing in 1973 to celebrate outstanding achievement in non-union theatre. The next Equity Awards ceremony, honoring productions presented under union contracts, will be held on Monday, November 5, 2017, at Drury Lane Oakbrook in Oakbrook Terrace.

2017 NON-EQUITY JEFF AWARD NOMINEES

PRODUCTION - PLAY

"At the Table" - Broken Nose Theatre

"How We Got On" - Haven Theatre Company

"Miss Holmes" - Lifeline Theatre

"The North Pool" - Interrobang Theatre Project

"Our Lady of 121st Street" - Eclipse Theatre Company

PRODUCTION - MUSICAL

"High Fidelity" - Refuge Theatre Project

"The Most Happy Fella" - Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre

"Northanger Abbey" - Lifeline Theatre

"Urinetown" - BoHo Theatre

"The Wiz" - Kokandy Productions

ENSEMBLE

"At the Table" - Broken Nose Theatre

"Bat Boy The Musical" - Griffin Theatre Company

"good friday" - Kristiana Rae Colon and Tara Branham in collaboration with Oracle Productions

"High Fidelity" - Refuge Theatre Project

"How We Got On" - Haven Theatre Company

"The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui" - Trap Door Theatre

"truth and reconciliation" - Sideshow Theatre Company

DIRECTOR - PLAY

Spenser Davis - "At the Table" - Broken Nose Theatre

Jonathan L. Green - "truth and reconciliation" - Sideshow Theatre Company

Robert Kauzlaric - "Cymbeline" - Strawdog Theatre Company

Victor Quezada-Perez - "The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui" - Trap Door Theatre

James Yost - "The North Pool" - Interrobang Theatre Project

DIRECTOR - MUSICAL

Fred Anzevino - "The Most Happy Fella" - Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre

Elise Kauzlaric - "Northanger Abbey" - Lifeline Theatre

Christopher Pazdernik - "High Fidelity" - Refuge Theatre Project

Stephen Schellhardt - "Urinetown" - BoHo Theatre

Scott Weinstein - "Bat Boy The Musical" - Griffin Theatre Company

ACTOR IN A PRINCIPAL ROLE - PLAY

Salar Ardebili ( Khadim ) - "The North Pool" - Interrobang Theatre Project

Ryan Hallahan ( Dan ) - "The Body of an American" - Stage Left Theatre

John Henry Roberts ( Danny ) - "The Little Flower of East Orange" - Eclipse Theatre Company

George Seegebrecht ( Hauptmann ) - "Hauptmann" - City Lit Theater Company

Kevin V. Smith ( Vic ) - "Taste" - Red Theater Chicago

Gage Wallace ( Terry ) - "Taste" - Red Theater Chicago

ACTOR IN A PRINCIPAL ROLE - MUSICAL

Maxwell J. DeTogne ( Rob ) - "High Fidelity" - Refuge Theatre Project

Henry McGinniss ( Bat Boy/Edgar ) - "Bat Boy The Musical" - Griffin Theatre Company

Henry McGinniss ( Bobby Strong ) - "Urinetown" - BoHo Theatre

Jordan Phelps ( Tick ) - "Priscilla: Queen of the Desert" - Pride Films and Plays

William Roberts ( Tony Esposito ) - "The Most Happy Fella" - Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre

ACTRESS IN A PRINCIPAL ROLE - PLAY

Jeannie Affelder ( Marie ) - "The Little Flower of East Orange" - Eclipse Theatre Company

Kim Boler ( Mabry ) - "Human Terrain" - Broken Nose Theatre

Elaine Carlson ( Eleanor of Aquitaine ) - "The Lion in Winter" - Promethean Theatre Ensemble

Amy Johnson ( Tami ) - "Falling" - Interrobang Theatre Project

Kat McDonnell ( May ) - "Once in a Lifetime" - Strawdog Theatre Company

Shalyn Welch ( Darcy ) - "The Kid Thing" - Nothing Without A Company

ACTRESS IN A PRINCIPAL ROLE - MUSICAL

Sydney Charles ( Dorothy ) - "The Wiz" - Kokandy Productions

Molly Hernandez ( Amy ) - "The Most Happy Fella" - Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre

Amanda Horvath ( Tonya Harding ) - "Tonya and Nancy The Rock Opera" - Underscore Theatre Company

Stephanie Stockstill ( Catherine Morland ) - "Northanger Abbey" - Lifeline Theatre

Colette Todd ( Diana ) — "Next to Normal" — BoHo Theatre

ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE - PLAY

Adam Bitterman ( Mick ) - "The Seedbed" - Redtwist Theatre

Matt Edmonds ( Biff ) - "Death of a Salesman" - Redtwist Theatre

Robert Koon ( Riley ) - "Chagrin Falls" - The Agency Theater Collective

D'Wayne Taylor ( Lucius ) - "Jesus Hopped the "A" Train" - Eclipse Theatre Company

Justin Tsatsa ( Josh ) - "Falling" - Interrobang Theatre Project

ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE — MUSICAL

Chuckie Benson ( Lion ) - "The Wiz" - Kokandy Productions

Scott Danielson ( Officer Lockstock ) - "Urinetown" - BoHo Theatre

Nick Druzbanski ( Barry ) - "High Fidelity" - Refuge Theatre Project

Joe Giovannetti ( Herman ) - "The Most Happy Fella" - Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre

Luke Meierdiercks ( Felicia ) - "Priscilla: Queen of the Desert" - Pride Films and Plays

Steven Perkins ( Tin Man ) - "The Wiz" - Kokandy Productions

ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE - PLAY

Echaka Agba ( Lauren ) - "At the Table" - Broken Nose Theatre

JoAnn Montemurro ( Faye ) - "The Assembled Parties" - Raven Theatre Company

Deanna Reed-Foster ( Trudy ) - "Even Longer and Farther Away" - The New Colony

Kelli Strickland ( Bananas ) - "The House of Blue Leaves" - Raven Theatre Company

Kendra Thulin ( Lisa ) - "Wastwater" - Steep Theatre Company

ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE - MUSICAL

Veronica Garza ( Nancy/Tonya's Mom ) - "Tonya and Nancy The Rock Opera" - Underscore Theatre Company

Nicole Michelle Haskins ( Aunt Em/Evillene ) - "The Wiz" - Kokandy Productions

Courtney Jones ( Cleo ) - "The Most Happy Fella" - Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre

Anne Sheridan Smith ( Meredith Parker ) - "Bat Boy The Musical" - Griffin Theatre Company

Jenifer Tyler ( Mrs. Allen/Mrs. Tilney ) - "Northanger Abbey" - Lifeline Theatre

Honey West ( Bernadette ) - "Priscilla: Queen of the Desert" - Pride Films and Plays

SOLO PERFORMANCE

Philip Dawkins ( Performer ) - "The Happiest Place on Earth" - Greenhouse Theater Center i/a/w Sideshow Theatre Company

Sarah Gise ( Performer ) - "The Amish Project" - Interrobang Theatre Project

ACTOR/ACTRESS IN A REVUE

Averis I. Anderson ( Performer ) - "An Anthony Newley-Leslie Bricusse Songbook" - Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre

Ian Rigg ( Performer ) - "Oh, Coward!" - Dead Writers Theatre Collective

Graham Thomas Heacock ( Performer ) - "An Anthony Newley-Leslie Bricusse Songbook" - Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre

Colette Todd ( Angela ) - "Honky Tonk Angels" - Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre

Leryn Turlington ( Darlene ) - "Honky Tonk Angels" - Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre

NEW PLAY

Shepsu Aakhu - "Feral" - MPAACT

Philip Dawkins - "The Happiest Place on Earth" - Greenhouse Theater Center i/a/w Sideshow Theatre Company

Zeljko Djukic - "Gentle" - TUTA Theatre Chicago

Jerre Dye - "Distance" - Strawdog Theatre Company

Ike Holter - "Prowess" - Jackalope Theatre Company

Alex Lubischer - "Bobbie Clearly" - Steep Theatre Company

Heather McNama and Nancy Nyman - "Resolution" - Pride Films and Plays

NEW ADAPTATION

Alex Higgin-Houser and David Kornfeld - "Haymarket: The Anarchist's Songbook" - Underscore Theatre Company

Robert Kauzlaric and George Howe - "Northanger Abbey" - Lifeline Theatre

CHOREOGRAPHY

Aubrey Adams - "Urinetown" - BoHo Theatre

Breon Arzell - "The Wiz" - Kokandy Productions

Jon Martinez - "Priscilla: Queen of the Desert" - Pride Films and Plays

Christopher Pazdernik - "High Fidelity" - Refuge Theatre Project

ORIGINAL MUSIC IN A PLAY

Natasha Bogojevich - "Gentle" - TUTA Theatre Chicago

Andrew Hansen - "Cymbeline" - Strawdog Theatre Company

Andrew Hansen - "Miss Holmes" - Lifeline Theatre

Ben Sutherland - "The Lion in Winter" - Promethean Theatre Ensemble

Shawn Wallace - "Rutherford's Travels" - Pegasus Theatre Chicago

MUSIC DIRECTION

Jimmy Morehead - "The Wiz" - Kokandy Productions

Robert Ollis - "Priscilla: Queen of the Desert" - Pride Films and Plays

Jeremy Ramey - "The Most Happy Fella" - Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre

Charlotte Rivard-Hoster - "Urinetown" - BoHo Theatre

Jon Schneidman - "High Fidelity" - Refuge Theatre Project

SCENIC DESIGN

Kurtis Boetcher - "Gentle" - TUTA Theatre Chicago

Kevin Hagan - "Our Lady of 121st Street" - Eclipse Theatre Company

Jeffrey D. Kmiec - "The Assembled Parties" - Raven Theatre Company

Michelle Manni - "High Fidelity" - Refuge Theatre Project

Greg Pinsoneault - "The North Pool" - Interrobang Theatre Project

Ashley Ann Woods - "Miss Holmes" - Lifeline Theatre

LIGHTING DESIGN

Erik Barry - "Haymarket: The Anarchist's Songbook" - Underscore Theatre Company

Kevin D. Gawley - "A Wrinkle in Time" - Lifeline Theatre

G. "Max" Maxin IV - "Urinetown" - BoHo Theatre

Alexander Ridgers - "Winterset" - Griffin Theatre Company

Brandon Wardell - "Bat Boy The Musical" - Griffin Theatre Company

COSTUME DESIGN

Aly Renee Amidei - "Northanger Abbey" - Lifeline Theatre

John Nasca - "Priscilla: Queen of the Desert" - Pride Films and Plays

Rachel M. Sypniewski - "The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui" - Trap Door Theatre

Virginia Varland - "The Wiz" - Kokandy Productions

Elizabeth Wislar - "Urinetown" - BoHo Theatre

SOUND DESIGN

Eric Backus - "A Wrinkle in Time" - Lifeline Theatre

Thomas Dixon - "peerless" - First Floor Theater

Thomas Dixon - "Wastwater" - Steep Theatre Company

Stephen Ptacek - "How We Got On" - Haven Theatre Company

Stephen Ptacek - "In To America" - Griffin Theatre Company

Matthew Reich - "The Promise of a Rose Garden" - Babes With Blades

PROJECTION DESIGN

Brock Alter - "In To America" - Griffin Theatre Company

Anthony Churchill - "The Body of an American" - Stage Left Theatre

Michael Stanfill - "Prowess" - Jackalope Theatre Company

FIGHT CHOREOGRAPHY

Ryan Bourque - "Prowess" - Jackalope Theatre Company

Matt Hawkins - "Cymbeline" - Strawdog Theatre Company

MULTIPLE NOMINATIONS

BY THEATRE

11 - Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre

10 - Lifeline Theatre

9 - BoHo Theatre

8 - Griffin Theatre Company

8 - Kokandy Productions

8 - Refuge Theatre Project

7 - Interrobang Theatre Project

7 - Pride Films and Plays

5 - Broken Nose Theatre

5 - Eclipse Theatre Company

5 - Strawdog Theatre Company

4 - Jackalope Theatre Company

4 - Underscore Theatre Company

3 - Haven Theatre Company

3 - Raven Theatre Company

3 - Steep Theatre Company

3 - Trap Door Theatre

2 - Greenhouse Theater Center i/a/w Sideshow Theatre Company

2 - Promethean Theatre Ensemble

2 - Red Theater Chicago

2 - Redtwist Theatre

2 - Sideshow Theatre Company

2 - Stage Left Theatre

2 - TUTA Theatre Chicago

BY PRODUCTION

8 - Urinetown - BoHo Theatre

8 - The Wiz - Kokandy Productions

8 - High Fidelity - Refuge Theatre Project

7 - The Most Happy Fella - Theo Ubique Cabaret �Theatre

6 - Priscilla: Queen of the Desert - Pride Films and Plays

5 - Bat Boy The Musical - Griffin Theatre Company

5 - Northanger Abbey - Lifeline Theatre

4 - At the Table - Broken Nose Theatre

4 - The North Pool - Interrobang Theatre Project

4 - Prowess - Jackalope Theatre Company

3 - How We Got On - Haven Theatre Company

3 - Miss Holmes - Lifeline Theatre

3 - Cymbeline - Strawdog Theatre Company

3 - The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui - Trap Door Theatre

2 - The Little Flower of East Orange - Eclipse Theatre Company

2 - Our Lady of 121st Street - Eclipse Theatre Company

2 - The Happiest Place on Earth - Greenhouse Theater Center i/a/w Sideshow Theatre Company

2 - In To America - Griffin Theatre Company

2 - Falling - Interrobang Theatre Project

2 - A Wrinkle in Time - Lifeline Theatre

2 - The Lion in Winter - Promethean Theatre Ensemble

2 - The Assembled Parties - Raven Theatre Company

2 - Taste - Red Theater Chicago

2 - truth and reconciliation - Sideshow Theatre Company

2 - The Body of an American - Stage Left Theatre

2 - Wastwater - Steep Theatre Company

2 - An Anthony Newley-Leslie Bricusse Songbook - Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre

2 - Honky Tonk Angels - Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre

2 - Gentle - TUTA Theatre Chicago

2 - Haymarket: The Anarchist's Songbook - Underscore Theatre Company

2 - Tonya and Nancy: The Rock Opera - Underscore Theatre Company

BY ARTIST

2 - Philip Dawkins

2 - Thomas Dixon

2 - Andrew Hansen

2 - Robert Kauzlaric

2 - Henry McGinniss

2 - Christopher Pazdernik

2 - Stephen Ptacek

2 - Colette Todd

SPECIAL NOTICE TO NEWS MEDIA

Your complimentary ticket to the 44th Annual Non-Equity Jeff Awards ceremony will be held at the News Media Table at the Athenaeum only if you make a reservation in advance with Jeffrey Marks at 312.606.0400 or media@jeffawards.org .

Names of award recipients will be released immediately following the presentation ceremony on June 5, by email and on our website. Photos from the event will be available on our website.

A Media Curtain is available for your own photos. We will also have an interview area available to you, and will assist in bringing interviewees to that area. If you need a quote or interview with any Jeff Awards committee member, please call or e-mail Jeffrey Marks at 312-606-0400 or media@jeffawards.org .

The Jeff Awards Committee website, www.jeffawards.org, lists all the current Non-Equity nominees and statistics, along with previous recipients and nominees and other Jeff Awards information and news.


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