2012 BWW Long Island Awards Winners Announced - Steve McCoy, Patrick Grossman Get Two Wins Each!

Votes are cast, polls are closed, and results have been tabulated! This was our BIGGEST year yet! After a record number of voters in over 30 regions worldwide, BroadwayWorld is VERY excited to announce the 2012 Long Island Winners! Thanks to all who voted and HUGE congrats to all the winners!
Check back in October where the public nomination period will once again open.
And the Winners are....

Best Actor in a Musical
Steve McCoy - Treasure Island, A Musical Adventure

Best Actor in a Play
Steve McCoy - A Christmas Carol

Best Actress in a Musical
Ashley Reyes - Spring Awakening

Best Actress in a Play
Emily Dowdell - The Importance Of Being Earnest

Best Choreographer
PatRick Grossman - Hairspray

Best Costume Design
Ronald R. Green III - Hairspray

Best Ensemble Performance in a musical
The Ensemble - Treasure Island: A Musical Adventure

Best Ensemble Performance in a play
The Ensemble - Lombardi

Best Lighting Design
Joseph Naftal - Hairspray

Best Musical
Treasure Island, A Musical Adventure - Theatre Three

Best Musical Direction
Ellen Michelmore - Next to Normal

Best Play
Noises Off - CM Performing Arts Center

Best Set Design
PatRick Grossman - Hairspray

Best Sound Design
Jordan Navarro - Assassins



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