Tina Landau, Ephraim Sykes, Corbin Bleu, and More Take Home Helen Hayes Awards - Full List!
The 35th annual Helen Hayes Awards honored local theater on Monday, May 13, at The Anthem.
The winners for the Helen Hayes Awards are categorized by Equity (the "Hayes" awards) and non-Equity (the "Helen" awards).
Among the Equity shows, the top prize went to Shakespeare Theatre Company's "Camelot" for Outstanding Musical, and Woolly Mammoth Theatre's "Gloria" won Outstanding Play.
For non-equity shows, 1st Stage's "Fly By Night" won Outstanding Musical, while Constellation Theatre's "Melancholy Play: A Contemporary Farce" won Outstanding Play.
A few Broadway names were in the mix, with Tina Landau winning Outstanding Direction in a Musical for "Dave" at Arena Stage, Ephraim Sykes winning Outstanding Performer for "Ain't Too Proud" at The Kennedy Center, and Corbin Bleu taking home the prize for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Musical for "Anything Goes" at Arena Stage.
Check out the full list of winners below!
Outstanding Choreography in a Musical - Helen
Rachel Leigh Dolan Chicago The Keegan Theatre
Outstanding Choreography in a Play - Hayes
Stephanie Paul The Wolves Studio Theatre
Outstanding Choreography in a Play - Helen
Irina Tsikurishvili Sleepy Hollow Synetic Theater
Outstanding Costume Design - Helen
Erik Teague The Trial Synetic Theater
Outstanding Lighting Design - Helen
Brian S. Allard Titus Andronicus Synetic Theater
Outstanding Set Design - Hayes
Emily Lotz The Princess & The Pauper - A Bollywood Tale Imagination Stage
Outstanding Set Design - Helen
Natsu Onoda Power (Set Designer),
Danny Carr (Projection Designer) The Lathe of Heaven Spooky Action Theater and Georgetown University
Outstanding Sound Design - Helen
Roc Lee The Lathe of Heaven Spooky Action Theater and Georgetown University
Outstanding Direction in a Musical - Helen
Kathryn Chase Bryer Fly by Night 1st Stage
Outstanding Direction in a Play - Helen
Nick Martin Melancholy Play: A Contemporary Farce Constellation Theatre Company
Outstanding Ensemble in a Musical - Hayes
The Scottsboro Boys Signature Theatre
Outstanding Ensemble in a Musical - Helen
Fly by Night 1st Stage
Outstanding Ensemble in a Play - Hayes
The Wolves Studio Theatre
Outstanding Ensemble in a Play - Helen
The Frederick Douglass Project Solas Nua
Outstanding Performer - Visiting Production
Ephraim Sykes Ain't Too Proud- The Life and Times of The Temptations The Kennedy Center
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Musical - Helen
DeCarlo Raspberry Disney's The Little Mermaid Toby's Dinner Theatre
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Musical - Helen
Caroline Wolfson Fly by Night 1st Stage
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Play - Hayes
Cheryl Lynn Bruce Familiar Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Play - Helen
Mary Myers 45 Plays for 45 Presidents NextStop Theatre Company
Tuyet Thi Pham The Small Room at the Top of the Stairs Spooky Action Theater
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Play - Hayes
Erika Rose Queens Girl in Africa Mosaic Theater Company of DC
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Play - Helen
Regina Aquino The Events Theater Alliance
Outstanding Original Play or Musical Adaptation
Natsu Onoda Power The Lathe of Heaven Spooky Action Theater and Georgetown University
Outstanding Production - Theatre for Young Audiences
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown Imagination Stage
Outstanding Visiting Production
The Second City's She the People Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company
Outstanding Production in a Musical - Hayes
Camelot Shakespeare Theatre Company
Outstanding Production in a Play - Hayes
Gloria Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company
Outstanding Production in a Musical - Helen
Fly by Night 1st Stage
Outstanding Production in a Play - Helen
Melancholy Play: A Contemporary Farce Constellation Theatre Company
John Aniello Award for Outstanding Emerging Theatre Company
Ally Theatre Company
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