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Vote For the 2017 BroadwayWorld Baltimore Awards; FrederickTowne Players Leads Best Theater!

Voting is open for the 2017 BroadwayWorld Baltimore Regional Awards, honoring productions which opened between October 2016 and September 2017. Nominations were reader-submitted and after the nomination period ended, BroadwayWorld's local editors proofed the list for eligibility and errors. Voting runs through December 31.

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Here are the current standings for Baltimore:

Best Acting Ensemble (Specific Production)
Makin It - Urbana High School 7%
Taming of the Shrew - Chesapeake Shakespeare Company 7%
Beauty and the Beast - September Song 7%

Best Actor in a Musical or Revue (Equity)
Robin De Jesus - In The Heights - Olney Theatre 31%
Kevin Massey - Gentleman's Guide to Love *& Murder - Hippodrome 13%
David Benoit - Sweeney Todd - Olney Theatre 12%

Best Actor in a Musical or Revue (Non-Equity)
Michael Livingston - Beauty and the Beast - September Song 8%
Taylor Witt - Lysistrata Jones - Red Branch Theatre Company 7%
Joseph Murphy - CATS - Milburn Stone Theatre 6%

Best Actor in a Play (Equity)
Jose Guzman - Othello - Chesapeake Shakespeare 14%
Bruce Nelson - Charles Dickens' Great Expectations - Everyman 13%
Vince Eisenson - Richard III - Chesapeake Shakespeare Company 10%

Best Actor in a Play (Non-Equity)
B. Thomas Rinaldi - ARSENIC AND OLD LACE - Cockpit in Court 11%
Paul Diem - Savage/Love - Single Carrot 10%
Griffin Snyder - Makin It - Urbana High School 10%

Best Actress in a Musical or Revue (Equity)
Caroline Bowman - Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat - Toby's Dinner Theatre 20%
Robin Samek - Into The Woods - The Frederick Towne Players 18%
E. Faye Butler - Sweeney Todd - Olney Theatre 11%

Best Actress in a Musical or Revue (Non-Equity)
Alyson Marks - Beauty and the Beast - September Song 8%
Ellie Parks as Heather Mcnamara - Heathers the Musical - How do you like me now productions 6%
Lindsey Litka - Legally Blonde - Silhouette Stages 6%

Best Actress in a Play (Equity)
Megan Anderson - Wait Until Dark - Everyman Theatre 20%
Valerie Fenton - Taming of the Shrew - Chesapeake Shakespeare Co. 17%
Deborah Hazlett - Noises Off - Everyman 12%

Best Actress in a Play (Non-Equity)
Rachel Verhaaren - She Kills Monsters - Spotlighters 11%
Bianca Sanchez - Makin It - Urbana High School 11%
Victoria Gill - Makin It - Urbana High School 9%

Best Choreography
Tommy Malek & Tina DiSimone - Young Frankenstein - Silhouette Stages 16%
Stephanie Weigelt - Grease - Urbana High School 13%
Amy Appelby - Beauty and the Beast - September Song 9%

Best Costume Design
Kristina Lambdin - A Christmas Carol - Chesapeake Shakespeare 9%
Charlemagne McNeil - The Addams Family - The Washington County Playhouse Dinner Theater & Children's Theater 9%
Valery Rodriguez - Makin It - Urbana High School 8%

Best Direction of a Play or Musical
Kwame Kwei-Armah - Jazz - Centerstage 7%
Ian Gallanar - Taming of the Shrew - Chesapeake Shakespeare Co. 7%
Laura-Beth Wonsala - Beauty and the Beast - September Song 7%

Best Lighting Design
Jay Herzog - Wait Until Dark - Everyman Theatre 16%
Steve Knapp - Into The Woods - The Frederick Towne Players 13%
Dan O'Brien - Richard III - Chesapeake Shakespeare 10%

Best New Play or Musical
Dorian's Closet 34%
Promenade: Baltimore - Single Carrot Theatre 33%
Los Otros - Everyman Theatre 28%

Best Scenic Design
Morgan Southwell and Steve Knapp - Into The Woods - The Frederick Towne Players 23%
Katherine Kawecki - Anne of the Thousand Days - Chesapeake Shakespeare Co 15%
James Raymond - In The Heights - Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre 12%

Best Theater
FrederickTowne Players 9%
Hippodrome 8%
Chesapeake Shakespeare Company 7%

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