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Vote For the 2017 BroadwayWorld Baltimore Awards; Hippodrome Leads Best Theatre!

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.

We have a record number of votes in already, but if you haven't voted yet, click here to vote! If you have voted already, tell your friends.

Here are the current standings for Baltimore:

Best Acting Ensemble (Specific Production)
Taming of the Shrew - Chesapeake Shakespeare Company 8%
Lysistrata Jones - Red Branch Theatre Company 7%
Makin It - Urbana High School 7%

Best Actor in a Musical or Revue (Equity)
Robin De Jesus - In The Heights - Olney Theatre 30%
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)
Joseph Murphy - CATS - Milburn Stone Theatre 8%
Michael Livingston - Beauty and the Beast - September Song 8%
Taylor Witt - Lysistrata Jones - Red Branch Theatre Company 6%

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

Best Actor in a Play (Non-Equity)
Paul Diem - Savage/Love - Single Carrot 12%
B. Thomas Rinaldi - ARSENIC AND OLD LACE - Cockpit in Court 12%
Louis B. Murray - Two Trains Running - Spotlighters 11%

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 5%

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 13%

Best Actress in a Play (Non-Equity)
Kathy Vary - Sally McCoy - Cohesion 12%
Rachel Verhaaren - She Kills Monsters - Spotlighters 11%
Bianca Sanchez - Makin It - Urbana High School 11%

Best Choreography
Tommy Malek & Tina DiSimone - Young Frankenstein - Silhouette Stages 15%
Bambi Johnson - CATS - Milburn Stone Theatre 14%
Stephanie Weigelt - Grease - Urbana High School 12%

Best Costume Design
Kristina Lambdin - A Christmas Carol - Chesapeake Shakespeare 10%
Charlemagne McNeil - The Addams Family - The Washington County Playhouse Dinner Theater & Children's Theater 9%
Kirk Bowers - Into the Woods - Fredericktowne Players 8%

Best Direction of a Play or Musical
Bambi Johnson - CATS - Milburn Stone Theatre 9%
Ian Gallanar - Taming of the Shrew - Chesapeake Shakespeare Co. 8%
Kwame Kwei-Armah - Jazz - Centerstage 7%

Best Lighting Design
Jay Herzog - Wait Until Dark - Everyman Theatre 16%
Dan O'Brien - Richard III - Chesapeake Shakespeare 12%
Steve Knapp - Into The Woods - The Frederick Towne Players 12%

Best New Play or Musical
Promenade: Baltimore - Single Carrot Theatre 35%
Dorian's Closet 33%
Los Otros - Everyman Theatre 27%

Best Scenic Design
Morgan Southwell and Steve Knapp - Into The Woods - The Frederick Towne Players 21%
Katherine Kawecki - Anne of the Thousand Days - Chesapeake Shakespeare Co 14%
Bob Denton - CATS - Milburn Stone Theatre 14%

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

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