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First Stats Released For The BroadwayWorld Santa Barbara Awards; Drama Dogs' COLLECTED STORIES Leads Best Play

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2022 BroadwayWorld Santa Barbara Standings - 11/21/22

Best Choreography Of A Play Or Musical
Christina McCarthy - SOMETHING ROTTEN - Sbcc theatre group 93%
Meredith Cabaniss - SOMETHING ROTTEN! - Marjorie Luke 7%
Meredith Cabanisss - MATILDA THE MUSICAL - Marjorie Luke 0

Best Dance Production
RITE OF SPRING - Hatlan Theatre 50%
SELAH DANCE COLLECTIVE - Hatlen Theater 50%

Best Direction Of A Musical
Katie Laris - SOMETHING ROTTEN! - Sbcc theatre 62%
Kitty Balay - THE SOUND OF MUSIC - PCPA - Pacific Conservatory Theatre 23%
Amy Love - MATILDA THE MUSICAL - Marjorie Luke 8%
Amy Love - SOMETHING ROTTEN! - Marjorie Luke 8%

Best Direction Of A Play
Emily Trask - AS YOU LIKE IT - PCPA - Pacific Conservatory Theatre 29%
Sara Rademacher - THE WOLVES - Sbcc theatre group 29%
Jonathan Fox - AMERICAN SON - Ensemble Theatre Company 21%
Katie Laris - RIPCORD - Sbcc theatre 21%

Best Ensemble Performance
INTO THE WOODS - PCPA - Pacific Conservatory Theatre 52%
COLLECTED STORIES - Drama Dogs 24%
MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS - theatre group sbcc 24%

Best Lighting Design Of A Play Or Musical
Vickie Scott - 25TH ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE - UCSB Ballet Studio Theater 55%
Jennifer Zornow - INTO THE WOODS - PCPA - Pacific Conservatory Theatre 45%

Best Music Direction & Orchestra Performance
David Potter - SOMETHING ROTTEN! - Sbcc theatre group 79%
Jonathan Swoboda - THE SOUND OF MUSIC - PCPA - Pacific Conservatory Theatre 21%

Best Performer In A Musical
Nicholis Sheley - SOMETHING ROTTEN! - Sbcc theatre 53%
George Walker - INTO THE WOODS - PCPA - Pacific Conservatory Theatre 40%
Emily Trask - THE SOUND OF MUSIC - PCPA - Pacific Conservatory Theatre 7%

Best Performer In A Play
Felicia Hall - COLLECTED STORIES - Drama Dogs Theatre 81%
Jennie Greenberry - AS YOU LIKE IT - PCPA - Pacific Conservatory Theatre 13%
Will Block - THE WICKHAMS - Ensemble Theatre Company 6%
Andy Philpot - MOTHER ROAD - PCPA - Pacific Conservatory Theatre 0

Best Play
COLLECTED STORIES - Drama dogs 42%
MOTHER ROAD - PCPA - Pacific Conservatory Theatre 23%
AMERICAN SON - Ensemble Theatre Company 19%
THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG - The Theatre Group at SBCC 15%

Best Scenic Design Of A Play Or Musical
Patricia L. Frank - MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS - The Theatre Group at SBCC 50%
Vickie Scott - SPECTRAL FREQUENCIES - UCSB 38%
MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS - Theatre group sbcc 6%
Jason Bolen - NATIVE GARDENS - PCPA - Pacific Conservatory Theatre 6%

Best Supporting Performer In A Musical
Daniel Sabraw - SOMETHING ROTTEN! - Sbcc theatre group 44%
Paul Canter - SOMETHING ROTTEN - Sbcc theatre group 28%
Willie Simpson - SOMETHING ROTTEN! - Sbcc theatre group 11%
Hannah Brudney - SOMETHING ROTTEN! - Theatre group sbcc 6%
Nick Ehlen - SOMETHING ROTTEN - Sbcc theatre group 6%
Sierra Anastasia - THE SOUND OF MUSIC - PCPA - Pacific Conservatory Theatre 6%
Lexi Rhodes - THE SOUND OF MUSIC - PCPA - Pacific Conservatory Theatre 0

Best Supporting Performer In A Play
Justin Davanzo - RIPCORD - Sbcc 61%
Hattie Ugoretz - THE WOLVES - Theatre group sbcc 28%
Toby Tropper - AMERICAN SON - Ensemble Theatre Company 11%

Best Theatre For Young Audiences Production
BYE BYE BIRDIE - La Colina Junior High School 80%
MATILDA THE MUSICAL - Marjorie Luke 20%

Favorite Local Theatre
AMERICAN SON - Ensemble Theatre Company 37%
UCSB 26%
SBCC theatre 21%
PCPA - Pacific Conservatory Theatre 16%



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