BWW Awards

2017 BroadwayWorld Seattle Awards - Best Featured Actress in a Play (Local)

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CURRENT STANDINGS
Cheryl Olson The Diary of Anne Frank  (ManeStage Theatre Company)
14%
Jenelle Cross The Diary of Anne Frank  (ManeStage Theatre Company)
12%
Jennifer Pippin-Montanez August: Osage County  (Bainbridge Performing Arts)
7%
Jill Heinecke Rumors  (Tacoma Little Theatre)
7%
Faith Bennett Russell The Trial of Ebenezer Scrooge  (Taproot Theatre Company)
5%
McKenna Sanford August: Osage County  (Bainbridge Performing Arts)
5%
Tracy Pinero It's A Wonderful Life  (Lakewood Playhouse)
5%
Melanie Schaffer The Diary of Anne Frank  (ManeStage Theatre Company)
4%
Jenna McRill Frankenstein  (New Muses Theatre Company)
4%
Lindsay Evans Tribes
4%
Peggy Gannon Bring Down the House  (Seattle Shakespeare Company/Upstart Crow)
3%
Sarah Harlett Bring Down the House  (Seattle Shakespeare Company/Upstart Crow)
3%
Jordi montes Los mariposas  (Forward flux)
3%
Pat Sibley Witness for the Prosecution  (Centerstage)
3%
Kathy Hsieh Mechanics of Love  (SIS Productions)
3%
Eva Abram Hoodoo Love  (Sound Theatre Company)
3%
Kiki Abba No More Sad Things  (Forward Flux)
2%
Mari Dowd Wait Until Dark  (Lakewood Playhouse)
2%
Sophie Franco Proof  (Proof Porch Project)
2%
Jenny Cross Busman's Honeymoon  (Taproot Theatre Company)
2%
Margaret Parobek Of Mice and Men  (Tacoma Little Theatre)
2%
Sydney Andrews The Cherry Orchard  (Seagull Project/ACT)
2%
Katherine Mahoney Doubt: A Parable  (Lakewood Playhouse)
1%
Diane Johnson Doubt: A Parable  (Lakewood Playhouse)
1%
Kim Morris Room Service  (Taproot Theatre Company)
1%
Pam Nolte Relativity  (Taproot Theatre Company)
1%
Kaylie Rainer A Servant of Two Masters  (New Muses Theatre Company)
1%



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