Winners


2009 AWARDEES for the
13th Annual Patté Awards, January 2010

 

 

OUTSTANDING ENSEMBLE

The History Boys – Cygnet Theatre

The Butcher of Baraboo – Moxie Theatre

42nd Street – Moonlight Stage Productions

Picasso at the Lapin Agile – New Village Arts

The Seafarer; Threepenny Opera – San Diego Repertory Theatre

 

OUTSTANDING SCENIC DESIGN

Robin Sanford Roberts – ANON(ymous), University of San Diego

Ian Wallace – Camino Real – UC San Diego, Dept of Theatre and Dance

 

OUTSTANDING LIGHTING DESIGN

Chris Renda – Bent – ion theatre/Diversionary Theatre

Jason Bieber – Talley’s Folly – North Coast Repertory Theatre

 

OUTSTANDING SOUND DESIGN

Charles Wallace IV – Dreams in the Witch House – DangerHouse Productions

Thomas Hodges – Dear Harvey – Diversionary Theatre & SDSU

 

OUTSTANDING COSTUME DESIGN

Alina Bokovikova – Camino Real – UC San Diego, Dept of Theatre and Dance

Jeannie Galioto – Twist – Diversionary Theatre

 

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE

Patrick Page – Cyrano de Bergerac – Old Globe Theatre

Karson St. John – The Little Dog Laughed – Diversionary Theatre

Glynn Bedington – Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? – Compass Theatre

Michael Zlotnik – Bent – ion theatre/Diversionary Theatre

Robert Foxworth – Cornelia – Old Globe Theatre

David Ellenstein – Talley’s Folly – North Coast Repertory Theatre

 

OUTSTANDING DIRECTION

Lisa Berger – Killer Joe – Compass Theatre

Rick Seer – Two Gentlemen of Verona – University of San Diego Theatre Arts Program

Francis Gercke – Man from Nebraska – Cygnet Theatre

Janet Hayatshahi – Nine Parts of Desire – Mo’olelo Performing Arts Company

 

OUTSTANDING PRODUCTION

Six Degrees of Separation – Old Globe

Joyful Noise – Lamb’s Players Theatre

Creditors; Bonnie and Clyde – La Jolla Playhouse

 

OUTSTANDING NEW PLAY

Ronald McCants – Refraction – UC San Diego, Dept of Theatre and Dance

 

SHILEY LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

Robert Smyth and Deborah Gilmour Smyth

 

THEATER ANGEL

Sheryl and Harvey White

 

THE JOHN GUTH AWARD FOR BEHIND-THE-SCENES BRILLIANCE

Jules Schreiber

The Patté Scholarship: The Dea and Osborn Hurston Award for a Promising Young Theatermaker

ALEXIS MONTES

Honorable Mention

Cassandra Lopez

Daniela Michel


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