2016 BroadwayWorld UK Awards


I’m two days on late with this news, but the Royal Shakespeare Company is on list at the 2016 BroadwayWorld UK Awards with some of their last productions, with 25 nominations: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Cymbeline, King Lear and Hamlet are listed with cast & creatives!
Oliver Johnstone is even in two lists: as Best Actor in Teddy Ferrara (2015) and Best Supporting Actor in Cymbeline! It’s so exciting!

So well deserved, Oliver, I hope people will vote for you, despite you got impressive rivals!

I know three nominations would be too many, but I think he deserves to be in the list as Edgar in King Lear, as well.

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Also Christopher Shinn is on with Teddy Ferrara as Best New Play!
Much satisfying, because both Teddy Ferrara and Cymbeline are so underestimate!

VOTE, people, VOTE!
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I’m also glad that some Oppenheimer colleagues are nominated together with him: John Heffernan for Macbeth, Jack Holden for Midsummer, both as Best Actors – plus Andrew Langtree as Best Supporting Actor In A Musical for Groundhog Day!


Here the nominations for Teddy Ferrara (Donmar Warehouse)

  • Best Actor In A Play – Oliver Johnstone
  • Best New Play – Christopher Shinn

Here the nominations for the RSC:

A Midsummer Night’s Dream: A Play for the Nation (Barbican)

  • Best Actor In A Play – Jack Holden
  • Best Revival of a Play
  • Best Supporting Actress in a New Production of a Play – Ayesha Dharker
  • Best Supporting Actress in a New Production of a Play – Lucy Ellinson
  • Theatrical Event of the Year – UK Tour

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Cymbeline (Royal Shakespeare Theatre)

  • Best Actress in a New Production of a Play – Bethan Cullinane
  • Best Actress in a New Production of a Play – Gillian Bevan
  • Best Direction – Melly Still
  • Best New Regional Production – Cymbeline (Royal Shakespeare Theatre)
  • Best Supporting Actor in a New Production of a Play – Oliver Johnstone
  • Best Supporting Actor in a New Production of a Play – Marcus Griffiths

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King Lear  (Royal Shakespeare Theatre)

  • Best Revival of a Play
  • Best Supporting Actor in a New Production of a Play – Paapa Essiedu
  • Best Supporting Actor in a New Production of a Play – Antony Byrne
  • Best Supporting Actor in a New Production of a Play – David Troughton
  • Best Supporting Actress in a New Production of a Play – Nia Gwynne
  • Best Supporting Actress in a New Production of a Play – Kelly Williams

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not forgetting Hamlet (Royal Shakespeare Theatre), despite I didn’t see it

  • Best Actor in a Play – Paapa Essiedu
  • Best Direction – Simon Godwin
  • Best Supporting Actor in a New Production of a Play – Marcus Griffiths
  • Best Supporting Actor in a New Production of a Play – Clarence Smith
  • Best Supporting Actor in a New Production of a Play – Kevin N Golding
  • Best Supporting Actress in a New Production of a Play – Natalie Simpson

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Theatrical Venue of the Year
  • Barbican
  • Royal Shakespeare Theatre

I guess I’ve reported them all.


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