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WATCH Winners for 2005

By • Feb 27th, 2006 • Category: ShowBizRadio

The 6th annual Washington Area Theatre Community Honors (WATCH) Award Ceremony was held last evening at the Birchmere in Alexandria, Virginia. Mike Baker, Jr. was the Master of Ceremonies. It was an enjoyable evening. Here are the winners:

Production Categories

  • “Outstanding Choreography” Pam Mueller, Kiss of the Spider Woman, Kensington Arts Theatre
  • “Outstanding Special Effects” Scott Obenchain, Jim Girardi Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Reston Community Players
  • “Outstanding Set Painting” Jill Kerr, The Weir, Elden Street Players
  • “Outstanding Stage Combat Choreography” Al Myska, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Reston Community Players
  • “Outstanding Hair Design” Anna Michelle Jackson, Sue Pinkman, Anita Miller, Maggie Geuting, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Reston Community Players
  • “Outstanding Set Construction” Tod L. Kerr, The Weir, Elden Street Players,
  • “Outstanding Sound Design” Stan Harris, The Mystery of Irma Vep, Elden Street Players and Stan Harris The Weir, Elden Street Players
  • “Outstanding Properties Design” Nanette Reynolds, The Weir, Elden Street Players
  • “Outstanding Costume Design” Anita Miller, Maggie Geuting, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Reston Community Players
  • “Outstanding Music Direction” Amy Martin, Kiss of the Spider Woman, Kensington Arts Theatre and Christopher A. Tomasino, The Who’s Tommy, Little Theatre of Alexandria and Christopher A. Tomasino, Das Barbecu, Little Theatre of Alexandria
  • “Outstanding Lighting Design” Franklin Coleman, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Reston Community Players and Jenna Ballard, Kevin Boyce Kiss of the Spider Woman, Kensington Arts Theatre
  • “Outstanding Set Decoration and Set Dressing” Nanette Reynolds, The Weir, Elden Street Players
  • “Outstanding Makeup Design” Arthur Rowan, Bette Williams, Anna Michelle Jackson, Sue Pinkman, Rini Segar, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Reston Community Players
  • “Outstanding Set Design” Tod L. Kerr, The Weir, Elden Street Players
  • “Outstanding Direction of a Musical” Craig Pettinati, Kiss of the Spider Woman, Kensington Arts Theatre
  • “Outstanding Direction of a Play” Angie Anderson, The Weir, Elden Street Players
  • Outstanding Musical: Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Reston Community Players
  • Outstanding Play: The Weir, Elden Street Players

Performance Categories

  • “Outstanding Cameo in a Musical” Liz Weber, Pippin, Rockville Musical Theatre, Berthe
  • “Outstanding Cameo in a Play” Brent Stone, The Man Who Came to Dinner, The Arlington Players, Beverly Carlton
  • “Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical” Kristen Jepperson, Das Barbequ, Little Theatre of Alexandria, Brunnhilde
  • “Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical” Chuck Dluhy, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Reston Community Players, Lumiere
  • “Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play” Rose Declercq, Deathtrap, Vienna Theatre Company, Helga TenDorp
  • “Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play” Ken Clayton, Biloxi Blues, Little Theatre of Alexandria, Sgt. Merwin J. Toomey
  • “Outstanding Lead Actress in a Musical” Lisa Anne Bailey, Ruthless!, Dominion Stage, Judy Denmark
  • “Outstanding Lead Actor in a Musical” Andy Izquierdo, Kiss of the Spider Woman, Kensington Arts Theatre, Valentin
  • “Outstanding Lead Actress in a Play” Leah Mazade, Death of a Salesman, Chevy Chase Players, Linda Loman
  • “Outstanding Lead Actor in a Play” Michael Kharfen, Hauptmann, Port City Playhouse, Bruno Richard Hauptmann, Edward Riley, and John

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started ShowBizRadio in August 2005 because they love live theater. They each have both performed in and worked behind the scenes in DC area productions, as well as earned a Career Studies Certificate in Theater from Northern Virginia Community College. Mike & Laura are each members of the American Theatre Critics Association, and Mike is a member of the Online News Association.

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