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Cap T Nominated for 17 ATE Awards and Wins 5 including ‘Company of the Year’!

1 January 2010

Capital T Theatre won 5 Austin Theatre Examiner awards including Company of the Year.  KILLER JOE struck again collecting Best Production of a Comedy, while Melissa Recalde and Tayler Gill closed out the lead actress category of both comedy and drama. Last and not least, Adam Hilton was also cited for his amazing sound design of THE BIRD and THE BEE, KILLER JOE, and SICK.  The nominations rolled in from Ryan Johnson at the Austin Theatre Examiner at the end of 2009.  In their first year to offer the awards Capital T was nominated for 17.  To see a list of the nominations and winners check out the Austin Theater Examiner.

Tayler Gill - Best Lead Actress in a Drama

Awards

Company of the Year

Capital T Theatre

Best Production of a Comedy

KILLER JOE

Best Lead Actress in a Drama

Tayler Gill – Chloe, THE BIRD and THE BEE

Best Lead Actress in a Comedy

Melissa Recalde – Dottie, KILLER JOE

Special Technical Achievement

Adam Hilton – Sound Design, THE BIRD and THE BEE, SICK, and KILLER JOE

Melissa Recalde - Best Lead Actress in a Comedy

Nominations

Best Direction of a Production

Mark Pickell , KILLER JOE

Best New Play Written by Austinites

I HEART WALMART

Mark Pickell, Jim Fritzler, Brad Klypchak, Kenneth Wayne Bradley, Aimee Gonzales, Larry Hill, Spencer Driggers, Elizabeth Orndorff, Craig Kenworthy and Al Pergande

Special Technical Achievement

Steve Shirey – Light Design, THE BIRD and THE BEE

Best Production of a Drama

THE BIRD and THE BEE

Best Lead Actor in a Drama

Chase Wooldridge – Jakob, THE BIRD and THE BEE

Best Ensemble in Comedy

KILLER JOE
Kenneth Wayne Bradley, Melissa Recalde, Joey Hood, Katie DeBuys, and Joe Reynolds

SICK
Joey LePage, Joe Reynolds, Rebecca Robinson, Tayler Gill and Stephen Mercantel

Best Lead Actor in a Comedy

Kenneth Wayne Bradley – Joe Cooper, KILLER JOE

Best Lead Actress in a Comedy

Killer Joe - Best Production of a Comedy

Rebecca Robinson – Maxine, SICK

Best Featured Actor in a Comedy

Adam Hilton – Bob, I WALMART

Stephen Mercantel – Davey- SICK

Best Featured Actress in a Comedy

Katie Debuys  Sharla  Killer Joe