Vintage Theatre | Awards & Nominations
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2016

Henry Awards

  • Outstanding Play, Rabbit Hole
  • Ensemble Performance, Rabbit Hole
  • Supporting Actress in Play, Maggy Stacy, Rabbit Hole
  • Supporting Actor in a Play, Marc Stith, Rabbit Hole

Henry Nominations

  • Best Set Design, Rabbit Hole
  • Supporting Actress in a Play, Deborah Persoff, Rabbit Hole
  • Outstanding Direction of  a Play, Bernie Cardell, Rabbit Hole
  • Outstanding Actress in a Musical, Marcia Ragonetti, Sunset Boulevard

2013

Marlowe Awards

  • Outstanding Ensemble – Closer
  • Best Production of a play, Drama – RFK
  • Outstanding Director of a play, Drama – Terry Dodd –  RFK
  • Best Lighting – Frank Haas – Shadowlands
  • Best Choreography – Matt Lafontaine – In the Heights
  • Best Scenic Design – Tobias Harding – Shadowlands
  • Best Sound Design – Luke Allen Terry – Veronica’s Room
  • Outstanding Actor in a One-Person Play – James O’Hagan Murphy – RFK
  • Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Play, Drama – Erica Fox – Closer
  • Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Musical – Mark Shonsey – Young Frankenstein
  • Outstanding Actor in a Musical – Seth Maisel – Young Frankenstein

2012

Henry Awards

  • Best Supporting Actress in a Musical – Winner: Arlene Rapal, Avenue Q

2011

Henry Awards

  • Best Director of a Musical – Nominee: Craig Bond, Grey Gardens
  • Best Lead Actress in a Musical – Winner: Megan Van De Hey, Grey Gardens
  • Best Supporting Actress in a Musical – Nominee: Deborah Persoff, Grey Gardens
  • Outstanding Season for a Company – Nominee: Vintage Theatre

2010

Denver Post Ovation Award Nominations

  • Best year by an actress: Haley Johnson: Spotlight’s “And Then There Were None” (Vera); Miners Alley’s “The Underpants” (Louise); Vintage Theatre’s “Angels in America” (Harper)
  • Best year by a director: Bernie Cardell, Celebrationworks’ “Your Dilly Dilly Heart,” Vintage Theatre’s “Angels in America” and “You Can’t Take it With You”; Performance Now’s “The King and I”
  • Best drama: Vintage Theatre’s “Angels in America”
    Actor, dramatic role:  James O’Hagan-Murphy, Joe Pitt, Vintage Theatre’s “Angels in America”
  • Actress, dramatic role:  Haley Johnson, Harper, Vintage Theatre’s “Angels in America”
  • Actor, comic role: Bernie Cardell, Jack, Vintage Theatre’s “Leading Ladies”
    Ensemble: Vintage Theatre’s “Angels in America”
  • Scenic design:  Gillian Waggoner, Vintage Theatre’s “The Goodbye People”
  • Best musical: Vintage Theatre’s “Avenue Q”
  • Best actress, musical:  Megan Van de Hey, Vintage Theatre’s “Grey Gardens”
  • Best supporting actor, musical: Michael Bouchard, Rod, Vintage Theatre’s “Avenue Q”
  • Best supporting actress, musical: Carolyn Lohr, Kate Monster, Vintage Theatre’s “Avenue Q”
  • Best supporting actress, comic role: Arlene Rapal, Christmas Eve, Vintage Theatre’s “Avenue Q”
  • Best director of a musical: Bernie Cardell, Vintage Theatre’s “Avenue Q”
  • Best ensemble: Vintage Theatre’s “Avenue Q”
  • Best multimedia integration: Rob Rehburg, Vintage Theatre’s “Avenue Q”

David Marlowe Awards

  • Best Actress in a Musical – Megan Van de Hey, Grey Gardens
  • Best Supporting Actress in a Musical – Deborah Persoff, Grey Gardens
  • Best Actor in a Musical – Keith Rabin Jr., Avenue Q
  • Best Actor in a Play (Drama) – Kurt Brighton, Equus
  • Best Actress in a Play (Comedy) – Annie Oberbrockling, On Golden Pond
  • Best Music Direction – Marsha Whitaker, Avenue Q
  • Best Sound Design – Jonathan Scott-McKean, Equus
  • Best Direction of a Musical  – Bernie Cardell, Avenue Q  and Craig A. Bond, Grey Gardens
  • Best Lighting Design – Jonathan Scott-McKean, Equus
  • Best Direction of a Play (Drama) – Craig A. Bond, Equus
  • Best Direction of a Play (Comedy)  – Bernie Cardell, Love! Valour! Compassion
  • Best Scenic Design  – Peggy Morgan-Stenmark, Equus
  • Best Production of a Play (Drama) – Equus
  • Best Production of a Musical  –  Avenue Q  and Grey Gardens
  • Special Award(s) for Outstanding Contribution to a Musical – Puppet design by Corey Gilstrap for Avenue Q, Puppet construction by Donald Nash for Avenue Q
  • Best Season – Vintage Theatre

2009

David Marlowe Awards

  • Best Production, Comedy – Kimberly Akimbo
  • Best Actress, Comedy – Judy Phelan Hill, Kimberly Akimbo
  • Best Supporting Actress, Comedy – Libby Rife, Kimberly Akimbo

2008

David Marlowe Awards

  • Best Actress in a Drama – Haley Johnson, A Streetcar Named Desire
  • Best Actor in a Drama – Kurt Brighton, A Streetcar Named Desire
  • Best Actor in a Comedy – Robert Kramer, Murderers
  • Best Supporting Actress Drama – Michelle Grimes, The Little Foxes
  • Best Supporting Actor Drama – Patrick Collins, The Little Foxes
  • Best Director Drama – Craig A. Bond, A Streetcar Named Desire
  • Best Scenic Design – Nick Kargel, A Streetcar Named Desire
  • Peggy Morgan-Stenmark, The Little Foxes
  • Best Costumes – Bonnie MacLachlan, A Streetcar Named Desire
  • Best Sound – Ray Berry, A Streetcar Named Desire

Henry Awards

  • Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Play – Patrick Collins, A Streetcar Named Desire – Nominee
  • Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Play – Michelle Grimes, The Little Foxes and Libby Rife, Kimberly Akimbo – Nominee
  • Outstanding Sound Design – Ray Berry, A Streetcar Named Desire – Nominee
  • Outstanding Scenic Design – Nick Kargel, A Streetcar Named Desire – Nominee
  • Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Play – Judy Phelan-Hill, Kimberly Akimbo and Haley Johnson, A Streetcar Named Desire – Nominee
  • Outstanding Production of a Play – A Streetcar Named Desire – Nominee
  • Outstanding Direction of a Play – Craig A. Bond, A Streetcar Named Desire – Nominee
  • Outstanding Season for a Theatre Company – Vintage Theatre Productions – Nominee