The Little Theatre

     

Mark Oliver
Best Supporting Actor
MARK OLIVER

Rose Dingas
Golden Prop
CAMILLE DICKINSON

Patti Earl & Brian Fitzgibbons
Most Improved
PATTI EARL

Judi Szeiler
Best Actress in Drama
JUDI SZEILER

Brian Fitzgibbons
Best Actor in Musical
BRIAN FITZGIBBONS

Harriett Winokur
Golden Whip
HARRIET WINOKUR

Pat Justin
Best Actress in a Musical
PAT JUSTIN

Linda Holbert
Meanest Character
LINDA HOLBERT

   

photos by Sandi Carroll
Hal Linn & Rose Dingas
An Evening At The Hammys: EmCees Hal Linn and Rose Dingas hamming it up at
The 2005-2006 Hammy Awards

Saturday, May 15, 2004 The 2005/2006 season casts and crews were honored at Hammy’s Night on June 24. Cocktails and hors d’houvres occurred right on time at 6 p.m. and the show kicked off at 7 with Hal Linn and Rose Dingas emceeing the event.

This year, the show featured tunes from Broadway. It was a gala occasion with Shelly Wawrzonek singing Memories from Cats and Summertime from Porgy & Bess. Patti Earl wowed every one with her rendition of Makin’ Whoopee! from the 1928 hit, Whoopee!. Her encore number was I Could Have Danced All Night from My Fair Lady.

Pat Justin performed two numbers, belting out Cabaret from Cabaret and Everything’s Coming Up Roses from Gypsy. The three singers got together for the Chorus Line hit, One. Bill Cook was the Musical Director and provided piano accompaniment.

The following actors and cast members were called to the stage to receive their Hammys:

MOST PROMISING NEWCOMER: Katie Nettles as Jane Leighton in Victoria’s House
BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Laurie Kraker as Margaret St. James in Victoria’s House
BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR: Mark Oliver as Nunzio in Over The River And Through The Woods.
BEST IN A SMALL ROLE: Dayl Johns as Marjorie Marivale in Who’s In Bed With The Butler?
MOST IMPROVED: Patti Earl as Sister Mary Octavia in Meshuggah Nuns!
BEST COSTUME: Ruth Stammen & Rose Dingas for the Bird Woman in Sugar Bean Sisters
BEST PROP: Camille Dickinson for the nuns’ giveaways in Meshuggah Nuns!
BEST LIGHTS & SOUND: Ted Pack & Bill Cook for Sugar Bean Sisters
GOLDEN WHIP: Harriet Winokur for Chapter Two.
BEST SET: John Stenko & Bill Roehrborn for Sugar Bean Sisters.
BEST SET DECORATION: Mary Monnier, Jane Wilkins & Helen Kramer for Sugar Bean Sisters.

MOST VERSATILE ACTOR OR ACTRESS: Carol Cole, who appeared major roles in three shows in the 2005/2006 season — Victoria’s House, Who’s In Bed With The Butler & Sugar Bean Sisters.
BEST ACCENT OR DIALECT: Sparky Holmes as Frank in Over The River And Through The Woods.
MEANEST CHARACTER PORTRAYAL: Linda Holbert as Faye in Sugar Bean Sisters.
SWEETEST CHARACTER: Jo Patterson as Sister Amnesia in Meshuggah Nuns!
BEST ACTRESS IN A COMEDY: Kimla Dodds as Susie Legere in Who’s In Bed With The Butler?
BEST ACTOR IN A COMEDY: Don Campbell as Detective William Davis, Jr. in Who’s In Bed With The Butler?
BEST ACTRESS IN A DRAMA: Judi Szeiler as Mrs. Case in Victoria’s House.
BEST ACTOR IN A DRAMA: Dan Blazi as Neil Bannister in Victoria’s House.
BEST ACTRESS IN A MUSICAL: Pat Justin as Sister Mary Hubert in Meshuggah Nuns!
BEST ACTOR IN A MUSICAL: Brian Fitzgibbons as Howard Liszt in Meshuggah Nuns!
Directors receiving Hammys this year were: Shelly Wawrzonek for Victoria’s House, Susan Wagner for Chapter Two, John Stenko for Meshuggah Nuns!, Dottie Hughes for Who’s In Bed With The Butler?, Lawrence Benjamin for Sugar Bean Sisters and Jane Taylor for Over The River And Through The Woods.

Carol Cole
Most Versatile
CAROL COLE
Don Campbell
Best Actor in Comedy
DON CAMPBELL
Bill Roehrborn
Best Set
BILL ROEHRBORN
Kimla Dodds
Best Actress in Comedy
KIMLA DODDS
Bill & Ted
Best Lights/Sound
BILL COOK & TED PACK
Jo Patterson
Sweetest Character
JO PATTERSON
Sparky Holmes
Best Accent
SPARKY HOLMES


   


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