Winners of Bruce Awards for Excellence in the Open Section of the 26th Annual Awards.

Production of the Year

All Shook Up, CLOC Musical Theatre

Direction

Shaun Kingma, Next to Normal, Williamstown Musical Theatre Company

Musical Direction – Tied

Andrew McCalman, Sunset Boulevard, CLOC Musical Theatre

and

Danny Forward, All Shook Up, CLOC Musical Theatre

Choreography – Tied

Jordan Punsalang, Cats, Footlight Productions

and

Amy Anselmi, Godspell, Horsham Arts Council

Settings – Tied

Andrew Bellchambers, Cats, Footlight Productions

and

John Shelbourn, All Shook Up, CLOC Musical Theatre


Wardrobe

Tyler Hess, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Mountain District Musical Society

Lighting

Brad Alcock, Hairspray, PLOS Musical Productions

Technical Achievement

Hairspray, PLOS Musical Productions

Male Performer in a Leading Role

Jonathan Guthrie-Jones, Chad, All Shook Up, CLOC Musical Theatre

Female Performer in a Leading Role

Rosa McCarty, Diana Goodman, Next to Normal, Williamstown Musical Theatre Company

Male Performer in a Supporting Role

Mark Stefanoff, Angel, Rent, BuSTCo (Burwood Student Theatre Company)


Female Performer in a Supporting Role

Lauren Elise, Judy Garland, The Boy from Oz, Altona City Theatre

Junior Performer in an Open Production

Jack Turner, Jack, Into the Woods, SPX Waterdale Players

Gladys Moncrieff Award for First Performance in a Featured Role

Jay Nelson, Moonface Martin, Anything Goes, Wonthaggi Theatrical Group

Dancer’s Award

Will Hanley, Billy, Anything Goes, Wonthaggi Theatrical Group

Cameo Performance

Paul Watson, Elocution Teacher, Singin’ in the Rain, CenterStage Geelong

Ensemble Performance

The cast, Godspell, Horsham Arts Council

Design Award

Brenton Staples, mansion set, Sunset Boulevard, CLOC Musical Theatre

Concert/Revue Performance

Fab Nobs 10th Fabiversary Concert, Fab Nobs Theatre

Special Awards

Musicians Award: Amber Simm

Life Membership: Mary-Ellen Wallace-Smith

Special Award: Val Pagram

Edith Harrhy Award: Rohan Luke.

There were 56 Open Section productions in 2012
 

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