Monday, 4 March 2013

2013 THESPY AWARDS: And the winners are…

Jambiz’s refreshing and robustly acted musical comedy Glass Slippaz has bested all contenders in this year’s Thespian Spirit Awards (put on by TALLAWAH Magazine for the third consecutive year), waltzing away with wins in three key categories, including the coveted Acting Ensemble award. Aston Cooke’s rollicking revue Fifty 2 Rahtid, meantime, earned second place with a pair of well-deserved wins for Cooke and terrific newcomer Akeem Mignott. Below, take a look at the complete list of winners: 

Outstanding Acting Ensemble: 
Fifty 2 Rahtid 
Glass Slippaz --- WINNER 
God’s Way 2 
Ruined 
Stanley, Fay, Pularchie & P 

Outstanding Actor in a Lead Role: 
Fabian Barracks – Wine & Roses 
Glen Campbell – Glass Slippaz 
Carl Samuels – God’s Way 2 --- WINNER 
Dennis Titus – Stanley, Fay, Pularchie & P 
Wynton Williams – The Messiah 

Outstanding Actress in a Lead Role: 
Sakina Deer – Glass Slippaz 
Sherando Ferrill – Stanley, Fay, Pularchie & P 
Dahlia Harris – God’s Way 2 
Risanne Martin – Ruined --- WINNER 
Deon Silvera – Fifty 2 Rahtid 

Outstanding Supporting Actress: 
Suzette Barrett – Stanley, Fay, Pularchie & P --- WINNER 
Faith Bucknor – Skoolaz 
Abigail Grant – Scandal 
Sharee McDonald-Russell – Yard 2012 
Nadean Rawlins – God’s Way 2 

Outstanding Supporting Actor: 
Donald Anderson – Glass Slippaz --- WINNER
Chris Daley – Scandal 
Chris McFarlane – Dangerous Ambitions 
Akeem Mignott – Fifty 2 Rahtid 
Ainsley Whyte – God’s Way 2 

Breakthrough Performance: 
Fabian Barracks – Wine & Roses 
Akeem Mignott – Fifty 2 Rahtid --- WINNER 
Etesia Ramsey – De Weddin’ Scamma 
David-Andrew Reid – Hercules 
Junior Williams – Krosses 

Outstanding Writer: 
Patrick Brown – Glass Slippaz 
Aston Cooke – Fifty 2 Rahtid --- WINNER 
Barbara Gloudon – Skoolaz 
Dahlia Harris – God’s Way 2 
Keiran King – Mr. & Mrs. Blacke 

Outstanding Director: 
Patrick Brown and Trevor Nairne – Glass Slippaz --- WINNER 
Robert Clarke – Skoolaz 
Pablo Hoilett – Stanley, Fay, Pularchie & P 
David Tulloch – Wine & Roses 
Eugene Williams – Ruined




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