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The 2012 Wilde Awards Program

By |2012-08-16T09:00:00-04:00August 16th, 2012|Michigan, News|

Presented at The Berman Center for the Performing Arts
West Bloomfield
Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2012

Welcome and Introduction

Awards Presentations:
Best Musical or Opera
Best Performance, Actress – Drama
Best Design – Costumes
Best Original One-Act Comedy
Best Performance, Actor – Musical or Opera
Best Choreography
Best New Script
Best Touring Production

WILDE-r Awards

Awards Presentations:
The Biggest Thank You Ever Award
Founders Award for Excellence
Best Performance, Actress – Comedy
Best Design – Lights
Best Performance – The Bard
Best Performance, Actress – Musical or Opera
Best Design – Props

Musical Entertainment
“Robocop: The Musical”
Go Comedy! Improv Theater

Awards Presentations:
Best Teamwork
Performance of the Century Award
Best Comedy
Best Performance, Actor – Drama
Best Music Direction
Best Performance, Actor – Original One-Act Comedy or Solo Performance
Best of the Bard
Best Design – Sets

A Word from our Sponsor

Awards Presentations:
Best Ensemble
The Jim Posante Community Pride Award
Best Performance, Actress – Original One-Act Comedy or Solo Performance
Best Play with LGBT Themes or Characters
Best Performance, Actor – Comedy
Best Performance, Actor – Musical
Best Drama
Critic’s Choice Award

Executive Producer
Michigan Equity Theatre Alliance

Sponsors:
Pride Source Media Group
Susan Horowitz & Jan Stevenson, publishers

Actors’ Equity Association

Producer & Host
Donald V. Calamia

Theater Critics
Martin F. Kohn
Michael H. Margolin
Jenn McKee
Sue Merrell
John Quinn
Bridgette M. Redman
Judith Cookis Rubens
Carolyn Hayes, guest critic

Acknowledgments
The Berman Center for the Performing Arts
Mark Lit, executive director, JCC of Metropolitan Detroit
Elaine (Hendriks) Smith, managing director
Eric W. Maher, technical director
Kevin Barron, box office manager

Actors’ Equity Association
David Lotz, national communications director
Christine Provost , central regional director
Dana Gamarra, Detroit area liaison chair

Fantasy Attic Costumes, Ypsilanti

The Between The Lines Staff

Go Comedy! Improv Theater
“Robocop: The Musical”
Book by Sean May. Music by Sean May and Ryan Parmenter. Choreography by Molly Zaleski. Vocal Coach is Jeremy Ryan Mossman. Directed by Joe Plambeck.

Featuring: Sean May, Tara Tomcsik, Christa Coulter, Genevieve Jona, Bryan Lark, Dez Walker, Sean McGettigan, Micah Caldwell, Brian Papandrea

Pj Jacokes, producer
Chris DiAngelo, artistic director
Tommy Leroy & Michelle LeRoy

Michigan Equity Theatre Alliance
Carla Milarch, chair
Chris Bremer, treasurer
Gary Anderson, secretary

Barbara Busby, Detroit Repertory Theatre
Chris Bremer, The Jewish Ensemble Theatre
Carla Milarch, Performance Network Theatre
Gary Anderson, Plowshares Theatre Company
Travis Walter, Meadow Brook Theatre
James Kuhl, Tipping Point Theatre
Tony Caselli, Williamston Theatre

About the Author:

BTL Staff
Between The Lines has been publishing LGBTQ-related content in Southeast Michigan since the early '90s. This year marks the publication's 27th anniversary.