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Lucille Lortel Award

Lucille Lortel Awards
Awarded for Excellence in Off-Broadway theatre
Country United States
Presented by the League of Off-Broadway Theatres and Producers
First awarded 1986
Official website http://www.lortelaward.com

The Lucille Lortel Awards recognize excellence in New York Off-Broadway theatre.[1] The Awards are named for Lucille Lortel, an actress and theater producer, and have been awarded since 1986.[1][2] They are produced by the League of Off-Broadway Theatres and Producers by special arrangement with the Lucille Lortel Foundation, with additional support from the Theatre Development Fund.[1]

Other awards for off-Broadway theatre include the Obie Award, the Drama Desk Awards, the Drama League Award, the Outer Critics Circle Awards and the Henry Hewes Design Awards presented by the American Theatre Wing.

Awards

The awards ceremony for the 2008-2009 season was held on May 3, 2009 at the Marriott Marquis Hotel (New York City); the nominations were announced on April 2.[3] The nominations for the 2009-2010 season were announced on April 1, 2010, and the winners were announced at a ceremony on May 2, 2010 held at Terminal 5 in New York City.[4]

The nominations for the 2010-2011 season were announced on March 31, 2011, and the winners were announced on May 1, 2011 at the NYU Skirball Center, with hosts Zach Braff and Samantha Bee.[5] Special Awards were given to Lynne Meadow (Lifetime Achievement Award); Gary Glaser (Service to Off-Broadway Award); Gatz - Produced by The Public Theater (Outstanding Alternative Theatrical Experience).

The nominees for the 2011-2012 season were announced on March 29, 2012; the award ceremony was held on May 6, 2012 at the Skirball Center with host Mario Cantone.[6] Special (non-competitive) awards were announced: Richard Frankel (Lifetime Achievement Award); Richard Foreman (Playwrights' Sidewalk Inductee; Fire Department of the City of New York (FDNY) (Service to Off-Broadway Award); and Voca People – Produced by Doron Lida, Revital Kalfo, Leeorna Solomons and Eva Price (Outstanding Alternative Theatrical Experience).[7]

The awards for the 2012-2013 season were announced on May 5, 2013 with hosts Aasif Mandvi and Maura Tierney. Special Awards were presented to: Todd Haimes, Lifetime Achievement Award; Neil LaBute, Playwrights' Sidewalk Inductee; Theatre Development Fund, Outstanding Body of Work Award; and Old Hats by Bill Irwin and David Shiner, Outstanding Alternative Theatrical Experience.[8]

Award categories

Awards are given in the following categories:

  • Outstanding Play
  • Outstanding Musical
  • Outstanding Solo Show
  • Outstanding Revival
  • Outstanding Director
  • Outstanding Choreographer
  • Outstanding Lead Actor
  • Outstanding Lead Actress
  • Outstanding Featured Actor
  • Outstanding Featured Actress
  • Outstanding Scenic Design
  • Outstanding Costume Design
  • Outstanding Lighting Design
  • Outstanding Sound Design
  • Outstanding Lifetime Achievement

List of winners and nominees

List of winners and nominees

See also

References

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