BroadwayWorld Seattle Spotlights Asian American Artists in 2016

BroadwayWorld Seattle Showcases Local Artists for 2016

More accolades and recognition for Seattle Asian American theatre artists roll in, this time from BrowadwayWorld Seattle‘s critic, Jay Irwin. They include:

  • Best Costume Design (Local)
    Jocelyne Fowler – A Hand of Talons from Pork Filled Productions
  • Best Featured Actor in a Play (Local)
    Honorable Mention
    Ray Tagavilla – The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, from Sound Theatre
  • Best Featured Actress in a Musical (Local)
    Honorable Mention
    Sara Porkalob – Pump Boys and Dinettes, Village Theatre
  • Best Featured Actress in a Play (Local)
    Honorable Mention
    Keiko Green – Dangerous Liaisons, ACT
  • Best Leading Actress in a Musical (Local)
    Honorable Mention
    Diana Huey – Disney’s The Little Mermaid from The 5th Avenue Theatre
  • Best Lighting Design (Local)
    Honorable Mention
    Reed Nakayama – The Birds from Strawberry Theatre Workshop
  • Best Musical Direction (Local)
    R.J. Tancioco – Pump Boys and Dinettes from Village Theatre
  • Best NEW/ORIGINAL/ADAPTATION play/musical (Local)
    Honorable Mention
    Maggie Lee – A Hand of Talons from Pork Filled Productions
  • Person to Watch (Local)
    Sara Porkalob

Hm. Another double hand full….

http://www.broadwayworld.com/seattle/article/BWW-2016-Seattle-Critics-Choice-Awards-Jays-Picks-20161231

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