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Falstaff Awards 2007

Falstaff Awards

Best Play or Musical:

Winner: King Lear (Royal Shakespeare Co.)

Nominees: King Lear (Royal Shakespeare Co.), Macbeth (Chichester Festival/Gielgud Theatre), Richard III (Classic Stage Co.), The Tempest (Oregon Shakespeare Festival), Cymbeline (Cheek by Jowl), Timon of Athens (American Players Theater), Othello (Donmar Warehouse)

Best Principal Performance, Male:

Winner: Sir Ian McKellen (King Lear, Royal Shakespeare Co.)

Nominees: Sir Ian McKellen (King Lear, Royal Shakespeare Co.), Patrick Stewart (Macbeth, Chichester Festival/Gielgud Theatre), Michael Cumpsty (Richard III, Classic Stage Co.), Brian Mani (Timon of Athens, American Players Theater), James Ridge (Merchant of Venice, American Players Theater), Ewan MacGregor (Othello, Donmar Warehouse)

Best Principal Performance, Female:

Winner: Lauren Ambrose (Romeo & Juliet, Public Theatre)

Nominees: Charon Cross (Cymbeline, Chicago Shakespeare Theater), Lauren Ambrose (Romeo & Juliet, Public Theatre)

Best Supporting Performance, Male:

Winner: Michael Potts (Richard III, Classic Stage Co.)

Nominees: Michael Potts (Richard III, Classic Stage Co.), Jonathan Cake (Cymbeline, Lincoln Center Theatre), Adam Dannheiser (Cymbeline, Lincoln Center Theatre), Michael Gotch (Much Ado About Nothing, American Players Theater)

Best Supporting Performance, Female:

Winner: Roberta Maxwell (Richard III, Classic Stage Co.)

Nominees: Roberta Maxwell (Richard III, Classic Stage Co.), Cat Thompson (Henry IV, Pt. 2, Marin Shakespeare Co.)

Best Director:

Winner: Rupert Goold (Macbeth, Chichester Festival/Gielgud Theatre)

Nominees: Rupert Goold (Macbeth, Chichester Festival/Gielgud Theatre), Brian Kulick/Michael Cumpsty (Richard III, Classic Stage Co.), Barbara Gaines (Troilus & Cressida, Chicago Shakespeare Theater), Libby Appel (The Tempest, Oregon Shakespeare Festival)

Best Scenic Design:

Winner: Mark Wendland (Richard III, Classic Stage Co.)

Nominees: Mark Wendland (Richard III, Classic Stage Co.), Michael Yeargan (Cymbeline, Lincoln Center Theatre), Andrea Bechert (Twelfth Night, Theatreworks), Tom Burch (Taming of the Shrew, Chicago Shakespeare Theater)

Best Sound Design:

Winner: Billie Cox (The Complete Works of Shakespeare, Abridged, Marin Shakespeare Co.)

Nominees: Billie Cox (The Complete Works of Shakespeare, Abridged, Marin Shakespeare Co.), Chris Cantelmi (Taming of the Shrew, Chicago Shakespeare Theater)

Best Lighting Design:

Winner: Brian MacDevitt (Cymbeline, Lincoln Center Theatre)

Nominees: Brian H. Scott (Richard III, Classic Stage Co.), Brian MacDevitt (Cymbeline, Lincoln Center Theatre)

Best Costume Design:

Winner: Ana Kuzmanic (Taming of the Shrew, Chicago Shakespeare Theater)

Nominees: Oana Botez-Ban (Richard III, Classic Stage Co.), Jess Goldstein (Cymbeline, Lincoln Center Theatre), Ana Kuzmanic (Taming of the Shrew, Chicago Shakespeare Theater)

Best Choreography or Fight Direction:

Winner: Dancing Henry V (ODC Theater)

Nominees: Dancing Henry V (ODC Theater), Troilus & Cressida (Chicago Shakespeare Theater), Richard III (First Folio Shakespeare Festival), Henry V (Royal Shakespeare Co.)

Best Script Adaptation/Dramaturgy:

Winner: Horatio by Isabelle Assante

Nominees: David H. Bell (Taming of the Shrew, Chicago Shakespeare Theater), Horatio by Isabelle Assante

Lear Award for Lifetime Achievement:

Winner: William Hutt

Best Film or DVD:

Winner: Hamlet: Two Disc Special Edition (dir. Kenneth Branagh)

Nominees: Hamlet: Two Disc Special Edition (dir. Kenneth Branagh), Shakespeare Retold (BBC)

Best Book or Publication:

Winner: RSC Complete Works by editors Jonathan Bate & Eric Rasmussen

Nominees: RSC Complete Works by editors Jonathan Bate & Eric Rasmussen, Shakespeare's Wordcraft by Scott Kaiser, Hamlet: The Texts of 1603 and 1623 (Arden) by Ann Thompson & Neil Taylor, Shakespeare & Co. by Stanley Wells

 
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