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2014 Ovation Awards: Complete List of Winners

Actresses arrive during the 25th Annual LA Stage Alliance Ovation Awards held at
the San Gabriel Mission Playhouse on Sunday, Nov. 2, 2014, in San Gabriel, Calif.
Photo Credit: Ryan Miller/Capture Imaging)
The 2014 LA STAGE Alliance Ovation Award winners were announced at the San Gabriel Mission Playhouse on Sunday, November 2.

For the 2013-2014 voting season, there were a grand total of 195 nominations for 78 productions, presented by 49 companies. There were 318 total productions registered from 137 companies. Of those productions registered, 78 were Ovation Recommended, identified during their runs as scoring in the top quarter of all productions in the Overall Production categories.

And the winners were:

Best Season: Fountain Theatre

Outstanding Play (Large Theatre): "The Country House," Geffen Playhouse

Outstanding Play (Intimate Theatre): "The Recommendation," IAMA Theatre Company

Outstanding Musical (Large Theatre): "Floyd Collins," La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts

Outstanding Musical (Intimate Theatre): "110 In the Shade," Actors Co-op

Presented Production: "Matthew Bourne's Sleeping Beauty," Center Theatre Group

Playwright of an Original Play: Meghan Brown, "The Pliant Girls," Fugitive Kind Theater

Ensemble of a Play: "The Country House," Geffen Playhouse

Ensemble of a Musical: "Maurice Hines is Tappin' Thru Life," Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts

Lead Actor in a Musical: James Barbour, "LES MISERABLES," La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts

Lead Actor in a Play: Malcolm Barrett, "The Recommendation," IAMA Theatre Company

Lead Actress in a Musical: Nicole Parker, "Funny Girl," 3-D Theatricals

Lead Actress in a Play: Deborah Strang, "Come Back, Little Sheba," A Noise Within

Featured Actor in a Musical: Leigh Wakeford, "The Producers," 3-D Theatricals

Featured Actor in a Play: Hugo Armstrong, "Backyard," the Echo Theater Company

Featured Actress in a Musical: Tracy Lore, "Mel Brooks' Young Frankenstein," Musical Theatre West

Featured Actress in a Play: Rebecca Gray, "Fireman," The Echo Theater Company

Director of a Musical: Richard Israel, "Floyd Collins," La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts

Director of a Play: Guillermo Cienfuegos, "Henry V," Pacific Resident Theatre

Director of a Play: Amanda McRaven, "The Pliant Girls," Fugitive Kind Theater

Music Direction: Sherrie Maricle, "Maurice Hines is Tappin' Thru Life," Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts

Lyrics/Composition for a World Premiere Musical: Ross Golan, "The Wrong Man," Skylight Theatre Company

Book of an Original Musical: Ross Golan, "The Wrong Man," Skylight Theatre Company

Choreographer: Kelly Todd, "Lysistrata Jones," Chance Theater

Lighting Design (Intimate Theatre): Jeremy Pivnick, "Everything You Touch," The Theatre @ Boston Court, and Rattlestick Playwrights Theater

Lighting Design (Large Theatre): Peter Kaczorowski, "The Country House," Geffen Playhouse

Costume Design (Intimate Theatre): Jenny Foldenauer, "Everything You Touch," The Theatre @ Boston Court, and Rattlestick Playwrights Theater

Costume Design (Large Theatre): Michael Krass, "Parfumerie," Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts

Scenic Design (Intimate Theatre): Jeff McLaughlin, "Pray To Ball," Skylight Theatre Company

Scenic Design (Large Theatre): Allen Moyer, "Parfumerie," Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts

Sound Design (Intimate Theatre): John Zalewski, "Everything You Touch," The Theatre @ Boston Court, and Rattlestick Playwrights Theater

Sound Design (Large Theatre): Richard Woodbury, "Slowgirl," Geffen Playhouse

Video Designer: Adam Flemming, Michael Hoy, "The Wrong Man," Skylight Theatre Company

Ovation Honors (Fight Choreography): Ahmed Best, "Backyard," The Echo Theater Company

Ovation Honors (Composition for a Play): Dave Robbins, "A Midsummer Night's Dream," Actors' Gang

Ovation Honors (Puppet Design): Michelle Zamora, "Roald Dahl's The Magic Finger," MainStreet Theatre Company

RELATED:
* Ovation Awards Nominees Include Kirsten Vangsness, Blythe Danner, Leon Russom & Chris L. McKenna
* Kate Burton and Katie Lowes to Host 2014 Ovation Awards

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