Nominees and Winners 2009

The 2009 Brickenden Awards

Wolf Performance Hall
Monday, January 25, 2010
Hosted by Jayson McDonald

Outstanding Production

My Name is Rachel Corrie – Dariusz Entertainment

Outstanding Director

Dariusz Korbiel – Doubt, A Parable

Outstanding Actor

Niall Cooke – The Last Days of Judas Iscariot

Outstanding Actress

Martha Zimmerman – Doubt, A Parable

Outstanding Supporting Actress

Katie Paxman – Doubt, A Parable

Outstanding Supporting Actor

Josh Cottrell – The Tempest

Outstanding Comedy

P.S. Your Cat Is Dead – Pacheco Theatre

Outstanding Musical Production

Company – Fountainhead Theatreworks

Bravest Production

Karla and Grif – The Verve Theatre

Outstanding Ballyhoo

P.S. Your Cat Is Dead – Pacheco Theatre

Outstanding Set Design

The Last Days of Judas Iscariot – Jordan Morris, Mark Piggot, Rob Cousins, Rodel Manoy, Shane Wilcox

Outstanding Costume Design

Brenda Fieldhouse – The Duncombe Rebellion 1837

Outstanding Lighting Design

Rob Coles – P.S. Your Cat Is Dead

Outstanding Sound Design

Andrew Johnson – The Tempest

Outstanding Youth Production

The Boy Friend – Theatre Laurier

Outstanding Touring Production

The Stories of Cesar Chavez – Fred Blanco

Outstanding Original Script

Scenes For A War – Dan Ebbs

Chris Doty Award

Jeff Culbert