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2001 Barclays Theatre Awards
The 2001 Barclays Theatre Awards were announced at a ceremony hosted by comedian Arthur Smith at the Royal Court Theatre last night,
The awards are presented by the Theatrical Management Association (TMA) - the only UK-wide awards for excellence in theatre. The winners are.....
Kate O’Toole for THREE TALL WOMEN, at the Lyric Theatre, Belfast
Paterson Joseph for the Royal Exchange Theatre Company’s LES BLANCS
Best Actress In A Supporting Role
Ann Louise Ross for THE WINTER’S TALE at Dundee Rep
Best Actor In A Supporting Role
Freddie Annobil for YERMA co-produced by The Theatre, Chipping Norton and Fifth Amendment on tour
Vicky Featherstone for SPLENDOUR, Paines Plough in association with the Peter Wolff Theatre Trust on tour
THE GONDOLIERS by W S Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan, adapted by John Doyle at The Watermill West Berkshire Playhouse, and Apollo Theatre, Shaftesbury Ave.
Best New Play
SPLENDOUR by Abi Morgan, Paines Plough in association with the Peter Wolff Theatre Trust on tour
Best Touring Production
THE FAR SIDE OF THE MOON written, directed and performed by Robert Lepage, script consultant Adam Nashman, artistic collaborator and project originator Peder Bjurman, original music composed and recorded by Laurie Anderson, produced by Ex Machina in co-production with Cultural Industry, Northern Stage at Newcastle Playhouse, The Royal National Theatre and Tramway Dark Lights, Glasgow
Laura Hopkins for MISTER HERACLES at West Yorkshire Playhouse
The Equity Award For Best Show For Children And Young People
The Unicorn Theatre’s TOM’S MIDNIGHT GARDEN by David Wood adapted from the book by Philippa Pearce, incidental music Stephen McNeff
Theatre Of The Year
The Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
Most Welcoming Theatre
Cambridge Arts Theatre
Outstanding Achievement In Opera
Richard Jones, Vladimir Jurowski and the Company for Welsh National Opera’s production of THE QUEEN OF SPADES
Outstanding Achievement In Dance
Rambert Dance Company for their performance of Mats Ek’s SHE WAS BLACK