Rodney Hicks, Mary Martello, Forrest McClendon Among Barrymore Award Winners
The Philadelphia Theatre Company's production of John Kander and Fred Ebb's highly-acclaimed musical The Scottsboro Boys, took home four awards, including Outstanding Production of a Musical, Outstanding Leading Actor in a Musical to Rodney Hicks, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Musical to Forrest McClendon, and Outstanding Ensemble in a Musical.
The Wilma Theatre's production of Annie Baker's Body Awareness also took home four awards: Outstanding Production of a Play, Outstanding Direction of a Play for Anne Kauffman, Outstanding Leading Actress in a Play to Mary Martello, and Outstanding Ensemble of a Play.
Flashpoint Theatre Company's production of Jacqueline Goldfinger's Slip/Shot received the Independence Foundation Award for Outstanding New Play, while Joe Calarco won Outstanding Direction of a Musical for 11th Hour Theatre Company's production of Adam Gwon's Ordinary Days.
Other acting winners included Richard Poe for Outstanding Leading Actor in a Play in The Outgoing Tide; Genevieve Perrier for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Play in Reasons to be Pretty; James Ijames for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Play for Angels in America, Part One: Millennium Approaches; Barbara D. Mills for Outstanding Actress in a Musical for Crowns, and Manna Nichols for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Musical for The King and I.
For a full list of winners, visit theateralliance.org.