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TDPS IN 2018 HELEN HAYES AWARD NOMINATIONS

Congratulations to the faculty, graduate students and alumni from the University of Maryland’s School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies (TDPS), that were nominated for 2018 Helen Hayes Awards in recognition of their phenomenal work in the Washington D.C. theater scene.

See the full list of nominees in The Washington Post.

Outstanding Costume Design — Hayes
Helen Q. Huang, “Fickle: A Fancy French Farce,” Olney Theatre Center

Outstanding Costume Design — Helen
Robert Croghan, “In the Heights,” GALA Hispanic Theatre
Debra Kim Sivigny, “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,” 1st Stage

Outstanding Lighting Design — Helen
A.J. Guban, “The Wild Party,” Constellation Theatre Company

Outstanding Set Design — Hayes
Paige Hathaway (set), Olivia Sebesky (projection), “Me . . . Jane: The Dreams & Adventures of Young Jane Goodall,” Kennedy Center
Paige Hathaway, “Or,” Round House Theatre
Misha Kachman, “HIR,” Woolly Mammoth and Olney Theatre Center and Round House Theatre Company
Milagros Ponce de León, “In the Heights,” Olney Theatre Center and Round House Theatre

Outstanding Set Design — Helen
A.J. Guban, “The Arabian Nights,” Constellation Theatre Company
Debra Kim Sivigny, “Forgotten Kingdoms,” Rorschach Theatre
Debra Kim Sivigny and Patti Kalilm, “Hello, My Name Is . . .” The Welders

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Musical — Hayes
Aaron Bliden, “Wonderland: Alice’s Rock & Roll Adventure,” Imagination Stage

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Musical — Hayes
Korinn Walfall, “Caroline, or Change,” Round House Theatre

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Play — Hayes
Felicia Curry, “Nina Simone: Four Women,” Arena Stage

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Play — Helen
Gwen Grastorf, “The Late Wedding,” Hub Theatre

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Musical — Helen
Vaughn Ryan Midder, “In the Heights,” GALA Hispanic Theatre

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Play — Hayes
Caroline Stefanie Clay, “Skeleton Crew,” Studio Theatre

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Play — Helen
Felicia Curry, “Lela & Co,” Factory 449

Photo: Constellation Theatre Company's "The Wild Party." (Daniel Schwartz via The Washington Post)

Date of Publication: 
2/5/18