TDPS in the 2019 Helen Hayes Award Nominations

February 5, 2019

Congratulations to the faculty and alumni from the University of Maryland’s School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies (TDPS) who were nominated for 2019 Helen Hayes Awards! Check out all the TDPS folks who were recognized for their phenomenal work in the theater scene of DC, Maryland, and Virginia.

 

Outstanding Choreography in a Play - Hayes

  • Colette Krogol and Matt Reeves (Orange Grove Dance), How to Catch a Star, The Kennedy Center

Outstanding Costume Design - Hayes

  • Ivania Stack, Cinderella, Imagination Stage

Outstanding Costume Design - Helen

  • Kelsey Hunt, The Caucasian Chalk Circle, Constellation Theatre Company
  • Debra Kim Sivigny, The Lathe of Heaven, Spook Action Theater
  • Debra Kim Sivigny, Swimming with Whales, 1st Stage

Outstanding Lighting Design - Hayes

  • Andrew Cissna, John, Signature Theatre

Outstanding Set Design - Hayes

  • Paige Hathaway, John, Signature Theatre
  • Emily Lotz, The Princess & the Pauper - A Bollywood Tale, Imagination Stage

Outstanding Set Design - Helen

  • A.J. Guban, The Caucasian Chalk Circle, Constellation Theatre Company
  • Misha Kachman, Girlfriend, Signature Theatre
  • Daniel Pinha, The Trial, Synetic Theater

Outstanding Sound Design - Helen

  • Michael Winch, The Frederick Douglass Project, Solas Nua
  • Michael Winch, How to Keep an Alien, Solas Nua

Outstanding Direction in a Play - Hayes

  • Paige Hernandez, Queens Girl in Africa, Mosaic Theater Company of DC

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Play - Helen

  • Moriamo Temidayo Akibu, The Interstellar Ghost Hour, Longacre Lea

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Musical - Helen

  • Aaron Bliden, Fly by Night, 1st Stage

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Play - Hayes

  • Erika Rose, Queens Girls in Africa, Mosaic Theater Company of DC

Robert Prosky Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Play - Helen

  • Matthew R. Wilson, Swimming with Whales, 1st Stage

Outstanding Original Play or Musical Adaptation

  • Patti Kalil, Rachel Menyuk, Eric Swartz, Don Cristobal, Pointless Theatre
  • Jared Mezzocchi, How to Catch a Star, The Kennedy Center

Outstanding Theatre for Young Audiences Production

Judy Moody & Stink: The Mad, Mad, Mad Mad Treasure Hunt, Adventure Theatre

directed by Mitchell Hébert, with Heather Gibson, Philip Kershaw, Kristen Ahern, and Paige Hathaway among the cast and design team