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The ATG is pleased to announce the nominees for its 2009/2010 "Curtain Call" Awards.

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And for the 2010 ATG "Curtain Call" Awards, the nominees are...


Best Show - Musical
  • Different Fields (SINGular Productions)
  • Seussical Jr (Swell Productions)
  • The Girl of the Golden West (State Opera of South Australia)

Best Show - Drama
  • Mnemonic (State Theatre Company of South Australia)
  • Saskia Falls (Vitalstatistix Theatre Company)
  • The Share (five.point.one)
  • Three in the Back, Two in the Head (Bakehouse Theatre Company)

Best Show - Comedy
  • Boys’ Life (Accidental Productions)
  • Grug (Windmill Performing Arts)
  • Man Covets Bird (Slingsby)
  • The Hypochondriac (Brink Productions)

Best Male Performance
  • David Rock (Cold Comfort, Accidental Productions)
  • Matthew Crook (The Share, five.point.one)
  • Nathan O’Keefe (Man Covets Bird, Slingsby)
  • Peter Michell (Different Fields, SINGular Productions)

Best Female Performance
  • Caitlin McCreanor (Boys’ Life, Accidental Productions)
  • Deborah Caddy (Different Fields, SINGular Productions)
  • Emma Beech (Saskia Falls, Vitalstatistix Theatre Company)
  • Hannah Norris (My Name is Rachel Corrie, Daniel Clarke)

Best Ensemble
  • King Lear (State Theatre Company of South Australia)
  • The Embryos (Duende Theatre Company)
  • The Price (State Theatre Company of South Australia)
  • The Wizard of Oz (Windmill Performing Arts)

Best Technical
  • Geoff Cobham & Wendy Todd, Production Design (Man Covets Bird, Slingsby)
  • Jonathon Oxlade, Set Design (Grug, Windmill Performing Arts)
  • Peter Nielsen & Nic Mollison, Lighting Design (On Ego, Michael Hill & Theimagen)
  • Stuart Day, Sound Design (Mnemonic, State Theatre Company of South Australia)


Best Show - Musical
  • Anything Goes (Therry Dramatic Society)
  • Monty Python’s Spamalot (Northern Light Theatre Company)
  • The Pirates of Penzance (Gilbert & Sullivan Society of South Australia)
  • The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Matt Byrne Media)

Best Show - Drama
  • My Boy Jack (Independent Theatre Company)
  • One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (Stirling Players)
  • Proof (Stirling Players)
  • The History Boys (Mixed Salad Productions)

Best Show - Comedy
  • Bedroom Farce (Galleon Theatre Group)
  • Caught in the Net (Tea Tree Players)
  • Frankie & Johnny in the Clair de Lune (Mixed Salad Productions)
  • Vanity Fair (Independent Theatre Company)

Best Male Performance
  • Adam Tuominen (Frankie & Johnny in the Clair de Lune, Mixed Salad Productions)
  • Brant Eustice (Oleanna, University of Adelaide Theatre Guild)
  • Jamie Jewell (Pippin, Hills Musical Company)
  • Todd Clappis (The History Boys, Mixed Salad Productions)

Best Female Performance
  • Anna Steen (Vanity Fair, Independent Theatre Company)
  • Megan Humphries (Monty Python’s Spamalot, Northern Light Theatre Company)
  • Theresa Sugars (Frankie & Johnny in the Clair de Lune, Mixed Salad Productions)
  • Zoe Komazec (Anything Goes, Therry Dramatic Society)

Best Ensemble
  • Are You Being Served? (Tea Tree Players)
  • Flat Spin (Daw Park Players)
  • Influence (University of Adelaide Theatre Guild)
  • They’re Playing Our Song (St Jude’s Players)

Best Technical
  • Ann Humphries, Costume Design (Monty Python’s Spamalot, Northern Light Theatre Company)
  • David Lampard, Set Design (The Pirates of Penzance, Gilbert & Sullivan Society of South Australia)
  • Jamie Jewell, Costume Design (Pippin, Hills Musical Company)
  • Rob Croser & David Roach, Set Design (My Boy Jack, Independent Theatre Company)