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The ATG is delighted to announce the nominees for the 2006/2007 "Curtain Call" Awards. The selection process was particularly difficult this year with such a huge amount of theatre to include and a high standard of productions.

We congratulate every single nominee and hope that they will be proud of this achievement alone irrespective of the outcome on July 14. Some criteria that is considered for award nominees includes - shows have the overall package, being entertaining, good production values and a unique element whether it is taking a risk, trying something new or giving a freshness to something that is traditionally the same every time. Individuals have an overall high standard which stands out and is particularly memorable and has contributed to the quality of live theatre in Adelaide.

Tickets are selling fast for the ATG Gala & "Curtain Call" Awards Dinner on 14 July 2007. Click here for booking details.

And the nominees are...


Best Show - Musical
  • Dusty: The Original Pop Diva (Dusty Productions Pty Ltd)
  • Eurobeat: Almost Eurovision (Glynn Nicholas Group Production)
  • I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change! (Singular Productions)
  • Tough Girls (Vitalstatistix and Deckchair Theatre)

Best Show - Drama
  • Hotel Sorrento (Christine Harris & HIT Productions)
  • Norway.Today (Bakehouse Theatre Company)
  • The Birthday Party (Flying Penguin Productions)
  • What I Heard About Iraq (Holden Street Directors’ Choice and Paul Lucas Productions)

Best Show - Comedy
  • Private Lives (The State Theatre Company of South Australia and Queensland Theatre Company)
  • The Debutante Diaries (Kate McLennan and the Garden)
  • Two Weeks With The Queen (Windmill Performing Arts in association with The State Theatre Company of South Australia)
  • Waiting for Godot (State Theatre Company of South Australia)

Best Male Performance
  • Adam Goodburn (Satyagraha)
  • Cam Goodall (Hamlet)
  • Kristian Schmid (Two Weeks With the Queen)
  • Nathan O’Keefe (Norway.Today)

Best Female Performance
  • Alexis Fishman (Dusty: The Original Pop Diva)
  • Jodie Gillies (Menopause The Musical)
  • Antje Guenther (Norway.Today)
  • Carmel Johnson (The Birthday Party)

Best Technical
  • Nic Mollison, Set & Lighting Design (Norway.Today)
  • Darling Patricia Company, Set Design (Politely Savage)
  • Geoff Cobham, Lighting (Satyagraha)
  • Victoria Lamb, Set Design (Waiting for Godot)


Best Show - Musical
  • Cabaret (Hills Musical Company)
  • The Last Five Years (Six Foot Something Productions)
  • Seussical (Tatachilla Lutheran College)
  • Carousel (The Multiple Sclerosis Society of South Australia & Northern Territory)

Best Show - Drama
  • Cry The Beloved Country (Independent Theatre Company)
  • Rebecca (Independent Theatre Company)
  • The Heiress (The Adelaide Repertory Theatre)
  • Torch Song Trilogy (Mixed Salad Productions)

Best Show - Comedy
  • Barefoot In The Park (The Adelaide Repertory Theatre)
  • I Hate Hamlet (The Adelaide Repertory Theatre)
  • The Odd Couple – Female Version (The Stirling Players)
  • The Real Inspector Hound (University of Adelaide Theatre Guild)

Best Male Performance
  • Chika Anyanou (Cry The Beloved Country)
  • Brady Lloyd (Footloose)
  • Andrew Crispe (Singin’ In The Rain)
  • Dave Simms (Torch Song Trilogy)

Best Female Performance
  • Alison Scharber (The Heiress)
  • Libby McGregor (Chess)
  • Lyn Wilson (Rebecca)
  • Trish Spence (Annie Get Your Gun)

Best Technical
  • Alisha Thompson, Terry Crowe & Rod Lewis, Live Sound (Big Big Space: The Zombies of Dr Krell)
  • David Lampard, Set Design (Cabaret)
  • Croalog, Set Design (Cry The Beloved Country)
  • Damon Hill & Gareth Wilkes, Set Design (Singin’ In The Rain)

Tickets are selling fast for the ATG Gala & "Curtain Call" Awards Dinner on 14 July 2007. Click here for booking details.