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LA Weekly
LA Weekly
Theater Award
Award
was an annual critics' award system established in 1979, organized by the LA Weekly
LA Weekly
for outstanding achievements in small theatre productions in Southern California.[1] Nominees were typically announced in January for Equity 99-seat productions from the previous year, with awards handed out in March or April. The 35th annual awards ceremony was held in April 2014.[2] In December 2014, the LA Weekly
LA Weekly
announced that it was discontinuing the awards, citing the publication's desire to focus on events that would promote its profitability.[3]

Contents

1 Categories

1.1 Production 1.2 Performance 1.3 Direction/Choreography/Design 1.4 Writing/Composition 1.5 Special
Special
Achievement

2 References 3 External links

Categories[edit] Production[edit]

Production of the Year Revival Production of the Year (of a 20th- or 21st-century work) Musical of the Year

Performance[edit]

Ensemble Musical Ensemble Comedy Ensemble Leading Female Performance Leading Male Performance Supporting Female Performance Supporting Male Performance Two-Person Performance Solo Performance Female Comedy Performance Male Comedy Performance Musical Performance One-Act Performance

Direction/Choreography/Design[edit]

Direction Direction of a Musical Comedy Direction One-Act Direction Choreography Production Design Lighting Design Costume Design Set Design Sound Design Mask Design Puppet Design

Writing/Composition[edit]

Play Writing Adaptation Original Music

Special
Special
Achievement[edit]

Career Achievement Queen of the Angels

References[edit]

^ Awards listing at TCG online ^ "L.A. Weekly's 35th Annual Theater Awards", LA Weekly, April 8, 2014. ^ " LA Weekly
LA Weekly
Theater Awards (1980 - 2014): R.I.P.", Stage Raw, December 6, 2014.

External links[edit]

30th LA Weekly
LA Weekly
Theater Award
Award
Nominees on LA Weekly
LA Weekly
site

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