Company has won two awards at the 2018 Evening Standard Theatre Awards at Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
Last night (Sunday 18th November) at the 64th annual Evening Standard Theatre Awards, stars of stage and screen filled the red carpet at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane. Ralph Fiennes and Sophie Okonedo won Best Actor and Actress for their performances in Antony and Cleopatra at the National Theatre.
In musical theatre news, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton won Best Musical in a short list of productions that included Everybody’s Talking About Jamie; Fun Home; Company; and Caroline, or Change. Sir Cameron Mackintosh won the Lebedev Award for his contribution to Musical Theatre.
The Stephen Sondheim classic Company took home two awards with Marianne Elliott winning best director and Rosalie Craig, who plays the lead role of Bobbi in the musical, winning the Best Musical Performance Award.
Wow. Oh wow. Soooooo thrilled. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/DslRyTNir7
— Rosalie craig (@Rosiemae) November 19, 2018
64th Annual Evening Standard Theatre Awards 2018: The Winners
Best Actor – Ralph Fiennes Antony and Cleopatra (National Theatre)
Best Actress – Sophie Okonedo Antony and Cleopatra (National Theatre)
Best Play – The Inheritance by Matthew Lopez (Young Vic & Noël Coward Theatre)
Best Director – Marianne Elliott Company (Gielgud Theatre)
Best Musical – Hamilton (Victoria Palace Theatre)
Best Musical Performance – Rosalie Craig Company (Gielgud Theatre)
Best Design – Miriam Buether The Jungle (Young Vic & Playhouse Theatre)
Most Promising Playwright – Natasha Gordon Nine Night (National Theatre)
Emerging Talent Award – Jamael Westman Hamilton (Victoria Palace Theatre)
Lebedev Award – Sir Cameron Mackintosh For his contribution to Musical Theatre.
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