Winners announced for 2010 Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle
Each year, theater critics from around Los Angeles meet to honor the best in stage productions in Los Angeles and Orange counties. This year's winners of the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Awards included theater productions large and small and featured some prominent Hollywood film actors.
Among the big winners were "Four Places" by Rogue Machine Theatre, "King Lear" by the Antaeus Company, "Yellow" at the Coast Playhouse and "The Ballad of Emmett Till" by the Fountain Theatre. "South Pacific" at the Ahmanson Theatre also scored big, as did "In the Heights" at the Pantages.
Acting awards included nods to Chris Pine for "The Lieutenant of Inishmore" at the Mark Taper Forum, Ed Harris in "Wrecks" at the Geffen Playhouse, Gregory Itzin for "King Lear" and Leslie Uggams in "Uptown Downtown" at the Pasadena Playhouse.
For a list of winners, check out the full story at Culture Monster.
-- David Ng
Photo: Lin-Manuel Miranda in "In the Heights." Credit: Joan Marcus