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Author: Jill Kimball

DENVER POST: Henry Award 2016 nominees announced by Colorado Theatre Guild

(Above: Benjamin Bonenfant in “Henry V.” Photo by Jennifer M Koskinen.)

The Colorado Theatre Guild on Monday announced the nominees for the 2016 Henry Awards, honoring outstanding achievements in the Colorado theater community in the last season. The 11th Annual Henry Awards will take place July 18 at the PACE Center in Parker.

This year the Colorado Theatre Guild has expanded the number of nominees to seven in each category. The number of eligible shows for 2015-16 totaled 219.

Outstanding Actor in a Play

  • Benjamin Bonenfant, “Henry V,” Colorado Shakespeare Festival
  • Tad Cooley, “Tribes,” DCPA Theatre Company
  • Jonathan Farwell, “The Outgoing Tide,” Bas Bleu Theatre Company
  • C. David Johnson, “All The Way,” DCPA Theatre Company
  • Andrew Pastides, “Tribes,” DCPA Theatre Company
  • Ben Schrager, “Dancing Lessons,” Lake Dillon Theatre Company
  • John Douglas Thompson, “Satchmo at the Waldorf,” TheatreWorks

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Play

  • Spencer Althoff, “Equus,” The Avenue Theater
  • Emory John Collinson, “Lonesome Hollow,” Springs Ensemble Theatre
  • Curran Connor, “Other Desert Cities,” Theatre Aspen
  • Steve Emily, “Lonesome Hollow,” Springs Ensemble Theatre
  • Rodney Lizcano, “Much Ado About Nothing,” Colorado Shakespeare Festival
  • Marc Stith, “Rabbit Hole,” Vintage Theatre Productions
  • Jack Wetherall, “Other Desert Cities,” Theatre Aspen

See the full list of nominees here.

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