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Big Easy Awards 2011 - Theater 

Bryan Batt channeled Dean Martin as master of ceremonies of the Big Easy Awards.
Best Supporting Actor in a Musical Roland “Butch” Caire Jr. with Best Cabaret winner Lisa Picone.
Southern Rep artistic director Aimee Hayes with Le Chat Noir owner Barbara Motley.
Best Actress in a Drama Diana Shortes with Best Director of a Drama Glenn Meche, Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Liz Mills and Keith Launey, all from Frozen.
Bob Edes Jr. performed at the Big Easy Awards and won Best Actor in a Comedy for November.
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Gambit publisher Margo DuBos, Mystic Krewe of Satyricon and Gambit political editor Clancy DuBos.
Anthony Bean won Best Supporting Actor in a Drama for Ceremonies in Dark Old Men.
Best Actor in a Comedy Bob Edes Jr. with Best Actress in a Comedy Jessie Terrebonne and Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Brian Peterson.
Su Gonczy earned the inaugural Standing Ovation award.
Harrah’s New Orleans Sponsorship and Entertainment Manager Karol Brandt.
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The cast of The Threepenny Opera performed at the Big Easy Awards. Dennis Monn (back row, center) won Best Director of a Musical for The Threepenny Opera.
Dianna Duffy sang “Good Morning Baltimore” from Hairspray, which captured Best Musical.
Ashe Cultural Arts Center director Carol Bebelle, Lifetime Achievement in Theatre honoree John O’Neal, incoming Junebug Productions director Gamal Chasten and James Borders.
Blake Coheley won Best Choreography for Hairspray.
Beverly Trask and Liz Argus performed “Bosom Buddies” from Mame.
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Joe Seibert won Best Actor in a Drama for The Twilight of the Golds.
Tracey E. Collins won Best Supporting Actress in a Musical for Curtains.
Theatre 13’s Kelly Fouchi and Gary Rucker with Best Director of a Comedy Ricky Graham.
Writers and performers Rebecca Mwase (fourth from left) and Kathy Randels (center) with the ArtSpot Productions team from Go Ye Therefore …, which won Best Original Work of Theater.
Jefferson Performing Arts Society director Dennis Assaf dons the Chrysler Building gown from The Producers at the Big Easy Awards.
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Gambit publisher Margo DuBos toasts master of ceremonies Bryan Batt.
Joan Long, winner of Best Lighting Design 2010 for In the Next Room or The Vibrator Play.
Cecile Casey Covert won Best Costume Design 2010 for The Mystery of Irma Vep.
Phil Cramer and Kevin Eyer accepted the award for Jeff Becker for Best Set Design 2010 for Go Ye Therefore…
Blake Coheley won Best Choreography 2010 for Hairspray.
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Award Winning Costume Designer and Actress Veronica Russell presented awards.
Master of Ceremonies Bryan Batt with Hazelnut Co-Owner Tom Cianficci.
Director Shad Willingham accepted the Award for Best University Production 2010 for Tulane University’s Lend Me a Tenor.
Winner of Best Director of a Drama 2010 for Frozen, Glenn Meche.
Winner of Best Supporting Actress in a Drama 2010, Liz Mills, with winner of Best Director of a Drama 2010, Glenn Meche, both from Frozen.
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Liz Mills, winner of Best Supporting Actress in a Drama 2010, for her performance in Frozen.
Dianna Duffy (who performed as Tracy Turnblad from Hairspray) with Wig Technician Chris Arthur.
Master of Ceremonies, Bryan Batt.
Brian Peterson won for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy 2010 for Lovechild.
Jesse Terrebonne, winner of Best Actress in a Comedy 2010 for 39 Steps.
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Bob Edes, Jr., winner of Best Actor in a Comedy 2010 for November, with Brian Peterson winner of Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy 2010 for Lovechild.
Award Winning Performers Mandy Zirkenbach and Michael Aaron Santos presented awards.
Winner of Best Cabaret 2010 for Lisa Sings Lee, Lisa Picone.
Leslie Castay, winner of Best Actress in a Musical 2010 for Grey Gardens.
Dennis Assaf, of JPAS and Theatre Chairperson of the Year in the Chrysler Building Costume from The Producers.
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Diana Shortes, winner of Best Actress in a Drama 2010 for Frozen.
Award Winners Natalie Boyd and Richard Read presented awards.
Kerry Cahill won for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy 2010 for Zombietown.
Su Gonzcy, winner of the Standing Ovation 2010 award, with Le Chat Noir Owner, Barbara Motley
Best Friends Joel Havnen and Su Gonzcy. Su won the Standing Ovation 2010 award.
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Tom Cianficci, Su Gonczy, and Bryan Batt.
Harry Mayronne, who co-won (along with Walter McClements) Best Director of a Musical 2010 for The Threepenny Opera.
Gloria Powers, Executive Director of The Big Easy Awards, with Su Gonzcy, winner of the Standing Ovation 2010 award.
Gloria Powers, Harry Mayronne, Su Gonczy with Su’s longtime friend, Jelly Sandwich.
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Gambit publisher Margo DuBos, Mystic Krewe of Satyricon and Gambit political editor Clancy DuBos.
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