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Big Easy Awards 2018 

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2012 Lifetime Achievement Award winner Carol Sutton took home the Best Supporting Actress in a Play award for Camino Real.
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Southern Rep Artistic Director Aimee Hayes presented this year's Lifetime Achievement Award to David Raphel.
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NOLA Project's The Spider Queen won Best Original Work and Best Costume Design. (l-r) James Bartelle (writer), Hope Bennett (costumes), Alex Martinez Wallace (writer), Jon Greene (director) and Kenneth Thompson (puppets)
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Best Blues winner Little Freddie King (center) with his band and fellow nominee Samantha Fish, who performed with them at the ceremony.
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Best Rap/Bounce winner Delish Da Goddess (left) with Big Freedia, who presented her with the award.
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Best Supporting Actor in a Play Kyle Daigrepont and Best Actress in a Musical Troi Bechet.
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The cast of Best Play winner Hand to God, which also won its director, Michael McKelvey, the Best Director of a Play award.
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Leslie Castay presented the Special Recognition Award to Mark Cortale for his work bringing Broadway stars to New Orleans with the series "Broadway @ NOCCA."
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John Georges, owner of The Advocate and Gambit, and singer Anais St. John presented Monk Boudreaux (center) with the Best Male Performer Award.
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The cast of the National World War II Museum's production of Ain't Misbehavin' won the Best Ensemble Award.
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2012 Lifetime Achievement Award winner Carol Sutton took home the Best Supporting Actress in a Play award for Camino Real.

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