The 2020 St. Louis Theater Circle Awards recognized six Kranzberg Arts Foundation resident organizations this week. Outstanding work in professional St. Louis theater is acknowledged during this ceremony, which was presented virtually this year by HEC-TV.
Well-deserved recognition also goes to Nancy and Ken Kranzberg for receiving a special award for invaluable support in the arts. The St. Louis arts is a thriving community because of their longtime contributions.
Many congratulations to the Kranzbergs and the winning resident organizations, listed below.
Max & Louie Productions
Outstanding Lighting Design in a Play
Patrick Huber, Indecent
Outstanding Sound Design
Phillip Evans, Indecent
Outstanding Ensemble in a Drama
Outstanding Director of a Drama
Joanne Gordon, Indecent
Outstanding Production of a Drama
New Line Theatre
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Musical
Tiélere Cheatem, La Cage aux Folles
Outstanding Costume Design in a Musical
Sarah Porter, La Cage aux Folles
Shakespeare Festival St. Louis
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy
Patrick Blindauer, Love’s Labors Lost
Shakespeare Festival St. Louis & The Big Muddy Dance Company
Dexandro Montalvo, Such Sweet Thunder, Shakespeare Festival St. Louis, The Big Muddy Dance Company, Jazz St. Louis, and The Nine Network of Public Media
Outstanding Production of a Musical
Such Sweet Thunder, Shakespeare Festival St. Louis, The Big Muddy Dance Company, Jazz St. Louis, and The Nine Network of Public Media
Tennessee Williams Festival St. Louis
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy
Kelley Weber, A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur
Outstanding Actress in a Comedy
(Tie with Katie Kleiger, Pride and Prejudice, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis)
Maggie Wininger, A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur
Outstanding Ensemble in a Comedy
A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur
Outstanding Director of a Comedy
Kari Ely, A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur
Outstanding Actress in a Drama
Donna Weinsting, Salt, Root, and Roe
See the full list of winners here.
Image features “Indecent” by Max & Louie Productions, captured by Don Donovan.