Sonia Friedman and Danielle Tarento nominated for The Stage Awards 2015
Sonia Friedman and Danielle Tarento will battle it out for producer of the year at The Stage Awards 2015, which also sees the Liverpool Everyman, London’s Young Vic and Leicester’s Curve pick up nominations.
Friedman – producer of King Charles III and Shakespeare in Love – and Tarento, who produced Dogfight in 2014 – have been nominated opposite Playful Productions in the producer section. Playful co-produced Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies last year.
Leicester’s Curve has been nominated in the regional theatre of the year category, against the Nuffield in Southampton and the Ustinov Studio in Bath.
Meanwhile, the Liverpool Everyman is up for theatre building of the year, opposite Paines Plough’s Roundabout Theatre and the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse in London.
In the fringe theatre of the year section London’s Park Theatre and Southwark Playhouse are up against Edinburgh venue Summerhall.
The Stage Awards honour the best of British and international theatre and will be presented on January 31.
The nominations in full:
London theatre of the year, sponsored by Haagen-Dazs
Young Vic Theatre
Fringe theatre of the year, sponsored by Encore Insure
Park Theatre, London
Southwark Playhouse, London
Regional theatre of the year, sponsored by Audience Systems
Ustinov Studio, Bath Theatre Royal
Theatre building of the year, sponsored by Richard Pilbrow
Roundabout Theatre, Paines Plough
Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Shakespeare’s Globe
Producer of the year, sponsored by Ticketmaster
School of the year, sponsored by Nick Hern Books
National Centre for Circus Arts
Young Everyman Playhouse, Liverpool
International, sponsored by Nyman Libson Paul
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