Congrats to PGC members for multiple nominations at the first ever Montreal English Theatre Awards (METAs)

David S. Craig and Robert Morgan’s Head à Tête produced by Geordie Productions gets four nominations: Outstanding Production, Outstanding Direction, Outstanding Male Actor, Outstanding Set Design, and Outstanding Sound Design.

The now deceased Greg Kramer gets seven nominations for his adaptation of Sherlock Holmes, produced by the Segal Centre: Outstanding Production, Outstanding Direction, Outstanding Supporting Male Actor, Outstanding Costume Design, Outstanding Lighting Design, Outstanding Sound Design, and Outstanding New Text. He also picked up a nomination for Outstanding Supporting Male Actor in Scapegoat Carnivale’s The Bacchae.

Black Theatre Workshop’s production of Djanet SearsHarlem Duet received three nominations, including Outstanding Female Actor, Outstanding Male Actor, and Outstanding Sound Design.

Alyson Grant’s Trench Patterns, produced by Infintheatre, received two nominations: Outstanding Female Actor and Outstanding New Text.

John Murrell’s translation of Carol Frechette’s Thinking of Yu, produced by Imago Theatre, received two nominations: Outstanding Supporting Female Actor and Outstanding Lighting Design.

Paula Wing’s adaptation of Robin Hood, presented by Geordie Productions, received three nominations: Outstanding Supporting Female Actor, Outstanding Supporting Male Actor, and Outstanding Costume Design.

The Centaur Theatre’s production of Beverley Cooper’s Innocence Lost: A Play About Steven Truscott received three nominations: Outstanding Supporting Female Actor, Outstanding Costume Design, and Outstanding Ensemble.

Paul Van Dyck’s adaptation of Aphra Behn’s Oroonoko gets eight nominations: Outstanding Production, Outstanding Direction, Outstanding Male Actor, two Outstanding Female Actor nominations, Outstanding Set Design, Outstanding Costume Design, and Outstanding Sound Design. He also picked up another nomination for Outstanding Supporting Make Actor in Scapegoat Carnivale’s The Bacchae).

Louis Patrick Leroux received four nominations for Title 66 Productions’ presentation of  Ludwig & Mae: Outstanding Direction, Outstanding Supporting Female Actor, Outstanding Set Design, and Outstanding Costume Design.

Marcus Youssef was nominated for Outstanding New Text for Geordie Productions' presentation of his play Jabber.

A complete list of nominations is available at: http://www.quebecdrama.org/