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Kitchen Dog Theater presents Pompeii
Cameron Cobb, Michael Federico, and Max Hartman's Pompeii!! at Kitchen Dog Theater won big. Photo by Matt Mrozek
WaterTower Theatre presents Elliot, a Soldier's Fugue
Chris Ramirez won three acting awards, including his star turn in Elliot, A Soldier's Fugue at WaterTower Theatre. Photo by Jason Anderson
Imprint Theatreworks presents The Revolutionists
Jessie Wallace's costumes for The Revolutionists snagged an award for Imprint Theatreworks. Photo by Jessie Wallace
Ruined at Echo Theatre
Ruined won a directing award for Pam Myers-Morgan. Photo courtesy of Echo Theatre
Revolt. She said. Revolt again. at Second Thought Theatre
Revolt. She said. Revolt Again. at Second Thought Theatre won for outstanding ensemble and direction by Christie Vela. Photo by Karen Almond
The Great Distance Home at WaterTower Theatre
The Great Distance Home at WaterTower Theatre was movement-based and devised by its cast and director, Kelsey Leigh Ervi. Photo by Evan Michael Woods
Kim Fischer in Dallas Theater Center's Frankenstein
SMU grad student Amelia Baransky had her set designs recognized for Frankenstein at Dallas Theater Center and Empathitrax at Second Thought Theatre. Photo by Karen Almond
Kitchen Dog Theater presents The Royale
Jamal Gibran Sterling, the ensemble, and director of The Royale at Kitchen Dog Theater won awards. Photo by Matt Mrozek
Hair at Dallas Theater Center
Kevin Moriarty's immersive Hair at Dallas Theater Center won several awards. Photo by Karen Almond
Stormi Demerson and M. Denise Lee in Bread at WaterTower Theatre
Stormi Demerson and Denise Lee each won acting awards for the world premiere of Bread at WaterTower Theatre. Photo by Evan Michael Woods
Parker Gray & Shannon McGrann in Hand To God at WaterTower Theatre
Parker Gray and Shannon McGrann each won acting awards for Hand to God at WaterTower Theatre. Photo by Jason Anderson
Kate Shindle and Robert Petkoff in Fun Home national tour
The national tour of Fun Home won AT&T Perfoming Arts Center an award. Photo by Joan Marcus