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The Theater Baton Rouge will announce the winners for the 2021-22 season at its annual Beaux Arts Ball on Saturday, July 30th.

Winners are:







Len Price won Best Supporting Actor for his role as Donkey in the musical Shrek.




Best Supporting Actor in a Musical: Len Price played Donkey in “Shrek the Musical.”







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Victoria Clement won Best Supporting Actress in a Musical for her performance as the soloist for “Breathe My Soul” in “Godspell.”




Best Supporting Actress in a Musical: Victoria Clement as ‘Bless My Soul’ soloist on ‘Godspell’;







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Brandon Taylor-Smith won Best Supporting Actor for his play as Jim, Gentleman Caller, in The Glass Menagerie.




Best Supporting Actor in a Theater Award: Brandon Taylor-Smith played Gentleman Caller Jim in The Glass Menagerie.







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Caitlin Stockwell won Best Supporting Actress in a Play for her portrayal of Mrs. Peacock in “Clues.”




Drama Supporting Actress Award: Caitlin Stockwell as Mrs Peacock in “Clue”.

Outstanding Newcomers: Dandrea Carter.

Outstanding behind-the-scenes volunteers: Daniel Hoi Hoi.

Outstanding front of house volunteers: Kent Laplace.

Outstanding Costume Volunteer: Malinda Fields.

Outstanding Young Actors: Jackson Dammers.

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Outstanding Young Actress: Molly Bush.

Most Valuable Crew: Michel Freno Chassein.







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Brandon Guillory won Best Actor in a Play for his role as Wadsworth in “Clue”.




Outstanding actor in a play: Brandon Guillory as Wadsworth in Clue.







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Peggy Sweeney Macdonald won Best Actress in a Play for her role as Amanda in The Glass Menagerie.




Outstanding actress in theater: Peggy Sweeney Macdonald as Amanda in The Glass Menagerie.

Jury Prize: Savannah Chiasson as Pinocchio in “Shrek the Musical” and Kenneth Mayfield as Mr. Body/Cop in “Crew.”







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Austin Ventura won Best Actor in a Musical for his role as Jesus in Godspell.




Best Actor in a Musical Award: Austin Ventura as Jesus in “Godspell.”







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Victoria Clement won Best Actress in a Musical for her role as Charity in Sweet Charity.




Best Actress in a Musical: Victoria Clement as Charity in “Sweet Charity.”







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Lance Parker receives the Presidential Award.




President’s Award: Lance Parker.

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