Two-time winner Anne Gee Byrd, who won acting honors for both leading performance in All My Sons and featured performance in I Never Sang for My Father.
Prize recipients, nominees, critics, publicists, theater practitioners and
aficionadi all mingled in the foyer of A Noise Within’s glamorous theater in Pasadena following the 43rd Annual Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Awards event, which was held on Monday, March 19, 2012.
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Enjoy this photo essay of the convivial celebration and post-show party.
All photos were taken by
Winner of Specialty Award (fight choreography) Eric Anderson for Gospel According to First Squad.
LADCC President Bob Verini pictured with presenter (and past award recipient) Gregory Itzin.
John Perrin Flynn, Artistic Director of Rogue Machine.
Co-winner for Solo Performance Charlayne Woodard, for The Night Watcher, pictured with her husband Alan Harris.
Co-winner for Solo Performance Tom Dugan, for Nazi Hunter – Simon Wiesenthal.
Winners of Unique Theatrical Event Stuart Ross and Joan Stein (center and right, pictured with attendee at left) for Standing on Ceremony.
Members of the ensemble of Ebony Repertory Company’s A Raisin in the Sun. (From L to R) Kenya Alexander, Kevin T. Carroll, Deidrie Henry and Jason Dirden.
Odyssey cast and crew of Margo Veil. (From L to R) Jeremy Shranko, Jeremy Pivnick, Dorie Barton and Don Oscar Smith.
The Margaret Harford Award for sustained excellence in theater was awarded to the Odyssey Theatre. Artistic Director and Founder of the Odyssey Theatre Ensemble, Ron Sossi pictured here with companion.
Young attendees Wolfie Trausch (left) and Nicholas Podany, from the nominated play Hermetically Sealed.
LADCC members Mayank Keshaviah, Sharon Perlmutter (center) and new member Pauline Adamek.
Theater publicists (left to right) Ken Werther, David Elzer, Judith Bourne, Lucy Pollak, Phil Sokoloff and Jerry Charlson.
Co-winner for Solo Performance Tom Dugan (2nd from right) pictured with Katselas Theater Company director Gary Grossman (far left), nominee John Fleck and glamorous companion.
All photos were taken by Ed Krieger.
Presenter and Hirschhorn Award recipient, choreographer Lee Martino (left) with Todd Nielsen, nominee for Choreography for Robber Bridegroom.
Theatre Banshee members with Company Artistic Director Sean Branney (right).