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THE KIPPIES 2012 VOTING IS OPEN!!


Mary Laine posted 7 Nov 2012, 10:39 AM / edited 26 Nov 2012, 09:04 AM

2012 KIPPIES AWARD CATEGORIES ANNOUNCED! 

VOTING CLOSES This THURSDAY AT 12 NOON (29th of November)

The fun has just begun!

The Chapman Kip Theatre Awards is the perfect way to celebrate our year in Wellington Theatre.  Thanks to BATS Theatre, we'll all be well lubricated and ready for action on Friday 30th November.  Awards start at 10:30pm, but don't let that stop you from coming early to get the party going.  The Pit Bar awaits!

 There will be 20 awards given out on the night, plus the most coveted “lifetime achievement” award.  It's people's choice so get your votes in to have your say! 

 Just copy and paste the categories into this Theatreview forum and type in your nominations. 

Voting is also available on https://www.surveymonkey.co/s/kippies2012.

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Awards Categories:

The Theatreview Award for Best Ensemble Acting of the Year

The Award for Best Pash of the Year

The Award for Best Break-up of the Year

The Michael and Sharon Wray Award for Best Entrance of the Year

The BATS Theatre Award for Best Poster of the Year

The Award for Best Accent of the Year

The Playmarket Award for Best Line in a Kiwi Play

The Hair of the Dog Productions Award for the Best Simon Haren in a role written for Simon Haren, performed by Simon Haren…ahem…of the Year

The APRA Award for Best Singing in a Play

The Award for Best Dancing in a Play

The Award for Best Costume of the Year

The Award for Best Unscripted Moment of the Year

The Award for Best Review Quote of the Year

The Armstrong Creative Award for Best Stage Manager of the Year

The Award for Best Death of the Year

The Emerging Arts Trust Award for Best Newcomer of the Year

The Award for Biggest Fight of the Year

The Award for Best Special Effects in a Theatre Production

The Award for Best Prop

If you would like to sponsor an award or would like to discuss other sponsorship opportunities, please contact Mary Laine at mary@hairofthedogproductions.co.nz.

Uther Dean posted 9 Nov 2012, 04:44 AM

The Theatreview Award for Best Ensemble Acting of the Year
Ahi in The Mourning After - he acted that whole ensemble damn well.

The Play Press Award for Best Pash of the Year
Virginia Frankovich and a tapedeck in Confessions - she stuck her tongue in it, so that counts, right?

The Award for Best Break-up of the Year
The arrival of the ants in Honey.

The Michael and Sharon Wray Award for Best Entrance of the Year
Satan inThe Last Days of Judas Iscariot.

The BATS Theatre Award for Best Poster of the Year
Phoebe Morris' illustration forHolding On.

The Award for Best Accent of the Year
Jen Martin in Ivy: Savior of the Dinosaurs!

The Playmarket Award for Best Line in a Kiwi Play
 

The Hair of the Dog Productions Award for the Best Simon Haren in a role written for Simon Haren, performed by Simon Haren…ahem…of the Year

Paul Waggott as the Cat in Uncanny Valley.

The APRA Award for Best Singing in a Play
Miss Fletcher Sings the Blues, obvs.

The Award for Best Dancing in a Play
Thom in Moving Stationairy.

The Award for Best Unscripted Moment of the Year
The whole of Vance Fontaine: Command Performance.

The Award for Best Death of the Year
The bit in Around the World and Buck Again where a rat and her children was gleefully sentanced to death. In a children's show.

The Emerging Arts Trust Award for Best Newcomer of the Year
Simon Haren.

The Award for Biggest Fight of the Year
The joke-off inClybourne Park.

The Award for Best Special Effects in a Theatre Production
Fuck modesty, I nominate turning BATS into a snowglobe with just feathers and fans inA Play About Love.

Mary Laine posted 19 Nov 2012, 02:11 PM / edited 26 Nov 2012, 09:08 AM

Keep all of your votes coming, voting will close This THURSDAY AT 12 NOON (29th November)