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The 19th Elliot Norton Awards
Presented by Boston Theater Critics Association, the awards honored the season’s best work in Boston’s theaters (from April 1, 2000 to March 31, 2001).


Elliot Norton Prize for Sustained Excellence: Tina Packer, Artistic Director, Shakespeare & Company


Outstanding Production, Visiting Company
Death of a Salesman (Fox Associates & Wang Center Productions)


Outstanding Production by a Large Resident Company
Hedda Gabler (Huntington Theatre Company)


Outstanding Production by a Small Resident Company
Stonewall Jackson’s House (New Repertory Theatre)


Outstanding Production by a Local Fringe Company
Not About Nightingales (Boston Theatre Works)


Outstanding Solo Performance
Eve Ensler, Vagina Monologues (Jon B. Platt/Broadway in Boston)


Outstanding Musical Production
Honk! (North Shore Music Theatre)


Outstanding New Script
Adam Rapp, Nocturne (American Repertory Theatre)


Outstanding Director, Large Company
Amanda Dehnert, My Fair Lady and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Trinity Repertory Company)


Outstanding Director, Small Company
Carmel O’Reilly, This Lime Tree Bower (Súgán Theatre Company)

This award was given in memory of Skip Ascheim


Outstanding Design, Large Company
Production team: Csaba Antal, set; Edit Szucs, costumes; John Ambrosone, lighting; David Remedios, sound, Mother Courage (American Repertory Theatre)


Outstanding Design, Small Company
Laura McPherson, Not About Nightingales (Boston Theatre Works)


Outstanding Actress, Large Company
Elizabeth Franz, Death of a Salesman (Fox Associates & Wang Center Productions)


Outstanding Actress, Small Company
Bobbie Steinbach, Stonewall Jackson’s House (New Repertory Theatre), Sailing Down the Amazon(Women on Top), Over the River and Through the Woods (Lyric Stage Company)


Outstanding Actor, Large Company
Dallas Roberts, Nocturne (American Repertory Theatre)


Outstanding Actor, Small Company
Philip Patrone, Side Man and Inspecting Carol (Lyric Stage Company)


Special Citation
Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater, for establishing serious theater on Cape Cod

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